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Parks & Recreation Phone Numbers P.O. Box 95104 Grapevine, Texas 76099 Community Activities Center (CAC) 1175 Municipal Way Trent Kelley, CAC/SAC Supervisor Cameron Powell, Recreation Coordinator David Mote, Recreation Coordinator Jeff Smith, Fitness Coordinator Michelle Caro, Event Coordinator Phone........................................817.410.3450 Fax............................................817.410.3498

City Council Mayor William D. Tate Mayor Pro Tem C. Shane Wilbanks Sharron Spencer Darlene Freed Roy Stewart Mike Lease Chris Coy

City Staff Bruno Rumbelow – City Manager Jennifer Hibbs – Assistant City Manager

Parks & Recreation Advisory Board


Roy Robertson, Chair David Buhr John Dalri Ray Harris Terry Musar Larry Francis Debra Tridico Elizabeth Kaufman Gary Humble C. Shane Wilbanks, Mayor Pro Tem Becky St. John, GCISD 817.410.3450

Lake Parks The Vineyards Campground & Cabins Phone ......................................817.329.8993

Meadowmere Park Phone ......................................817.488.5272

Rockledge Park Phone ......................................817.454.1058

Parks & Recreation Administration

CAC Holiday Hours

200 S. Main St. Doug Evans, Director Joe Moore, Assistant Director Parks & Recreation Mona Burk, Marketing/Media Relations Manager Mary Jo Tellin, Manager of Volunteer Services Fatima Arnett, Administrative Coordinator Phone.......................................817.410.3122 Fax...........................................817.410.3005

Labor Day, Sept. 2 .......................9 AM-7 PM Thanksgiving, Nov. 28............................Closed Christmas, Dec. 24 & 25........................Closed New Year’s Day, Jan. 1............................Closed

Park Services

Convention Center..................817.410.3459

501 Shadybrook Dr. Kevin Mitchell, Assistant Director Parks Tony Steele, Parks Manager Rusty Walker, Athletics-Foreman Dave Parsons, Lake Parks-Foreman Lisa Adams-Grove-Horticulturist Mike Hooker, Contract-Foreman Phone.......................................817.410.3347 Fax...........................................817.410.3051

Convention & Visitors Bureau.......................817.410.3185

Recreation Services


1175 Municipal Way Chris Smith, Recreation Superintendent Scott Hardeman, Athletics Supervisor Randy Sell, Recreation/Aquatics Supervisor Jennifer Fry, Recreation Coordinator Peter Doyle, Recreation Coordinator Jaycob Kirkpatrick, Athletics Coordinator Shelia Rich, Secretary Phone.......................................817.410.3470 Fax...........................................817.410.3095

Municipal Golf Course............817.410.3377

Senior Activities Center (SAC) 421 Church St. Trent Kelley, CAC/SAC Supervisor Eileen Hinson, Assistant Supervisor David Stuckey, Lead Recreation Specialist Phone.......................................817.410.3465 Fax...........................................817.410.8147

Helpful Numbers Chamber of Commerce...........817.481.1522

GCISD Administration............817.488.9588 GCISD Swim Center...............817.251.5353 Grapevine Vintage Railroad..817.625.7245 Household Hazardous Waste..817.410.3363 Keep Grapevine Beautiful.....817.410.3490

Senior Activities Center.........817.410.3465 Utilities....................................817.410.3172 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers....817.865.2600 Visitor Information Center....817.410.8136 Water/Sewer (after 5 PM)....817.410.8127

Mission Statement To enhance the quality of life of the citizens of Grapevine, through the stewardship of our natural resources and the responsive provision of quality leisure opportunities. On the Cover: Legends Martial Arts

Grapevine Parks & Recreation


Have the CAC host your child’s next Birthday party! Parties include cake, beverages,party hosts, party room for one (1) hour, and one (1) hour gym rental, decorations and party favors. Party cancelations must be made 14 days in advance. All other food items must be provided by parents and approved by the assigned party coordinator. Room Rental ($100) Two (2) hour room rental Set-up/Take down Gym Rental ($100) 0ne (1) hour gym rental

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Non-Themed Package ($200) 0ne (1) hour room rental 0ne (1) hour gym rental Set-up/Take down Cake/Punch Decorations/Party favors Activities run by party hosts 10 participants max/$5 each additional child Themed Package ($250) 0ne (1) hour room rental 0ne (1) hour gym rental Set-up/Take down Cake/Punch Themed decorations/Party favors Activities run by party hosts 10 participants max/$5 each additional child Party days: Fri., Sat. and Sun. Additional days and times available upon request. Party themes: Any themes that can be found in stores.

Ask about our facility rental for: Sweet 16 Celebrations Family Reunions Rehearsal Dinner Baby Shower Athletic Events For additional information, please contact Michelle Caro at or at 817.410.3455.


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Table of Contents September 2013–January 2014 Classes 4-28

Pre-School (6 yrs. and under)


Dance (6 yrs. and under)


Health and Fitness (3 yrs. and above)


Fine Arts (all ages)


Special Interest (6 yrs. and above)


Outdoor Recreation (all ages)




Youth Sports (4 yrs. and above)


Adult Sports (16 yrs. and above)


Botanical Gardens (all ages)


Special Events


Rental Facilities Senior Adults (55 yrs. and above)

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Community Activities Center




Class Registration Form


E-Z Registration






Trails Map


Equal Opportunity & Access The Parks & Recreation Department welcomes the community to participate in and enjoy programs and facilities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability. Playbook Fall/Winter 2013-2014


Tumbling for Tots This class will teach the fundamentals of gymnastics on a floor mat while developing flexibility and strength. Children will also learn coordination skills on a balance beam and parachute exercises. Classes will build self-confidence, create group interaction skills while supporting your child’s self-esteem and positive image. Ages: 3-6 yrs. Day/Time/Code: Tue., 10:45-11:30 AM, 708403 Wed., 10:45-11:30 AM, 708414 Sessions/Fees: 07, 02 (6 wks.), $60 01 (5 wks.), $50 Instructor: Jo-Ann Ingram Additional Info: Wear comfortable play clothes; girls may wear dance attire.

Preschool Abrakadoodle-NEW This fun and educational class will explore elements of creating art through drawing, painting, sculpting and more. Each class will offer an awesome project inspired by an amazing artist. Students will learn about art FUNdamentals such as: line, color, shape, texture and balance. Ten dollar supply fee (payable to the instructor) is due on the first day of class). Ages: 3-6 yrs. Day/Time: Wed., 11-11:45 AM Sessions/Date: 07, Sept 18-Oct. 9 01, Oct. 23-Nov. 13 02, Jan. 8-29 Code: 708592 Fee: $49 for 4 weeks Instructor: Abrakadoodle



Parent & Me Abrakadoodle-NEW

This fun and educational class will explore elements of creating art and each class will offer an awesome project inspired by an amazing artist. Elements of movement and song will be used to inspire your little one! This class requires parent participation. Ten dollar supply fee (payable to Abrakadoodle) is due on the first day of class. Ages: 3-6 yrs. Day/Time: Wed., 10:15-10:45 AM Sessions/Date: 07, Sept 18-Oct. 9 01, Oct. 23-Nov. 13 02, Jan. 8-29 Code: 708591 Fee: $49 for 4 weeks Instructor: Abrakadoodle

Pre-School Gymnastics

This class is designed to promote physical activity and motor skills development. Basic gymnastics skills such as rolls, bridges, handstands and cartwheels will be introduced. Students will also be exposed to gymnastic equipment such as the balance beam and rings. Ages: 3-5 yrs. Day/Time/Code: Tue., 4:30-5:10 PM, 708205 Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $45 Instructor: Gypsy Mishoe

Pee Wee Basketball

A fun, introductory program into the wonderful sport of basketball for 4-6 year olds. Participants will learn fundamental basketball skills such as shooting, passing and dribbling, as well as teamwork. Classes will lead up to a mock game on the last day with an awards ceremony. Ages: 4-6 yrs. Day/Time: Mon., 4-4:45 PM Session/Fee: (01), $40 Code: 708218 Instructor: Cameron Powell

Soccer Skills Academy

Players will have fun while being introduced to the exciting sport of soccer. Through constant training with the soccer ball, young players will sharpen their skill level. Players will learn to use proper dribbling, passing and shooting techniques. The last 15 minutes of each class will include a scrimmage. Ages/Time/Code: 3 yrs., 3-3:45 PM, 708419 4 -5 yrs., 4-4:45 PM, 708400 Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02, $60 Day: Thurs. Location: Field behind the CAC Instructor: Soccer Sparks Academy

Community Activities Center’s Preschool Play Time

Looking for a place for your next play date? Every Friday morning the Community Activities Center gym will be open for kids and their parents to play. The gym will be filled with all kinds of things to keep kids busy while having fun: bounce house, parachute, balls, toys, bikes, gymnastic mats and more! The perfect spot for the next rainy day or your next playgroup! Day/Time: Fri., 10 AM-12 PM Fee: $1/child over 6 months (parents free)

Preschool Playtime PLUS

Once a month we are going to take preschool playtime up a notch by adding crafts, snacks and maybe even having a special visitor. You don’t want to miss these fun days for you and your child. No registration required, just pay at the door. Times: 10 AM-1 PM Fee: $1/child (includes snacks, crafts and playtime) Day/Date: Fri., Oct. 18: Fall Fun Fri., Nov. 15: Thanksgiving Treats Fri., Dec. 20: Holiday Madness Fri., Jan. 17: Winter Fest

RARE Learning Inc. – Early Learners’ Day Out Academic Pre-School Program

Classes will cover phonics, reading, spelling, writing, counting, early arithmetic, basic science concepts, and group activities to develop fine motor skills. By maintaining a favorable instructor to child ratio of 1:6, these programs ensure nurturing of a child’s academic confidence at an early age. Class Tue./Thur. Tues./Thur. 9 AM-12 PM Tues./Thur. 9-11 AM or 10 AM-12 PM


RARE Learning offers an academic Pre-K program for 3-5 year olds that utilizes an innovative curriculum in reading, math and science, to engage and enrich young minds and get them well-prepared for kindergarten. The classes combine one-on-one instruction with computers, multimedia and educational games to help young children build a foundation that will last throughout their academic career.

$189/month 708316 $139/month 708311

Session Class 1 – Tue./Thur. Sept. (09) Sept. 3-26 Oct. (10) Oct. 1-24 Nov. (11) Oct. 29-Nov. 21 (no class Nov. 25-29) Dec. (12) Dec. 3-19 (no class Dec. 23-Jan. 3) Jan. (01) Jan. 7-30 Feb. (02) Feb. 4-Feb. 27 Class Friday Preschool Fri. 9 AM-12 PM Fri. 9-11 AM or 10 AM-12 PM

$92/month 708211 $69/month 708211

Session: Sept. (09) Sept. 6-27 Oct. (10) Oct. 4-25 Nov. (11) Nov. 1-22 (no class Nov. 25-29) Dec. (12) Dec. 6-20 (no class Dec. 23-Jan3) Jan. (01) Jan. 10-31 Feb. (02) Feb. 7-28 Additional Info: $5 supply fee per month payable to the instructor, due first day of each session. Please bring a snack. Those students who are almost 3 yrs. of age may attend. For more information, please call 972.567.1771.


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Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Mon., 10-10:40 AM

Jo-Ann Ingram

Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Mon., 10:45-11:25 AM

Jo-Ann Ingram

Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Tue., 10-10:40 AM

Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.


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FEE 01 (5 wks.)







Jo-Ann Ingram




Tue., 5:30-6:10 PM

Chelsea Turri




6-12 yrs.

Tue., 6:15-6:55 PM

Chelsea Turri




*Jazz/Hip Hop

13-17 yrs.

Tue., 7-7:50 PM

Chelsea Turri




Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Wed., 10-10:40 AM

Chelsea Turri




Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Wed., 11:35 AM-12:15 PM

Chelsea Turri





5-7 yrs.

Thur., 4-4:40 PM

Jo-Ann Ingram





6-12 yrs.

Thur., 4:45-5.25 PM

Jo-Ann Ingram




Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Thur., 5:30-6:10 PM

Jo-Ann Ingram




Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Thur., 6:15-6:55 PM

Jo-Ann Ingram





6-12 yrs.

Thur., 7-7:40 PM

Jo-Ann Ingram




Ballet/Tap for Pre-School

3-5 yrs.

Sat., 10-10:40 AM

Tatyana Peffers





6-12 yrs.

Sat., 10:45-11:25 AM

Tatyana Peffers




*Jazz/Hip Hop

6-12 yrs.

Sat., 11:30 AM-12:15 PM

Tatyana Peffers




Ms. Jo-Ann’s classes are progressive, with a formal holiday recital at the conclusion of Session 01. Additional information: Siblings receive $5 discount. Ballet shoes, leotards and tights required for all dance classes. Tap shoes required for tap classes.



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Personal Training Experience a new exercise program that will take your fitness to the next level! Contact the Grapevine Community Activities Center’s staff of certified professional personal fitness trainers. Select a personal training package and save! 1/2 Hour Sessions $35 1/2 Hour Semi-Private Sessions $50 (price based on two people)

Personal Training Packages HEALTH AND FITNESS

Five, 30-minute sessions for $170 (save $5) Ten, 30-minute sessions for $330 (save $20) Fifteen, 30-minute sessions for $465 (save $60) Twenty, 30-minute sessions for $600 (save $100) Five semi-private sessions for $245 (save $5) Ten semi-private sessions for $480 (save $20) Fifteen semi-private sessions for $675 (save $75) Twenty semi-private sessions for $860 (save $140) To schedule your appointment with a personal trainer, please contact Fitness Coordinator, Jeff Smith at • 817.410.3456

Larry Coleman, Ci-MFS

Melissa Smith, BS, ACE

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Coleman Complete Fitness Coleman Cross Training

This class targets your total body and is an excellent program for those who want to begin a workout routine or for those that want to be challenged. Larry will use his experience as a Master Fitness Specialist to take you through the latest exercises in the world of fitness, keeping your workouts fresh and your body feeling exhilerated. Ages: 13 yrs. & up Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 , $90 Days/Time: Mon., Wed., Fri., 9-9:45 AM Code: 706222 Instructor: Larry Coleman, Ci-MF

Camp Coleman

Weekend Warrior-New

Join us for a fitness boot camp unlike any you’ve experienced. Camp Coleman combines circuit training with cardio, weights, and ab work in one intense workout to help you reach and maintain your fitness goals. Whether your goal is to lose weight, tone, or just become more confident, this program is for you! Classes are fun, energizing, diverse and include a free initial and post boot camp assessment. Ages: 13 yrs. & up Days/Times/Fees/Codes: Mon., Wed., Fri., 5:45-6:15 AM $90, 706203 Session: 4 weeks Instructor: Larry Coleman, Ci-MFS

End your week with a blast of strength and cardio training that will help you tone and lose weight all while having fun the Camp Coleman way. Ages: 13 yrs. & up Days/Time: Sat., 9-9:45 AM Fee: $45 Session: 4 weeks Code: 706712 Instructor: Larry Coleman, Ci-MFS

