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Prioritizing Nature and Play Time in Pierce County Pierce County has a variety of local places where families can relax, explore, escape distractions, and give back to the community. Three county parks have recently been updated to include new play space, recreational equipment, and habitat restoration for children and adults of all abilities to enjoy for years to come.

Meridian Habitat Park Nature Playground Located in a rapidly urbanizing area in South Hill, this unique nature playground is nestled among the trees. Families can crawl on boulders, swing on a log, climb a netted peak, whisper to a friend through a listening tree and much more.

Mayfair Playground This long awaited park improvement adds a focal point for kids of all ages to play at this popular and cozy neighborhood park.

Parkland Prairie The restoration of this Pierce County park will make it a pollinator hot spot! Parkland Prairie, located on Tule Lake Road in Parkland, received some TLC from local volunteers this fall working to restore the native prairie areas and reforest the oak woodlands. In the coming years, trees will be planted, wildflowers will bloom, interpretive signs will be installed, and we will offer educational tours on easy walking paths. Put Parkland Prairie on your volunteer list next year! Help us bring this prairie back to life!

Saturday, April 22, 2017 9 a.m. - 12 noon Bresemann Forest (Adjacent to Sprinker Recreation Center) Get ready to “Pitch in for Parks”, a volunteer based program offered through a partnership between Pierce County Parks and Recreation and McLendon Hardware. Pitch in for Parks is a great opportunity for all ages and abilities, (ages 14 and under with guardian) to pitch in and help your community. We will have supplies available for use plus a snack and water. Join us “rain or shine” with appropriate clothing for the weather and work gloves. Pitch in for an hour or for the entire time from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on the following Saturdays: January 21 Parkland Prairie, planting trees and other restoration of the native prairie February 11 Parkland Prairie, planting trees and other restoration of the native prairie March 11

Spanaway Park, weeding raingardens

For more information contact Jenn at jsergen@co.pierce.wa.us or (253) 798-4148.

Come prepared with gloves, tools, and weather appropriate clothing, to cut, pull, plant, and haul. If your group would like to volunteer at a site, please contact Jenn by March 31 at jsergen@co.pierce.wa.us or (253)798-4148. To find other locations near you, visit www.parksappreciationday.net after March 15.


Welcome On The Inside..... As winter becomes spring, new recreational opportunities abound in Pierce County and Pierce County Parks and Recreation is happy to help you and your loved ones enjoy those that are most important to you. Just flip through this activity guide to learn all about them. Mark your calendars for some of our upcoming special events including our Daddy Daughter Dances, No Sun Fun Run, Mom & Son Dance, Foothills Dash, Princess Parties, Murder Mystery Dinner, family BINGO night, adult trips, and much more.

Run Pierce County Race Series See page 4

Special Interest Community Events______________________ 2, 4-7 Outdoor Adventures_______________________ 8-9

Adult and Youth Programs Ice Skating_____________________________ 10-15 Hockey_________________________________ 16-17 Tennis_________________________________ 18-19 Adult Classes___________________________ 20-24 Youth Classes___________________________ 25-29 Companionship Classes_________________ 30-32 Youth Sports____________________________ 33-35 Adult Sports_______________________________ 36 Golf___________________________________ 37-39

Special Interest Cooperative Play___________________________ 40 Sponsorships______________________________ 40

Facilities Facility Rentals_________________________ 41-45

General Information Registration Form__________________________ 46 Administration____________________________ 47

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Facility Key: Chambers = Chambers Creek Regional Park 9850 - 64th Street West, University Place 98467 Frontier = Frontier Park 21718 Meridian South, Graham, 98338

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Lakewood = Lakewood Community Center 9112 Lakewood Drive SW, Lakewood, 98499

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Meridian = Meridian Habitat Park & Community Center 14422 Meridian East, Puyallup, 98375 South Hill = South Hill Park 14201 - 86th Avenue East, Puyallup, 98373 Sprinker = Sprinker Recreation Center 14824 “C” Street South, Tacoma, 98444

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Community Events Introducing the Run Pierce County Race Series, a family of races that takes you through Puget Sound’s most scenic trails in 2017. All racers receive a medal after completing the third race in the series! • Sat, January 28 - No Sun Fun Run • Sat, March 4 - Foothills Dash • Sat, July 15 - Chambers Bay Challenge Race Series Registration: $50/runner Early bird fee paid by January 11. $60/runner Regular fee deadline paid on January 28 at the No Sun Fun Run (253) 798-4141 Race Series Information

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Family Bingo Night Friday, April 7 6:30-9 pm at Chambers Creek Regional Park It’s our annual Family Bingo Night at Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place. Bring your own highlighter or bingo daubers. Extra game cards/daubers available for purchase. Prizes awarded to each game winner. Concessions will be onsite. Space is limited, first come first serve. Doors open at 6 p.m. Fee: $5/person (includes a packet of 6 bingo sheets) Ages 3 and under are free #10714 Pre-registration required by April 5. Any businesses or organizations wishing to donate prizes or gift certificates to family bingo night please call Chad Harvell at (253)798-4104 or charvel@co.pierce.wa.us

Don’t worry about the weather at this “yard” sale because it will be held in the horse barns at Frontier Park. Discover great finds or sell your stuff by reserving a 10’ x 10’ horse stall in the Frontier Park barns. Each stall is $20; limit two stalls per family/group. Space is limited. Deadline to reserve your stall is April 5. Register on line at www.piercecountywa.org/parks or by calling 253-841-8515. No refunds given with less than 10 days prior to the event. No refunds given for inclement weather.

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Outdoor Adventures

Our popular trips for adults 50+ offer fun, exercise, sightseeing, photo opportunities and a chance to meet new friends. Departure location will be from the Lakewood Community Center at 9112 Lakewood DR SW in Lakewood. For special requests please call 253-798-4141. Deadline to register is one week prior to each trip unless otherwise noted.

LeMay’s America’s Car Musuem

Northwest Flower & Garden Show

#10681

#10684

Tues, Jan. 10

10:30 am - 3 pm

8:30 am - 4 pm

Fee: $49 + money for food/garden supplies

We are keeping it local and heading to LeMay’s Car Museum. The spacious facility houses up to 350 cars, trucks, and motorcycles from private owners, to corporations, and of course the LeMay’s vehicles. After a private 1.5 hour tour of the museum, there will be time to view on your own, and then lunch. Bring money for lunch at the Classics Cafe by Pacific Grill and memorabilia. Price includes trip management, transportation, and admission.

The Northwest Flower and Garden Show has been heralding the call of spring since 1989. Held in the Washington State Convention Center for five magical days; with over 300 exhibitors, full scale gardens, world class-seminars, florals, and family fun is just the thing for all you green thumbs. Stock up on the latest tools and accessories for your home and garden. Make sure to bring extra money for food and garden supplies. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and admission.

Capital Building Tour & Governor’s Mansion #10682

Wed, Jan. 25

Chehalis Cheese Tour

9 am - 4 pm

#10685

Fee: $44 + money for food We are heading to Olympia for a tour of the Capital building and home of the Governor. The Legislative Building is the crowing piece of our State Capital and home to our Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, and Treasurer. After our tour we will grab a bite to eat at Falls Terrace overlooking Tumwater Falls. Our day will end with a tour of the Governor’s Mansion; ID is required for this tour. Price includes trip management, transportation, and group tours.

Alfred Hitchcock’s 39 Steps Village Theatre Issaquah #10683

Thur, Feb. 9

9 am - 5 pm

Did you know Chehalis has several cheese farms? Come with us as we tour three different farms and enjoy a late lunch at the Marek Street Bakery offering a delicious assortment of breads, pastries, and fresh oven treats. Our farm visits will include Willapa Hills Creamy, Rosecrest Farm, and Black Sheep Creamery. All of these farms together feature local cow and sheep milk, cream cheese spreads, feta, ricotta, and flavored yogurt. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and tours.

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Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python, and you have The 39 Steps; a fast-paced “whodunit” for anyone who loves the magic of theatre. This Tony Award-winning treat features over 150 zany characters played by a talented four-person cast and is packed with nonstop laughs, complete with an on-stage plane crash, missing fingers, and of course romance. This unforgettable play is packed with pure entertainment. Dinner will be at Fins Bistro next to the Theatre prior to the show. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and admission. Winter/Spring 2017

Sat, March 11

Fee: $49 + money for food/memorabilia

Discover Oregon Museum of Science & Industry

3 - 11 pm

Fee: $89 + money for ood

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Fee: $49 + money for food/memorabilia

Thursday, March 23

7 am - 6 pm

Fee: $55 + money for food/memorabilia This day is full of wonder and discovery as we head to Portland; home of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). The Northwest’s first public planetarium which includes a 20-minute trip to the stars. OMSI is ranked as one of the top science centers in the United States with an international reputation for its innovative exhibits and educational programs. We will explore the exhibits and take in the planetarium. Bring money for lunch at Theory; OMSI’s very own restaurant. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and admission.

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Outdoor Adventures A View from Mount St. Helens #10706

Thurs, May 11

8 am - 6 pm

Fee: $51 + money for food/memorabilia Join us for a trip to Mt. St. Helens and see the changes that have occurred over the past 34 years. We’ll tour three visitor centers; Silver Lake, Hoffstadt Bluffs; location of the Fire Mountain Grill located inside the center, and finally Johnston Ridge Observatory. Bring money for lunch and memorabilia. If you have your National Park Pass; make sure to bring it with you too. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and park entrance.

Snoqualmie’s Northwest Railway Experience A Step Back in Time: Historic Port Gamble #10687

Thur, April 6

9 am - 5 pm

Fee: $49 + money for food/memorabilia Take a trip back in time as we head to the historic town of Port Gamble. Explore the nearby surroundings then enjoy a delicious lunch at the Port Gamble General Store. All the while enjoying the traditional atmosphere of the Victorian era. Bring money for lunch and memorabilia. Price includes, trip management and transportation.

New Day Northwest with Margaret Larson #10705

Thurs, April 20

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Sat, May 20

8:30 am - 4 pm

Fee: $58 + money for food/memorabilia Join us for a docent lead experience that begins with a tour of the Snoqualmie Depot before boarding the Snoqualmie Valley Railroad for a short ride to the Train Shed Exhibit Building, a 30 minute tour showcasing the unique artefacts and several exhibits including the award-winning Wellington Remembered exhibit. Re-board the train and travel west to the top of Snoqualmie Falls to view the top of Snoqualmie Falls and a beautiful view of the valley and river below. This tour is limited to 13 participants. Bring money for lunch at the Copperstone Family Spaghetti Restaurant and memorabilia. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and ticket.

7:30 am - 5 pm

Fee: $45 + money for food The local talk show New Day Northwest focuses on what makes the Northwest a great place to live and explore. Host Margaret Larson talks to authors, musicians, fitness, health experts, celebrities, and spots stars while we sit back in a live audience atmosphere. Bring your camera, group photos with Margaret may be available. After the show we will enjoy a Caribbean style lunch at Bahama Breeze. Price includes, trip management, transportation, and admission. Trip limited to 11 people due to size of studio.

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Orienteering Course at Sprinker Recreation Center Grab your compass and explore Sprinker Recreation Center and Bresemann Forest with our new orienteering course. Orienteering is a form of land navigation in which participants use a map and compass to navigate through fields, woods, hills or challenging terrain. This new course is designed for all skill levels and is perfect for beginners with 20 control points. The course is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Maps will be available at Sprinker Recreation Center and online in the coming months. This course was built and managed by the members of the Cascade Orienteering Club. For more information, contact Sprinker Recreation Center (253)798-4000.

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Sprinker Recreation Center Harry Sprinker Recreation Center 14824 “C” Street South, Tacoma, 98444 (253) 798-4000 Sprinker Recreation Center is your Community Recreation headquarters! Nowhere in Pierce County will you find more family activities then right here on your back doorstep. We offer indoor and outdoor recreational facilities for all ages and abilities. Our activities include ice skating, tennis, racquetball, wally-ball, pickleball, ping-pong, basketball, football, soccer, softball, baseball, skateboarding and more!

Sprinker Contact Numbers: (253) 798-4000

General Information, Class Registrations Emergency Schedules, & Closures

(253) 798-4003

Room & Facility Rentals

(253) 798-4040

Public Session Times & Fees

(253) 798-4905

Birthday Parties

(253) 798-4015

Kyle Wintermute, General Manager

(253) 798-4042

Kathy Wainhouse, Ice Skating Supervisor

(253) 798-4045

Janice Forbes, ISI Skating Coordinator

(253) 798-4121

Jared Bucci, Ice Hockey Coordinator

(253) 798-4056

Becca Boyle, Recreation Supervisor

(253) 798-4030

Mark Richards, Recreation Coordinator

(253) 798-4246

Don Garwood, Parks Specialist

(253) 798-4080

Directions

(253) 531-6300

Tennis/Racquetball & Pro-Shop

Our facility is equipped with: •

NHL regulation ice surface

4 indoor and 6 outdoor tennis courts

5 racquetball courts

one of the largest outdoor skateboarding parks in Western Washington

7 softball diamonds & 1 baseball field

outdoor basketball courts

multiple meeting rooms

walking trails, outdoor playground

SPIRE ROCK, the mountain climbers’ rock.

First rate classes, programs and community events

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Ice Skating

Party Packages: • $200 Package - Includes admission for 10 guests ($9/guest over 10, max 20). Birthday party room.

• Rink Side Package ($200) - Includes admission for 10

guests ($9/guest over 10, max 20). Larger party area and exclusive rink side entrance.

Party Add-Ons: • $9 - Each additional guest over 10 (includes admission, tableware, Capri Sun, balloon, passes) • $6 - Additional pizza • $2.50 - 2-liter soda

Each Package Includes: • 10 Complimentary skating passes for another day • 10 Helium Balloons • 4 Large Pizzas (cheese or pepperoni) • 10 Capri Suns or bottled water • 10 sets of tableware (plates, cups, napkins, forks) • 1 Birthday Party Card/Slapband plus Birthday Song and Announcement

Party Reservations: To book your party call (253) 798-4905. Reservations must be made two weeks in advance with a NON-REFUNDABLE pre-payment at time of reservation. For custom party packages for larger groups, contact Mark Richards at (253)798-4030.

