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WINTER/SPRING 2019

Registration begins Dec. 1 Session runs Jan.- May, 2019


SPECIAL EVENTS

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Join us for this egg-cellent spring event! Owners will have great fun as dogs enjoy sniffing out

TMC AQUATIC TREASURE HUNT

doggie-treat filled Easter Eggs at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. Will your dog find one of the Golden Eggs and win a special prize? Dogs must be on non-retractable leashes (six-foot max) and under their owner's control at all times. Dogs must have current tags. You may sign up two dogs per person. Owners must be 16 years old or older. No more than two dogs per person will be allowed. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR THE EVENT COST: $9

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MAY 18, 2019 |  9:30 AM - 12:15 PM Not all treasure is buried! Join us for an outdoor aquatic treasure hunt with toys for all age groups in pool depths ranging from one to 3.5 feet deep. Each participant will receive a mesh bag for collecting treasure. Families with participants in multiple age groups should register for the oldest child's age group and toys for younger siblings will be available in appropriate depth areas. A responsible adult in a swim suit is required to directly supervise all children less than 7 years old within arm's reach in the water.

Pre-registration is required. Cost: $5

Hop on over to the swimming pool for a one-of-a-kind hunt. The Easter Bunny and PAR-D Duck

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will be laying eggs in the water for your child to collect. Participants should be comfortable

unassisted in the water. Ages 3-6 will hunt in the shallow areas of the pool, while ages 7-10 will hunt in the deep sections. Following the hunt, participants may stay and swim during the public hours of 1- 6 pm (non-participants and parents will need to pay the daily admission fee for public swim).


WELCOME TABLE OF CONTENTS

Director’s Welcome

Adapted Recreation................................................................... 4 Adults 50+.................................................................................. 8 Aerobats.........................................................................61 Aerobics.................................................................................... 71 Aquatics.................................................................................... 18 Athletics/Adult Sports................................................................ 37 Facility Directory (hours, locations, telephone)........................ 90 . Financial Assistance................................................................. 89 General Information ..................................................................86 Golf........................................................................................... 39 How to Register........................................................................ 88 Memberships............................................................................ 91 Outdoor Adventures................................................................ 40 Pool Rental.............................................................................. 19 Recreation Center Programs Preschool........................................................................ 43 Youth............................................................................... 51 Adult................................................................................ 62 Refunds & Transfers................................................................. 89 Senior Services......................................................................... 8 Summer Camps....................................................................... 76 Swimming Lessons................................................................. 23 Tennis...................................................................................... 80 Volunteering..........................................................................87

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.

As we reflect on our department’s 50th anniversary in 2018, I would like to first thank all the residents, businesses and organizations who helped us make it a memorable year for all. From the open house events at our recreation facilities to our scavenger hunts, #FlashbackFridays and more, I hope you took the opportunity to learn more about what Plano Parks and Recreation is all about. Not to mention how wonderful it has been to see so many people proudly wearing their commemorative Plano Parks 50th Anniversary T-shirts around town! Fifty years of fun could not have been possible without successful leadership and the strong support of our residents. On average, our recreation programs receive about 2 million visits every year. That number includes members who visit our recreation centers on a regular basis as well as those who periodically take part in the many wellness classes that take place there. This number also includes rounds of golf, tennis play, gymnastics meets, Adapted Recreation programs and more. So many people in Plano have found more than one way to stay healthy and have fun with our help. We are both proud to serve and thankful for the opportunity to make a positive impact on your health and well-being. You can stay up-to-date on many other parks and recreation activities as well as ongoing projects and special events in a variety of ways. Visit planoparks.org for project updates, informative stories, general information on our parks, trails and recreation facilities, and much more. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook. From everyone at Plano Parks and Recreation, we wish you and your loved ones a fun and safe holiday season! Robin Reeves Director, Plano Parks and Recreation JANUARY 1 New Year’s Day - Pecan Hollow Golf Course open, all other facilities closed 7 Winter/Spring programs begin 12 Daddy’s Little Sweetheart Dance at Plano Center, p. 2 21 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - Plano Senior Recreation Center, Interurban Railway Museum and Administrative Offices closed MARCH 11-15 PISD Spring Break APRIL 13 Easter Egg Hound Hunt at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, p. 2 13 Summer catalogs available 20 Aquatic Easter Egg Hunt at Plano Aquatic Center, p. 2 21 Easter - Pecan Hollow Golf Course open, all other facilities closed MAY 4 Summer registration begins 18 TMC Aquatic Treasure Hunt, p. 2

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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 and Fine Arts

Lunch with Friends (18 Yrs & Up)

Come out and express your creative side as you enjoy time with old and new friends. Bring a sack lunch and a drink, and be ready to have some fun. You will learn all about fine arts, make a variety of art projects, and participate in social activities. 16512 16514 16517 16518

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Noon-2pm Noon-2pm Noon-2pm Noon-2pm

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$80 $64 $80 $80

Dance

Dance Club (15 Yrs & Up) How to Read the Activity/Course Information

Tuck Everlasting (16 Yrs & Up)-NEW

If you like the arts and theatre come out and join us in seeing the play Tuck Everlasting. Also, you will not only see a movie, but you will go out for ice cream with your peers, and socialize and talk about the performance. The drop off and pick-up will be at Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. 13953 NRC Sa Noon-4pm

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The title of the course is TUCK EVERLASTING. The Course Code is 13953, and it meets at OAK POINT PARK NATURE & RETREAT CENTER on SATURDAY from Noon-4pm, begins MARCH 23, meets 1 time, the instructor is LOWERY, and the fee for this course is $15. CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LRC= Liberty Recreation Center NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center PSRC = Plano Senior Recreation Center OFF = Offsite Facility

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Come join us for a fun night of dancing along with other fun activities each month. 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 are provided. Parents are asked to pick up participants rather than arrange for public transportation. 14864 14866 14893 14895

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$20 $20 $20 $20

Holiday Party Extravaganza (15 Yrs & Up)

If dressing up is something you like to do, then put on your fancy dress/tux, and come out to a fun, fantastic holiday party extravaganza, and enjoy dancing and dinner with your peers. We are asking each participant to bring an unwrapped, NEW toy that will be donated to the Plano Cops toy drive to be distributed to needy families. Parents and care providers may also register for the dinner if they prefer to stay and eat. Drop-off and pick-up will be at the Crystal Banquet, 6300 Independence Pkwy, Suite B, Plano, Texas 75023 on the northeast corner of Spring Creek and Independence in Village Creek Plaza. The phone number of the venue is 972-941-6880. Parents, please arrange to pick up participants yourselves. 12353 OFF

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ADAPTED RECREATION

Continuing Education Class (22 Yrs & Up)

Keep your academic skills sharp by enrolling in this post graduate class. You will work on math, spelling, reading, and writing skills that will enhance your daily interactions on the job as well as in the community. 16519 16520 16522 16523

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M M M M

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

1/7 2/11 3/18 4/22

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$80 $64 $80 $80

Continuing Ed/Lunch w/Friends Combo (22 Yrs & Up)

This special offer is for those families that wish to sign up for both the Continuing Education Class and Lunch with Friends. Sign up for the combo class and save $21. 16508 16509 16510 16511

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M M M M

10am-2pm 10am-2pm 10am-2pm 10am-2pm

1/7 2/11 3/18 4/22

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Scott Scott Scott Scott

$140 $112 $140 $140

Life Skills (11-17 Yrs)

Help your child become more independent and prepare them for life on their own by registering for this great class! Participants learn important life skills, such as 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. 16732 16733 16734 16735

Day Camp

OAK OAK OAK OAK

Spring Break Camp (15-20 Yrs)

Spring Break is a time for having fun, relaxing and hanging out with friends. This camp will provide all of the above by providing activities such as social skills, advanced arts and crafts projects, and field trips. Come join us for a week of fun! Campers must be able to follow directions and adhere to all rules. This camp is for individuals with special needs. 16533 OAK

M-F 9am-3pm

3/11

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$125

Educational Corner

Tu Tu Tu Tu

11am-3pm 11am-3pm 11am-3pm 11am-3pm

1/8 2/12 3/19 4/23

5 4 5 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff

1/26 2/23 3/30 4/27

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$55 $55 $55 $28

Fun & Fitness (9-30 Yrs)

Worried about your child staying fit? Then you will want to sign up for this fitness class taught by certified instructors at Crull Fitness, who will work on mobility, strength and flexibility. Sign up for all three months and save $35. Drop off and pick up is at Crull Fitness, 2701 Custer Road, Ste. 801, Richardson. Th 6:30pm-7:30pm Th 6:30pm-7:30pm

1/3 3/28

12 Miller 12 Miller

$172 $172

Fun Bunch Bowlers (14 Yrs & Up)

This program helps adults with disabilities improve their social and vocational skills, develops an awareness of personal wellness, and prepares participants for involvement in the community, as they travel to a variety of local establishments. OAK OAK OAK OAK

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

Fitness

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AIM-Adventures in the Making (18 Yrs & Up) 16525 16526 16528 16532

Sa Sa Sa Sa

$155 $124 $155 $155

Adaptive bowling for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities gives participants the opportunity to strengthen their fine motor skills while having fun interacting with their peers. Bowlers meet at Allen Bowl, 1011 S. Greenville Ave, Allen, on alternate Saturdays. Registration fee covers bowling and shoe rental. 12617 OFF 16539 OFF

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$44 $77

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Me Growing Up Gymnastics (3-5 Yrs)

In this beginning gymnastics class for children with special needs, they will learn very basic skills on the vault, bars, beam, floor and trampoline. 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 which they are most comfortable. 15743 15734 15736 15738 15741

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2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm

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Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Social Skills Gymnastics (8 Yrs & Up)

What a great way to improve social skills for individuals with special needs by participating in a challenging, yet fun, adapted gymnastics class with your peers! Improving the ability to appropriately socialize with your peers will be the emphasis of this class, as students are introduced to beginning skills on the gymnastics equipment. 15861 15862 15863 15864 15865

CAR CAR CAR CAR CAR

Su Su Su Su Su

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

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Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Teens Night Out (12-15 Yrs)

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 storytime, playing games and arts and crafts. Snacks will be provided. Participants must be independent for self-care and capable of following directions.

Kid’s Activities

Kids Night Out (1-11 Yrs)

This monthly respite program gives children with special needs and their siblings an opportunity to socialize with their peers, thereby 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 will be provided. Volunteers will be on hand to buddy up with participants. Registration fee is $20 per family or $40 per family with four or more children. Register only the participant. To register siblings please contact Dianne Dillon at 972-941-7272, or dianned@plano.gov. 12386 14784 14786 14815 14816 14820

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5:45pm-8:45pm 5:45pm-8:45pm 5:45pm-8:45pm 5:45pm-8:45pm 5:45pm-8:45pm 5:45pm-8:45pm

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$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20

Little Ones Gymnastics (5-7 Yrs)

Students with special needs will feel a real sense of accomplishment and independence as they learn how to roll, hang, swing, and go upside down all by themselves. Students will be taught basic skills on vault, bars, beam, floor and trampoline. 15856 15857 15858 15859 15860

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$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20

I recently moved to Plano and joined the Rec Center, which has been great. I was so impressed by the adapted recreation programs that you have available. I don’t see anything like this is neighboring cities. - Christina G.

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65

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ADAPTED RECREATION

Dinner at Chuy's (16 Yrs & Up)

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. 13014 15612 15615 15617 15620 15622

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

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$67 $89 $89 $89 $89 $89

Trips

Allen American Hockey Game (16 Yrs & Up)

If you love hockey then this is the outing for you. We have rink side tickets to see the Allen American Hockey team play at the Allen Event Center. This is a can’t miss outing. Please have dinner before coming. Drop off and pick up will be at Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Registration fee includes the cost of transportation and admission. Bring money if you wish to purchase any snacks or other items. The retreat center will be closed upon return, so parents, please pick up participants on time. 13949 NRC Sa 6pm-10:30pm

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$40

Dine at Blue Goose (16 Yrs & Up)

Having dinner at a fun and exciting restaurant will set the mood for enjoyment and relaxation. Blue Goose is located at 4757 W Park Blvd. #101, Plano. Please bring money to cover the cost of a meal, drink and tip. Drop off and pick up will be at Blue Goose. Parents, please arrange to pick up your participant yourselves. 13938 OFF

Tu 6pm-8pm

1/15

1 Lowery

$13

Dine at TGI Friday's (16 Yrs & Up)

Tu 6pm-8pm

2/19

1 Lowery

$13

Dinner at Campisi's (16 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Having dinner at a fun and exciting restaurant will set the mood for enjoyment and relaxation. Campisi's is located at 4709 W Parker Road #400, Plano. Please bring money to cover the cost of a meal, drink and tip. Drop off and pick up will be at Campisi's. Parents, please arrange to pick up your participant yourselves. 13954 OFF

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Tu 6pm-8pm

1 Lowery

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1 Lowery

$13

Frisco Rough Riders Game (16 Yrs & Up)

Root, root, root for the home team. Have fun watching the RoughRiders play at the stadium in Frisco. Drop off and pick up will be Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios. Registration fee includes transportation, all you can eat buffet and a RoughRiders souvenir. The retreat center will be closed upon return, so parents, please pick up on time. 13947 NRC Sa 5:30pm-10pm

5/18

1 Lowery

$40

Movie Night & Pizza (16 Yrs & Up)

Enjoy two of your favorite activities in one evening: eating pizza and watching a movie. Increase your leisure satisfaction and social life by sharing this evening with friends. Registration fee includes the cost of admission into the movie. Bring enough money to cover the cost of pizza and a drink at CiCi's. Drop off and pick up is at Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. The time of the outing may change due to the movie time. 13933 NRC Sa 5pm-9:30pm

1/19

1 Lowery

$15

TX Revolution Indoor Football Game (16 Yrs & Up)

Enjoy an evening watching an indoor football game at the Allen Event Center. Registration fee includes transportation and arena admission tickets. Drop off and pick up will be at Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Parents, please arrange to pick up participants on time as the center will be closed. Participants can bring extra money to purchase food or souvenirs. 13944 NRC Sa 5:30pm-10pm

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1 Lowery

$35

Ella Enchanted (16 Yrs & Up)-NEW

If you like the arts and theatre come out and join us in seeing the play Ella Enchanted. Also, you will not only see a movie, but you will go out for ice cream with your peers, and socialize and talk about the performance. The drop off and pick-up will be at Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Bring money for ice cream after the play. 13952 NRC Sa Noon-4pm

Having dinner at a fun and exciting restaurant will set the mood for enjoyment and relaxation. TGI Friday's is located at 2444 Preston Rd, Plano. Please bring money to cover the cost of a meal, drink and tip. Drop off and pick up will be at TGI Friday's. Parents, please arrange to pick up your participant yourselves. 13951 OFF

Mexican food that will make your mouth water. Come to Chuy's and enjoy great food, fun and friends. Drop off and pick up will be at Chuy's, 3408 N. Central Expressway, Plano. Bring enough money to cover the cost of dinner, a drink and tip.

2/16

1 Lowery

$15

Tuck Everlasting (16 Yrs & Up)-NEW

If you like the arts and theatre come out and join us in seeing the play Tuck Everlasting. Also, you will not only see a movie, but you will go out for ice cream with your peers, and socialize and talk about the performance. The drop off and pick-up will be at Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Bring money for ice cream after the play. 13953 NRC Sa Noon-4pm

3/23

1 Lowery

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$13

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ADULTS 50 + Plano Senior Recreation Center Programming for Adults 50+ is offered at all Plano recreation centers including the Plano Senior Recreation Center located at 401 W. 16th Street. In addition to the courses, activities and trips listed in this section, the Senior Recreation Center, accredited by the National Institute of Senior Centers, offers the following: Tuesday Night Dances Every Tuesday evening, 7pm - 9:15pm First & third Tuesdays are country - second & fourth are ballroom. Dress is evening casual or C&W attire and the 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. Dress is casual and the cost is free. Come to dance or just sit and listen. Trendsetter Newsletter 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 website at planoparks.org. Wellness Center for Older Adults The Wellness Center for Older Adults of Collin County, a charitable 501(c)(3) agency, 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 972-953-7669 or visit wellnesscenteronline.org.

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Plano Senior Recreation Center Renovation The expansion and renovation of the Plano Senior Recreation Center is almost complete, with the opening scheduled for January 2019. Additions and renovations to the Plano Senior Recreation Center include: • A new fitness/weight room • New fitness class space • Additional dining space and an expanded kitchen • Additional classroom space for seminars, etc. • New and updated restrooms • Additional parking • Expanded Wellness Center Stay up to date with the Center’s progress by visiting our website at planoseniorcenter.org. We look forward to seeing you soon at the newly renovated and expanded Senior Recreation Center!

Registration

Registration begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, December 1. See How To Register on p. 88 for details. A discount of 10 percent on most classes is offered for all registrants 60 and older; trips and shows/events are excluded.

How to Read the Activity/Course Information

Chronic Pain Self-Management-NEW

This six-week long workshop will help participants deal with ongoing issues associated with chronic pain. Participants will learn strategies to deal with frustration, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep as well as exercises for maintaining and improving strength, flexibility and endurance. They will also learn about the importance of good nutrition in pain management. 14676 PSRC

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5/3

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Wolfe

$5

The title of the course is CHRONIC PAIN SELF-MANAGEMENT. The Course Code is 14676, and it meets at PLANO SENIOR RECREATION CENTER on FRIDAYS from 9:30am-NOON, begins MAY 3, meets 6 times, the instructor is WOLFE, and the fee for this course is $5. PSRC = Plano Senior Recreation Center CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center NRC = Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

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ADULTS 50 + Business

Crafts and Fine Arts

Estate Planning 101

This seminar will answer some common questions about estate planning. You will be educated on just how many of your assets can be lost to taxes and other fees associated with settling an estate. Having a proper plan in place is critical to your financial well-being. 14692 PSRC Th 10am-11:30am

3/14

1 Williamson

$5

Financial Planning for Long-Term Care

This class will include a presentation on costs, payment options, the latest Medicare and Medicaid guidelines, and how to plan in advance so that caring for a family member doesn’t severely impact the lifestyle of the family. 14781 PSRC Tu 6:30pm-7:30pm

4/23

1 Tvedten

$5

Investing 101-NEW

Investing is a tool for building wealth, but it is not only for the wealthy. The goal of investing is to put your money to work in one or more types of investment vehicles with the hopes of growing your money over time. This class will educate you on the types of investments available and how you can get started. 14678 PSRC Tu 6pm-7:30pm

4/16

1 Williamson

$5

Making Sense Out of Social Security

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. 14677 PSRC Tu 6:30pm-8pm

3/19

1 Tvedten

$5

Retirement Planning

This seminar is for those still working who want to learn how not to outlive your money. Learn how taxes and inflation impact retirement, how to stretch your IRA and how to plan for long-term care. 14785 PSRC Tu 6:30pm-7:30pm

5/28

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. 14620 PSRC Tu 7pm-8pm 14783 PSRC Tu 7pm-8pm

2/26 5/21

1 Botts 1 Botts

$5 $5

Dot Mandala

Mandala in Sanskrit means circle. Dot painting originates from the Aborigines in Australia. This technique of placing dots repeatedly, moving outward, is used to create the mandala. We will combine these two distinct art forms to construct the mandala on a 6x6 canvas board, which can be framed. The finished art piece looks complicated, but you will find how extremely easy it is. Canvas board and paints supplied. Instructor will have various sized dotting tools for you to use as well. 16499 PSRC Tu 9am-Noon

4/30

1 Cooper

$35

Intro to Gelli Arts Printing Plate

Discover how easy it is to make beautiful one-of-a-kind painted papers with the Gelli arts plate and acrylic paints. Each one is an artwork by itself and can be used for collage, greeting cards, art journals, backgrounds or to wrap small gifts giving the recipient two gifts in one. You may even want to frame them. You will make the painted papers in the first class; create greeting cards using your painted papers in the second; and in the third class, you’ll create a collage with the remaining paper and scraps. Learn the many different ways to make marks on the Gelli arts printing plate to create layers and textures using stencils, masks, handmade stamps, bottle caps, straws and other common items. Items provided for your use include: gloves, deli paper, paint, standard copy paper, stencils, stamps, masks, scissors, a brayer and Gelli arts plate. 16446 PSRC Tu 9am-Noon

3/12

3 Cooper

$75

Jewelry Making

You will learn some basic jewelry techniques while creating simple earrings and bracelets. You will receive the materials you need to make two pairs of earrings, a stretchy beaded bracelet and a memory-wire bracelet. 16456 PSRC Tu 9am-Noon

5/7

1 Cooper

$35

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. 16057 16062 16064 16066 16070

OAK OAK PSRC PSRC PSRC

W W W W W

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

1/9 2/6 3/6 4/3 5/1

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Bower Bower Bower Bower Bower

$95 $95 $95 $95 $95

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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. 16222 16224 16227 16229 16231

OAK OAK PSRC PSRC PSRC

M M M M M

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

1/7 2/4 3/4 4/1 5/6

4 4 4 4 4

Bower Bower Bower Bower Bower

$95 $95 $95 $95 $95

Paper Bead Making

If you’ve never made paper jewelry, you’re in for a treat! You will learn how to make paper beads of many different sizes and shapes. It’s a process you will find easy and thoroughly enjoyable! And it’s a great way to recycle junk mail, newspapers, or magazines. Paper beads are inexpensive, attractive, and can be used in a multitude of projects. The instructor will have toothpicks for rolling, Styrofoam blocks for drying, rulers, string, white and colored paper, newspaper, magazines, pens and markers, glue, and scissors for cutting the paper. If you have another cutting tool you would prefer (such as a rotary cutter or a slide cutter), feel free to bring it along. You will make your beads on the first day and use your beads to create jewelry on the second. You will craft bracelets and earrings or could make a necklace instead. 16455 PSRC Tu 9am-Noon

4/9

2 Cooper

$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. 15780 15782 15783 15784

OAK PSRC PSRC PSRC

W W W W

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

2/6 3/6 4/3 5/1

4 4 4 4

Mahon Mahon Mahon Mahon

$75 $75 $75 $75

You Can Paint

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 January, you’ll paint ‘Colorado Blue Spruce in the Snow.’ In February, ‘Blue Heron in the Moonlight.’ In March, ‘Blue Dome of Santorini.’ In April, ‘Bluebonnets by the Old Barn.’ In May, ‘Sundown on Baffin Bay.’ 16291 16350 16351 16352 16353

OAK F OAK F PSRC F PSRC F PSRC F

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

1/11 2/8 3/8 4/5 5/3

1 1 1 1 1

Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden

$39 $39 $39 $39 $39

Dance

Ballet Gold

Learn the basics of ballet which improves 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. 14278 15148 15149 15151

PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC

10:30am-11:20am 10:30am-11:20am 10:30am-11:20am 10:30am-11:20am

2/25 3/1 4/15 4/19

6 6 6 6

Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson

$65 $65 $65 $65

Ballet Gold on the Road

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. 14275 PSRC F 15153 PSRC F

11:30am-12:20pm 11:30am-12:20pm

3/1 4/19

6 Johnson 6 Johnson

$65 $65

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. 15611 CAR

Tu 7:15pm-9:15pm

1/8

13 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. 13512 OAK Th 11am-11:50am 14825 PSRC Th 11am-11:50am

1/10 3/7

8 Lam 11 Lam

$59 $75

Line Dance (Beg/Adv Beg)

Come learn to line dance or work on those skills you have learned in a previous class. 14211 PSRC Sa 9am-10:15am 14845 PSRC Sa 9am-10:15am

2/23 4/13

7 Donaldson 7 Donaldson

$49 $49

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. 14853 PSRC Sa 10:30am-11:45am 14857 PSRC Sa 10:30am-11:45am

2/23 4/13

7 Donaldson 7 Donaldson

$49 $49

Rumba & Cha-Cha (Beg)-NEW

Relieve stress by learning to dance Latin Rumba and Cha-Cha rhythms through choreographed ballroom (round) dancing where a cuer calls out the dance moves. Learn dance techniques, figures and routines. No previous dance experience is necessary. Partner suggested. 15732 CAR 15733 CAR

10

M F M F

Sa 11:15am-1:15pm Sa 11:15am-1:15pm

1/12 3/23

9 Pelton 9 Pelton

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$69 $69


ADULTS 50 +

Tap Dance Gold (Beg)

Join a professional tap dance instructor in this class designed for adults who want to learn to tap dance or improve their existing skills. 14914 PSRC Th 9am-9:50am 14944 PSRC Th 9am-9:50am

2/21 4/11

7 Wilder 7 Wilder

$59 $59

Explore the archaeological evidence of New Testament biblical references and obtain a greater understanding of the life and times of biblical figures and stories. 3:30pm-4:30pm

3/20

4 Tari

$69

Archaeology & the Old Testament-NEW

Explore the archaeological evidence of Old Testament biblical references and obtain a greater understanding of the life and times of biblical figures and stories. 16041 CAR

W

3:30pm-4:30pm

1/23

4 Tari

$69

A Matter of Balance

Many people have a fear of falling. As a result they often limit their activities, which can result in physical weakness, and make the risk of falling even greater. A Matter of Balance workshop is an award-winning workshop to help participants reduce fear of falling and improve stability and balance. 14675 PSRC F

9:30am-11:30am

3/8

8 Wolfe

$5

AARP Driver Safety Class

AARP’s drivers’ safety course is for people 50 years of age or older and is good for insurance discounts only. Please check with your own insurance company first to see if they accept the certificate. 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. 14621 PSRC Tu 8:30am-12:30pm 15156 PSRC Th 8:30am-12:30pm

3/5 5/16

1 Meiberg 1 Meiberg

$4 $4

Chronic Pain Self-Management-NEW

This six-week long workshop will help participants deal with ongoing issues associated with chronic pain. Participants will learn strategies to deal with frustration, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep as well as exercises for maintaining and improving strength, flexibility and endurance. They will also learn about the importance of good nutrition in pain management. 14676 PSRC F 9:30am-Noon

5/3

6 Wolfe

$5

Creating Strong Passwords-NEW

This class will help you understand the importance of a strong password, how to create one and how to avoid being predictable when creating passwords in the future, ultimately helping you better protect your online presence. 16383 PSRC W 9:30am-10:30am

4/24

16146 PSRC W 10am-11am

5/22

1 Williamson

$5

Have you been collecting things for years and now you don’t know what to do with it all? Getting started is the hardest part. Learn how to declutter, organize and sort your belongings. Learn what to dispose of and what to keep.

Archaeology & the New Testament-NEW W

Learn about the wellness and legal aspects of dementia and how dementia can impact one’s competency and the legal implications. Learn how to distinguish between dementia and other conditions with similar symptoms and how to qualify for government benefits.

Downsizing Your Home from A to Z

Etc...

16042 CAR

Dementia & Short Term Memory

1 Wright

14622 PSRC M

10am-11am

3/4

1 Edmondson

$5

Eat Smart Live Strong-NEW

Eat Smart, Live Strong is a program designed to improve fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among older adults. Participants will learn how to set goals, how to spend less in the grocery store and how to adopt two key behaviors that will improve their health and quality of life. 14624 PSRC M

10am-11am

4/22

4 Tinsley

$5

Finding Your Family-NEW

Take a peak into the past! Discover free genealogy programs such as familysearch.org and learn how it can expand your family tree on Ancestry. Class will feature a guest speaker from Haggard Library’s Genealogy Center. Students must bring a laptop computer to class. 16036 CAR

Sa

11am-Noon

1/12

6 Hudson

$59

Foot Care/Ankle Screening

The doctor will talk about general foot and ankle problems common for seniors such as ingrown nails, hammertoes, bunions, diabetes, acute injuries, and will discuss proper shoe selection. He will follow up with a screening for any foot or ankle problems of participants. 14704 PSRC W 1pm-2:30pm

4/17

1 Myer

$5

Fresh Start to a Healthier You-NEW

Taught by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, participants will learn how to prepare safe, healthy, and economical meals for their families and themselves. The program will offer lessons that integrate the importance of healthy nutrition with an emphasis on increasing fruit and vegetable intake, physical activity, food safety and food resource management. Participants will receive recipes, incentive items and educational materials at each class. 14623 PSRC M

10am-11am

3/18

4 Tinsley

$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. 16148 PSRC Th 10am-11:30am

4/11

1 Harris

$5

$5

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

11


ADULTS 50 +

Hunt for the Red River-NEW

Join a Red River historian as she takes you on an expedition to find the source of the Red River. Due to his intimate knowledge of Texas and Indian Territory geography, Randolph B. Marcy was selected to find the source of the Red River in 1852. Marcy and his corps found the source of the Red River within the sheer cliffs of the Palo Duro Canyon. Sit back and enjoy this history lesson on how the source of the Red River was found. 16382 PSRC Tu 2:30pm-4pm

5/7

1 Cole-Jett

$5

Internet & Computer Safety

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 questions you may have about your computer and go over computer basics such as antivirus protection, phishing emails and how not to be scammed. 17014 PSRC W 9:30am-11:30am

5/8

1 Butler

$5

Just Ghostin’ Around

A Red River historian will be back with her tales of Just Ghostin’ Around. If you heard her talk on Bonnie and Clyde you don’t want to miss this one. She will relate the history, experiences, and photographs surrounding her hobby of documenting ghost towns. Come join her for a fun-filled and informative trip to some of history’s forgotten places! 16381 PSRC Tu 2:30pm-4pm

3/26

1 Cole-Jett

$5

Making the Right Move

The purpose of the seminar is to provide a step-by-step plan for those who are considering a move to a smaller housing environment including all the available options; independent living, assisted living, memory care, or just downsizing to a smaller home. The seminar includes a discussion about assessing needs, mitigating fears, assessing financial readiness, logistics, legal considerations, and the need for planning. 14729 PSRC Tu 10am-11:30am

5/14

1 Bloom

$5

Modern Architecture

Explore Modern Architectural History (1880s-Present) by taking virtual tours of some of the world’s most famous cities. Learn modern influences affecting each city’s development, famous modern landmarks and their importance to the city’s fabric, and visit the interior of some of the world’s newest structures. First course will focus on Chicago, Paris, New York, Barcelona, and Houston. 16039 CAR

M

3:30pm-4:30pm

1/21

4 Tari

$69

Moving into Senior Living

Moving into a new home and community requires a lot of planning and thought. Discover different retirement communities that are available here in DFW, from 55+ communities to assisted living. Gain insight into how to manage the logistics of downsizing into a smaller home. 15449 TMC Sa 10am-11:30am 15450 TMC Sa 10am-11:30am

1/12 3/23

1 Beitchman 1 Beitchman

$5 $5

My Memories Supporting the Space Program

The instrutor will review the facts and emotions from his point of view as one who supported and was present in the mission control center for many notable space missions. 16279 CAR

W 7pm-9pm

4/10

1 Pollacia

$17

Piano Fun (Adv/Beg)

Recreational music making continues! For continuing students and students with playing experience. This relaxed class will reinforce concepts learned in early-level classes and introduce new playing skills. The instructor will be happy to help you with class placement. Class size is limited. 13440 PSRC M 15441 PSRC M

Noon-1pm Noon-1pm

2/18 4/15

8 Foreman 8 Foreman

$99 $99

Piano Fun (Beg)

Recreational music making. The instructor will be happy to help you with class placement. Class size is limited. 13501 PSRC M 15444 PSRC M

2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm

2/18 4/15

8 Foreman 8 Foreman

$99 $99

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. 13441 PSRC M 15446 PSRC M

1pm-2pm 1pm-2pm

2/18 4/15

8 Foreman 8 Foreman

$99 $99

Reminisce & Write it Down-NEW

There are amazing life stories out there, and those stories are dying off with the people who lived them. Society and history need to have access to your life story, even if it’s just for posterity and not for making your fortune in the book business. This course will serve as a guide to remembering your past, writing it down, and sharing it. The fee for the book ($12) is covered. 16536 PSRC Tu 9:30am-11:30am

3/12

3 Posey

$49

Modern Architecture II

Explore Modern Architectural History (1880s-Present) by taking virtual tours of some of the world’s most famous cities, learn modern influences affecting each city’s development, famous modern landmarks and their importance to the city’s fabric, and visit the interior of some of the world’s newest structures. This second course offering will focus on London, Las Vegas, Berlin, Los Angeles and Dubai. 16040 CAR

M

3:30pm-4:30pm

3/18

12

4 Tari

To prevent class cancellations due to low enrollment, please register at least one week prior to the class start date.