Happy Movements

Stress Reduction Program

Make this 12 week commitment and learn the science behind stress so that you can take control of your health. Each one hour class includes a short lecture, group discussion, in-class practice of guided meditation or gentle yoga postures, and daily home assignments. For you to fully benefit, you must commit to attend all classes and to practice daily home assignments for 12 weeks. Visit for more information. Ages: 18 yrs. & up Day/Time: Wed., 6:15-7:15 PM Dates: Sept. 18-Dec. 18, (07) No class Nov 6 & 27 Jan. 8-Apr. 9 (02) No class Feb. 19 & Mar. 12 Fee/Code: $160 (12 classes), 706401 Instructor: Natasha Carter, LAT, ATC, CYT

Beginner Yoga

Discover the power of going back to the basics as you move, breathe, and meditate to music. This SLOW-paced, therapeutic yoga class combines rehab principles with yoga. Perfect for those new to yoga or someone looking for a less intense class. Register for Tuesdays or Fridays or both days (see Unlimited Beginner Yoga). Visit for more information. Ages: 18 yrs. & up Days/Times/Codes: Tue., 6:30-7:30 PM, 706303 Fri., 5:30-6:30 PM, 706507 Sessions/Fee: 07, 02, $54 01, $45 (No class Nov 5 & 8) Instructor: Natasha Carter, LAT, ATC, CYT

Unlimited Beginner Yoga Join us twice a week for our Beginner Yoga Series to get more practice. Classes offered Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 PM and Friday, 5:30-6:30 PM. See Beginner Yoga for class description. Visit for more information. Ages: 18 yrs. & up Days/Time/Code: Tue., 6:30-7:30 PM and Fri., 5:30-6:30 PM, 706603 Session/Fee: 07, 02, $87 01, $73 (No classes Nov. 5 & 8) Instructor: Natasha Carter, LAT, ATC, CYT



Core Therapy

Four out of five people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Join this beginner class for the unique experience of learning therapeutic principles in a group setting for a life-long healthy back. Class includes mini-lecture, practice time, educational material and home assignments. This class is NOT intended as a replacement for medical treatment. Visit for more information. Ages: 18 yrs. & up Day/Time: Tue., 5:30-6:15 PM Fee/Code: $54, 706304 Session: 07, 02 Instructor: Natasha Carter, LAT, ATC, CYT

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SAT. 9:15 AM: Jazzercise

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MON. *9:15 AM: Jazzercise 6 PM: Jazzercise

Jazzercise The original dance exercise phenomenon! Jazzercise blends aerobics, yoga, Pilates, and kickboxing movements into fun dance routines set to fresh, new music. Instructors make the routines fun and easy to follow.

Personal Touch Personal Touch is a program designed by Jazzercise to carry your fitness needs one step further. Personal Touch is an extended program to build muscle tone, strong bones and healthier eating habits. Each class concentrates on muscle building, nutrition and proper strength training techniques to help you lose inches and pounds. No aerobics involved. Open to non-jazzercise students. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time/Code/Fee: Mon., 7-7:50 PM, 706218, $60 Thurs., 7-7:50 PM, 706506, $60 Mon. & Thurs., 7-7:50 PM, 706221, $100 Sessions: 07, 01, 02 Instructor: Missy Hill For more information, please contact Missy at 817.269.6477. Email: Facebook: Website:


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Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido

Tae Kwon Do: Tae Kwon Do, a Korean martial art, is for all ages and is fun for the entire family. Develop flexibility, concentration, general conditioning, hand/eye coordination, balance, self-discipline, and physical/mental well-being. Students in the beginning class will learn the basic forms, basic techniques, and controlled sparring applications. This class offers a 20-minute warm-up that is followed by the basic technique/controlled sparring practice. Hapkido: Hapkido, a Korean martial art, adds grappling techniques (escape from holds, wrist locks, throws, and weapon practice) to Tae Kwon Do skills. Skills are practiced from 7-8:15 PM. Ages: 6 yrs. & up Sessions/Fee: $50/month (Ind.) *$37.50/month (Nov. & Dec.) $140/month (Family of three or more) *$105/month (Nov. & Dec.) Instructor: Kim Davis, 6th DAN *Note: Belt test and optional uniform is available from instructor on first day of class. Beginning Tae Kwon Do Days/Time: Mon. & Thur., 7-8 PM Code: 706800 (Ind.)/706802 (Fam.) Advanced Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido Days/Time: Mon. & Thur., 7-8:15 PM Codes: 706801 (Ind.)/706803 (Fam.)

Racquetball Youth/Adult group racquetball lessons for beginning, intermediate and advanced players. Learn the rules of racquetball, the fundamentals, advanced strategies, and/or just polish your skills. Instructor: Cheryl Bird Beginner Youth Lessons Ages: 6-16 yrs. Days & Time: Tue., 6:30-7:25 PM Sessions/Fee/Code: 07, 02, $40, 706410 Beginner Adult Lessons Ages: 17 yrs. & up Days & Time: Tue., 7:30-8:25 PM Sessions/Fee/Code: 07, 02, $40, 706412 Intermediate Racquetball Youth/Adult Designed for the intermediate and advanced racquetball player. Learn advanced court strategies as well as improve your swing. Ages: Youth 6-16 yrs./Adult 17 yrs. & up Days & Time: Tue., 6:30-7:25 PM (Youth) 10 Tue., 7:30-8:25 PM (Adult) Session/Fee: 01, $40 Code: 706413 (Youth)/706414 (Adult) 817.410.3450


Achieve exercise, discipline, agility and grace. Learn the rules and strategy of foil fencing including footwork, defense, and attack. The instructor will provide the uniform and equipment. Moms, Dads and siblings are welcome to join the fun. Ages: 8-80 yrs. Days/Time: Mon., 7-8 PM Session/Fee/Code: 07, 01, 02, $40, 706200 Instructor: Mark Ertel

Stroller Strides

Get fit and healthy with the nation’s premiere prenatal and postpartum fitness class for moms. Join us in an hour long class that combines power-walking, strength training, core work, and stretching. Babies will also have fun as we entertain them during class with songs and games. Pregnant moms and new moms (6 weeks postpartum or more) are always welcome! Location: Parr Park, 3010 Parr Lane Days/Time: Mon., Wed., Fri., 9-10 AM Fee: $30/month for 1 day/week $50/month unlimited Additional Info: For more information or to register, contact Farrah Agado at 800.610.6539, or at or at

Zumba Fitness Zumba Fitness is the latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie-burning, dance fitness party! It is a one-ofa-kind fitness program. The goal is simple: I want you to workout, to love working out-and to get hooked. Zumba participants achieve long-term benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements! Please wear shoes with as little tread as possible and bring water and a towel. Zumba is offered twice a week. Ages: 14 yrs. & up Days/Times/Codes: Wed., 7-8 PM, 706606 Sat., 10:15-11:15 AM, 706706 Sessions: Monthly Fees/Code: $25 (1 class/week) $40 (2 classes/week), 706400 Instructor: Samantha Olson, Zumba Certified

Camp Gladiator Fitness Camps

Camp gladiator is an adult fitness camp that promises an intense, motivating and challenging environment where men and women of all ages and fitness levels can push themselves. Participants may attend ANY and ALL times for one low price. For more information and to register, visit Ages: 15 yrs. & up Days/Time: Mon., Wed., Fri., 9:15-10:15 AM Location: Pickering Park/additonal times/locations available on website Instructor: Janet Fuller

Legends Martial Arts

Learn from the oldest school of martial arts in Texas! Grandmaster J. Pat Burleson opened the first karate school in Texas in 1960 and he still teaches today! We teach confidence, discipline, respect and overcoming obstacles. Our self-defense is solid. We combine traditional karate with Thai boxing, Aikido, and Jiu-Jitsu to give you the best of all worlds! Fee: $45/month – Basic Program $55/month – Elite Program $65/month – Masters Program ($5 discount for each additional family member).

White Belt Karate

Kids, teens and adults must first graduate from this class (unless arrangements are made otherwise with the instructor) before going into the Junior classes or the Teen and Adult classes. This class will teach the beginning basics needed for both programs. Day/Time: Tue., 5-5:30 PM Ages: 6 yrs. & up Code: 706701 Kids Class (Jr. Yellow - Jr. Black Belts) Day/Time: Tue., 5:30-7 PM Ages: 6-11 yrs. Code: 706702 Teens & Adults (Yellow - Black Belts) Day/Time: Tue., 7-9 PM Ages: 12 yrs. & up Code: 706703

Lil’ Legends Pre-K Karate

Martial arts classes designed for 3, 4 and 5 year olds. Our curriculum is designed by a black belt with a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy for Pre-K aged children. Participants must test out of the first class to make it to the “advanced” class, which focuses on perfecting martial arts techniques. Beginner Day/Time: Tue., 5:15-5:45 PM Ages/Code: 3-5 yrs., 706704 Advanced Day/Time: Tue., 6-6:30 PM Ages/Code: 3-5 yrs., 706705 Instructor: Legends Martial Arts For more information: or 817.285.8484

Intro to Pilates

Pilates II - Rev-Up

Take the next step: Pilates Rev-Up picks up the pace. Utilizing weights and other equipment, this energizing, 30-minute class incorporates intermediate Pilates exercises with upper body strength training. What sets Pilates apart from other workouts is that it remains one of the most effective ways to flatten your abdominals and develop strength and fitness at all levels, without stress or strain. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time: Wed., 5:10-5:40 PM Session/Fee: $22/month Drop in fee: $8/class Code: 706403 Instructor: Wendy Dolan

Pilates III - Core & Glutes-NEW

Work the deepest layer of your abdominal muscles and build a lean, strong and flexible body. This class combines the abdominal-flattening benefits of Pilates core-sculpting exercises with advanced lower body excercises. In just 30-minutes: strengthen, tone and reshape your abdominal muscles, glutes, hips, legs and back. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time: Mon., 6:05-6:35 PM Fees: $25/month with Sculpt Express: $32/month Drop in fee: $8/class Codes: 706214 Instructor: Wendy Dolan


PiYo combines aspects of Pilates, Yoga and strength conditioning to create a dynamic strength training workout. With PiYo’s unique exercises, you will burn calories, tone muscles, sculpt your core, improve balance and flexibility, get a great stretch and improve your overall fitness. Modifications included to challenge all levels of fitness. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time: Thur., 6:05-6:35 PM Session/Fee: $25/month with Sculpt Express:, $32/month Drop in fee: $8 /class Code: 706602 Instructor: Wendy Dolan

Indoor Cycling

Whether you are a cyclist interested in building stamina, muscle strength and endurance or a fitness enthusiast looking to burn 400+ calories and get fit, this class is for you! Nothing beats an Indoor Cycling class for a low-impact, invigorating, calorie–busting fitness workout. Participants select personal intensity levels during the class through body position and bike tension. With the lights off, fans blowing and music pumping, Indoor Cycling is an effective way to get strong and lean, build cardiovascular endurance, de-stress and have fun! Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time/Code: Wed., 5:45-6:30 PM, 706308 Fee: $32/month Drop in fee: $10/class Instructor: Wendy Dolan


The perfect blend: Cycling and Pilates. Flatten your abs, build core strength and increase flexibility with Pilates mat exercises. Burn lots of calories, get lean, and build cardiovascular strength with cycling. Cyclelates incorporates 25 minutes of Pilates followed by 25 minutes of cycling to challenge all fitness levels. Cardio and Core: Get more accomplished in just one workout. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Days/Times/Code: Mon., 7-8 PM, 706251 Fees: $32/month Drop in fee: $10/class Instructor: Wendy Dolan


Anyone can do Pilates and achieve amazing results. There is no bouncing, jarring or stress to your body. Pilates Intro, a 30-minute mat class, is a great way to start getting in shape, with gentle moves that will help strengthen and tone your body, flatten your abs and improve your flexibility and balance. If you are seeking a beginner exercise class that will transform the way your body looks, feels and performs, this class is for you! Ages: 13 yrs. & up Days/Time: Mon., and/or Thur., 5:10-5:40 PM Session/Fee: $40/month for 2 classes/week $22/month for 1 class/week Drop in fee: $8/class Code: 706204 Instructor: Wendy Dolan

15-Minute Sculpt Express-NEW

Pressed for time? This quick 15-minute sculpting class focuses on stengthening and toning your upper body while engaging your core. 15-Minute Sculpt Express: Effecient and effective! Ages: 13 yrs. & up Days/Time: Mon., and/or Thur., 5:45-6 PM Fees: $20/month for 2 classes/week $10/month for 1 class/week Drop in fee: $4/class Days/Codes: Mon., 706223, Thur., 706608 Unlimited, 706610, 2 classes/week Instructor: Wendy Dolan

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Ultimate Fitness Camp

This one hour jam-packed muscle confusion camp includes all the best low impact cardiovascular movements, ab chiseling and core strengthening training exercises. All the best, new, up-to-date exercises that give you results without doing the same workouts. Lose weight with all the best healthy nutritional tips and food plan to follow for the week. Daily food log monitoring online by Carlyle. You will lose weight and feel great! Make healthy and safe changes today and join us for this great camp! This is beginner to advanced friendly! Please bring a water bottle. Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days: Mon.- Fri. Dates: Oct. 28- Nov. 1 Time/Code: 5:30-6:30 AM, 706208 9-10 AM, 706215 Fee: $50/week or $12/day

Early Bird Fit

Start your day off right! Step up and take control of your body and health. Carlyle will help you make the health and fitness goals you need to look good and feel great! Lose weight, change the shape of your whole body, strengthen, tighten, and tone! Get to the core and learn how to maintain your new body. Participants receive a monthly calendar with fitness tips, motivation, recipes, nutritional guidance, and exercise to help guide you to your fitness goals. Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Time: Mon., Wed., Fri., 5:30-6 AM Session/Fee: $80/month Code: 706219 Additional Info: *Instructor discounts may apply *See instructor for class specials

Fit Carlyle’s Wellness Program-NEW

Join today and take charge of your health! In this Six week program learn to manage a variety of health issues through weight loss, exercise and nutrition education. Receive the specialized attention and motivation you’re seeking to start your journey and reach your goals! Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Time/Code: Tue & Thur., 10-11 AM, 706305 12 Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02, $58


Maxburn Fusion

Strength Stretch & Powerblast Plus

This is a fat blaster class! Tired of the same old workouts and not getting results? Burn body fat, build lean muscle, gain strength, and learn proper nutrition. Join us for a low impact, core strengthening, muscle confusing, total body fusion workout that will help you achieve all your health and fitness goals. Class participants will receive nutritional, motivational guidance and information on the latest updates in fitness and health to help keep you on track. You have nothing to lose but weight! Bring ankle weights and a water bottle. Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Time/Code: Wed., 9-9:45 AM, 706420 Session/Fee: 07, 01, 02 $35

Total body strength training, light multi-level cardio and extensive abdominal, lower body and core exercises. Burn calories, tone, strengthen and sculpt your way to a healthy body! Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Time/Code: Mon., 6-6:45 PM, 706406 Session/Fee: 07, 01, 02, $35