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Public Ice Skating

Skate Sharpening and Repair (Hockey and Figure Varies) Hockey & Recreational Sharps...........................................$8 (+tax) (Dropped off for pick up within 4 days)

Hockey & Recreational Same Day Service Sharps........$11 (+tax) (Based on staff availability)

Custom Figure Sharps ......................................................$12 (+tax) (Dropped off for pick up within 4 days)

Custom Figure Same Day Service Sharps .....................$15 (+tax) (Based on staff availability)

Speed Skate Sharps............................................................$12 (+tax) Waterproofing ....................................................................$15 (+tax) Blade Mounts......................................................................$18 (+tax) Plug & Remount.................................................................$18 (+tax) Plug, Remount & Waterproof...........................................$33 (+tax) Replacing Rivets, Screws, and Eyelets............. minimum $5 (+tax) Total Rivet Replacement....................................................$20 (+tax) Blade Straightening............................................................$12 (+tax) Cutting a Rocker on Hockey Skates................................$20 (+tax) Boot Punch........................................................................No Charge Heat Molding......................................................................$10 (+tax) Boot Stretching (includes Heat Molding).......................$12 (+tax) (Cannot skate for at least 24 hours after boot stretch)

Regular Public Ice Skating Schedule: Monday 9:30-11:30 am Cheapskate Prices (Under 5 years free admission – skate rental extra)

3:45- 5:15pm

Tuesday

10:30 am-12:30 pm Cheapskate Prices

Wednesday 9:30-11:30 am 6:30-8:15 pm

Regular Prices Cheapskate Prices Cheapskate Prices

Thursday 10:30 am-12:30 pm Cheapskate Prices 12:45-2:15 pm Regular Prices (Adult Only 18 and over) Friday 9:30-11:30 am Cheapskate Prices (Under 5 years free admission – skate rental extra)

7:45-9:45 pm

Regular Prices

Saturday

11:45 am-1:45 pm Regular Prices 7:45-9:45 pm Regular Prices

Sunday

2:00-4:00 pm 6:30-8:15 pm

Regular Prices Cheapskate Session

(253)798-4040 current public skate session times

Public Ice Skating Admission Fees Adults

$7.25 (+tax)

Youth (Ages 6-17)

$6.25 (+tax)

Senior Citizens (62 & over)

$5.25 (+tax)

Children (5 & under, includes skate rental)

$5.25 (+tax)

Skate Rental

$2.75 (+tax)

Cheapskate Sessions (includes skate rental)

$6.25 (+tax)

Ice Walker Rental (Ages 5 & under)

$3.00 (+tax)

• Discount rates available for groups of 25 or more; two weeks advance notice required. • Military discount available, ID required. Save

$5

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Public Skate Discount 10-Admission Cards Adult Admission Card Student Admission Card Child/Senior Admission Card

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$67.50 (+tax) $57.50 (+tax) $47.50 (+tax)


Ice Skating Winter Public Skating Sessions Fri, Dec. 16

Cheapskate Regular Prices

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 7:45-9:45 pm

Sat, Dec. 17

Regular Prices Regular Prices

11:45 am - 1:45 pm 7:45-9:45 pm

Sun, Dec. 18

Regular Prices Cheapskate

2:00-4:00 pm 6:30-8:15 pm

Mon, Dec. 19

Cheapskate Regular Prices

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 3:45-6:30 pm

Tues, Dec. 20

Cheapskate Regular Prices

10:30 am - 2:15 pm 6:30-8:45 pm

Wed, Dec. 21

Cheapskate Cheapskate

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 5:30-8:15 pm

Thur, Dec. 22

Cheapskate Adult 18+ skate Regular Prices

10:30 am - 12:30 pm 12:45-2:15 pm 6:30-8:45 pm

Fri, Dec. 23

Cheapskate Regular Prices

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 6:30-9:45 pm

Sat, Dec. 24

Regular Prices

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

(Building closed after session)

Sun, Dec. 25

Christmas Day

CLOSED

Mon, Dec. 26

Cheapskate Regular Prices

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 3:45-6:30 pm

Tues, Dec.27

Cheapskate Regular Prices

10:30 am - 2:15 pm 6:30-8:45 pm

Wed, Dec. 28

Cheapskate Cheapskate

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 5:30-8:15 pm

Thur, Dec. 29

Cheapskate Adult 18+ skate Regular Prices

10:30 am - 12:30 pm 12:45-2:15 pm 6:30-8:45 pm

Fri, Dec. 30

Cheapskate Regular Prices

9:30 am - 1:15 pm 6:30-9:45 pm

Sat, Dec. 31

Regular Prices

10:00 am - 2:00 pm

(building closed after session)

Sun, Jan. 1

New Year’s Day

CLOSED

Martin Luther King Day Mon, Jan.16

Cheapskate

9:30 am - 1:15 pm

(Under 5 yrs free admission – skate rental extra)

Valentine’s Day Tue, Feb. 14

Cheapskate

10:30 am - 2:15 pm

(Under 5 yrs free admission – skate rental extra)

President’s Day Holiday Skating Mon, Feb. 20

Cheapskate

9:30 am - 1:15 pm

(Under 5 yrs free admission – skate rental extra)

ISI Camp Showtime!

An ice show performance featuring skaters from ages 3 to seniors will be showcased in an event full of “pizzazz”. Sat, March 11

$2.00 (pre-sale) $4.00 (day of show)

Easter Sunday

Sun, April 16

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5:30-7:30 pm (Approx.)

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Ice Skating Learn-To-Skate Program As a member of the Ice Skating Institute’s weSKATE program, our basic skills classes are designed for the recreational skater with teaching, testing, and award ribbons/patches available for different levels of achievement in basic skills and freestyle.

Registration Information Levels of Instruction include: PreSkate 1, 2, 3 & 4, Beginning 1 & 2, PreAlpha, Alpha 1 & 2, Beta 1 & 2, Gamma 1 & 2, Delta 1 & 2, Beginning Freestyle, Freestyle 1, 2, & 3, and Beginning Freestyle 4. Beginning skaters shoud register for Beginning 1 class. Pre-Skate and Beginning skaters are evaluated during the first 2 weeks and placed in the appropriate class level. At the end of the 8 week session, skaters will be tested and may earn a ribbon/patch before advancing to the next level. Registration can be done in person at Sprinker Recreation Center, by phone with a Visa or Mastercard 253-798-4000, or online at www.piercecountywa.org/parks. Pre-Registration is required. There must be at least 6 skaters in order to hold a class, otherwise the class may be canceled or combined with other levels when possible. It is recommended that returning skaters wait to register after their skills test on the last day of class.

Sprinker Ice Skating Staff Sprinker Recreation Center proudly staff some of the most highly-qualified ice skating professionals: • Skating Director Kathy Wainhouse

Class Dates

• ISI Coordinator Janice Teodoro-Forbes

Session

Session Dates

Registration Dates

Session 3

Jan. 21-Mar. 16

Accepted as of Nov. 30

Program Cost:

Class Dates:

Mon Wed Thur Sat

$76.00 (8 wks) for current ISI members

Session 4

March 18-June 3

Accepted as of Feb. 8

$15.00 ISI Membership* Session 3 $10.00 ISI Membership* Session 4

Class Dates

Mon Wed Thur Sat

(no class Apr. 3, 10) (no class Apr. 5, 12) (no class Apr. 6, 13) (no class Apr. 8, 15, May 20, 27)

• Skating Coaches: Stephanie Burgess, Jordan Lee, Lisa Martin, Stacey Norris, Glenn Patterson, Brenda Peterson, SueEllen Quick, Mikaela Randloph, Jennifer Rubin, and Heidi Sullivan.

The program cost includes admission to the public session (on day of lesson only), skate rental, instructional fee, testing fee, ribbon or patch, and a pass good for two complimentary admissions to any regualr price public skating session held during the 8 week lesson period.

Jan. 23-Mar. 13 Jan. 25-Mar. 15 Jan. 26-Mar. 16 Jan. 21-Mar. 11 Mar. 20-May 22 Mar. 22-May 24 Mar. 23-May 25 Mar. 18-June 3

*ISI Membership: Required for ALL Learn-To-Skate participants. Membership card or number is required at the time of registration: $15 membership September 1-August 31; $10 membership March 1-August 31. As a member of ISI, students receive an ISI membership card, quarterly magazine, secondary insurance and nationally registered skills tests. Allow 4-6 weeks from session start date for membership benefits to become effective (i.e. secondary medical coverage). As students progress the various levels, they have the opportunity to experience local, district and national competitions available to skaters of all ages, starting with the beginner’s basic Alpha test and ranging upward to the highest tests. These competitions are non-qualifying events. Emphasis is placed on participation and enjoyment. ISI and Sprinker are dedicated to providing quality recreational ice skating programs for the community.

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Limited Class Space Class enrollment is limited and determined on a first come first served basis. Sprinker prefers to limit enrollment to 12 students per class (9 for PreSkate 1 classes) whenever possible. Similar class levels may be combined to avoid canceling classes with low attendance.

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Ice Skating Learn-To-Skate Lesson Schedule The Learn-To-Skate program is a series of 8 one-half hour lessons for children and adults. Preskate Ages 4–6

Monday

Wednesday

Thursday

Saturday

PreSkate 1, 2, 3, 4

5:30-6:00 pm

NA

10:00-10:30 am 10:45-11:15 am

Child Ages 7+ & Adults

Monday

Wednesday

Thursday

Beginning 1

5:30-6:00 pm

5:30-6:00 pm

10:00-10:30 am 10:45-11:15 am

Saturday

Beg. 2, PreAlpha

5:30-6:00 pm

6:00-6:30 pm

10:00-10:30 am 10:45-11:15 am

Alpha, Beta,

6:00-6:30 pm

6:00-6:30 pm

10:00-10:30 am 11:15-11:45 am

Gamma, Delta

6:00-6:30 pm

6:00-6:30 pm

10:00-10:30 am 11:15-11:45 am

Beg. Freestyle, Freestyle 1 6:00-6:30 pm

5:30-6:00 pm

NA

10:00-10:30 am

Freestyle 2, Freestyle 3

NA

5:30-6:00 pm

NA

10:00-10:30 am

Beg. Freestyle 4

NA

5:30-6:00 pm

NA

10:00-10:30 am

Skating Attire PreSkate and beginning skaters are encouraged to wear an All-Sport safety helmet. Skaters should wear gloves and warm layered clothing.

Make up lessons/class are not available. Class times are subject to change based on enrollment and reassigned on the first day of class. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your class time for possible changes and to pick up an attendance card.

Speciality Classes The following series of outstanding programs have been designed for the beginning recreational skater to the highly competitive figure skater under the auspices of U.S. Figure Skating and the Ice Skating Institute (ISI).

ISI Competitions & ISI Special Events

Jump, Spin & Axel Class The following competitions and special events will be held for skaters participating in the ISI recreation Learn-To-Skate program.

This class is designed to strengthen all areas of figure skating. Each week a new concept will be introduced, incorporating single and double rotation jumps including the axel jump, spins, combinations spins and edge moves. Skaters must have passed Freestyle 3 no higher than FS 5. Sat

11:15-11:45 am

$76 (8 wks)

ISI Practice Sessions Practice sessions available to all ISI participants in the Learn-To-Skate program with Skating Director’s approval. Cost is $9.50/drop-in session. Skate rental is not included. Sat

Entry forms and detailed information will be available in advance of the event.

7:30-8:30 am and 8:30-9:30 am

March 11, 2017

ISI Camp Showtime

Entry Deadline: Feb. 11, 2017

April 2017

Freestyle & Dance Session Fees Freestyle (45-60 minutes)............ $49 (+tax) - 7 session card ..................................... $147 (+tax) - 21 session card drop-in............................... $9.50 (+tax)/session Dance.............................................. $10 (+tax)/session

ISI & US Basic Skills Spring Fever Team Competition/Exhibition

Entry Deadline and Date TBA

Private Skate Instruction Available Private figure skating instruction is available by contacting Kathy Wainhouse, Skating Director, at (253) 798-4042. A private lesson request form may also be obtained at Sprinker Center. Private lesson fees are paid directly to the instructor while the cost for the ice time session (when the lesson is given) is paid directly to the ice rink prior to the session/lesson.

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Hockey

Youth Hockey: American Development Model (ADM) This program will focus on the skating skills used for hockey. Skaters will learn a variety of skills ranging from forward skating to backward skating on one and two feet, stick handling, and some game instruction.

For:

Ages 4-16

Fees:

$72 Sunday, 4:15-5:00 pm (8 wks) $63 Sunday, 4:15-5:00 pm (7 wks) $45 Sunday, 4:15-5:00 pm (5 wks)

$120 Sunday, 5:00-6:15 pm (8 wks ) $105 Sunday, 5:00-6:15 pm (7 wks) $75 Sunday, 5:00-6:15 pm (5 wks)

Full Equipment Required: HECC approved helmet with face mask, hockey pants, support cup, hockey gloves, shin/elbow/shoulder pads, and internal mouth guard.

4:15 pm Class: Rental skates are available at no extra charge. Hockey skates and regulation hockey sticks are not required.

5:00 pm Class: Hockey Skates and regulation hockey stick required. Gear available for purchase at Sprinker Recreation Pro Shop, 253-531-6300.

Register as a player/coach at www.usahockey.com. Bring receipt to first class. USA Hockey Membersip valid 9/1-8/31.

Dates: Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6

(5 pm class requires instructor evaluation)

$49 USA Hockey membership (Ages 7 & up)

January 8-March 12* (8 wks) March 19-May 7* (7 wks) May 21-July 23 (8 wks) July 30-August 27 (5 wk camp)

*No classes Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Apr. 16, May 28 & June 18

Rental Gear: $50/session (includes cost of cleaning) with a $100 refundable deposit if all the equipment is returned in good condition. Gear quantities are limited and therefore will be distributed at the fitting date or after the first class. Gear must be turned in prior to the start of the next series to receive full deposit refund. Package includes all gear with the exception of supporter with cup/or pelvic protector, internal mouth guard, full coverage throat protector/neck guard, hockey skates and sticks.

Tacoma Junior Hockey Association (Youth League Hockey) For:

Birth years 1997-2010

Contact:

Jared Bucci, (253) 777-8748 jbucci20@comcast.net

Locations: Sprinker Recreation Center, Spanaway, WA Fee:

Register online www.tacomajrhockey.com

Hockey develops skills on the ice that build a foundation for a lifetime. In addition to athletic prowess, hockey promotes confidence, pride, discipline, focus and responsibility. With an emphasis on fun, hockey is a game to be played and enjoyed for life.