$69

planoparks.org 972-941-7250


ADULTS 50 +

Texas Tornadoes-NEW

Hear how tornadoes’ devastating nature has left its mark on the state’s history. The instructor is the author of ‘Texas Tornadoes: The Lone Star State’s Deadliest Twisters,’ and her experience in Tornado Alley led her to study these remarkable storms. The presentation will cover the history of Texas tornadoes and tornado forecasting. 16507 PSRC W 10am-11:30am

3/27

1 Bradford

$5

The Boy Scout Band-NEW

You have probably known a Boy Scout at one time or another. In fact, more than 110 million Americans have participated in Boy Scout programs. However, there is one piece of the organization’s rich history that not everyone knows about. The instructor shares an inspiring story about how the Boy Scout Band was organized by Ritchie Robertson in 1920 and how this group of musicians grew from 40 to more than 400 boys before it disbanded in 1949. He will also share information about the many places the group performed and will even play for you an actual recording of the band in 1926! Treat yourself to a special history lesson about this wonderful organization that has impacted so many lives for the better. 16705 PSRC W 9:30am-11am

2/27

1 Seiling

$5

Balance & Strength 50+

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. 16026 PSRC Tu 10:30am-11:20am 16027 PSRC Tu 10:30am-11:20am

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. 9am-9:50am 9am-9:50am

2/25 4/15

6 Hraha 6 Hraha

$55 $55

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. 17029 17030 17031 17032

PSRC Tu 10am-10:50am PSRC Tu 10am-10:50am PSRC T,Th 5:30pm-6:20pm PSRC T,Th 5:30pm-6:20pm

2/26 4/16 2/26 4/16

6 6 12 12

Hraha Hraha Hraha Hraha

$55 $55 $105 $105

Armchair Exercise Plus

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. 15131 PSRC Tu 9:15am-10am 15132 PSRC Tu 9:15am-10am

2/26 4/23

$65 $59

This program focuses on strength training combined with motor skills, balance, hand and eye coordination, posture and flexibility. This workout improves balance, sharpens your mind and strengthens your body. No floor exercises or cardio. Class is limited in size for semi-private instruction. Both men and women are welcome in this great class for beginners! 15133 PSRC Tu 11am-11:50am 15399 PSRC Tu 11am-11:50am

2/26 4/23

7 Brady 6 Brady

$65 $59

Cardio Fit

A low impact workout with a mix of cardio and strength intervals. A variety of equipment (weights, bands, balls, and chairs for support) is used to maximize calorie burn, body sculpting, strength and balance. Tu 9:40am-10:30am Tu 9:40am-10:30am

1/8 3/19

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

$65 $69

Cardio Strength

20/20 Gold-Cardio & Strength 17027 PSRC M 17028 PSRC M

7 Checki 6 Checki

Brain, Body & Balance

16285 CAR 16286 CAR

Fitness

2/26 4/30

7 Brady 6 Brady

$65 $59

Activity will focus on strengthening muscles and increasing range of movement for daily life activities. Participants will use hand-held weights, elastic tubing and a ball. A chair is used for seated exercises or standing support. 16282 CAR 16283 CAR

M M

10:40am-11:30am 10:40am-11:30am

1/7 3/18

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

$65 $69

Circuit Training

Use of weights, bands, chairs, and steps will offer a safe and 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. This class is for all levels. 14300 14301 17044 17045

PSRC PSRC CAR CAR

M M W W

11am-11:50am 11am-11:50pm 11:30am-12:25pm 11:30am-12:25pm

2/25 4/22 1/9 3/20

7 7 9 10

Brady Brady Brady Brady

$65 $65 $69 $75

Essentrics® Release, Rebalance & Restore-NEW

A slow and gentle, full body stretch and strengthen workout that focuses on increasing mobility, flexibility and relieving aches, pains, and joint stiffness. Reawaken the power of your 650 muscles while slowly building strength in your body. 17002 PSRC T,Th 2pm-3pm 17022 PSRC T,Th 2pm-3pm

2/26 4/16

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

11 Gibson 11 Gibson

$65 $65

13


ADULTS 50 +

LiveWire Balance & Strength

Work on your balance by strengthening your core, legs and glutes. We will use dynamic stretching and foam rolling to increase and achieve comfortable muscle tone. The result of flexibility and range of motion will improve other physical activities you do. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. 14451 14452 14453 14496 14497

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

M,W M,W M,W M,W M,W

8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am

1/2 2/4 3/4 4/1 5/1

9 8 6 9 8

Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid

$89 $89 $79 $89 $89

Livewire Fitness Generator Gold

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 a certified personal trainer and are designed for all fitness levels. Every class is different and 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. Work hard, have fun and get fit! 17041 PSRC M,W 10am-10:50am 17042 PSRC M,W 10am-10:50am 17043 PSRC M,W 10am-10:50am

3/4 4/8 5/6

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. Work hard, have fun and get fit! Classes are priced on a monthly basis. Variations are due to four meetings per week vs. two meetings per week. 14458 14459 14460 14461 14462 14463 14464 14465 14466 14490 14491 14492 14493 14494 14495

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M-Th T,Th M-Th T,Th M-Th T,Th T,Th T,Th T,Th M-Th T,Th M-Th T,Th T,Th T,Th

8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am Noon-1pm Noon-1pm Noon-1pm 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am Noon-1pm Noon-1pm

1/2 1/3 2/4 2/5 3/4 3/5 1/3 2/5 3/5 4/1 4/2 5/1 5/2 4/2 5/2

18 9 16 8 12 6 9 8 6 18 9 17 9 9 9

Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid

$119 $89 $119 $89 $99 $79 $89 $89 $79 $119 $89 $119 $89 $89 $89

Seated Energy Boost-NEW

Want to improve your energy but have limited mobility? This ancient Chinese Meridian Acupressure and movement seated exercise class will improve your muscle strength, mobility and increase vitality without the risk of falling. 15489 TMC Tu 11am-11:55am

1/22

14

14 Clevenger

$79

Fun & Fit-NEW

Fun and fitness is a great way to start your year! Using motivating music through the decades, we will enjoy a low-impact cardio workout and include muscular strength, flexibility, balance and fall prevention exercises. 16746 TMC T,Th 10:35am-11:35am 1/8 16747 TMC T,Th 10:35am-11:35am 3/19

15 Forte 16 Forte

$89 $95

Prime Time Strength & Balance

Specifically designed for active seniors, this exercise program will benefit anyone who wishes to get back into physical training after a setback. While it will be challenging, it is appropriate for a variety of fitness levels. This program will be composed of movements required for every day, with exercises derived from popular sports, such as golf, tennis, basketball and more. The goal of the program is to improve physical and mental fitness, muscular strength, pain-free joint mobility, increase metabolism, and work on fall prevention. 16292 OAK 16293 OAK

M,W 10am-11am M,W 10am-11am

1/7 2/18

12 Koenig 12 Koenig

$79 $79

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. 16008 16009 16010 16385 16386 16387 16388 16389 16390 16391 16392 16393 16394 16395 16396 16397 16398 16399 16400 16401 16402 16403 16404 16405 16406 16407 16408 16409 16410

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M,W 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 12:30pm-1:30pm M,W 1:30pm-2:30pm T,Th 10:15am-11:15am F 10:30am-11:30am F 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 12:30pm-1:30pm M,W 1:30pm-2:30pm T,Th 10:15am-11:15am F 10:30am-11:30am F 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 12:30pm-1:30pm M,W 1:30pm-2:30pm T,Th 10:15am-11:15am F 10:30am-11:30am F 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 12:30pm-1:30pm M,W 1:30pm-2:30pm T,Th 10:15am-11:15am F 10:30am-11:30am F 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 11:30am-12:30pm M,W 12:30pm-1:30pm M,W 1:30pm-2:30pm F 10:30am-11:30am F 11:30am-12:30pm

1/7 1/7 1/7 1/8 1/11 1/11 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/5 2/1 2/1 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/1 3/1 4/1 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/5 4/5 5/1 5/1 5/1 5/3 5/3

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

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

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

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


ADULTS 50 +

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. 15490 15491 15492 15493

TMC PSRC PSRC PSRC

Tu Tu Tu Tu

1pm-1:50pm 1pm-1:50pm 1pm-1:50pm 1pm-1:50pm

1/8 2/19 4/9 5/28

5 6 6 6

Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson

$59 $65 $65 $65

Tai Chi for Health II (Int)

This class is 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. 17023 17024 17025 17026

TMC PSRC PSRC PSRC

Tu Tu Tu Tu

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

1/8 2/19 4/9 5/28

5 6 6 6

Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson

$59 $65 $65 $65

Tai Chi 50+

This class is a great way to improve your balance, breathing and flexibility with low impact on joints. You will feel refreshed and energized. 15453 OAK W 9am-9:50am 15462 PSRC W 9am-9:50am

1/30 4/10

9 Daffinee 7 Daffinee

$69 $59

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 and Tai chi fan and sword routines. Please note this class does not offer Tai chi instructions or lessons. 16524 OAK

W 10am-11am

1/9

19 Staff

$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. 14332 14333 14334 14335

PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC

Tu Th Tu Th

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

2/26 2/28 4/23 4/25

7 7 6 6

Brady Brady Brady Brady

$65 $65 $59 $59

Zumba Gold®

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. 15448 PSRC Tu 9:30am-10:20am 17033 PSRC M,W 5:30pm-6:30pm 17034 PSRC M,W 5:30pm-6:30pm

2/26 2/25 4/15

10 Longoria 12 Nieves 12 Nieves

$55 $89 $89

Zumba Gold® Toning

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. 15447 PSRC Th 9:30am-10:20am

2/28

10 Longoria

$69

Zumba Strong -NEW ®

STRONG by Zumba is a High Intensity Interval Training class using more traditional fitness moves for a more athletic, conditioning-style workout. You use your own body weight as resistance to achieve muscle definition.

Tai Chi Practice (Adv)

17035 PSRC M,W 6:45pm-7:45pm 17036 PSRC M,W 6:45pm-7:45pm

16527 OAK

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 even 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.

This Tai Chi advanced practice class is for students familiar with more complex routines. Class routines begin with Ba Duan Jin Chi Kong exercise, then into 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. M

9am-10am

1/7

20 Staff

$25

Tai Chi Practice for Well-Being

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 focus. 16530 OAK

F

9am-10am

1/4

20 Staff

$25

2/25 4/15

12 Nieves 12 Nieves

$89 $89

Chair Yoga 50+

16099 PSRC M 16101 PSRC M

10am-11am 10am-11am

2/25 4/22

7 Fritsch 5 Fritsch

$65 $55

Pilates 50+

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. 14317 14395 17046 17047

PSRC PSRC CAR CAR

Th Th W W

11am-11:50am 11am-11:50am 12:30pm-1:20pm 12:30pm-1:20pm

2/28 4/25 1/9 3/20

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

7 6 9 10

Brady Brady Brady Brady

$65 $59 $69 $75

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ADULTS 50 + Shows/Events

St. Patrick’s Dinner & Community Band

Calling all lads, lassies, and leprechauns! Break out your green clothing and celebrate the luck o’ the Irish with your friends at Plano Senior Recreation Center. Enjoy a traditional St. Patrick’s dinner while listening to the fabulous Plano Community Band play your favorite Irish tunes, and that’s no blarney! This event is sponsored by the Senior Center Council. 13499 PSRC Th 6pm-8pm

3/14

1 Staff

$7

Valentine Tea

It’s time to get out of your winter clothes and put on your best finery! Grab a friend or your sweetheart and come celebrate Valentine’s with a traditional afternoon tea. Tea time sandwiches and sweets will be served along with a variety of hot teas during this afternoon of friendship and fellowship. This event is sponsored by the Senior Center Council. 13498 PSRC F

2pm-3:30pm

2/15

1 Staff

$5

Western Dance & BBQ

Put on your boots and jeans for some boot-scootin’ fun and finger-lickin’ barbecue! This event is sponsored by the Senior Center Council. 13500 PSRC Th 6pm-8pm

Relaxing Yoga Flow

Decompress your body and mind with breathing, meditation and a wellbalanced physical yoga practice. This class begins and ends either sitting or lying down on the floor. There is a 20-minute standing portion with the option to use a chair if desired. Beginner to advanced students welcome. 15517 NRC Tu 15524 PSRC Tu

10:35am-11:45am 1/15 10:35am-11:45am 3/19

8 Ramirez 11 Ramirez

$79 $79

Yoga 50+

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. 15866 15867 15868 15892 16031 16032 16033 16034

PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC PSRC

M W F M,W,F M W F M,W,F

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

2/25 2/27 3/1 2/25 4/29 4/24 5/3 4/29

8 8 8 24 5 6 5 15

Checki Checki Checki Checki Checki Checki Checki Checki

$65 $65 $65 $155 $55 $59 $55 $95

Yoga/Pilates

This class will use gentle yoga through beginner yoga poses to help reduce swelling in joints, increase mobility and improve balance which helps reduce falls. A chair and floor mat will be used. 16287 CAR 16289 CAR

W W

10:40am-11:30am 1/9 10:40am-11:30am 3/20

16

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

$65 $69

5/16

1 Staff

$8

Trips

Baltimore at Black Box Theatre-NEW

Ride with us to see this play at Collin College. Baltimore is the story of a racially-charged incident that divides Resident Advisor Shelly’s firstyear students. As Shelly finds herself in the middle of a conversation she does not want to have, the pressure to address the controversy mounts from residents, the new dean, and even her best friend. Shelly must decide if she will enter the fray or watch her community burst at the seams. Sharp, funny and searing, Baltimore is a timely drama about racism on college campuses. The play was originally produced as a part of the Big Ten Theatre Consortium’s new play initiative, which is dedicated to commissioning works by female playwrights to be produced at universities across the country. The play begins at 8pm. 16357 PSRC W 7:15pm-10:15pm

5/8

1 Deats

$15

American Airlines C.R. Smith Museum Tour

The C.R. Smith Museum takes visitors on a flight through American Airlines history, with interactive exhibits that entice participation by all age groups. The museum features hundreds of historical artifacts, photographs, full-scale aircraft engines and a rare Douglas DC-3 airliner. In addition, the museum’s state of the art 4K digital theater features Pursuit of Flight, a film featuring the history and physics of aviation from ancient times through today. Bring money for lunch after the tour. 15263 PSRC W 9am-1:30pm

4/17

1 Perry

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$15


ADULTS 50 +

Dallas Blooms at the Arboretum

See hundreds of the most colorful and fragrant spring flowers at the Dallas Arboretum on White Rock Lake. Bring a sack lunch or purchase from the concession areas. This is a self-guided walking tour. 13503 PSRC M

9:30am-2pm

3/25

1 Perry

$23

Dallas Farmers Market at The Shed

Enjoy going with us on a trip to the farmers market! This open-air pavilion allows you to shop from a variety of regional vendors who grow, raise, make and produce their own food. Bring your own shopping bag(s) to help you carry your farmers market finds. Complimentary wagons are also available. Cash is the easiest way to pay for goods although some vendors accept credit cards. A 26,000-square-foot food hall and artisanal vendor market is also there. The food hall contains four anchor restaurants, a mixture of local specialty foods, artisanal food vendors, and seating areas both inside and out where you can grab a bite or enjoy a cup of coffee while taking in a view of the Dallas skyline or observing the market-goers. Bring money for lunch on your own and shopping. 16356 PSRC F

10:30am-2pm

4/26

1 Deats

$9

Dining Adventures-NEW

Have you wanted to try some new places to eat in Plano? Well here is your opportunity. We will visit a different place each month. February will be Shandiz Grill & Market lunch buffet, April will be Rusty Taco and May will be Andhra Café Lunch Buffet. Bring money for lunch. 15900 PSRC M 15901 PSRC M 15899 PSRC M

10:30am-12:30pm 10:30am-12:30pm 10:30am-12:30pm

4/22 5/20 2/25

1 Perry 1 Perry 1 Perry

$7 $7 $7

Huck’s Catfish & Eisenhower’s Birthplace-NEW

First, we’ll have lunch at Huck’s in Denison (bring money for lunch). Then, we’ll have a docent-guided tour of the Eisenhower Birthplace State Historic Site. Located in the heart of Denison, the site showcases the home where the 34th U.S. President Dwight David ‘Ike’ Eisenhower was born in 1890. Antique furnishings fill the modest frame house, illustrating the working class life of the Eisenhowers. The visitors center celebrates Ike with memorabilia and exhibits featuring his many accomplishments as president and war hero. 16378 PSRC F

10am-2:30pm

4/5

1 Deats

$15

McKinney Trade Days

Hundreds of vendors offer almost anything you can imagine at the oldest and largest monthly trade days/flea market in North Texas, from unique gifts and delightful home décor to trendy clothing, accessories, antiques, collectibles and more. There are many state fair-type food concessions to choose from as well. Bring money for food and shopping, and be sure to wear comfortable shoes, as a lot of walking is required. A good part of Trade Days is outside, so if it’s raining we will reschedule. 16355 PSRC F

11am-3pm

4/12

1 Deats

$9

Senior Information & Wellness Fair 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 6, 2019 Plano Event Center Join us for the annual Plano Senior Recreation Center Information & Wellness Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, May 6 at Plano Event Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Pkwy. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Free health screenings, door prizes and much, much more. No registration necessary.

Riscky’s BBQ & Sid Richardson Museum

We’ll have lunch at Riscky’s BBQ first (bring money for lunch). Then we’ll enjoy a docent-guided tour (approximately one hour) of this Fort Worth art museum which features paintings by premier Western artists like Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell. The works, reflecting both the romance and reality of the American West, are the legacy of late oilman and philanthropist Sid Williams Richardson. Most were acquired by him from 1942 until his death in 1959. The collection also includes works by Oscar E. Berninghaus, Charles F. Browne, Edwin W. Deming, William Gilbert Gaul, Peter Hurd, Frank Tenney Johnson, William R. Leigh, Peter Moran and Charles Schreyvogel. The trip involves a lot of walking. 16354 PSRC Tu 10am-2:30pm

1 Deats

$19

RoughRiders Spring Baseball

Enjoy RoughRider baseball on a spring afternoon as we venture to the Dr Pepper Ballpark to see them play the Arkansas Travelers. Seating will be along the first base line, and everyone will receive an all-youcan-eat and drink voucher and a Riders souvenir item. 13502 PSRC W 10:15am-3:30pm

5/1

1 Perry

$33

Smokeys BBQ & Trinity River Distillery-NEW

First we’ll enjoy lupper (lunch/supper) at Smokeys in Fort Worth, an acclaimed barbecue joint offering a simple menu including slow-smoked meat, coleslaw, potato salad, pinto beans, French fries and Lay’s potato chips. You’ll just order off the menu when we get there. Next, we’ll go to the Trinity River Distillery for a 30-45 minute tour! There are two flights of steps involved. Be prepared to walk. Bring money for your meal at Smokeys. Fee includes transportation and distillery tour. 14228 PSRC Th 2pm-7pm

3/28

1 Deats

$25

Train Topia Model Train Exhibit-NEW

Tour the Museum of the American Railroad’s TrainTopia with more than 2,500 square feet of model trains at the Frisco Discovery Center! Experience the excitement of being immersed in a miniature world of trains and scenery from across the United States.The TrainTopia exhibit features topography from Arizona to Texas, New Mexico, and Northeast Texas in the 1960s. This is a self-guided tour. Please bring money for lunch after the tour. 13504 PSRC W 9:30am-12:30pm

972-941-7250

4/9

planoparks.org

3/20

1 Perry

$15

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AQUATICS Oak Point Recreation Center

Carpenter Park Recreation Center 6701 Coit Road 972-208-8087 Admission (Rec Center & Pool): $6 adults (16+), $3 youth (3-15)

6000 Jupiter Road 972-941-7540 Admission (Rec Center & Pool): $6 adults (16+), $3 youth (3-15)

Indoor leisure pool with a current channel, toddler area with a slide and spray features, a large indoor/outdoor speed slide, and a leisure pool with lanes available at designated times (see below). The pool is kept at 86 degrees. The chair lift and wheelchair ramp provide easy accessibility into the pool, and a 2 ft maximum depth in the toddler area allows young children to play and enjoy the water. The facility also offers family changing rooms, locker rooms, and a birthday party room. Children 6 years and under must be supervised by and within arms reach of a paying adult at all times. Public Swimming Hours 5am-5pm, 8pm-9:45pm Mon & Wed 5am-7:45pm Tue 5am-9:45pm Thu 5am-8:45pm Fri 8am-9am, Noon-5:45pm Sat 1pm-5:45pm Sun

Public Leisure Lanes 5am-9:45am, 11am-5pm & 8pm-9:45pm Mon & Wed 5am-7:45am, 9am-7:45pm Tue 5am-9:45pm Thu 5am-7:45am, 9am-5pm Fri 8am-9am Sat

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 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. The outdoor pool is closed for the season. LEISURE POOL

Plano Aquatic Center 2301 Westside Drive 972-769-4232 Admission: $3

The Plano Aquatic Center features a 25-yard indoor lap pool, indoor play area for younger guests, locker rooms, birthday party room and outdoor spray ground. Outdoor spray ground is closed for the season. Public Swimming Hours 11am-3pm Mon-Fri 7:15pm-9:30pm Mon/Wed/Fri 1pm-6pm Sat 1pm-6pm Sun Harry Rowlinson Community Natatorium 1712 Avenue P 972-941-7670 Open for scheduled classes only

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Public Swimming Hours 2pm-5pm Mon-Fri Leisure Pool 8pm-9:45pm Mon-Thu Entire Pool 5pm-8:45pm Friday Entire Pool Diving opens 8pm 1pm-5:45pm Sat & Sun Entire Pool Public Lap Swimming 5am-9:45pm Mon-Thu 5am-8:45pm Fri 8am-Noon Sat 1pm-5:45pm Sat & Sun

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center 5801 W. Parker Road 972-769-4404 Admission (Rec Center & Pool): $6 adults (16+), $3 youth (3-15)

Large Slide and Toddler Area SLIDE/TODDLER AREA TODDLER AREA ONLY 5pm-7:45pm Tue 11am-5pm Mon-Fri 5pm-9:45pm Thu 5pm-8:45pm Fri Noon-5:45pm Sat 1pm-5:45pm Sun

Indoor 50-meter pool with a shallow water leisure area complete with water slide, crazy cactus, and zero depth entry ramp. Pool water is heated to 84° F year-round. Outdoor pool features a shallow water beach entry with an assortment of spray features, water playground and water slide. Outdoor pool is closed for the season. Children 6 years and under must be supervised by and within arms reach of a paying adult at all times.

ADULTS ONLY Leisure Lanes & River Mon-Fri 5am - 8am Mon-Fri 8am - 2pm* *Please note there may be classes in the river and swim lessons in the leisure lanes during this time. (Children could be present but supervised by an instructor.)

ALL AGES Entire Pool & Splash Ground Mon-Thu 2pm - 4:45pm Fri 2pm - 8:45pm Sat & Sun 1pm - 5:45pm Leisure Slide Fri 5 pm - 8:45pm Sat & Sun 1pm - 5:45pm

LAP POOL Public Lap Swim

At least 2 lap lanes available at all times Mon-Thu 5am - 9:45pm

Fri 5am - 8:45pm Sat 8am-5:45pm Sun 1pm - 5:45pm

Drop Slide & Diving Board Fri 7:15pm - 8:45pm Sat & Sun 3:15pm - 5:45pm

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AQUATICS 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 (and pool), 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 PISD/WORK IN PLANO Youth (3-15 yrs) $119 Adult (16-59 yrs) $195 Senior (60+ yrs) $149 Family*** $509

$16 $22 $19 $59

NON-RESIDENTS Youth (3-15 yrs) Adult (16-59 yrs) Senior (60+ yrs) Family***

$21 $29 $25 $79

$160 $260 $200 $679

*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.

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. *Please note this policy does not apply to Carpenter Park Recreation Center pool leisure lanes, as they are not designed for vigorous lap swimming.

Rent-A-Pool! 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 Carpenter Park Recreation Center, Oak Point Recreation Center, Plano Aquatic Center, Liberty Recreation Center and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center. Pool rentals are available to non-residents for an additional fee. Contact the center directly to make your reservation. Pool rental reservations cannot be made more than three months in advance.

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AQUATICS

Aquaducks Swim Team Spring Off-Season

Specialized Aquatics

Adapted Aquatics-Preschool (3-5 Yrs)

Swimming lessons not only teach children how to be safe around the water, but also help them develop motor skills and coordination. This class will introduce preschool aged children with special needs basic aquatic skills and safety. A responsible adult is required to participate in the water with each student. 14916 TMC Sa 14946 TMC Sa 14974 TMC Sa 15037 TMC Sa

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

1/12 2/9 3/23 4/20

4 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$49 $55 $49 $49

Adapted Aquatics-Youth (6-12 Yrs)

This class will introduce children with special needs to basic aquatic skills and safety. A responsible adult is required to participate in the water with each student. 14787 TMC T,Th 5:50pm-6:30pm 1/8 14817 TMC T,Th 5:50pm-6:30pm 2/5 14818 TMC T,Th 5:50pm-6:30pm 3/19 14819 TMC T,Th 5:50pm-6:30pm 4/16 14918 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 1/12 14948 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 2/9 14976 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 3/23 15039 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 4/20

8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 4 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$75 $85 $75 $75 $49 $55 $49 $49

Adapted Aquatics-Teen & Adult (13 Yrs & Up)

Learning to swim provides teens and adults with special needs a fun new way to exercise that protects joints, builds vital capacity, and provides natural support and resistance. This course will help swimmers tailor aquatic skills and strokes to fit their goals and needs. A responsible adult is required to participate in the water if a student needs assistance standing in 3.5-foot deep water. 14917 TMC Sa 14947 TMC Sa 14975 TMC Sa 15038 TMC Sa

Noon-12:40pm Noon-12:40pm Noon-12:40pm Noon-12:40pm

1/12 2/9 3/23 4/20

4 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$49 $55 $49 $49

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

The primary purpose of the American Red Cross CPR/AED program is to help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac and breathing emergencies. This course will teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person and to decide whether advanced medical care is needed. Participants will be certified in American Red Cross Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED upon successful completion of the course. 16667 TMC Su 10am-3:30pm 16668 TMC Su 10am-3:30pm

3/17 1 Staff 4/21 1 Staff

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This is for swimmers who swam on the Plano Aquaducks TAAF swim team or plan to join next summer and want a great way to stay in shape. We’ll emphasize stroke work on back, breast, fly and free, as well as conditioning. Prerequisite: Must have previously swam for the Plano Aquaducks or pass the tryout. See planoparks.net/aquaducks for tryout requirements. New swimmer registration begins at 8am on March 4. 17071 17072 17073 17074 17075

OAK OAK OAK OAK OAK

M,W M,W T,Th T,Th Sa

3:45-4:30pm 4:30-5:15pm 3:45-4:30pm 4:30-5:15pm 11am-Noon

3/25 3/25 3/26 3/26 3/30

14 14 14 14 7

Coach Coach Coach Coach Coach

$79 $79 $79 $79 $55

Aquatic Easter Egg Hunt (3-11 Yrs)

Hop on over to the swimming pool for a one-of-a-kind hunt. The Easter Bunny and Goldie A. Duck will be placing eggs in the water for your child to collect. Participants should be comfortable unassisted in the water. Ages 3-6 will hunt in the shallow areas of the pool, while ages 7-10 will hunt in the deep sections. Following the hunt, participants may stay and swim during the public hours of 1pm-6pm (non-participants and parents will need to pay the daily admission fee for public swim). Pre-registration is required for the event. 16738 PAC 16739 PAC 16740 PAC 16741 PAC

Sa Sa Sa Sa

12:15pm-1pm 12:15pm-1pm 12:15pm-1pm 12:15pm-1pm

4/20 4/20 4/20 4/20

1 Staff 1 Staff 1 Staff 1 Staff

$6 $6 $6 $6

Diving (Beg) (6-13 Yrs)

This course will teach the fundamentals of basic springboard diving. Students must be comfortable in deep water and will be tested the first day. 14923 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 1/12 14953 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 2/9 14981 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 3/23 15044 TMC Sa 11:10am-11:50am 4/20 15613 TMC T,Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 1/8 15625 TMC T,Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 2/5 15626 TMC T,Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 3/19 15627 TMC T,Th 7:30pm-8:10pm 4/16

4 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff

$49 $55 $49 $49 $75 $85 $75 $75

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 classroom and in the pool. 16669 TMC M,W 6:30pm-8pm

4/15

20 Staff

$109

$55 $55

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AQUATICS

Lifeguard Training Instructor (17 Yrs & Up)

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. 16660 TMC F-Su 5pm-8pm

3/8

4 Staff

$215

Lifeguard Training with Waterpark (15 Yrs & Up)

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. 16531 TMC Tu-Sa 16535 TMC Tu-Sa 16538 TMC W-Sa 16661 TMC Tu-Sa 16663 TMC Tu-Sa 16665 TMC Tu-Sa 16961 OAK Tu-Sa 16987 OAK Tu-Sa 16989 OAK M-Th 16991 OAK Tu-Sa 16993 OAK Tu-Sa 16995 OAK Tu-Sa

8:15pm-6pm 1/8 8:15pm-6pm 2/26 8:15pm-6pm 3/13 8:15pm-6pm 4/9 8:15pm-6pm 4/30 8:15pm-6pm 5/14 6pm-6pm 1/15 6pm-6pm 2/19 8am-4pm 3/11 6pm-6pm 4/2 6pm-6pm 4/23 6pm-6pm 5/7

6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 4 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff

$225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225

Shallow Water Lifeguard with Waterpark

Certification covers Waterpark, Shallow Water Lifeguard Training, CPR/ AED for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, Oxygen Administration, and Blood borne Pathogen Training. In order to participate in this class, you must pass a pre-course which consists of a 100 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-pound brick from the bottom of 4-5 feet of water and walk or swim it back to the side keeping both hands on the brick. The participant MUST attend all class sessions in order to pass. 17086 CAR F-M 17087 CAR Th-Su 17088 CAR Sa,Su

9am-6pm 9am-6pm 9am-6pm

1/4 4 Staff 3/14 4 Staff 4/27 4 Staff

$225 $225 $225

Lifeguard Training w/Waterpark (Site Based) (16 Yrs & Up)

This one-year certification class is for potential and current City of Plano lifeguard employees only. Certification covers Waterpark Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, Oxygen Administration, and Blood borne Pathogen Training. 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-pound 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. Certification is held by the City of Plano for one year. Early release of certification, to be used at other locations, is available for an additional fee of $130. Employment is not guaranteed upon completion. 16963 OAK Tu-Sa 16988 OAK Tu-Sa 16990 OAK M-Th 16992 OAK Tu-Sa 16994 OAK Tu-Sa 16996 OAK Tu-Sa 16534 TMC Tu-Sa 16537 TMC Tu-Sa 16659 TMC W-Sa 16662 TMC Tu-Sa 16664 TMC Tu-Sa 16666 TMC Tu-Sa

6pm-6pm 1/15 6pm-6pm 2/19 10am-6pm 3/11 6pm-6pm 4/2 6pm-6pm 4/23 6pm-6pm 5/7 8:15pm-6pm 1/8 8:15pm-6pm 2/26 8:15pm-6pm 3/13 8:15pm-6pm 4/9 8:15pm-6pm 4/30 8:15pm-6pm 5/14

6 Staff 6 Staff 4 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff 6 Staff

$95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95 $95

Shallow Water Lifeguard w/Waterpark (Site Based)

This one-year certification class is for potential and current City of Plano lifeguard employees only. Certification covers Waterpark, Shallow Water Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, Oxygen Administration, and Blood borne Pathogen Training. In order to participate in this class, you must pass a pre-course which consists of a 100 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-pound brick from the bottom of 4-5 feet of water and walk or swim it back to the side keeping both hands on the brick. The participant MUST attend all class sessions in order to pass. Certification is held by the City of Plano for one year, early release of certification, to be used at other locations, is available for an additional fee of $130. Employment is not guaranteed. 17078 CAR F-M 17079 CAR Th-Su 17080 CAR Sa,Su

9am-6pm 9am-6pm 9am-6pm

1/4 4 Staff 3/14 4 Staff 4/27 4 Staff

$95 $95 $95

Infant Survival Class The most essential survival swimming skill we will teach your child is to roll from a face down position in the water to a face up independent back float. Infants and toddlers cannot raise their heads to take a breath. These classes are private sessions. Each class is 10 minutes long MondayThursday. For more information contact Cathy Johnson at cjohnson@plano.gov or 972-208-8087.

