Winter 2022 Activities for Portland Parks & Recreation

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WINTER 2022

Activities for PORTLAND PARKS & RECREATION

Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation Arts Centers Aquatics Community Centers and Pools Lifelong Recreation (formerly Senior Recreation)

REGISTRATION BEGINS:

DECEMBER 6 for January 3–February 6 activities JANUARY 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

PORTLAND.GOV/PARKS/REGISTER

Commissioner Carmen Rubio | Director Adena Long

PP&R ACTIVITIES • JANUARY 3–MARCH 27 Customer Service Center | 503-823-2525

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CITY OF PORTLAND ACCESS STATEMENT

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm Phone Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm

Closed the last Thursday of each month for staff training and development.

Located at 111 Southwest Columbia Street on the 6th Floor, Suite 660

It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any city program, service, or activity on the grounds of race, color, national origin, disability, or other protected class status. Adhering to Civil Rights Title VI and ADA Title II civil rights laws, the City of Portland ensures meaningful access to City programs, services, and activities by reasonably providing: translation and interpretation, modifications, accommodations, alternative formats, and auxiliary aids and services.  To request these services, contact 503-823-2525, City TTY 503-823-6868, Relay Service: 711. La Ciudad de Portland se compromete a proporcionar un acceso significativo. Para solicitar una traducción, interpretación, modificaciones, adaptaciones u otras ayudas o servicios auxiliares, comuníquese al 503-823-2525, servicio para las personas con problemas auditivos: 711. 波特兰市致力于为市民提供平等的参与机会。如需 申请口笔译服务、方案修改、住宿、其他辅助工具 或服务,请致电 503-823-2525,转接:711。 Администрация Портленда заботится о полноценном доступе ко всем программам. Для заказа устного и письменного перевода, адаптивных мер, специальных устройств или иных вспомогательных средств и услуг обратитесь по номеру 503-823-2525 или в службу коммутируемых сообщений: 711. Thành Phố Portland cam kết cung cấp sự tiếp cận hiệu quả. Để yêu cầu dịch vụ biên dịch, thông dịch, điều chỉnh, sửa đổi, hoặc thiết bị hay dịch vụ phụ trợ khác, hãy liên hệ 503-823-2525, Chuyển Tiếp: 711.


TABLE OF CONTENTS ADAPTIVE & INCLUSIVE RECREATION

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ARTS CENTERS Community Music Center Rosewood Music Program Multnomah Arts Center

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AQUATICS Swim Lesson Descriptions Play Swims Water Fitness Classes Aquatics Training and Certifications

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COMMUNITY CENTERS AND POOLS Citywide Pass Options and Fees Charles Jordan Community Center East Portland Community Center East Portland Indoor Pool Matt Dishman Community Center Matt Dishman Indoor Pool Montavilla Community Center Mt. Scott Community Center Mt. Scott Indoor Pool Peninsula Park Community Center Southwest Community Center Southwest Indoor Pool St. Johns Community Center SUN Community Schools Woodstock Community Center LIFELONG RECREATION (formerly Senior Recreation) SPORTS 5K Series, Spring Volleyball, Track Meets Portland Tennis Center

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WE WELCOME ALL We welcome ALL races, ALL religions, ALL countries of origin, ALL ages, ALL sexual orientations, ALL genders, ALL abilities. It is the policy of the City of Portland and a core value of Portland Parks & Recreation, that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any City program, service, or activity on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or disability. INCLEMENT WEATHER AND CLOSURES PP&R classes, activities, rentals, and sports events may be canceled due to inclement weather, such as ice, snow, or extreme heat. Call 503-823-2533, or visit portland.gov/parks/closures for the most current information. Some recreation programs may run as conditions and staff availability allow. Safety is a major factor in determining operations at each PP&R facility. PP&R facilities, our social media outlets, and our website will all feature operating information including opening and closing times.

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REGISTER FOR AN ACTIVITY TODAY! HOW TO REGISTER ONLINE at Portland.gov/parks/register – Search for classes by age, category, location, or keyword – or narrow your search by specific activity or course number. PHONE – Call any PP&R site. You may also phone in your registration to the PP&R Customer Service Center at 503-823-2525, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Card accepted with phone-in registration. IN PERSON – Any PP&R facility can process your registration, including the Customer Service Center located on the first floor of the Portland Building at 1120 SW Fifth Ave. All Community Centers are open for walk-in registration during business hours. MAIL – Mail your completed registration form found in the back of the guide to the program center address. Include full payment by check payable to the City of Portland. Mail-in registration is also received at the PP&R Customer Service Center, 1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204.

IF YOU NEED ACCOMMODATIONS OR INCLUSION SERVICES: Parent/Guardian: • Register for the desired activity. • Contact Inclusion Services at 971-284-5060 to request support at least 10 days before the start of the activity. Aquatics requests go through pools. • Complete a phone intake and accommodation form provided by Inclusion Services. • For ADA requests and questions, please contact 503-307-4131. Please allow at least two working days for a sign language interpreter request. • Personal care is provided in activities for individuals up to the age of 5.

NON-RESIDENT PRICING The prices listed in this guide are the discounted rates for City of Portland residents. Persons residing outside of the City boundaries are charged an additional 40% because they do not pay taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation.

Registration for Winter 2022 begins at 12:30pm DECEMBER 6 for January 3–February 6 activities JANUARY 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!

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Scan this QR code to view activities and register online.

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DISCOUNT OPTIONS Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) believes recreation is for everyone and recognizes that cost can be a barrier to participation. With resources from the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy), we can offer new payment options for City of Portland residents that allow you to choose payment levels based on your needs. REGISTERED ACTIVITIES

RECREATION CENTER ADMISSION

Activities including arts and sports classes, swim lessons, hikes, and more.

Enjoy drop-in activities including fitness, swimming, and open gym times.

Pay What You Can Using PP&R’s Pay What You Can option, registered activities can be reduced up to 75%. No application required.

Access Discount Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. Discount may be applied to all passes, drop-in fees, and personal training packages. No income verification required.

To use Pay What You Can, with online registration, enroll in your desired activity. At the payment screen, under enrollment details, you will see a discount window. Press add to select the number of discounts you need.

If your income falls within the following suggested ranges, an Access Discount may be a good option for you. Choose 25, 50, 75, or 90% discount based on your budget. Those with a lower income or higher number of individuals in their family may consider selecting a greater discount. • • • • •

Single adults: up to $49,000 per year Family of two-three: up to $58,000 per year Family of four: up to $66,000 per year Family of five: up to $74,000 per year Family of six or more: up to $83,000 per year

Additional members of the family may need to register for an Access Discount so that it will also apply to their purchases. Registration for an Access Discount begins September 9 2021 and is available through March 31, 2022. Register for free online, in-person, or by calling your local community center or PP&R customer service center at 503-8232525.

Photo from Summer 2020 art kit created at Free Lunch + Play.

Once you have registered for an Access Discount, you can visit your local recreation center to apply your discount to drop-in admission, multiple visit pass, or personal training package!

WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU!

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ADAPTIVE & INCLUSIVE RECREATION 1120 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 858 503-823-2833

Recreation Coordinator II

Hours Monday–Friday 8:00am-4:00pm

Lyndsey Goforth | 971-284-5060

Jane Doyle | 503-307-4131

Recreation Coordinator I Recreation Coordinator I

Dawn Hubbard | 971-284-1867

Jane Doyle, Lyndsey Goforth, Dawn Hubbard

Portland Parks & Recreation’s Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation (AIR) program offers access to recreational services, through scheduled activities and inclusion, that are designed to assist people in enhancing the quality of life and promote greater functional independence for people with disabilities.

HOW TO REGISTER Call 503-224-3929 to register for AIR classes and trips. You can also register for classes online at portland.gov/parks/register or scan the QR code with a smart phone to see a complete list of AIR activities.

WITHDRAWALS AND REFUNDS Please notify us at least seven (7) days, unless otherwise specified, before the start of our program so that we can refund or credit your account for the registration fee. Pre-paid materials and admission tickets cannot be refunded.

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Inclusive Playgrounds Couch Park

NW 20th Avenue and Hoyt Street

Dawson Park

N Williams Avenue and Stanton Street

Gateway Discovery Park

NE 106th Avenue and Halsey Street

Harper’s Playground at Arbor Lodge Park N Bryant Street and Delaware Avenue

Westmoreland Park

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

SE McLoughlin Blvd and Bybee Blvd

Gabriel Park—coming late 2021

SW 42nd Avenue and Vermont Street

Image: Gateway Discovery Park

Parks with Accessible and Inclusive Features Creston Park

SE 45th Avenue and Francis Street

Cully Park

5810 NE 72nd Avenue

Glenhaven Park

NE 79th Avenue and Siskiyou Street

Lents Park

92nd Avenue and Steele Street

Luuwit View Park

NE 127th Avenue and Fremont Street

Ventura Park

SE 113th Avenue and Stark Street

Verdell Burdine Rutherford Park SE 167th Avenue and Market Street

Washington Park—fully accessible 1715 SW Sherwood Blvd Image: Harper’s Playground at Arbor Lodge Park Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation | 503-823-2833

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GUIDE TO INCLUSION SERVICES

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

A Team Effort

PARENT/ GUARDIAN

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

PARTICIPANT

1. Register for desired activity

1. Connect with families requesting support to discuss options

1. Meet program registration requirements

2. Contact Inclusion Services a minimum of 10 working days before start of activity. Aquatics requests go through pools. 3. Complete a phone intake and fill out the ACCOMMODATION FORM provided by Inclusion Services

2. Determine appropriate support to be provided 3. Connect with families to share determined support plan 4. Communicate support plan to site and Inclusion staff

2. Adhere to Code of Conduct 3. Be able to remain with other program participants and staff in a safe and healthy way 4. Have fun!

4. Communicate absences and changes to schedule, feedback on supports, and participant experience

IMPORTANT NOTES AND CONTACT INFORMATION • Inclusion Services can be reached at 971-284-5060. • For ADA requests and questions, please contact 503-307-4131. Please allow at least two working days for a sign language interpreter request. • Personal care is provided in activities for individuals up to the age of 5. • If you are requesting an ADA accommodation for swimming, please contact the pool in which the activity takes place. 8

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SENIOR CENTER PROJECT

Monday-Friday | 8:30am-1:30pm

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Age 50 & up Portland Parks & Recreation offers a day support activities program for participants age 50 and older with intellectual disabilities. Make new friends through integration, social interaction, leisure activities, volunteering, and community outings. For more information, please contact Dawn Hubbard at 971-284-1867.