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Hockey Adult Drop-in Skate & Scrimmage

Adult Hockey Learn To Play Class Interested in playing hockey? Never skated before or it’s been long enough for a refresher? Old enough to vote? Then this is the class for you. Our class will work on your skating skills, teach you stick handling, develop your game knowledge and fundamentals and prepare you to play in a league. This is a full gear program so you will need the following: •

For:

Ages 18 & Older

When: 11:45 am-1:15 pm Mondays 11:45 am-1:15 pm Fridays Fee: $11 (+tax)/player per session (payment will not be taken any earlier than two hours prior to the start of the session.)

Equipment: Full gear required Each session is limited to 20 skaters and the first two goalies play free. All games are non-checking.

Full equipment required: HECC approved helmet with face mask, hockey pants, support cup, hockey gloves, shin/elbow/shoulder pads, and a regulation ice hockey stick. Gear lists available at Sprinker Recreation Center 253-798-4000.

For: Ages 18-Adult Fees: $96 (8 wks) $49 - USA Hockey membership required

Register at www.usahockey.com click on players then click on register. Register as Player/Coach, follow the instructions. Print and bring your receipt to the first class. USA Hockey Membersip is valid 9/1-8/31.

Session 3 Jan. 9-Feb. 27 Session 4 Mar. 6-Apr. 24 Session 5 May 1-June 26* Session 6 July 3-Aug. 21

Mon Mon Mon Mon

8:00-9:00 pm 8:00-9:00 pm 8:00-9:00 pm 8:00-9:00 pm

* No class May 29

Advanced Adult Hockey Learn To Play Class For the Advanced Adult player*, our class will build on your skating skills, stick handling, and develop your game techniques and strategy for league play. This is a full gear program so you will need the following: •

Full equipment required: HECC approved helmet with face mask, hockey pants, support cup, hockey gloves, shin/ elbow/shoulder pads and an internal mouthguard, and a regulation ice hockey stick. Gear lists available at Sprinker Recreation Center 253-798-4000

For: Ages 18-Adult Fees: $96 (8 wks) $49 - USA Hockey membership required

Register at www.usahockey.com click on players then click on register. Register as Player/Coach, follow the instructions. Print and bring your receipt to the first class. USA Hockey Membersip is valid 9/1-8/31.

Session 5 May 1-June 15 Session 6 July 3-Aug. 21

Mon 6:45-7:45 pm Mon 6:45-7:45 pm

*If you’re not sure if you have the skills to take this class please contact Jared at 253-798-4000.

For:

Up to 30 people may play on the ice at one time. Groups larger than 30 should rotate players on and off the ice during your event.

Fee:

$250 (+tax) Fee includes 1 hour ice time, 30 brooms, 30 helmets, and a ball

When: Broomball is offered Friday and Saturday nights after 10 p.m. Please call for availability. The game of broomball is very similar to regular hockey; however, players hit a rubber ball with custom brooms instead of hitting pucks with a stick. Tennis shoes are also worn instead of skates. Broomball is very popular especially for groups such as social and civic clubs and organizations or churches looking for new and intriguing activities.

(253)798-4030 to book your group today! We supply the equipment, you bring the fun!

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Tennis Tennis Courts Sprinker Recreation Center has four indoor tennis courts, six outdoor courts and a tennis and skating pro shop. Many activities are available including private and group lessons, league play, tournaments and social events. Equipment such as a ball machine and rackets are available for rent along with complete locker room facilities. Reservations & Hours of Operation: Tennis Courts are available for rent by the hour. Reservations may be made up to six days in advance by calling the Pro Shop (253) 531-6300. All phone reservations require advance payment by VISA, M/C, Am Express or Discover Card. Court times are for one hour and reservations may be made for up to 1-½ hours. Court/Pro Shop Hours of Operation: Monday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Pro Shop For information or to register for lessons/programs, call the Pro Shop at (253) 531-6300. Sprinker Tennis Pro Shop offers a complete selection of tennis racquets from Wilson, Babolat, Prince and Head along with a full line of demo racquets. The Racquet Demo program fee is $25 with unlimited demo racquet trials. $25 is credited back to your purchase.

Professional Racquet Stringing: Sprinker Tennis Center is a member of the United States Racquet Stringers Association. Professional racquet stringing with Wilson, Prince, Gamma, Technifibre, Luxilon and Babolat strings with a 24-hour turn-around.

Tennis Equipment, Accessories, Apparel & Shoes: The Pro Shop also carries performance tennis shoes for men and women from Wilson, Babolat, Head and Prince. Plus a complete selection of tennis bags and accessories and a basic selection of tennis skirts, t-shirts, socks and tennis panties.

Tennis Court Reservation Fees: Monday through Sunday Singles: $17.50/hour Doubles: $22/hour

Racquetball Courts Sprinker Recreation Center has five racquetball courts for racquet ball and also available for other sports including ½ court basketball, wallyball, volleyball and badminton. Rental equipment such as racquetball racquets, basketballs and wallyballs are available. In addition, complete locker room facilities are available. Reservations are available for rent by the hour and may be made up to six days in advance by calling the Pro Shop (253) 531-6300. All phone reservations require advance payment by VISA, M/C, Am Exp or Discover Card. Court times are for one hour and reservations may be made for up to two hours. Racquetball Court Fees (All Ages) • • •

Singles: $13.25/hour Doubles: $15.50/hour Racquet Rental: $2/racquet plus tax

Basketball & Wallyball Court Fees (All Ages) • •

$2.25/player Ball and Net Provided: $10 ball deposit required

New

4-Indoor Pickleball Courts

Figure Skating Equipment: Riedell and Jackson Figure Skates are now in stock and available for special order! Complete selection of dresses, tights, accessories, Zuca Bags and Rockerz bladeguards. Figure skates are priced from $69.95. Don’t miss out, purchase skates early for Christmas! Call the Pro Shop for a skate fitting appointment at (253) 531-6300. We heat-mold figure and hockey skates. Free with skate purchase - $25 for skates purchased elsewhere.

Hockey Equipment: We carry Bauer and Nike hockey skates plus gloves, shoulder pads, pants, shin guards, sticks and helmets with cages, all in stock! In stock accessories also include stick and sock tape, bags, pucks, blade guards, jerseys, socks, jock shorts cups and other accessory items! Special orders and layaway available.

2-Hour Drop-In Pickleball You don’t need a partner to participate! Players will play one game, first to win 11 points and rotate out if other players are waiting. • Monday & Wednesday 12:00-2:00 pm • Tuesday & Thursday 8:00-10:00 am • Saturday 6:30-8:30 am (except when tournaments are scheduled) Fee: $4.50 per player

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Tennis Adult Group Tennis Lessons 253-531-6300 Register at Sprinker Pro-Shop

Beginner Lessons Fundamental instruction - groundstrokes, volley’s, serve. 1 hour class - $66/4 wks

Sat Tue/Thur

1-½ hour class - $82/4 wks

10:00-11:00 am 9:00-10:30 am

Advanced Beginners: Pro fed and live ball drills and instruction 1-½ hour class - $82/4 wks

Sat Tue/Thur

8:30-10:00 am 9:00-10:30 am

Intermediate/Advanced Skills & Drills: 1-½ hour class - $82/4 wks

Mon/Wed 6:30-8:00 pm NTRP 2.5+ Fast paced drills with cardio Mon-Fri 9:00-10:30 am NTRP 3.0+ Fast paced live ball and pro fed

Sat

drills with cardio.

8:30-10:00 am NTRP 2.5+ Fast paced live ball and pro fed

drills with cardio.

NO REFUNDS on pre-paid lessons. All class times are subject to change, please call to confirm class schedules 253-531-6300. All lessons must be paid for on the day of play. All rates includes WA sales tax.

USTA Tennis League Join a USTA tennis league and meet new friends! Men’s, ladies and mixed doubles leagues now forming. Call (253) 531-6300 for more information and a free NTRP evaluation. USTA membership required. League court fees are $12 per match plus a Tennislink Fee and annual USTA membership.

Beginner, intermediate and advanced level classes are available. Instruction covers fundamental strokes plus singles and doubles strategy with drills designed to work on control, consistency, and and game improvement. Minimum of 4 players required for any class to be held. LESSON FEES: (Pre-paid for 4 classes) 1 hr Group Lessons: $55.00 1-½ hr Junior Development: $82.00 DROP-IN FEES: (paid on day of play or late payment) ½ hr Classes: $13.25 1- hr Classes: $16.50 1-1/2 hr Classes: $22.00

Hot Tots – Ages 3 to 4

Tennis Pro Staff All Sprinker Tennis Center tennis professionals are certified by USPTA or PTR. • Eric Drew, Head Professional, PTR • Ryan Paul, Professional, PTR • Josh Pinyerd, Professional, PTR • Michael Paretta, Professional, USPTA • Pat Block, Director of Tennis, USPTA, PTR, Certified USTA Official and Referee • Tracey Ferry, Pro Shop Manager, USTA Tournament Director

Prviate Lesson Fees - Scheduled by Appointment Only

1-hour private $65-$75 1-hour Semi-private $35-$40 1-hour private group $20-$22

Private lesson rates above do not include 9.4% sales tax.

Junior Group Tennis Lessons

Sat

10:00-10:30 am

Beginner – Ages 5 to 17 Mon/Wed Sat

4:00-5:00 pm 10:00-11:00 am

Adv. Beginner – Ages 7 to 17 Mon/Wed Sat

4:00-5:00 pm 10:00-11:00 pm

Intermediate/Advanced – Junior Development M/Tu/W/Th 5:00-6:30 pm Sat 11:00 am-12:30pm NO REFUNDS on pre-paid lessons. All class times are subject to change, please call to confirm class schedules 253-531-6300. All lessons must be paid for on the day of play. All rates includes WA sales tax.

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Adult Classes Pre-registration is required to ensure enrollment minimums and maximums are met, unless stated. All fees are due at the time of registration. Please call the center you will be attending the day before your class starts to make sure the class has not been canceled.

Puppy Obedience

Hatha Yoga

The Sirius Puppy training class covers neutering, anti-aggressive training (bite inhibition), house training, socialization to people/ dogs, behavior problems, handling, and basic obedience. Methods involve short training periods with play periods and positive rewards. Limited corrections. Most work done off lead.

Hatha Yoga is a great way to decrease stress while increasing flexibility and strength. This class is perfect for all body types, new or experienced yoga practitioners. Learn breathing techniques, standing and floor postures. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Bring a yoga mat and blanket (optional yoga blocks, straps, and pillow).

Class is for puppies 12–18 weeks old at the start of class. Older puppies MAY be admitted by instructor permission. The first night of class bring proof of vaccination, puppy with non-choke collar/lead, puppy treats, and members of the family interested in learning to train puppy.

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Do not feed puppy before class. For: Adults Instructor: Riffle Fee: $75 (6 wks) #10590 Jan. 23-Feb. 27 Mon 6:45-7:45 pm #10589 Mar. 6-Apr. 10 Mon 6:45-7:45 pm #10588 Apr. 17-June 5* Mon 6:45-7:45 pm

For: Teens/Adults Instructor: Borden Fees: $54 one day/week (6 wks) $108 two days/week (6 wks)

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Jan. 3-Feb. 7 Jan. 5-Feb. 9 Feb. 14-Mar. 21 Feb. 16-Mar. 23 Apr. 11-May 16 Apr. 13-May 18

Tue Thur Tue Thur Tue Thur

6:30-7:45 pm 6:30-7:45 pm 6:30-7:45 pm 6:30-7:45 pm 6:30-7:45 pm 6:30-7:45 pm

Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier

*No classes April 24 and May 29

Clicker Training for Dogs Have you tried traditional dog training methods without getting the results you want? Perhaps it is time to try something new.

Iyengar Yoga - For the Less Flexible or 50+ In Iyengar yoga, the use of props (blocks, blankets, straps, chairs, etc.) allows you to learn the correct actions of every pose, regardless of flexibility. Instructions are precise and basic concepts are covered before progressing to more complex poses. Work on strengthening the body, increasing flexibility and aligning joints for optimal function; and balance to help prevent falls.

This class is taught by A.B.I. certified trainer, Jon Borcherding. It is an introduction to the fun, exciting training method known as “clicker training”. This method is effective on dogs of all sizes and ages. It is especially useful with dogs that are fearful or anxious when confronted with traditional training tools like chain collars, voice corrections, etc.

In this slow moving class practice standing poses, seated poses and twists. You may sit on a chair if unable to sit on the floor. Poses can be modified for individual needs.

Requirements: Proof of current vaccinations, 6ft. lead, dog treats, scoop bags and paper towels. This class is for dogs of any age or breed. Dogs aggressive to other dogs will not be accepted. Do not feed dog before class. For: Adults Instructor: Borcherding Fee: $85 (6 wks) #10593 Feb. 21-Mar. 28

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Bring a mat, a strap, a block and three Mexican blankets to class. Instructor will take orders for blankets and other props at first class. Please come early to fill out a health form. For: Adults Instructor: Nathalie Fairbanks Fee: $75 (6 wks) #10464 Jan. 11-Feb. 15 Wed #10465 Mar. 1-Apr. 5 Wed #10466 Apr. 12-May 17 Wed

10:00-11:00 am Frontier 10:00-11:00 am Frontier 10:00-11:00 am Frontier

Nathalie Fairbanks, M.B.A., M.Sc., M.A., RYT 200, is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor.

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Adult Classes Refresh Fitness This class is for all ages and abilities. The instructor leads and teaches strength, flexibility, and balance with an aerobic component. The program is ideal for ages 50+ and for those recovering from surgery or an injury. For: Adults Instructor: Schultz & Yeary Fee: $24 (8 classes) #10458 #10459 #10460 #10461

Jan. 3-26 Jan. 31-Feb. 23 Mar. 7-30 Apr. 4-27

Tue/Thur Tue/Thur Tue/Thur Tue/Thur

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

Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier

Jazzercise is a calorie-torching, hip-swiveling, Shakira’d-beproud 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 (calories per hour) in one 60 minute class. For: Adults Fees: (Payment made to Jazzercise at class)

Stroller Strides Fit4Mom® is offering the popular Stroller Strides® a great way to get back into shape, have fun with your baby and meet other new moms. This one hour full body workout includes cardio, strength training and core work. Sing traditional and new songs to keep the kids engaged during this hour. Wear comfortable workout clothes, shoes, and prepared to be inside and outside. Bring a water and yoga mat or towel. For:

Moms with little ones (6 wks-preschool) in a stroller

Jazzercise - Meridian 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. Instructor: Hawks southhilljazzercise@yahoo.com Monthly Tue/Thur* 9:30-10:30 am Monthly Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00 pm Monthly Sat 8:30-9:30 am

Instructor: Emily Keenan

* Childcare available

Locations: Chambers Creek Regional Park ESB Building and North Meadow

Jazzercise - Lakewood

Fee:

$60 - Monthly Membership $119 - Ten Class Pass First Class is Free

Register with Fit4Moms at www.tacoma.fit4mom.com

Dec.-Mar.* Mon/Wed Apr.-Sept. Mon/Wed

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

Chambers/ESB Chambers/NM

*No classes December 26 and Feb. 13

Chambers Stroller Strides membership includes FREE weekly Our Village play group after class and once a month, mom’s night out!