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Swim Team Prep (6-13 Yrs)

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. 14811 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 1/7 14812 TMC M,W 6:40pm-7:20pm 1/7 14896 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 2/4 14897 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 3/18 14901 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 4/15 14903 TMC M,W 6:40pm-7:20pm 2/4 14904 TMC M,W 6:40pm-7:20pm 3/18 14905 TMC M,W 6:40pm-7:20pm 4/15 14941 TMC Sa 9:30am-10:10am 1/12 14971 TMC Sa 9:30am-10:10am 2/9 14999 TMC Sa 9:30am-10:10am 3/23 15062 TMC Sa 9:30am-10:10am 4/20 15630 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 1/8 15631 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 2/5 15632 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 3/19 15633 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 4/16

Piranhas Spring Conditioning (6-18 Yrs)

The Plano Piranhas is a youth recreational swim team dedicated to providing swimmers with a “taste” of competitive swimming. The Piranhas participate in the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation’s (TAAF) swim meets offered across North Texas throughout the summer season and have the opportunity to compete in TAAF’s Winter Games of Texas in January. Competing in swim meets is not required but encouraged. Swimmers who have not previously participated in Plano Parks & Recreation swim lessons must try out before registering. Any swimmer who has taken Swim Level III or above and is comfortable in deep water may register without a tryout. Please see TAAF eligibility information at the bottom of receipt to confirm eligibility to compete. 13970 13971 13972 13973 13974 13975 13976 13977 13978 13979 13980 13981 13982 13983 13984 13985 13986

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

M 6:40pm-7:25pm 1/21 M 7:30pm-8:15pm 1/21 Tu 6:40pm-7:25pm 1/22 Tu 7:30pm-8:15pm 1/22 W 6:40pm-7:25pm 1/23 W 7:30pm-8:15pm 1/23 Th 6:40pm-7:25pm 1/24 Th 7:30pm-8:15pm 1/24 Sa 9:30am-10:15am 1/26 Sa 10:20am-11:05am 1/26 Sa 11:10am-11:55am 1/26 Sa Noon-12:45pm 1/26 Sa 12:50pm-1:35pm 1/26 Su 10:45am-11:30am 1/27 M-Th 5pm-5:45pm 5/13 M-Th 6pm-6:45pm 5/13 M-Th 7:15pm-8pm 5/13

15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 15 Coach 14 Coach 11 Coach 11 Coach 11 Coach

$79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $79 $75 $59 $59 $59

Piranhas Winter Games (6-18 Yrs)

8 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 4 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff

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

An alternative to Swim Level V and VI, this course focuses on the four competitive strokes as well as 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. 14813 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 14814 TMC M,W 7:30pm-8:10pm 14906 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 14908 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 14909 TMC M,W 5pm-5:40pm 14910 TMC M,W 7:30pm-8:10pm 14911 TMC M,W 7:30pm-8:10pm 14912 TMC M,W 7:30pm-8:10pm 14942 TMC Sa 10:20am-11am 14972 TMC Sa 10:20am-11am 15000 TMC Sa 10:20am-11am 15063 TMC Sa 10:20am-11am 15634 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 15636 TMC T,Th 6:40pm-7:20pm 15639 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 15641 TMC T,Th 6:40pm-7:20pm 15642 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 15643 TMC T,Th 6:40pm-7:20pm 15644 TMC T,Th 5pm-5:40pm 15645 TMC T,Th 6:40pm-7:20pm

1/7 1/7 2/4 3/18 4/15 2/4 3/18 4/15 1/12 2/9 3/23 4/20 1/8 1/8 2/5 2/5 3/19 3/19 4/16 4/16

8 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 4 Staff 5 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 10 Staff 10 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff 8 Staff

These practices are for Piranhas swimmers competing in the Winter Games of Texas in Pearland January 18-20, 2019. Practices will consist of conditioning, stroke refinement, and drills. Swimmers MUST participate in the Winter Games of Texas in order to attend practices in January in compliance with TAAF rules. 13967 TMC M-Th 7:30pm-8:15pm 1/2

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$75 $75 $85 $75 $75 $85 $75 $75 $49 $55 $49 $49 $75 $85 $75 $75

$85

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AQUATICS

AQUATICS

Synchronized Swimming/Water Ballet (6-10 Yrs)

This is a beginning water ballet course that introduces the basics such as stretching, basic modified strokes, egg beater kicks, sculling techniques and tricks! To enter this class you must be a strong swimmer and be comfortable in deep water. Students’ skills will be evaluated the first day. 15799 OAK Sa 15802 OAK Sa

10:55am-11:55am 2/9 10:55am-11:55am 4/20

5 Staff 4 Staff

$85 $75

Synchronized Swimming/Water Ballet (11 Yrs-Adult) 15781 OAK Sa 9:45am-10:45am 2/9 5 Staff 15788 OAK Sa 9:45am-10:45am 4/20 4 Staff

$85 $75

Water Safety Instructor (16 Yrs & Up)

3/7 4/18

4 Staff 4 Staff

$190 $190

TMC’s Aquatic Treasure Hunt (3 & Under)

Not all treasure is buried! Join us for an outdoor aquatic treasure hunt with toys for all age groups in pool depths ranging from one to 3.5 feet deep. Each participant will receive a mesh bag for collecting treasure. Families with participants in multiple age groups should register for the oldest child’s age group and toys for younger siblings will be available in appropriate depth areas. A responsible adult in a swim suit is required to directly supervise all children less than 7 years old within arm’s reach in the water. 15292 TMC Sa 9:30am-10:15am 5/18 1 Staff

TMC’s Aquatic Treasure Hunt (7 & Under) 15293 TMC Sa

10:30am-11:15am 5/18

1 Staff

TMC’s Aquatic Treasure Hunt (11 & Under) 15294 TMC Sa

11:30am-12:15pm 5/18

1 Staff

$5 $5

Need something to do this spring break? Come enjoy swim lessons, water games, crafts, playground games and so much more! A new craft will be completed each day. Please bring a lunch, change of clothes, tennis shoes, swim suit and towel.

972-941-7250

3/11 5 Staff

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

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

$125

6:00P

Mar 18

14152

*Apr 15

14155

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:45A

6:00P

Jan 7

15162

15174

*Feb 4

15163

15175

Mar 18 15164

15176

Apr 15

15177

15165

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:45A

6:00P

Jan 8

15166

15178

*Feb 5

15167

15180

Mar 19 15168

15181

Apr 16

15182

15169

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

$5

TMC’s Spring Break Camp 15834 TMC M-F 9am-1pm

Waterbabies/Watertots (6 Mos-3 Yrs)

Start Date

This course certifies participants to teach Red Cross swimming courses to infants through adults. Bring a one-inch notebook on the first day of class to hold your Instructor manual. Bring a swimsuit, towel, and dry change of clothes to all class sessions. The pre-course will be at the start of the first class. To pass the pre-course, participants must tread water and back float in deep water for 1 minute and swim 25 yards of the following strokes at a level IV ability or higher: front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and sidestroke. To pass and obtain certification, instructor candidates must attend and participate in all class sessions, complete all assigned practice teaches and lesson plans, demonstrate competency in all required skills and activities, and pass a final written exam with a minimum score of 80 percent (40 out of 50 multiple choice questions). Questions? Email emilyn@plano.gov. 13962 TMC Th-Su 5pm-6pm 13963 TMC Th-Su 5pm-6pm

Preschool

Start Date

11:15A

Jan 12

15170

*Feb 9

15171

Mar 23

15172

Apr 20

15173

Plano Aquatic Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date

11:15A

* Feb 9

15979

Apr 20

15980

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Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks ( 10 classes) $55

Start Date 9:30A

Start Date 9:10A

9:50A

10:30A

11:10A

Jan 7

16073

Jan12

13754

13755

13756

13757

*Feb 4

16074

*Feb 9

13850

13851

13852

13853

Mar 18 16075

Mar 23 13857

13858

13859

13860

Apr 15

*Apr 20 13864

13865

13866

13867

16076

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:50P

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 8

14943

Jan 7

16198

16202

16206

16110

16214

16218

16341

*Feb 5

15552

*Feb 4

16199

16203

16207

16211

16215

16219

16342

Mar 19

15554

Mar 18 16200

16204

16208

16212

16216

16220

16343

Apr 16

15555

Apr 15

16205

16209

16213

16217

16221

16344

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:30A Jan 12

14782

*Feb 9

14973

16201

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 8

16223

16230

16235

16239

16243

16247

16251

*Feb 5

16225

16232

16236

16240

16244

16248

16252

Mar 23 15001

Mar 19 16226

16233

16237

16241

16245

16249

16253

Apr 20

Apr 16

16234

16238

16242

16246

16250

16254

15064

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

Preschool Swimming (3-5 Yrs)

Learning how to swim is fun, but did you know this lifelong skill benefits children in many other ways? Becoming a good swimmer can also help improve your child’s strength and coordination and their overall self-esteem. Each participant will be assessed on the first day of class and each child will be placed in the skill-appropriate group to ensure comfort and success. Skill range will vary from first time swimmers to those swimming independently. Students will be in the water for approximately 30 minutes.

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 **Mon & Wed / 4 wks (7 classes) $69 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks ( 10 classes) $85 Start Date

16228

Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jan 12

16255

16259

16345

*Feb 9

16256

16260

16346

Mar 23

16257

16261

16347

Apr 20

16258

16262

16348

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs/ 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

5:15P

6:05P

6:50P

7:35P

Jan 8

16628

16629

16630

15701

15698

15699

15701

*Feb 5

16631

16632

16633

15706

15703

15705

15706

5:10P

5:50P

6:30P

**Jan 7

13639

13640

13641

Mar 19 16634

16635

16636

15712

15709

15711

15712

*Feb 4

13847

13848

13849

Apr 16

16637

16638

16639

15718

15715

15717

15718

Mar 18

13854

13855

13856

*Apr 15

13861

13862

13863

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Plano Aquatic Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jan 12

15966

15967

15968

*Feb 9

15969

15970

15971

Mar 23 15973

15974

15975

Apr 20

15977

15978

15976

Start Date

10:20A

5:00P

5:50P

6:40P

Jan 7

16067

14792

14793

14794

*Feb 4

16068

14839

14842

14846

Mar 18

16069

14840

14843

14847

Apr 15

16071

14841

14844

14848

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 5:00P

5:50P

6:40P

Jan 8

15539

15540

15541

*Feb 5

15542

15543

15544

Mar 19

15545

15546

15547

Apr 16

15548

15549

15550

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 8:40A

9:30A

10:20A

11:10A

Jan 12

14924

14925

14926

14927

*Feb 9

14954

14955

14956

14957

Mar 23 14982

14983

14984

14985

Apr 20

15046

15047

15048

15045

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.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

Start Date

Youth

Private Swim Lessons (3 Yrs & Up) One on one intense and individualized swim classes at Plano Aquatic Center, Carpenter Park, Oak Point and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Centers catered to the specialized needs of student. Times and dates catered to student’s schedule. Please call 972-769-4325 (PAC), 972-208-8218 (CAR), 972-941-7684 (OAK) or 972-769-4417 (TMC) for more information.

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 **Mon & Wed / 5 wks ( 10 classes) $85 *Mon & Wed / 4 wks (7 classes) $69 Start Date

5:10P

6:00P

6:50P

*Jan 7

13781

13782

13784

**Feb 4

13874

13875

13876

Mar 18

13895

13896

13897

**Apr 15

13906

13907

13908

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 4 wks ( 5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:10A

10:00A

10:50A

Jan 12

13796

13797

13799

*Feb 9

13877

13878

13879

Mar 23 13892

13893

13894

*Apr 20 13909

13910

13911

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 7

15312

15316

15320

15324

*Feb 4

15313

15317

15321

15325

Mar 18

15314

15318

15322

15326

Apr 15

15315

15319

15323

15327

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 8

15409

15413

15417

15421

*Feb 5

15410

15414

15418

15422

Mar 19

15411

15415

15419

15423

Apr 16

15412

15416

15420

15424

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Swim Level III Stroke Development (6-12 Yrs)

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

Jan 12

15425

15429

*Feb 9

15426

15430

Mar 23

15427

15431

Apr 20

15428

15432

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

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs/ 5 wks (10 classes) $85

13788

13789

13890

13891

15798

Mar 18

13898

13899

13900

15806

**Apr 15

13912

13913

13914

*Feb 5

15801

15804

Mar 19

15808

15810

15811

Apr 11

15812

15813

15814

6:50P

7:35P

15797

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 5:00P

5:50P

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 7

14795

14796

14797

14798

*Feb 4

14849

14854

14858

14861

Mar 18

14850

14855

14859

14862

Apr 15

14851

14856

14860

14863

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 5:00P

5:50P

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 8

15556

15558

15559

15560

*Feb 5

15561

15562

15563

15564

Mar 19

15565

15566

15568

15569

Apr 16

15570

15571

15572

15573

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 11:10A

Jan 12

14928

14929

14930

*Feb 9

14958

14959

14960

Mar 23 14986

14987

14988

Apr 20

15050

15051

26

15049

6:50P

13889

15795

10:20A

6:00P

13787

Jan 8

Start Date 9:30A

5:10P

*Jan 7

6:05P

Start Date

Start Date **Feb 4

Start Date

Start Date

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 **Mon & Wed / 5 wks ( 10 classes) $85 *Mon & Wed / 4 wks ( 7 classes)$69

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks ( 4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks ( 5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:20A

10:10A

11:00A

Jan 12

13868

13869

13870

*Feb 9

13889

13890

13891

Mar 23 13886

13887

13888

*Apr 20 13915

13916

13917

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 7

15497

15501

15505

15509 15510

*Feb 4

15498

15502

15506

Mar 18

15499

15503

15507

15511

Apr 15

15500

15504

15508

15512

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 8

15513

15518

15522

15527

*Feb 5

15514

15519

15523

15528

Mar 19

15515

15520

15525

15529

Apr 16

15516

15521

15526

15530

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Swim Level IV Stroke Improvement (6-12 Yrs)

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

Jan 12

15531

15535

*Feb 9

15532

15536

Mar 23

15533

15537

Apr 20

15534

15538

The objective of Level IV is for students to develop confidence, 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.

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

6:05P

6:50P

7:35P

Jan 8

15869

15870

15871

*Feb 5

15872

15873

15874

Mar 19

15875

15876

15877

Apr 16

15880

15881

15882

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:00P

5:50P

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 7

14799

14800

14801

14802

*Feb 4

15003

15006

15009

15012

Mar 18

15004

15007

15010

15013

Apr 15

15005

15008

15011

15014

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:00P

5:50P

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 8

15015

15016

15017

15018

*Feb 5

15019

15020

15021

15022

Mar 19

15023

15024

15025

15026

Apr 16

15575

15576

15577

15578

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:30A

10:20A

11:10A

Jan 12

14931

14932

14933

*Feb 9

14961

14962

14963

Mar 23 14989

14990

14991

Apr 20

15053

15054

15052

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 **Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 *Mon & Wed / 4 wks ( 7 classes) $69 Start Date

5:10P

6:00P

6:50P

*Jan 7

13791

13793

13794

**Feb 4

13918

13919

13920

Mar 18

13924

13925

13926

**Apr 15

13903

13904

13905

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks ( 4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks ( 5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:20A

10:10A

11:00A

Jan 12

13871

13872

13873

*Feb 9

13921

13922

13923

Mar 23 13927

13928

13929

*Apr 20 13930

13931

13932

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 7

16054

16063

16082

16086

*Feb 4

16056

16065

16083

16087

Mar 18

16058

16072

16084

16088

Apr 15

16059

16077

16085

16090

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 8

16092

16106

16154

16158

*Feb 5

16093

16108

16155

16159

Mar 19

16095

16152

16156

16160

Apr 16

16097

16153

16157

16161

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Swim Level V Stroke Refinement (6-12 Yrs)

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

Jan 12

16162

16166

*Feb 9

16163

16167

Mar 23

16164

16168

Apr 20

16165

16169

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 Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

6:05P

6:50P

7:35P

Jan 8

15942

15973

15944

*Feb 5

15945

15946

15947

Mar 19

15948

15949

15950

Apr 16

15951

15952

15953

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:50P

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 7

14803

14804

14805

14806

*Feb 4

14871

14873

14875

14877

Mar 18

14867

14868

14869

14870

Apr 15

14872

14874

14876

14878

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 5:50P

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 8

15579

15580

15581

15582

*Feb 5

15583

15584

15585

15586

Mar 19

15587

15588

15589

15590

Apr 16

15591

15592

15593

15594

Start Date 9:30A

10:20A

11:10A

Jan 12

14934

14935

14936

*Feb 9

14964

14965

14966

Mar 23 14992

14993

14994

Apr 20

15056

15057

15055

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5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 7

16107

16170

16174

16178

*Feb 4

16109

16171

16175

16179

Mar 18

16110

16172

16176

16180

Apr 15

16111

16173

16177

16181

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 5:15P

6:00P

6:45P

7:30P

Jan 8

16182

16186

16190

16194

*Feb 5

16183

16187

16191

16195

Mar 19

16184

16188

16192

16196

Apr 16

16185

16189

16193

16197

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:00P

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

Start Date

Start Date

5:00P

Start Date

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

6:50P

7:35P

Jan 8

15954

15955

*Feb 5

15957

15956

Mar 19

15958

15959

Apr 16

15960

15961

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:50P

7:30P

Jan 7

14807

14808

*Feb 4

14879

14882

Mar 18

14880

14883

Apr 15

14881

14884

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Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:50P

7:30P

Jan 8

15595

15596

*Feb 5

15597

15598

Mar 19

15599

15600

Apr 16

15601

15602

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

Private Swim Lessons (3 Yrs & Up) One on one intense and individualized swim classes at Plano Aquatic Center, Carpenter Park, Oak Point and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Centers catered to the specialized needs of student. Times and dates catered to student’s schedule. Please call 972-769-4325 (PAC), 972-208-8218 (CAR), 972-941-7684 (OAK) or 972-769-4417 (TMC) for more information.

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

Start Date 9:30A

11:10A

Jan 12

14937

14938

*Feb 9

14967

14968

Mar 23 14995

14996

Start Date

Apr 20

15059

Jan 8

15962

*Feb 5

15963

Mar 19

15964

Apr 16

15965

15058

Swim Level VI Skill Proficiency (6-12 Yrs)

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.

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

7:30P

Jan 7

16094

*Feb 4

16096

Mar 18

16098

Apr 15

16100

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

7:30P

Jan 8

16102

*Feb 5

16103

Mar 19

16104

Apr 16

16105

6:50P

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:50P

7:30P

Jan 7

14809

14810

*Feb 4

14885

14888

Mar 18

14886

14889

Apr 15

14887

14890

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

5:50P

Jan 8

15603

7:30P

*Feb 5

15605

15606

Mar 19

15607

15608

Apr 16

15609

15610

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:30A

11:10A

Jan 12

14939

14940

*Feb 9

14969

14970

Mar 23 14997

14998

Apr 20

15061

15060

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Swim Levels II-IV (6-12 Yrs)

Skills will be assessed on the first day of class and children will be grouped accordingly.

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

11:15A

Jan 7

16051

*Feb 4

16052

Mar 18

16053

Apr 15

16055

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

10:30A

Jan 8

16060

*Feb 5

16061

Mar 19

16089

Apr 16

16091

Adult

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.

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

Jan 12

16267

16271

*Feb 9

16268

16272

Mar 23

16269

16273

Apr 20

16270

16274

Plano Aquatic Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date

10:45A

11:50A

Jan 12

15992

15993

*Feb 9

15995

15994

Mar 23

15996

15997

Apr 20

15998

15999

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Adult Beginners Swimming (13 Yrs-Adult)

This class is for ages 13 to adult who have never had lessons or are not comfortable in deep water. Students will be taught the following skills: rhythmic breathing, front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke.

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Sat / 8 wks (8 classes) $75 Start Date 9:00A Jan 12

13901

Mar 23 13902

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

10:30A

6:45P

8:15P

Jan 7

15183

15225

15230

*Feb 4

15193

15226

15231

Mar 18

15195

15227

15232

Apr 15

15196

15228

15233

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

11:15A

6:45P

8:15P

Jan 8

15197

15236

15240

*Feb 5

15200

15237

15241

Mar 19

15205

15238

15242

Apr 16

15207

15239

15249

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Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date

11:15A

Jan 12

15208

*Feb 9

15210

Mar 23

15215

Apr 20

15217

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

6:40P

7:30P

Jan 8

15650

15652

*Feb 5

15653

15654

Mar 19

15656

15657

Apr 16

15658

15659

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

8:20P

Start D

10:20A

11:10A

Jan 8

15684

Jan 12

14920

14921

*Feb 5

15685

*Feb 9

14950

14951

Mar 19

15687

Mar 23

14978

14979

Apr 16

15688

Apr 20

15041

15042

Plano Aquatic Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date 9:45A

10:30A

11:15A

Jan 12

15981

15983

15984

*Feb 9

15985

15986

Mar 23 15987

15988

Apr 20

15991

15990

Adult Beginner Swimming – Intro to Deep Water

This class is for adults who are comfortable swimming in shallow water and want to develop comfort in deep water. Participants will practice basic aquatic skills while swimming in deep water with the ultimate goal of swimming safely and independently in deep water.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

15989

Adult Beginners Swimming-Intro to Shallow Water

This course is for adults with little to no aquatic experience. Participants will learn basic aquatic skills including exhaling to prevent swallowing water, floating, gliding, and basic arm and leg movements. Class will be held in water 3.5 feet deep.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

10:30A

6:40P

7:30P

Start Date

8:15P

Jan 7

14788

*Feb 4

14826

Mar 18

14827

Apr 15

14828

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

8:15P

Jan 7

16078

14789

14790

Jan 8

15662

*Feb 4

16079

14829

14833

*Feb 5

15663

Mar 18

16080

14830

14834

Mar 19

15664

Apr 15

16081

14832

14835

Apr 16

15665

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Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

10:20A

Start Date

Jan 12

14919

Jan 8

15667

*Feb 9

14949

*Feb 5

15668

Mar 23

14977

Mar 19

15670

Apr 20

15040

Apr 16

15671

Start Date

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.

Oak Point Recreation Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

8:15P

Jan 8

15254

*Feb 5

15255

Mar 19

15256

Apr 16

15257

8:15P

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55 Start Date

10:20A

Jan 12

14922

*Feb 9

14952

Mar 23

14980

Apr 20

15043

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.

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85

Oak Point Recreation Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $49 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $55

Start Date

8:15P

Start Date

11:15A

Jan 12

15258

Jan 7

15262

*Feb 9

15259

*Feb 4

15264

Mar 23

15260

Mar 18

15265

Apr 20

15261

Apr 15

15266

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

8:15P

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $75 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $85 Start Date

8:20P

Jan 8

15689

Jan 7

14791

*Feb 4

14836

*Feb 5

15690

Mar 18

14837

Mar 19

15691

Apr 15

14838

Apr 16

15693

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

Please see list of classes that allow drop-ins (look for the fitness symbol shown next to the class title). Subject to availability. Call the center you are interested in to check on class availability.

Deep Water Aerobics

This is a great way to exercise in the water! The class will concentrate on endurance, aerobics, and flexibility using water resistance. (Deep water classes require a buoyancy belt be worn and that the participant be comfortable in multi-depth water).

Oak Point Recreation Center *Mon / Wed / Fri / 3 wks (8 classes) $45 Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 **Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date 8:00A

15272

**Feb 4 15268

15273

Mar 18 15269

15274

Apr 15

15270

15275

*May 13 15271

15276

Start Date

7:35P

Jan 7

15287

**Feb 4

15288

Mar 18

15289

Apr 15

15290

*May 13

15291

Oak Point Recreation Center *Tues & Thurs / 3 wks (6 classes) $35 Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $55 9:00A

10:00A

Jan 8

15277

15282

**Feb 5

15278

15283

Mar 19

15279

15284

Apr 16

15280

15285

*May 14

15281

15286

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9:00A

Jan 7

16130

10:00A

*Feb 4

16132

Mar 18

16134

16135

Apr 15

16136

16137

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

9:00A

10:00A

7:35P

Jan 8

16138

16737

16500

*Feb 5

16140

16141

16492

Mar 19

16142

16143

16494

Apr 16

16144

16145

16497

Plano Aquatic Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $25 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $29 Start Date

Oak Point Recreation Center *Mon & Wed 3 wks (5 classes) $29 Mon & Wed 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Mon & Wed 5 wks (10 classes) $55

Start Date

Start Date

9:00A

15267

Jan 7

Plano Aquatic Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69

9:35A

Jan 12

16017

*Feb 9

16018

Mar 23

16019

Apr 20

16020

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date 9:00A Jan 7

15826

*Feb 4

15827

Mar 18 15828 Apr 15

15829

Private Swim Lessons (3 Yrs & Up) One on one intense and individualized swim classes at Plano Aquatic Center, Carpenter Park, Oak Point and Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Centers catered to the specialized needs of student. Times and dates catered to student’s schedule. Please call 972-769-4325 (PAC), 972-208-8218 (CAR), 972-941-7684 (OAK) or 972-769-4417 (TMC) for more information.

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Shallow Water Aerobics

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

Oak Point Recreation Center *Mon / Wed / Fri / 3 wks (8 classes) $45 Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 **Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Thurs / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date 9:00A Jan 8

16122

*Feb 5

16124

16125

16486

16127

16488

Apr 16

16129

16490

16128

Plano Aquatic Center Sat / 4 wks (4 classes) $25 *Sat / 5 wks (5 classes) $29

Jan 7

15735

**Feb 4

15737

Mar 18

15739

Start Date 9:35A

Apr 15

15740 15742

Jan 12

16021

*May 13

*Feb 9

16022

Mar 23 16023

Oak Point Recreation Center *Mon & Wed 3 wks (5 classes) $29 Mon & Wed 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Mon & Wed 5 wks (10 classes) $55

Apr 20

16024

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69

6:30P

7:30P

Jan 7

15749

15754

Start Date

10:00A

**Feb 4

15750

15755

Jan 7

15830

Mar 18

15751

15756

*Feb 4

15831

Apr 15

15752

15757

Mar 18

15832

*May 13

15753

15758

Apr 15

15833

Oak Point Recreation Center *Tues & Thurs / 3 wks (6 classes) $35 Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $55 Start Date

9:00A

7:35P 16503

Mar 19 16126

9:00A

Start Date

10:00A

6:30P

7:30P

Jan 8

15744

15759

15764

**Feb 5

15745

15760

15765

Mar 19

15746

15761

15766

Apr 16

15747

15762

15767

*May 14

15748

15763

15768

Aqua Beats (13 Yrs & Up)

This feel good workout fuses dance music themes creating a fun fitness routine with fast and slow rhythms for fat burning and total body toning while in the water. Instructors will bring their unique dance style to class routines. This class is a low impact activity while providing a cardio and total body workout. No dance experience necessary.

Plano Aquatic Center Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 Start Date

10:00A

Jan 8

16290

Plano Aquatic Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date 9:00A Jan 7

16025

10:00A

*Feb 4

16116

Mar 18

16118

16119

Apr 15

16120

16121

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Aqua Boot Camp

This water-based fitness program provides the benefits of a pool with little to no impact on the joints while helping to expand one’s lung capacity. Experience the benefits of weight and resistance training aquatics style! This class provides a rigorous cross training of swimming, water polo, water aerobics and traditional strength/cardiovascular training. Participants should be comfortable in deep water and able to swim 25 yards freestyle.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date

10:00A

Jan 7

15822

*Feb 4

15823

Mar 18

15824

Apr 15

15825

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

10:00A

Jan 8

15818

*Feb 5

15819

Mar 19

15820

Apr 16

15821

This class features low to moderate intensity exercises designed to maintain and improve muscular strength and endurance as well as flexibility, balance and coordination. Designed for individuals experiencing joint pain and fatigue caused by rheumatic diseases, injuries, and/or other medical or physical limitations.

Plano Aquatic Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 *Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date

10:05A

Jan 7

16288

*Feb 4

16728

Aquatic Strength & Flexibility

This class is a low to moderate workout featuring core training, toning, flexibility and balance work with a splash of aerobic level activities. It is designed for all fitness levels.

Oak Point Recreation Center Mon / Wed / Fri / 3 wks (8 classes) $45 Mon / Wed / Fri / 4 wks (12 classes) $59 Mon / Wed / Fri / 5 wks (15 classes) $69 Start Date

10:00A

Jan 7

15774

**Feb 4

15775

Mar 18

15776

Apr 15

15777

*May 13

15778

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Arthritis Water Aerobics

Carpenter Park Recreation Center *Mon & Wed 4 wks (7 classes) $39 Mon & Wed 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Mon & Wed 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

10:00A

*Jan 7

14162

**Feb 4

14163

Mar 18

14164

**Apr 15

14165

Oak Point Recreation Center *Tues & Thurs / 3 wks (6 classes) $35 Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Tues & Thurs / 4 wks (8 classes) $55 Start Date

10:00A

Jan 8

15769

**Feb 5

15770

Mar 19

15771

Apr 16

15772

*May 14

15773

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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 workout. You will use the force of the indoor lazy river for all around cardio and strength conditioning.

Carpenter Park Recreation Center *Mon & Wed / 4 wks (7 classes) $39 Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 **Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

7:30P

*Jan 7

14166

**Feb 4

14167

Mar 18

14168

**Apr 15

14169

Carpenter Park Recreation Center Tues & Fri / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tues & Fri / 5 wks ( 10 classes) $55 Start Date 8:00A Jan 8

14170

*Feb 4

14171

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

Mar 18 14172 *Apr 15 14173

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date 8:00A

6:35P

Jan 7

15672

15677

*Feb 4

15673

15679

Mar 18 15674

15681

Apr 15

15682

15675

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

Water Pilates

6:35P

Jan 8

15791

*Feb 5

15792

Mar 19

15793

Apr 16

15796

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Tue & Thu / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Tue & Thu / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

15803

*Feb 5

15805

Mar 19

15807

Apr 16

15809

Weights & Water-NEW

This 75-minute strength and cardio combination class incorporates 45 minutes of strength exercises designed to sculpt your body while improving balance, range of motion, and core with a clever assortment of fitness props and weights followed by 30 minutes of aggressive river aerobics. This workout is great for athletes recovering from an injury as well as those who have mild back or hip disabilities but would still like a challenging workout.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center Mon & Wed / 4 wks (8 classes) $45 *Mon & Wed / 5 wks (10 classes) $55 Start Date

36 36

9:00A

Jan 8

7:35P

Jan 7

16112

*Feb 4

16113

Mar 18

16114

Apr 15

16115

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ATHLETICS/ADULT SPORTS

Spring Adult Coed Kickball League

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 website at planoparks.org (Athletics/ Adult Sports). Registration packets are available under the respective sports listings. Registrations can be submitted in person at our office at Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center or by e-mail at adultsports@plano.gov.