VIRTUAL

MONTHLY DANCE JANUARY 7 FEBRUARY 4 MARCH 4 Ages 16 & up

Have fun dancing and socializing with friends, both new and old, on Zoom!

Location: Zoom Meeting ID: 824 6845 3415 Passcode: 476476 Day: First Friday of the month Time: 7:00-9:00pm

Stay tuned for in-person dances coming this spring, if health conditions allow.

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VIRTUAL CLASSES Virtual classes take place on ZOOM. A zoom link will be sent to you one-week prior to the start of class. Instructor: Dawn Hubbard

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Virtual Cooking with Dawn

Age 18 & up One-part food and two parts friends are the perfect recipe for a good tasting and fun evening! Gain confidence and cooperation skills while discovering new recipes and preparing a wonderful meal to share. You will be creating your own recipe book to take home at the end! Relax and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Please notify us with any food restrictions! A zoom link will be sent to you one week prior to the start of class. *No class January 17, or February 21. Day: Monday Date: January 3-January 31* Time: 4:30-6:00pm Cost: $15 Activity: 1142295 Day: Monday Date: February 7-March 7* Time: 4:30-6:00pm Cost: $15 Activity: 1142296

Virtual Bingo Bonanza

Age 12 & up Your favorite game of bingo just got an upgrade. Get 5 in a row or 4 corners, then shout out BINGO! Cards will be mailed prior to the session start date. All you need is something to cover your numbers. Prizes for the winners! Pick up prizes during AIR office hours. Day: Friday Date: January 7-February 4 Time: 3:30-5:00pm Cost: $15 Activity: 1142297 Day: Friday Date: February 11-March 11 Time: 3:30-5:00pm Cost: $15 Activity: 1142298

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TEEN SOCIAL Teen Social

Age 12-21 Day: First Thursday of the Month Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $9 Location: Mt Scott Community Center - 5530 SE 72nd Avenue Instructors: Elizabeth Cogswell and Grace Hurlman Theme

Activity

January 6

Celebrate the Chinese New Year We will be creative and design our own lanterns to take home!

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February 3

Valentines Party Lets make some valentine cards and finish the night off with decorating our own valentine cookies. Make new friends but definitely keep the old!

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March 3

Science Projects Lets make some slime! We supply the ingredients, you create!

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Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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SOCIAL SAMPLERS Social Samplers

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Age 16 & up Day: Monday Time: 3:00-4:30pm Location: Matt Dishman Community Center, 77 NE Knott Street Instructor: Lucy Nelson, Jessica Sterling

Cost: $12

Date January 3

Theme Activity Coffee Filter Snowflakes 1142312 Make a winter wonderland come to life by designing and creating a glittery snowflake.

January 10

Games Galore 1142313 Enjoy an afternoon of fun playing games and hanging out with friends. Learn a new game, or play an old favorite.

January 24

Pizza Party Time Put on your chef hat and see what you make for your afternoon snack!

January 31

Ceramics 1142315 Decorate your very own ceramic piece, then sit back and sip some hot cocoa or hot apple cider while you visit with your friends. Valentines Cards and Crafts 1142316 Make a beautiful card and a craft to give to a friend or family member!

February 7

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February 14

Valentines Day Party 1142317 Bake and decorate delicious valentines cookies with icing and sprinkles.

February 28

National Science Day 1142318 Let's have fun and see what experiments we can do without making too much of a mess, but still having a lot of fun with our friends.

March 7

St Patrick’s Day Crafts Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with shamrocks and leprechaun themed crafts and activities. Find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

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CLASSES Creative Art

Day: Monday Date: January 3-January 31* Time: 6:00-7:30pm Cost: $51 Activity: 1142299

Age 18 & up We have now made this a 12-week class, so you can register only once for the whole term! Have fun with your friends while knocking down pins. Beginners to advanced bowlers are welcome. The fee includes: 2 games, your shoes and ball for 12 weeks. Instructor: Dawn Hubbard, Jessica Sterling, Shannon Painter Day: Wednesday Date: January 5-March 23 Time: 3:00-4:30pm Cost: $96 Activity: 1142301

Day: Monday Date: February 7-March 7* Time: 6:00-7:30pm Cost: $51 Activity: 1142300

Exercise For the Fun of it - Zumba

Age 16 & up Participants will learn various movements, activities, and exercise routines to build confidence, joy, and understanding around health and fitness. This is a great opportunity to get moving and hang out with friends while having a lot of FUN! Location: Mt Tabor Middle School 5800 SE Ash Street Instructor: Paula Burt Day: Tuesday Date: January 4-February 1 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $42 Activity: 1142302 Day: Tuesday Date: February 8-March 8 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $42 Activity: 1142303

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ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Age 18 & up Explore your inner artist with activities such as drawing, painting, and clay art! Experience the joy of creativity while working alongside peers and exchange project ideas. *No class January 17 or February 21 Location: Mt Tabor Middle School 5800 SE Ash Street Instructor: Elizabeth Cogswell, Grace Hurlman

Bowling


CLASSES Exercise For the Fun of it - Weight Room

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Age 18 & up Join our health and fitness crew as we explore exercise routines and learn about keeping our bodies strong and healthy! This is a great opportunity to get moving and hang out with friends while having a lot of FUN! Location: East Portland Community Center 740 SE 106th Avenue Instructor: John Hurlman Day: Thursday Date: January 6-February 3 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $42 Activity: 1142304

Day: Thursday Date: February 10-March 10 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $42 Activity: 1142305

Music - Drum Circle Feel the Beat!

Age 12 & up Be creative, and stomp your feet. Discover drumming methods and make up beats on the spot. Appreciate the role rhythm plays and explore drumming together. Catch the rhythm and hear the beat! Location: Community Music Center Instructor: Kari Kjome Day: Thursday Date: January 6-February 3 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $26 Activity: 1142306 Day: Thursday Date: February 10-March 10 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $26 Activity: 1142307

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FRIENDS, FOOD, AND FUN Friends, Food, and Fun

Age 18 & up Feast royally on themed cuisine around town with delicious dishes from appetizer to dessert. Expand your knowledge of cultures and tastes in a social setting. Bring: $25 to cover the cost of meal and tip.

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Location (meet there)

Activity

January 18

LaCostita 14626 SE Sunnyside Road, Happy Valley

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February 15

Applebee's 10172 SE 82nd Avenue, Happy Valley

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March 15

Chu's Eatery 17110 SE Powell, Portland

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Day: Third Tuesday of the month Time: 4:30-6:00pm Cost: $25 Location: “Meet up Trip.” All trips meet at the location listed. Instructor: Dawn Hubbard and Jessica Sterling

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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ADULT TRIPS Ages 18 & up Participants must be able to follow directions and stay with the group. Ticket Prices: If trip includes the cost of a ticket that ticket price is non-refundable. Meet us there! Participants that register for January and February trips should meet at the trip location due to COVID-19 precautions. We will resume transportation from East Portland Community Center in March, if health conditions allow.

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Register for two trips per session, then call back on December 13 to register for more session A trips (January 3-February 6), or on January 17 to register for more session B trips (February 7-March 27).

Creo Chocolates – Meet us there!

SESSION A TRIPS

Pottery Fun – Meet us there!

Let's be creative! You can choose to decorate a ceramic piece, mug, or even a figurine. See how your piece comes alive with paint. Note: The cost of this trip includes your class admission. Bring: $40 to cover the cost for your art ($25) and lunch at Firehouse Subs. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: Live Laugh Love Art 9160 SW Hall Boulevard, Portland

Attend a private factory tour of award-winning Creo Chocolate. Learn where chocolate is sourced and how it is roasted, ground, tempered and molded into bars. This event is interactive! You will make your own personalized chocolate bar to take home. Note: We will not be stopping for lunch. Bring: $25 to cover the cost of Chocolate making and bring additional money if you would like to buy some more chocolate to take home with you. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: Creo Chocolate 122 NE Broadway, Portland Day: Saturday Date: January 29 Time: 1:45-3:45pm Cost: $25 Activity: 1142325

Day: Saturday Date: January 15 Time: 9:45am-1:15pm Cost: $40 Activity: 1142323 16

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SESSION B TRIPS

Grand Central Bowling

Movie and Lunch at Kennedy School – Meet us there!

How to spend the day with new and old friends? Enjoy the latest new movie with your friends. Join us to watch a new release movie at the Kennedy School, while eating your lunch. Note: The name of the movie and times will be released on the Tuesday before the outing. These times may change. Bring: $25 for your admission and lunch. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: McMenamins Kennedy School 5736 NE 33rd Avenue, Portland Day: Saturday Date: February 5 Time: To be announced. Cost: $32 Activity: 1142336

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– Meet us there! Meet us at Grand Central Bowl and join us for an afternoon of bowling. Mix friends, food, and good tunes for an entertaining afternoon. Note: Cost of trip includes 2 games of bowling and shoes. Bring: $25 for lunch at Grand Central Bowling. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: Grand Central Bowl & Arcade 808 SE Morrison Street, Portland Day: Saturday Date: February 19 Time: 11:00am-2:00pm Cost: $38 Activity: 1142339

Lunch Dates – Meet us there!

Meet us at Flying Pie Pizza for Lunch! Enjoy time eating out with some of your favorite friends. Choose between sandwiches, pizzas or even calzone! SHH they even have a salad bar! Bring: $25 for lunch and Tip. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: Flying Pie Pizzeria 7804 SE Stark Street, Portland Day: Saturday Date: February 26 Time: 11:00am-1:00pm Cost: $25 Activity: 1142338

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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ADULT TRIPS Portland Trailblazers game

ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

Camp 18

The stunning camp and its eyecatching array of logging-related historic artifacts are hard to miss as you travel the Sunset Highway. Enjoy a good meal, browse the displays and learn more about the Northwest Logging heritage. Note: This trip will be following the CDC and Oregon Health Authority Guidelines. Bring: $25 for lunch. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: Meet at East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106th Avenue Day: Saturday Date: March 5 Time: 9:00am-4:00pm Cost: $60 Activity: 1142340

Come cheer on your Portland Trailblazers at the Moda Center! Watch Damian Lillard and the team take on the Houston Rockets. Enjoy the excitement of the crowd and supporting Portland's favorite basketball team. Note: The cost of the trip includes the Blazers tickets ($40). Bring: $25 for food and any additional money you want to purchase souvenirs. Mobility Rating: This is a nonaccessible trip. Location: Meet at East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106th Avenue Day: Saturday Date: March 26 Time: 5:00-11:45pm Cost: $73 Activity: 1142337

WAAAM and Smiley's Barn

The WAAAM Air and Auto Museum has one of the largest collections of stillflying antique airplanes and still-driving antique automobiles in the country. The items on display at this museum are not only full of history, they're full of LIFE! Note: Cost of the trip includes the admission ($15) to WAAAM. Bring: $30 for lunch at Pietros Pizza and cookie at Smiley’s Barn. Mobility Rating: This trip is wheelchair accessible. Location: Meet at East Portland Community Center, 740 SE 106th Avenue Day: Saturday Date: March 12 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Cost: $55 Activity: 1142341

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ADAPTIVE AND INCLUSIVE RECREATION

ADAPTIVE & INCLUSIVE RECREATION (AIR) Call 503-823-2883 to register for AIR classes and trips.