Fit Carlyle’s Trainer’s Choice Trainer’s choice is a great workout for all levels that will take you through every inch of your body using the best fat blasting, calorie burning, core strengthening, muscle confusion cross training mix. Our fun, motivational, safe, dynamic workouts will have you achieving all your health and fitness goals. Class participants receive nutritional guidance and motivational informaton. Come get healthy with us and have fun along the way! Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Time/Code: Mon., 9-9:45 AM, 706205 Thur., 6-6:45 PM, 706504 Fri., 9-9:45 AM, 706607 Fee: $35 Sessions: 07, 01, 02

Fit Carlyle Fitness Pass: 1 class-$35, (excludes fitness camps/cooking class) 2 classes - $58 (save $12) 3 classes - $75 (save $30) 4 classes - $95 (save $45)

Strength, Stretch & Flex This popular class combines all the best and safest strength training exercises to guide you to a healthier, leaner body. Gain bone density, burn calories, build lean muscle and relieve stress using safe and effective exercises for your whole body. Class utilizes free weights, body bars, resistance training bands, stability balls, and pilates excercises. Learn correct strength training techniques to achieve maximum results and develop a strong, sculpted body in a fun, motivational class. Bring ankle weights and a water bottle. Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Times/Codes: Tue., 9-9:45 AM, 706300 Sat., 9:05-9:50 AM, 706700 Session/Fee: 07, 01, 02, $35

Lunch Time QuickFit-NEW Short on time? QuickFit is the answer! This Trainer’s choice class will give you a total body workout in 30-minutes using the ultimate cross training exercise’s for all levels. Strength train and condition your entire body in this motivational, safe, dynamic workout. See and feel the difference in 30-minutes! Receive a $5 discount when you register for a second class. Ages: 11 yrs. & up Days/Time: Thur., 12:35-1:05 PM Fee: $30/month Code: 706302

Instructor: Carlyle/Team Carlyle

*All Classes are beginner to advanced friendly. *Participants who miss a class may attend any FitCarlyle class in the same 6-week session as a make-up. Instructor: Carlyle/Team Carlyle


Art Class

Drawing and Pastels

Instructor teaches individually in different subjects, drawings, pastels, watercolor, acrylics and oils. Includes mixing colors, color theory and technique focusing on identifying the medium the student is most comfortable with. Ages: 10 yrs. & up Day/Time: Tue., 6-7:30 PM Code: 705202 Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $65 Supplies: Canvas, paper or board, paint brushes, (flat/small, medium and large table easel). Paint will be furnished by instructor. Additional Info: Before taking Art Class, student must be at least 10 years old. Instructor: Rexaná Ostuni

Drawing from basic shapes, landscapes, perspective, still life and animals. Drawings will be finished in pencil or pastels. Ages: 6-12 yrs. Day/Time: Tue., 4:30-5:45 PM Code: 705218 Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $60 Supplies: Bring 11” x 14” drawing tablet and #2 pencils. Pastels will be supplied by the instructor. Instructor: Rexaná Ostuni.

Mini Masters Musical Theatre

Age appropriate songs and performance techniques will be taught to develop vocal skills, rhythmic and creative dance and drama skills. Ages: 5-6 yrs. Day/Time: Wed., 5-6:15 PM Code: 705403 Session: 07, 01, 02 Fee: $90 Instructor: Ray Olan,

Masters Musical Theatre Kids will become real actors, real dancers and real singers! The students culminate their study in a final showcase performance. Ages: 7-12 yrs. Day/Time: Wed., 6:30-7:45pm Code: 705404 Session: 07, 01, 02 Fee: $90 Instructor: Ray Olan,

Teen Musical Theatre This really cool class explores and performs scenes from some of Broadways Best Musicals like "Hairspray" and "Annie". Class culminates with a performance from the students. Ages: 13 and up Day/Time: Thurs., 6-7:30pm Code: 705510 Session: 07, 01, 02 Fee: $90 Instructor: Ray Olan,


Private Piano Lessons

Students will learn the basics of playing the piano from music notation and by ear in a one-on-one setting. Ages/Day/Time: 7 and up, TBD (30 minute slots) Instructor will call student to set up a day and time for your lesson Code: 705564 Fee: $80 monthly (4-30 minute sessions) Instructor: Patrick Lollis Additional Info: Students will need the following: ring binder with paper and 13 pencil, portable keyboard method books (purchased at music store or instructor) Playbook Fall/Winter 2013-2014

Beginning Gymnastics 1

Men’s Pickup Basketball

This class is designed as an introduction to gymnastics. Students will learn floor skills such as rolls, cartwheels, hand-stands and backbends. Students will also be introduced to the balance beam, rings and vault. Ages: Kindergarten-7 yrs. Day/Time: Tue., 5:15-5:55 PM Sessions: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.) Code/Fee: 709327, $48 Instructor: Gypsy Mishoe

Stop in an play! Games played every Thursday from 6-7:30 AM, or play Monday-Friday from 11:30 AM-1 PM. Basketball is great exercise before work and during lunch. Come out and join us in a game! Ages: 18 yrs. & up Day/Time/Fee: Thur., 6-7:30 AM, $10 Mon-Fri., 11:30 AM-1PM, $20 Code: 70508 Morning, 709902 Lunch Starts on the 1st of every month.

Beginning Gymnastics 2

Number Sense and Mental Math-NEW

This class is designed for older children who have little experience with gymnastics. Students will learn floor skills such as rolls, cartwheels, handstands and backbends. Students will also be introduced to the balance beam, rings and vault. Ages: 8-12 yrs. Day/Time: Tue., 6-6:45 PM Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $48 Code: 709202 Instructor: Gypsy Mishoe

Advanced Intermediate Gymnastics This class is designed for the young gymnast who has already mastered the basic skills of the sport. Students entering this class should be able to do a cartwheel, a handstand and backbend with little or no assistance. We will be working on more advanced skills such as front and back walk-overs and handsprings. Students will also spend a portion of each class developing flexibility and strength. Ages: 7-14 yrs. Day/Time: Tue., 6-6:45 PM Session/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $48 Code: 709328 Instructor: Gypsy Mishoe

The Number Sense and Mental Math class is designed to teach mumber sense skills to elementary and middle school students This will help students deepen their understanding of numbers and mathematical operations and allow them to manipulate these in order to solve difficult math problems. This class will also help students to sharpen their mental math skills. Students who go through this program will show higher level math competency and score higher in tests. Ages: 8-14 yrs. (Students in grades 3-8) Code/Fee: 709737, $80 Day/Time/Session: Thur., 4:30-5:45 PM, 07,02 Instructor: Mary Jacob

Getting Paid to Talk – Making Money with Your Voice-NEW

Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of voice over work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries and the internet in your area. We will cover all the basics, including how to prepare the all important demo, how to be successful and earn great income in this exciting field. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear examples of demos recorded by professional voice actors. Class participants will even have a chance to record a commercial script under the direction of our producer! Ages: 18 yrs. & up Code/Fee: 709546, $30 Session/Date/Time: 01,Nov. 20, 6:30-9 PM Instructor: Voice Coach Professions

Grapevine Citizens Fire Academy Discover the Grapevine Fire Department and experience the operations of firefighting and emergency medical services. Starting each February, Grapevine citizens and those who work in Grapevine, over the age of 21, are invited to attend a thirteen session academy and learn the history and organization of the Grapevine Fire Department. Experience hands-on participation with rescue tools, hose lines, and fire extinguishers. The highlight of the academy is a Saturday trip to a fire training facility where one will experience what it is like to go into a building on fire (with full protective gear of course), extinguish the flames, and actually perform a search for victims with the thermal imaging cameras.


For more information, please call 817.410.8100. 817.410.3450

Vinyasa Yoga in the Garden-NEW

Got a lot of Junk in your Trunk?

Ask anyone who has volunteered for the Grapevine Parks & Recreation Department and they’ll all tell you the same thing…what a blast! Volunteers have included officials from Washington, D.C., The Gaylord Texan Resort, Sabre Holdings, Levi Straus, Wal-Mart and many more. Our scout groups, church groups, schools and private citizens also have made incredible differences to our city. Our department will organize, coordinate and assist in executing a fun, enriching experience for volunteers. Our projects are adaptable to all skill levels and are credible toward student community service requirements. The majority of all necessary supplies are made available. So, come out and make a difference! For more information, please contact Mary Jo or at 817.410.3490

Let your breath be your guide in this dynamic, Vinyasa style yoga class! Set to upbeat music and open to all levels, you will deepen your practice within the serenity of the Grapevine Botanical Gardens. In this vigorous class you will build strength, flexibilty and endurace and explore the mind body connection that this alignment-based class offers. This is a fun, engaging class with an emphasis placed on teaching the fundamentals of yoga and moving through a series of postures with correct alignment. For more information, contact Meagan at or 972.672.7194 Note: All students need to bring a mat and water (optional towel). Ages: 12-15 yrs. (accompanied by adult) 16 yrs. & up Day/Time/Code/Fee: Sun., 4:30-5:30 PM, 706102, $25/month Tue., 10:30-11:30 AM, 706350, $25/month Unlimited, 2 classes/week, 706808, $40/month Drop-inFee: $10/class Session: 09, Sept. 3-29 (no class Sept. 1) 10, Oct. 1-29 11, Nov. 3-26 (no class Nov. 24-30) *1 class/week, $20/month 2 classes/week, $30/month Location: Grapevine Botanical Gardens Instructor: Meagan Richenberger, RYT-200

Sell it at Grapevine’s City–Wide Garage Sale 2013 When: Sat., Sept. 21 Where: Nash Rink 1175 Municipal Way, Grapevine, TX (Behind the CAC) Time: 7 AM-12 PM Space is Limited Over 2,000 shoppers and more than 50 vendors. Advanced registration is required. For more information, please email David at or call 817.410.3454.

Keep Grapevine Beautiful (KGVB) The award winning KGVB programs include bi-annual waterway and park clean ups, recycling events, park renovation and beautification projects, corporate and small business team building outings. KGVB will privately schedule outings with businesses, scout, church or school groups. KGVB is an approved, non-profit organization that supports school district community service requirements. Join us for informative monthly meetings on the first Monday at 7PM at City Hall. For more information, please visit or contact Mary Jo at


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Introductory Photography

This four-session introductory photography series guides students to progress beyond taking snapshots to creating photographs. We begin by exploring your camera’s capabilities and learn how to manually adjust for shutter speed, aperture and film speed. This series will also help you improve your understanding of composition, light, depth-of-field, and perspective. Each two-hour session includes time for practicing the concepts and techniques discussed. Students need to bring a camera and the camera manual. A digital SLR or compact camera with manual controls is essential for this class. Some of the classes will be held off-site (depending on the weather) at the Botanical Gardens. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time: Sun., 1:30-3:30 PM Sessions/Dates: 07, Oct. 27-Nov. 17 01, Dec. 1-22 02, Jan.12-Feb. 2 Location: Community Activities Center Code/Fee: 304701, $125 Instructor: Bruce Rosenstiel, 817.528.5993

Intermediate Photography

This four-session intermediate photography series builds on the experience and skills learned in Introduction to Photography. Each two-hour session guides students to increase their knowledge of the tools and techniques essential to creating photographs through field trips to local attractions. Students also may be introduced to an effective digital workflow using software such as Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. The class includes time for practicing the concepts and techniques discussed. Students need to bring a camera and camera manual. A digital SLR or compact camera with manual controls is essential for this class. A tripod and a laptop with processing software loaded will be beneficial, but are not essential. Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time: Sun., 4-6 PM Sessions/Dates: 07, Oct. 27-Nov. 17 01, Dec. 1-22 02, Jan.12-Feb. 2 Location: Community Activities Center Code/Fee: 304700, $125 Instructor: Bruce Rosenstiel 16, 817.528.5993




Ages: 15 yrs. & up (6 weeks) Sessions/Fee: 07, 02 $50/Couple Instructors: Ernie and Diane Meyer

Country/Western Dance For Beginners Learn a new dance each week during each session as follows: Two Step, Waltz, East Coast Swing, Double Two Step, Cha Cha, and Triple. Day/Time/Codes: Thurs., 8 PM, 705305-07 705305-02

Ballroom Dance For Beginners Learn a new dance each week during each session as follows: Foxtrot, Waltz, East Coast Swing, Rumba, Cha Cha, and Tango. Day/Time/Codes: Tues., 8 PM, 705503-07 705503-02 Note: If there are fewer than two couples registered by the start of the session, the class will be canceled. Younger ages accommodated with instructor approval

Clogging is easy and fun. You don’t need a partner or any previous dance experience. Clogging is a great multi-generation family activity. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Day: Mon. Level/Times: Beginning, 7-7:35 PM, 709221 Easy, 7:40-8:15 PM, 709220 Intermed., 8:20-8:55 PM, 709222 Advanced, 9-9:30 PM, 709223 Session 07: Sept. 9-Nov. 18 (12 weeks) Part I: Beginner (never danced) Session 02: Dec. 2-Feb. 24 (11 weeks) Fee: $40 Instructor: John Pryor Class Info: Beginner lessons start in Sept. and Dec.

Funscape It’s the Friday night hang-out for 9 to 14 year olds. Test your skills in Tug-of-War, Basketball, Air Hockey and the Dance Contest. Escape to Funscape! Open every Friday (starting Sept. 6) from 7-11 PM Grapevine Community Activities Center Admission is only $8 For more information call 682.651.7771

National Night Out

This one-day (10 hour) course satisfies the handgun license. Subjects covered include: gun safety, non-violent dispute resolution, use of force and legal issues, as well as others. Course includes both written and proficiency (shooting) exams. Ages: 21 yrs. & up Session/Date/Time: 09 – Sept. 14, Sat., 9 AM-7 PM 10 – Oct. 12, Sat., 9 AM-7 PM 11 – Nov. 9. Sat., 9 AM-7 PM 02 – Dec. 7, Sat., 9 AM-7PM 01 – Jan. 11, Sat., 9 AM-7 PM 02 – Feb. 8, Sat., 9 AM-7 PM Code/Fee: 709795/$99 CHL Renewal $75) Instructor: Stan Wende Additional Info: For more information, contact Stan Wende at 972.742.1652. Additional gun range fee of $10.50 paid to the instructor. Must provide your own gun.

It’s America’s Night Out Against Crime! The “29th Annual National Night Out”, a unique crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, has been scheduled for October 2, 2013. We cordially invite you and your community to be a part of our Night Out 2012 team. To register your neighborhood, please contact Crime Prevention at 817.410.3209 or Dale Roath at

R.A.D. Systems Realistic Self-Defense for Women The goal of Rape Aggression Defense Basic Personal Defense System is to provide realistic self-defense options to women, regardless of their level of physical conditioning. Students at all levels of ability, age, experience, and strength will be provided with techniques and information that can be effectively used from the first day of class. R.A.D. is not a martial arts program, nor does it require students to be athletes in training to succeed. To register for a free 4-week course, please contact Officer Jason Keller at 817.421.2192.