ADULT SPORTS

Spring Adult Softball Leagues

Spring adult softball leagues begin on Monday, Feb. 25 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 Coed 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, Coed A, Men’s Recreational, and Coed Recreational divisions is $365 for an 8-game season. Teams may register for an open Tune-up tournament scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 16, for $175. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Friday, Jan. 4 - Friday, Jan. 25 at the Adult Sports office at the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Late registration is Saturday, Jan. 26 - Friday, Feb. 1. Registrations can also be submitted by email to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/adultsports.

Spring Adult Flag Football Leagues

Spring adult 8 x 8 flag football Men’s leagues will be offered on Tuesday evenings, and Coed leagues will be offered on Thursday evenings beginning the week of Monday, Feb. 11. 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 single-elimination playoff at no additional cost. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Friday, Jan. 4 - Friday, Jan. 25 at the Adult Sports office at the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Late registration is Saturday, Jan. 26 - Friday, Feb. 1. Registrations can also be submitted by email to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be no online registration. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/adultsports.

Spring adult coed kickball will be offered on Wednesday evenings beginning the week of Monday, Feb. 25. 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 Friday, Jan. 4-Friday, Feb. 1 at the Adult Sports office at the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Late registration is Saturday, Feb. 2 - Friday, Feb. 8. Registrations can also be submitted by email to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be no online registration. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/adultsports. Late registration is Saturday, Feb. 2 - Friday, Feb. 8.

Summer Adult Softball Leagues

Summer adult softball leagues begin on Monday, May 20 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 Coed 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, Coed A, Men’s Recreational, and Coed 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, July 27, for $175. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Friday, April 5 - Friday, April 26 at the Adult Sports office at the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd, and also from 6:30 pm-10 pm at Heritage Yards when games are being played. Late registration is Saturday, April 27 - Friday, May 3. Registrations can also be submitted by email to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/adultsports.

Summer Adult Flag Football Leagues

Summer adult 8 x 8 flag football Men’s leagues will be offered on Tuesday evenings, and Coed leagues will be offered on Thursday evenings beginning the week of Monday, May 20. 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 single-elimination playoff at no additional cost. Registration hours are from 8am–5pm on Friday, April 12 - Friday, May 3 at the Adult Sports office at the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Late registration is Saturday, May 4 - Friday, May 10. Registrations can also be submitted by email to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/adultsports.

Summer Adult Coed Kickball Leagues

Summer adult coed kickball will be offered on Wednesday evenings beginning the week of Monday, May 20. 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–5 pm on Friday, April 12 - Friday, May 3 at the Adult Sports office at the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center, 5901 Los Rios Blvd. Late registration is Saturday, May 4 - Friday, May 10. Registrations can also be submitted by email to adultsports@plano.gov. There will be NO ONLINE REGISTRATION. All league documents can be accessed at planoparks.org/adultsports.

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ATHLETICS/ADULT SPORTS ADULT ATHLETICS

ATHLETICS

Athletic Operations & Services

Athletic Operations and Services functions within the Plano Parks and Recreation Department. Athletic Operations provides administration in planning, developing, improving, renovating, and coordinating the scheduled use of 15 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

McCreary Sports Fields

Carpenter Park

High Point Park

Old Shepard’s Place Park

Championship Youth Ballpark

Hoblitzelle Park

Preston Meadow Park

Cheyenne Park

Horseshoe Park

Russell Creek Park

Enfield Park

Jack Carter Park

Schell Park

Sports Partnerships in the Community

Plano Parks and Recreation 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, Plano-based, 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 $7 to $9 per hour for field use, $20-$40 per hour for field 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 Aerobats 972-208-8187 planoparks.org

Plano Youth Soccer 972-422-7972 pysa.org

Plano Sports Authority 972-208-5437 psaplano.org

Plano Table Tennis 214-641-5167 planottc.com

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

TNT Premier Baseball 214-316-3915

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Plano Lacrosse 214-563-5107 planolacrosse.com

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

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

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 972-941-5413 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 10 am – 2 pm, 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 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 and league rentals 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 Jamison Womack............................Assistant Professional Danny Diaz ....................................Assistant Professional Eli Weaver........................................Assistant Professional Pecan Hollow is an outstanding 18-hole, 7026 yard championship golf course with mini-verde greens and 5 sets of tees to offer a challenge for every level of golfer. Throughout our golf course, you will find impeccable conditions, beauty, fast greens that roll true and smooth and white sand bunkers guarding greens and fairways. The course includes a five-hole short course with the same grass as the course and three sand bunkers and is a great area to work on your wedge game or bring the kids. These holes and the driving range are lighted. Preserving the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program certification, the course includes 40 acres of native areas and 400 new trees to promote wildlife presence and reduce maintenance costs. The irrigation system allows the City to use reclaimed water instead of drinking water. The course is also equipped with dressing rooms, a well-stocked pro shop and full-service food and beverage. Come play Pecan Hollow and enjoy the best fairways and greens!

Hours of Operation Open Tuesday – Sunday Daylight - Dusk RATES: Weekdays (Tuesday-Friday) Before 12pm.…..................................……………..$41 After 12pm..............................................................$35 After 2pm................................................................$27 After 4pm................................................................$19 Seniors 60+ and Juniors 17 and under...................$33 (Tuesday-Thursday, Friday before 9 a.m.) Weekends Before 12pm….……................................………... After 12pm............................................................. After 2pm............................................................... After 4pm...............................................................

$56 $44 $31 $19

Senior Punch Card 14 rounds with cart Tues. - Fri. $392 ($28 per round) Prices with cart, tax included Club Rentals - Callaway 18 holes .................................................................$35 Driving Range Small Bucket (40 balls).............................................$5 Large Bucket (80 balls).............................................$9 Jumbo Bucket (160 balls).........................................$15 Short Course Day pass...................................................................$5 Large Bucket and Short Course.............................$12

Player Development • • •

Unlimited range balls and short course Discounted golf after super twilight Individual and family plans

Call the pro shop at 972-941-7600 for more details!

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES How to Read the Activity/Course Information

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 certified instructor. All equipment will be supplied. Space is limited. 15358 NRC

W

5:30pm-6:30pm

3/27

4 Kimbrell

$75

The title of the course is BEGINNER ARCHERY. The Course Code is 15358, and it meets at OAK POINT NATURE & RETREAT CENTER on WEDNESDAYS from 5:30PM-6:30PM, begins MARCH 27, meets 4 times, the instructor is KIMBRELL, and the fee for this course is $75. ARB = Arbor Hills Nature Preserve BWS = Bob Woodruff South NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center OPP = Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve

Outdoor Activities

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 certified instructor. All equipment will be supplied. Space is limited. 15358 NRC W 15359 NRC W

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

3/27 5/1

4 Kimbrell 4 Kimbrell

$75 $75

Archery (Int) (10 Yrs & Up)

If you enjoyed the beginning archery class, then you will enjoy this one much more. The course is set up for those archers who have completed our beginning archery class. No other type of beginning archery class will qualify. Archers will practice on improving their overall archery skills. 15360 NRC W 15361 NRC W

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

3/27 5/1

4 Kimbrell 4 Kimbrell

$75 $75

Easter Egg Hound Hunt (All Ages)

Join us for this egg-cellent spring event! Owners will have great fun as dogs enjoy sniffing out doggie-treat filled Easter Eggs at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. Will your dog find one of the Golden Eggs and win a special prize? Dogs must be on non-retractable leashes (sixfoot max) and under their owner's control at all times. Dogs must have current tags. You may sign up two dogs per person. Owners must be 16 years old or older. No more than two dogs per person will be allowed. 15893 OPP Sa

9am-10am

4/13

1 Staff

$9

Family Camp Out

Join us at Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve for an evening of outdoor games, nature walks, story-telling near the fire, s'mores, and family fun! Price is per tent-site. Limit 5 people per site. Meals will be included! We'll have burgers and hotdogs for dinner and pancakes for breakfast. A minimum number of tents are available to rent from the Parks and Recreation Department. Please call 972-941-5403 to rent one on a firstcome, first-serve basis. 15367 NRC Sa-Su 3:30pm-10am

2 Staff

$35

Geocaching (6 Yrs & Up)

Geocaching is a high-tech, treasure-hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with a global positioning system (GPS). Learn the basics of a GPS and how to use one to locate geocaches within Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. GPS units are provided. 15365 OPP Sa 15366 OPP Sa

9am-11am 9am-11am

3/30 4/27

1 DeLozier 1 DeLozier

$5 $5

Introduction to Kayaking (13 Yrs & Up)

Come on out to the Oak Point Nature & Retreat Center to learn the basics of kayaking and the benefits it can provide. We 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 swim ability to participate. 16890 NRC Su 16921 NRC Su

40

3/30

10am-Noon 10am-Noon

4/7 4/28

1 Staff 1 Staff

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$45 $45


OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Outdoor Education

Arbor Hills Adventure

Come out and explore the natural wonders of Arbor Hills Nature Preserve! A Texas Master Naturalist will guide you along the way. Each month will be a different theme. Please register if you plan on attending. Children 12 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. 15354 15355 15356 15357 15894

ARB ARB ARB ARB ARB

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

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

1/12 2/9 3/9 4/13 5/11

1 1 1 1 1

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

FREE FREE 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! 15362 15363 15364 15382 15383

NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

5:30pm-7pm 6pm-7:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-9pm 7:30pm-9pm

1/19 2/16 3/16 4/20 5/18

1 1 1 1 1

Roome Roome Roome Roome Roome

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

Hooked on Fishing (6-12 Yrs) Kayaking Fitness (12 Yrs & Up)

You'll have fun paddling your way to better shape in this one of a kind fitness class! You will learn basic paddling skills and safety before taking on the course, building up your endurance and cardio to race yourself, your friends, and the pro! All equipment provided. 16923 NRC Su

1pm-2:30pm

5/5

3 Staff

$139

Qigong & Sacred Sound (16 Yrs & Up)

Bring your yoga mat and join us for a relaxing evening of guided meditation using a holistic system of coordinated body postures, movement, breathing and soothing sounds. 17081 17082 17083 17084 17085

NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC

W W W W W

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

1/16 2/20 3/20 4/17 5/15

1 1 1 1 1

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$25 $25 $25 $25 $25

Training for Your First Triathlon (16 Yrs & Up)

Did you know that most triathlons are called sprints and are quite attainable? Let our triathlon pioneer guide you through this exciting endeavor from a personal evaluation and training program to staying motivated to the finish line and on to better health! 16924 NRC Th 16926 NRC Th

6:30pm-8pm 6:30pm-8pm

1/24 3/7

4 Eder 4 Eder

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! 15368 NRC Sa

9am-10:30am

4/13

1 Stephens

$5

Hooked on Fishing Clinic (6 -12 Yrs)

Want to fish, but don't know how to get started? Come visit with a TPWD Certified Angler Instructor who will show you what you need to catch a fish! Transition through each station to learn about fish habitat, equipment, safety, and how to cast. Then we'll head to the water to test the new found knowledge! 15369 NRC Sa

9am-1pm

5/11

1 Stephens

$9

City of Plano Plano Parks and Recreation

$59 $59

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Trips

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.

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

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. 15374 15375 15376 15377 15378 15379 15380 15381 15878 15879

NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC NRC

W W W W W W W W W W

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

1/9 1/16 2/13 2/20 3/13 3/20 4/10 4/17 5/8 5/15

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark Clark

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

Wilderness & Remote First Aid (14 Yrs & Up)

This fast paced, hands-on training is designed to meet the needs of trip leaders, camp staff, outdoor enthusiasts or individuals working in remote locations. Gain insights essential for caring for someone who has become ill or injured far from definitive medical care. Learning takes place both in the classroom and in outdoor settings regardless of weather conditions. Come prepared for wet, muddy, cold or hot environments! Upon successful completion, students will receive a Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid certification. This course also meets the criteria for the Boy Scouts of America for wilderness first aid. Current CPR/AED certification required. 15895 NRC M-T

9am-5pm

3/11

2 Allman

$145

Cedar Hill State Park Day Trip (5 Yrs & Up)

Relax by the lake, tour an old Texas farm, or explore rugged limestone hills and rare prairie pockets. You’ll feel like you’re worlds away right in our own backyard at Cedar Hill State Park located just south of the DFW Metroplex. 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. 15884 NRC Sa

4/6

1 Staff

$15

Cooper Lake Camping Trip (10 Yrs & Up)

Enjoy a weekend away with scenic views just outside the DFW Metroplex! We’ll travel to Cooper Lake State Park for a weekend of fun! This includes hiking, fishing, swimming, and relaxing by the lake. Park entry fee, meals, and transportation included. Please call 972-941-5403 for more information. 15897 NRC Sa-Su 9am-4pm

5/18

2 Staff

$45

Day Hike in Dino Valley (7 Yrs & Up)

Long ago, dinosaurs left footprints in the mud at the edge of an ancient ocean. Today, you can walk in their tracks in the bed of the Paluxy River at Dinosaur Valley State Park. Explore the hilly terrain, scenic overviews, and of course dinosaur tracks! 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. Please call 972-941-5403 for more details. 15883 NRC Th

8am-4pm

3/14

1 Staff

$25

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 972941-5403 for more details about this trip. 15896 NRC Sa

9am-3pm

5/4

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. Inclement weather may postpone or cancel this trip. Please call 972-941-5403 for more details about this trip. 15898 NRC F

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9am-3pm

9am-3pm

3/15

1 Staff

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$55


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

Spring Break Kid’s Club (3-5 Yrs)

Run, jump, play, and learn all about plants and animals of North Texas. Weather permitting, we will be trail blazing, picnicking, crafting, and other indoor/outdoor activities all week long! Wear long sleeves, long pants, and bring a lunch. Must be potty-trained. 16315 NRC M-Th

9am-1pm

3/11

4 Boldish

$99

The title of the course is SPRING BREAK KID’S CLUB. The Course Code is 16315, and it meets at OAK POINT PARK NATURE & RETREAT CENTER on MONDAY-THURSDAY from 9AM-1PM, begins MARCH 11, meets 4 times, the instructor is BOLDISH, and the fee for this course is $99. CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LRC = Liberty Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center PC = Plano Event Center NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

Abrakadoodle®Masters & Me! (3-5 Yrs)-NEW

Have you heard of Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock and other famous artists? Ever wonder how van Gogh mastered his expressive brushstrokes, or how Dali painted the world around him through the lenses of Surrealism? Learn how these well-known artists became masters! Explore master paintings and drawings to learn about some of the world’s most talented artists while understanding their unique techniques. Create fun artwork by recreating these styles: practice paper folding techniques to create houses inspired by Hopper; explore distortion used by Dalí; and use dark and light colors to make nocturne paintings like Whistler. Learn from the very best as you create with Masters and Me! 11am-Noon

3/20

5 Abrakadoodle $69

Abrakadoodle Masters & Me! II (3-5 Yrs)-NEW ®

All new projects! Have you heard of Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock and other famous artists? Ever wonder how van Gogh mastered his expressive brushstrokes, or how Dali painted the world around him through the lenses of Surrealism? Learn how these well-known artists became masters! Explore master paintings and drawings to learn about some of the world’s most talented artists while understanding their unique techniques. Create fun artwork by recreating these styles: practice paper folding techniques to create houses inspired by Hopper; explore distortion used by Dalí; and use dark and light colors to make nocturne paintings like Whistler. Learn from the very best as you create with Masters and Me! 14268 TMC W

11am-Noon

972-941-7250

4/24

Liberty Recreation Center will soon be renovated! The project includes updated locker rooms and restrooms, a new entrance to the pool, an enhanced and expanded fitness area, a new outdoor fitness area, pool area improvements, and a general refresh of the entire recreation center and grounds. The recreation center will close during the renovation and is scheduled to reopen in summer 2019. When the center closes, we encourage you to take your favorite class or work out at one of our other recreation centers. For project updates, please visit our website at planoparks.org.

Abrakadoodle® Messy, Splashy, Fun! (20-36 Mo)-NEW

Crafts and Fine Arts

14267 TMC W

Liberty Recreation Center Renovation

Messy, Splashy and Fun is what these projects are all about! “Pop, pop, pop!” is the sound you hear when you print, stamp and roll to create colorful art. Be inspired by American artist Damian Hirst as you spin your body and art to explore color mixing and shapes. Russian artist Serghei Pakhomoff’s pasta sculptures encourage building, sorting and painting. Use your fingers to get messy with splatter paint and squishy mud. Be a dynamic art explorer as you observe what happens with the art materials in these messy and fun projects! Grab your apron and get ready for a lively art adventure! 14265 TMC W

10am-11am

3/20

5 Abrakadoodle $69

Abrakadoodle® Messy,Splashy,Fun! II (20-36 Mo)-NEW

All new projects! Messy, Splashy and Fun is what these projects are all about. “Pop, pop, pop!” is the sound you hear when you print, stamp and roll to create colorful art. Be inspired by American artist Damian Hirst as you spin your body and art to explore color mixing and shapes. Russian artist Serghei Pakhomoff’s pasta sculptures encourage building, sorting and painting. Use your fingers to get messy with splatter paint and squishy mud. Be a dynamic art explorer as you observe what happens with the art materials in these messy and fun projects! Grab your apron and get ready for a lively art adventure! 14266 TMC W

10am-11am

4/24

5 Abrakadoodle $69

Abrakadoodle® More Sweet World (20-36 Mo)-NEW

All new projects. Our world is full of yummy sweetness to explore! Learn how all the sweets from fruits to desserts to drinks can inspire young artists to explore a wide variety of art-making methods. Puzzles, printing, painting, paper projects, and more make these delicious group of lessons oh-so-SWEET! This is a parent/child course. 14263 TMC W

10am-11am

2/13

5 Abrakadoodle $69

5 Abrakadoodle $69

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Abrakadoodle® More Sweet World (3-5 Yrs)-NEW 14264 TMC W

11am-Noon

2/13

Abrakadoodle® One Sweet World (20-36 Mo)-NEW

Our world is full of yummy sweetness to explore! Learn how all the sweets from fruits to desserts to drinks can inspire young artists to explore a wide variety of art-making methods. Puzzles, printing, painting, paper projects, and more make these delicious group of lessons oh-so-SWEET! This is a parent/child course. 14261 TMC W

10am-11am

1/9

5 Abrakadoodle $69

Abrakadoodle® One Sweet World (3-5 Yrs)-NEW 14262 TMC W

11am-Noon

1/9

5 Abrakadoodle $69

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

Innovation! Invention! Art! Brilliant minds were exploring the fields of science, technology, engineering, art and math long before the term STEAM was coined! Navajo Indians wove geometric patterns using simple machines; Leonardo da Vinci dreamed of all sorts of inventions; curious minds explored technology that led to photography; and mathematicians observed fascinating details in the world around them. Learn about these amazing innovators and create your own inventive artwork inspired by them! 14270

TMC Sa

11am-Noon

2/2

10 Abrakadoodle $145

Abrakadoodle® STEAM Smart (3-5 Yrs)-NEW

Preschool artists are SMART kids! What better way to engage these little ones and let them expand their minds than through STEAM lessons designed especially for them! These age-appropriate science, technology, and engineering activities blend seamlessly with art projects. Students will also explore math concepts such as geometry, fractions, and size. Your preschooler will have loads of fun engaging in various SMART art concepts to explore! 14269

TMC Sa

10am-11am

2/2

10 Abrakadoodle $145

Butterflies, Birds & Bunnies (3-5 Yrs)

Have fun learning the basics of creating creatures while practicing your art skills with cutting, painting, and drawing. 16310 NRC Sa 9am-10:30am

4/6

4 Boldish

$55

Colors of Nature (3-5 Yrs)

From spring flowers to misty rainbows, children will create natural wonders with paint, crayon, colored pencil, and chalk. They will have fun learning basic skills of brush stroke, primary color mixing, and more! 16308 NRC Sa 9am-10:30am

3/9

4 Boldish

$55

Valentines & Presidents (3-5 Yrs)

Create beautiful valentines and draw and paint projects honoring Lincoln and Washington while learning basic art skills. 16311 NRC Sa 9am-10:30am

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Dance

5 Abrakadoodle $69

4 Boldish

$55

All Dance (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! 15919 TMC Sa 10:15am-11am 15939 TMC Sa 10:15am-11am

1/12 3/30

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

Ballet & Tap (4-6 Yrs)

Beginning and continuing students will learn and further enhance dance technique and terminology in several dance styles. Students will also be working on performance pieces of choreography. Through fun and energetic exercises, in a structured class setting, students will focus on fluidity of motion, musicality, and performance skills. Fun blends of ballet and tap will be taught. 15184 TMC Tu 6pm-6:45pm 15295 TMC Tu 6pm-6:45pm

1/15 3/26

8 DDA 8 DDA

$59 $59

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. 15911 15914 15931 15935

TMC Th TMC F TMC Th TMC F

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

1/10 1/11 3/28 3/29

8 8 8 8

Logan Logan Logan Logan

$59 $59 $59 $59

Ballet (2-3 Yrs/Parent)

This class is a great introduction for future dance classes. Don’t forget those ballet shoes. Parents must participate. 15917 TMC Sa 9am-9:30am 15937 TMC Sa 9am-9:30am

1/12 3/30

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

Ballet (Beg) (3-4 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 dancer! Ballet shoes required. 15912 15915 15918 15932 15933 15938

TMC Th TMC F TMC Sa TMC F TMC Th TMC Sa

10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 9:30am-10:15am 10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 9:30am-10:15am

1/10 1/11 1/12 3/29 3/28 3/30

8 8 8 8 8 8

Logan Logan Logan Logan Logan Logan

$59 $59 $59 $59 $59 $59

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. 15916 TMC F 15936 TMC F

planoparks.org

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

1/11 3/29

8 Logan 8 Logan

972-941-7250

$59 $59


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Educational Corner A Little Bit of Everything (3-5 Yrs)

Let’s keep those young minds engaged. Students will build on their pre-literacy skills, sequencing, pattern recognition, fine and gross motor skills as well as social skills. Program will include a daily circle time, craft and free play. Child must be potty-trained. Please bring a lunch. 14159 CAR M,F 9am-1pm 14160 CAR M,F 9am-1pm 14161 CAR M,F 9am-1pm

1/7 2/18 4/8

10 Hasnat 10 Hasnat 10 Hasnat

$159 $159 $159

ABC’s & 123’s of Nature (3-5 Yrs)

Practice letters and numbers while we explore the plants and animals of North Texas with arts, crafts, and indoor/outdoor activities! Child must be potty-trained. Please bring a snack. 16295 16296 16297 16298 16299

Get your tiny cheer on! This preschool cheer class will focus on basic cheer fundamentals including strength, balance, flexibility and of course pom poms! 1/10 3/28

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

Combination Dance (7-12 Yrs)

Beginning and continuing students will learn and further enhance dance technique and terminology in several dance styles. Students will also be working on performance pieces of choreography. Through fun and energetic exercises, in a structured class setting, students will focus on fluidity of motion, musicality, and performance skills. Fun blends of jazz, hip-hop, ballet, cheer and more will be taught. 15185 TMC Tu 7pm-8pm 15296 TMC Tu 7pm-8pm

1/15 3/26

8 DDA 8 DDA

$89 $89

Free Movement Dance (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! 15920 TMC Sa 11:15am-Noon 15940 TMC Sa 11:15am-Noon

1/12 3/30

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

Hip Hop Dance (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! 15921 TMC Sa Noon-12:45pm 15941 TMC Sa Noon-12:45pm

972-941-7250

1/8 2/5 3/19 4/9 5/7

8 8 6 8 6

Boldish Boldish Boldish Boldish Boldish

$115 $115 $95 $115 $95

B3-Super Hero S.T.E.A.M. (4-7 Yrs)

Cheer Basics (3-5 Yrs)

15913 TMC Th 11:15am-Noon 15934 TMC Th 11:15am-Noon

NRC T,Th 9am-Noon NRC T,Th 9am-Noon NRC T,Th 9am-Noon NRC T,Th 9am-Noon NRC T,Th 9am-Noon

1/12 3/30

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

This class combines activities from science, technology, engineering, art, and math to create an awesome experience. Students will build super hero themed projects with LEGO® bricks and engage in activities such as: Super Glow-in-the-Dark Kryptonite, Flying Superman, Tallest Tower, Super Hero Helmets, and more! A $16 supply fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. 14730 TMC Tu 5:30pm-6:30pm

1/8

8 Beakers

$99

Bilingual Explorers (3-5 Yrs)

Explore the world of science and nature while building Spanish vocabulary and grammar skills through stories, games, and crafts! Take home books and bilingual vocabulary sheets included for each lesson. 16300 NRC W 16301 NRC W

9am-11am 9am-11am

1/9 3/20

9 Boldish 10 Boldish

$105 $115

Early Achiever’s Preschool Academy (3-5 Yrs)

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. 15298 15299 15300 15302 15303 15304 15306 15307 15308 15309 15310 15311

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

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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 9:05am-Noon 12:05pm-2pm 9:05am-Noon 12:05pm-2pm

1/8 1/8 1/11 2/5 2/5 3/29 3/5 3/5 4/9 4/9 5/7 5/7

8 8 10 8 8 10 8 8 8 8 8 8

RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE RARE

$125 $85 $115 $125 $85 $115 $125 $85 $125 $85 $125 $85

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL My Morning Time Playgroup (3-5 Yrs) February Science Series (3-5 Yrs) Experiment, investigate, explore, and enjoy hands on experiences in various topics. Week 1: Magnets and Maps; Week 2: Earth Sun and Moon; Week 3: Rocks and Minerals; Week 4: Fossil Finders. 16303 NRC W

11am-12:30pm

2/6

4 Boldish

$59

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. 16366 OAK W 16367 OAK W

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

2/20 4/17

1 PFD 1 PFD

FREE FREE

Kindergarten Readiness (3-5 Yrs)

This class will teach your child the skills he or she will need to be successful entering into kindergarten. Children will be introduced to handwriting, basic math concepts, language, and phonics. Your child will build confidence in their abilities, improve social skills, and have enthusiasm for learning. Child must be potty trained. Please bring a lunch to class. 15724 15727 15729 15730 15731

OAK T,Th 11am-2pm OAK T,Th 11am-2pm OAK T,Th 11am-2pm OAK T,Th 11am-2pm OAK T,Th 11am-2pm

1/8 2/5 3/5 4/2 4/30

8 8 6 8 8

Laghari Laghari Laghari Laghari Laghari

$105 $105 $85 $105 $105

Learning SEEDS (3-5 Yrs)

S is for social, E is for emotional, E is for educational, D is for discover, S is for sensory. That is only the beginning of this class which will help prepare your little one for the world of kindergarten. Kids will practice letters, numbers, and shapes along with reading and writing. Child must be potty trained. Please bring a lunch to class. 15686 15692 15694 15695 15700

OAK W,F OAK W,F OAK W,F OAK W,F OAK W,F

9am-2pm 9am-2pm 9am-2pm 9am-2pm 9am-2pm

1/9 2/6 3/6 4/3 5/1

8 8 6 8 8

Lee Lee Lee Lee Lee

$159 $159 $125 $159 $159

Play is the work of the child. Research has shown that the first few years of a child’s life provide 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. 14156 CAR T,Th 9am-1pm 14157 CAR T,Th 9am-1pm 14158 CAR T,Th 9am-1pm

1/8 2/19 4/9

10 Hasnat 10 Hasnat 10 Hasnat

$159 $159 $159

Nature Navigators (3-5 Yrs)

Learn to read various types of maps, how to locate Texas and Plano, and follow trails maps as we explore nature trails. (No class March 13.) 16723 NRC W

11am-12:30pm

3/6

3 Boldish

$49

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. 15301 TMC F 15305 TMC F 15678 TMC F

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

1/4 2/22 4/19

7 RARE 7 RARE 7 RARE

$99 $99 $99

Spring Science Series (3-5 Yrs)

Experiment, investigate, explore, and enjoy hands on experiences in various topics. Week 1: Hurricanes and Tornados; Week 2: Seeds and Bulbs; Week 3: Insects; Week 4: Forest Ecosystems. 16304 NRC W

11am-12:30pm

4/3

4 Boldish

$59

Winter Science Series (3-5 Yrs)

Experiment, investigate, explore, and enjoy hands on experiences in various topics. Week 1: Birds of a Feather; Week 2: Snowflakes and Other Crystals; Week 3: Penguins and Polar Bears; Week 4: Stormy Weather. 16302 NRC W

11am-12:30pm

1/9

4 Boldish

$59

May Science Series (3-5 Yrs)

Experiment, investigate, explore, and enjoy hands on experiences in various topics. Week 1: Fish; Week 2: Turtles; Week 3: Snakes and Lizards; Week 4: Crocodiles and Alligators 16305 NRC W

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11am-12:30pm

5/1

4 Boldish

$59

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Kindermusik® Village (Birth-18 Mos)

Etc... Constructioneering (3-6 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. 16306 NRC Sa 9am-10:30am

1/12

4 Boldish

$55

Daddy’s Little Sweetheart Dance (4-14 Yrs)

Enjoy an evening of music and dancing for fathers (or other significant male in the family) and young ladies, 4-14 years. We will have a free photo booth as well as a professional photographer and caricature artist available for additional fee if you choose. Each young lady will get a special thank you gift at the end of the night. Dance held at the Plano Event Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Pkwy. Registration required for each adult and each child attending. This does fill up so register now. No need to wait until winter registration opens in December. Fee is per person. 17069 PC Sa 7pm-9pm

1/12 1 Staff

$20

Kids Night Out-With A Twist (4-12 Yrs)

Hey parents, do you need some time to relax? Drop your kids off with us! Children will have fun playing games, tumbling on the floor, swinging on the rope, jumping on the trampoline and enjoying free play time in a supervised environment. Coaches will be available to assist children. Pre-registration is highly recommended. Walk-in guests are not guaranteed a space due to the safety of the children. Walk-in guest fee is $13. 16589 OAK F 16590 OAK F

7pm-9pm 7pm-9pm

1/25 4/26

1 Staff 1 Staff

$10 $10

Kindermusik Imagine That (3 1/2-5 Yrs) ®

Toys I Make - Trips I Take. Think of it like taking a course inside a child’s imaginations. We’ll use the theme of a toy shop to make our pretend creations, using rhythm and songs with every imaginary saw, hammer and nail. The result is building the preschooler’s sense of a sequence of events, which is good for storytelling, as well as making ideas reality. A home kit ($70) must be purchased from the instructor the first day of class. 14616 TMC F

9:30am-10:15am

2/1

14 Kindermusik $169

Kindermusik® Our Time (18 Mos-3 1/2 Yrs/Parent)

Fiddle-Dee-Dee. We’ll meet many animal characters in our books, activities, and songs - each specifically chosen for a toddler’s emerging interests and physical skills. With silly, bumpy lap bounces we’ll help toddlers develop rhythm while further developing their ever-emerging language skills. With a special stringed instrument emphasis in the music from class, parents can bring home the violin, cello, and orchestra sounds to help their toddlers stay happy and engaged learners at home, too. A home kit ($70) must be purchased from the instructor the first day of class. 14617 TMC F