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COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER Music Programs Supervisor Gregory Dubay

Hours Monday–Friday 1:00–6:00pm Some activities occur outside office hours

Music Coordinator Daniel Reyes Llinás

ADA Accessibility CMC’s facility is wheelchair accessible, with the exception of the basement.

Music Leader Kari Kjome

Instrument Rentals Current and new students visit CommunityMusicCenter.org/instruments

Office Staff Steve Arts

3350 Southeast Francis Street Portland, Oregon 97202 503-823-3177 | Fax: 503-823-3171 cmc@portlandoregon.gov CommunityMusicCenter.org

Bus Line #9 SE Powell Blvd, #17 SE Holgate Blvd, #75 SE César E Chávez Blvd Call Tri-Met at 503-238-RIDE

Event Rentals & Drop-In Practice Suspended until further notice due to Covid-19

Parking Lot (limited) on East side of building; also street parking

ABOUT COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER (CMC) In partnership with a nonprofit partner, CMC has been a popular place for music lessons and concerts in Portland since 1955. We enhance the greater Portland community by providing opportunities for all ages to learn about, make, and enjoy music. We do this through affordable music classes and lessons, free and low-cost concerts and workshops, low-cost instrument rentals, and other resources for the public.

We follow state and local Covid-prevention mandates and guidelines for in-person activities.

WINTER 2022 PROGRAMS EARLY CHILDHOOD Parent / Child Exploring Together* YOUTH Lessons* | Violin, viola, cello, piano, clarinet, saxophone. Virtual (via Zoom) options are available. Individual lessons are supplemented with required attendance in a music skills or ensemble class. Music Skills* Choir and Vocal Ensemble* String Orchestra

Visit portland.gov/parks/register or scan the QR code to view and register for CMC classes online. Register DECEMBER 6 for January 3–March 13 activities Register JANUARY 10 for February 7–March 13 activities

Suzuki Group Classes Creative Ensembles ADULTS, INCLUDING 60 & UP (See Lifelong Recreation, page 116, for more details.) Group Piano Lessons* Community Choirs* Community String Orchestra ADAPTIVE RECREATION (See Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation, page 14, for more details.)

Pay What You Can – Using PP&R’s Pay What You Can option, registered activities can be reduced up to 75%. No application required.

Drum Circle* *Indicates activities welcoming new beginners

Scholarships Available – If additional financial assistance is needed to assure someone can participate in CMC programs, please inquire about available support from the non-profit friends of CMC by emailing cmc@portlandoregon.gov or calling 503-823-3177. Learn more about CMC and how you can support it online at CommunityMusicCenter.org. 20

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VIRTUAL / IN-PERSON INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION —YOUTH Strings (not guitar) | Age 5-18 / Winds & Advanced Piano | Age 10-18 Individual Lessons Thrive with customized instruction. Build the skills and abilities needed to enjoy music as a participant, gaining self-confidence and developing self-expression. Virtual or In-Person Instruction occurs online via Zoom or in-person at the Community Music Center. Specify your preference during the registration process. In-person lessons are Monday–Friday (no weekend in-person lessons) and are under strict Covid safety guidelines which will meet or exceed OHA requirements.

EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC Exploring Together | Age 2-5

It’s musical playtime for kids! Develop self-expression, cognitive, social and musical skills through songs, games, movement, and percussion. Play while making friends along the way. Be part of a harmonious experience that creatively engages concepts such as rhythm and tonality, then bring it home to share. Tu 1/4-3/8 1:30-2:10pm $110 1142495 Eichvalds Tu $110

1/4-3/8 1142496

2:15-2:55pm Eichvalds

Beginners: 1142791 | Parent orientation required. (More information provided after enrollment.)

Non-Beginners new to CMC: 1142792

COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER

Enrollment Process New-to-CMC students: use the “application” activity number below to be put on a waiting list for an opening. Placement with an instructor depends on openings that are available at the time you apply.

Continuing CMC students will receive their unique link from the CMC office to use for enrollment. In order to continue lessons from Fall into Winter, students must re-enroll by the deadline of 12/11. Lessons are scheduled between instructor and student at a mutually agreeable day and time, as verbally confirmed. Your instructor may require materials not included in registration fee. Beginners start with 30 minute lessons; advanced students (playing concertos or sonatas) move to 45 minute lessons; 60 minute lessons are provided in special cases. Suzuki, traditional, hybrid, and other instructional methods are used, depending on the instructor. Required Enrichment Class During the School Year, CMC requires private lesson students to participate in a concurrent enrichment class, or apply for an exemption if participating in similar activities elsewhere. Separate fees apply for CMC’s enrichment classes, and enrollment for the classes is in addition to the private lesson registration. Attendance and Daily Practice Regular weekly attendance and daily practice between lessons are required and important for successful instrument study. Instruments Instrument rentals may be available—indicate your need for an instrument at the time of application or fill out our online rental request form.

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SKILLS & THEORY— YOUTH

PIANO PROGRAM— YOUTH & ADULT

Beginner Theory and Games | Age 5-7

Students need to have access to a piano or keyboard for daily practice at home. Instructor may require purchase of materials (sheet music) not included in class fee.

Explore basic concepts through musical games, demonstrations, and discussion. Gain knowledge of musical instruments, styles, and theory while participating in listening, movement and other interactive activities. Beginning with a solid foundation leads to success playing an instrument and enthusiasm for creating and understanding music. Tu $110

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3:30-4:10pm Eichvalds

This class uses a piano keyboard approach to theory suitable for any instrumentalist or singer. W 1/5-3/9 3:45-4:25pm $110 1142462 Godula

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Theory and Skills | Age 6-9

Looking to broaden your musical vocabulary and deepen your understanding of what makes music work? Tailored instruction in a small group class can help you gain confidence and be more creative. Be inspired by making progress in reading, writing, playing, and/or singing at a higher level. This class uses a piano keyboard approach to theory suitable for any instrumentalist or singer. W 1/5-3/9 4:30-5:10pm $110 1142470 Godula

Piano Primer

To master eighty-eight keys, start with the basics. Focus on posture, hand technique, note names, simple rhythms, dynamics and more. Feel the accomplishment of playing your first tunes! Prerequisite for “Continuing from Fall” classes is specified number of terms of group piano class or the equivalent.

New Beginners | Age 6-9 Th $110

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Term 2 | Age 6-9 (Continuing from Fall)

5:15-5:55pm Godula

Tu $110

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3:30-4:10pm Jefferson

Tu $110

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4:15-4:55pm Jefferson

Th $110

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3:30-4:10pm Godula

Term 3—Virtual (via Zoom) | Age 6-9 (Continuing from Summer & Fall) W $110

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3:30-4:10pm Jefferson

Term 5—Virtual (via Zoom) | Age 7-10 (Continuing) W $110

1/5-3/9 1143107

Piano Adventures | Age 10-14 (Term 2—Continuing from Fall)

PAY WHAT YOU CAN—Using PP&R’s Pay What You Can option, registered activities can be reduced up to 75%. No application required.

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4:15-4:55pm Jefferson

To master eighty-eight keys, start with the basics. Focus on posture and hand technique, note names, simple rhythms, dynamics and more. Feel the accomplishment of playing your first tunes! Prerequisite for “Continuing from Fall” classes is one term of group piano or the equivalent. Th 1/6-3/10 4:30-5:10pm $110 1142463 Godula

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Piano Laboratory

Getting ahead of the class? Experiment with more individual attention. Enjoy making progress at your own tempo while benefiting from the chemistry of a group setting. Less expensive than private lessons. Prerequisite: experience through Faber Piano Adventures Book 1 (second year of group classes) or permission of the instructor.

Age 7-11

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5:00-6:00pm Jefferson

W $140

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5:30-6:00pm Godula

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Age 10-14 Th $140

Pop and Rock Piano | Age 18 & up

Develop your skills on Rock, Jazz and Pop, with some composing and improvising, too! Prerequisite: at least one year of group class. Th 1/6-3/10 7:00-7:40pm $140 1142467 Godula

Explore the elements of rhythm, melody and harmony, in a comfortable small class setting with digital pianos that simulate the grand piano experience. Learn to read music and play popular songs. Students need to have access to a piano or keyboard to practice at home. The classes use Alfred’s Basic Adult All-In-One lesson books— See “Book” number below for skill level prerequisite. Those new to the class, please bring $17 for lesson book to purchase at the site before the first class.

Beginning W $90

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Continuing Book 1 (Term 2)

1:00-1:50pm Currell

Tu $90

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12:00-12:50pm Currell

W $90

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12:00-12:50pm Currell

Continuing—Book 2 (Term 2) Tu $90

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Continuing—Book 2/3 W $90

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Continuing—Book 3 (Term 2) Tu $90

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1:00-1:50pm Currell 2:10-3:00pm Currell 2:10-3:00pm Currell

Pop, Rock, Golden Oldies Piano | Age 60 & up

Develop your skills on Rock, Jazz and Pop, with some composing and improvising, too! Prerequisite: at least one year of group class. Th 1/6-3/10 2:30-3:20pm $140 1142468 Godula

For virtual (via Zoom) piano class options at all levels for age 60 & up, see the Lifelong Recreation section.