$10 - Walk in (one time) $39 - Easy Fitness Ticket (Auto-pay 12 mths) $44 - Easy Fitness Ticket (Auto-pay 6 mths) $49 - Easy Fitness Ticket (Auto-pay 2 mths) $96 - Two month pass $25 - One time joining fee

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This fun class combines effective exercise with jazz dance-based choreography and popular music. Each high-energy class includes a warm up, aerobic segment, muscle toning and flexibility exercises, and a cool down. No dark soled shoes. Instructors: Nicholson & Black-Vigue www.jazzercise.com Monthly Tue/Thur 5:45-6:45 pm Monthly Sat 9:00-10:00 am

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Adult/Teen Classes R.I.P.P.E.DTM Are you looking for a new way to push yourself to the next level of fitness? Then you need to get R.I.P.P.E.DTM a uniquely blends resistance, interval, power, polymeric, endurance and diet elements into a highly effective HIIT program. The R.I.P.P.E.DTM format is an athletically-based total body workout which requires the body to respond to constant change. For: Instructor: Fee:

Adults Tasha Williams $20/month (4 classes) $7 drop-in

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Jan. 5-26 Feb. 2-23 Mar. 2-23 Apr. 6-27 May 4-25

Thur Thur Thur Thur Thur

7:00-8:00 pm 7:00-8:00 pm 7:00-8:00 pm 7:00-8:00 pm 7:00-8:00 pm

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Self Defense/Cardio This class combines core exercise with self-defense techniques along with a cardio workout incorporating 5-10 pound hand weights, jump ropes and kettle bells. For: Instructor: Fee:

Ages 16-Adult Apache 6 $72 (8 wks) $12 drop-in fee per class

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Wed 6:00-7:00 pm Wed 6:00-7:00 pm

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Belly Dance Middle Eastern Belly Dance is a low-impact form of dance appropriate for all body types and backgrounds. Learn history basic movements, isolation techniques, and more. No dance experience necessary. All ages, shapes, genders welcome. Come with a willingness to learn, make new friends, and have a good time.

No weights. No bulk. Just hardcore results. Ready to make your power move?

For: Adults Instructor: Jeweled Scarab Dance Company Fee: $50 (6 wks)

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Jan. 2-Feb. 6 Feb. 20-Mar 27 Apr. 10-May 15 May 29-July 3

Mon Mon Mon Mon

6:00-7:00 pm 6:00-7:00 pm 6:00-7:00 pm 6:00-7:00 pm

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Unleash your power with Pilates + yoga + nonstop movement with PiYo Live! You’ll sweat, stretch, and strengthen – all in one workout. Define exactly how you want to look and feel.

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

For: Teen/Adults Instructor: Wiltrout Fee: $48 (12 classes) $28 (6 classes) #10470 Jan. 9-Feb. 16 #10473 Jan. 9-Feb. 15

Mon/Thur Mon/Wed

10:00-11:00 am Frontier 7:00-8:00 pm Frontier

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Mon/Thur Mon/Wed

10:00-11:00 am Frontier 7:00-8:00 pm Frontier

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Mon/Thur Mon/Wed

10:00-11:00 am Frontier 7:00-8:00 pm Frontier

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Adult/Teen Classes

Tap Dancing Try this fun adult tap class for beginners! Dancers will learn the basic fundamentals of tap dance, rhythm, and combination steps. Dance is a fun and positive way for individuals to express themselves while also getting a work out. Attire: wear clothing that you can move comfortable in, and tap shoes. For: Teen/Adults Instructor: Goll Fee: $48 (6 classes) POUND is the world’s first cardio jam session inspired by the energizing fun of playing the drums. Using Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND® transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of working out. ®

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Jan. 18-Feb. 22 Mar. 8-Apr. 12 Apr. 19-May 24

Wed Wed Wed

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

While working to music in this exhilarating full-body class, you will also gain strength when training with pilatesinspired movements. Designed for all fitness levels, POUND® provides the perfect atmosphere for getting energized and toning up! The workout is easily modifiable and the alternative vibe and welcoming philosophy appeals to men and women of all ages and abilities. For:

Ages 16-Adult

Instructor: Gray N. Fee:

$60 (8 wks) $10 drop-in fee per class

Sticks are provided.

Backpacking Basics

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*No class May 18

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This informative workshop will give you the basics about what you need to hit the trail this season. Learn what to take on backpacking trips, including recommended tents, sleeping bags, food, maps, as well as suggestions on selecting a perfect backpack. Ideas will also be given on how to select trails as a novice backpacker. There will be time at the end for questions and answers. For: Teen/Adults Instructor: Spane Fee: $4/person #10456

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Adult & Teen Classes

Learn to make meals for any occasion. Create simple, fun, and delicious dishes with Jackie that you can keep on hand this fall and winter. These fresh and delicious recipes will have you, your family, and friends fall in love with cooking. For: Ages 16-Adult Instructor: Jackie Keeys Fees: $39/person per session $12 lab fee paid to instructor first day of class

Junior Top Chefs

Cooking For a Delicious Country Southern Picnic These dishes will speak to your soul and to their heart. Come join us for a relaxed evening of cooking that will inspire your next picnic or outdoor gathering. #10709 Session 1 Feb. 21

Tues 6:30-9:30 pm Chambers

This series will cover basic kitchen etiquette right up to creating world class desserts! Your skills will be put to the test with a formal dinner, starring your special guests! Do you have what it takes to be the next top chef?

Easy Breezy Homemade Dips, Appetizers, and Finger Food Learn to make these tasty recipes for your next party or get together. Be prepared for the upcoming holidays when you show up with these delicious dishes in hand. #10710 Session 2 Mar. 14

Tues 6:30-9:30 pm Chambers

Say Cheese This class is for you cheese lovers. Learn to cook multiples cheese dishes that are delicious and suitable for any occasion. #10711 Session 3 Apr. 11

Tues 6:30-9:30 pm Chambers

Simple and Delicious Potluck Dishes Prepare one pot meals and dishes that will impress friends or family at your next office party or informal get together. #10712 Session 4 May 16

Are you eager to cook and don’t know where to begin? Then look no further, Chambers Bay Chef Bryan Anderson and his team will teach you everything you need to know about becoming top chefs in the kitchen!

Tues 6:30-9:30 pm Chambers

Series 1st class: Basic kitchen etiquette and applications (includes knife skills and 1-2 appetizers) 2nd class: Salad and soup 3rd class: Entree 4th class: Dessert 5th class: Formal dinner for your special guests (limit 2 guests per junior) For: Ages 10-15 Location: Chambers Bay Grill Restuarant Fee: $120/junior $110 for each additional junior #10784

Jan. 24-Feb. 23

Tue

5:30 - 8:00 pm

Learn how to make delicious Mexican meals from scratch. You will learn Mexican cooking basics that can be used as appetizers, entrees, and side dishes. At the end of each sessions, we will enjoy a full meal that you can easily duplicate at home. Sessions are available during the week or on a weekend. For: Adults

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Instructor: Leticia Gomez

Fee: $40/person per session (Fee includes materials and ingredients)

Session #1

Session #2

Chicken Enchiladas and Spanish rice.

Carne Asada burrito grande.

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Feb. 8 Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Lakewood Mar. 25 Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Lakewood

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Feb. 25 Sat 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Lakewood Mar. 8 Wed 6:00-9:00 pm Lakewood

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Youth Classes

For: Ages 5-13

Engineering For Kids® brings science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), to kids ages 4 to 14 in a fun and challenging way through classes, camps, clubs, and parties. Engineering is, after all, one of the fastest growing industries in the world! All supplies are provided, including laptops and engineering equipment.

$25 for 1st child $15 for 2nd child $10 for each additional child (Pre-registration required. Space is limited.)

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Feb. 24 Mar. 17 Apr. 28

6-9 pm Frontier Park 6-9 pm Meridian Habitat Park 6-9 pm Frontier Park

We have special evenings of motorized model building with LEGO® bricks planned for your children!

For: Ages 8-14 Instructor: Alpert Fee: $125 (6 wks)

Electronic Game Design: Platform Games During the Electronic Game Design: Platform Games classes, students will use Multimedia Fusion 2® to create their own video game. A platform game is a side-scrolling, Mario-type game where students program characters and a two-dimensional obstacle course. They attempt to avoid or overcome enemies and reach an end goal on multiple levels. At the end of the class, students take home a copy of the game they create. #10669 Jan. 7-Feb. 11

Fees:

Sat

9:45-11:15am

Sprinker

Children will design and build their own models, as well as build with our plans of over 160 different motorized model builds of the following themes: Amusement Park Rides, Famous Buildings, Forces of Nature, Spectacular Sports, Interesting Inventions, Laws of Motion, Space Adventure, Energy is Everywhere, Construction Craze, Amazing Animals, and many more. Your child will engage in challenges, games, and creative open play – all supervised by our professional staff. This will be an evening of fun your children will not forget! Pizza and drinks for each child are provided. For more information, 253-798-4141.

Electrical Engineering: ELECTRIFIED! Prepare to get ELECTRIFIED! Ever wonder how Levitron Trains float in the air? How electro-magnets work? Or want to build a Wind Turbine? The curriculum for the Electrical Engineering program is designed to introduce students to the concepts of circuit design, building and maintenance through various hands-on activities. Students will walk away with an in-depth knowledge on basic circuits. #10670 Feb. 18-Mar. 25

Sat 9:45-11:15 am Sprinker

Software Engineering: Scratch Video Sensing What’s more fun than playing an interactive video game? Writing one! Video sensing allows students to design and program their own video games and then test them by interacting with the program via webcam. In this Scratch program, Using the Engineering Design Process, students work together to create their own games, art and musical instruments while exploring coding foundations. Get up and get moving with Engineering For Kids and Scratch: Video Sensing!

Robotics Spring Break Camp Build and program real working robots during spring break week! Each day, junior campers ages 5-8 will build a motorized model and make it come to life using simple LEGO® WEDO® software. Meanwhile, older campers ages 9-14 will use LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 to build and program robots with sensors that can avoid obstacles, follow lines, or pick up objects.

#10671 Apr. 1-May 13* Sat 9:45-11:15 am Sprinker

For: Ages 5-14 Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz® Instructors Location: Chambers Creek Regional Park (ESB Building) Fee: $199/camper (includes t-shirt, custom minifigure and certificate of achievement)

#10657 Apr. 10-14

*No class April 15

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Youth Classes

Music Together

Band Musical Instrument Instruction

All children are musical! Here’s your chance to experience the research-based and internationally recognized Music Together® program, packed with songs, rhymes, movement, and instrumental jam sessions! Classes provide stimulating experiences for children and their adults, regardless of musical ability or background, in a non-performance setting. Ages 5 and under with adult

For:

Instructor: Music Together® teachers, www.NewNotesMT.com Fee*: #10676 #10677 #10678 #10679

$132 (8 wks) - First child $88 (8 wks) - Second child Babies under 9 months are free with enrolled sibling

Jan. 17-Mar. 7 Jan. 19-Mar. 9 Mar. 28-May 23 Mar. 30-May 25

Tues Thur Tues Thur

9:45-10:30 am 10:30-11:15 am 9:45-10:30 am 10:30-11:15 am

Chambers Meridian Chambers Meridian

Free Preview classes: • January 10 & March 14, 9:45-10:30 am at Chambers • March 16, 10:30-11:15am at Meridian *Fee includes: CD song collection, songbook, Parent Guide/DVD, growth chart, access to online Family Music Zone resources/digital songs.

Beginning & Intermediate

This program provides an opportunity for youth to learn and increase their skills with their woodwind, brass, or percussion band instrument. The two classes are geared to students who have played for at least six months and the other for first time players. Both classes will teach the fundamentals and the skills of playing a band instrument in a group setting. Participants will learn musicianship, appropriate theory concepts, and the ins and outs of proper instrumental technique. All participants need to provide their instrument, music stand, and the following books for their instrument: Beginners - Essential Elements 2000 book 1 for their instrument Intermediate - Essential Elements 2000 books 1 & 2 For: Ages 10+ Instructor: Ruben Watson Music Fee: $45 (4 wks) #10573 Jan. 23-Feb. 13 Mon 4:15-5:30 pm #10574 Feb. 27-Mar. 20 Mon 4:15-5:30 pm #10575 Apr. 10-May 1 Mon 4:15-5:30 pm

Meridian Meridian Meridian

Bring your child to our Tiny Tots Indoor Playground for fun and socialization. For:

Ages 5 & under

Dates:

(re-opens September 10)

December 2016-June 13, 2017

Days:

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Times:

9:30-11 am

Fee:

$2 drop-in per child

Location: Lakewood Community Center

Kids will delight in running, jumping, climbing, and exploring in this safe environment while creating fun with oodles of toys and space.

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Youth Classes Movement & Music This fun 30 minute class will unleash the child’s creativity moving to music. Basic dance moves will be introduced and circle games will keep the child’s attention. Attire: fun dance dress up clothing and ballet slippers. For: Ages 2-3 Instructor: Goll Fee: $30 (6 wks) #10551 #10552 #10553 #10554 #10555

Jan. 18-Feb. 22 Mar. 8-Apr. 12 Apr. 19-May 24 Jan. 21-Mar. 4* Apr. 1-May. 6

Wed Wed Wed Sat Sat

9:45-10:15 am 9:45-10:15 am 9:45-10:15 am 9:15-9:45 am 9:15-9:45 am

Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier

*No class February 18

This class introduces children to the fun of ballet with pre-ballet movement and stretching.

Dancers will learn basic ballet steps, center floor work and ballet terminology. In addition, learn basic fundamentals of tap dance, rhythm, and combination steps.