Defensive Driving

Bright Driver is a National Safety Council defensive driving course for all individuals that need an auto insurance discount and/or need to dismiss a traffic citation. This is a six hour course that can also be used as a corporate safety course to a dismiss a traffic citation anywhere in the United States. Website: Ages: 16 yrs. & up Day/Time: Sat., 9 AM-4 PM Session/Fee/Code: 09-Sept. 7, $35, 709736 10- Oct. 5 11- Nov. 2 12- Dec. 14 01- Jan. 4 02- Feb. 1 Instructor: J.T. Brinson Website:


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Keep Grapevine Beautiful Upcoming Events – ‘Get Growing’ National Planting Day

Did you know planting a tree within 50 feet of a residence increases property value by 9%? The ‘Get Growing’ program provides a national stage for the important role that beautification and greening plays in our town. On this day, millions of natives, perennials and bulbs will be planted across the nation. To participate, check the KGVB website for a list of greening projects. Sat., Sept. 7, All Day Event

4th Annual Trash & Treasures Waterway Clean Up

Volunteers will have a sparktacular time ‘treasure hunting’ along the shores of Lake Grapevine in search of sparkly jewels that are hidden in the trash. Once found, volunteers bring them back to base and cash them in for major prizes. Bring your sun screen and have some lakeside fun while helping clean up the shorelines! Sat., Oct. 5, 8 AM-1 PM Trawick Pavilion, 2700 Darren G. Medlin Trail (inside Oak Grove Sports Complex) 8-11 AM Treasure Hunting & Clean Up 11 AM-12 PM Picnic with FREE food, live music, prizes 11:30 AM Prizes Awarded All supplies are provided. Wear closed toe shoes and weather relevant clothing. To participate, sign up at

National Make a Difference Day

This is the most encompassing national day of helping others. Held annually, millions of Americans are rallied into a single day of action to help change the world. A special project will be created for this important day for the volunteers who come out and make a difference for their community. The first 100 volunteers to sign up will get a special remembrance giveaway for the day they made a difference! Saturday, October 26, 2013, 8 AM - 12 PM

Trail Trekking for Trash

The bare trees and brush allow ideal conditions to clean, beautify and improve our trails and woods. Trails to upgrade on include Horseshoe Trails, Katie’s Woods and shoreline trails. Volunteers will meet at the Municipal Service Center for supplies then be disbursed to the trail system. Transportation is not included. Free refreshments will be provided upon returning. Saturday, January 25, 2014, 8 AM - 12 PM Playbook Fall/Winter 2013-2014


Babysitter’s American Red Cross Certification

This eight-hour babysitting course covers a variety of topics including: preventing accidents and illnesses, basic first aid, reviewing choking procedures, rescue breathing and making professional decisions in babysitting. The class is 90% participation. All successful participants will receive a babysitting training book the day of class. There will be a 30-minute break for lunch. Please provide your own lunch, snacks and drinks. Ages: 11 yrs. & up Day/Time: Sat., 9 AM-4 PM Sessions/Date: 09, Sept. 21 01, Jan. 18 Fee: $75 Code: 709703 Instructor: ARC Certified Instructor *All ARC class registrations close one week prior to class start date.

Lake Grapevine Runners And Walkers Club (LGRAW) Lake Grapevine Runners and Walkers (LGRAW) is a local non-profit organization dedicated to promoting running, walking, and fitness in the Lake Grapevine area. Saturday and Sunday mornings are informal group runs in the Oak Grove Park area. For more information, please visit

Grapevine Golf

3800 Fairway Drive Please call 817.410.3377 for detailed information or visit

Double Trouble 5K & 10K, Oct. 5, 2013 Bold In The Cold 5K & 10K, Jan. 11, 2014

Community First Aid & Safety

This course prepares you to rescue victims who are experiencing cardiopulmonary distress. Course includes information on adult, child and infant CPR, along with first aid for a variety of The Grapevine Police Department conditions including bleeding, injuries to bones, Citizen's Police Academy is held twice a year, once during muscles and joints, sudden illness and heat the spring and once during the fall. The Academy is open to any and cold injuries. Successful participants earn resident, employees, and their families, of the City of Grapevine, at no two certificates: American Red Cross Community charge. During the fourteen week academy, students will have the unique CPR (valid for 2 years), and ARC Community First opportunity to see and interact with Police Department personnel as never before. Aid (valid for 2 years). The student will observe all of the functions of the Police Department and see its Ages: 10 yrs. & up innermost workings. Day/Time: Sat., 9 AM-7 PM Sessions/Date: 10,-Oct. 12 By the end of the Academy, the student should understand basic police procedures. Topics covered 02, Feb. 15 include Patrol Operations, Criminal Investigations, Crime Scene Investigations, Firearms training, K9 Fee: $87 operations, use of force issues, plus procedures of the jail, Court System and Telecommunications. The Code: 709702 student will also learn about the Grapevine Police Department's Community Relations Programs. Instructor: ARC Certified Instructor A graduation ceremony is held on the fourteenth week. Each class is about three hours long and starts at 6:30 PM on Thursdays, except for the two days of Firearms training, which are held on a Saturday morning.

Grapevine Citizens Police Academy

The Grapevine Police Department is currently taking applications for the 29th CPA class scheduled to begin mid August, (exact start date TBD). If interested, please visit to download an application. For more information, please contact Sgt. Dale Roath at 817.410.3206 or at



Outdoor Recreation The Vineyards Campground & Cabins on Grapevine Lake Your Stay-Cation Destination

Friday Night Fireworks Paddle Join us for an exhilarating night of outdoor beauty and explosive entertainment. Beginning with a leisurely paddle on the eastern coast of Grapevine Lake, you will see beautiful wildlife and rock formations before tying on at Rockledge Park to watch fireworks light up the night's sky. Enjoy the weekly fireworks display in a new way, high above your head and reflected of the glassy water from the comfort of a kayak. Register at the Community Activites Center or at ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. WATER BOTTLES ENCOURAGED. Group Limit: 10 participants/2 instructors Site: Rockledge Park, Grapevine Lake Time/Day: 7-9:45 PM, Fridays (Biweekly) Age/Fee: 12+, waiver must be signed by parent or guardian if a minor, $30 Dates: August 9, August 23 Code: 703800

An outdoor adventure experience for the physically challenged. This event will offer over 20 opportunities to sample the latest in adaptive equipment; water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, kayaking, fishing, hand cycling, remote control sailboats, quad rugby, basketball, face painting, and many more fun activities. Admission is free for qualified participants and their families. Enjoy free food, drinks, and live music under the main tent. RISE is a non-profit charitable organization. For more information on participation, sponsorship, or volunteering, please visit our website, or call 469.762.5075. Location: Meadowmere Park, 3000 Meadowmere Lane Date: Sat., Sept. 21 Time: 9 AM-3 PM

Advancing Kayaker Workshop

Instead of the Intermediate and Advanced classes, Discover Kayak has found it more effective to teach advanced skills in 3-hour coaching sessions. The result is better retention and less frustration! Choose when you want to attend and how often. With each session you will gain new skills to continue practice. Max 5 students per class. You can use your own kayak or choose any of the high quality boats available from Discover Kayak. Register at the Community Activites Center or at Group Limit: 5 students Site: Meadowmere Park, Grapevine Lake Dates: Saturdays, Aug. 3-Oct. 19 Time: 2-5 PM Age/Fee: 12+, waiver must be signed by parent or guardian if a minor, $40 Code: 703801

Meadowmere Park

This park boasts over 200 acres of active and passive recreational opportunities, primitive camping, kayak and paddle boat rentals, concessionaires of stand-up paddle boarding, kayak lessos, segway tours, a designated swim beach, upgraded play area, shaded picnic sites, and a birding area. For more information on this paid entry park or for camp reservations, please call 817.488.5272 or visit

Rockledge Park

This premier photo shoot location with its amazing bluffs, beach areas and lake and sunset views also offers a large group rental pavilion, a soft surface walking/biking trail, an on-site park store, picnic tables, fireworks viewing site and unforgettable sunsets. This paid entry park closes at dusk every evening. To schedule a photo shoot, $50 per hour (one hour minimum), contact Mona Burk at For more information visit

Active Adult Kayaking Tour

Exploring beautiful Grapevine Lake from the water is an adventure perfect for any age. This no experience necessary tour will educate, inspire and exhilarate you as you paddle by islands and discover the beauty of Grapevine's wildlife and diverse landscape. Tours provided by American Canoe Association certified instructors. Register at the Community Activites Center or at ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. WATER BOTTLES ENCOURAGED. Group Limit: 10 participants/2 instructors Site: Meadowmere Park, Grapevine Lake Time/Day: 8 AM - 11 AM, Thursdays Age/Fee: 50+, $30 Code: 703802


Camping is always fun but we invite you to enjoy the Texas outdoors in the fall/winter with our climate-controlled cabins. Our fully furnished cabins tame the Texas elements with all the comforts of home. Wake up on the shores of Grapevine Lake. Go hiking, fishing, swimming, kayaking, trail exploring or simply lounge on your cabin’s porch and enjoy nature. With cabins that accommodate two to six people, you can bring the entire family. Reserve online at or call the campground for your best available dates at 817.329.8993.

8th Annual RISE Adventures End of Summer Bash


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Tournaments All tournaments will have male and female divisions. Grapevine Fall Open Adult Divisions 3.5 Singles 711850-10 3.5 Doubles 711851-10 4.0 Singles 711852-10 4.0 Doubles 711853-10 4.5 & Above Singles 711854-10 4.5 & Above Doubles 711855-10 Mixed 4.0 & Above 711856-10 Mixed 4.0 & Below 711857-10 3.0 & Below Singles 711868-10 3.0 & Below Doubles 711869-10 Youth Divisions 12 & Under Singles 12 & Under Doubles 14 & Under Singles 14 & Under Doubles 16 & Under Singles 16 & Under Doubles 18 & Under Singles 18 & Under Doubles 14 & Over Mxd. Doubles 14 & Under Jr. Mxd. Dbls.

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Date: Nov. 23 Registration Deadline: Nov. 21 Entry Fee: $18 singles; $32 double team Sites: Grapevine High School, 3223 Mustang Drive and Dove Courts, 1509 Hood Lane Additional Info: All Junior divisions will be on Saturdays only! Players can get start times on Nov. 16 by visiting or by calling Kelly Langdon at 817.233.5793 20

Students need to bring a racquet and a new can of balls to the first class meeting. All tennis activities take place at the Dove Park tennis courts, 1509 Hood Lane.

Tennis Classes Pee Wee Tennis Designed to create eye/hand coordination while learning basic techniques. Ages: 3-6 yrs. Sessions/Fee:07, 01, 02 (6 wks.) $34 Day/Time/Code: Sat., 8:30-9 AM 707740

Jr. Beginner Designed for the student interested in learning the technique of each tennis stroke. Each class will be divided by skill level. Ages: 6-15 yrs. Sessions/Fee:07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $90 Days/Times: Wed., 5:30-6:55 PM 710251 Sat., 9-10:25 AM 710750

Jr. Advanced Beginner This class is designed for advanced beginner/intermediate players wanting to improve their skills. Day/Time: Saturdays, 10:30 AM-12 PM Sessions/Code/Fee: 07, 01, 02, 707704, $90

Jr. Advanced Designed for the serious students with prior instruction. Strategy, technique and point situations will be stressed. Ages: 6-15 yrs. Sessions/Fee:07, 01, 02 (6 wks.) $90 Day/Time: Thur., 5:30-6:55 PM Code: 710550

Jr. Intermediate This class is designed to give strategy to those players competing at school or in tournaments. Techniques will continue to be developed. Players must know the scoring system. Ages: 6-15 yrs. Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $90 Day/Time: Tue., 5:30-6:55 PM Code: 710350

Tournament Tough Designed for high school level players (Jr. Varsity/Varsity). This class will emphasize strategies used in tournament competition (Zats/Champs). Site: Dove Park Courts Day/Time: Tue., 7-8:25 PM Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $90 Code: 710351

Adult Ages: 15 yrs. & up (or high school skill level) Sessions/Fee: 07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $90 Beginner: Designed to teach the basic strokes and techniques. Strategy will be discussed if applicable. Days/Time/Code: Beginner: . Wed., 7-8:25 PM 710252 Advanced Beginner/Intermediate: Designed for players with prior experience. Both techniques and strategy will be taught. Advanced Beginner/Intermediate: Thur., 7-8:25 PM 710551

Women Ages: 18 yrs. & up Sessions/Fee:07, 01, 02 (6 wks.), $90 Days/Time/Code: Beginner: Wed., 11 AM-12:30 PM 710451 Fri., 11 AM-12:30 PM 710652 Advanced Beginner/Intermediate: Wed., 9:30-10:55 AM 710450 Fri., 9:30-10:55 AM 710650

NETT Junior Team Tennis-NEW Designed for players wanting to get involved in NETT junior team tennis. Fees include practices once a week for eight weeks, league fee, and team shirt. Fee does not include USTA membership. Team tennis matches are on Sundays. Call Austin Wynne at 214.688.1619 for more information or to sign up. Ages/Time: 7-18 yrs., 5:30-6:55 PM Days: Thursdays, with matches on Sundays Fee: $190 (8 weeks) Session/Dates: 07, Sept. 12 -Nov. 17 (Dates subject to change depending on tennis schedule)

Code: 707200 817.410.3450

2013 & 2014 Higher Goals Youth Basketball Camps These camps will feature former/current professional and college players. The camp schedule will include daily detailed work in ball handling, shooting, rebounding, defense and passing. Camp will include daily life skills and basketball 101 sessions. Camp awards will be distributed! Thanksgiving Camp Date: Nov. 25-27, 2013 Time: 9 AM-12 PM Fee: $90/camper Code: 603921-14 Location: GCISD facilities

New Year’s Camp Date: Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 2, 3, 2014 Time: 9 AM-12 PM Fee: $120/camper Code: 603921-16 Location: GCISD facilities

Christmas Camp Date: Dec. 23, 24, 26, 27, 2013 Time: 9 AM-12 PM Fee: $120/camper Code: 603921-15 Location: GCISD facilities

Spring Break Camp Date: Mar. 10-13, 2014 Time: 9 AM-12 PM Fee: $120/camper Code: 603922-10 Location: GCISD facilities

Athletics Staff: 817.410.3470 Rainout Hotline: 817.410.3475 after 3:30 PM For schedules and standings: Registration Information: Space is limited-first come, first served! **Late Registration Fee: All youth leagues are subject to a 10% late registration fee.

Athletic Refunds If approved, all refunds may carry up to a 20% administration fee. For inquiries or a refund request form, please call 817.410.3450.

Volunteer Youth Sports Coaches Needed For more information, please call 817.410.3470. Background Checks: The City of Grapevine has a policy of conducting background checks on all volunteer sports coaches.

The Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (T.A.A.F.) is a state federation providing competition beyond the local level. Currently, over 150 cities combine to establish and maintain the highest level of amateur sports in the state of Texas to promote the development of physical education and to encourage the standardization of rules in all amateur athletics, games and competitions. The objectives of T.A.A.F. are both charitable and educational.




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Fall Youth Basketball Team Leagues This league is designed for teams that are already formed. Competitive select divisions and recreational divisions are available! For more information, please call 817.410.3450. Registration: Aug. 11-Sept. 1 Late Reg: Sept. 2-9 (add 10%) Site: GCISD Facilities Season Dates: Sept. 28-Nov. 9 Fee: Residents $375/team, Non–residents $395/team Coaches’ Meeting: Sept. 21, 11 AM, at the Community Activities Center TAAF Rules Age/Division (teams only): Age as of September 1, 2013 Boys


8 yrs. & under 612712-13

8 yrs. & under 612718-13

10 yrs. & under 612713-13

10 yrs. & under 612719-13

12 yrs. & under 612714-13

12 yrs. & under 612720-13

14 yrs. & under 612715-13

14 yrs. & under 612721-13

16 yrs. & under 612716-13

16 yrs. & under 612722-13

Practice times are available through Grapevine Parks and Recreation for the Fall Youth Basketball season. This is a six week league!