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Tu $140

Piano Beginning & Continuing | Age 60 & up


INSTRUMENTAL GROUP CLASSES & ENSEMBLES— YOUTH & ADULT

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Creative Ensembles | Age 12-18

Get back to playing trios, quartets or other groups with other string students at your level. Refine ensemble skills and interpretive abilities through rehearsals and coaching. Discover the thrill of musical teamwork and accomplishment. Genres that can be explored include Contemporary, Classical Improvisation, Jazz, World, Pop, Rock and more. Indicate your preference when you register. Classical groups are limited to strings and piano. Non-Classical groups may include strings, guitar, ukulele, keyboard, or voice. Players are placed into groups using the information provided at time of registration and the student’s submitted recorded sample. Ensembles meet for up to 60 minutes per week depending on level and repertoire. Prerequisite: At least two years playing your instrument/s, ability to play scales in a few keys, name notes, and play in tune and time. M 1/3-3/7 5:45-6:45pm $150 1142685

String Orchestra Level I | Age 6-13

Get ready for some ‘sound’ teamwork! Develop sight-reading and rhythm skills, practice following a conductor. Get experience on instrument and bow techniques while discovering the thrill of playing in an ensemble. Prerequisite: One or two years study on instrument and beginning note-reading skills. No audition required; however, instructor has final say as to student’s enrollment. Practice between classes and excellent attendance required. Music book used (available at CMC): Strictly Strings Vol. 1. Instructor may require purchase of additional materials not included in registration fee. F 1/7-3/11 3:45-4:25pm $80 1142670 Murer

String Orchestra Level II | Age 7-14

You are on your way to playing the greats! Develop instrument techniques such as vibrato, upper positions and bowing skills on exciting music that stretches teamwork ability in the symphonic realm. Prerequisite: Students should be in Suzuki Book 2 or similar level, using positions and shifting, and have some sight-reading skill. No audition required; however, instructor has final say as to student’s enrollment. Practice between classes and excellent attendance required. Instructor may require purchase of additional materials not included in registration fee. F 1/7-3/11 4:30-5:15pm $80 1142671 Murer

String Chamber Ensemble | Age 12-17

Ready for more challenging parts, more composers, more teamwork? Bring your instrumental prowess to bear on a wider repertoire. Build high-level ensemble and interpretive skills such as tempo changes and phrasing. Be prepared to work and get ready for the applause! Prerequisite: Students should be in mid to late Suzuki Book 3 or similar level, using positions and shifting, and have some sight-reading skill. No audition required; however, instructor has final say as to student’s enrollment. Practice between classes and excellent attendance required. F 1/7-3/11 5:25-6:25pm $80 1142672 Murer

Community String Orchestra | Age 16 & up

Why let the pros have all the fun? Make lasting musical friendships and hone playing skills while enjoying the glorious symphonic sounds of great masterworks. Prerequisite: At least two years instrumental study or permission of conductor and reasonable sight-reading ability; some ensemble or class experience desirable. Th 1/6-3/10 7:15-8:45pm $80 1142667 Zweben

Suzuki Groups | Age 4-18

Play through known songs with a group of kids at the same level to enhance the string lesson experience. Be inspired by watching more advanced players. Enjoy string games and brainteasers, too! Note: This course is a complement to private lessons. All participants must be concurrently enrolled in Suzuki lessons at CMC or elsewhere. Beginners join after 3 months of lessons or instructor permission.

Cello Group

This class covers Suzuki Cello Book 1–3. W 1/5-3/9 4:15-5:00pm $80 1142622 Cheskin Virtual option TBA—Inquire at CMC or check online

Violin Group

This class covers Suzuki Violin Pre-Twinkle through Book 2. W 1/5-3/9 5:15-6:15pm $80 1142657 Belleri

Violin / Viola Group

This class covers Suzuki Violin and Viola mid-Book 1 through mid-Book 2. Saturday class is virtual (via Zoom). Th 1/6-3/10 4:15-5:00pm $80 1142417 C. Scott Sa $80

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VOICE & CHOIR—YOUTH & ADULT Youth Choir | Age 8-13

Just try to catch your breath in this high-energy group for young voices! Develop singing techniques, note reading skills (sight-reading), and accuracy of pitch and rhythm while making lasting friendships. Tu 1/4-3/8 4:30-5:30pm $40 1142579 Edson

Youth Vocal Ensemble | Age 10-14

Recorder for Beginners—Virtual | Age 16 & up

Find your Renaissance by learning this timeless instrument in the pleasure and comfort of a small group. Begins with note reading, fingering, and simple songs to play. Recorder required (instructor suggests Aulos, Zenon or Yamaha brand). Both C (soprano, tenor) and F (alto, bass) recorders welcome. Materials fee of $31 not included in registration fee—Register by 12/18 in order to get materials delivered to you by the first class. (Pay What You Can discount is not available for materials). W 1/5-3/9 7:00-8:00pm $114 1142559 Markham

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Got the basics? Take the voice to the next level by joining this dedicated group. Refine vocal and performance skills while exploring a challenging new repertoire. Benefit from more individual attention in the small group setting. Prerequisite: one year of Youth Choir or the equivalent and Recorder for Intermediate and Advanced instructor approval (based on ability to hold a part). QualPlayers—Virtual | Age 16 & up ified students audition individually. Registration for Youth Take a virtual tour through approachable repertoire that Choir is required (enroll in both for one fee). Instructor may you can play along with at home. Prerequisite: mastery of require materials not included in registration fee. Level 1 concepts or equivalent (knowledge of all fingerings Tu 1/4-3/8 5:30-6:30pm and intermediate sight-reading). Own recorder required $80 1142580 Edson (instructor suggests Aulos, Zenon or Yamaha brand). Both C (soprano, tenor) and F (alto, bass) recorders welcome. Community Chorus | Age 18 & up W 1/5-3/9 8:00-9:00pm Seeking fellowship with other vocalists in a dedicated $114 1142560 Markham group? Join this long-standing, medium-sized, non-audition community choir, affectionately known as the Francis Street Singers, to rehearse and perform repertoire PAY WHAT YOU CAN—Using PP&R’s Pay What You spanning nearly 500 years. Create beautiful harmony and Can option, registered activities can be reduced up to new friendships. Prerequisite: Knowledge of tone produc75%. No application required. tion, sight-reading skills, familiarity with part singing. Prior choir experience helpful. Instructor may require materials not included in registration fee. Tu 1/4-3/8 7:00-9:00pm $80 1142576 Edson

Register December 6 for January 3–March 13 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 13 activities

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2020–21 Brian Wagner, President Judy Rompa, Vice-president Kevin Lefohn, Vice-president Katherine Schroeder, Vice-president Matthew Morgan, Secretary Sarah Reardon, Treasurer Katrina Kahl JC Smith James Toussaint Sara Watts

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NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER, INC. Community Music Center’s non-profit partner (CMC, Inc.) is an all-volunteer organization that raises money yearround to increase access to music education through need-based scholarships and tuition subsidy, instrument rentals to students, free or low-cost concerts, and more. CMC, Inc. was founded in 1960 by a group of parents and interested citizens to help maintain the CMC as a City facility, providing scholarship assistance and tuition subsidy through year-round fundraising. Today, through its Board of Directors, CMC, Inc. continues to provide the vital financial and leadership support required to ensure equity of access to quality music activities in Portland Parks & Recreation.

Scholarship funds are made possible by fundraising events and generous donations from individuals and businesses made to CMC, Inc. Endowment funds are maintained by the Oregon Community Foundation for CMC, Inc.’s scholarships, operations, and programs: Naomi Blumberg Chamber Music Education Fund Elizabeth N. Gray Fund Shirley Englund Music Scholarships Fund Marion T. Tsefalas Music Scholarships Fund

AWARDS AND MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS Cash awards in memory of dear friends of CMC are presented to outstanding students at the end of each school year based on demonstrated excellence in playing, dedication, involvement in the musical community, and significant progress. The faculty nominates eligible students, and finalists are determined by faculty and staff. All of the award funds listed above are managed by the Oregon Community Foundation.

Since class fees do not cover all costs, CMC relies on donations from individuals and organizations to fulfill its mission. You can help CMC with your tax-deductible cash donation to CMC, Inc. Call 503-823-3177 or visit us online at CommunityMusicCenter.org.

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ROSEWOOD MUSIC PROGRAM ABOUT THE ROSEWOOD MUSIC PROGRAM

Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is offering group classes and private music lessons at Rosewood Initiative (SE 162nd Avenue and Stark Street in Portland). The program, funded by a grant from the City of Portland, currently provides full scholarship for instrumental instruction to school-age youth in East Portland, with preference to students in school programs in the districts of Centennial, David Douglas, Reynolds, and Parkrose. Instrument loans and other support is provided by the Community Music Center, Inc. For more information visit RosewoodInitiative.org

16126 Southeast Stark Street Portland, Oregon 97233 Open by appointment Parking: Lot in front of building Bus Lines: #20 (SE Stark), #74 (SE 162nd) Max: Blue line (stops at SE 162nd and E Burnside) Call Tri-Met at 503-238-RIDE Rosewood is wheelchair accessible.

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INDIVIDUAL LESSONS—Full Scholarship Provided Strings | Age 6-18 / Winds | Age 10-18

Thrive with customized instruction. Build the skills and abilities needed to enjoy music as a participant, gaining self-confidence and developing self-expression. Virutal or In-Person: All lessons are currently virtual (via Zoom). In-person lessons might be available later in Winter term or in Spring 2022. Enrollment Process: Use the application below to be put on a waiting list for an opening. Placement with an instructor depends on openings that are available at the time you apply. •

Online: Use activity code 1142793

Paper Applications in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Cambodian available at: PortlandOregon.gov/Parks/73708

Creative, engaging, and community-building. Students will explore the basics of technique, theory, and sight reading by playing together in a welcoming ensemble setting. Class materials will be provided by the teacher at no extra charge. Participants are encouraged to attend at minimum 8 sessions per term. High level of attendance is expected. Class will be taught in both English and Spanish. All languages spoken are welcome. No previous experience required.

Guitar Circle | Age 17-24 F FREE

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6:00-6:45pm Reyes Llinás

Ukulele Circle—Youth I Age 7-11 F FREE

1/7-3/11 1142683

4:00-4:45pm Reyes Llinás

Ukulele Circle—Teens | Age 12-16 F FREE

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5:00-5:45pm Reyes Llinás

This full-scholarship music lesson program is a service of Portland Parks & Recreation, with major funding provided by a grant from the City of Portland and is supported by the nonprofit Rosewood Initiative, the Wintz Family Foundation, and Community Music Center, Inc.