For: Ages 3-4 Instructor: Deskins Fee: $44 (6 wks)

Dance is a fun & positive way for children to express themselves and improve their self-confidence and focus on fun. Attire: tights, leotard, ballet slippers, and tap shoes required. Hair pulled up in ponytail or bun. Tap shoes available at Payless stores. For: Ages 3-7 Instructor: Goll Fee: $44 (6 wks)

Wed Wed Wed

4:00-4:45 pm Sprinker 4:00-4:45 pm Sprinker 4:00-4:45 pm Sprinker

Beginning Ballet Ballet is introduced with focus on proper technique and posture. Students learn basic ballet steps and terminology along with the ability to gain strength. Students will also explore the way steps can be combined to make new steps and dances.

Ages 5-7

Jan. 18-Feb. 22 Mar. 8-Apr. 12 Apr. 19-May 24 Jan. 21-Mar. 4* Apr. 1-May 6

Wed Wed Wed Sat Sat

10:25-11:25 am 10:25-11:25 am 10:25-11:25 am 9:55-10:55 am 9:55-10:55 am

Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier

Ages 5-7 yrs #10519 Jan. 21-Mar. 4* Sat #10520 Apr. 1-May 6 Sat

11:05 am-12:05 pm Frontier 11:05 am-12:05 pm Frontier

*No class February 18

Register Early...... Register at least one week in advance for all adult & youth classes! Nothing cancels a good program quicker than waiting until the the last minute to register. We need a minimum number of participants to enroll in a class for it to go. Coming in the day the class begins won’t resurrect it, so please register early.

#10615 Jan. 4-Feb. 8 #10616 Feb. 15-Mar. 22 #10614 Mar. 29-May 3

For: Ages 5-14 Instructor: Deskins Fee: $44 (6 wks)

Ages 3-5

Class attire: Sweats, t-shirt and black leather ballet shoes for boys. Pink leather ballet shoes, tights and leotard for girls. No tutus please but ballet skirts may be worn.

Toddler Ballet

Ballet & Tap

#10513 #10514 #10515 #10516 #10517

Sprinker Ballet Classes

#10609 Jan. 4-Feb 8 Wed 4:55-5:55 pm #10610 Feb. 15-Mar. 22 Wed 4:55-5:55 pm #10608 Mar. 29-May 3 Wed 4:55-5:55 pm

Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker

Ages 8-14 #10606 Jan. 4-Feb. 8 #10607 Feb. 15-Mar. 22 #10605 Mar. 29-May 3

Wed 7:05-8:05 pm Wed 7:05-8:05 pm Wed 7:05-8:05 pm

Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker

Intensive Ballet Movement This class is listed with a pre-requisite. It is geared to those who have attended previous ballet classes and understand the basics of all ballet terminology and movement. For: Ages 8-14 Instructor: Deskins Fee: $44 (6 wks) #10613 Jan. 4-Feb. 8 #10612 Feb. 15-Mar. 22 #10611 Mar. 29-May 3

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Wed 6:00-7:00 pm Wed 6:00-7:00 pm Wed 6:00-7:00 pm

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Youth Classes Roach Gymnastics Do your kids love to run, jump and flip around? Come have fun learning gymnastic skills in a high energy environment. Basic tumbling, low beam, low bar, and vault are the emphasis of this program. For the pre-school ages we also include the parachute, bubbles, or a game at the end of each class, and everyone gets a stamp. Participants must bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes.

Toe, Tap & Tumble This dance and movement class covers basic ballet exercises, tap dancing skills, and gymnastic tumbling. Youth will develop flexibility, balance and total body coordination. Students should wear shorts or leotards, tap shoes are required as well as soft ballet slippers. For: Ages 3-12 Instructor: Wright Location: Sprinker Fee: $55 (8 wks) #10621 Jan. 14-Mar. 11* Sat 11:10 am-12:10 pm Beginner #10620 Mar. 25-May 20* Sat 11:10 am-12:10 pm Beginner #10624 Jan. 14-Mar. 11* Sat 1:20-2:20 pm Beginner #10623 Mar. 25-May 20* Sat 1:20-2:20 pm Beginner Ages 5-6 #10619 Jan. 14-Mar. 11* Sat 10:05-11:05 am #10618 Mar. 25-May 20* Sat 10:05-11:05 am

Beginner Beginner

#10622 Jan. 14-Mar. 11* #10627 Mar. 25-May 20

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

Intermediate Intermediate

Sat 9:00-10:00 am Sat 9:00-10:00 am

Beginner Beginner

Ages 7-12

For: Ages 3-10 Instructor: Roach Gymnastics Staff Fee: $40 (4 wks) Ages 3-5 #10564 #10565 #10566 #10567

Ages 3-4

#10626 Jan. 14-Mar. 11* #10625 Mar 25-May 20*

Roach Gymnastics - Meridian

*No classes February 18 and April 15

Toe, Tap & Tumble Presentation/Recital: • Winter session will have an in-class presentation during regular class time and place on Saturday, March 11. • Spring session will have a recital at Meridian Habitat Park on Saturday, May 20. Recital times TBA.

Jan. 4-25 Feb. 1-22 Mar. 8-29 Apr. 5-26

Wed Wed Wed Wed

4:00-4:40 pm 4:00-4:40 pm 4:00-4:40 pm 4:00-4:40 pm

Meridian Meridian Meridian Meridian

Jan. 4-25 Feb. 1-22 Mar. 8-29 Apr. 5-26

Wed Wed Wed Wed

4:50-5:30 pm 4:50-5:30 pm 4:50-5:30 pm 4:50-5:30 pm

Meridian Meridian Meridian Meridian

Ages 6-10 #10568 #10569 #10570 #10571

Roach Gymnastics - Sprinker For: Ages 3-10 Instructor: Roach Gymnastics Staff Fee: $40 (4 wks) Ages 3-4 #10634 #10642 #10646 #10638 #10650

Jan. 10-31 Feb. 7-28 Mar. 7-28 Apr. 4-25 May 2-23

Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue

4:45-5:25 pm 4:45-5:25 pm 4:45-5:25 pm 4:45-5:25 pm 4:45-5:25 pm

Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker

Jan. 10-31 Feb. 7-28 Mar. 7-28 Apr. 4-25 May 2-23

Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue

5:30-6:10 pm 5:30-6:10 pm 5:30-6:10 pm 5:30-6:10pm 5:30:6:10 pm

Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker

Jan. 10-31 Feb. 7-28 Mar. 7-28 Apr. 4-25 May 2-23

Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue

6:15-6:55 pm 6:15-6:55 pm 6:15-6:55 pm 6:15-6:55 pm 6:15-6:55 pm

Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker Sprinker

Ages 5-6 #10635 #10643 #10647 #10639 #10651 Ages 7-10 #10636 #10644 #10648 #10640 #10652

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Youth Classes Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido Learn self control, discipline, respect, and economy of motion while learning martial arts. This martial arts class teaches Olympic style Tae Kwon Do as well as Hapkido (the art of using pressure points and joint locks). Students will learn effective punching and kicking techniques as well as throws and useful self defense moves. This program is a good avenue for character building, self confidence, and self esteem. Additional fees paid at class for testing. For: Instructor: Fees:

Tae Kwon Do (Karate) Build self discipline, agility, balance, strength and speed. Students are built from the inside out and must face strict standards for advancement including physical, mental and written tests. Learn Olympic style, traditional weapons and boxing training. Taught by career instructors with multiple years of experience.

Ages 7-Adult (all belts) Podzaline & Purbeck $35/person (8 classes) $30 - 2nd family member

Ages 7-12 yrs #10501 #10502 #10504 #10505

Jan. 3-26 Jan. 31-Feb. 23 Feb. 28-Mar. 23 Apr. 4-27

Tue/Thur Tue/Thur Tue/Thur Tue/Thur

6:30-7:40 pm 6:30-7:40 pm 6:30-7:40 pm 6:30-7:40 pm

Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier

Tue/Thur Tue/Thur Tue/Thur Tue/Thur

7:50-9:00 pm 7:50-9:00 pm 7:50-9:00 pm 7:50-9:00 pm

Frontier Frontier Frontier Frontier

Ages 13 +

For: Ages 8-Adult Instructors: Hagedorn & Barbante Fees: $36/month (3 times/wk) $26 - 2nd family member

#10506 #10507 #10508 #10509

Jan. 3-26 Jan. 31-Feb. 23 Feb. 28-Mar. 23 Apr. 4-27

All Belts: #10666 Jan. Mon/Thur Fri

6:30-8:00 pm Sprinker 5:30-6:30 pm Sprinker

#10662 Feb. Mon/Thur 6:30-8:00 pm Sprinker Fri 5:30-6:30 pm Sprinker #10663 Mar. Mon/Thur Fri

6:30-8:00 pm Sprinker 5:30-6:30 pm Sprinker

#10664 Apr. Mon/Thur Fri

6:30-8:00 pm Sprinker 5:30-6:30 pm Sprinker

#10665 May* Mon/Thur Fri

6:30-8:00 pm Sprinker 5:30-6:30 pm Sprinker

*No class May 29

Puyallup Cheer Clinic Girls and Boys ages 6-14 are invited to learn jumps, kicks, cheer motions and dance at our fist cheer clinic put on by Puyallup Cheer Academy. The clinic teaches coordination, self-confidence, teamwork and physical fitness. At the end of the clinic the cheerleaders will do a performance for parents and family members. Cost includes 3 hours of cheer instruction, clinic t-shirt and pom, poms. For: Instructor: Fee:

6-14 Dannielle Chapman, Puyallup Cheer Academy www.cheerpca.com $40

#10547

March 11

Sat 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Lakewood

Optional cheer accesseries are available for an additional cost at www.cheerpca.com or paid to the instructor.

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Companionship Classes Pierce County Parks and Recreation proudly offers “Companionship,” a specialized recreation program designed to provide fully inclusive recreational and leisure opportunities for individuals of all abilities and their families. Our goal is to assist the participants in finding and maintaining strong friendships while playing and trying new activities. For a complete and detailed Companionship calendar or for more information, please contact us at pccompanionship@co.pierce.wa.us or (253) 798-2997 . www.piercecountywa.org/companionship

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New

This FUN inclusive dance class series focuses on participants’ dance strengths, talents and potential. Dancers learn basic ballet, fundamentals of tap dance, rhythm, combination steps, center floor work and terminology. Ballet slippers and tap shoes are required. Leotards and tights are optional. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow movement (sweats, leggings, tights, etc.). For: Day/Time: Instructor: Location:

Ages 6 & Up (under 12 with guardian) Mondays, 6:00-7:00 pm Lisa Goll* Meridian Habitat Park, West Room

Fees: #10445 #10446 #10447

Ages 6 & Up (under 12 with guardian)

Instructor: Judy Roesch* Location:

Lakewood Comunity Center, Room #203

14422 Meridian E, South Hill Puyallup

Fee:

(includes all 4 sessions and materials)

$19/participant - February only (3 classes) $25/participant - (4 classes)

#10422 #10443

Feb. 6, 13 & 27 Mar. 6, 13, 20 & 27 Apr. 3, 10, 17 & 24

Pre-register by Feb. 1 Pre-register by Mar. 1 Pre-register by Apr. 1

Friday, December 9 6-8 p.m. Lakewood Community Center It’s time for Companionship’s favorite game…BINGO! Grab a dauber or highlighter for a chance to win fun prizes awarded to each game winner. For: All ages Fee: $5/person day (includes 3 bingo sheets) Extra game cards available for purchase.

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Day/Time: Tuesdays, 5:00-6:30 pm

*Lisa Goll began dancing at age nine and taught tap, jazz and ballet at a professional dance studio while in high school. She is a mother of four children and her 18 year old daughter has SMA, a form of muscular dystrophy. Through volunteering with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Lisa has been educated about various types of disabilities and how to adapt to situations in order for it to be positive and inclusive for all.

Break out the brushes, paints, paper and more. Companionship is introducing a brand new series of inclusive art classes! Participants will learn to express themselves through a wide variety of art media and techniques. All materials are included in the program fee.

Course: #10230- Must pre-register by December 6

Winter/Spring 2017

$25/participant - Participants must pre-register Feb. 7, 14, 21 & 28 Pre-register by Feb. 1 Apr. 4, 11, 18 & 25 Pre-register by April 1

*Judy Roesch has a visual arts degre and has taught art for 17 years. As a volunteer art instructor for Very Special Arts of Washington for several years, she has set up a program for artists of differing abilities living in Pierce County.

Companionship’s Santa Sounder! Board the Sounder in Puyallup and make the round-trip to Seattle with us. We’ll have fun holiday activities and crafts while onboard the train. We’ll catch the 5:11 p.m. train from Puyallup to Seattle, remain onboard and return to Puyallup on the 6:20 p.m. train, arriving in Puyallup at 6:59 p.m. Upon our return to the Puyallup station, we’ll be greeted by Santa! This will be the perfect opportunity to tell Santa about any last minute gifts you would like! For:

All ages

Location: Puyallup Sounder Station (131 West Main Ave, Puyallup) Fee:

$10/rider - Ages 6 & up $5/rider - Ages 5 & under Pre-registration required by December 10.

#10202 #10203

Monday Tuesday

(Fee includes round-trip train ride, snack & activities)

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December 19 December 20

4:45-7:15 p.m. 4:45-7:15 p.m.


Companionship Classes Companionship Top Chef Tuesdays, March 7, 14 & 21 6:00-7:30 pm Who’s hungry? Learn basic food preparation skills and have a tasty treat in this series of cooking classes.

CLUB PIERCE: New Name and More Days for Club TGIF Companionship’s Club Pierce, formally known as Club TGIF, is especially designed for young adults ages 20-30 who have special needs. Participants take part in personally enriching activities within the community including volunteering and visiting other organizations. Participants will enhance socialization with peers and community members, increase independence skills, and build their resumes as well as take part in crafts, sports, cooking and other activities.

Each week we will learn to prepare several dishes and then finish the night chowing down on our freshly prepared grub. This series will focus on desserts and sweets! For:

Ages 6 & up, with guardian

Fee: $30/participant (includes 3 sessions, materials, & ingredients) Location: Lakewood Community Center, Room #203 Course: #10436- Must Pre-Register by March 1

Register for one day or as many dates as you would like. For:

Young adults ages 20-30 with special needs

Fee:

$25/day per participant Must pre-register the 1st of each month

Locations: Lakewood Community Center (Fridays) Meridian Habitat Park (Wednesdays)

School is out for Spring Break, so Companionship is offering three great opportunities to travel and have fun. Participants should bring a sack lunch, bottle of water, a jacket, and wear appropriate clothing for the weather.