10:30am-11:15am 2/1

972-941-7250

The Rhythm of My Day and Hickory Dickory Tickle & Bounce. This is two seven week classes. This class will help you bring more rhythm and routine to your baby’s day, as well as help develop lasting learning skills. We’ll show you how to tell you why music can help your little one soothe into the day’s schedule and help build strong body and mind network for learning. You can bring home those same stress-free play and relaxation techniques from class, and incorporate them into your daily routines. A home kit ($70) must be purchased from the instructor the first day of class. 14618 TMC F

11:30am-12:15pm 2/1

14 Kindermusik $169

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. 15150 CAR Tu 4pm-4:45pm 15152 CAR Tu 4pm-4:45pm

1/15 3/19

8 Bales 8 Bales

$85 $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. This class is not available for Leisure Online registration. 15155 CAR Tu 6pm-7pm Sa 9:30am-10:30am

1/8

40 Bales

$299

Tiny Tigers & Bears Tae Kwon Do (5-6 Yrs)

This course is designed specifically for early elementary aged students. The stripe curriculum focuses on building foundations of gross motor skills and coordination. 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 on the first class for $35. An additional fee is required for belt testing. A signed liability agreement is required for all students. 15840 TMC T,Th 5:15pm-5:45pm 15845 TMC T,Th 5:15pm-5:45pm

1/8 3/19

18 Hendawi 15 Hendawi

14 Kindermusik $169

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$69 $59


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Performing Arts

Physical Activities

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. 14892 14899 15088 15089 15090 15091

CAR Tu CAR Tu CAR Tu CAR Th CAR Th CAR Th

3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm

1/8 2/26 4/23 1/10 2/28 4/25

6 6 6 6 6 6

Heredia Heredia Heredia Heredia Heredia Heredia

$115 $115 $115 $115 $115 $115

Private Piano (5-6 Yrs)

All levels welcome. Classes are 30 minutes with only one student in each class. Supply list provided the first day of class. 16609 16610 16612 16613

OAK Th OAK Th OAK Th OAK Th

5:30pm-6pm 6:30pm-7pm 5:30pm-6pm 6:30pm-7pm

1/10 1/10 3/21 3/21

9 9 9 9

Khoshkar Khoshkar Khoshkar Khoshkar

$159 $159 $159 $159

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Aerobats Kindergym Gymnastics-Boys (3-4 Yrs)

Enroll your son today and let him experience what it is like to be a real gymnast. Students will be taught beginner skills on all the men’s gymnastics Olympic events. All participants must be fully potty trained. For more information on this class and on the Aerobats year-round program, please contact Vickie at 972-208-8187. 16584 OAK F 16585 OAK F

9am-9:45am 9am-9:45am

1/11 3/22

8 Staff 8 Staff

$59 $59

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! 16586 16587 16588 16640 16641

CAR Tu CAR Tu CAR Th CAR Th CAR Sa

3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 9am-10am

1/8 2/5 1/10 2/7 2/2

4 4 4 4 4

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$47 $47 $47 $47 $47

Cheer Basics (16-24 Mos/Parent)

Get your tiny cheer on! This preschool cheer class will focus on basic cheer fundamentals including: strength, balance, flexibility, tumbling and of course pom poms! 15904 15907 15924 15927

TMC Tu TMC W TMC Tu TMC W

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

1/8 1/9 3/26 3/27

8 8 8 8

Logan Logan Logan Logan

$59 $59 $59 $59

1/8 1/9 3/26 3/27

8 8 8 8

Logan Logan Logan Logan

$59 $59 $59 $59

1/9 3/27

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

Cheer Basics (2-3 Yrs/Parent) 15905 15908 15925 15928

TMC Tu TMC W TMC Tu TMC W

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

Cheer Basics (3-5 Yrs) 15910 TMC W 15930 TMC W

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

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. 15902 TMC M 15922 TMC M

10am-10:45am 10am-10:45am

1/7 3/25

8 Logan 8 Logan

$59 $59

Fun Fitness & Sports (3-5 Yrs)

Fantastic fun sports and physical education program for girls and boys to increase sports awareness and build a lifelong love of physical activity. 15903 TMC M 15923 TMC M

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10:45am-11:30am 1/7 10:45am-11:30am 3/25

8 Logan 8 Logan

972-941-7250

$59 $59


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL 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. 15906 15909 15926 15929

TMC Tu TMC W TMC Tu TMC W

11am-11:45am 10:30am-11:15am 11am-11:45am 10:30am-11:15am

1/8 1/9 3/26 3/27

8 8 8 8

Logan Logan Logan Logan

$59 $59 $59 $59

Kidz Soccer Love Soccer (2-3 1/2 Yrs)

Introduce your toddler to the world’s most popular sport! As you participate together in our fun age-appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. 16457 16458 16459 16460

OAK OAK OAK OAK

Sa Sa Sa Sa

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

2/2 3/2 4/6 5/4

4 4 4 4

Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer

$65 $65 $65 $65

Kidz Soccer Love Soccer (3 1/2 - 5 Yrs)

Enjoy running and kicking just like the big kids! Learn the basic techniques of the game while building self-esteem and learning to follow instructions in a nurturing teaching environment. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. 16461 16462 16463 16464

OAK OAK OAK OAK

Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:40am-10:15am 9:40am-10:15am 9:40am-10:15am 9:40am-10:15am

2/2 3/2 4/6 5/4

4 4 4 4

Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer

$65 $65 $65 $65

Kidz Soccer Love Soccer (5-6 Yrs)

Learn dribbling, passing, defense and shooting goals! Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Perfect for first time players while being fun and engaging for kids with some experience. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. 16465 16466 16467 16468

OAK OAK OAK OAK

Sa Sa Sa Sa

10:15am-11am 10:15am-11am 10:15am-11am 10:15am-11am

2/2 3/2 4/6 5/4

4 4 4 4

Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer

$65 $65 $65 $65

Lil’ Sluggers® Hall of Famers (5-6 Yrs)-NEW

The Hall of Famers curriculum is designed for children to continue improving their fundamental skills while preparing them for next level t-ball. Participants will learn the five steps of hitting formation, base running and recognition techniques, accuracy and distance throwing mechanics, fielding and catching techniques. 16449 16450 16451 16452 16453 16454

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

Tu Th Sa Tu Th Sa

1:15pm-2pm 1:15pm-2pm 2pm-2:45pm 1:15pm-2pm 1:15pm-2pm 2pm-2:45pm

972-941-7250

1/15 1/17 1/19 3/26 3/28 3/30

8 8 8 8 8 8

TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports

$145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145

Lil’ Sluggers® Mascots (2 Yrs/Parent)-NEW

The Mascots curriculum is designed for children to begin their baseball experience in a fun environment that introduces the basics of the game. Children will learn simple base running and recognition, hitting, holding the bat properly, hitting the ball off of a tee, base running and recognition, overhand throwing motions, two hand fielding, and much more! 16429 16430 16431 16432 16433 16435

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

Tu Th Sa Tu Th Sa

11am-11:45am 11am-11:45am 11:45am-12:30pm 11am-11:45am 11am-11:45am 11:45am-12:30pm

1/15 1/17 1/19 3/26 3/28 3/30

8 8 8 8 8 8

TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports

$145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145

Lil’ Sluggers® Minors (3 Yrs)-NEW

The Minors curriculum is designed for children to continue their baseball experience in a fun environment that reinforces the fundamentals of the game. Players will learn proper stance and level hitting off the tee, introduction to pitch hitting, base running and recognition, throwing, two hand fielding, and much more! 16436 16437 16438 16439 16440 16441

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

Tu Th Sa Tu Th Sa

11:45am-12:30pm 11:45am-12:30pm 12:30pm-1:15pm 11:45am-12:30pm 11:45am-12:30pm 12:30pm-1:15pm

1/15 1/17 1/19 3/26 3/28 3/30

8 8 8 8 8 8

TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports

$145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145

Lil’ Sluggers® Majors (4 Yrs)-NEW

The Majors curriculum expands on slightly more technical instruction and game situation skills. Students will learn base running and sliding techniques, proper hitting stance, follow through and level swinging off the tee, as well as begin hitting from a pitch by the coach. Students will also work on proper throwing and catching motions. 16442 16443 16444 16445 16447 16448

TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC TMC

Tu Th Sa Tu Th Sa

12:30pm-1:15pm 12:30pm-1:15pm 1:15pm-2pm 12:30pm-1:15pm 12:30pm-1:15pm 1:15pm-2pm

1/15 1/17 1/19 3/26 3/28 3/30

8 8 8 8 8 8

TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports TX Sports

$145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145

Mini Hawk Multi Sport (3-4 Yrs)-NEW

This multi sport program is designed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of soccer, basketball, and baseball will be taught with a focus on balance, movement, coordination, and fun. 16577 OAK W 16591 OAK W

4:30pm-5:15pm 4:30pm-5:15pm

1/16 3/20

8 SkyHawks $99 8 SkyHawks $99

Mini Hawk Multi Sport (5-6 Yrs)-NEW 16592 OAK W 16593 OAK W

planoparks.org

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

1/16 3/20

8 SkyHawks $99 8 SkyHawks $99

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - PRESCHOOL Mini Hawk Basketball (4-6 Yrs)-NEW

This fun, skill intensive program is designed for beginners to intermediate athletes. Active sessions of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding. 17066 OAK Tu 4:45pm-5:30pm 17067 OAK Tu 4:45pm-5:30pm 17068 OAK Tu 4:45pm-5:30pm

1/15 2/26 4/16

6 SkyHawks $69 7 SkyHawks $69 6 SkyHawks $69

Soccer Sparks® Level II (4-5 Yrs)

This class is for participants who have already attended at least three sessions of the beginner classes or have had prior experience. 15716 TMC Sa 3pm-3:45pm 15719 TMC Sa 3pm-3:45pm 15720 TMC Sa 3pm-3:45pm

1/12 2/23 4/13

5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks

$65 $65 $65

Soccer Sparks® Soccer Skills (2-3 Yrs/Parent)

Parent and child soccer! By playing fun games, children improve their blossoming balance, coordination, and general motor skills. Aside from learning how to dribble and strike a soccer ball, children and their parents will also get the opportunity to share those first, unforgettable, goal-scoring adventures together! 15614 15616 15618 15619 15621 15623 15624 15628 15629

TMC M TMC M TMC M TMC F TMC F TMC F TMC Sa TMC Sa TMC Sa

3:45pm-4:15pm 4:30pm-5pm 5pm-5:30pm 9:30am-10am 9:30am-10am 9:30am-10am 9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am

1/21 3/4 4/22 1/11 2/22 4/12 1/12 2/23 4/13

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Soccer Sparks Soccer Skills (3-4 Yrs) ®

Kick the ball! The Sparks 3-4 year old class is designed to help kids develop their large motor skills by running, dribbling, and kicking the ball while having lots of fun! Children will learn the very basics of soccer through skill demonstrations and games as they transition from parent/ child to individual participation. 15635 15637 15638 15640 15646 15647 15476 15477 15478

TMC F TMC F TMC F TMC Sa TMC Sa TMC Sa CAR Sa CAR Sa CAR Sa

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

1/11 2/22 4/12 1/12 2/23 4/13 1/12 2/23 4/13

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Soccer Sparks® Soccer Skills (4-5 Yrs)

Dribble, kick, and pass! The Sparks 4-5 year old class is designed to spark an early passion for the game in young players. This class will encourage greater retention of fundamental soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, and shooting in a positive environment. Our curriculum includes fun and energetic games that teach kids about playing within a group. 15648 15649 15651 15655 15660 15661 15666 15669 15676 15479 15481 15482 15483 15484

TMC M TMC M TMC M TMC F TMC F TMC F TMC Sa TMC Sa TMC Sa CAR Sa CAR Sa CAR Sa CAR Sa CAR Sa

4:15pm-5pm 5pm-5:45pm 5:30pm-6:15pm 10:35am-11:20am 10:35am-11:20am 10:35am-11:20am 10:05am-10:50am 10:05am-10:50am 10:05am-10:50am 11:30am-12:15pm 11:30am-12:15pm 12:15pm-1pm 12:15pm-1pm 12:15pm-1pm

1/21 3/4 4/22 1/11 2/22 4/12 1/12 2/23 4/13 1/12 4/13 1/12 2/23 4/13

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks Sparks

Tot Gymnastics (29-36 Mos/Parent)

Parent participation is required in this class. Parent and child will work alongside one of our qualified instructors to help your child learn the basics of gymnastics. Children focus on gross-motor skills as they rotate between activities on the bars, balance beam, floor, and vault with their parent. Every child must be accompanied by one participating adult. Both children and parents must wear athletic wear. 16656 16727 16730 16731

OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W

10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am

1/9 2/6 4/3 5/1

4 4 4 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$35 $35 $35 $35

School Break Spring Break Kid’s Club (3-5 Yrs)

Run, jump, play, and learn all about plants and animals of North Texas. Weather permitting, we will be trail blazing, picnicking, crafting, and other indoor/outdoor activities all week long! Wear long sleeves, long pants, and bring a lunch. Must be potty-trained. 16315 NRC M-Th 9am-1pm

3/11

4 Boldish

YOU CAN CHARGE IT!

50

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

planoparks.org

972-941-7250

$99


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Drawing Nature (6-8 Yrs)

How to Read the Activity/Course Information

The No Bullying Zone (11-14 Yrs)-NEW

16307 NRC Sa

Bullying behavior has been linked to vandalism, fighting, drug and alcohol use and school dropouts. This interactive program will educate and empower students to recognize unacceptable behaviors. Students will learn strategies geared towards speaking up and the importance of being an activated bystander. 16151 CAR

Sa

10am-11am 1/19

3

Zaccardo

Practice drawing plants, animals, alien landscapes, and more. Learn how to use light and shadow perspective, horizon lines, and basic shapes to bring your drawings to life!

$39

The title of the course is THE NO BULLYING ZONE. The Course Code is 16151, and it meets at CARPENTER PARK RECREATION CENTER on SATURDAYS from 10AM to 11AM, begins JANUARY 19, meets 3 times, the instructor is ZACCARDO, and the fee for this course is $39. CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LRC = Liberty Recreation Center NRC - Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center PAC = Plano Aquatic Center PC = Plano Event Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

A recognized leader in art education since 1988, Young Rembrandts strives to inspire your child’s imaginative spirit and boosts classic learning skills through child-friendly drawings. Research and education experts say there is a significant correlation between involvement in the arts and achievement in the classroom. Children who learn to draw using this method develop spatial reasoning and fine motor skills, order and sequencing abilities, visualization, and self-discipline as well as fundamental art skills. Learn to draw in a way that opens the imagination and stretches the mind. 15100 TMC M 15101 TMC M

5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

1/14 3/18

4 Boldish

1pm-2:30pm

5/11

$55

15406 CAR M 15407 CAR M 15408 CAR M

5pm-7pm 5pm-7pm 5pm-7pm

1/7 2/25 4/22

Sewing (Beg/Int) (9-12 Yrs)

14271 TMC W 14272 TMC W

14231 CAR Su 14232 CAR Su

Young artists will explore and build their artistic skills while creating beautiful masterpiece-style works of art! Students will learn color theory, brushstrokes, perspective and more. Artists will complete one painting per week using oil or acrylic paint. All new subjects! All professional art supplies are included. Wear an old T-shirt over your clothes and bring paper towels and a box daily! 5 Elkins 5 Elkins

$119 $119

Cartooning Fun (6-12 Yrs)

This class will teach your child about drawing exaggeration and facial expressions in our lessons. Our students will learn how to create fully realized cartoon characters and series of story telling drawings. 5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

1/16 3/20

1 Garden

$35

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.

Artful Explorations Painting Workshop (6-13 Yrs)

15102 TMC W 15103 TMC W

7 Y Rembrandts $89 8 Y Rembrandts $95

Pottery Ceramic Hand Building (9-14 Yrs)

Learn how to use light and shadow to change a drawing from a disk to a globe, giving a more 3D look to your art!

4:45pm-6:15pm 1/16 4:45pm-6:15pm 4/3

$55

Join us in a Mother’s Day celebration! 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. Both participants must register. Wear old shirt and bring paper towels.

Art of Light & Shadow (6-8 Yrs) 2/9

4 Boldish

Mother & Me You Can Paint (5 Yrs & Up)-NEW

Crafts and Fine Arts

10:30am-Noon

3/9

Learn to Draw (5-12 Yrs)-NEW

13945 CAR Sa

16312 NRC Sa

10:30am-Noon

8 Y Rembrandts $95 8 Y Rembrandts $95

6 Ruml 6 Ruml 6 Ruml

$105 $105 $105

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. 1:30pm-3pm 1:30pm-3pm

1/13 3/24

6 Schaefer 6 Schaefer

$95 $95

You Can Paint Workshop (5-13 Yrs)

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. 13934 CAR Sa 13935 CAR Sa 13936 CAR Sa 13937 CAR Sa

1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm 1pm-2:30pm

1/12 2/16 3/16 4/13

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

1 Garden 1 Garden 1 Garden 1 Garden

$35 $35 $35 $35

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Hip-Hop (7-12 Yrs)

Beginning and continuing students will learn and further enhance dance technique and terminology in several dance styles. Students will also be working on performance pieces of choreography. Through fun and energetic exercises, in a structured class setting, students will focus on fluidity of motion, musicality, and performance skills. Fun blends of Hip-Hop will be taught. 15186 TMC W 15297 TMC W

6:30pm-7:30pm 1/16 6:30pm-7:30pm 3/27

8 DDA 8 DDA

$89 $89

Educational Corner B3: Elementary Entomology Bugs! (5-8 Yrs) Dance Bharatanatyam Dance (6-10 Yrs)

Bharatanatyam, the most widely practiced form of Indian classical dances in the world, is considered to be over 2000 years old from South India. A Bharatanatyam dancer narrates, evokes, and creates dramatic images through her eyes, body, and gestures. In this elementary course, children with no dance training will be introduced to the rudimentary movements of Bharatanatyam. Proficiency in the art is attained only after several years of intensive training. Students will need to bring a notebook and writing utensil to each class. 14755 TMC 16724 TMC 16725 TMC

W 4:15pm-5:15am 1/9 12 Sankarasubramanian $75 Sa 10:15am-11:15am W 4:15pm-5:15am 2/20 12 Sankarasubramanian $75 Sa 10:15am-11:15am W 4:15pm-5:15am 4/10 12 Sankarasubramanian $75 Sa 10:15am-11:15am

Etiquette 101 (6th-8th Grade)-NEW

This cotillion class will cover the basics of social etiquette, dancing, and proper table manners. We will learn several different social dances ranging from the Foxtrot to the Cotton-Eyed Joe, as well as group and contemporary dances. This class will build a solid foundation of proper etiquette students will have for the rest of their lives. They will know how to successfully navigate weddings, high school dances, and fine dining experiences. The class will conclude with a dance complete with decorations, snacks and DJ. 15401 OAK Th

7pm-8:30pm

1/10

9 Staff

$109

This hands-on class features a variety of fun observations and experiments with live bugs including ants, crickets, and ladybugs. Your junior entomologist will engage in fun learning through simulations, games, songs, crafts, and projects. Students will make predictions, record observations, draw conclusions, and present results just like real scientists! A $16 supply fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. 14742 TMC W

1/9

8 Bricks Bots $165

B3: Mine Masters Mania (5-10 Yrs)-NEW

Students will learn fun, new and imaginative concepts in the virtual world of Minecraft by creating their own world using the LEGO Minecraft crafting box. Additional craft activities include: Minecraft Mosaics, Sugar Cube Science, My Magic Sandbox, and Splash Potions. A $16 supply fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. 14745 TMC Th

5:30pm-6:30pm

1/10

8 Bricks Bots $165

I Speak Math (12-17 Yrs)-NEW

This small after school program will assist your child with weekly homework assignments while providing the necessary tools to alleviate quiz stressors, along with helpful guidelines for STAAR preparation. Weekly progress will be tracked and shared with parents. 15972 CAR M 15982 CAR M

5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

1/14 3/18

6 Pahuja 6 Pahuja

$79 $79

Little Dental School (5-12 Yrs)-NEW

How many teeth do babies have? Kids? Adults? Have you ever had a cavity? Root Canal? Braces? X-rays? Your teeth play an important role in digestion, speech, and keeping you healthy. Come learn about the importance of your chompers as well as cool dental procedures that help keep them strong throughout your entire life. Enjoy coloring parts of the tooth like enamel, dentin, pulp, and gums. You will even prepare and fill a tooth cavity using a model of a mouth to experiment on...just like a real dentist!! We will also have plenty and games, activities, and worksheets along the way. 14515 TMC Tu

52

5:30pm-6:30pm

4:30pm-5:30pm

1/8

6 Med School $140

planoparks.org 972-941-7250


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Little Pediatrician School (5-12 Yrs)-NEW

In this course you will adopt a stuffed doll and learn how to examine a newborn baby, how to care for them once they come home, and steps for safe sleeping. You will also learn how to put on a diaper, understand why burping is important, and take part in CPR and Heimlich Maneuver demonstrations. You will also get to assemble your very own Finnish Baby Box and learn sweet lullabies. This is a perfect course if you are expecting a new brother or sister or even if you plan to babysit when you grow up! 14516 TMC Tu

4:30pm-5:30pm

4/9

6 Med School $140

Little Veterinarian School Kitty Care (5-12 Yrs)

In this course, you will adopt your own stuffed cat and learn the best way to bring your new pet to the veterinarian’s office and where you should listen to a cat’s heart. You will discuss important aspects of home life that a veterinarian should ask about in their pet’s history and learn about what environmental enrichment means, what causes stress for a cat, and learn strategies to reduce stress and make your own cat toy. 14514 TMC Tu

4:30pm-5:30pm

2/19

6 Med School $140

Master Mappers (6-8 Yrs)

From weather maps to treasure maps to trail maps, come learn how to make your own maps! Find your way from Rowlett Creek to Mt. Rushmore to Disney World to California and back. 16314 NRC Sa

10:30am-Noon

1/12

4 Boldish

$55

Spring Science Series (6-8 Yrs)

Hands on experiences inspire students to experiment, investigate, and explore various topics. Week 1: Hurricanes and Tornados; Week 2: Oceans; Week 3: Insects; Week 4: Reptiles. 16309 NRC Sa

10:30am-Noon

4/6

4 Boldish

$59

The No Bullying Zone (11-14 Yrs)-NEW

Bullying behavior has been linked to vandalism, fighting, drug and alcohol use and school dropouts. This interactive program will educate and empower students to recognize unacceptable behaviors. Students will learn strategies geared towards speaking up and the importance of being an activated bystander. 16151 CAR Sa

10am-11am

1/19

3 Zaccardo

$39

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. Each participant will receive an American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training Handbook, Emergency Reference Guide, Babysitters Training CD-ROM, and Babysitter First Aid Kit. 13964 TMC Sa,Su 10am-4pm 13965 TMC M-W 10am-2pm 13966 TMC Sa,Su 10am-4pm

2 Staff 3 Staff 2 Staff

$135 $135 $135

Chess (Beg) (6-18 Yrs)

Start now for a lifetime of enjoyment of this classic! Learn the fundamentals of piece movement, notational language of chess, checkmating opponents, and basic principles. Playing complete chess games and understanding fundamentals will be emphasized. This class is designed for those that have never played before, but want to learn. Class is taught by a former Texas Amateur Champion and vice president of the Dallas Chess Club. 15386 OAK Sa 15387 OAK Sa

8:30am-9:45am 1/12 8:30am-9:45am 3/23

7 Allen 8 Allen

$55 $59

Chess (Int) (6-18 Yrs)

Continue learning principles and strategies of chess. This class is open to those who know how to play chess. Chess notations and checkmate patterns along with end game theory will be included. Class is taught by a former Texas Amateur Champion and vice president of the Dallas Chess Club. 15388 OAK Sa 15390 OAK Sa

10am-11:15am 1/12 10am-11:15am 3/23

7 Allen 8 Allen

$55 $59

Chess (Adv) (6-18 Yrs)

This course is an extension of the intermediate class with emphasis on tactical patterns, middle game themes, and end game themes. Class is taught by a former Texas Amateur Champion and vice president of the Dallas Chess Club. 15392 OAK Sa 15393 OAK Sa

City of Plano Plano Parks and Recreation

2/9 3/11 4/20

11:30am-12:45pm 1/12 11:30am-12:45pm 3/23

7 Allen 8 Allen

$55 $59

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. 14174 CAR Tu 14175 CAR Tu 14176 CAR Tu 15120 TMC W 15121 TMC W 15122 TMC W

5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:45pm 5:45pm-6:45pm 5:45pm-6:45pm

1/8 2/26 4/23 1/9 2/27 4/24

972-941-7250 planoparks.org

6 Olfet 6 Olfet 6 Olfet 6 Olfet 6 Olfet 5 Olfet

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

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Kids Night Out-With A Twist (4-12 Yrs)

Liberty Recreation Center Renovation Liberty Recreation Center will soon be renovated! The project includes updated locker rooms and restrooms, a new entrance to the pool, an enhanced and expanded fitness area, a new outdoor fitness area, pool area improvements, and a general refresh of the entire recreation center and grounds. The recreation center will close during the renovation and is scheduled to reopen in summer 2019. When the center closes, we encourage you to take your favorite class or work out at one of our other recreation centers. For project updates, please visit our website at planoparks.org.

College Express-NEW

Collin County Community College will be visiting Carpenter Park Recreation Center with their Mobile Go truck to help parents and students learn the latest tips on financial aid and how to transition from high school to college. Join us in a 42 foot air conditioned trailer equipped with laptop computers, TV’s, a printer and internet connectivity to explore your options, ask questions and apply! 13946 CAR F

2pm-5pm

5/24

1 Staff

FREE

Daddy’s Little Sweetheart Dance (4-14 Yrs)

Enjoy an evening of music and dancing for fathers (or other significant male in the family) and young ladies, 4-14 years. We will have a free photo booth as well as a professional photographer and caricature artist available for additional fee if you choose. Each young lady will get a special thank you gift at the end of the night. Dance held at the Plano Event Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Pkwy. Registration required for each adult and each child attending. This does fill up so register now. No need to wait until winter registration opens in December. Fee is per person. 17069 PC Sa

7pm-9pm

1/12 1 Staff

$20

Finding Your Summer Job (15-18 Yrs)

It’s getting more competitive out there! So getting your summer job starts now! We’ll discuss interviewing, networking, and starting out with businesses. We’ll focus on people skills and the abilities you have that are transferable across different businesses. After finishing this class, you will be ready to get out in the working world! 16149 CAR Sa

10am-11am

2/23

54

3 Zaccardo

$39

Hey parents, do you need some time to relax? Drop your kids off with us! Children will have fun playing games, tumbling on the floor, swinging on the rope, jumping on the trampoline and enjoying free play time in a supervised environment. Coaches will be available to assist children. Pre-registration is highly recommended. Walk-in guests are not guaranteed a space due to the safety of the children. Walk-in guest fee is $13. 16589 OAK F 16590 OAK F

7pm-9pm 7pm-9pm

1/25 4/26

1 Staff 1 Staff

$10 $10

Fitness Family Rock Climbing

Family rock climbing is designed for families who want to learn to climb together! Family rock climbing teaches parents the skills necessary to safely climb with their children in an indoor climbing gym. Price includes one adult and one child. Additional adult or child may also enroll at a cost of $15. Please have one adult for every three children. 16372 OAK Sa 16373 OAK Sa 16374 OAK Sa 16375 OAK Sa

Noon-2pm Noon-2pm Noon-2pm Noon-2pm

1/19 2/16 4/13 5/11

1 Chow 1 Chow 1 Chow 1 Chow

$25 $25 $25 $25

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! 15852 TMC Sa 15855 TMC Sa

10:15am-11am 1/12 10:15am-11am 3/23

Fit & Fun Girls (8-13 Yrs) 15851 TMC Sa 15854 TMC Sa

9:30am-10:15am 1/12 9:30am-10:15am 3/23

8 Graham 8 Graham

$79 $79

8 Graham 8 Graham

$79 $79

Hula Hoop Fun (7-11 Yrs)

There is more to hula hooping than just spinning it around your waist! Join us as we learn a variety of hooping moves including the stepthrough, escalator, behind-the-back pass, lasso, stir-the-pot, and weaves. Hoops will be provided. 16473 OAK Sa 16474 OAK Sa

11am-11:45am 11am-11:45am

1/26 3/30

6 Bennett 6 Bennett

planoparks.org 972-941-7250

$49 $49


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Martial Arts 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 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. 16575 OAK T,Th 7pm-8:30pm 16576 OAK T,Th 7pm-8:30pm

1/8 3/26

20 Schafer 20 Schafer

$115 $115

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. 15157 CAR Tu 5pm-6pm Sa 9:30am-10:30am 15158 CAR Tu 5pm-6pm Sa 9:30am-10:30am

Pre-Tween Yoga (6-9 Yrs)

Students will learn basic yoga skills including breathing, relaxation, yoga poses, meditation, and exercises using music, songs, and stories. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat. 16376 OAK Th 16377 OAK Th

4:30pm-5:15pm 1/17 4:30pm-5:15pm 3/21

8 Bespa 8 Bespa

$59 $59

Yoga- Strike A Pose (10-18 Yrs)

Students will learn yoga skills including poses, meditation and exercises while developing strength, flexibility, ability to relax, breath awareness, balance, stress management, and concentration. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a yoga mat. 16379 OAK Th 16380 OAK Th

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

1/17 3/21

8 Bespa 8 Bespa

$59 $59

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. 15123 TMC Tu 15124 TMC Tu 15125 TMC Tu

5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

1/8 2/26 4/23

6 Thakkar 6 Thakkar 5 Thakkar

$49 $49 $45

Zumba Kids (7-13 Yrs) ®

1/8

20 Bales

$149

3/19

20 Bales

$149

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. 15159 CAR W 5:30pm-6:30pm 1/9 Sa 9:30am-10:30am

40 Bales

$299

Kendo (7-14 Yrs)

Learn the martial art of Kendo, the way of the sword. Kendo is the Japanese martial art of bamboo fencing, and teaches patience, discipline, posture, physical and mental health. The head instructor is a former National Kendo Champion with extensive experience in teaching and coaching Kendo to students of all ages. Visit planokendo.com for more details. A $40 membership/supply fee is due on first day of class for new members. 15838 TMC Sa

4pm-5:30pm

1/12

16 Yang

$229

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. 16364 OAK Tu 16365 OAK Tu

6:45pm-8:15pm 1/8 6:45pm-8:15pm 3/19

10 Medlen 10 Medlen

$69 $69

Zumba Kids is the ultimate dance-fitness party where kids can play it loud and rock with friends to their own rules! This class features kidfriendly routines based on original Zumba choreography. This class will also help develop a healthy lifestyle and incorporate fitness as a natural part of children’s lives by making fitness fun. 15397 OAK Sa 15398 OAK Sa

10:30am-11:15am 1/12 10:30am-11:15am 3/30

9 Compliments $69 7 Compliments $59

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Tae Kwon Do (Beg) (7-12 Yrs)

This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental basics of Tae Kwon Do. Classes will incorporate traditional martial arts style of patterns (katas), blocks/kicks/strikes and an introduction to selfdefense. New students will need to purchase a uniform on the first day of class for $35. An additional fee is required for belt testing. A signed liability agreement is required for all students. (Classes will meet one Saturday each month.) 15841 15844 15846 15847

TMC Tu,W TMC W,Th TMC Tu,W TMC W,Th

4:45pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:45pm 6pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:45pm

1/2 1/2 3/19 3/20

22 Hendawi 22 Hendawi 18 Hendawi 17 Hendawi

$109 $109 $95 $89

Tae Kwon Do (Int) (7-12 Yrs)

This course 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. An additional fee is required for sparring gear package and belt testing. A signed liability agreement is required for all students. (Classes will meet one Saturday each month.) 15842 TMC T-Th 6:15pm-7:30pm 1/2 15848 TMC T-Th 6:45pm-7:30pm 3/19

31 Hendawi 25 Hendawi

$139 $125

Piano (6-16 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. 14945 CAR Tu 15068 CAR Tu 15072 CAR Tu 15076 CAR Th 15080 CAR Th 15084 CAR Th

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

1/8 2/26 4/23 1/10 2/28 4/25

6 Heredia 6 Heredia 6 Heredia 6 Heredia 6 Heredia 6 Heredia

$115 $115 $115 $115 $115 $115

Piano (6-17 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. 16619 OAK Th 16621 OAK Th 16623 OAK Th 16625 OAK Th

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

1/10 1/10 3/21 3/21

9 Khoshkar 9 Khoshkar 9 Khoshkar 9 Khoshkar

$159 $159 $159 $159

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Piano (Adv) (8-18 Yrs)

Students MUST have taken at least 3 years of piano lessons in order to register with Linda Jourdan and be qualified as advanced.