Return applications to: Community Music Center 3350 SE Francis Street | Portland, OR 97202 Email: cmc@portlandoregon.gov Fax: 503-823-3171 | Phone: 503-679-5879 Wait for a confirmation call. Lessons are scheduled between instructor and student at a mutually agreeable day and time, as verbally confirmed. Your instructor may require materials not included in registration fee. All lessons are 30 minutes weekly. Suzuki, traditional, hybrid, and other instructional methods are used, depending on the instructor. Daily individual practice between classes is a required part of successful music instruction. Instruments Instrument loans may be available—indicate your need for an instrument at the time of pre-registration or fill out our online rental request form. Community Music Center | 503-823-3177

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Administration for Music at Rosewood by Community Music Center Nosotros hablamos español: 503-679-5879

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MULTNOMAH ARTS CENTER Arts Programs Supervisor

Hours

Michael Walsh

Arts Coordinators

Aimé Kelly, Amy Jo McCarville, Nicole Rawlins

Recreation Arts Leaders

Patrick Browne, Mark Cissell, Virginia McKinney

Customer Service / Rental Leaders

John Albert, Craton Highways, Jessica Ramirez

Monday–Thursday 9:00am–9:30pm Friday–Saturday 9:00am–5:00pm Sunday CLOSED

Building Closures and Special Hours

January 1 January 17 January 28 February 21

CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED for staff training CLOSED

Bus Line

7688 Southwest Capitol Highway Portland, Oregon 97219 503-823-ARTS (2787) mac@portlandoregon.gov MultnomahArtsCenter.org

#44 SW 33rd Ave, #45 SW 35th Ave, #64 SW 35th Ave Call Tri-Met at 503-238-RIDE

ADA Accessibility

Parking, entrances, restrooms, classrooms

ABOUT MULTNOMAH ARTS CENTER (MAC) The Multnomah Arts Center (MAC) provides excellent community arts education in the visual, performing, and literary arts at an affordable cost to students of all ages.

WINTER 2022 PROGRAMS MAC will be offering a limited number of classes, activities, and private music lessons during Winter 2022. We look forward to expanding our offerings as staffing and public health guidelines allow. AGES Families, Youth, Teens, Adults, and Seniors TEACHING FORMATS

Visit portland.gov/parks/register or scan the QR code to view and register for MAC classes online. Register DECEMBER 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register JANUARY 10 for February 7–March 13 activities

Pay What You Can – Using PP&R’s Pay What You Can option, registered activities can be reduced up to 75%. No application required. MACA Scholarships Available – If additional financial assistance is needed to ensure someone can participate in MAC programs, please inquire about available support from the Multnomah Arts Center Association by emailing director@MultnomahArtsCenter.org or calling 503-823-2284. Learn more about MACA and how you can support on page 30.

In-person and virtual programs will be offered by MAC arts instructors. ARTS PROGRAMS OFFERED THIS WINTER Focusing on the fundamentals of a variety of art forms, MAC strives to teach creative self-expression to the community in a fun, engaging way. Literary Arts Classes Dance – Ballet, Hip Hop, Tap, and other introductory classes Music – Choir, Group Instruction, and Private Lessons Theatre – Introduction to Theatre, the MAC Studio Theatre, and more. Visual Arts – Ceramics, Drawing & Painting, Jewelry & Metal Arts, Mixed Media, Photography, Printmaking, Textiles, and Woodworking. Spring Break Camps will be offered in March, too!

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MULTNOMAH ARTS CENTER GALLERY We are looking forward to a soft reopening of the MAC Gallery. More information will be available about the rescheduling of cancelled gallery shows and about new submission opportunities soon. Gallery Hours Monday–Thursday Friday–Saturday

9:00am–9:30pm 9:00am–5:00pm

Christine Colasurdo Poet, Calligrapher, Author December 9, 2021–February 12, 2022 For the most up to date information about shows, receptions, and opportunities for artists please visit MultnomahArtsCenter.org/Gallery

LEARN MORE ONLINE Sign up to receive our digital newsletter! This is a great way to receive updates and announcements on our arts class offerings and other opportunities. MultnomahArtsCenter.org/Newsletter Learn all about the Multnomah Arts Center and its nonprofit friends’ group, the Multnomah Arts Center Association: MultnomahArtsCenter.org RENTAL INFORMATION Rental Permits are currently not being issued. Please contact rentals@MultnomahArtsCenter.org or call 503-823-2787 for more information. MultnomahArtsCenter.org/Rentals

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ABOUT MULTNOMAH ARTS CENTER

MULTNOMAH ARTS CENTER

Multnomah Arts Center (MAC) provides excellent arts education in the visual, performing, and literary arts at an affordable cost to students of all ages. We offer programs in music, movement, dance, theatre, woodshop, literary arts, metal arts, mixed media, printmaking, drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, sculpture, textiles, and more. These extensive class offerings are provided by over 100 professional teaching artists from the region. Annually, MAC serves more than 6,000 students regardless of ability, age, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or financial means. Programs run year-round, and scholarships are available. Along with our vibrant arts education program, MAC presents— and partners to bring—theatre, music, dance performances, gallery exhibitions, and other special events to the community; spaces are available to rent. Founded in 1973, MAC is one of the largest comprehensive community arts education programs in the nation. A program of Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R), MAC is a model community center, sharing and maintaining space with multiple nonprofit community service providers. At the heart of MAC’s success is the all-volunteer board of Multnomah Arts Center Association (MACA), a nonprofit body founded in 1983 that supports Multnomah Arts Center. While PP&R supports the annual operation and maintenance of Multnomah Arts Center, the nonprofit MACA makes it possible to exceed expectations for a community center by raising money to provide additional scholarships, outreach, community engagement, and make facility and program improvements.

MULTNOMAH ARTS CENTER ASSOCIATION The Multnomah Arts Center Association (MACA) is a dedicated all-volunteer, nonprofit organization supporting community arts education at MAC, a program of Portland Parks & Recreation. Since 1983, artists and community members like you have enhanced the center by raising money to assure programs and instruction are high-quality, affordable, and accessible. Your support of MACA provides scholarships, obtains equipment, and facilitates infrastructure improvements that enhance the quality of class programming for lifelong learning. If you believe that art education is an essential investment in our community, please consider donating to MACA today.

TENANT INFORMATION In addition to providing community arts education programming and community rentals, Multnomah Arts Center provides space to these nonprofit community service providers. Contact information is provided below as a courtesy to the public. Columbia Basin Basketry Guild basketryguild.org Community Policing Office 503-823-3333 (Police Non-Emergency) Guild of Oregon Woodworkers guildoforegonwoodworkers.com Neighborhood House Aging Services and Senior Center 503-244-5204 nhpdx.org Northwest Woodturners Guild northwestwoodturnersguild.com Portland Handweavers Guild portlandhandweaversguild.org Portland Storytellers Guild portlandstorytellers.org Print Arts Northwest printartsnw.org The Soul Box Project soulboxproject.org Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. swni.org Summer Free For All 503-823-5059 portland.gov/parks/sffa

MACA's mission is to advocate for equity and access to arts education. Help us keep the momentum going by making a donation to MACA today! MultnomahArtsCenter.org/donate

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kathleen Madden, President Beth Nichols, Treasurer Gordon Campbell, Chair

Swapna Mukhopadhyay

Jerry Harris, Secretary

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SPRING BREAK CAMPS IMPORTANT CAMP INFORMATION

Theatre—Rabbit Tales | Age 4-7

FOOD / DRINKS REQUIREMENTS: Please, send your camper with at least two snacks and a water bottle each day. We ask that you also limit the number of sugary snacks and drinks you send with your child. Campers are not allowed to purchase snacks during the day, so please do not send money. MAC does not provide snacks or lunch for campers.

ePACT: The ePACT program is being used across Portland Parks and Recreation and has replaced our paper hard copy system that has been used in the past. Filling this form out ensures our staff have the information they need to ensure the safety of your camper. You will receive an email invite from ePACT, our online participant emergency information system. Please follow the link in the email invite you received and fill out/submit your ePACT form. Staff are NOT allowed to check in campers who do not have completed ePACT forms. (While we are highly encouraging electronic submission, we will have paper forms available onsite for those with barriers to internet access. These will still need to be filled out completely before staff check in campers.)

PICK-UP / DROP-OFF: MAC cannot accommodate early drop-off or late pick-up. Please list all individuals authorized to pick up your child on your ePACT submission. Any other arrangements must be requested in writing one week in advance of the camp start date and approved by a Program Coordinator.

MEDICATION AND MEDICATION WAIVER FORM (if needed): If your child requires the administration of any medication during camp, The Medical Administration and Medication waiver forms must be submitted no later than one week in advance of the camp start date. Please contact the MAC office at 503823-2787 for the forms.

CANCELLATION POLICY: MAC requires notification seven days prior to the first day of camp for full refunds. After the camp begins, no refund will be given.

Imaginations soar as words come alive. Reading and hearing stories read out loud promotes improved vocabularies, arouses curiosity and awakens the artist in us all. Use multi-media art techniques to interpret your own reactions. The story begins here! Spring Break at MAC: The Rabbit tales we will explore come from Africa, Korea, Mexico, Japan and a beautiful American folk song/ story about rabbits dancing in the moonlight. Explore one country each day, with props and theatre games to go along with the stories. M-F 9:30-12:30pm 3/21-3/25 $120 [5 Classes] 1142808 Alyson Osborn

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Dance—Dance Explorations | Age 6-9

Celebrate dance! Explore African dance, ballet, jazz, creative movement, ballet pantomime, and vivid storytelling through improvisation. Learn new vocabulary and tools for safely building strength and expanding flexibility while increasing balance and coordination. Students will be encouraged to express themselves and embrace their unique qualities through movement. M-F 9:30-12:30pm 3/21-3/25 $120 [5 Classes] 1142821 Amaya Krasnitz

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FAMILY

DANCE—YOUTH

Dance—Movement & Me | Age 2-5

Dance Creatively | Age 3-5

Join your child to leap like gazelles and spin like tops while developing music appreciation, rhythm, coordination, and strength through introductory dance steps and movement. Build listening and socialization skills while discovering how fun dancing can be. Move to the beat! This is a family class—Adult attendance is required. Register the child only. W 9:15-9:55am 1/5-3/9 $90 [10 Classes] 1141501 Jarmila Darby

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Winter Wonderland | Age 18 months-5

Silly snow people, sparkly snowflakes and many other winter wonders are brought to life using a variety of mixed media. Foster creative thinking and self-expression. Enjoy, encourage, and excite your child through art. This is a family class—Adult attendance is required. Register the child only. W 10:00-11:00am 1/5-2/2 $76 [5 Classes] 1141533 Dawn Grunwald

Ceramics—Clay Creations | Age 2-8

Can you construct a world with your fingers? Create shapes from nature or your imagination while exploring handbuilding and sculpting. Exchange ideas and inspiration from artists around you while giving form to your dreams. Add color to your creations and see how the kiln works its magic. This is a family class—Adult attendance is required. Register the child only. *No class on January 17 and February 21 M 3:15-4:15pm 1/10-3/7* $112 [7 Classes] 1141477 Carson Culp

Textiles—Fun with Fiber | Age 6 & up

Through hands-on techniques, discover how to create with a variety fibers. In this fun and playful class, students will explore felting, weaving, finger knitting and braiding t-shirt yarn. Bring home a fabulously felted animal friend and other cool stuff. Create fun and funky art from yarn, roving and thrifted t-shirts. Parents/Guardians are welcome to register with their child. Sa 10:00-11:30am 1/8-1/29 $60 [4 Classes] 1142784 Dawn Grunwald