Fridays Wednesdays

Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27 Jan. 11, 18, 25

8 am - 3 pm 8 am - 3 pm

Lakewood Meridian

Fridays Wednesdays

Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24 Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22

8 am - 3 pm 8 am - 3 pm

Lakewood Meridian

Fridays Wednesdays

Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

8 am - 3 pm 8 am - 3 pm

Lakewood Meridian

Olympic Game Farm in Sequim

Fridays Wednesdays

Apr. 7, 14, 21, 28 Apr. 5, 12, 19, 26

8 am - 3 pm 8 am - 3 pm

Lakewood Meridian

We’re heading to the farm, the Olympic Game Farm that is! We’ll take the drive tour through 84 acres and see everything from American Bison to Zebra. Meet at Lakewood Community Center.

For more information, contact Jenn at (253) 798-2997 or pccompanionship@co.pierce.wa.us.

For: Fee:

Ages 12-21 $30/day per participant (must pre-register by March 20)

#10449 Tues, Apr. 4 8 am-4 pm

Lakewood Community Center 9112 Lakewood Dr. SW, Lakewood

Seattle Aquarium & Ferry Ride Time for a trip to Seattle to tour the Seattle Aquarium and check out all of the sea creatures. The day will wrap up with a ride on the ferry. Meet at Sprinker Recreation Center or Sehmel Homestead Park Pavilion. #10450 Tues, Apr. 11 8 am - 4 pm Sprinker Recreation Center Alder Room 14824 C St. S, Tacoma #10451 Tues, Apr. 18 8 am - 4 pm Sehmel Homestead Park 10123 - 78th Ave NW, Gig Harbor

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Companionship Sports Companionship’s Monthly Swim Night Catch up with friends and splash around in the pool during Companionship’s Monthly Swim Night. Swim Nights are held in Clover Park High School’s indoor pool on the first Friday of each month, with some exceptions. Please call (253) 798-2997 or email Jenn at pccompanionship@co.pierce.wa.us for more information.

Companionship Basketball

Companionship Active Games Night

Introduce your child to the awesome game of basketball. This fully inclusive program will teach how to dribble, shoot, defend, plus the basic rules and etiquette of the game. Each week will start with a skills session learning new skills and building on skills learned the week before.

What’s better than a night of fun games? Join Companionship this March for a night of fun, active games. What great games and activities will Coach Stan dream up? You’ll have to join us to find out, but we guarantee that they’ll be fun! For:

Ages 6-21 (all abilities)

For: Location: Fee:

Ages 6-21, all abilities Lakewood Community Center $20/participant - Must Pre-Register by December 27 (includes 4 sessions, ribbon, and individual/group photos)

Location: Lakewood Community Center Gym (9112 Lakewood Dr. SW, Lakewood) Fee:

$20/participant - Pre-register by Feb. 23

#10438

Wednesday

#10798

Wednesdays March 1, 8, 15, 22 5:00-7:00 pm

Companionship Racquet Sports

New

Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25 5:00-7:00 p.m.

(includes all 4 sessions)

Companionship Soccer This fun and introductory program will introduce your child to the awesome game of soccer. This fully inclusive program will teach various kicks, the rules, defense, and most importantly how to score a GOAL!

Learn the basics of racquet sports like pickle ball and badminton in this new inclusive program. We will teach the proper way to hold a racquet, serve, lob, and even volley while having fun in an accepting environment. For: Location: Fee:

Ages 6-21, all abilities Lakewood Community Center $20/participant - Must Pre-Register by January 23 (includes 4 sessions, ribbon, and individual/group photos)

#10437

Wednesday

This fun and fully inclusive co-ed program will teach your child the basics of football in a fun, positive, and safe way. Your child will learn how to throw the ball, basic plays, defense, and an amazing touchdown dance! Each week will start out with a skills session and end with a game. Remember this is Flag Football so no tackling. Each participant will wear a flag that the defense will grab to simulate a tackle.

Ages 6-21 (all abilities) (9010 - 128th St. E, South Hill Puyallup)

Fee: $20/person - Participants must pre-register by Mar. 27 (includes all 4 sessions, ribbon, and individual/group photos) #10439

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Wednesday

Apr. 5, 12, 19, 26

Winter/Spring 2017

Ages 6-21 (all abilities)

Fee:

$20/participant - Pre-register by Apr. 24

#10440

Wednesdays May 3, 10, 17, 24

(includes all 4 sessions, ribbon, individual/group photos)

5:00-7:00 pm

Save the Dates Camp Lots of Fun - Registration Date Monday, May 1 5:30-6:30 p.m. Lakewood Community Center.

Camp Pierce - Registration Date

Location: Heritage Recreation Center, field F

For:

Location: Heritage Recreation Center (9010 - 128th St E, South Hill Puyallup)

Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Companionship Flag Football

For

Each week will start with a skills session learning new skills and building on skills learned the week before.

5:00-7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, May 2 5:30-6:30 p.m. Lakewood Community Center.

More camp information will be available the first of April.

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Youth Sports Since 1979, Kidz Love Soccer has been dedicated to teaching children the world’s most popular sport within a nurturing, recreational environment. Typical session includes age appropriate skill demonstrations, fun games, and instructional scrimmages. Experience soccer fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Participants receive Kidz Love Soccer Jersey! Shin guards are required except for parent-child classes. For: Ages 2-12 Instructors: Kidz Love Soccer Coaching Staff (KLS class status hotline 1- 888-372-5803) Fee: $70 (6 wks) $80 (7 wks - April session) Locations:

Gonyea Park in Tacoma South Hill Park in Puyallup Frontier Park in Graham Lakewood Community Center in Lakewood

Ages 2-3 ½

Mommy/Daddy & Me

Your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer, parents are part of the action, not watching from the sidelines! #10777 Feb. 22-Mar. 29 #10771 Apr. 26-Jun 7

Wed Wed

9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am

South Hill South Hill

#10750 Feb. 28-Apr. 4 #10751 Apr. 25-June 13

Tue Tue

5:30-6:00 pm 5:30-6:00 pm

Frontier Frontier

#10761 Apr. 24-June 12

Mon

6:00-6:30 pm

Gonyea

Ages 3 ½-5

Tot/Pre-Soccer

Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age appropriate environment. #10780 Feb. 22-Mar. 29 #10781 Feb. 22-Mar. 29

Wed Wed

10:10-10:45 am 3:25-4:00 pm

South Hill South Hill

#10775 Apr. 26-Jun 7 #10776 Apr. 26-Jun 7

Wed Wed

10:10-10:45 am 3:40-4:15 pm

South Hill South Hill

#10767 Feb. 27-Apr. 3 #10764 Apr. 24-June 12

Mon Mon

5:15-5:50 pm 5:15-5:50 pm

Gonyea Gonyea

#10756 Feb. 28-Apr. 4 #10755 Apr. 25-June 13

Tues Tues

3:15-3:50 pm 3:15-3:50 pm

Frontier Frontier

Ages 5-6

Soccer 1 - Techniques & Teamwork

Players learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, defense, etc. Fun skill games played at every session. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. #10752 Feb. 28-Apr. 4 #10753 Apr. 25-June 13

Tues Tues

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

Frontier Frontier

#10765 Feb. 27-Apr. 3 #10763 Apr. 24-June 12

Mon Mon

3:45-4:30 pm 3:45-4:30 pm

Gonyea Gonyea

#10778 Feb. 22-Mar. 29 #10772 Apr. 26-Jun 7

Wed Wed

4:00-4:45 pm 4:15-5:00 pm

South Hill South Hill

Ages 7-10

Soccer 2 - Skillz & Scrimmages

Avanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format with focus on scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. #10754 Feb. 28-Apr. 4 #10757 Apr. 25-June 13

Tues Tues

4:35-5:20 pm 4:35-5:20 pm

Frontier Frontier

#10766 Feb. 27-Apr. 3 #10762 Apr. 24-June 12

Mon Mon

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

Gonyea Gonyea

#10779 Feb. 22-Mar. 29 #10773 Apr. 26-Jun 7

Wed Wed

4:45-5:30 pm 5:00-5:45 pm

South Hill South Hill

Kidz Love Soccer… ”Where the score is always FUN to FUN!”

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Youth Sports Youth Basketball (Volunteer Coach Officiated League) For: Boys and Girls ages 5-8 Ages 5 & 6 play together (#10454) Ages 7 & 8 play together (#10455) Fee: $45/player - Includes team t-shirt, players clinic, certificate of participation, and 7 or 8 games. Registration: Register February 13-March 31 or until filled. Program will be limited to the first 240 children who sign up on a first come-first serve basis. League Purpose: This is strictly a recreational program. The focus is on a positive self-image, self-confidence, sportsmanship, and physical skills. There are no try outs, everyone plays regardless of ability. This is not a program for highly skilled players that have previously played together. Practices: Practices are held one evening/week (Mon, Wed, or Fri) at 5:15 pm or 6:15 pm starting the week of April 17 for each team. Games: All games will be played on Saturdays at the Lakewood Community Center and may be scheduled on the following dates: April 22, 29, May 6, 13, 20, June 3, 10, &17. Mandatory Coaches Meeting: Thursday, April 13, 5:30 p.m. at the Lakewood Community Center. Parent Orientation Meeting and Players Clinic: Parents and coaches will meet on Saturday, April 15 at the Lakewood Community Center: 10:30-11:30 a.m. for ages 5-6 or 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. for ages 7-8. We are a volunteer based organization and rely on the support of volunteer coaches to ensure the success of our program. If you or someone you know can help support us by volunteering to coach in our program, please contact Meredith at (253)798-4091.

Ski & Snowboard School Snoqualmie Pass – Summit Central

2017 Lessons

• For ages 4-Adult • Must be at least 10 years old to ride bus without adult supervision • Participants purchase their lift tickets at the mountain • Rental equipment should be rented prior to coming to mountain

Saturday Program Dates: January 7-February 11, 2017 (6 wks) Lesson Time: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Fee: $186 (lessons only) $282 (bus & lessons) $240 (bus only) Transportation: Bus Pick Up 7 AM/Return approx. 6 PM: - Puyallup Sportsman’s Warehouse (120 - 31st Ave. SE) - Tacoma Safeway (6201 6th Ave.)

Sunday Program Dates: Lesson Time: Fee: Transportation:

January 8-February 12, 2017 (6 wks) 10:30 am - 12:30 pm $186 (lessons only) No Bus Transportation

Ski/Snowboard Registration Form: • Available starting Oct. 3, 2016 • (253) 841-8515 or www.piercecountywa.org/parks • On-line registration not available for this program

Other Program Information: • Provide your own equipment • Purchase your own lift tickets

2015-2016 ticket prices were: $12 - ages 6 & under $44 - ages 7-12 $64 - ages 13-61 $44 - ages 62-69 $12 - ages 70+

• (253) 841-8515 for more information

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Youth Sports

Sign up your child for an action packed, fun filled program of soccer! Players will learn all the skills, flicks and tricks, and games in a fun and relaxed environment that encourages development. For: Dates: Location: Fee:

Ages 2-10 Mon-Wed | December 20, 21, 22, 27, 28 & 29 Lakewood Community Center $42 (6 days, includes T-shirt)

Program: First Kicks Mini Kicks Player Clinic

Ages 2-3 Ages 4-5 Ages 6-16

1:00-1:30 pm 1:00-1:45 pm 1:00-2:00 pm

Girls Fastpitch League This recreational fastpitch leagues is for girls, ages 10-16. USSSA rules with Pierce County Park Department modifications will be used. Games will be played at Sprinker Recreation Center and Heritage Recreation Center. Divisions:

16 & under /grades 9-10 14 & under /grades 7-8 12 & under /grades 5-6 10 & under /grades 3-4

Registration: Registration is accepted April 3-May 12. All fees due at time of registration. Register on April 3rd and receive a $30 discount off team registration fee. League Play: May 30-Mid July (weather permitting) League Fees*: Division Fee on 4/4 Regular Fee Games #10557 10U

$470

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#10558 12U

$470

$500

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#10559 14U

$470

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#10560 16U

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*Fees include all player and team fees, one dozen balls and affiliation registration.

Coaches Meeting:

Wednesday, May 24, 5:30 p.m. at the Lakewood Community Center. Teams will receive a schedule and rules. Schedules are only given to teams with rosters on file.

For more information, please call Meredith at (253)798-4091.

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Adult Sports Slowpitch Leagues League Pointer League (DH) USSSA Class “D” USSSA Class “E” USSSA Class “Rec” USSSA Class “Rec 40+” Church

Men

Women USSSA Class “D” USSSA Class “E” USSSA Class “Rec” Coed

USSSA Class “D” USSSA Class “E” USSSA Class “Rec” USSSA Class “Rec” USSSA Class “Rec”

Games

Fee*

Game Nights

Home Run Rule (out of park)

20 games 12 games 12 games 12 games 12 games 12 games

$900 $640 $640 $640 $640 $640

Monday Tue/Wed Mon/Thur/Fri Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri Tuesday Tue/Thur

Unlimited Unlimited 3 then progressive 1 then progressive 1 then progressive 1 then progressive

12 games 12 games 12 games

$640 $640 $640

Thursday Thursday Thursday

Unlimited 3 then progressive 1 then progressive

12 games 12 games 12 games 12 games 12 games

$640 $640 $640 $640 $640

Sunday Sunday Sunday Wednesday Friday

Unlimited 3 then progressive 1 then progressive 1 then progressive 1 then progressive

*Fee includes: Official fees, half dozen softballs required for use in league play; and USSSA team registration ($40/team). Registration: Registration accepted February 27-March 31. All fees due at time of registration. Register by March 13 and receive a $30 discount off team registration fee. Double Headers or Single Games: Teams can to mark their preference on the league application to play single games or double headers. We will do our best to meet all requests. Scheduling Conflicts: Teams are allowed to ask to not be scheduled certain dates or days in which they are unable to play. A calendar is on the back of the league application for this purpose. Every attempt is made to accommodate these requests, however it’s not guaranteed. Coaches Meeting: Wednesday, April 19 at the Lakewood Community Center. Team rosters are due at the coaches meeting: 6:00-6:30 pm for Men’s Teams or 6:30-7:00 pm for Women’s and Coed teams. Practice Fields: Fields may be available prior to the season to teams that have registered and paid all fees in full. Games: Games played at Sprinker Recreation Center and Heritage Recreation Center. Pre-season Tournament: Register February 20-March 3. Fee is $75 per team with a 3 game guarantee, played specific nights March 12-April 28. Umpire fees of $13 per game paid in cash to the umpire on the field. (253)798-4141 or www.piercecountywa.org/parks for a league or pre-season tournament application.