Performing Arts Guitar (Beg) (8-14 Yrs)

Guitar lessons like none other conducted by an experienced, knowledgeable instructor who cares and will go above and beyond to help you succeed. Our instructors modern, success-proven methods are guaranteed to produce results while you have fun and learn different songs. Guitar and tuner required. 16413 OAK W 16414 OAK W

5:45pm-6:15pm 1/9 5:45pm-6:15pm 3/20

8 West 8 West

$75 $75

Heroes & Mixed Up Adventures (5-14 Yrs)-NEW

Students will dive into the creative process of developing a script while bringing magical characters to life. Students will fine tune their audition skills, character development, and performance techniques. A showcase will take place on the last day of class! 14728 TMC Th

6pm-7pm

3/28

8 Encore Kids $115

15187 TMC Tu 15189 TMC W 15192 TMC F 15198 TMC Sa 15206 TMC Tu 15211 TMC W 15214 TMC F 15218 TMC Sa

5pm-5:30pm 5pm-5:30pm 5pm-5:30pm 8:45am-9:15am 5pm-5:30pm 5pm-5:30pm 5:45pm-6:15pm 8:45am-9:15am

1/8 1/9 1/11 1/12 3/19 3/20 3/22 3/23

9 Jourdan 9 Jourdan 9 Jourdan 9 Jourdan 10 Jourdan 10 Jourdan 10 Jourdan 10 Jourdan

$159 $159 $159 $159 $175 $175 $175 $175

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Private Piano (6-16 Yrs)

Lessons are for beginner to advanced 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 the first lesson. 15105 TMC Tu 15111 TMC Tu

3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm

1/8 3/19

9 Jacobs 8 Jacobs

$159 $145

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

I’ve enrolled my son in several classes like programming and chess and he’s loved them all. - Ramona S.

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Private Piano (6 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. 14517 TMC M 14525 TMC W 14533 TMC Th 14541 TMC M 14549 TMC W 14557 TMC Th 14565 TMC Su 14576 TMC Sa 14584 TMC Tu 14592 TMC Tu 14600 TMC F 14608 TMC F 14625 TMC M 14631 TMC W 14636 TMC Th 14640 TMC F 14644 TMC Sa 14649 TMC M 14655 TMC W 14661 TMC Th 14666 TMC F 14670 TMC Sa 14679 TMC M 14695 TMC Th 14703 TMC M 14719 TMC Th 14731 TMC Sa 14744 TMC Su 14756 TMC Sa 14768 TMC Su 14891 TMC Sa 14915 TMC Su

3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 10:30am-11am 1pm-1:30pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 3:30pm-4pm 9am-9:30am 6:30pm-7pm 9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am 10am-10:30am 9am-9:30am 6:30pm-7pm 9am-9:30am 9am-9:30am 10am-10:30am 3pm-3:30pm 3pm-3:30pm 3pm-3:30pm 3pm-3:30pm 10:30am-11am 11:30am-Noon 10:30am-11am 11:30am-Noon 1pm-1:30pm 10:30am-11am

1/7 1/9 1/10 3/18 3/20 3/21 1/13 1/12 1/8 3/19 1/11 3/22 1/7 1/9 1/10 1/11 1/12 3/18 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23 1/7 1/10 3/18 3/21 1/12 1/13 3/30 3/31 3/30 3/31

8 8 8 9 9 9 8 8 8 9 8 9 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 9 9 9 9 7 7 7 7

Austin $145 Austin $145 Austin $145 Austin $159 Austin $159 Austin $159 Hsing $145 Hsing $145 Austin $145 Austin $159 Austin $145 Austin $159 Frock $145 Frock $145 Frock $145 Frock $145 Frock $145 Frock $159 Frock $159 Frock $159 Frock $159 Frock $159 Chausovsky $145 Chausovsky $145 Chausovsky $159 Chausovsky $159 Khajehzadeh $159 Khajehzadeh $159 Khajehzadeh $135 Khajehzadeh $135 Hsing $135 Hsing $135

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Private Violin (7-18 Yrs)

Lessons are for beginner to advanced level of play. Students will pay instructor for book at first lesson. A violin is required. 15135 TMC F 15141 TMC S 15229 TMC F 15246 TMC S

4pm-4:30pm 2pm-2:30pm 4pm-4:30pm 2pm-2:30pm

1/11 1/13 3/22 3/24

8 9 9 9

Cui Cui Cui Cui

$145 $159 $159 $159

*Many more times available. Please call the center or look online for more information.

Take Center Stage (5-14 Yrs)

Step into the role of a lifetime and master the fundamentals of drama! This class will focus on different mediums of theatre. Students will act, sing, dance, and use their imagination to create a one of a kind production. A showcase will take place during the last class. 14713 TMC Th

6pm-7pm

1/10

8 Encore Kids $115

Physical Activities Aerobats Gymnastics-Girls (5-12 Yrs)

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 972-941-7691. 16578 OAK M 16579 CAR M 16580 OAK M 16581 CAR M 16582 OAK Tu 16583 CAR Tu 16597 OAK Tu 16598 CAR Tu 16599 OAK W 16600 CAR W 16601 OAK W 16602 CAR W 16603 OAK Th 16604 CAR Th 16605 OAK Th 16606 CAR Th 16607 CAR Tu 16608 CAR Tu 16642 CAR Sa

4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 10am-11am

1/7 1/7 2/4 2/4 1/8 1/8 2/5 2/5 1/9 1/9 2/6 2/6 1/10 1/10 2/7 2/7 1/8 2/5 2/2

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4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47 $47

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Aerobats Co-ed Tumbling (6-12 Yrs)

Have you always wanted to learn a cartwheel, a round-off, a handstand, or even a back handspring? Well, this class is for you! In a safe and encouraging atmosphere students will work on skills and drills on the floor exercise that are appropriate for their skill level. Flexibility and strength drills will be included in order to enhance learning. 16645 CAR Tu 16644 CAR Tu 16643 CAR Tu 16646 CAR Tu

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

1/8 2/5 4/2 5/7

4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff 4 Staff

$47 $47 $47 $47

Basketball Basics (6-8 Yrs)

Do you want to join a basketball team but 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. 15454 CAR Su 15457 CAR Su 15459 CAR Su

1pm-1:45pm 1pm-1:45pm 1pm-1:45pm

1/13 2/24 4/14

5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery

$45 $45 $45

Basketball Basics (9-12 Yrs)

Do you want to join a basketball team but 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. 15461 CAR Su 15466 CAR Su 15467 CAR Su 15468 CAR Su 15469 CAR Su 15471 CAR Su

1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 2:30pm-3:15pm 2:30pm-3:15pm 2:30pm-3:15pm

1/13 2/24 4/14 1/13 2/24 4/14

5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery

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

Basketball Fundamentals (7-10 Yrs)

Hoop it up! Develop and improve fundamentals including ball handling and shooting techniques while improving endurance, flexibility, and strength. Learn strategies, basic plays, and develop teamwork and sportsmanship in a non-competitive, fun environment. 15118 TMC Su 15119 TMC Su

10:15am-11:15am 1/6 10:15am-11:15am 3/24

8 Allen 8 Allen

$59 $59

ELITE Basketball Conditioning (10-17 Yrs)-NEW

Basketball is unlike most sports, in the sense that you are constantly running up and down the court. Not only do you have to hustle on both ends of the floor, but stamina and conditioning is crucial when playing defense, trying to make a move to the basket and even playing without the ball. When the season starts, whether its AAU or school ball, be the one who’s ready for any challenge that you may encounter. This class will focus on basketball conditioning, while also working on handling and shooting drills. Taught by former D1 basketball player and skills coach. 16339 OAK Th

6:30pm-7:30pm 2/21

58

8 Staff

$65

ELITE Basketball Shooting Clinic (10-17 Yrs)-NEW

Whether you’re playing rec league, school, or AAU basketball, having a smooth and accurate shot is key to winning games. In today’s basketball, it seems like everyone has handles, but when it comes to putting up buckets, most fall short. Be the one that your team can count on to hit that winning shot! This class will focus on the mechanics of shooting as well as different types of shots you might encounter. Taught by a former D1 basketball player and skills coach. 16340 OAK Th

6:30pm-7:30pm 4/25

5 Staff

$49

Kidz Love Soccer (7-10 Yrs)

Have a great time while developing core soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting in a team format. Each class will include individual skill building and scrimmages to develop teamwork and positional play. All levels are welcome to come enjoy the world’s most popular game! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. 16469 16470 16471 16472

OAK OAK OAK OAK

Sa Sa Sa Sa

11am-11:45am 11am-11:45am 11am-11:45am 11am-11:45am

2/2 3/2 4/6 5/4

4 4 4 4

Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer Kidz Soccer

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$65 $65 $65 $65


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Next Level Basketball (Int)(12-14 Yrs)

Take your performance up a notch! This specially designed basketball workout program will give players the tools to enhance their ball handling skills, position play, strength and conditioning, and overall knowledge of the game. 15472 CAR Su 15473 CAR Su 15474 CAR Su

3:30pm-4:15pm 1/13 3:30pm-4:15pm 2/24 3:30pm-4:15pm 4/14

5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery 5 McGilvery

$45 $45 $45

Soccer Sparks® Soccer Skills (6-9 Yrs)

Dazzle with your footwork! The Soccer Sparks 6-9 year old class utilizes the “all ball” approach to foster skill improvement and build player confidence. Players will learn to solidify such skills as dribbling, passing, trapping, receiving, juggling, and accurate shooting in a supportive team environment. This class emphasizes both personal player development and team play.

This fun, skill intensive program is designed for beginners to intermediate athletes. Active sessions of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding.

15680 TMC M 15683 TMC M 15704 TMC M 15708 TMC Sa 15710 TMC Sa 15713 TMC Sa 15485 CAR Sa 15486 CAR Sa 15487 CAR Sa

Skyhawks® Multi Sport (7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Volleyball Fundamentals (6th-8th Grade)

Skyhawks Basketball (7-12 Yrs)-NEW ®

17063 OAK T,Th 5:30pm-6:30pm 1/15 17064 OAK T,Th 5:30pm-6:30pm 2/26 17065 OAK T,Th 5:30pm-6:30pm 4/16

12 SkyHawks 12 SkyHawks 12 SkyHawks

$99 $99 $99

Skyhawks multi-sport program is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. Athletes will learn the essentials of multiple sports through skill-based games and scrimmages. 16594 OAK W 16595 OAK W

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

1/16 3/20

8 SkyHawks $99 8 SkyHawks $99

Soccer Sparks® Level II (6-8 Yrs)

This class is for participants who have already attended at least three sessions of the beginner classes or have had prior experience. 15721 TMC Sa 15722 TMC Sa 15723 TMC Sa

3:50pm-4:35pm 3:50pm-4:35pm 3:50pm-4:35pm

1/12 2/23 4/13

5 Soccer Sparks $65 5 Soccer Sparks $65 5 Soccer Sparks $65

Soccer Sparks® Level II (9-10 Yrs) 15725 TMC Sa 15726 TMC Sa 15728 TMC Sa

4:40pm-5:25pm 1/12 4:40pm-5:25pm 2/23 4:40pm-5:25pm 4/13

5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks

$65 $65 $65

5pm-5:45pm 1/21 5:45pm-6:30pm 3/4 6:15pm-7pm 4/22 10:50am-11:35am 1/12 10:50am-11:35am 2/23 10:50am-11:35am 4/13 1:15pm-2pm 1/12 1:15pm-2pm 2/23 1:15pm-2pm 4/13

5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks 5 Sparks

$65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65 $65

Bump, set, spike! Develop and improve fundamentals including serves, proper hitting, setting, and spiking while improving endurance, flexibility, and strength. Learn strategies, basic plays, and develop teamwork and sportsmanship in a non-competitive, fun environment. 16358 OAK M 16359 OAK M

6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm

2/4 4/1

7 Hawkenson $55 7 Hawkenson $55

Youth Wrestling (7-12 Yrs)

This youth class provides the opportunity to experience the basics of wrestling! Lessons will include: rules of the sport, basic techniques ranging from takedowns to ground games to reversals, and most importantly, sportsmanship. All skills will be taught in a safe and fun environment for your blooming, young athlete! 15790 TMC M

5:15pm-6:15pm 1/7

16 Walther

$105

INSTRUCTORS WE WANT YOU!

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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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH Digital Photography Camp (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, light 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 their own digital camera to class. 14583 TMC M-F 1pm-4pm

3/11

5 RARE

$155

Film Making Camp (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 we 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.

School Break

14582 TMC M-F 9am-Noon

Artful Explorations Holiday Art Camp (6-13 Yrs)

Your young artist will create six paintings in this three day art camp, painting holiday themes. Students will learn different techniques of oil and acrylic painting on canvas, watercolor painting, oil pastels and charcoal drawing (five mediums). They will learn color theory, brush strokes, perspective and more! You’ll want to frame and hang their masterpieces! Dress for a mess and bring paper towels and a snack each day. A $45 supply fee is due the first day of camp. 11385 TMC W-F 9am-Noon

12/26 3 Elkins

$65

Artful Explorations Art Camp (6-13 Yrs)

Your young artist will create eight paintings in this four day art camp, painting spring themes, flowers and birds, landscapes, etc. Students will learn different techniques of oil and acrylic painting on canvas, watercolor painting, oil pastels and charcoal drawing (five mediums). They will learn color theory, brush strokes, perspective, use of palette knife and more! You’ll want to frame and hang their masterpieces! Dress for a mess and bring paper towels and a snack each day. A $60 supply fee is due the first day of camp. 14273 TMC M-Th 9am-Noon

3/11

4 Elkins

$75

Camp Millionaire (9-13 Yrs)

Become a financial genius at Camp Millionaire! Our fun, interactive game teaches students the principles of money management, investing, the Three Pillars of Wealth, philanthropy and much more. Kids will get the financial foundation to meet and exceed their financial goals when they grow up. Get a head start on a great future. Please bring a daily snack. 15786 TMC M-F 9am-Noon

3/11

5 Calderon $165

5 RARE

$155

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

Blast-off on knowledge of flight in this exciting rockets camp. Campers will build their own rocket and planes, experiment with propulsion systems, and launch and recover rockets! Campers will learn the science behind living in space as a well as understand why space exploration is so important. 16513 TMC M-F

9am-Noon

3/11

5 Mad Science $165

Mad Science® Robotics Coding (10-13 Yrs)

Learn the introductory topics of coding our EVOs to perform tasks! Program your robot to navigate a street fraught with potholes and other distractions. Teach your robot to react to various obstacles in a logical manner. Take your thinking and coding abilities to the next level! All participants need to bring a tablet or laptop. A $25 supply fee is due on the first day of class. 16515 TMC M-F

1pm-4pm

3/11

5 Mad Science $165

Outdoor Spring Break Camp (6-12 Yrs)

Looking to try something new and spend a little time outdoors this spring break? Come join us at Oak Point Park Nature and Retreat Center! You’ll meet new camp friends, explore the woods on a hike, learn to kayak, aim for the bull’s-eye on the archery range, test your fishing skills, create cool nature crafts, swim at a local pool and engage in a variety of gym games. Don’t forget about the best part…field trip Friday! 17003 NRC

M-F

9am-2pm

3/11

5

Staff

$125

Skyhawks® Sports Sampler Camp (7-12 Yrs)-NEW

Skyhawks Sports Sampler Camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. They will combine multiple sports such as: soccer, basketball, and extreme sports (ultimate Frisbee, dodgeball, and capture the flag) in one fun filled week of camp. 16986 OAK M-F 9am-3pm

60

3/11

3/11

5 SkyHawks $150

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - YOUTH SkyhawksÂŽ Track & Field (6-12 Yrs)-NEW

Skyhawks track and field combines technical development and fundamental techniques to prepare athletes for track and field and cross country events. 16596 OAK Sa

10am-11am

3/23

8 SkyHawks $99

Slime Squad Camp (5-12 Yrs)

STEAM-tastic Challenge Island camp is the perfect destination for your child during spring break! You and a tribeful of friends will dive into a new slime-filled world every day, from alien ooze to ghostly goo to monster muck to lava, too. No matter how you stretch it, Challenge Island Slime Squad Camp promises to be a STEAM-riffic adventure of a lifetime. 16484 OAK M-F 9am-4pm

3/11

5 STEM

$185

TMC’s Spring Break Camp

Need something to do this spring break? Come enjoy swim lessons, water games, crafts, playground games and so much more! A new craft will be completed each day. Please bring a lunch, change of clothes, tennis shoes, swim suit and towel. 15834 TMC M-F 9am-1pm

3/11

10 Staff

$125

Youth Medley Yoga Camp (6-11 Yrs)-NEW

Join us for a fun-packed and imaginative exploration of the world of yoga. Each day will offer a new adventure of yoga including: Sublime Slime Yoga (mindfully manipulating slime); Peace & Love Glowga (using glow-in-the-dark appliances to perform yoga with black lights and fun music); and Furry Friends (exploring the calming effect of mindfully engaging with a furry friend while practicing yoga)! 16529 TMC M-W

9am-Noon

3/11

3

Matters

$145

Plano Aerobats Gymnastics 2015 TAAF Level 3 & 5 State Champions! Plano Aerobats is a year-round gymnastics program offering gymnastics instruction for boys ages 4 to 8 years at Oak Point Recreation Center and 4-10 years at Carpenter Park Recreation Center. Instruction for girls ages 3-16 years is offered at both locations. 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 website at planoaerobats.org. For more information, or to register, please call 972.208.8187 or 972.208.8092.

YOU CAN CHARGE IT!

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Cardio Party Mash-Up-NEW

Get ready to dance! We’ve taken the best from two dance-cardio formats and created a new mash-up cardio class! You’ll learn two simple dances while pumping up your heart rate, all within an hour. It will be so much fun, you’ll forget you’re working out! 14510 OAK W

8pm-9pm

1/9

9

Rawlings

$65

The title of the course is CARDIO PARTY MASH-UP. The Course Code is 14510, and it meets at OAK POINT RECREATION CENTER on WEDNESDAYS from 8PM to 9PM, begins JANUARY 9, meets 9 times, the instructor is RAWLINGS and the fee for this course is $65. CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center LRC = Liberty Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center OPP = Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve PAC = Plano Aquatic Center PSRC = Plano Senior Recreation Center NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

6 Schaefer 6 Schaefer

$105 $105

Calling all crafts and fine art students and instructors! If you participated in one or more of the Plano Parks and Recreation Departments art programs during the 2018-2019 calendar year, you are welcome to join us as we gear up for our 6th Annual Arts & Craft Expo. This event will take place at CAR and is a unique opportunity to show off finished creations, boast about class instructors and even sell artwork created while enrolled in one of our recreation programs. Pre-registration is required and waiver agreement must be signed. Tables are limited to one per registrant. All negotiation of sales are between buyer and seller. This event is open and free to the public. 4/14

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1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm 1pm-4pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm 6pm-9pm

1/9 2/27 4/17 1/10 2/28 4/18

6 6 6 6 6 6

Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins Tompkins

$119 $119 $119 $119 $119 $119

Color Portraits in Paint

This course is for students who have already taken beginning portrait with an instructor and are able to properly measure proportions of the face without assistance. We will focus on color mixing and creating values on the face with color. Watercolors, brushes, and water cups are provided. Students must provide acrylic paint and canvases.

15097 CAR Su 15098 CAR Su 15099 CAR Su

Arts & Craft Expo

11am-4pm

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6:30pm-8pm

3/18

5 West

$125

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.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced tailor, this class is for you! Students will work on personal home décor projects or clothing. Clothing students will have an emphasis placed on fitting and construction tips, while home décor students will focus on measurements and assembly techniques. See confirmation receipt for required supplies.

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Crochet & Knitting (Beg/Int)

Adult Sewing Beg/Adv (13 Yrs & Up)

3:15pm-5:15pm 1/13 3:15pm-5:15pm 3/24

Using hand-building and coil techniques, students will get a feel for making beautiful works of functional and sculptural ceramic art. Students will create their own designs as well as copy examples of historic pieces. This class will help develop your sculpting skills and empower you to a higher artistic ability. Tuition does not include clay material.

16790 OAK M

Crafts and Fine Arts

16263 CAR Su 16264 CAR Su

Basics of Hand Building With Clay

1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm

1/13 2/17 3/24

4 Almaraz 4 Almaraz 4 Almaraz

$45 $45 $45

Drawing (Beg)

Are you the person who always jokes you can only draw a stick man but deep inside wish you could draw a realistic object? This class is for you! You will learn measuring techniques that allow someone to accurately render any object. Learn about setting up a value system in your drawing for shading and how to check proportion. The skills you learn will stay with you forever! No previous experience necessary. All supplies included. 16788 OAK Tu 16793 OAK Tu

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

1/8 4/30

5 West 5 West

$109 $109

DSLR Photography

It happens to everybody: you got a new camera and you have not fully figured it out yet. Enroll in this class to learn about your feature-rich DSLR camera and begin taking pictures that will take your breath away! DSLR camera required. 15886 CAR Sa 16327 OAK Sa 16328 OAK Sa

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

4/20 1/12 5/11

2 Tacsik 2 Tacsik 2 Tacsik

$15

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT 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 (pre-loading these apps is encouraged!). While not a prerequisite, this class builds on the material presented in the iPhone Photography (Beg) class. 16266 CAR Sa

9:30am-Noon

2/23

1 Tacsik

$19

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.

French Flower Beading

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. 15437 TMC Tu 15438 TMC Tu

6:30pm-8:30pm 1/22 6:30pm-8:30pm 4/2

2 Cassidy 2 Cassidy

$75 $75

Intro to Drawing

You will understand the fundamental concepts of drawing each week in this inventive four week course! Topics covered will include composition, value, line, shape and form. You will leave each session with a completed drawing based on techniques learned each week. 16275 16276 16277 16278

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6:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-8:30pm

1/15 2/19 3/26 4/30

4 4 4 4

Veteto Veteto Veteto Veteto

$45 $45 $45 $45

Iphone Photography (Beg)

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 will be on iPhones and iPhone apps, the techniques and skills can be applied to all smartphones. 16265 CAR Sa

9:30am-Noon

972-941-7250

1/26

1 Tacsik

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7:30pm-9:30pm 1pm-3:30pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm 7:30pm-9:30pm 1pm-3:30pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm 7:30pm-9:30pm 1pm-3:30pm 6:30pm-9pm 1pm-3:30pm

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Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas Fallas

$69 $85 $85 $85 $69 $85 $85 $85 $69 $85 $85 $85

Pencil Portrait (Beg)

Have you ever wished you could draw an accurate portrait of someone you love but think it’s impossible. I guarantee after this course you will be able to draw a beautiful pencil portrait that is recognizable. We will learn about measuring, proportion, and creating shadows and light on the face. No previous experience necessary. All supplies included. 16786 OAK M 16794 OAK M

6:30pm-8pm 6:30pm-8pm

1/7 4/29

5 West 5 West

$109 $109

Sogetsu Ikebana

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. $20 supply fee due to the instructor the first day of class. All artistic levels welcome. 15439 15440 15442 15443 15445

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1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm 1pm-3pm

1/12 2/9 3/9 4/20 5/11

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Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton

$39 $39 $39 $39 $39

$19

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT Watercolor (Beg)

In this course you will learn about watercolor techniques used by professionals to achieve different effects. We will practice each technique and talk about how they are used in a painting. Then we will complete a sail boat scene, a floral painting, and a snow scene that are ready for framing! No previous experience necessary. All supplies included. 16791 OAK Tu

7pm-8:30pm

3/19

5 West

$125

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. 13939 13940 13941 13942 13943

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9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm

1/12 2/16 3/16 4/13 5/11

1 1 1 1 1

Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden

$39 $39 $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! Price per person. OAK M OAK M TMC Th TMC Th

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

1/7 3/18 1/10 3/21

8 8 8 8

Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn

$95 $95 $95 $95

Ballroom Dancing (Int)

Learning to dance is easier than ever! Come join us for loads of fun as we go beyond the basics of several ballroom favorites. Couples only please. So bring your partner and let’s dance, you will love it! Price per person. 16743 TMC W 16745 TMC W

7:30pm-8:30pm 1/9 7:30pm-8:30pm 3/20

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. Instructor may record class for additional student practice at home. Video participation is optional. A signed video release form is required for video participation. 16749 CAR Su 16752 CAR Su 16756 CAR Su

1/6 2/17 3/31

6 Brown 6 Brown 6 Brown

$29 $29 $29

Contemporary Line Dancing (Int/Adv)

Three to five years previous line dancing experience required to take this class. Instructor films class and posts videos on Youtube for additional student practice at home. A signed video release form is required for class participation. 16748 16750 16751 16753 16754 16755 16757 16758 16759

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2pm-5pm 6:30pm-8:50pm 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 6:30pm-8:50pm 2pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 6:30pm-8:50pm 2pm-5pm

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Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

$29 $29 $29 $29 $29 $29 $29 $29 $29

8 Glenn 8 Glenn

$95 $95

In Texas, you have to learn how to country dance! Learn to two-step, waltz and more as you improve your balance, memory, and boost your spirits! For couples and singles; no partner necessary. 15093 15094 15095 15096

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6:30pm-8pm 6:30pm-8pm 6:30pm-8pm 6:30pm-8pm

1/10 2/21 3/28 5/2

4 4 4 4

Everett Everett Everett Everett

$45 $45 $45 $45

Hula (Beg)

Beginner hula lessons. Learn basic hula movements and learn a beginners hula dance. 14286 CAR Tu 14287 CAR Tu

8:05pm-8:55pm 1/8 8:05pm-8:55pm 3/19

9 Tolibas 10 Tolibas

$65 $69

Line Dancing (Improver)

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. No partner required. 16000 TMC F 16002 TMC F

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

Country Two-Step

Ballroom Dancing

15384 15385 16742 16744

Contemporary Line Dancing (Adv/Beg)

6:30pm-8:45pm 1/4 6:30pm-8:45pm 3/22

10 Yeh 9 Yeh

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$69 $65


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT 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.

Etc... Adult/Child CPR-NEW

If you’ve always thought it would be fun to learn to Tap Dance, join us for a class designed especially for beginners. Learn to tap in a fun exciting atmosphere. No experience necessary. Tap shoes required.

The primary purpose of the American Red Cross CPR program is to help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac and breathing emergencies. This course will teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person and to decide whether advanced medical care is needed. Participants will be certified in American Red Cross Adult and Child CPR upon successful completion of the course.

Tap (Int I)

”ARF” Dog Sports

16001 TMC Tu 16003 TMC Tu

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

1/8 3/19

9 Yeh 10 Yeh

$65 $69

Tap (Beg)

14252 CAR W 14253 CAR W

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

1/9 3/6

7 Hornberger $59 7 Hornberger $59

This exhilarating program is for students with knowledge of basic beginner tap dancing skills! Tap shoes are required. Prerequisite: Tap (Beg). 14250 CAR M 14251 CAR M

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

1/7 3/4

7 Hornberger $59 7 Hornberger $59

Tap (Int II)

This exhilarating program is for students who have already experienced Intermediate tap dancing! Come join us as we perfect our skills and showmanship. Tap shoes required. Prerequisite: Tap (Int I) or knowledge of basic tap skills. 14248 CAR M 14249 CAR M

6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm

1/7 3/4

7 Hornberger $59 7 Hornberger $59

Liberty Recreation Center Renovation Liberty Recreation Center will soon be renovated! The project includes updated locker rooms and restrooms, a new entrance to the pool, an enhanced and expanded fitness area, a new outdoor fitness area, pool area improvements, and a general refresh of the entire recreation center and grounds. The recreation center will close during the renovation and is scheduled to reopen in summer 2019. When the center closes, we encourage you to take your favorite class or work out at one of our other recreation centers. For project updates, please visit our website at planoparks.org.

16280 CAR Su 16281 CAR Su

1pm-5pm 1pm-5pm

2/24 4/28

1 Staff 1 Staff

$55 $55

This team K9 class will introduce you and your dog to agility obstacles, rally, and find-it (tracking/scent) games. Whether it’s for backyard fun or competition, this is a great way to add variety to training in a positive environment. Dogs must be at least 4 months old, in good health, rabies vaccinated, on leash, and adult supervised. Classes meet at Oak Point Park near the pavilion. Orientation information will be sent via email before first class with instructions on how to provide rabies certificate and signed team profile/release waiver. 15400 OPP Sa

5:30pm-6:30pm 2/16

3 Bales

$45

Belay Training 16 Yrs & Up

Learn the basics of climbing and rope-handling, including tying a figureeight knot, climbing commands, and belaying. All equipment required to climb is provided. Participants must register in groups of two or more. Parent/guardian must complete waiver for those under 18 years of age. 16368 16369 16370 16371

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10:30am-11:30am 1/19 10:30am-11:30am 2/16 10:30am-11:30am 4/13 10:30am-11:30am 5/11

1 1 1 1

Chow Chow Chow Chow

$15 $15 $15 $15

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! 13959 CAR Th 13960 CAR Th

6:30pm-8:30pm 1/10 6:30pm-8:30pm 3/21

9 Kramer 9 Kramer

$75 $75

Buying New Construction

There are many reasons to consider buying new when thinking about your next home. This class will help you think through all the pros and cons of buying new construction, and will give valuable tips when you decide to buy. 15451 TMC Sa 15452 TMC Th

10am-11:30am 7pm-8:30pm

2/9 4/25

1 Beitchman 1 Beitchman

$5 $5

College Express-NEW

Collin County Community College will be visiting Carpenter Park Recreation Center with their Mobile Go truck to help parents and students learn the latest tips on financial aid and how to transition from high school to college. Join us in a 42 foot air conditioned trailer equipped with laptop computers, TV’s, a printer and internet connectivity to explore your options, ask questions and apply! 13946 CAR F

972-941-7250

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2pm-5pm

5/24

1 Staff

FREE

65


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT Community Garage Sale

Have some old stuff that you’re wanting to get rid of? Come make some extra cash at our community garage sale. Any clothing items you have left over can be donated to an on-site donation truck. 15389 OAK Sa

7am-11am

4/6

1 Staff

Conquer the Interview & Get the Job!-NEW

Hear tips on conquering the interview from a supervisor herself! Learn how to succeed in the interview by understanding what you should and shouldn’t say and how to present yourself to a potential supervisor. Students will gain insight from someone who has been interviewing candidates for years. This class is beneficial to first time job seekers, candidates that are re-entering the workforce, recent graduates or anyone seeking to enhance their overall interview skills. 13950 CAR M

5pm-6pm

2/25

1 Staff

$5

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. 13957 CAR W 13958 CAR W

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

2/20 5/22

1 Gallogly 1 Gallogly

$19 $19

Spanish Foundations

Have you ever wanted to learn how to speak Spanish? 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! 15885 CAR Sa

10am-11am

4/20

6 Hudson

$59

Traveling Abroad: What You Need to Know

Are you tired of traveling on someone else’s schedule only to see wellworn tourist shops? Forget the large group tours and take control of your own schedule! This class will guide you through the preparation so that you can have an enjoyable, educational and safe travel experience. The class will focus mainly on Europe but the knowledge you gain will help you travel throughout the world. 15890 CAR M,Tu 7pm-9pm 15891 CAR M,Tu 7pm-9pm

1/14 3/4

2 Schreiber 2 Schreiber

$65 $65

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Punch Cards for Fitness Classes! $32 for 4 punches

$35

Please see list of classes that allow drop-ins (look for the fitness symbol shown above next to the class title). Subject to availability. Call the center you are interested in to check on class availability.