All Youth Sports Leagues A copy of child’s birth certificate and team roster is mandatory and due at the coaches meeting. 22


Fall Girls’ Youth Volleyball This is an introductory program for young girls learning the game in a league setting. You may sign up individually or bring in your own team. Practice sites are available and league games are on Saturdays. Registration: Aug. 11-Sept. 1 Late Registration: Sept. 2-9 Beginning Sept. 2, a 10% late fee will be added to both individual and team registrations. Site: GCISD facilities Age: As of Sept. 1 Divisions: Girls’ Individual 8 & under 612406-13 10 & under 612400-13 12 & under 612401-13 14 & under 612402-13

Girls’ Team 8 & under 612407-13 10 & under 612403-13 12 & under 612404-13 14 & under 612405-13 16 & under 612408-13

Fees: $85-Individual Resident $95-Individual Non-Resident Fees above include jerseys. $420-Resident Team $440-Non-Resident Team Rosters are due prior to first game. Coaches’ Meeting and Practice Sign-up: Sat., Sept. 21, 9:30 AM, Community Activities Center Practices Begin: The week of Sept. 22 Season Dates: Sept. 28-Dec. 7 Practices will be held at local GCISD facilities Mon.-Thur. Coaches will sign up for their team’s practice site and time at the Coaches’ Meeting. Additional Info: Jerseys are provided for the individual division only. This is an eight-week league.

Venue Alert: The Parks and Recreation Department utilizes many facilities that are not owned and/or managed by the City of Grapevine for practices and games. In some cases after our schedules are set, we may receive notice that a particular facility is no longer available for use. In the event that this occurs and there is a last minute cancellation or change, we will make every attempt to notify each team of the change and reschedule your practice or game.

Winter Youth Basketball The Youth Basketball program is designed to encourage basics while enhancing the skills of the advanced participants. Two divisions per age group offered: individual and team. Participant jerseys included with the individual division. All team division rosters are due at registration. Registration : Oct. 1-21, 2013 Late Registration: Oct. 22-Oct. 31, 2013 (add 10%) No residency restrictions. First come, first served; limited space available. Site: GCISD facilities Games: Sat. Ages: As of Sept. 1, 2013 Fee: $90/individual* (resident) $100/individual* (non-resident) (individual fee includes jersey) $495/team* (resident) $515/team* (non-resident)

Boys Individual Division 8 & under 612700-11 10 & under 612701-11 12 & under 612702-11 14 & under 612703-11

Girls Individual Division 8 & under 612706-11 10 & under 612707-11 12 & under 612708-11 14 & under 612709-11

Boys Team Division 8 & under 612712-11 10 & under 612713-11 12 & under 612714-11 14 & under 612715-11 16 & under 612716-11

Girls Team Division 8 & under 612718-11 10 & under 612719-11 12 & under 612720-11 14 & under 612721-11 16 & under 612722-11

Venue Alert: The Parks and Recreation Department utilizes many facilities that are not owned and/or managed by the City of Grapevine for practices and games. In some cases after our schedules are set, we may receive notice that a particular facility is no longer available for use. In the event that this occurs and there is a last minute cancellation or change, we will make every attempt to notify each team of the change and reschedule your practice or game.


Coaches’ Meeting and Practice Sign-up: Sat., Nov. 16, 9 AM Meeting and practice sign-up at Grapevine Middle School, 301 Pony Pkwy. Practice Begins: Week of Nov. 25 Practices will be held at local GCISD facilities Sun.–Fri. Coaches’ will sign up for their teams practice site and time at the Coaches’ meeting. Season Dates: Dec. 7, 2013-Feb. 22, 2014 Additional Info: The Parks & Recreation Department will make every effort to place your child on a team with a special friend or coach; however we cannot honor all requests. Athletics Staff: 817.410.3470 Rainout Hotline: 817.410.3475 after 3:30 PM For schedules and standings: Registration Information: Space is limited: first come, first served! **Late Registration Fee: All youth leagues are subject to a 10% late registration fee.


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Grapevine Colleyville Youth Football Association (GCYFA)

Grapevine-Southlake Soccer Association (GSSA)

• Flag (non contact) for ages 5 and 6 • Tackle (contact) football for ages 7-11 • Cheer programs for ages 5-11

Recreational Soccer Ages 3-Adult

GCYFA Fun Facts • Home games are played at the best facilities in Grapevine and Colleyville • Other cities participating in the league are Soutlake and Coppell • Coaches take an instructional view of coaching • Focus is on fundamentals of football and safety • Parents are encouraged to participate in GCYFA 2012 Fall Season: Mid Aug. through mid Nov. Eligibility: Must be Grapevine or Colleyville resident, attend a GCISD school or attend private school within Grapevine/Colleyville city limits. Playing division will be determined by age as of June 1. Information and registration information:

Grapevine Youth Wrestling (GYW) GYW is the newest association in town. Come out and join them during workouts. They practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the fall and spring and then move to Wednesdays for summer workouts. Site: GCISD Facilities Day/Time: Tue. and Thur. 7-8:30 PM Coach: Leon Leal Additional Info: For more information, please contact Riqui at 214.924.2952 or 24


Fall Season: Early September through mid-November Spring Season: Early March through mid-May Registration: May-July for Fall, November-January for Spring Website: Office Phone: 817.410.9950

Soccer is a sport that focuses on teamwork rather than emphasizing individual performance. Grapevine-Southlake Soccer Association promotes recreational soccer, where children of all abilities and experience levels are encouraged to participate. Teams are coached by volunteer parents and may practice one or two evenings per week (depending on age). A minimum of eight games are played each season, mostly on Saturdays.

NEW-GSSA is offering Adult Leagues for Summer, Fall and Spring

Grapevine Baseball Softball Association (GBSA) Recreational Baseball & Softball Ages 3-18 Select Baseball ages 8-18 (must attend tryouts and subsequently be selected for a team). Select Softball ages 10-18 (must attend tryouts and subsequently be selected for a team). Spring Registration: Online registration will begin in December at If registering online, must pay with credit card. If mailing downloaded registration form and check, please mail to GBSA – Registration, P. O. Box 1732 Grapevine, TX 76099.

Fall Registration: Online registration will be begin in June at If registering online, must pay with credit card. If mailing downloaded registration form and check, please mail to GBSA – Registration, P. O. Box 1732 Grapevine, TX 76099. For more information, please visit or contact us at 817.329.5505. Sign-up for our mailing list at to be informed of registration dates, select tryouts, rainouts, and other important information.

Softball 2013 Winter Softball Freeze Out Leagues

Sun. COED For Fun Men’s D Men’s E

611101-14 611102-14 611104-14

$150 $260 $260

611407-14 611408-14 611402-14

$260 $260 $260

611501-14 611502-14

$260 $260

Additional Info: Balls must be purchased at the Oak Grove Concession stand. Balls will be available for $5 each and are the only balls that may be used in the Grapevine Leagues. Game Site: Oak Grove Softball Complex, 2700 Dove Loop Road

Spring (Section 11) Registration: Jan. 26-Feb. 2, 2014 Late Registration: Feb. 3-10, 2014** Schedules: Available online Feb. 13, after 12 PM Season Dates: Feb. 23-Apr. 25, 2014 Divisions/Codes/Fees: Sun. Coed For Fun



Men’s D



Men’s E



Men’s Super D



Mon. Coed Rec. NEW-Coed Comp. Tue. Men’s Church Rec. Men’s D

Spring Sand Volleyball Registration: Begins Mar. 23, 2014.

Winter Indoor (Section 12) Registration: Jan. 26-Feb. 2, 2014 Late Registration: Feb. 3-10, 2014** Schedules: Available online Feb. 13, after 12 PM Season Dates: Feb. 17-Apr. 3, 2014

Game Site: Cross Timbers Middle School (2301 Pool Road) Ages: 16 yrs. & up Division/Code/Fee: Coed Open, 611304, $170

Game Site: Cross Timbers Middle School (2301 Pool Road) Ages: 16 yrs. & up Divisions/Codes/Fees: Mon.-Coed Competitive-611204, $170 Wed.-Coed For Fun-611404, $170 Thur.-Coed Rec.-611504, $170

Spring Indoor Volleyball (Section 13 )–NEW Registration: Mar. 23, 2014

$340 $340





Wed. Men’s D



Men’s E



Volleyball Fall Indoor (Section 11) Registration: Aug. 25-Sept. 1 Late Registration: Sept. 2-9** Schedules: Available online Sept. 12, after 12 PM Season Dates: Sept. 16-Nov. 7

611201 611202

Men’s Super E



Thur. Men’s Super D



Men’s D



Coed Rec.



Men’s E





Join us to play softball this winter for five weeks, plus playoffs! Games will be double headers, 30 minutes with a 3/2 count. Registration: Sept. 22-Oct. 28 Season Dates: Dec. 1, 2013-Jan. 30, 2014 Schedules: Available online Nov. 20, after 12 PM Ages: 16 yrs. & up Divisions/Codes/Fees:

Wed. COED Rec Men’s Super E Men’s E Thurs. Men’s Super D Men’s D

Coed Kickball Game Site: Oak Grove Softball, 2700 Dove Loop Lane Ages: 16 yrs. & up Days/Division/Code: Mon., Coed Recreational, 611701

Spring (Section 11) Registration: Jan. 26-Feb. 3 Late Registration: Feb. 3-10 Fee: $340 Schedules: Available online Feb. 13, after 12 PM Season Dates: Feb. 24-April 28 25

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Men’s Flag Football Site: TBA Ages: 16 yrs. & up

– Fall 8 on 8 (Section 11) Registration: Sept. 1-8 Late Registration: Sept. 9-16** Days/Code: Men’s Sundays, 611103 Fee: $335 per team Schedules: Available online Sept. 20, after 12 PM Season Dates: Sept. 22-Nov. 10

– Winter 4 on 4 (Section 11)

– Spring 4 on 4 (Section 12)

Registration: Oct. 20-27 Late Registration: Oct. 28-Nov. 6** Days/Code: 611302, Tuesdays Fee: $250 per team Schedules: Available online Nov. 7, after 12 PM Season Dates: Nov. 19, 2013-Feb. 11, 2014

Registration: Feb. 9-16, 2014 Late Registration: Feb. 17-24, 2014** Days/Code: Tuesdays, 611405 Fee: $250 per team Schedules: Available Mar. 6, after 12 PM Season Dates: Mar. 11-April 29, 2014

– Winter 8 on 8 (Section 12)

– Spring 8 on 8 (Section 13)

Registration: Dec. 22-29 Late Registration: Dec. 30-Jan. 6, 2014** Days/Code: Men’s Sundays, 611103 Fee: $335 per team Schedules: Available online Jan. 9, after 12 PM Season Dates: Jan. 12-Mar. 2, 2014

Registration: Feb. 23-Mar. 2, 2014 Late Registration: Mar. 3-10, 2014** Days/Code: Men’s Sundays, 611103 Fee: $335 per team Schedules: Available online Mar. 13, after 12 PM Season Dates: Mar. 16-June 1, 2014

– Winter (Section 11)

– Spring (Section 12)

Divisions/Codes/Fees: Mon., Recreational 611200-$360 Wed., Recreational 611400-$360 Registration: Oct. 20-27 Late Registration: Oct. 28-Nov. 4** Schedules: Available online Nov. 7, after 12 PM Season Dates: Dec. 1, 2013-Feb. 5, 2014

Days/Divisions/Fees: Mon., Recreation 611200-$360 Wed., Recreation 611400-$360 Registration: Mar. 16-23, 2014 Late Registration: Mar. 24-30, 2014** Schedules: Available online Apr. 3, after 12 PM Season Dates: Apr. 7-Jun. 19, 2014

Men’s Basketball Game Site: GCISD Facilities Ages: 16 yrs. & up

– Fall (Section 14) Divisions/Codes/Fees: Mon., Recreational 611200-$360 Wed., Recreational 611400-$360 Registration: Aug. 11-18 Late Registration: Aug. 19-26** Schedules: Available online Aug. 29, after 12 PM Season Dates: Sept. 1-Nov. 6

For Packet Info:

Adult Athletics Staff: 817.410.3470 Rainout Hotline: 817.410.3475 after 3:30 PM For schedules and standings: Registration Information: Space is limited: first come, first served! **Late Registration Fee: All adult leagues are subject to a 10% late registration fee.



Venue Alert: The Parks and Recreation Department utilizes many facilities that are not owned and/or managed by the City of Grapevine for practices and games. In some cases after our schedules are set, we may receive notice that a particular facility is no longer available for use. In the event that this occurs and there is a last minute cancellation or change, we will make every attempt to notify each team of the change and reschedule your practice or game.

Botanical Gardens Children’s Programs

Pre-registration is required for all programs at BULB FUN

Children will make an apple blossom branch and dried apple craft. Includes a story time. Site: Grapevine Botanical Gardens Pewitt Pavilion Ages: 3-6 yrs. (minimum 5, maximum of 15) Day/Date: Tue., Sept. 17 Time: 4-4:45 PM Code/Fee: 304500-07, $5

Children will plant bulbs to force into flower for the Holidays. Includes a story time Site: Grapevine Botanical Gardens Pewitt Pavilion Ages: 3-6 yrs. (minimum 5, maximum of 15) Day/Date: Tue., Nov. 19 Time: 4-4:45 PM Code/Fee: 304502-01, $5



Children will plant vegetables in the Children’s Garden and each will receive a plant to take home. Includes a story time. Site: Grapevine Botanical Gardens Pewitt Pavilion Ages: 3-6 yrs. (minimum 5, maximum of 15) Day/Date: Tue., Oct. 15 Time: 4-4:45 PM Code/Fee: 304501-07, $5

January is a great time to plant a tree. Children will make a craft from wood and learn about tree cookies. Includes a story time. Site: Grapevine Botanical Gardens Pewitt Pavilion Ages: 3-6 yrs. (minimum 5, maximum of 15) Day/Date: Tue., Jan. 21 Time: 4-4:45 PM Code/Fee: 304503-02, $5



Friends of the Garden For more information regarding this organization, please contact Lisa Adams Grove at or call 817.410.3350.

Guided Tours Docent guided tours are available at no charge but donations are greatly appreciated. Tour request forms are now available online at For more information, please call 817.410.3350.

Volunteers Volunteer in the Botanical Gardens and be a part of this majestic beauty. For more information, please call 817.410.3350. 27

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Botanical Gardens TREE SALE


Grapevine Garden Club will be having a tree sale at the Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park on October 19 from 9 AM-12 PM. The sale will include native and adapted trees and shrubs that are unique and sometimes difficult to find. The sale coincides with Native Texas Plant Week and runs concurrently with Butterfly Flutterby and Nash Farm’s Fall Roundup. Grapevine residents will be able to participate in the tree sharing program by making their purchase at the sale as well. The theme for the sale is “Plant Native-Plant Now” and we hope to see you there! For more information, visit

Please join the Grapevine Garden Club in partnering with the City of Grapevine to raise funds, matching funds, and obtain grants to build a greenhouse at the Grapevine Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park. For more information, visit and click on Greenhouse Project.