Open Badminton Program Monday evenings, September through May from 7:30-10 p.m. at the Lakewood Community Center. Hosted by the Tacoma Badminton Club, badminton players of all ages and abilities from beginners to advanced are welcome. Fee:

$7 - single visit $72 - 3 month intervals $185 - 9 months $5 - students up to age 21 (with ID)

Shuttle cocks are free. Racket loaners aswell as instruction are available at no charge. Program information contact Joe at (253)272-9883 or jpjm40@yahoo.com.

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Pickleball players of all ages and abilities are welcome every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings at the Lakewood Community Center from 7:30 am to 12 noon. Six courts are available for singles and doubles play. Drop-in rate of $3/player or a money saving annual pass is available. (253)798-4091 for more information.

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Golf Lake Spanaway Youth Learn to Golf Program This year round Learn to Golf Program will guide juniors through the introduction of the game, learning skills necessary to enjoy the game for a lifetime or compete at any level. Juniors new to the program but not new to the game do not need to start at the beginner level to benefit from this program. Contact the Golf Professionals at Lake Spanaway (253) 531-3660 and schedule a skills test to determine their position in the program. The skills test to pass into a level is universal. Class is structured for fundamentals, proper technique, rules of the game, and much more. Each level will teach the skills necessary for using each club in both full swing and short game settings. Upon completion of the Beginner Level 3, juniors will be ready to advance to Intermediate levels. For: Ages 6-15 Instructor: Bob Emmerson Register: Lake Spanaway Golf Course (253)531-3660 Fee: $75 (6 wks)

FootGolf

Fort Steilacoom Golf Course FootGolf is a combination of golf and soccer! The game is played very similar to golf but with a regulation #5 soccer ball instead of clubs, the holes are shortened and the goal is to kick the ball into 21-inch diameter cups using the least amount of kicks as possible. The rules largely correspond to the rules of golf. Rates*: Player (ages) Adult (21+) Young Adult (18-20) Junior (11-17) Youth (10)

9 holes $7.50 $6.50 $5.50 $3.50

18 holes $11.00 $10.00 $9.00 $5.00

Rentals Ball $2.00 $3.00 Riding Car (per seat) $7.00 $9.00

*All rates plus tax

Hours: Open after 11 a.m. seven days a week Reservations: To make a tee time, please call (253) 588-0613 Appropriate golf clothing required and NO cleatted shoes allowed (recommend turf shoes, indoor soccer shoes or sneakers).

Jan. 14-Feb. 18 Thur 5:30-6:15 pm

Adult Golf Lessons Professional golf instruction for adults in both individual and group settings at Lake Spanaway Golf Course. Adults will learn the skills necessary to play and enjoy the game of golf. Whether you are a beginner looking to take up the game or an advanced player looking to add to your shot repertoire, the professional Lake Spanaway staff is eager and willing to help. • • •

Individual Lessons: $45/lesson $150 - Series of 4 lessons $150 Playing lesson

Lake Spanaway Golf Pro Shop, (253)531-3660 to register.

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Golf Pierce County in Western Washington is your home for public golf. Our golf courses offer a variety of settings for every taste and style. From tree-lined courses to open green spaces and smooth rolling greens overlooking the Puget Sound, our golf courses are the most diverse in Washington. Whether seeking a quick round in the peaceful setting at our 9-hole course at Fort Steilacoom or wanting to tackle championship courses like Lake Spanaway, site of the Puget Sound Amateur since 1967 or Chambers Bay, site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur and 2015 U.S. Open Championships, Pierce County has something for every skill and challenge level.

Chambers Bay Golf Course 6320 Grandview Drive West University Place, WA 98467 (253) 460-4653 www.chambersbaygolf.com General Manager: Director of Golf: Golf Professional:

Matt Allen Nicholas Pike Brent Zepp

Discover pure links golf while immersing yourself in panoramic views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. As the site of the 2010 U.S. Amateur and the 2015 U.S. Open, Chambers Bay was designed to challenge the greatest players in the world. Yet it’s a course that anyone can play.

Chambers Bay is a championship course that anyone can play. With towering sand dunes, massive fairways and contoured greens, it provides a true connection to the birthplace of the game. A par 72, walking-only course, Chambers Bay stretches from 5,100 to 7,585 yards on fescue turf from tee to green.

Inspired by the open landscape and spectacular location, renowned architect Robert Trent Jones II remained true to links tradition by creating a unique and authentic waterfront course which provides a premium public golf experience. As the first course in the Pacific Northwest to earn the Audubon Society’s coveted International Silver Signature Sanctuary designation, Chambers Bay is creating a new tradition of managing and protecting water quality and wildlife habitat for the betterment of the environment and the future of the game.

Experienced, knowledgeable caddies are available to carry your bag and lower your score with their advice. A practice facility offers players the chance to improve their skills at the driving range and short game area. A staff of PGA Professionals is available for instruction and private lessons. For green fees, call the Golf Shop at (253)460-4653 or visit www. chambersbaygolf.com. Tee times are taken 90 days in advance .

Chambers Bay Golf Club:

Driving Range:

Played by champions, designed for players of all abilities. Membership is limited. Call for pricing.

Open year round approx. one hour after sunrise until one hour before sunset, featuring all grass tees and short game area. $25 for daily pass.

Golf Lessons: Whether looking for focused one-on-one instruction, or be more comfortable in an informal group setting, there is something for everyone to take your enjoyment of the game to new heights while bringing your scores to their lowest. For more information, call PGA Instructors Brent Zepp or Ryan Young.

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Caddie Fees: The use of a caddie is not required, but recommended for maximum enjoyment of the Chambers Bay experience. Suggested caddie fees for caddies participating in the Chambers Bay caddie program are $80-100 per bag carried and $120 for a forecaddie. Bag fees and gratuities are paid directly to the caddie. The amount of any gratuity is determined at the sole discretion of the guest.

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Golf Lake Spanaway Golf Course 15602 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98444 (253) 531-3660 • www.LakeSpanawayGC.com General Manager: Golf Professional: Golf Professional:

Mike Fosnick, PGA Bob Emmerson Shane Prante

Lake Spanaway Golf Course offers lesson programs, specials on green fees, range, golf cars, food and beverages. The range is fully covered offering a place to practice rain or shine. The full service restaurant and bar is open from 6:00 a.m. to dusk daily and offers wonderful fare for reasonable prices. The golf shop is fully stocked and offers competitive prices on all the top quality merchandise we carry. Green Fees: Tee times are taken 7 days in advance. Tee times can be made online 10 days in advance. Daily Fees 9 holes/18 holes Regular (Mon-Fri) $25/$35 Weekend (Sat-Sun/Holiday) $26/$39.75 Senior/Military (Mon–Fri) $17/$27 Junior (17 and younger) $9/$15

Winter Rate $17/$25 $19/$30 $14/$19 $8/$13

Twilight Fees: Apply at variable times depending on time of year. Play Cards: All golfers can purchase play cards for 25 prepaid rounds of golf. Play cards are valid Monday-Friday and during twilight hours on weekends and holidays. Cards are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Please visit www.LakeSpanawayGC.com Driving Range: Open year round. The range is covered for year round practice in all kinds of weather. Buckets: Small (40 balls)..........$ 6 Medium (80 balls)......... $ 8 Large (120 balls)......$ 10 Golf Cars/Trails Fees—Pull Carts/Rental Clubs: Golf car rentals are available daily for both 9 and 18 holes. During the winter season golf cars are usually restricted to car paths only. There is a $5.00 trails fee if you wish to use your own golf car. Ten round trails fee punch cards are available. 9 hole golf car............ $9/rider 18 hole golf car........ $18/rider

3-Wheel Push cart........... $ 5 Rental clubs...............$15/set

Fort Steilacoom Golf Course 8202 - 87th Street SW, Lakewood, WA 98498

General Manager: Mike Fosnick, PGA

(253) 588-0613 • www.LakeSpanawayGC.com

Golf Professional: Matt Montecucco, PGA

Join us for the extended golf season at one of the Pacific Northwest’s driest golf courses. This course is a quick and peaceful 9 hole golf course that features dual tees for an 18 hole round. Fort Steilacoom offers a snack bar with cold sandwiches, hot dogs, drinks and coffee. Premier Golf provides management services to Pierce County. Green Fees: Tee times are taken 5 days in advance.

Daily Fees Regular (Mon–Sun) Senior/Military (Mon–Fri) Junior (Mon–Fri)

9 holes / 18 holes $17 / $22 $12 / $17 $9 / $13

Ladies Day: Winter Rate $11/$16.50 $9 / $13 $7.75/ $10

Twilight Fees: Apply at variable times during the year. Regular $15 Senior/Military (Mon–Fri) $11 Junior $8

$13.35 - winter rate $9 - winter rate $9 - witner rate

Play Cards: All golfers can purchase play cards for 25 prepaid rounds of golf. Play cards are valid Monday–Friday, and during twilight hours on weekends and holidays. Cards are non-transferable and nonrefundable.

Every Wednesday is Ladies Day. Special discounts all day for PGC card holders every Wednesday. PGC Membership is free, sign up in the Golf Shop. Golf Cars/Trails Fees - Pull Carts/Rental Club: Golf cars rent on a daily basis for both 9 and 18 holes. In the winter season golf cars are usually restricted to rough areas only. 9 hole golf car ...... $14 double/$7 single Pull Carts .........$ 3 18 hole golf car .... $20 double/$10 single Rental Clubs ....$10 There is a $5.00 trails fee if you wish to use your own golf car. Ten round trails fee punch cards are available.

Please visit www.lakespanawaygc.com and click on the Fort Steilacoom tab for more details.

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Special Interest Cooperative Play Individuals of all ages and ability levels can enjoy cooperative play games and activities. The games and activities focus on cooperation rather than competition and they can be played almost anywhere with little or no equipment. In cooperative games, no one is eliminated. With the right games, your group play almost always result in total involvement, feelings of acceptance and lots of smiling faces. • • • •

Cooperative Play In-service for Education Professionals Cooperative Play In-service for Business Professionals Family Play Nights Playshops

Monies generated from Playshops, Family Play Nights, and In-services help to support the Cooperative Play events around the county.

To book a Cooperative Play event or more information, contact Jen Spane at (253)798-4753.

Pierce County Parks and Recreation would like to thank the following sponsors for their contribution towards making our events a success! We could not have done it without your support, thank you!

Broadway Center for Perfoming Arts Daffodil Bowl, Experience Music Project Famous Dave’s, Hands on Children’s Museum Jersey Mikes, Lake Spanaway Golf Course LeMay Car Museum OneMain, Museum of Glass Pierce County Chamber of Commerce Pierce Transit, Starbucks Tacoma Rainiers, USGA • Brandano Displays • Clover Park Technical College • Doyle Printing Company • INFORM Puget Sound • Kellie Ham Type Graphics • Mountain Mist • Museum of Glass • Pierce County Executive • Pierce County Council

• Pierce County Sheriff • Pierce County Emergency Management Radio Communications Division • Rogers High School Manufacturing Program • Sounds Fun Mom • Timberwolf Tree Service Tacoma Pierce County Chamber of Commmerce

Sponsor a Pierce County Parks and Recreation event and give back to your community by donating resources, in-kind services, or volunteering. Annual community events have a dedicated following and attract large crowds. Sponsorship benefits vary, contact us today (253)798-4177.

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Facility Rentals Lakewood Community Center 9112 Lakewood Drive SW, Lakewood, 98499 253-798-4176 • 253-582-7461 (fax) This popular center includes a multi-purpose room with a small attached kitchen, a conference room, and gymnasium. The site can host a variety of events such as weddings, receptions, staff retreats, company meetings, classes, lectures, and more. All fees subject to change.

Conference Room The Conference Room measures 864 square feet. This room is ideal for business or small group meetings and has wifi. The room accommodates approximately 25 to 50 people.

Fee: • $36/hour without food/drink • $57/hour with food/drink

College-sized Gymnasium

Multi-Purpose Room The room measures 35 feet by 40 feet, total of 1,505 square feet. With wooden floors, a kitchenette, and wifi capabilities, this room is ideal for meetings, receptions, workshops, etc. The room accommodates approximately 95 people seated around tables.

The gymnasium features a regulation size basketball court with bleacher seating. Equipment is available for basketball, volleyball, badminton indoor youth soccer, and Tiny Tots equipment.

Fee: • $32/hour for half the gymnasium • $48/hour full gymnasium

Fee: • $57/hour without food/drink • $77/hour with food/drink

Other Information & Fees:

Tables & Chairs: Rental fee includes use of six or eight foot rectangle and five foot round tables plus chairs. Damage Deposits: A $100-$200 depending on usage with food and alcohol. Reschedule/Change Fee: $25 administration fee will be charged for changing a reservation/rental.

Lakewood Community Center Party Package Book the Lakewood Community Center’s gymnasium and party room for your special day! A variety of sports activites and open play options are available including basketball, indoor soccer, dodgeball, volleyball, badminton, pickleball, and whiffleball. If you have little ones our Tiny Tots gym equipment creates an indoor playground of birthday fun for children ages 5 and under. Party Packages start at $80 and include: • one hour in half of the gym • one hour in a party room • one of these great game bags: Piffleball, picnic pack, parachute or kickball • use of the Tiny Tots gym equipment Damage Deposit: $100-$200 due at time of the reservation.

Reserve the Lakewood Community Center today! 253-798-4091

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Facility Rentals Sprinker Recreation Center 14824 “C” Street South, Tacoma, 98444 253-798-4003 • 253-798-4024 (fax)

Alder Room:

Rainier Room: This newly remodeled space, located on the second floor, provides a northern view of the complex plus views of the indoor tennis and skating rink. The adjourning mezzanine features public art installations for public viewing. Wifi available in all meeting rooms. This is our largest meeting space and includes a separate kitchen area. Capacity: 200 seated, includes ice machine refrigerator and sink/heating cabinet available upon request. Rental Fee: • $75/hour - Weekdays, 6 am-5 pm • $95/hour - Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $115/hour with food - Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $1,200 - Weekend flat fee 6 am-11 pm

This room is great for smaller meetings or seminars and family gatherings with less than 100 people. This room offers direct access to the parking lot and adjacent restroom facilities. It has a kitchen area and south facing windows. Capacity: 100 seated, includes refrigerator and sink, heating cabinet available upon request. Rental Fee: • $45/hour - Weekdays, 6 am-5 pm • $65/hour -Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $85/hour with food -Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $900 - Weekend flat fee 6 am-11 pm

Cedar Room:

Parkland Spanaway Sheriff Precinct

This room is great for small gatherings, conferences or meetings where decorations are not a priority. This room does not have kitchen access but is conveniently located next to the parking lot and restroom facilities. Capacity: 100 seated, no kitchen.