Fitness 20-20-20

20-20-20 has 20 minutes of hi aerobics, 20 minutes of low aerobics and 20 minutes of resistance training. This class is designed to burn calories with easy to follow aerobics and strength exercises. 14280 CAR T,Th 7pm-8pm 14281 CAR T,Th 7pm-8pm

1/8 3/19

18 Judkins 20 Judkins

$105 $115

Being Balanced Basics

Small group training at its best! Being Balanced Method is a holistic health and wellness training program. Our six-week session builds strong bodies while focusing on balance and alignment. You get Being Balanced personalized exercise prescriptions with your custom strength, cardiovascular and nutritional training programs to help correct posture and movement imbalances. Assessments are not mandatory but are highly recommended in order for the trainer to best design your program. 16004 16012 16013 16028 16037 16038 16825 16826 16827

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6am-7am 6am-7am 6am-7am 10am-11am 10am-11am 10am-11am 11am-Noon 11am-Noon 11am-Noon

1/7 2/25 4/15 1/7 2/25 4/15 1/7 2/25 4/15

12 Press 12 Press 12 Press 12 Sigler 12 Sigler 12 Sigler 12 Press 12 Press 12 Press

$225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225

Being Balanced Method Assessments

A Being Balanced Method personal trainer will do a complete joint and postural assessment and design a program tailored to your strength training, cardiovascular and nutritional needs. We will design your customized strength training programs to correct your posture and get your body back into balance and help prevent injury. Being Balanced Method is a holistic health and wellness training program. Package includes: 3 personal training sessions, Being Balanced personalized exercise prescriptions with your custom strength, cardiovascular and nutritional training program to correct posture and movement imbalances. Upon registration, you will schedule your initial Being Balanced Method private appointment with our personal trainers. 16005 TMC M 16006 TMC M 16014 TMC M

Noon-2:30pm Noon-2:30pm Noon-2:30pm

1/7 2/25 4/15

1 Press 1 Press 1 Press

$225 $225 $225

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT Being Balanced Run/Walk Training

Learn how to run and stay injury free. This six week small group running class includes all distances from sprints to endurance. Coach will design your personalized Being Balanced training program for any distance/goal and will include strength training and form/technique video analysis. We will teach balance and alignment and build running strength to focus on avoiding injuries. Class is taught by a USA Track and Field Level 3/Southwest Association registered coach. Classes are held indoor/outdoor. 16007 16015 16016 16828 16829 16831

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10am-11am 10am-11am 10am-11am 6am-7am 6am-7am 6am-7am

1/7 2/25 4/15 1/8 2/26 4/16

12 Sigler 12 Sigler 12 Sigler 12 Sigler 12 Sigler 12 Sigler

$225 $225 $225 $225 $225 $225

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! 14293 CAR Th 14294 CAR Th

6pm-6:55pm 6pm-6:55pm

1/10 3/21

9 Keltch 10 Keltch

$65 $69

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. 14295 CAR M 14296 CAR M

11:40am-12:30pm 1/7 11:40am-12:30pm 3/18

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

$65 $69

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. 14297 CAR F 14298 CAR F

9am-9:55am 9am-9:55am

1/11 3/22

9 Rowland 10 Rowland

$65 $69

Cardio Party Mash-Up-NEW

Get ready to dance! We’ve taken the best from two dance-cardio formats and created a new mash-up cardio class! You’ll learn two simple dance styles while pumping up your heart rate, all within an hour. It will be so much fun, you’ll forget you’re working out! 14510 OAK W 14511 OAK W

8pm-9pm 8pm-9pm

1/9 3/20

9 Rawlings 9 Rawlings

$65 $65

Energy Boost From China

Want to increase your energy? Are you tired of body aches and stiffness? Be prepared for an exhilarating experience when you try the Energy Boost from China BaoJian Fitness! This invigorating series of low impact/highly effective movements will work your body inside and out. 15488 TMC Tu

10am-10:55am

972-941-7250

1/8

9 Clevenger

$79

Essentrics®

Essentrics is a dynamic full-body workout that simultaneously combines stretching and strengthening, while engaging all 650 muscles. This low impact, equipment free class is perfect for men and women and will leave you energized, youthful and healthy. 14302 14303 14304 14305

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10am-10:55am 10am-10:55am 9am-9:55am 9am-9:55am

1/7 3/18 1/9 3/20

9 Gibson 10 Gibson 9 Gibson 10 Gibson

$65 $69 $65 $69

Fusion

During this class, you’ll focus on cardio, core and more while using a wide array of equipment, including weights, resistance bands and BOSU® balls. Get ready to tone up and burn fat while simultaneously strengthening your muscles and tightening your entire body. 13988 TMC M,W 8:30am-9:30am 1/7 13989 TMC M,W,F 8:30am-9:30am 1/7 13990 TMC F 8:30am-9:30am 1/11

38 Reid 57 Reid 19 Reid

$175 $245 $105

HIIT

Push through your fitness plateaus and improve your strength, endurance and metabolism. Workouts are based on timed, high intensity intervals of cardiovascular, strength and resistance drills to routinely challenge your mind and body. Class is adjustable for all fitness levels. 16047 16048 16049 16050

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9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am 5:15pm-6pm 5:15pm-6pm

1/7 3/18 1/7 3/18

18 McCulloch 20 McCulloch 18 McCulloch 20 McCulloch

$105 $115 $105 $115

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT Indoor Cycling

Low-impact, high-energy indoor cycling offers tremendous benefits, including a stronger heart, improved oxygen delivery to muscles, and increased metabolism. 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. 14438 14439 14440 14441 14442 14443 14444 14445 14446 14447 14448 14449 14450 17050 17051 17052 17053 17054 17055 17056 17057 17058 17059 17060 17061 17062

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8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 9am-10am 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 6pm-7pm 9am-10am 9am-10am 6am-7am 6am-7am 6am-7am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 8:30am-9:30am 9:00am-10:00am 6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am 6:00am-7:00am 6:00am-7:00am 6:00am-7:00am

1/7 1/5 1/7 1/9 1/10 1/8 1/8 1/10 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/8 1/10 3/18 3/16 3/18 3/20 3/21 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/19 3/19 3/19 3/19 3/21

18 Sigler 10 Simms 9 Sigler 9 Sigler 9 Simms 18 Brenner 9 Brenner 9 Brenner 18 Simms 9 Martin 18 Press 9 Press 9 Press 20 Sigler 10 Simms 10 Sigler 10 Sigler 10 Simms 20 Brenner 10 Brenner 10 Brenner 20 Simms 10 Martin 20 Press 10 Press 10 Press

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Interval Training

This class is designed to burn calories and builds muscle. This highintensity class uses boot camp drills to strengthen your heart and lungs, weight-bearing exercises to develop strength, and the BOSU® 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. 15341 TMC M,W Noon-1pm 15342 TMC M Noon-1pm 15343 TMC W Noon-1pm

1/7 1/7 1/9

37 Sills 18 Sills 19 Sills

$165 $99 $105

LaBlast® Fitness

Inspired by TV’s Dancing with the Stars, this is an energizing dance fitness class blending the true skill of ballroom dance with the calorie blasting properties of interval fitness. Carefully curated music playlists from all eras and genres keep you engaged and entertained while learning the Tango, Rumba, Quickstep and more! The multi-level learning approach makes this class perfect for everyone, from the absolute beginner to the advanced dancer. It’s partner-free, high energy...and did we mention that it’s really fun? 14501 OAK Sa 14502 OAK Sa

8:30am-9:15am 1/12 8:30am-9:15am 3/30

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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. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. Variations are due to four meetings per week vs. two meetings per week. 14455 14456 14457 14486 14487

TMC M,W,F 6am-7am TMC M,W,F 6am-7am TMC M,W,F 6am-7am TMC M,W,F 6am-7am TMC M,W,F 6am-7am

1/2 2/1 3/1 4/1 5/1

13 Reid 12 Reid 10 Reid 13 Reid 13 Reid

$99 $99 $89 $99 $99

LiveWire 30-Minute Circuit Workout-NEW

Thirty minutes is all you need for this fast-paced, full-body interval workout. We focus on achieving maximum calories burned and cardiovascular conditioning through HIIT (high intensity internal training). This is a circuit workout that’s fast paced and fun! We suggest combining this class with the LiveWire Core Conductor, which is also a 30-minutes class. 14467 TMC T,Th 8:15am-9:45am 1/8

38 Reid

$115

LiveWire Powerhouse Boot Camp

These 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! Registration includes orientation, group grocery tour and nutritional guidance. All fitness levels welcome, beginners to advanced. Classes are held indoor/outdoor. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. Variations are due to four meetings per week vs. two meetings per week. 14468 14469 14470 14471 14472 14473 14474 14475 14488 14489

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5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am 5:30am-6:30am

1/2 1/3 2/4 2/5 3/4 3/5 4/1 4/2 5/1 5/2

18 Reid 9 Reid 16 Reid 8 Reid 16 Reid 8 Reid 18 Reid 9 Reid 17 Reid 9 Reid

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

9 Compliments $65 7 Compliments $55

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT LiveWire Pure Strength

This low impact, small group personal training offers 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 BOSUŽ balls. Classes are priced on a monthly basis. 14476 14477 14478 14483 14484

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

1/3 2/5 3/5 4/2 5/2

9 8 6 9 9

Reid Reid Reid Reid Reid

$89 $89 $79 $89 $89

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. Classes are held indoor/outdoor. 14479 14480 14481 14482 14485

TMC M,W,F 5:30am-6:30am TMC M,W,F 5:30am-6:30am TMC M,W,F 5:30am-6:30am TMC M,W,F 5:30am-6:30am TMC M,W,F 5:30am-6:30am

1/2 2/4 3/1 4/1 5/1

13 Reid 11 Reid 13 Reid 13 Reid 13 Reid

$99 $99 $99 $99 $99

Living Yoga & Meditation

This two-hour class of traditional eight stage yoga utilizes sacred texts in a comparative format for the 21st century. Results are oriented to actualize and proactively live yoga in every day life. For all ages, levels of practice, and fitness. Wear comfortable clothes, bring a mat, and blanket. 14233 OAK Su 14235 OAK Su

3pm-5pm 3pm-5pm

1/13 3/24

10 Welp 8 Welp

$69 $59

Meditation (Beg/Adv)

Calm and center the body, mind, and spirit while discovering and developing the various skills and stages of meditation. Practices used are based upon ancient, traditional, and modern methodologies from both east and west. Beginning to advanced students welcome. Please dress comfortably and bring a mat and blanket. 14242 OAK Su 14243 OAK Su

2pm-3pm 2pm-3pm

1/13 3/24

10 Welp 8 Welp

$69 $59

Pickleball Clinic

This class will cover the basic rules, strategies, and equipment needed to play effective and enjoyable pickleball. Equipment will be provided, if needed. 14236 14237 14238 14240 14241

OAK Tu OAK Tu OAK Tu OAK Tu OAK Tu

8am-9am 8am-9am 8am-9am 8am-9am 8am-9am

972-941-7250

1/15 2/19 3/12 4/9 5/14

1 1 1 1 1

Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward

$15 $15 $15 $15 $15

Power Barre Fitness

Power Barre fitness combines ballet techniques and other strengthening exercises into a cardio workout. It is designed to create lean, elongated muscles working the body as a whole, and concentrating on key isolated muscle groups at the barre. Exercises will enhance core strength, balance, flexibility, and posture while burning calories. 14319 CAR W 14320 CAR W

11:40am-12:30pm 1/9 11:40am-12:30pm 3/20

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

$65 $69

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 and correct usage of the exercise equipment, as well as, tailored workouts to improve cardiovascular health, flexibility and strength. Taught by certified personal trainer. 14324 CAR W,F 6pm-7pm 14325 CAR W,F 6pm-7pm

1/9 3/20

18 Wilcox 20 Wilcox

$189 $209

Semi-Private Fitness Training Program-NEW

More than a workout, this program will meet you where you are in your fitness journey, whether a beginner needing a jump start or an experienced exerciser needing a reset. A physical fitness assessment (cardio, strength, flexibility, body composition) is required for realistic goal(s) setting, planning and implementing a personalized cardio and strength conditioning exercise plan that is time-efficient and effective. There will be an accountability protocol plus additional tools utilized for nutrition education and healthy lifestyle habits. Limited to 3 participants. 16417 16418 16419 16420 16421 16422

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7am-7:45am 7am-7:45am 7am-7:45am 7am-7:45am 7am-7:45am 7am-7:45am

1/8 1/29 2/19 3/19 4/9 4/30

6 6 6 6 6 6

Compliments $125 Compliments $125 Compliments $125 Compliments $125 Compliments $125 Compliments $125

Semi-Private Personal Training

This small-group class is an excellent springboard for those that are just beginning their fitness journey! Under the supervision of a certified personal trainer, learn to balance healthy eating with weightlifting and cardio. 16043 16044 16045 16046

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6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am

1/7 3/18 1/11 3/15

6 6 6 6

Walther Walther Walther Walther

$95 $95 $95 $95

Strength Training for Runners

Looking to improve your running performance while trying to avoid common running related injuries? Whether you are training for your first 5k or 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. 15850 TMC Sa 15853 TMC Sa

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8:30am-9:15am 1/12 8:30am-9:15am 3/23

8 Graham 8 Graham

$79 $79

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT 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. 16516 OAK Th 16521 OAK Th

7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm

1/3 3/21

10 Donahue 9 Donahue

$65 $59

Tai Chi for Well Being

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. 14326 CAR M 14327 CAR M

7:05pm-8pm 7:05pm-8pm

1/7 3/18

9 Christenson $65 10 Christenson $69

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. 14328 CAR M 14329 CAR M

8:05pm-9pm 8:05pm-9pm

1/7 3/18

9 Christenson $65 10 Christenson $69

Total Body Strength & Stretch

Fat blasting total body strength class designed to give you a total body workout, targeting each of the major muscle groups and boost your flexibility and improve joint range of motion with full body stretching. 14330 CAR M 14331 CAR M

10:30am-11:20am 1/7 10:30am-11:20am 3/18

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

$65 $69

Transform

Transform is a class that unites yoga and sport. Prepare for a unique mind/body experience featuring traditional yoga poses, such as warrior, sun salutations, eagle, and pigeon throughout the class. Sport influenced movement including plyometrics, speed, power and strength are incorporated progressively to allow participants to self-guide their intensity. This integrated and diverse program changes you from the inside out. Get ready to move, stretch, and be challenged. 14040 OAK W 14046 OAK W

9am-10am 9am-10am

1/9 3/20

10 Mitchell 10 Mitchell

$69 $69

Beautiful facilities with all of the amenities of larger gyms and the ability to take fitness classes (tons to choose from) at a minimal additional fee. Pools are great too! - Kevin R.

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Trilogy Barre Boot Camp-NEW

Triple fitness workout on and off the barre that blends segments of strength training exercises, ballet barre and core conditioning techniques with HIIT sequences to kick it up a notch. This total-body workout challenges all of your major muscle groups focusing on high reps and low loads using bodyweight or dumbbells. You’ll burn calories, engage your core with movements, increase strength, improve endurance, tone, and shape the body by moving to the beat of the music. Variations available to challenge and accommodate all fitness levels. 14503 14504 14505 14506 14507

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5:15am-6am 5:15am-6am 5:15am-6am 9:30am-10:15am 9:30am-10:15am

1/8 2/21 4/16 1/12 3/30

12 14 12 9 8

Compliments $109 Compliments $125 Compliments $109 Compliments $89 Compliments $85

YogaBody Barre

A fusion workout that includes a fluid sequence of accessible yoga postures, connecting breath with movement, along with variable paced segments of classical dance conditioning techniques and strength exercises to create a dynamic muscle toning format. Burn calories, improve posture, flexibility, balance, core strength, and endurance in this class that offers variations to suit all levels of fitness, beginners to experienced. 14499 OAK W 14500 OAK W

7:30pm-8:15pm 1/9 7:30pm-8:15pm 3/20

9 Compliments $89 10 Compliments $95

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. 14048 OAK F 14052 OAK F

9:15am-10:30am 1/11 9:15am-10:30am 3/22

10 Mitchell 9 Mitchell

$69 $65

Zumba®

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. 14346 14347 14348 14349 14350 14351 15344 15345 15346 15348 15349 15350

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10:40am-11:30am 1/9 10:05am-11am 1/7 9am-9:50am 1/12 10:40am-11:30am 3/20 10:05am-11am 3/18 9am-9:50am 3/23 6pm-6:50pm 1/8 6pm-6:50pm 1/8 6pm-6:50pm 1/10 6pm-6:50pm 3/19 6pm-6:50pm 3/19 6pm-6:50pm 3/21

9 Rowland 9 Rowland 9 Riley 10 Rowland 10 Rowland 10 Riley 18 Riley 9 Riley 9 Riley 20 Riley 10 Riley 10 Riley

$65 $65 $65 $69 $69 $69 $105 $65 $65 $115 $69 $69

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT

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azzercise is a pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results...fast. It’s a calorie-torching, 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 800 cph (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 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 & Fri Mon, Tu, Th, Fri, Sat

Zumba® Fitness

8am-9am 9am-10am

Fitness-Aerobics

A fusion of fitness elements, music and dance variations to create cardio intervals with multi-paced rhythms and varied intensities for fat burning, toning, and increased cardiovascular and muscular endurance. Classes consist of Latin, Caribbean, and International rhythms only that are incorporated from Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Reggaeton, Soca, Belly Dancing, Tango and more for classic Zumba flavor. No dance experience necessary; all fitness levels welcome.

Abdominal & Cardio

Zumba Gold

15332 TMC Tu 9:30am-10:30am 1/8 15333 TMC Th 9:30am-10:30am 1/10 15334 TMC T,Th 9:30am-10:30am 1/8

14277 OAK W 14498 OAK W

6:30pm-7:25pm 1/9 6:30pm-7:25pm 3/20

9 Compliments $75 10 Compliments $79

®

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. 14352 CAR M,Th 12:40pm-1:30pm 1/7 14353 CAR M,Th 12:40pm-1:30pm 3/18

18 Kourounis $105 20 Kourounis $115

Zumba® Toning

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 both 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. 14354 14355 14356 14357 15347 15351

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10:40am-11:30am 1/8 10:40am-11:30am 3/19 10am-10:55am 1/12 10am-10:55am 3/23 6pm-6:50pm 1/7 6pm-6:50pm 3/18

972-941-7250

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis 9 Riley 10 Riley 9 Riley 10 Riley

$65 $69 $65 $69 $65 $69

Jazzercise Jazzercise

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. 19 Reid 19 Reid 38 Reid

$105 $105 $175

Aerobic Fitness

Try an exercise combination that really works! This heart-pumping cardio workout is designed to get your whole body into shape with the added bonus of light resistance training that really makes the difference. Suitable for all fitness levels. 14282 CAR M,W 8pm-9pm 14361 CAR M,W 8pm-9pm

1/7 3/18

18 Hornberger $95 20 Hornberger $105

Aerobics/Cross Training Mania

Bored with your current 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. 14284 CAR T,Th 8:15am-9:15am 1/8 14285 CAR T,Th 8:15am-9:15am 3/19

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18 Hornberger $95 20 Hornberger $105

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT 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 will alternate between strength and endurance drills to ensure calories are burned, muscles are toned, and that you will leave feeling great. All fitness levels are welcome. 15335 15336 15337 15338 15339 15340

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6:15pm-7:15pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 7:30pm-8:30pm 6:15pm-7:15pm

1/9 1/9 1/7 1/7 1/7 1/7

19 Sills 19 Sills 38 Sills 19 Sills 19 Sills 38 Sills

$105 $105 $169 $105 $105 $169

Cardio/Calorie Burner

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! 14299 CAR Sa 14377 CAR Sa

8:05am-9am 8:05am-9am

1/12 3/23

9 Judkins 10 Judkins

$65 $69

Core Strength

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 participant. Everyone will benefit and see results in their own trouble zones. Enthusiastic attitude required! No Pilates experience needed. 14289 14290 14291 14292

CAR Tu CAR Sa CAR Tu CAR Sa

1/8 3/19

18 Brenner 20 Brenner

Fitness fusion is a workout class that focuses on balance, flexibility, and strength training. The result is a total body workout that will challenge your muscles in new ways, firm your core, and improve endurance. This class unites cardio exercise, weight resistance training, stretching poses 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. 14309 14387 14310 14388

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7pm-8pm 11am-Noon 7pm-8pm 11am-Noon

1/7 1/13 3/18 3/17

18 Dwiggins 8 Dwiggins 20 Dwiggins 8 Dwiggins

$99 $59 $109 $59

LiveWire 30-Minute Core Conductor

This is a 30-minute abdominal workout. Build your core strength and tone your abs! This class is ideal for tightening your tummy and glutes, as well as improving functional strength. We suggest combining this class with LiveWire 30-Minute Circuit Workout. 14454 TMC T,Th 8:50am-9:20am 1/8

38 Reid

$115

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. 14321 CAR M,W 9am-9:55am 14322 CAR M,W 9am-9:55am

1/7 3/18

72

18 O’Connell $105 20 O’Connell $115

9 Keltch 9 Keltch 10 Keltch 10 Keltch

$65 $65 $69 $69

Improve your muscle tone while increasing your core strength and flexibility. You will leave class feeling strong, yet refreshed and relaxed. 14313 14314 14315 14316 16411 16412

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7pm-8pm 1/8 7pm-8pm 3/19 11:40am-12:30pm 1/10 11:40am-12:30pm 3/21 10:15am-11:15am 1/7 10:15am-11:15am 3/18

19 Moffett $119 19 Moffett $119 9 Kourounis $65 10 Kourounis $69 9 Lubertino $55 10 Lubertino $59

Fitness-Yoga

$85 $95

Fitness Fusion

1/8 1/12 3/19 3/23

Pilates

The basis for a healthy kinetic chain is core. All fitness levels welcome as you strengthen your abdominal and back using body weight and light dumbbells in 30 minutes. 16011 TMC T,Th 7pm-7:30pm 16838 TMC T,Th 7pm-7:30pm

6pm-7pm 8am-9am 6pm-7pm 8am-9am

Ashtanga Yoga (Beg)

This ancient nonreligious form of self-discipline includes yoga stretching, breathing exercises, and meditation to promote physical fitness, flexibility, and immunity. Yoga energizes and purifies the body, giving you a calm, focused mind and a more peaceful and joyful spirit. Yoga is also known to reduce stress, and foster a positive approach towards life. You will also learn some techniques to resolve/decrease allergies. 13992 TMC Su 14142 TMC Su

10:15am-11:15am 1/6 10:15am-11:15am 3/17

9 Thakkar 9 Thakkar

$65 $65

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 can lead you to a healthy and happy life. Experience and understand the true meaning of life. 13991 TMC Su 13993 TMC Su

11:30am-12:30pm 1/6 11:30am-12:30pm 3/17

9 Thakkar 9 Thakkar

$65 $65

Balanced Yoga

Balance the yin and yang energy of your yoga practice with this class, which is taught on alternate weeks by one female and one male instructor. This teaching method strives for a balance between strength and flexibility, leaving you refreshed and at peace. 15435 TMC Tu 15436 TMC Tu

7pm-8:15pm 7pm-8:15pm

1/8 3/26

8 Hu/Speaks $75 8 Hu/Speaks $75

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT Power Yoga

Beginners and experienced students alike will be interested in this fast-moving, energetic form of yoga. Come and discover a sense of calm and mental clarity. Previous yoga experience is helpful but not necessary. 14323 CAR Sa 14401 CAR Sa

9:30am-10:29am 1/12 9:30am-10:29am 4/13

8 Hu 8 Hu

$59 $59

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. 14336 14414 15455 15464 16329 16331 16333 16335 16330 16332 16334 16336

Complete Yoga-NEW

Come experience yoga in its entirety. Most of us know Yoga as a series of physical poses but yoga goes much deeper than that. Yoga is a complete mind body science which if practiced as designed helps not only with the strength, flexibility and balance of the physical body but also keeps the mind calm, stress free and relaxed under any situation. In this class, along with physical yoga poses, we practice the beginner and intermediate breathing techniques which bring a sense of relaxation to the mind and cleanses the channels of the body thereby bringing us towards a state of greater health and well-being. 16805 TMC Th 16808 TMC Th

10:30am-11:30am 1/10 10:30am-11:30am 3/21

9 Agarwal 9 Agarwal

$55 $55

Gentle Somatics Yoga

Slow mindful movements that amplify bodily awareness allow the practitioner to self-correct and permanently release stress based patterns from within their body. Restorative sequences called Somatic Movement Flows are ideal for unwinding stiffness, pain and postural imbalances and will dramatically increase flexibility through brain to muscle re-education. From this place of new-found freedom we naturally return to our generative state of peace and well-being. 16760 TMC Sa 16761 TMC Sa

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

1/12 3/23

9 Fritsch 9 Fritsch

$85 $85

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. 14311 CAR Su 14312 CAR Su

11:10am-12:05pm 1/6 11:10am-12:05pm 3/17

972-941-7250

9 Shin 9 Shin

$65 $65

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6pm-7pm 1/10 6pm-7pm 3/21 9:30am-10:45am 1/11 9:30am-10:45am 3/22 10am-11:30am 1/8 10am-11:30am 1/8 10am-11:30am 1/10 10:45am-11:45am 1/11 10am-11:30am 3/19 10am-11:30am 3/19 10am-11:30am 3/21 10:45am-11:45am 3/22

8 Stall 10 Stall 9 Artman 10 Artman 18 Freis 9 Freis 9 Freis 8 Douglas 20 Freis 10 Freis 10 Freis 8 Douglas

$75 $85 $65 $69 $115 $69 $69 $59 $119 $79 $75 $59

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. 14337 CAR Th 14415 CAR Th

7:05pm-9:05pm 1/10 7:05pm-9:05pm 3/21

8 Stall 10 Stall

$85 $99

Yoga for Fitness

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. 14338 14339 14416 14417 16337 16338

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7pm-8:30pm 10:45am-Noon 7pm-8:30pm 10:45am-Noon 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm

1/7 1/12 3/25 3/30 1/10 3/28

8 7 8 8 8 8

Speaks Speaks Speaks Speaks Speaks Speaks

$69 $65 $69 $69 $69 $69

Yoga Fusion

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. 14340 CAR Tu 14341 CAR Tu

planoparks.org

11:40am-12:30pm 1/8 11:40am-12:30pm 3/19

9 Kourounis 10 Kourounis

73

$65 $69


RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT 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. 14342 14343 14344 14345

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6pm-7pm 8am-9am 6pm-7pm 8am-9am

1/8 1/12 3/19 3/23

9 Meneses 9 Meneses 10 Meneses 10 Meneses

$79 $79 $85 $85

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. 15456 15465 16984 16985

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9:30am-10:45am 9:30am-10:45am 9am-10:15am 9am-10:15am

1/7 3/18 1/9 3/20

9 Artman 10 Artman 9 Fritsch 9 Fritsch

$65 $69 $85 $85

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! 15433 TMC Th 15434 TMC Th

7pm-8:15pm 7pm-8:15pm

1/10 4/11

8 Hu 8 Hu

$65 $65

Health Fitness & Weight Room Orientation

Learn how to use the weight and cardio machines at our recreation centers. Certified ACE & AFAA Personal Fitness Trainer- Jorge Wilcoxwill teach you how to properly use weight room equipment and give you tips to maximize your workout. 14306 CAR Sa 14307 CAR Sa 14308 CAR Sa

2/9 4/13 5/11

1 Wilcox 1 Wilcox 1 Wilcox

$9 $9 $9

Intro to Weight & Resistance Training

Have you ever been to a gym and felt like a duck out of water because you didn’t know where to begin? This class will address how to warmup, proper form, exercise selection, goal setting, and other key aspects of training. 14254 14255 14256 14257 14258 14259 14260

OAK Sa OAK Tu OAK Th OAK Sa OAK Tu OAK Th OAK Sa

9:30am-10:30am 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 9:30am-10:30am 7pm-8pm 7pm-8pm 9:30am-10:30am

1/19 2/12 2/21 3/23 4/9 4/25 5/18

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Scoggins Scoggins Scoggins Scoggins Scoggins Scoggins Scoggins

$15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15

Muscle Building 101-NEW

Looking to learn the basic and most important steps to building muscle? Then try out Muscle Building 101! This class will cover training frequency, training volume, nutrition, supplementation and recovery. And it’s a great course for men and women. Taught by a Certified ISSA Elite Trainer, you will leave with sample muscle building programs to follow. Cut out the guesswork, learning the proper basics will take you further than most! 16762 16763 16764 16765 16766 16767 16768 16769 16770 16771 16772 16773 16774 16775 16776

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5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm 5pm-6pm

OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK W OAK Sa OAK Sa OAK Sa OAK Sa OAK Sa OAK Sa

7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 10:30am-Noon 10:30am-Noon 10:30am-Noon 10:30am-Noon 10:30am-Noon 10:30am-Noon

1/9 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/13 2/20 3/13 4/24 5/8 1/12 1/26 2/16 3/16 4/27 5/11

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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RECREATION CENTER PROGRAMS - ADULT Street Smart Self Defense (13 Yrs & Up)

Martial Arts 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. 16573 OAK T,Th 7pm-8:30pm 16574 OAK T,Th 7pm-8:30pm

1/8 3/26

20 Schafer 20 Schafer

$115 $115

Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu I (13 Yrs & Up)

This martial arts style is a unique blend of both hard linear and soft circular forms of martial arts focusing on proven street-applicable self-defense against single to multiple attackers. Students train on technical proficiency of defense, strikes, blocks, fitness conditioning, forms, reflexes, with a complete understanding of skills for adaptation as needed for defense while emphasizing inner strength. Progress from belt through sash ranking. This class is for all levels. Beginners welcome! $48/$60 startup (uniform, mouthpiece, and membership) is required at the first class. 15160 CAR W 6:30pm-7:30pm 1/9 Sa 11am-Noon 15161 CAR W 6:30pm-7:30pm 3/20 Sa 11am-Noon

20 Bales

$149

20 Bales

$149

During this training hour you will be taught quick releases and proven self-defense techniques. Instructor has over 20 years of experience and has worked with law enforcement and special ops groups. Participants should wear comfortable clothing for this practical hands-on class which develops personal safety through knowledge and physical moves. Beginners welcome. 15403 CAR W 15404 CAR W

7:30pm-8:30pm 3/6 7:30pm-8:30pm 5/15

1 Bales 1 Bales

$15 $15

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. 16362 OAK Tu 16363 OAK Tu

6:45pm-8:15pm 1/8 6:45pm-8:15pm 3/19

10 Medlen 10 Medlen

$69 $69

Tae Kwon Do Adult (13 Yrs-Adult)

This course introduces the art of Tae Kwon Do by incorporating traditional style of forms, blocks, strikes, and introduction to self-defense. Our certified curriculum is designed to provide increased levels of physical conditioning and mental resilience. Classes are taught by a certified instructor. New students will need to purchase a uniform on the first day of class for $35. An additional fee required for belt testing. A signed liability agreement is required for all students. 15843 TMC T,Th 7:40pm-8:30pm 1/8 15849 TMC T,Th 7:40pm-8:30pm 3/19

18 Hendawi 15 Hendawi

$95 $85

Karate-Tae Kwon Do/Kung Fu II (13 Yrs & Up)

This Level II add-on program focuses on applicable proficiency of street defense skills including 2:1, mass attack, weaponry, joint manipulation, chi development, independent motion, ground, environmental defense, and sparring while emphasizing inner strength. Students must also register and train in Level I. 15395 CAR W 7:30pm-8:30pm 1/9 Sa Noon-1pm 15396 CAR W 7:30pm-8:30pm 3/20 Sa Noon-1pm

20 Bales

$89

20 Bales

$89

Kendo (15 Yrs-Adult)

Learn the martial art of Kendo, the way of the sword. Kendo is the Japanese martial art of bamboo fencing, and teaches patience, discipline, posture, physical and mental health. The Head Instructor is a former National Kendo Champion with extensive experience in teaching and coaching kendo to students of all ages. Visit planokendo.com for more details. A $40 membership/supply fee is due on first day of class for new members. 15835 TMC F

5pm-6:30pm

1/11

16 Yang

Performing Arts Guitar (Beg)

Guitar lessons like none other conducted by an experienced, knowledgeable instructor who cares and will go above and beyond to help you succeed. Our instructors modern, success-proven methods are guaranteed to produce results while you have fun and learn different songs. Guitar and tuner required. 16415 OAK W 16416 OAK W

$229

6:30pm-7:15pm 1/9 6:30pm-7:15pm 3/20

8 West 8 West

$105 $105

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Kendo (15 Yrs-Adult) (Adv)

Advanced Kendo instruction aimed to improve the skills and techniques learned in the Beginner Adult/Youth Kendo Class. Advanced permission of Head Instructor is required to enroll. 15837 TMC Sa

3pm-4pm

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$115

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SUMMER CAMPS Stayed tuned for even more fun, exciting camps in our Summer Recreation Catalog published in April 2019!