BIRD SANCTUARY WEEK Bird Sanctuary Week is January 19-25. The Honorable Mayor William D. Tate will be issuing a proclamation and Grapevine Garden Club will be presenting programs and tours to promote this week of birding. Visitors to the Garden that week can make a tissue roll bird feeder to take home. For more information, please visit

Arbor Day The State of Texas has adopted the first Friday of November as Arbor Day. This year Arbor Day will be hosted on Friday, November 1. Please join us for light refreshments and a tree planting ceremony. Location and time to be announced.



Doggie Dive-In Back by popular demand. Bring your dog for a dive at the 5th Annual Doggie Dive-In. Join other playful pooches at their very own pool party! Play around with your pup in the kiddie pool or let them show off their swimming and diving skills in the competition pool. Participate in one or more of the fun and exciting contests including distance diving, swimming contest and fabulous swim suit competition. Advanced registration suggested. Proof of vaccination required. Two dogs per person allowed. Space is limited. Site: Pleasant Glade Pool, 1805 Hall Johnson Date/Time: Sept. 7, 10 AM-2 PM Fee: $5/dog Code: 509700-06

Sunset Concert Series at the Botanical Gardens-FREE!

Santa Cops

Since the inception of Santa Cops in 1995, the program has assisted many families and children at Christmas. The program has grown every year since then. The Santa Cops program of Grapevine provides toys to economically disadvantaged children in the community. The program is a huge success because of caring citizens, businesses, churches, and civic organizations. Individuals and community groups interested in helping wrap the Santa Cops toys for the children are welcome! The community gift wrapping dates are December 4, 6, 11, 13, and December 18 (if necessary) at 6 PM. Anyone interested in donating a new, unwrapped toy, may take it to the Police Department, at 307 W. Dallas Road, or to several other drop boxes located throughout the city. Drop boxes will be located at the Senior Activities Center, Community Activities Center, Central Fire Station, and City Hall by November 19. Monetary donations are also accepted.

Enjoy a relaxing evening of various music styles surrounded by the beautiful Botanical Gardens. Bring a blanket or chair to relax under the fall sky. Light refreshments will be available or you may bring your own (no alcohol, pets or glass allowed). Grapevine Botanical Garden Docents will be available to answer gardening questions and children's gardening activities will also be available at the Ed & Edith Pewitt Educational Pavilion each evening during the concert series.

For more information, please contact the Community Relations Division of the Police Department – Officer Eric Huski at 817.410.3209, Officer Wade Easley at 817.421.2192 or Officer Scott Rhodes at 972.724.2126.

This year’s line up will include both previous crowd favorites and new artists. Please visit for specific dates and performer bios. Days: Saturdays, 7-9 PM Dates: October 5, 12, 19 Location: Grapevine Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park, 411 Ball St.

Kids, write your letter to Santa and get a response back from the North Pole! Please be sure to include your return address so Santa can mail you a response. Letters should be in the mail boxes by December 18 to ensure a response. Letters may be mailed from any of the following locations: Main Street Gazebo, 325 South Main Street Cotton Belt Depot, 707 South Main Street Community Activities Center, 1175 Municipal Way Days/Dates: Fri., Nov. 29–Thur., Dec. 19 To email a letter to Santa, please send to

Experience the thrills and chills of the 3rd annual GrapeYard event! Enjoy an evening in the great outdoors as our natural wooded areas, trails, lake shore line, camp sites and amphitheater are transformed into captivating familyfriendly Halloween attractions of various fright potential. Walk the Haunted Trail, see the interactive live stage show, hop aboard the Haunted Hayride, play laser tag in the woods, ride the GrapeYard Ghost Train, see live creepy critters, and so much more! Admission is limited and tickets must be purchased in advance due to high demand. Purchase tickets at the Community Activities Center, by calling 817.410.3450 or at

Letters to Santa-FREE


The GrapeYard-Frightfully Fun Family Entertainment

Stay connected by texting 888777 and message the word INFORMED (case sensitive) for Santa Cops information.

Date: Saturday, October 26 Time/Code: 5:30-9:30 PM, 480013-12 Location: The Vineyards Campground & Cabins, 1501 N. Dooley Street A limited number of on-site parking passes are available for $10. All other parking will be available off-site with shuttle service.


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Daddy/Daughter Dance An Evening in Oz

Volunteer at the Visitor Information Center & Festivals

Be swept away to a magical place, "Somewhere over the Rainbow". Enjoy your own journey down the yellow brick road as you encounter the amazing sights, sounds, colors and characters in the Land of Oz. Fathers and daughters will be enchanted by the land of witches, wonder and the great and powerful Oz. Enjoy photo opportunities, delicious desserts, dancing, games, crafts, limo rides, carriage rides and more! Make memories you'll both treasure for a lifetime and remember that "there's no place like home". Tickets go on sale December 31 and are available at the Community Activities Center, or at or by calling 817.410.3450. Space is limited and the event will sell out. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Site: Community Activities Center, 1175 Municipal Way Day/Date: Sat., Feb. 1, 2014 Fee: $15/person on or before Jan. 20, $20/person after Jan. 20 Ages/Time/Code: Daughters 0-7 yrs., 4-6 PM, 709752-7A Daughters 8-18 yrs., 7-9 PM, 709752-7B Note: Tickets will not be sold at the event. Dads, if you have daughters in both age groups, you may select either time.

Be a part of the team of volunteers who greet visitors at the Visitor Information Center (VIC) located in the Grapevine Cotton Belt Depot, 705 S. Main! The Depot is open seven days a week. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer–get on board at the Depot! Please call 817.410.8136 for more information. Volunteer opportunities are also available for the many Grapevine Festivals and Events. For more information, please call 817.410.3185.

Mother/Son Date Night Experiments in the Laboratory of Fun Enter the Mad Scientist's laboratory, full of bubbling beakers, exploding potions, and electrifying experiments! Mother and Son will enjoy an evening dancing The Robot, stretching slime, testing gravity, feasting on freaky fun foods and enjoying much more in the wacky and bizarre Laboratory of Fun! Throw on your rubber gloves and lab coat for one night of explosive entertainment. Tickets go on Sale December 31 and are available at the Community Activities Center, online at or by calling 817.410.3450. Space is limited. Site: Community Activities Center, 1175 Municipal Way Day/Date: Sat., Mar. 1, 2014 Fee: $12 per person Time/Code: 7-9 PM, 709753-3

National Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day

Join the City of Grapevine and the Dallas Off Road Biking Association (DORBA) in celebrating National Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day. We will host beginners’ clinics, family friendly trail rides and tours and a lunch time grill out. Local bike shops will be on site to provide tutorials and free wrench support. 30 Site: Horseshoe Trail (Boathouse Lane) Date/Time: Oct. 5, 9 AM-1 PM


Family Camp Out Grapevine Lake Weekend Family Camp out at meadowmere Park on Grapevine Lake. Join Adventure Team & Adventure Team Kids for a family camp out at Meadowmere Park on Grapevine Lake. Dinner, s’mores, a campfire (weather permitting), full breakfast, and all activities such as archery, horseshoes, fishing, frisbee, etc. are included in the price. Campers will need to provide tent and sleeping bags, as well as anything you will need in your camp area. If you don't have a sleeping bag and tent, let us know! We can also help you with rental gear. For detailed information or to register, please visit or contact Jennifer Patterson at 972.741.9169. Dates: Oct. 12 & 13 Fee: Adults $35/Children $25 (under age 3-FREE)

Tower Gallery & Grand Gallery 636 S. Main St.

Monday – Friday, 8 AM–6 PM; Saturday 10 AM–6:30 PM and Sunday 12–5 PM. Free admission. Sept. 20–Oct. 31: Texas Sculpture Association 2013 Juried Show Nov. 4–30: 32nd Annual Pastel Society of the Southwest National Juried Show Dec. 1, 2013–Jan. 31, 2014: South on Main Artists Annual Show & Sale Feb. 8–28, 2014: Mail Call

Grapevine Market Liberty Park, 215 S. Main St.

Thursdays & Saturdays, through Oct. 19; 9 AM to 2 PM Come experience open air, European-style shopping in Historic Downtown Grapevine.

Grapevine Vintage Railroad Cotton Belt Depot, 705 S. Main St. Hop aboard the Grapevine Vintage Railroad and step back in time to the 19th century. Saturday and Sunday: Round trip from Grapevine to the Fort Worth Stockyards; departs at 1 PM. Visit for more information. Great Train Robberies: Saturdays and Sundays through Labor Day. Sept. 2 – Labor Day Train Oct. 27 – Halloween Treat Train Oct. 31 – All Hallows Eve Train; 7:30 PM

27th Annual GrapeFest® Historic Downtown Grapevine

Grapevine Farmers Market Town Square Gazebo, 325 S. Main St.

Sept. 12, 13, 14 & 15 Join wine novices and connoisseurs at the largest wine festival in the Southwest. Sample award-winning Texas wines at this annual event offering four full days of fun! You can walk down Historic Main Street and sample some of the best that the Texas wine industry has to offer, take the kids to the carnival midway, enjoy sensational live music and attend one of our sophisticated food and wine affairs. For details, visit

First Friday & Classic Film Series Palace Theatre, 300 S. Main St. – 7:30 PM

16th Annual Butterfly Flutterby Grapevine Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park, 411 Ball St. (new location)

Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays, through Oct. 19; 8 AM to 4 PM Enjoy locally grown produce from local, regional and Texas farmers. For produce information, visit

Enjoy a movie in the Historic Palace Theatre. Ticket prices are $5 per person. For more information, visit or call 817.410.3100.

7:30 PM. One of the premier live country music shows in the nation. All shows subject to change. Call 817.481.8733 or visit for updated show and ticket information.

Nash Farm Activities & Events Nash Farm, 626 Ball St.

Enjoy old-fashioned family fun at the farm! For full schedule and details, visit Sept. 7 - Italian Car Fest; 10 AM - 4 PM Oct. 4 - Campfire Cooking; 10 AM - 2 PM Oct. 19 - 13th Annual Fall Round-Up; 10 AM - 2 PM Oct. 26 - Bewitched by the Barn; 7 - 9 PM Nov. 1 - Textiles; 10 AM - 2 PM Dec. 6 - Farm Fun; 10 AM - 2 PM Dec. 7 - Victorian Christmas; 3 PM - 6 PM Jan. 18 & 19, 2014 - Butchering & Curing; 10 AM - 2 PM; Reservations required. Feb. 15, 2014 - Bread Making; Reservations required.

Hallo-Wine Trail – Historic Downtown Grapevine

Oct. 26; 11 AM - 5 PM Get into costume and join this wine trail for a spooky good time. The wine trail includes visits to winery tasting rooms in Grapevine and features a chilling Murder Mystery. Clues to the mystery may be found at each winery. Visit for complete details.


Grapevine Opry Palace Theatre, 300 S. Main St. – most Saturday nights;

Oct. 19; 10 AM – 2 PM Free Admission. Calling all kids! Come to Grapevine to celebrate the migration of the Monarch Butterfly from Canada to Mexico. The fun starts with a parade of children and pets in butterfly costumes. Enjoy butterfly exhibits, gardening seminars, and all sorts of interactive butterfly arts and crafts, exhibits and entertainment! For details, visit

7th Annual Candlelight Tour of Homes Historic Downtown Grapevine

Nov. 9; 4–7 PM; $10 per person Historic homes in Grapevine will be open to the public for touring. For details, visit

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Christmas Capital of Texas® There is no better place to spend Christmas than in the Christmas Capital of Texas! Grapevine is the essence of Christmas décor, as the city is blanketed with millions of lights, enormous decorations, animated characters, and over 1,400 events. Please visit frequently, as events are updated as the holiday season approaches!

Lone Star Christmas, ICE! & Snow! Gaylord Texan Resort; 1501 Gaylord Trail Mid-November thru early January 2014 Lone Star Christmas at Gaylord Texan Resort will feature more than 1.5 million lights on display, a 52 foot rotating tree and lavish decorations. Imagine a 14,000-square-foot structure, filled with two million pounds of “ICE!” kept at nine degrees. “ICE!” is part of the Gaylord Texan’s Lone Star Christmas celebration, which features holiday activities for the entire family. For additional information, visit

Carol of Lights Town Square Gazebo, 325 S. Main St. Nov. 25, 2013; 7PM Sparkle and shine in the heart of Historic Downtown Grapevine. Guests will enjoy musical performances and hot chocolate will be available.

Light Show Spectacular Town Square Gazebo, 325 S. Main St. Nov. 26 through Jan. 5, 2014 Be sure to stop by as the Christmas Light Show Spectacular, a 25-minute synchronized light display, runs every 30 minutes starting at 6 PM at the Gazebo.

Christmas Shows at the Historic Palace Theatre 300 S. Main St. Texas Tenors Mixing country and classical music with their own Texas Tenor flavor, they will bring Christmas audiences to their feet. For tickets, visit or call 817.410.3100. Dec. 18, 19, 20, 21 & 22; 7:30 PM.; $30 per person.

Grapevine Live Concert Series For more information, visit or call 817.410.3100. Enjoy all your favorite Elvis Christmas tunes with a little Blue Suede Shoes on the side. December 1, Kraig Parker’s Elvis Christmas Live!; 4 PM. $15 children; $27 adults.

North Pole Express®, Grapevine Vintage Railroad 705 S. Main St. Nov. 29, 30 & Dec. 1; Dec. 6-8; 13-15 & 20-22 All aboard! Enjoy a fun-filled, 30-minute ride on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad’s holiday themed train. So, wear your PJs and ride the Grapevine Vintage Railroad this season. Visit for more details.

Parade of Lights, Historic Downtown Grapevine Dec. 5; 7 PM Thousands of merrymakers will witness an enchanting display of over 100 colorfully lighted floats that will pass through Historic Downtown Grapevine. Rolling to the tune of numerous marching bands playing holiday music, the Grapevine Parade of Lights is North Texas’ largest lighted Christmas parade. The parade begins at Main Street and Vine Street and heads north on Main Street to Wall Street. The parade is free and open to the public.

Christmas on Main, Historic Downtown Grapevine Nov. 29, 30 & Dec. 1; Dec. 6- 8; 13-15 & 20-22 Christmas on Main Street will feature jolly Christmas characters, tractor-drawn wagon rides and decorations adorning the mile-long stretch of Grapevine's Historic Main Street. Special guests include Ellie the Elf, Frosty the Snowman, Santa on stilts and a talking Christmas Tree. Tractor-drawn wagon rides are $1 per person, all ages, per ride.


For more information about Grapevine’s special events and festivals, please call 817.410.3185 or visit


“Snowland TM” Great Wolf Lodge, 100 Great Wolf Dr.

After Christmas Train Rides Grapevine Vintage Railroad, 705 S. Main St.