Art Dolls | Age 6 & up

Did you know that dolls used to be handmade from rags, bits of wood, shell and bones? In this class you will learn basic hand-sewing using fabric scraps, bits of yarn, buttons, beads, and other embellishments. Design and construct your very own one-of-a-kind doll. Parents/ Guardians are welcome to register with their child. Sa 10:00-1:00pm 2/26 $45 [1 Class] 1141540 Dawn Grunwald

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Experience the joy of dance and music as they are intertwined into exciting movement just for young imaginations. Dance inspires creative thinking and motion while dancers gain flexibility, strength, rhythm, and balance to sustain them as they learn and grow. W 10:10-10:55am 1/5-3/9 $100 [10 Classes] 1141486 Jarmila Darby

Pre Ballet I | Age 3-5

First position, second position, now you’re on your way through basic training in a classical dance form. Emphasis on fun, coordination, rhythm, music, and mime using props, rhymes, and stories. *No class on January 17 and February 21 M 3:15-4:00pm 1/3-3/7* $80 [8 Classes] 1141481 Dana Christy

Pre Ballet II | Age 5-7

Basic ballet skills, terminology, rhythm, and coordination are taught, practiced, and developed through creative movement, music, and use of props in a supportive and encouraging environment. *No class on January 17 and February 21 M 4:15-5:00pm 1/3-3/7* $80 [8 Classes] 1141483 Dana Christy

Ballet I | Age 6-12

Transition from the creative movement aspect of Pre-Ballet to a more formal ballet class in which the fundamentals of ballet and barre work are introduced. Focus on posture, muscle strength, coordination, and musicality in a supportive and encouraging environment. One year Pre-Ballet experience recommended but not required. Th 5:30-6:30pm 1/6-3/10 $120 [10 Classes] 1142812 Dana Christy

Dance Explorations | Age 6-9

Celebrate dance! Explore ballet, jazz, creative movement, ballet pantomime, and vivid storytelling through improvisation. Learn new vocabulary and tools for safely building strength and expanding flexibility while increasing balance and coordination. Students will be encouraged to express themselves and embrace their unique qualities through movement. *No class on January 17 and February 21 M 5:15-6:15pm 1/3-3/7* $96 [8 Classes] 1141489 Dana Christy

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THEATRE—YOUTH Tap Dance

Discover an exciting and lively American dance art experience. Develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination, improve balance, and increase strength and flexibility while exploring steps and movement! From practicing proper warm-up techniques to exploring basic choreography, each class will instill confidence and encourage creativity. Complexity of steps and choreography increases with each level

Tiny Tappers | Age 3-5

Th 2:30-3:15pm $100 [10 Classes] 1141504

Tap Dance I for Kids | Age 5-8 Th 3:30-4:15pm $100 [10 Classes] 1141513

1/6-3/10 Claire Roche 1/6-3/10 Claire Roche

Tap Dance I / II for Kids | Age 8-13

1/6-3/10 Claire Roche

Hip Hop

Get your dance on! Build endurance, flexibility, strength, and balance. Have fun breaking a sweat while learning the energetic style of hip hop dance. Focus on rhythm, musicality, basic footwork, modern choreography, smooth moves, and more.

Age 7-10

Tu 3:30-4:30pm $120 [10 Classes] 1141498

Age 10-15

Tu 4:45-5:45pm $120 [10 Classes] 1141495

1/4-3/8 Kelsi Schnitter 1/4-3/8 Kelsi Schnitter

African Dance | Age 7-12

This course is an introduction to African dance. Students will learn the basic vocabulary and movements of this form with an emphasis on body and spatial awareness, alignment, locomotor skills, and creativeness. Students will also learn about the history of African dance as a performing art. Get ready to dance! Students will have an opportunity to showcase and share their moves on the last day of class. Karibu. (Welcome.) Sa 1:00-2:00pm 1/8-3/12 $120 [10 Classes] 1142809 Amaya Krasnitz

Experience the joy of dance, music, and theatre as they are intertwined into creative movement. Express yourself through a unique form of storytelling and become whatever you can imagine... Build new ways of thinking and pretending, while gaining performance skills, confidence, rhythm, and strength. Sa 10:30-11:30am 1/8-3/12 $120 [10 Classes] 1142461 Alyson Osborn

Action Adventure Theatre | Age 4-7

Exploration and navigation of points unknown: secret codes, scavenger hunts, spy evasion, clue detection. Maxwell Smart meets Indiana Jones. Have a great time imagining and acting out the stories we create each week. A very physical class with lots of creative thinking, problem solving, and excitement. New adventures await. Sa 9:30-10:15am 1/8-3/12 $100 [10 Classes] 1141545 Alyson Osborn

Acting Fundamentals | Age 8-13

Dive into the magic of creating live theatre! Learn about the different elements of fun and collaborative storytelling, including: character building, improvisational theatre, voice techniques, and more. Build your confidence through theatre games and acting exercises in a safe and nurturing environment. This course will culminate with a short performance for friends and family on the last day of class. Tu 4:00-5:00pm 1/4-3/8 $120 [10 Classes] 1141542 Alyson Osborn

Page to Stage: The Stinky Cheese Man | Age 9-11

Join this class and prepare to dive into the crazy, comic, and absurd world of wacked-out fairy tales by Jon Scieszka adapted for stage by Timothy Scarrott. Get comfortable on stage and gain confidence as you collaborate with a small ensemble to bring a short script to life. Ignite imagination and become familiar with essential performing skills through theatre games, improvisations, movement, and voice exercises. Develop a foundation for further forays into the world of theatre, becoming familiar with its language and what’s expected of young actors. This class production concludes with a fully staged performance for family and friends on the last day of class—March 8 at 7:00pm. Student attendance is required at all rehearsals and the performance. Tu 6:00-7:30pm 1/4-3/8 $220 [10 Classes] 1142374 Dawn Panttaja and Timothy Scarrott

Jazz Dance | Age 7-12

This is a great form of personal expression created and sustained through improvisation. Its heritage is traced to African origins that utilize upbeat music. Enjoy these high-energy movements and improve muscle tone, endurance, and rhythm. Sa 3:30-4:30pm 1/8-3/12 $120 [10 Classes] 1142810 Amaya Krasnitz

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Creative Movement | Age 5-7


THEATRE—YOUTH Studio Theatre: Nancy Drew: Mystery of the Great Cryptogram | Age 12-19

The River Heights Footlighters have transformed the old Old Granville Estate into a Shakespearean Dinner Theatre. When a troop of out of town actors arrive to perform Macbeth, disaster strikes! A rare volume on Shakespeare is stolen from the River Heights Library, an ‘accident’ befalls the leading lady, and it looks like the Old Granville Estate really is haunted! Is it the curse of the ‘Scottish Play,’ or are there even more sinister forces at work? It’s up to Nancy and her chums to solve the mystery. This fully staged theatre production has a part for the shy first-timer and the seasoned young professional. Student attendance is required at all rehearsals and performances. Sa 9:30-12:30pm 1/8-3/5 $360 [17 Classes] 1142372 Dawn Panttaja and Timothy Scarrott

VISUAL ARTS & DRAWING CLASSES— YOUTH Young Artists—Drawing, Painting and Mixed Media

Students will experience creating works of art in a variety of media using the design elements of line, shape, color, texture, and form to draw, paint, and create 2-D and 3-D compositions. Experience includes self expression and independence, while developing creativity working with fantasy, feelings, ideas, color, and collage using tools as well as recycled media.

Age 4-7

W $76 [5 Classes]

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Age 8-13 Additional Evening Rehearsals Wednesday, January 12 Thursday, February 3 Monday, March 7 Wednesday, March 9 Thursday, March 10

PERFORMANCES Friday, March 11 Saturday, March 12 Sunday, March 13

6:30-8:30pm 6:30-8:30pm 6:30-8:30pm 6:30-8:30pm 6:30- 8:30pm (Final Dress) 7:00pm start 7:00pm start 2:00pm start

W $76 [5 Classes]

3:45-4:45pm 1142478

2/9-3/9 Jenna Gersbach-King

5:00-6:00pm 1142479

2/9-3/9 Jenna Gersbach-King

Drawing and Painting

Action! Brushstrokes! Beautiful lines, gorgeous colors, wild shapes, and interesting composition! You will learn about all of these as we experiment with a variety of media such as paint, pastel, and colored pencil. Try out techniques such as painting, drawing and printing. Create amazing faces, places, flowers, fish, abstractions, and more.

Age 4-7

Th $61 [4 Classes]

3:45-4:45pm 1141548

1/13-2/3 Jenna Gersbach-King

Th $76 [5 Classes]

3:45-4:45pm 1141558

2/10-3/10 Jenna Gersbach-King

Sa $76 [5 Classes]

10:00-11:00am 1141550

2/12-3/12 Jenna Gersbach-King

Th $61 [4 Classes]

5:00-6:00pm 1141554

1/13-2/3 Jenna Gersbach-King

Th $76 [5 Classes]

5:00-6:00pm 1141556

2/10-3/10 Jenna Gersbach-King

Age 8-13

Sa 11:30-1:00pm $105 [5 Classes] 1141552

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YOUTH CLAY—CERAMICS Clay Creations | Age 2-8

Can you construct a world with your fingers? Create shapes from nature or your imagination while exploring handbuilding and sculpting. Exchange ideas and inspiration from artists around you while giving form to your dreams. Add color to your creations and see how the kiln works its magic. This is a family class—Adult attendance is required. Register the child only. *No class on 1/17 and 2/21 M 3:15-4:15pm 1/10-3/7 $112 [7 Classes] 1141477 Carson Culp

Handbuilding and Sculpture

Age 4-7 Drawing Studio

Develop a strong understanding of the use of line, shape, color, composition, and perspective to draw both the realistic and imaginary. Explore a variety of media, such as pencil, pen, markers, crayons, and pastels. Learn to talk about and appreciate your own unique artworks. *No class on 1/17 and 2/21 M 3:30-4:30pm 1/10-3/7* $107 [7 Classes] 1143106 Brian Shannon

Drawing Techniques

Focus on personal expression using a variety of media such as pencil, charcoal, and pastel. Practice drawing exercises that encourage exploration, expression, and creativity. Gain an understanding of line and space while having fun. Learn to talk about and appreciate your own unique artworks. *No class on 1/17 and 2/21 M 4:45-6:15pm 1/10-3/7* $157 [7 Classes] 1143104 Brian Shannon

Tu $56 [4 Classes]

3:30-4:30pm 1141465

1/11-2/1 Jan Von Bergen

Tu $70 [5 Classes]

3:30-4:30pm 1141469

2/8-3/8 Jan Von Bergen

Tu $56 [4 Classes]

5:00-6:00pm 1141467

1/11-2/1 Jan Von Bergen

Tu $70 [5 Classes]

5:00-6:00pm 1141471

2/8-3/8 Jan Von Bergen

Age 8-13

Wheel Throwing | Age 9-13

Explore the potter’s wheel. Develop throwing skills, learning to use your hands and tools to shape form. Increase patience and coordination. Gain a sense of accomplishment using basic techniques. Add color to your creations with glaze and see how the kiln works its magic. *No class on 1/17 and 2/21 M 4:30-6:00pm 1/10-3/7* $147 [7 Classes] 1141473 Carson Culp

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Invent, discover, and play with clay. Create from fantasies or reality as you learn to hand build and sculpt. Let your imagination lead your hands and get your fingers working with construction techniques like coil, pinch, and molding, bring your clay to life. Add color to your creations with glaze and see how the kiln works its magic.