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 Angie Johnson, outdoor program supervisor, at 972-941-5402.

How to Read the Activity/Course Information

Aerobats Gymnastics Camp-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-Thursday. 16647 OAK M-F 9am-Noon

7/15

5

Staff

$80

The title of the course is AEROBATS GYMNASTICS CAMP. The Course Code is 16647, and it meets at OAK POINT RECREATION CENTER on MONDAY-FRIDAY from 9AM to NOON, begins July 15, meets 5 times, the instructor is STAFF and the fee for this course is $80. BWS = Bob Woodruff Park South CAR = Carpenter Park Recreation Center OAK = Oak Point Recreation Center OPP = Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve NRC = Oak Point Park Nature & Retreat Center TMC = Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

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

Camp Cimarron is an outdoor program located at Bob Woodruff ParkSouth (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. Camp hours are 8am to 4pm with extended camp offered separately running 4pm to 5:30pm. Campers may use the morning shuttle, but must be picked up from BWS at 4pm, unless utilizing extended camp. 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 Recreation Center (OAK) on inclement weather days. Registration closes at NOON the Friday before each camp starts.

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

Camp 8am-4pm $115

Extended Camp 4pm-5:30pm $19

Jun 3

16498

16505

Jun 10

16707

16715

Jun 17

16708

16716

Jun 24

16709

16717

Jul 8

16710

16718

Jul 15

16711

16719

Jul 22

16712

16720

Jul 29

16713

16721

Aug 5

16714

16722

Extended Camp-$19

Extended Camp runs at BWS from 4pm to 5:30pm. All participants MUST also be registered for Camp Cimarron.

Cimarron Camp Shuttle-Morning-$9

The morning bus shuttle leaves from CAR at 7:15am and arrives on time at BWS by 8am. Any camper may register for the morning shuttle. The shuttle will run on time and will not wait for late campers.

Cimarron Camp Shuttle-Evening-$9

The evening bus shuttle leaves from BWS promptly at 5:20pm and arrives on time at CAR by 6pm. Only campers utilizing extended camp may register for the evening shuttle.

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SUMMER CAMPS Camp Connections Camp Connections (6-11 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. Participants will utilize the indoor pool two days a week, 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. Enrollment for Pre-Connections and Post-Connections are listed as an add on when registering for each package. Pre-connections is available from 7:30am to 9am for $15 residents/$19 non-residents. Post-connections is available from 2pm to 5:30pm for $35 residents/ $39 non-residents. A liability waiver for all campers must be completed on or before the first day of camp.

Pre-Connections (6-11 Yrs)-$15

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 right at 7:30. Take the time you need. Camp Connections registration is required to enroll. Enrollment for Pre-Connections is listed as an add on when registering for the package.

Post-Connections (6-11 Yrs)-$35

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. 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. Enrollment for Post-Connections is listed as an add on when registering for the package.

Please note: due to renovations, there will be no Camp Connections at Liberty Recreation Center in Summer 2019.

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Camp Connections (6-11 Yrs) 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mon-Fri - one week sessions Carpenter Park Recreation Center Start Date

Camp Connections $89

Jun 3

14177

Jun 10

14178

Jun 17

14179

Jun 24

14180

Jul 8

14181

Jul 15

14182

Jul 22

14183

Jul 29

14184

Aug 5

14185

Aug 12

14186

Aug 19

14187

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SUMMER CAMPS Outdoor Camps Counselor-In-Training (14-16 Yrs)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a camp counselor? Do you have great ideas for crafts and games? Do you love working with younger children in an outdoor setting? Come and take the next step in your leadership journey and experience a new side of camp as a C.I.T. at Camp Cimarron. Registration includes CPR/First Aid training, weekly evaluations, CIT shirt, entry into field trips and volunteer credit hours. Applicants must be available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. 17004 BWS 17005 BWS

Aerobats Girls Cheer/Tumble (6-12 Yrs)

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-Thursday. 7/8

5 Staff

$80

Aerobats Girls Tumbling (8-14 Yrs)-NEW

Have you always wanted to learn how to do a cartwheel, round-off, front and back handsprings, and other basic tumbling skills? Well, this camp is for you! In a safe and encouraging atmosphere, students will work with our trained Aerobats coaches on various gymnastics skills and drills appropriate for their skill level on floor exercise and the trampoline. Games, contests, or other activities may be conducted each day as well. Campers will need to bring their own snack and drink MondayThursday. 16653 OAK M-F 9am-Noon

6/17

5 Staff

$80

Aerobats Gymnastics Camp-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-Thursday. 16647 OAK M-F 9am-Noon

7/15

5 Staff

$80

Aerobats Gymnastics Camp-Girls (5-12 Yrs)

Experience the sport that prepares you for all other sports! Students will develop flexibility, strength, and coordination as they learn gymnastics skills on vault, bars, beam, floor and trampoline. Students will be grouped as beginner, intermediate or advanced during the first day of class. Crafts, games, contests and more will be included each day. Campers will need to bring their own snack and drink Monday-Thursday. 16649 16650 16651 16652

OAK OAK OAK OAK

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

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

6/10 6/24 7/22 7/29

5 5 5 5

8am-4pm 8am-4pm

6/3 7/8

20 25

Staff Staff

$99 $125

Sports & Adventure Camp (10-16 Yrs)

Indoor Camps

16648 OAK M-F 9am-Noon

M-F M-F

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Love all sports and don’t want to just settle with just playing one this summer? Want to journey through town participating in a fun variety of activities in various locations? Campers will have fun experiencing a variety of sports and activities, along with a visit to the pool. Who knows, you may actually learn a new sport you didn’t even know existed! Fee includes all equipment, instruction, and entry fees. Registration closes at NOON the Friday before each camp starts. 16475 16476 16477 16478 16479 16480 16481 16482 16483

OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP

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

6/3 6/10 6/17 6/24 7/8 7/15 7/22 7/29 8/5

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145 $145

Teens Outreach & Adventure (14-16 Yrs)

Does your teen need to get out of the house this summer? While at camp, teens will have the opportunity to participate in community service projects, experience a college tour, socialize with peers and learn leadership skills while having fun. All participants will earn community service points for school and other organizations. Registration closes at NOON the Friday before each camp starts. 16485 16487 16489 16491 16493 16495 16496

OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP OPP

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

6/10 6/17 6/24 7/8 7/15 7/22 7/29

5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135

YOU CAN CHARGE IT!

$80 $80 $80 $80

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TENNIS HIGH POINT PARK TENNIS CENTER 42l W. Spring Creek Parkway (972) 941-7170 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 Goss, Stefan Hernandez, Kriszta Kovacs, Dave Lee, Carl Lokko, Skip Parker, Dan Rasor, Mark Romerhaus, Bob Somabut, Laurie Schubert, Yakubu Suleiman, Clint Sumrow, Brad Watson and Larry Whitson High Point Park Tennis Center consists of 21 lighted outdoor tennis and pickleball courts, practice wall, playground and pro shop with rest rooms and dressing facilities. We offer lesson programs, league play, team play and tournament play 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 the internet, in-person or by telephone starting Saturday, Dec. 1. Please see “How to Register” information for detailed instructions.

Hours of Operation Monday - 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 Youth (l7 & under) - $2.50 per person per session Adult (l8 & up) - $3 per person per session

NON-RESIDENTS Youth (l7 & under) - $3.25 per person per session Adult (l8 & up) - $4 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:

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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 ten 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, we recommend 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

RESIDENTS

Resident Family $260 Adult (l8 & up) $150 Youth (l7 & under) $85

Reservations

Non-Resident $390 $230 $130

We encourage players to continue learning and playing in 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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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.

Youth Instruction

Pee Wee Tennis I (5-7 Yrs)

In a program created for young people, QuickStart equipment and teaching methods are used to introduce youngsters to tennis in a fun and rewarding way. 16294 HP M,W 16313 HP T,Th 16316 HP Sa 16317 HP Sa 16318 HP Su 16319 HP M,W 16320 HP T,Th 16321 HP Sa 16322 HP Sa 16323 HP Sa 16324 HP Sa 16325 HP Su 16326 HP Su 16541 HP M,W 16542 HP T,Th 16543 HP Sa 16544 HP Sa 16545 HP Sa 16546 HP Sa 16547 HP Su 16548 HP Su 16549 HP Su 16550 HP Su 16551 HP M,W 16552 HP T,Th 16553 HP Sa 16554 HP Sa 16555 HP Sa 16556 HP Sa 16557 HP Su 16558 HP Su 16559 HP Su 16560 HP Su 16561 HP M,W 16562 HP T,Th

4:30pm-5:15pm 1/7 3:45pm-4:30pm 1/8 10:30am-11:15am 1/5 Noon-12:45pm 1/5 11:15am-Noon 1/6 3:45pm-4:30pm 2/4 4:30pm-5:15pm 2/5 10am-10:45am 2/9 10:45am-11:30am 2/9 11:30am-12:15pm 2/9 3:45pm-4:30pm 2/9 10am-10:45am 2/10 10:45am-11:30am 2/10 4:30pm-5:15pm 3/4 3:45pm-4:30pm 3/5 9:30am-10:15am 3/16 10:15am-11am 3/16 11am-11:45am 3/16 3pm-3:45pm 3/16 9:30am-10:15am 3/17 10:15am-11am 3/17 3:45pm-4:30pm 3/17 11am-11:45am 3/17 3:45pm-4:30pm 4/1 4:30pm-5:15pm 4/2 9:30am-10:15am 4/20 10:15am-11am 4/20 11am-11:45am 4/20 3:45pm-4:30pm 4/20 9:30am-10:15am 4/21 10:15am-11am 4/21 11am-11:45am 4/21 3pm-3:45pm 4/21 4:30pm-5:15pm 4/29 3:45pm-4:30pm 4/30

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6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Chiu $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Romerhaus $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Whitson $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Whitson $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Schubert $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Chiu $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Schubert $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69

16540 HP M,W 16563 HP M,W 16564 HP T,Th 16565 HP Sa 16566 HP Sa 16567 HP Su 16568 HP M,W 16872 HP T,Th 16569 HP Sa 16570 HP Sa 16571 HP Sa 16572 HP Sa 16670 HP Su 16671 HP Su 16672 HP M,W 16673 HP T,Th 16674 HP Sa 16675 HP Sa 16676 HP Sa 16677 HP Sa 16678 HP Su 16679 HP Su 16680 HP Su 16681 HP Su 16682 HP M,W 16683 HP T,Th 16684 HP Sa 16685 HP Sa 16686 HP Sa 16687 HP Sa 16688 HP Su 16689 HP Su 16690 HP Su 16691 HP Su 16692 HP M,W 16693 HP T,Th

3:45pm-4:30pm 1/7 6:15pm-7pm 1/7 4:30pm-5:15pm 1/8 11:15am-Noon 1/5 12:45pm-1:30pm 1/5 10:30am-11:15am 1/6 4:30pm-5:15pm 2/4 3:45pm-4:30pm 2/5 10am-10:45am 2/9 10:45am-11:30am 2/9 11:30am-12:15pm 2/9 3pm-3:45pm 2/9 10am-10:45am 2/10 10:45am-11:30am 2/10 3:45pm-4:30pm 3/4 4:30pm-5:15pm 3/5 9:30am-10:15am 3/16 10:15am-11am 3/16 11am-11:45am 3/16 3:45pm-4:30pm 3/16 9:30am-10:15am 3/17 10:15am-11am 3/17 3pm-3:45pm 3/17 11am-11:45am 3/17 4:30pm-5:15pm 4/1 3:45pm-4:30pm 4/2 9:30am-10:15am 4/20 10:45am-11:30am 4/20 11am-11:45am 4/20 3pm-3:45pm 4/20 9:30am-10:15am 4/21 10:15am-11am 4/21 11am-11:45am 4/21 3:45pm-4:30pm 4/21 3:45pm-4:30pm 4/29 4:30pm-5:15pm 4/30

6 Romerhaus $69 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Chiu $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Romerhaus $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Chiu $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 4 Schubert $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Chiu $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Romerhaus $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69 4 Whitson $48 4 Chiu $48 4 Whitson $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 4 Schubert $48 4 Romerhaus $48 4 Romerhaus $48 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Lee $69

Excellence Awards In past years, 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. High Point has also been recognized as an outstanding facility by receiving the USTA Tennis Facilities award.

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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. 16939 16940 16941 16942 16943 16944

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6:30pm-7:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm

1/7 1/8 1/11 3/18 3/19 3/22

16 Lee 16 Lee 16 Chiu 18 Lee 18 Lee 18 Chiu

$224 $224 $224 $252 $252 $252

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. 16945 16946 16947 16948 16949 16950

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3:30pm-4:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm

1/7 1/8 1/11 3/18 3/19 3/22

16 Lee 16 Lee 16 Chiu 18 Lee 18 Lee 18 Chiu

$224 $224 $224 $252 $252 $252

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. 16951 HP M,W 16952 HP Sa 16953 HP M,W 16954 HP Sa

5:45pm-6:45pm 3pm-4:30pm 5:45pm-6:45pm 3pm-4:30pm

1/7 1/12 3/18 3/23

16 Lee 8 Chiu 18 Lee 9 Chiu

$224 $168 $252 $189

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. 16695 HP Sa 16696 HP Su 16694 HP M,W 16697 HP M,W 16698 HP T,Th 16699 HP Sa 16700 HP M,W 16701 HP T,Th 16702 HP Sa 16703 HP Sa 16704 HP M,W

10:30am-Noon Noon-1:30pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 10:30am-Noon 5:15pm-6:15pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 1:30pm-3pm 10:30am-Noon 6:15pm-7:15pm

1/5 1/6 1/7 2/4 2/5 2/9 3/4 3/5 3/16 4/20 4/29

4 Whitson $69 4 Romerhaus $69 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Schubert $69 4 Hernandez $69 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Schubert $69 4 Hernandez $69 4 Lee $69 6 Romerhaus $69

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. 16777 HP Sa 16778 HP M,W 16779 HP Sa 16780 HP Su 16781 HP M,W 16782 HP Sa 16783 HP Su 16784 HP M,W 16785 HP T,Th 16787 HP Sa 16789 HP Su 16792 HP T,Th 16870 HP Su

1/5 2/4 2/9 2/10 3/4 3/16 3/17 4/1 4/2 4/20 4/21 1/8 1/6

4 Whitson $69 6 Romerhaus $69 4 Hernandez $69 4 Schubert $69 6 Romerhaus $69 4 Hernandez $69 4 Schubert $69 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Schubert $69 4 Hernandez $69 4 Whitson $69 6 Schubert $69 4 Schubert $69

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. 16795 HP Sa 16796 HP Sa 16797 HP Su 16798 HP Sa 16799 HP Su 16800 HP M,W 16801 HP Sa 16802 HP Su 16803 HP M,W 16804 HP T,Th

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3pm-4:30pm 10:30am-Noon 1:30pm-3pm 10:30am-Noon 1:30pm-3pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 10:30am-Noon Noon-1:30pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 6:15pm-7:15pm

1/5 2/9 2/10 3/16 3/17 4/1 4/20 4/21 4/29 4/30

4 Staff $69 4 Staff $69 4 Whitson $69 4 Lee $69 4 Whitson $69 6 Romerhaus $69 4 Hernandez $69 4 Whitson $69 6 Romerhaus $69 6 Schubert $69

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Future Stars Junior Development 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. 16877 HP Sa 16878 HP Su 16874 HP T,Th 16888 HP T,Th 16880 HP Sa 16881 HP Sa 16882 HP T,Th 16884 HP Su 16885 HP T,Th

1:30pm-3pm 3pm-4:30pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 5:15pm-6:15pm Noon-1:30pm 1:30pm-3pm 6:15pm-7:15pm Noon-1:30pm 5:15pm-6:15pm

1/5 1/6 1/8 1/8 2/9 3/16 4/2 4/21 4/30

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

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. 16891 HP Sa 16893 HP T,Th 16894 HP Sa 16896 HP T,Th 16897 HP Sa 16898 HP Sa 16900 HP T,Th

3pm-4:30pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 1:30pm-3pm 5:15pm-6:15pm Noon-1:30pm 1:30pm-3pm 6:15pm-7:15pm

1/5 2/5 2/9 3/5 3/16 4/20 4/30

4 Hernandez 6 Lee 4 Whitson 6 Lee 4 Lee 4 Staff 6 Staff

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

Advanced Beginner II Tennis (11-12 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. 16901 HP Sa 16902 HP Su 16903 HP T,Th 16905 HP Sa 16907 HP Su 16908 HP T,Th 16910 HP Sa 16911 HP Su 16912 HP T,Th 16914 HP Sa

3pm-4:30pm 4:30pm-6pm 6:15pm-7:15pm 1:30pm-3pm Noon-1:30pm 6:15pm-7:15pm Noon-1:30pm Noon-1:30pm 5:15pm-6:15pm Noon-1:30pm

1/5 1/6 2/5 2/9 2/10 3/5 3/16 3/17 4/2 4/20

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

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. 16955 16956 16957 16958

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1/8 1/11 3/19 3/22

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$288 $288 $324 $306

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 limitedplayers in last session have priority. 16959 HP F-Sa 16960 HP F-Sa

4:45pm-6:45pm 1/11 4:45pm-6:45pm 3/22

16 Johnson 17 Johnson

$384 $408

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. 16962 16964 16965 16966 16967 16968 16969 16970 16971

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3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm 3:45pm-5:45pm

12/31 12/31 12/31 2/18 2/18 2/18 4/8 4/8 4/8

14 Vos 21 Vos 27 Vos 14 Vos 21 Vos 28 Vos 14 Vos 21 Vos 28 Vos

$476 $630 $702 $476 $630 $728 $476 $630 $728

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. 16972 16973 16974 16975 16976 16977 16978 16979 16980

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12/31 12/31 12/31 2/18 2/18 2/18 4/8 4/8 4/8

14 Vos 21 Vos 27 Vos 14 Vos 21 Vos 28 Vos 14 Vos 21 Vos 28 Vos

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Teen/Adult Adv. Beg. II 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. We offer Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles to men and women in varying formats. Please contact High Point (972) 941-7170 or visit highpointtennis.com for additional information.

Next Adult League Session: Registration begins: Jan. 2 Play begins: Jan. 26

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. 1:30pm-3pm 1/5 Noon-1:30pm 1/6 11am-Noon 1/7 10am-11am 1/8 6:30pm-7:30pm 1/8 10am-11am 2/4 6:30pm-7:30pm 2/4 7:30pm-8:30pm 2/5 Noon-1:30pm 2/9 1:30pm-3pm 2/10 7:30pm-8:30pm 3/4 11am-Noon 3/5 1:30pm-3pm 3/16 3pm-4:30pm 3/16 10:30am-11:30am 4/1 8:30pm-9:30pm 4/1 9:30am-10:30am 4/2 6:30pm-7:30pm 4/2 8:30pm-9:30pm 4/2 3pm-4:30pm 4/20 Noon-1:30pm 4/21 9:30am-10:30am 4/29 6:30pm-7:30pm 4/29 7:30pm-8:30pm 4/30

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3pm-4:30pm 1/5 7:30pm-8:30pm 1/7 11am-Noon 1/8 11am-Noon 2/4 10am-11am 2/5 6:30pm-7:30pm 2/5 1:30pm-3pm 2/9 Noon-1:30pm 2/10 10am-11am 3/4 6:30pm-7:30pm 3/4 7:30pm-8:30pm 3/5 3pm-4:30pm 3/16 1:30pm-3pm 3/17 10:30am-11:30am 4/2 Noon-1:30pm 4/20 3pm-4:30pm 4/20 10:30am-11:30am 4/29 8:30pm-9:30pm 4/29 9:30am-10:30am 4/30 6:30pm-7:30pm 4/30 8:30pm-9:30pm 4/30

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Teen/Adult Beginner Tennis

Teen/Adult Adv. Beg. I Tennis 16836 HP Sa 16837 HP Su 16833 HP M,W 16834 HP T,Th 16835 HP T,Th 16839 HP M,W 16840 HP M,W 16841 HP T,Th 16842 HP Sa 16843 HP Su 16844 HP M,W 16845 HP T,Th 16846 HP Sa 16847 HP Sa 16848 HP M,W 16849 HP M,W 16850 HP T,Th 16851 HP T,Th 16852 HP T,Th 16853 HP Sa 16854 HP Su 16855 HP M,W 16856 HP M,W 16857 HP T,Th

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.

4 Whitson 4 Whitson 6 Whitson 6 Lee 6 Hernandez 6 Whitson 6 Whitson 6 Hernandez 4 Hernandez 4 Whitson 6 Whitson 6 Lee 4 Schubert 4 Hernandez 6 Whitson 6 Whitson 6 Lee 6 Hernandez 6 Hernandez 4 Lee 4 Whitson 6 Whitson 6 Whitson 6 Hernandez

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Introductory class for players with little or no tennis experience. Emphasis is on serve, backhand, and forehand ground strokes. 16810 HP Sa 16811 HP Su 16806 HP M,W 16807 HP M,W 16809 HP T,Th 16812 HP M,W 16813 HP T,Th 16814 HP Sa 16815 HP M,W 16816 HP T,Th 16817 HP T,Th 16818 HP Sa 16819 HP Su 16820 HP M,W 16821 HP M,W 16822 HP T,Th 16823 HP Sa 16824 HP Su 16830 HP M,W 16832 HP T,Th

Noon-1:30pm 1/5 1:30pm-3pm 1/6 10am-11am 1/7 6:30pm-7:30pm 1/7 7:30pm-8:30pm 1/8 7:30pm-8:30pm 2/4 11am-Noon 2/5 3pm-4:30pm 2/9 11am-Noon 3/4 10am-11am 3/5 6:30pm-7:30pm 3/5 Noon-1:30pm 3/16 Noon-1:30pm 3/17 9:30am-10:30am 4/1 6:30pm-7:30pm 4/1 7:30pm-8:30pm 4/2 1:30pm-3pm 4/20 1:30pm-3pm 4/21 7:30pm-8:30pm 4/29 10:30am-11:30am 4/30

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Teen/Adult Learn N Play II Tennis

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. 16927 HP Su 16922 HP M,W 16925 HP T,Th 16928 HP M,W 16929 HP T,Th 16930 HP Sa 16931 HP M,W 16932 HP T,Th 16933 HP Su 16934 HP T,Th 16935 HP M,W 16936 HP T,Th 16937 HP M,W 16938 HP T,Th

3pm-4:30pm 7:15pm-8:45pm Noon-1:30pm Noon-1:30pm 7:15pm-8:45pm 3pm-4:30pm 8:15pm-9:45pm Noon-1:30pm 3pm-4:30pm 7:15pm-8:45pm 11:30am-1pm 8:15pm-9:45pm 8:15pm-9:45pm 11:30am-1pm

1/6 1/7 1/8 2/4 2/5 2/9 3/4 3/5 3/17 3/5 4/1 4/2 4/29 4/30

4 Whitson $69 6 Hernandez $104 6 Lee $104 6 Whitson $104 6 Whitson $104 4 Schubert $69 6 Hernandez $104 6 Lee $104 4 Whitson $69 6 Whitson $104 6 Whitson $104 6 Whitson $104 6 Hernandez $104 6 Lee $104

Teen/Adult Learn N Play I Tennis

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. 16895 HP M,W 16899 HP T,Th 16904 HP M,W 16906 HP T,Th 16909 HP Su 16913 HP M,W 16915 HP T,Th 16916 HP M,W 16917 HP T,Th 16918 HP Su 16919 HP M,W 16920 HP T,Th

Noon-1:30pm 7pm-8:30pm 7:15pm-8:45pm Noon-1:30pm 3pm-4:30pm Noon-1:30pm 8:30pm-10pm 8:15pm-9:45pm 11:30am-1pm 3pm-4:30pm 11:30am-1pm 8:15pm-9:45pm

1/7 1/8 2/4 2/5 2/10 3/4 3/5 4/1 4/2 4/21 4/29 4/30

6 Whitson $104 6 Whitson $104 6 Hernandez $104 6 Lee $104 4 Whitson $69 6 Whitson $104 6 Hernandez $104 6 Hernandez $104 6 Lee $104 4 Whitson $69 6 Whitson $104 6 Whitson $104

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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. Doug Shockey, Chairperson Donna de Chabert Ryan Gebhart Gail Marks Donna Parrish Cynthia Rushin Drew Wight

PLANO STAGES

Plano City Council To contact any City Council member please call 972-941-7107. Harry LaRosiliere, Mayor Ron Kelley, Mayor Pro Tem Angela Miner, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Ricciardelli, Place 2 Rick Grady, Place 3 Kayci Prince, Place 4 Tom Harrison, Place 7 Rick Smith, Place 8 Bruce D. Glasscock, City Manager

Plano Stages are places to enjoy music, dance, theatre, and shows of every kind. The Courtyard Theater, Cox Playhouse, McCall Plaza 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 972-941-5600 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 website 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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VOLUNTEERS IN PLANO

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Are you looking for an opportunity to further your connection to Plano, continually develop your skillset and give back to your community? Come volunteer with the City! Volunteers in Plano establishes meaningful partnerships between volunteers and municipal departments to provide exceptional service to residents. Learn more about current opportunities and get started by visiting Volunteersinplano.org or call 972-941-7617.

A Snapshot of Current Volunteer Opportunities Animal Fostering The Plano Animal Shelter needs Foster Volunteers to open their homes on a temporary basis for dogs and cats of all ages as they grow, heal, socialize, and adjust behaviorally in preparation for adoption. No previous experience is required. Everyday needs for foster pets are provided by the Plano Animal Shelter including beds, crates, toys, cat litter, litter boxes, food, etc. Animals stay anywhere from a week to several months depending on the situation and the amount of care or behavioral attention needed. Volunteers must be at least 21 years old, live within 30 miles of the Plano Animal Shelter and commit to accepting at least one foster in a six-month period. If you are interested, please email Rebecca Finberg at RFinberg@plano.gov or call 972.941.7627.

Live Green in Plano Make a difference and make an impact by joining the Live Green in Plano (LGIP) Volunteer Program. Educational and exciting volunteer opportunities offered year-round. Opportunities include: • Monthly garden workdays - no previous garden experience required! • Litter cleanups • Special event assistance • Community outreach • Leadership • Storm drain labeling and more! Get started by attending an orientation. Individuals 13 years and older are welcome to join the LGIP Volunteer Program. Visit plano.gov/LGIPvolunteer to learn more.

Special Events Sign up now to be a Special Event Volunteer. Individuals and groups welcome! Our special event list has a variety of one-time activities including the annual book sale, semiannual neighborhood revitalization programs and fun runs. If you join the list, you will receive our VIP Event Alert emails about upcoming opportunities, including the type of event, the date, time, and a position description.

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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 December 1 *Non-resident registration begins at 5 a.m. on Dec. 3. Not all facilities open at 5 a.m. Facility operational hours are listed on page 90. Internet planoparks.org Recreation Online

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1. Go to the new Recreation Online site by clicking ‘Register Here’ at planoparks.org 2. Click on ‘Create Account’. 3. Complete your information (you must have an email address to create an account) Some customers may already be in the new system. If you have taken a class in the past year, staff have already entered your information. To check, follow these steps: 1. Go to the new Recreation Online site. 2. Click on ‘Sign In’. 3. Click on ‘Forgot Password’ and enter your email address to have your login information sent to you. If you don’t have an email tied to your current account, you will not receive your login information. In that case, simply call any recreation center to set up your email and retrieve your login information.

In-Person Allows for personal assistance

1. Go to any of our recreation centers: Carpenter Park Recreation Center, Oak Point Recreation Center, Plano Aquatic Center, Liberty 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.

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, Oak Point Recreation Center 972-941-7540, Plano Aquatic Center 972-769-4232, Liberty Recreation Center 972-769-4234 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 classes is offered for all registrants 60 and older; trips and shows/events are excluded. 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 972-941-7256 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 Please read the following refund policy for courses, programs, trips and camps. 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

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 Administrative Office

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-Th 5am-9pm Fri 8am-6pm Sat 10am-6pm Sun

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 11am-3pm Mon-Fri 7:15pm-9:30pm Mon/Wed/Fri 1pm-6pm Sat & Sun

Plano Senior Recreation Center

Plano Stages

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

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 Pool open for summer season only.

Liberty Recreation Center

2601 Glencliff Drive................................................972-769-4234

The Amphitheater at Oak Point Park 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway Courtyard Theater 1509 Avenue H Cox Playhouse 1517 Avenue H McCall Plaza 998 E. 15th Street 1517 Avenue H.......................................................972-941-5600 8am-5pm Mon - Fri

Rowlinson Community Natatorium - Indoor Pool

1712 Avenue P........................................................972-941-7670

Pool open for scheduled classes only.

Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center

5801 West Parker Road.........................................972-769-4404 5am-10pm Mon-Th 5am-9pm Fri 8am-6pm Sat 10am-6pm Sun See Aquatics section for pool hours.

Volunteer Resources

CLOSING FOR RENOVATIONS DEC. 2018

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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Outdoor Adventures Program

401 West 16th Street..............................................972-941-7155 PROJECTED TO REOPEN JAN. 2019 (check web site for updates)

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.

6000 Jupiter Road..................................................972-941-7540 5am-10pm Mon-Th 5am-9pm Fri 8am-6pm Sat 10am-6pm Sun See Aquatics section for pool hours.

Douglass Community Center

Oak Point Recreation Center

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. **Monthly Auto Renewal Memberships are automatically drafted 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 (and pool), 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). Ask about our loyalty discount.

RECREATION CLASSES

More than 8,000 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 Recreation Online for a complete list of current current classes.

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Plano Parks and Recreation Winter-Spring 2019 Catalog  

Plano Parks and Recreation winter-spring 2019 class catalog.

Plano Parks and Recreation Winter-Spring 2019 Catalog  

Plano Parks and Recreation winter-spring 2019 class catalog.