Throughout December Daily snow shows inside the Grand Lobby. Appearances by Santa, holiday sing-a-longs, Santa’s workshop, Great Clock Tower holiday show and much more. Visit for more details.

Dec. 26-30; 1 PM With all of the family in town, come out and hop aboard the Grapevine Vintage Railroad for a step-back in time. This week only, trains depart every day from the Grapevine Depot at 1 PM and travel to the historic Fort Worth Stockyards.

Christmas Wine Trains Cotton Belt Depot, 705 S. Main St.

Sweetheart Wine Trail Historic Downtown Grapevine

Dec. 12 & 19; 7 PM Get into the holiday spirit aboard a Christmas Wine Train, featuring festive treats and wine. The Christmas Wine Trains are open to adults 21 years and over.

Feb. 8 & 9, 2014; 11 AM - 5 PM Love is in the air and a romantic, heart-felt toast is underway. It’s the ideal place for wine enthusiasts and romantics to celebrate the holiday of love. Visit for complete details.


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The Parks and Recreation Department offers pavilions and meeting rooms to its citizens for meetings and/or events. There is a minimal charge for the rental of the Bessie Mitchell House and the Merlot Community Room and you must be a Grapevine resident or Grapevine Business Owner to reserve one of these two facilities. Grapevine residents and non-Grapevine residents may reserve the Trawick Pavilion, Jackson Pavilion, Meadowmere Pavilion, Parr Park Pavilion, Dove Park Pavilions, Pickering Park Pavilion and Bear Creek Park Pavilion.

Meadowmere Park Pavilion - 3000 Meadowmere Lane Located in Meadowmere Park on Lake Grapevine, this pavilion is ideal for large family and/or corporate gatherings. This facility offers a beautiful lakeview, covered seating for up to 40 people, large grill, restrooms and access to a great playground.

Jackson Pavilion (Rockledge Park) - 3501 Pavilion Place Located in Rockledge Park on Lake Grapevine, this pavilion is ideal for large family and/or corporate gatherings. The pavilion seats up to 260 people and has two large barbecue grills. Open space is available for games or other entertainment. Restrooms are within a short walking distance. Jackson Pavilion is located on the North side of Grapevine Lake.

Trawick Pavilion - 2700 Darren G. Medlin Trail Located in Oak Grove Park on Grapevine Lake. This pavilion is ideal for large family and/or corporate gatherings, seats up to 260 people and has two large barbecue grills. Open space is available for games or other entertainment. Restrooms are within short walking distance. Trawick Pavilion is located at Oak Grove Loop and Darren G. Medlin Trail.


For more information regarding rental facilities, please see page 39 or visit To reserve a facility, please call 817.410.3470. 817.410.3450


SENIOR ACTIVITIES CENTER 421 Church Street • 817.410.3465 • Fax 817.410.8147

Welcome 55+: The Grapevine Senior Activities Center is supported by the

City of Grapevine and is open to any senior, age 55 and over.

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday: 8 AM-3 PM Transportation The Senior Activities Center provides transportation for Grapevine residents to and from the Center Monday through Friday. Also provided and scheduled by the Center are opportunities for transportation to the bank, post office, grocery shopping, and various Center activities and special events. Daily transportation reservations are required by 12 PM the preceding day.


The Northeast Transportation Service is operated by Catholic Charities for seniors 60 and over, the disabled and/or the transportation disadvantaged. Call NETS at 817.336.8714.

Project Cell Phone – 911

This project places donated, usable, deactivated cellular phones into the hands of Seniors to be used, at no charge, for emergencies only. Cell phones and their chargers may be donated and/or Seniors may pick up a cell phone at the Senior Activities Center.


Health and Nutrition Education

There are many opportunities available to teach classes, provide transportation for medical needs and much more. For more information, please call 817.410.3465.

Educational programs provided by health care professionals. Flu shots offered in the fall. Blood pressure checks provided by Woodridge at Grapevine Health and Rehabilitation.

Field Trips

SeniorMovers This volunteer-based program assists with the medical and dental transportation needs of the Grapevine Senior population. Riders must be pre-registered, give 48 hours notice of need and require very minimal assistance. For information about this program, please call 817.410.3465.

Friends Of The Grapevine Senior Activities Center (FOGSAC) Tax deductible donations for this 501(c)(3) corporation are used to improve technology, to supplement recurring programs and to further educational opportunities for seniors in the area. Please call 817.410.3465 for more information.


Senior Citizen Services of Greater Tarrant County, Inc. provides hot lunches that supply one-third of the RDA at 12 PM, Monday through Friday. For those under 60, the cost of the meal is $6. For those 60+ and their spouse, the meal is available for a suggested contribution of $2. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance.


Megan’s Lunch Bunch, Culture Club, museums, plays, concerts, exhibits, festivals, shopping, early voting and more are offered. For more information, please call 817.410.3465.

Special Events

Holiday celebrations, tournaments, income tax preparation assistance, benefits counseling and more!

Grapevine Senior Citizens Advisory Board

This City Council-appointed Board meets the first Tuesday of each even-numbered month at 3:30 PM to address senior issues in our community. This is an open meeting. Changes or cancellations will be posted on

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CLASS/ACTIVITY DAY/TIME AARP Driver Safety (registration required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .As scheduled/1 day from 1-5 PM Advisory Council . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Wednesday at 11 AM Advisory Council Participants Meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Following day at 12:30 PM Bank and Post Office Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First week of each month Bingo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesdays at 12:45 PM Birthday Party (reservations required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Tuesday of each month at lunch Blood Pressure Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesdays at 10 AM Bowling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesdays at 9:45 AM Card Making . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mondays at 1 PM Ceramics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fridays at 10 AM Chair Exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesday-Friday at 9:45 AM Chorus (call for details) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thursdays at 10:30 AM Computer Classes (must pre-register) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Registration: Sept. 30, and/or Jan. 6, 2014 Culture Club (Fee $10 per year) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 1, 2013-May 31, 2014 Fraternal Order of Plaid Shirts (FOPS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Time Varies. Please call 817.410.3465 for schedule Go-Go Girls from Grapevine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Time Varies. Please call 817.410.3465 for schedule Grapevine Shopping (Wal-Mart, Target, etc.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesdays at 9:45 AM Grocery Shopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesdays at 12:45 PM Hot Breakfast (reservations required-$3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Second Wednesday of each month from 8-9:30 AM Jewelry Making . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thursdays at 10 AM Knitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesdays at 10 AM Line Dancing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thursdays at 1:15 PM and 2:15 PM Mah Jongg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mondays at 2 PM Music Jam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mondays at 9:30 AM Oil Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesdays from 10 AM-12 PM Quilting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesdays at 10 AM SCS hot lunches (reservations required: suggested contribution $2) . . . . . . .Monday-Friday at 12 PM SilverSneakers Classic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mondays and Wednesdays at 1 PM, Fridays at 11 AM SilverSneakers Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thursdays at 1 PM Strength Training (Fee: $10 per month) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mondays & Wednesdays at 11 AM Table Games (Bridge, Dominoes, Pinochle, Pool) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Monday-Friday from 8 AM-3 PM excluding Tuesday afternoon T’ai Chi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mondays & Fridays at 9:50 AM Walking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mon., Thurs., Fri. at 9:45 AM, Tue. at 10 AM Watercolor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tuesdays at 12:30 PM 817.410.3450

Senior Adult PROGRAMS Newsletter: The Grape Affair

Grapevine residents age 55 or older who would like to receive the monthly newsletter, may call 817.410.3465. If you are currently receiving the newsletter and would prefer not to, please call and let us know.

SilverSneakers Classic

SilverSneakers Yoga

Your whole body moves through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Day/Time: Thurs., 1 PM

Culture Club

Teaming with Artreach, we offer a variety of trips to symphonies, plays, musicals and concerts. Become a member any time. Annual Membership: Jun. 1, 2013-May 31, 2014 Fee: $10 per year Additional Info: Priority is given to Grapevine residents.

T’ai Chi-FREE

No-impact exercise combining gentle, fluid movements and thoughtful concentration to create the total mind, body and spirit workout. Day/Time: Mon. & Fri., 9:50 AM

Fraternal Order of Plaid Shirts Designed for the novice as well as the advanced (FOPS) artist. Work on independent projects and receive guidance from a qualified teacher. Day/Time: Tue., 10 AM

Touring Lunch

Learn about services and facilities related to senior interests while enjoying a progressive lunch. Day/Time: Sat., Oct. 19, 9:30 AM-2 PM Fee: $5

Join a group of gentlemen who fraternize once a month to enjoy a variety of tours and lunch. Days/Time: Varies Please call 817.410.3465 for schedule.

Canadian Rockies Rail Highlights with Collette Vacations

Join a bowling-for-fun, non-league group. Meet at the SAC; transportation provided to and from Showplace Lanes. Usually 2-3 games are played. Day/Time: Tue., 9:45 AM-1 PM Cost: $2.25/game

This 8 day trip begins in Calgary and heads into the wondrous Rockies. Highlights include Banff and Yoho National Park, Icefields Parkway, Jaspar, a luxurious train ride on VIA Rail’s The Canadian, and Vancouver. Per person rates which include round trip airfare, hotel transfers, and air taxes and surcharges are: double $3,249; single $3,649; and triple $3,219. A $100 discount applies if you book before October 27. Cancellation waiver and insurance may be purchased for $305 per person. A deposit of $250 is due November 20 to secure your reservation. Final payment is due February 26. For more information, contact the SAC. Travel Dates: April 27 – May 4, 2014

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Computer Classes

Many topics are covered in classes for the beginner to the advanced. Registration: Sept. 30 and/or Jan. 6, 2014 Walk-Ins: 9 AM-12 PM Call-Ins: 1-2 PM


A variety of field trips planned exclusively for women on the go! Join the fun! Day/Time: Varies Please call 817.410.3465 for schedule.

Senior Strength Training

A great class designed for seniors to help promote all important bone density, strength, and flexibility. A fun motivating class with various exercises that will make a difference and are age and multi-level appropriate. Sitting and standing exercises are used for a fun, healthy, overall workout. Beginners to advanced will enjoy this class. Days/Time: Mon. & Wed., 11-11:30 AM Fee: $10/month


Exercises designed to increase muscular strength and endurance and range of motion, resulting in functional improvements in posture, balance, weight transfer activities, coordination, agility, and body awareness. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Day: Mon. and Wed. at 1 PM Fri. at 11 AM

Oil Painting-FREE

Dreaming of being published? Learn how to dust those manuscripts off, get them self-published and make money. Bring your wireless laptops or tablets to class. Days: Thursdays Dates/Time: Sept. 19, 26 at 1-3 PM

Card Making Classes

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COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES CENTER 1175 MUNICIPAL WAY • 817.410.3450 The Community Activities Center offers many leisure opportunities for the citizens of Grapevine through its amenities, programs and activities, promoting fitness, wellness and a higher quality of life. The Center offers two full-sized gymnasiums, two racquetball courts, a weight/ cardiovascular room, locker rooms with showers, jogging track, class/meeting rooms and a game room. All family members five years of age and older must purchase yearly membership ID cards to use the Center. Before purchasing or renewing a resident or Grapevine business owner membership ID card, residents must provide proof of residency and business owners must provide a DBA certificate and documentation showing the business physical address.

Facility Hours Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . .5:30 AM-10 PM Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30 AM-7 PM Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 AM-7 PM Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6 PM Labor Day, Sept. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 AM-7 PM Thanksgiving, Nov. 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Closed Christmas, Dec. 24 & 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Closed New Years Day, Jan.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Closed

Gymnasiums Drop-in Basketball/Volleyball will be available during designated times. Organized practices are not permitted (excluding reservations). During free play, junior or official size basketballs and official size volleyballs may be checked out with a membership ID at the front desk.

REGISTRATION FEES Fees may be paid by cash, check, Mastercard, Visa, or money order at time of registration. Make checks payable to the city of Grapevine. Returned checks will be subject to a $20 charge. All program fees are regulated according to the cost of the instructor, supplies and minimum class enrollment. Some programs may require additional fees or supplies. No programs are held on holidays recognized by Grapevine Parks and Recreation. All fees collected, support and 38 finance these programs. 817.410.3450


Children’s Activities Center

Drop-in play is on a first-come, first-served basis. Both North and South racquetball courts are available for one-hour reservations at $4 per hour. The North court will be used as a challenge court during posted times.

Quality supervision and activities for children. Age-appropriate, physical and intellectually stimulating activities will be offered. Parent must remain in the building. Reservations may be made three days in advance. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Ages: 3 mo.-6 yrs. Fees: $20/ten visits, CAC members & residents $30/ten visits, non-residents (advance reservations required).

Members may reserve courts in person or via phone (817.410.3450). Reservations must be made at least two hours in advance, but no more than two days in advance. Members must complete their first reservation before making another reservation. Members 12 years of age and under must be with an adult on the court. Racquets, goggles and balls are available to check out at the front desk.

Annual Membership Fees Grapevine Resident/Business Owner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35 per year Resident Family . . . . . . . . $85 per year Guest Pass, with member. . . . . . $5 daily Only one guest per member, per visit. Mandatory (Children 9 yrs. of age and under must always be accompanied by an adult.)

WAITING LIST If the class/program you desire has already filled, staff will return your fee and keep your registration form. You will be notified if a space becomes available or a new class is formed. Program openings will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis from the waiting list. Register Early!

Weight/Cardiovascular Room

The Grapevine Community Activities Center offers Hoist weight equipment, functional trainer, free weight benches, a Smith machine, dumb bells, topof-the-line Precor stationary bicycles, stair climbers, elliptical trainers and treadmills are available for use by individuals 16 years of age and older. Individuals 13-15 years of age may use the weight room if accompanied by an adult. Children age 12 and under are not allowed access to the fitness room. No sports bras, bare midriffs or any other clothing that exposes the torso will be allowed in the fitness room. Our Cardio Theater System is designed to enhance your exercise experience. Personal training is available. No outside personal trainers receiving compensation for services are permitted.

It is not necessary to be a member of the Community Activities Center to register for Parks & Recreation programs.


The H.E.R.O. Assistance Program (Helping Everyone enjoy Recreational Opportunities) assists Grapevine citizens of all ages participate in city-sponsored recreation programs that they are unable to afford. For more information please call 817.410.3470.


Your satisfaction is important to us! If you are not completely satisfied with your class, please notify us. The following are general guidelines for refunds: 1) A refund may be prorated dependent upon the date of the request. Refunds must be requested prior to the midpoint of that session. 2) All requests for refunds will be reviewed by staff. 3) A Refund Request Form must be completed in person or with a staff member via telephone. Forms may be obtained at the Community Activities Center. 4) Refunds will be refunded back to the credit card charged and applied to the household account for future use, or processed and a check returned. No cash refunds.


All programs must have a minimum number of participants in order to be conducted. If a program does not meet this minimum, no later than 48 hours prior to the program start date, the class may cancel/combine or make any revisions necessary. A full refund will be processed and mailed. Please allow 3-weeks for refund.