495 Shandon Wright Way South Parkland, WA 98444

Rental Fee:

Rental Fee:

• $45/hour - Weekdays, 6 am-5 pm • $55/hour - Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $75/hour with food- Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $800 - Weekend flat fee 6 am-11 pm

Moran Room: This room is great for smaller meetings or seminars with less than 75 people. The room is equipped with a sink and a counter. • $45/hour - Weekdays, 6 am-5 pm • $65/hour -Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $85/hour with food -Weekdays after 5 pm & Weekends • $900 - Weekend flat fee 6 am-11 pm

Damage Deposits: $150 - $350 depending on usage and events that include food and/or alcohol; events that will include the dispensing of alcoholic beverages must state this at the time of the reservation. Athletic Fields or Special Events: Eight ball fields are available for rental as well as additional outdoor spaces. The complex can host a variety of special events including car shows, concerts, sporting events, and much, much, more!

Contact us at 253-798-4000 for your Sprinker reservation, league or special event needs.

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Facility Rentals Meridian Habitat Park & Center

Frontier Park

14422 Meridian E, South Hill Puyallup, 98375 253-841-8515 • 253-841-8532 (fax)

21718 Meridian Ave. E., Graham, 98338 253-841-8515 • 253-841-8532 (fax)

Located in the heart of South Hill Puyallup, this 36+ acre park is a unique and quiet setting for your event. Meridian Habitat Park and Center includes a large auditorium, meeting spaces, kitchen, and outdoor grounds that can host a variety of events:

This 60-acre majestic complex is home to many uses including the Pierce County Fair, Highland Games, equestrian shows, scouting events, car shows, quarter midget track racing competitions, and casual recreation.

• weddings and receptions • retreats • classes and lectures • theatrical presentations and concerts The spacious outdoor grounds have a lovely pond setting and walking area available for drop in picnics or reserved for larger outdoor gatherings.

Frontier Lodge: Frontier Lodge is very popular for classes, weddings, receptions, and company parties. You can utilize one or two rooms for all your activities. • The main room (Side A) can host 140 around tables, and features a large stone hearth with gas fireplace. Rental fee with kitchen “A” is $129/hour. Meeting fee is $77/hour, no food. • The smaller room (Side B) hosts 72 around tables, great for small meetings or receptions.

The auditorium: This spacious area is a wonderful setting for special events, shows, weddings, reception or retreat. 300-person seating capacity, 200 seated around tables. Banquet fee with kitchen is $155/hour. Basic rental fee is $93/hour without food and without the use of the kitchen.

Rental fee with kitchen “B” is $77/hour. Meeting fee is $52/hour, no food or kitchen. Damage Deposits: $100-$350 depending on usage with food and alcohol. Round and rectangle tables plus chairs are available for use.

The kitchen:

Covered Picnic Shelters:

This large kitchen has both conventional and microwave ovens, warming cabinet, refrigerator, sink, and plenty of counter space. Ideal for large gatherings and buffet style service. Rental fee is $30/hour.

Shelter #2 has a commercial food service kitchen, electricity, and 12 picnic tables. Rental fee is $230/day with kitchen or $115/day without kitchen. Kitchen deposit is $200. Shelters #1 & #3 have 10 tables and share a common grass area. Shelter #1 is close to the playground. Shelter #3 is on the opposite side. Each rent for $85/day.

Agricultural Facilities:

Several breakout rooms: Available for small meetings and classes. No food allowed. Rental fee is $21-$36/hour. Damage Deposits: $100-$350 depending on usage with food and alcohol. Rental fee includes use of 6 foot rectangle and 5 foot round tables plus chairs.

Display buildings, arenas, and animal buildings for small animal shows and vet clinics. Fee ranges from $10/hour to $50/day, plus deposit.

Equestrian Facilities: Two horse barns (88 stalls), warm up arena, and a main show arena (200 ft. x 150 ft.). Arena fee is $200/day + $200 deposit; stall fee is $10/day collected by group. Barn deposit is $300.

For more information or to schedule a visit at Meridian Habitat Park or Frontier Park, please contact 253-841-8515 or 253-798-4049.

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Facility Rentals Chambers Creek Regional Park 9850 64th Street West University Place, WA 98467 253-798-4141 event rental line 253-798-4695 fax Pierce County Parks and Recreation is the steward of the Chambers Creek properties now known as Chambers Creek Regional Park. This 930-acre site includes over two miles of saltwater shoreline, two-and-a-half miles of urban creek and canyon, and breathtaking mountain and Puget Sound views. Come visit us and walk on the series of public trails throughout the park. Trails range from Âź mile to 2 miles in length and vary in difficulty. Access the beach using the bridge located at Central Meadow. Play a round of golf at Chambers Bay Golf Course or dine in the restaurant. Fly your kite or throw a Frisbee in the Central or North Meadow. Bring your dog to play in the temporary off leash dog area located in the Central Meadow or take them to the permanent off leash area located on the beach just south of the pedestrian overpass.

Community Events Sports Programs

Central Meadow Central Meadow at Pierce County's Chambers Creek Regional Park features an 11-acre manicured lawn with panoramic views that include Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains, and Chambers Bay Golf Course. It is an ideal location for planned outdoor events such as family reunions, weddings, and parties as well as a staging area for walks and runs on the trail system at the Chambers Creek Regional Park. Damage deposits and fees vary based on type and time of usage.

Playfields The park has two multi-purpose playfields available for hourly rental. The playfields are available from dawn to dusk. Alcohol is not permitted. Reservations are required for regularly scheduled activity on the playfields. This includes non-league sporting events and private coaching sessions. Soccer goals are provided for reserved field time only. Rental rates are $25 per hour.

For availability, please contact Andrea or Victoria at 253-798-4141 or pceventrental@co.pierce.wa.us.

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Facility Rentals Environmental Services Building Located at Pierce County's Chambers Creek Regional Park, the Environmental Services Building is a unique setting for your wedding, reception, party, or retreat. The facility includes large meeting spaces, an outdoor courtyard, catering kitchen, and lobby area. The outdoor courtyard features a covered patio and a lawn with spectacular views of Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains. • East Room: Accommodates up to 88 people in theatre/banquet style seating. Best room for A/V presentations. Has counter access to Catering Kitchen. Free wireless high-speed internet access is available.

Gorgeous Views Spacious Setting

• West Room: Accommodates up to 75 people in theatre/banquet style seating. Window viewing of outdoor courtyard/lawn area. Sliding glass door opens onto Courtyard. Free wireless high-speed internet access is available. • Public Meeting Room (East/West Combined): Accommodates up to 163 people in theater/banquet style seating. Free wireless high-speed internet access is available. If public meeting room is combined with the outdoor courtyard area, capacity increases to 190 people. • Courtyard: 2,000 sq ft outdoor area with 1,600 sq ft covered. • Event Lawn: 6,250 sq ft open lawn area with amazing views of Puget Sound. • Catering Kitchen: Spacious kitchen complete with commercial style refrigerator, dishwasher, coffee brewing equipment and warming oven. Stove and microwave access available. Kitchen comes complete with dish service for 170 which includes: dinner, salad and dessert plates, silverware, coffee mugs, plastic cups and water pitchers. • Training Room: Classroom style seating can accommodate up to 24 people. Cork and white board wall as well as A/V setup. Damage deposits and fees vary based on type and time of usage. Additional amenities available for rent are A/V equipment and coffee service.

For availabiliy or to schedule a visit, please contact Andrea or Victoria 253-798-4141 or pceventrental@co.pierce.wa.us.

BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGE Book the Environmental Services Building in University Place for your Wii birthday extravaganza! You bring the kids and the cake, we bring the fun! $110 Party Package includes:

Bridal Expo January 7-8 Tacoma Dome

Come visit our booth at the Tacoma Wedding Expo.

• 2 hours of Wii time on the BIG screen. Wii games include: (Guitar Hero, Just Dance, Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort.)

• Seating for up to 30 people • Two – 2 liters of soda • 3 large pizzas - Cheese, Pepperoni or Sausage.

(Extra pizzas available for additional charge.)

253-798-4141 to book your ESB Birthday Party!

www.piercecountywa.org/parks

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Registration Form

4 Facilities to Register:

Registration Information:

Parks Admin - Lakewood Community Center

• Pre-registration is required for all classes to ensure class minimums are met, unless otherwise stated. All classes/activities have a minimum and maximum enrollment.

Open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

9112 Lakewood Dr. SW, Lakewood, 98499 253-798-4176 253-582-7461 (fax)

Sprinker Recreation Center

• All fees are due at the time of registration.

14824 “C” Street S., Tacoma, 98444 253-798-4000 253-798-4024 (fax)

• Please call the center you will be attending the day before your class starts to make sure the class has not been canceled.

Open daily, hours vary.

Meridian Habitat Park & Community Center

Four Ways to Register:

14422 Meridian E, South Hill Puyallup, 98375 253-841-8515 253-841-8532 (fax)

• OnLine - 24 hour convenience. Visa/MC payments accepted.

Open Monday-Friday, hours vary.

• Phone In - With Visa/MC only. Please have information ready.

Chambers Creek Regional Park

• Mail In - Send payment and registration form to appropriate facility.

9850 - 64th Street West, University Place, 98467 253-798-4141 253-798-4695 (fax)

• Walk In - Watch notifications for special programs.

Open Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Adult’s First Name___________________________________________________Adult’s Last Name____________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________City_____________________________________Zip_____________ Home Phone (______) ________________________Cell (______ )_____________________ Email _____________________________________ Participant’s Name

Birth Date

Youth Sport Registration (circle sport): Basketball Years of Experience_________ Circle T-Shirt Size (50/50) Youth:

Age Sex

S

M

Activity

L or Adult:

S

M

Fee $

L

I wish to play on the same team as:___________________________________________________________________________

TOTAL For and in consideration of permission to participate in the recreation activity, I the undersigned participant (if over age 18) or parent or guardian (if participant is under 18) completely release and agree to indemnify and hold Pierce County and its employees, its hired or contracted instructors and any other person, volunteers or organizations affiliated with Pierce County in connection with this recreation activity harmless from and against any and all liability for any injury or damage from negligence or otherwise which may be suffered by the participant arising out of or in any way connected with this recreation activity. I realize that recreation activities have an inherent risk of physical injury. If the participant has any physical ailments or conditions which might affect his/her health by participating in the activity, I have consulted a physician or other medical authority and received permission to participate. I understand that photographs/videos taken of Parks and Recreation Programs may be used by the Department of Parks and Recreation for promoting our programs, classes, events, in print, tv, or on the website.

X

Participant or Parent/Guardian Signature Date

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Our Services Pierce County Parks & Recreation Services Pierce County Parks & Recreation Services Administration office is open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Lakewood Community Center 9112 Lakewood Drive SW Lakewood, WA 98499 (253)798-4176

Staff Serving You:

Pierce County Parks and Recreation Services also offers a variety of special events, programs and activities for all ages and ability levels.

How to Contact Us: (253) 798-4176...... General Information (253) 798-4176...... Administration (253) 798-4703...... Adult Sports Leagues

Director Tony Tipton

(253) 798-4178...... League Rainout/Report Scores

Superintendent of Parks & Operations Kent Baskett

(253) 798-4148...... Special Populations Programs

Superintendent of Recreation Scott Hall, CTRS Superintendent of Resource Stewardship Kimberly Freeman Superintendent of Administrative Services Janel Krilich Sprinker General Manager Kyle Wintermute Parks Zone Managers John Howard, Mitch Nelson

Recreation Division Recreation Supervisors Becca Boyle Andrea Clay, CPRP Meredith Smith, CYSA Jennifer Spane Recreation Coordinators Chad Harvell, CYSA Mark Richards Jennifer Sergent Ice Skating Supervisor Kathy Wainhouse I.S.I. Skating Program Coordinator Janice Teodoro-Forbes Ice Hockey Coordinator Jared Bucci

www.piercecountywa.org/parks for complete staff listing.

Pierce County Parks and Recreation Services provides public parks and recreation services to the residents of unincorporated Pierce County. The department maintains over 4,200 acres at 50 park sites, including three recreation centers, a sports complex, ice rink, skateboard park, two boat launch sites, three golf courses, trail corridors, two disc golf courses, and a large number of passive open space sites through Pierce County’s Conservation Futures system.

(253) 798-4091...... Youth Sports (253) 798-4148...... Volunteer Opportunities (253) 798-4085...... Public Records Request (253) 798-4177...... Lakewood Community Center (253) 798-4000...... Sprinker Recreation Center (253) 798-4040...... Sprinker Ice Arena Schedule (253) 798-4141...... Chambers Creek Regional Park (253) 798-4049...... Meridian Habitat Park (253) 798-4049...... Frontier Park Reservations

Photo Policy Pierce County Parks and Recreation staff may videotape or take photos of participants in programs and special events, or people in or on park properties. Those photos may be used for promoting our programs, classes, events, in print, for TV, or on the website.

Medical Insurance All participants in the Pierce County Parks and Recreation Department’s recreation division programs should have their own medical insurance to cover any injuries sustained while participating in any activity sponsored by the division. Pierce County will not be financially responsible for any medical expenses.

(253) 531-3660...... Lake Spanaway Golf Course (253) 588-0613...... Fort Steilacoom Golf Course (253) 460-GOLF...... Chambers Bay Golf Course

www.piercecountywa.org/parks

Accomodations If you have a need for a reasonable accomodation, please call (253)798-4177.

Fair Play in Community Sports Policy Pierce County specifically prohibits discrimination against any person on the basis of gender in the operation, conduct or administration of its community athletics programs for youth and adults.

General Refund Policy

Bad Weather

A request for a full refund will be granted only if your request is presented before the first class begins. After classes have started your refund request will be issued on a pro-rated basis, however no refunds will be issued after the start of the 3rd class. Refund requests must be presented 24 hours prior to one day seminars/workshops.

In the event of severe weather conditions, such as snowstorms, it is the participant’s responsibility to contact the center regarding the status of classes, meetings, or activities. Pierce County Parks and Recreation staff are often unable to contact everyone individually regarding these unfortunate but unforeseen circumstances.

We regret that refunds cannot be made for programs, classes, clinics or trips consisting of 4 or less sessions unless approved by the Department. Please call for specific program refund policies. www.piercecountywa.org/parks

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Pierce County Parks and Recreation 9112 Lakewood Drive SW Lakewood, WA 98499

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