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Hand and Wheel | Age 9-13

Fun with Fiber | Age 6 & up

If you want to try it all and don’t mind getting your hands dirty, this is the class. Increase patience and coordination. Gain a sense of accomplishment using basic hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques and tools. Add color to your creations with glaze and see how the kiln works its magic. All basic materials included. W 4:30-6:00pm 1/12-3/9 $189 [9 Classes] 1141463 Carson Culp

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Hand and Wheel | Age 11-17

Experience a wide variety of clay forming processes in this “tween and teen” class that includes wheel throwing, handbuilding and sculpture. Learn to throw on the potter’s wheel, handbuild using coils and slabs, and sculpt animals, figures and more. Surface processes such as stamping, carving, and using slips, wax resist and glaze will also be covered. All basic materials included. Th 4:30-6:00pm 1/13-3/10 $189 [9 Classes] 1141461 Virginia McKinney

Through hands-on techniques, discover how to create with a variety fibers. In this fun and playful class, students will explore felting, weaving, finger knitting and braiding t-shirt yarn. Bring home a fabulously felted animal friend and other cool stuff. Create fun and funky art from yarn, roving and thrifted t-shirts. Parents/Guardians are welcome to register with their child. Sa 10:00-11:30am 1/8-1/29 $60 [4 Classes] 1142784 Dawn Grunwald

Art Dolls | Age 6 & up

Did you know that dolls used to be handmade from rags, bits of wood, shell and bones? In this class you will learn basic hand-sewing using fabric scraps, bits of yarn, buttons, beads, and other embellishments. Design and construct your very own one-of-a-kind doll. Parents/ Guardians are welcome to register with their child. Sa 10:00-1:00pm 2/26 $45 [1 Class] 1141540 Dawn Grunwald

PHOTOGRAPHY Digital Photography | Age 12-17

Start getting better acquainted with your favorite digital camera. Learn a few basic photography techniques, how to best handle different lighting situations and to creatively enhance your photos beyond just ‘one button’ filters. Mobile devices, tablet, DLSR, mirrorless and point and shoot welcome. A digital device that takes pictures and a digital device that can run photography software and/or apps and a way to connect the two are required. MAC has iPads that can be used during class. W 4:30-6:00pm 1/5-2/2 $105 [5 Classes] 1141538 Jenna Gersbach-King

METALS Jewelry / Metalsmithing—Metalsmithing I Age 10-15

Work from your own design to create a finished art object or wearable piece of jewelry. Learn to saw, solder, and polish your piece. Emphasis will be on design development and basic metalworking skills. Returning students may work on more advanced projects with instructor approval. No prerequisite. W 4:30-6:00pm 1/5-3/2 $140 [9 Classes] 1141531 Junko Iijima

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DANCE—ADULT African Dance | Age 13 & up

This course is an introduction to African dance. Students will learn the basic vocabulary and movements of this form with an emphasis on body and spatial awareness, alignment, locomotor skills, and creativity. Students will also learn about the history of African dance as a performing art. Get ready to dance! Students will have an opportunity to showcase and share their moves on the last day of class. Karibu. (Welcome.) W 7:45-8:45pm 1/5-3/9 $120 [10 Classes] 1142796 Amaya Krasnitz Sa $120 [10 Classes]

2:15-3:15pm 1142811

1/8-3/12 Amaya Krasnitz

Hip Hop | Age 15 & up

Ballet – Beginning | Age 13 & up

This classically structured ballet class is for motivated beginners. Focused training in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Discover your inner grace by immersing yourself in this classic form. Learn or review ballet basics and work on flexibility, strength, and alignment. Build or rebuild a solid foundation of technique, placement, and terminology as you incorporate barre, center practice, adage, and allegro. Th 6:45-7:45pm 1/6-3/10 $120 [10 Classes] 1142813 Dana Christy

This is a great form of personal expression created and sustained through improvisation. Its heritage is traced to African origins that utilize upbeat music. Enjoy these high-energy movements and improve muscle tone, endurance, and rhythm. W 6:30-7:30pm 1/5-3/9 $120 [10 Classes] 1142795 Amaya Krasnitz

Tap Dance for Seniors | Age 60 & up

Participate in this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Help develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination, improve balance, and increase strength and flexibility while exploring steps and movement! From practicing proper warm-up techniques to exploring basic choreography, each class will instill confidence and encourage creativity. Have fun! Complexity of steps and choreography increases with each level.

Beginner

Tu 10:00-11:00am $120 [10 Classes] 1141510

1/4-3/8 Sue Ceswick

Advanced Beginner

For those with some tap experience that want tot take it to the next step. Tu 11:15-12:15pm 1/4-3/8 $120 [10 Classes] 1141507 Sue Ceswick

Tap: Absolute Beginner | Age 13 & up

Always wanted to tap dance? Now’s your chance! No experience necessary. Learn basic tap steps, combinations, and dances. Increase agility, grace, ankle strength, and flexibility with this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination while having fun. The Instructor has shoes for loan for all new tappers. Th 9:30-10:30am 1/6-3/10 $120 [10 Classes] 1141525 Sue Ceswick

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Get your dance on! Build endurance, flexibility, strength, and balance. Have fun breaking a sweat while learning the energetic style of hip hop dance. Focus on rhythm, musicality, basic footwork, modern choreography, smooth moves, and more. Tu 6:00-7:00pm 1/4-3/8 $120 [10 Classes] 1141492 Kelsi Schnitter

Jazz Dance | Age 13 & up


DANCE—ADULT

THEATRE—ADULT

Tap: Advanced Beginner | Age 13 & up

Improv for Everyone | Age 13 & up

Increase agility, grace, ankle strength, and flexibility with this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination while having fun. Th 10:30-11:30am 1/6-3/10 $120 [10 Classes] 1141528 Sue Ceswick

Tap I | Age 13 & up

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Always wanted to tap dance? Now’s your chance! No experience necessary. In this fast paced class, learn basic tap steps, combinations, and dances. Increase agility, grace, ankle strength, and flexibility with this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination while having fun. The Instructor has shoes for loan for all new tappers. Th 6:00-7:00pm 1/6-3/10 $120 [10 Classes] 1142815 Sue Ceswick

Tap II | Age 13 & up

Increase agility, grace, ankle strength, and flexibility with this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination while having fun. Complexity of steps and choreography increases with each level. The Instructor has shoes for loan for all new tappers. Th 7:00-8:00pm 1/6-3/10 $120 [10 Classes] 1141522 Sue Ceswick

Tap III | Age 13 & up

For those with tap experience who want to get a great work out in this high energy faced pace class. Increase agility, grace, ankle strength, and flexibility with this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination while having fun. Complexity of steps and choreography increases with each level. The Instructor has shoes for loan for all new tappers. W 6:00-7:00pm 1/5-3/9 $120 [10 Classes] 1142440 Sue Ceswick

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Everyone deserves a chance to explore their creative side and take a journey of imagination in safe, supportive environment. Working as an ensemble and using our acting tools, together we will create our own story and characters. This class is for theatre makers of all experiences. This course will culminate with a short performance for friends and family on the last day of class. Tu 6:30-7:30pm 1/4-3/8 $120 [10 Classes] 1142806 Alyson Osborn

LITERARY ARTS— TEENS & ADULTS Creative Writing—Virtual—Short Stories Age 13 & up

Do you have scraps of paper everywhere with notes about stories you plan to write someday? Looking for a consistent reason to put pen to paper? Join us as we explore character, dialogue, and plot in short story form. Develop your singular voice in community with other writers. Th $15 [10 Classes]

4:30-6:00pm 1142545

1/6-3/10 Meg Currell

Poetry Writing | Age 16 & up

Poetry as a means of expression, exploration, and experience is available to everyone. Write poetry in response to prompts and read a variety of published poems that you can use as inspiration. Read and respond to one another’s work in this supportive setting. *No class 1/17/21 and 2/21/21 Mon $200 [8 Classes]

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10:00am-12:30pm 1/3-3/7* 1142546 Christopher Luna


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MUSIC—ADULT & TEEN

Group Guitar | Age 8-12

Group Guitar I | Age 13 & up

Experience the excitement of creating and making music as you learn about the basic foundational skills of playing the guitar in a fun and welcoming group setting! Learn about chords, strumming, and music notation while getting to play songs and learn alongside others. *No previous experience required. Tu 4:00-4:50pm 1/4-3/8* $120 [10 Classes] 1142126 Chuck Cheesman

Group Ukulele | Age 8-12

Experience the excitement of creating and making music as you learn about the basic foundational skills of playing the ukulele in a fun and welcoming group setting! Learn about chords, strumming, and music notation while getting to play songs and learn alongside others. *No previous experience required. Tu 5:00-5:50pm 1/4-3/8* $120 [10 Classes] 1142127 Chuck Cheesman

School year 2021–22 private music lesson registration is ongoing. MAC’s Private Music Lesson Program for the 2021–22 school year (October through early June) has begun, but it’s not too late to register. Please submit a registration form at bit.ly/maclessons or see our website for more information: MultnomahArtsCenter.org

Group Guitar II | Age 13 & up

Develop your guitar skills in this fun and welcoming group setting. Work on chord progressions, strumming techniques, and musicianship while learning how to play a variety of popular and folk songs with others. Prerequisite: Music—Teen & Adult Group Guitar I or equivalent; basic guitar knowledge. *No class 1/17 and 2/21 M 7:30-8:30pm 1/3-3/7* $96 [8 Classes] 1142125 Chuck Cheesman