Participants must recognize that all classes/activities of a physical nature involve some risk, and by registering for a class/activity of this nature there is an assumption of risk by the participant. The City of Grapevine Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to providing safe facilities and equipment for all participants, as well as qualified staff and instructors. Every effort is made to ensure the safety of the participants and to provide them with first-class leisure activities, facilities and parks. In the event of a serious accident or illness, it is the policy of the City of Grapevine to: 1) contact Grapevine Fire Department Emergency Services to perform first aid, and when necessary, recommend transportation to a hospital; 2) reach the parent and/or legal guardian as soon as the situation allows.


Lake Park Pavilions


Jackson Pavilion (Grapevine residents) $350/day (non-residents Mon.-Thur.) $350/day (non-residents Fri., Sat., Sun.) $390/day For the Jackson, Trawick, Meadowmere and Vineyards Campground Pavilions, all paid reservations canceled prior to 14 days from date of event, will have a $25 cancelation fee. Any cancelations within 14 days of the rental, will have a $100 cancelation fee. This is a cancelation for any reason, including weather. Rain checks accepted.

Grapevine residents and non-residents may reserve outdoor pavilions at Parr Park, Dove Park, Bear Creek Park and Pickering Park. Trawick, Jackson and Vineyards Pavilions are on Lake Grapevine and accommodate large parties. For indoor facilities, the Bessie Mitchell Meeting Facility and Merlot Community Rooms are available for Grapevine residents and businesses only. For information on these facilities, please call 817.410.3470.

Small Park Pavilions Dove Park Pavilion - North (residents) $30/3 hrs. ($10 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $40/3 hrs. ($15 each additional hr.) Parr Park Pavilion near Sprayground (residents) $30/3 hrs. ($10 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $40/3 hrs. ($15 each additional hr.)

Trawick Pavilion (Grapevine residents) $350/day (non-residents Mon.-Thur.) $350/day (non-residents Fri., Sat., Sun.) $390/day

Meadowmere Park Pavilion Mar. 1-Sept. 30 Rates (Grapevine residents) (non-residents)

$275/day $325/day

Please call 817.410.3470 for AM and PM Rates.

Parr Park Pavilion near Playground (residents) $30/3 hrs. ($10 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $40/3 hrs. ($15 each additional hr.) Heritage Park Pavilion (residents) $30/3 hrs. ($10 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $40/3 hrs. ($15 each additional hr.) Bear Creek Pavilion (residents) $30/3 hrs. ($10 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $40/3 hrs. ($15 each additional hr.) Sprayground Cabanas 3 at Dove Park (A, B, C) 1 at Parr Park (residents) $30/3 hrs. ($10 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $40/3 hrs. ($15 each additional hr.)

Large Park Pavilions Parr Park Pavilion (residents) $100/3 hrs. ($20 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $150/3 hrs. ($25 each additional hr.) Pickering Park Pavilion (residents) $100/3 hrs. ($20 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $150/3 hrs. ($25 each additional hr.) Dove Park Casey’s Clubhouse Pavilion (residents) $100/3 hrs. ($20 each additional hr.) (non-residents) $150/3 hrs. ($25 each additional hr.)

Vineyards Pavilion (Grapevine residents) $360/day (non-residents Mon.-Thur.) $360/day (non-residents Fri., Sat., Sun.) $375/day

Indoor Rental Facilities *Bessie Mitchell Facility

$100/2 hr.

(Grapevine residents only)

$50 each additional hr.

*Merlot Community Room (Grapevine residents only)

$100/2hr. $50 each additional hr.

For The Vineyards Campground & Cabins reservations, please call 817.329.8993. * Rates subject to change per City Council approval. Weddings at Botanical Gardens $400/3 hrs. (Grapevine residents only) Grapevine residents (only) may reserve their wedding at the Botanical Gardens in Heritage Park. For more information, please call 817.410.3470. Lake Parks annual passes are available at The Vineyards Campground and Cabins, 1501 North Dooley Street, Meadowmere Park, 3000 Meadowmere Lane, and Rockledge Park, 3600 Pilot Point, Grapevine. These calendar year passes provide holders use of all nine public boat ramps in Grapevine and access to Meadowmere and Rockledge Parks. Join us in the great outdoors!

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CLASS STATS 817.410.3450






CAC Members/Residents: Non-Residents:

Aug. 25-Sept. 7 Sept. 1-7

6 wks.

Sept. 15


CAC Members/Residents: Non-Residents:

Oct. 13-26 Oct. 20-26

6 wks.

Nov. 3

Dec. 8-21 Dec. 15-21

6 wks.

Jan. 5

(No Classes held Nov. 24-30)


CAC Members/Residents: Non-Residents:

ALL CLASSES will be held at the Community Activities Center unless otherwise noted. It is not necessary to be a member of the Community Activities Center to register for parks and recreation programs.


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__________________________________________________________________________________________$_______ __________________________________________________________________________________________$_______ Yes o No o $1 H.E.R.O. Program donation (see page 39 for more info)

PAYMENT METHOD: o Mastercard

o Visa o Check (Payable to “City of Grapevine”) o Cash


Expiration Date ___________________ I do hereby release, absolve, indemnify, and hold harmless the City of Grapevine and its employees, activity officials, activity supervisors, any or all of them in the event of any accident, injury or death sustained by the above named participant(s) while being transported to or from an activity, or while participating in any activity, from any liability of any kind whatsoever. I also give permission for any photographs taken during these activities to be utilized for promotional uses by the PARD now and in the future. I, the parent or legal guardian of the above named participant, do hereby give my approval for participation in any and all of the program’s activities.

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Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian Signature

Please call 817.410.3450 if you require special accommodations to participate in the programs for which you are registering. 817.410.3450



REGISTRATIONS WILL BE PROCESSED ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. NO EARLY REGISTRATION WILL BE ACCEPTED. SEE REGISTRATION DATES ON PAGE 40. ONLINE REGISTRATION is available online at You must have a user ID and password, which may be obtained at the Community Activities Center. Visa or MasterCard required for payment. Due to fee structure, some classes may not be available on-line. Due to fees not being discounted online, HERO recipients cannot register via the internet.

DROP-OFF REGISTRATION is available 24 hours a day in the Community Activities Center drop box, located to the left of the front doors. Include registration form and payment in a sealed envelope marked “Playbook.” Registrations will be processed the following business day.

PHONE-IN REGISTRATION is available for households that have previously registered for Parks and Recreation programs and are therefore already in our computer system. Payment must be made with Visa or MasterCard. Memberships may not be processed over the phone. Please have your Playbook and credit card available to expedite registration. Please call 817.410.3450 for phonein registrations.

must be received prior to the last day of registration unless otherwise stated. Please mail the completed registration form and payment to: “Playbook” P.O. Box 95104 • Grapevine, TX 76099

Please fax completed registration form to 817.410.3095. Include Visa or MasterCard number and expiration date. Available 24 hours a day. Please call 817.410.3470 for confirmation that fax was received. FAX-IN REGISTRATION



911 Plaza Austin Oaks Park Banyan Park Bear Creek Park Bellaire Park Big Bear Creek Nature Preserve Botanical Gardens at Heritage Park Cannon Elementary C.J. Hutchings Park Casey’s Clubhouse Cluck Park Community Activities Center Convention Center/Library Cross Timbers Middle School Dove Waterpark Dove Crossing Park Dove Elementary Faith Christian School Glade Crossing Park Glade Landing Park Hazy Meadows Park Heritage Center Heritage Park Heritage Elementary Highpoint Park Horseshoe Trails Park In-Line Hockey Facility

2 Texan Trail 528 Austin Creek Drive 350 Banyan Drive 3230 S. State Hwy 360 1004 Pine Street 3010 Parr Lane 411 Ball Park 1300 W. College 1201 Cable Creek Drive 1509 Hood Lane 312 Central Drive 1175 Municipal Way 1201 Municipal Way 2301 Pool Road 1509 Hood Lane 1701 Stoneway Drive 1932 Dove Road 730 E. Worth 512 Westbury Drive 5201 Brettenmeadow Drive 4300 Hazy Meadows Drive 701 S. Main Street 200 Ball Street 4500 Heritage Road 4121 Freeport Parkway 2099 Hood Lane 240 E. Nash


WALK-IN REGISTRATION will be accepted at the Community Activities Center. See page 38 for hours of operation. (See “Drop-Off” instructions for your convenience.)

Jackson Pavilion Katie’s Woods Park Lakeview Park Liberty Park Meadowmere Park Meadowmere Soccer Oak Grove Ballfield Complex Oak Grove Soccer Complex Oak Grove Softball Complex Oak Ridge Park Parkwood Park Parr Park & Sprayground Pecan Park Pickering Park Pleasant Glade Pool Rockledge Park Senior Activities Center Shadow Glen Park Silverlake Elementary Sunshine Harbor Park The Vineyards Campground & Cabins Timberline Elementary Town Square Trawick Pavilion Wall-Farrar Park Yorkshire Meadows Park

3501 Pavilion Place 1700 Katie’s Woods Drive 3850 Lakeview Drive 215 S. Main Street 3000 Meadowmere Lane 3295 Perch Lane West 2520 Oak Grove Loop South 1299 Oak Grove Loop North 2700 Dove Loop Road 2590 Juniper Lane 1901 Woodcreek Drive 3010 Parr Lane 4200 Halmont Drive 1901 Kimball Road 1805 Hall-Johnson 3600 Pilot Point 421 S. Church Street 1815 Altacrest Drive 1351 N. Dooley 821 Dawn Lane 1501 N. Dooley Street 3220 Timberline Road 325 S. Main Street 2700 Darren G. Medlin Trail W.D. Tate & State Hwy 360 2710 Whitby Lane

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Men’s Basketball Men’s Flag Football Softball Volleyball

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BOTANICAL GARDENS An Apple a Day Arbor Day Bird Sanctuary Week Bulb Fun Friends of the Garden Guided Tours Greenhouse Project Time for Gardening Tree Sale Tree Time Volunteers

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Art Class Drawing & Pastels Master Musical Theatre Mini Masters Musical Theatre Private Piano Lessons Teen Musical Theatre



15-Minute Sculpt Express-NEW Beginner Yoga Camp Coleman Camp Gladiator Fitness Camps Coleman Cross Training Core Therapy Cyclelates Early Bird Fit Fencing Fit Carlyle’s Trainer’s Choice/ Wellness Program Fit Carlyle’s Wellness-NEW Indoor Cycling Jazzercise Legends Martial Arts Lil’ Legends Pre-K Karate Lunch Time Quick Fit - NEW Maxburn Fusion Personal Touch Personal Training Pilates PiYo-NEW Racquetball Strength Stretch/Powerblast Plus Strength, Stretch & Flex Stress Reduction Program Stroller Strides Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido Zumba Ultimate Fitness Camp Unlimited Beginner Yoga Weekend Warrior-NEW White Belt Karate Zumba Fitness


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Parade of Lights Santa Cops Snowland Sunset Concert Series at the Botanical Gardens Sweetheart Wine Trail Tower Gallery The Vineyards Campground & Cabins on Grapevine Lake Volunteer at the Visitor Information Center & Festivals

Active Adult Kayaking Tour Advancing Kayaker Workshop

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Grapevine Golf Grapevine Tennis Tournament Listings Tournament Tough Tennis Classes Adult Tennis Leagues

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Meadowmere Park RISE End of Summer Bash Rockledge Park The Vineyards Campground

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SPECIAL INTEREST Advanced Intermediate Gymnastics All Adult Dance Babysitter’s ARC Certification Beginning Gymnastics 1 Beginning Gymnastics 2 Citizen’s Police Academy City-Wide Garage Sale Clogging Community First Aid & Safety Defensive Driving Funscape Garage Sale Getting Paid to Talk Grapevine Citizen’s Fire Academy Grapevine Citizen’s Police Academy Introductory Photography Intermediate Photography Keep Grapevine Beautiful Men’s Pickup Basketball KGVB Upcoming Events National Night Out Number Sense-NEW R.A.D. Systems Runners and Walkers Club Texas Concealed Handgun Vinyasa Yoga-New Volunteerism in Grapevine

CACs Preschool Play Time Dance Parent & Me Abrakadoodle-NEW Pre-School Abrakadoodle Preschool Playtime PLUS Pee Wee Basketball Pre-School Gymnastics RARE Early Learners’ Day Out Soccer Skills Academy Tumbling for Tots


SENIOR ADULTS Activities Schedule Games, Clubs and Activities Senior Activities Center

SPECIAL EVENTS 7th Annual Candlelight Tour of Homes 16th Annual Butterfly Flutterby 27th Annual GrapeFest® After Christmas Train Rides Carol of Lights Christmas Capital of Texas® Christmas on Main Christmas Wine Trains Daddy/Daughter Dance Doggie Dive-In Family Campout First Friday Film Series at the Historic Palace Theatre Grapevine Farmers Market Grapevine Live Concert Series Grapevine Market Grapevine Opry Grapevine Vintage Railroad GrapeYard Hallo-Wine Trail Letters to Santa Light Show Spectacular Lone Star Christmas, ICE & Snow! Mother/Son Date Knight Nash Farm Activities & Events Nat’l. Take a Kid Mountain Bikimg North Pole Express®

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YOUTH SPORTS Fall Youth Basketball Team Leagues Fall Girls’ Youth Volleyball Grapevine-Southlake Soccer Assoc. Grapevine Baseball Softball Association Grapevine Youth Wrestling Grapevine Colleyville Youth Football Association Higher Goals Basketball Camp T.A.A.F. Winter Youth Basketball

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COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES CENTER General Information Page 38 POLICIES/REGISTRATION/PARKS Requirements, Registration Schedules, Registration Forms, and Parks

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Future Trail Parks Trail 1 Meadowmere Park 2 Lakeview Park TRAILS Trail 3 Horseshoe Trails Park 1/4 Mile Trail Markers 1 Meadowmere Park Trail - 1.0 Miles 4 Oak Grove Park 2 C. Shane Wilbanks Trail - 3.2 Miles 5 Acorn Woods Matching color to matching 3 Oak Grove Trail - 1.3 Miles color, equals one mile. 6 Vineyards Campground 4 Dove Loop Trail - 1.83 Miles 7 Katie's Woods School 5 Gaylord Texan Trail - 1.29 Miles 8 Rockledge Park 6 Mills Run Trail - 1.11 Miles Trail Head/Parking 9 Botanical Gardens 7 Cottonbelt Trail - 2.78 Miles 10 Parr Park Restrooms ! _ 8 Pool Road Trail - 1.56 Miles 11 Wall-Farrar Park 9 Big Bear Creek Trail - 3.38 Miles 12 Bear Creek Park *Trail - minimum 8 feet wide


*Sidewalk - minimum 4 feet wide

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Community Activities Center (CAC) Presently, the CAC is 48,000 square feet. The expansion will increase the CAC by 60,000 square feet for a total of approximately 108,000 square feet. The CAC will become a multi-generational center by including classroom space, lounge areas, a kitchen and lunch room area for seniors with the lunch room area doubling as a Community Rooms/Event Hall. The CAC will also boast an Indoor Children’s Playground. Indoor Aquatics will be included in the expansion and will include zero depth entry, lap lanes for fitness, current channel, children’s water play features, birthday party rooms, slides, and family changing rooms. The expansion includes a vastly expanded fitness room, dedicated group exercise rooms, and fitness assessment rooms. A dedicated on-site child care room for people participating at the facility in programs or as members will also be included.

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