Group Ukulele I | Age 13 & up

Develop your ukulele skills in this fun and welcoming group setting. Work on chord progressions, strumming techniques, and musicianship while learning how to play a variety of popular and folk songs with others. No previous experience required. Tu 6:30-7:20pm 1/4-3/8 $120 [10 Classes] 1142128 Chuck Cheesman

Group Ukulele Songbook | Age 13 & up

This class is for anyone who has an understanding of basic ukulele technique—Come strum with this group as we focus on learning and playing popular songs and melodies. Perfect for anyone who knows a handful of chords and is interested in singing and strumming with others in a fun and inclusive group setting! Tu 7:30-8:30pm 1/4-3/8 $120 [10 Classes] 1142129 Chuck Cheesman

Multnomah Chorus | Age 16 & up

Experience the joy of creating music together, led by a skilled and experienced director, in this no-audition community choir for all voices. Sing a diverse range of music, develop skills, and create community through music. W 7:00-9:00pm 1/12-3/16 $135 [10 Classes] 1142189 Mark Woodward

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MUSIC—ALL AGES

Develop your guitar skills in this fun and welcoming group setting. Work on chord progressions, strumming techniques, and musicianship while learning how to play a variety of popular and folk songs with others. No previous experience required. *No class 1/17 and 2/21 M 6:15-7:15pm 1/3-3/7* $96 [8 Classes] 1142124 Chuck Cheesman


VISUAL ARTS—ADULT & TEEN DRAWING Beginning Drawing: Learning to See—Virtual Age 13 & up

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Learning to draw or ‘see’ is knowing what to actively look for. In this online class, you will focus on four key concepts that will stimulate your curiosity and focus; and improve your drawing abilities in a step-by-step manner. From the start you’ll learn how to think of your subject in terms of the composition and how to make a strong start with an approach called the ‘Block-in.’ You will learn to see and draw the proportions of objects and their relationships to other objects. Develop an eye for perspective to create the illusion of depth, and gain skill in creating gradations of tone and create the illusion of light and shadow. Instructor is bilingual, so Spanish speakers welcome! Supplies not included. Get supply list online. Tu 2:00-3:30pm 1/11 -3/1 $15 [8 Classes] 1142689 Eduardo Fernandez

Drawing—Fundamentals | Age 13 & up

Drawing is a fundamental artistic skill from which all other art forms grow or are supported by. Emphasis will be on training the hand and eye to work together to draw what you see. Through lecture and demonstration, drawing materials and surfaces will be covered, along with core concepts of value, shading, texture, light and cast shadow, proportion, perspective, and composition. Contour drawing, gesture, quick sketches, and longer drawings will all be explained and practiced. Historical and contemporary drawing styles will be shown to gain perspective on how artists have employed these materials and techniques. Geared for beginners, but students wanting to get a refresher are welcome. Get materials list online. Tu 9:30am-12:30pm 1/4-3/8 $282 [10 Classes] 1141609 Eduardo Fernandez W $282 [10 Classes]

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1/5-3/9 Brian Shannon

Drawing Using the Right Side of the Brain Age 13 & up

Enhance your powers of observation and build or strengthen basic drawing skills. This approach to drawing offers a different perspective for beginners. Focusing on five perceptual skills that when combined form a universal skill, students will through demonstrations and practice, work on their understanding of edges, space, relationships, light and shadow, and the whole (or gestalt). Use of drawing materials also covered. Get materials list online. W 9:30am-12:00pm 1/5-3/9 $235 [10 Classes] 1141615 Lila Jarzombek

Colored Pencil—Basics & Beyond Age 13 & up

This beautiful and versatile medium allows the artist to incorporate aspects of both drawing and painting. Learn color mixing and layering, and different effects with crosshatching, stippling, burnishing, and varied paper surfaces. Through lectures and demonstrations that include contemporary and historical practices from around the world, students will gain a strong foundation in this popular art form. Get materials list online. Th 9:30am-12:30pm 1/6-3/10 $282 [10 Classes] 1141618 Brian Shannon

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PAINTING Oils & Acrylics for Beginners | Age 13 & up

Interested in painting, but not sure if you would like to try acrylics or oils? Gain understanding of both through step by step demonstrations and discussions of historical and contemporary practices. Students will choose to practice from acrylics or oils in this introductory course. Work on structured assignments from a foundation of basic concepts: composition, form, contrast, and color. Though geared for beginners, more experienced students may join to refresh themselves on core techniques. Students cannot miss first class. Get materials list online. Tu 7:00-9:30pm 1/4 -3/8 $235 [10 Classes] 1141645 Gage Mace Th $282 [10 Classes]

9:30am-12:30pm 1/6 -3/10 1141642 Eduardo Fernandez

Watercolor—All Levels | Age 13 & up

Watercolor—Beginning | Age 13 & up

Gage Mace, Artist

Acrylics for Beginners | Age 13 & up

Acrylics are one of the most accessible, versatile, and least toxic mediums for painting. With quick drying times, ability to be thinned or cleaned up with water, a large variety of mediums to stretch drying time, add texture or volume, acrylics make a great choice for beginning painters. With instructor guidance, the student will choose a project that will help them gain skills in the basics: composition, form, contrast, and color. Both historical and contemporary practices of this art form will be reviewed. Students cannot miss first class. Get materials list online. Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 1/8 -3/12 $282 [10 Classes] 1141639 Gage Mace

Learn watercolor history, current practice, and technical basics while expressing your own unique vision in a supportive environment. Improve and refine your painting skills as you learn methods in mixing colors, applying washes, and using tones and values as compositional elements in your paintings. Begin with simple exercises designed to help you feel competent about your style and skill. Additional topics include wet-into-wet, saving the white of the paper, and creating textures and patterns. Get materials list online. W 9:30am-12:30pm 1/12-3/9 $254 [9 Classes] 1141669 Char Fitzpatrick

Watercolor & Mixed Media | Age 13 & up

Got a drawer full of art stuff you’ve never used? This mixed media class will incorporate basic watercolor techniques with several other mediums such as drawing pencils, pastels, gouache, ink, wax resist crayons and collage. Focus will address value improvement, color training and composition. Subject matter will include wildlife, landscapes, still-lifes (floral & fall produce) and abstract explorations, along with examples of work from contemporary and historical artists. Basic drawing experience helpful. Get materials list online. W 1:00-4:00pm 1/12-3/9 $254 [9 Classes] 1141663 Char Fitzpatrick

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Join this supportive group where beginners get foundational lessons, and more seasoned students can experiment with or refine techniques such as color mixing, tones and values, compositional elements and texture creation. Subject matter will vary and in-class projects will be assigned weekly. Or, you may choose to work on your own project with any direction, assistance and critique time needed from the instructor. Includes discussion of historical and contemporary watercolor practice. Some drawing experience is recommended. Get materials list online. Tu 1:30-4:30pm 1/11-3/8 $254 [9 Classes] 1141666 Susan Hinton


VISUAL ARTS—ADULT & TEEN Encaustic Painting | Age 13 & up

MIXED MEDIA

“Encaustic Painting is about creating without limits.”—P. Seggebruch. An ancient medium practiced since the 5th century in Greece, this art form celebrates luminous color and incredible textural possibilities. This class is about mixing colored beauty into plain white beeswax. The areas explored will be colored wax pigment, collage, adding paint and inks, image transfer, and incising. Interest, patience, and skill is what will make the experience rewarding. All levels welcome. Price includes a studio and materials fee of $60 which covers all basic supplies. Students may bring supplemental materials to class. W 6:00-9:00pm 1/26-3/9 $266 [7 Classes] 1141621 Jan von Bergen

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Jude Siegel, Artist

Nature Journaling—For the Joy of It Age 13 & up

Journaling is a relaxing, delightful way to record what charms you, with simple drawing and watercolor, and some writing. Learn to see in a new way, to create pages that reflect experiences, observations, musings. Not for mastery, but as a personal, creative way to “pay attention, be astonished, tell about it.” (Mary Oliver) Lots of ideas, with support and encouragement. No art experience needed! Get materials list online. *No class on 2/15 Tu 10:00-1:00pm 1/4-3/8* $254 [9 Classes] 1141636 Jude Siegel

Mixed Media for Seniors | Age 60 & up

Discover how the elements of design: color, line, shape and pattern combine to create beautiful art. Bring your materials, curiosity, and enthusiasm. Each class will focus on the Element of the Day as the starting point for a painting or drawing. Activity includes warm-ups, fun projects, art history, and time for critique in relaxed atmosphere that encourages interaction and creativity. Get materials list online. *No class on 1/28 F 9:30am-12:00pm 1/7-2/4* $94 [4 Classes] 1142204 Tobi Kibel Piatek F 9:30am-12:00pm 2/11-3/11 $113 [5 Classes] 1142205 Tobi Kibel Piatek

Watercolor & Mixed Media | Age 13 & up

Got a drawer full of art stuff you’ve never used? This mixed media class will incorporate basic watercolor techniques with several other mediums such as drawing pencils, pastels, gouache, ink, wax resist crayons and collage. Focus will address value improvement, color training and composition. Subject matter will include wildlife, landscapes, still-lifes (floral & fall produce) and abstract explorations, along with examples of work from contemporary and historical artists. Basic drawing experience helpful. Get materials list online. W 1:00-4:00pm 1/12-3/9 $254 [9 Classes] 1141663 Char Fitzpatrick

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Printmaking—Monotype: The Painterly Print Age 13 & up

PRINTMAKING CLASSES

Multnomah Arts Center Trayle Print Studio offers classes and workshops for serious students and hobbyists alike. Class fees cover most supplies needed, though students are encouraged to purchase their own editioning paper. The print studio is equipped with two etching presses, one lithography press, one clamshell press and two proof presses for letterpress, drawers of type, solar plate exposure unit, aquatint box, hot plates, etching tank, many small printmaking tools, rollers, brayers, litho stones, screens and more. See MAC’s website for more details about the program and studio amenities.

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Printmaking—Survey | Age 13 & up

Curious about printmaking, but not sure which class to take? Explore the variety, history, and beauty of this branch of the art world. Students will explore block print, intaglio, screenprint, lithography, and monotype in this jam-packed survey class. Price includes a $45 studio and materials fee which covers all basic supplies. Students may bring supplemental materials to class. Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 1/15-3/5 $280 [8 Classes] 1141657 Brian Shannon

Printmaking—Screenprinting Basics Age 13 & up

Discover this versatile medium used to make posters, cards, wallpaper, t-shirt, and textile designs. Focus on projects using stencil, direct drawing, and painting. Develop composition and layering skills by using multi-color registration. Photo-screenprinting is not covered in this class, but will be covered in the intermediate course. Price includes $40 studio and materials fee which covers basic materials. Students can use a loaner screen, or bring their own to class. Get list online for optional additional materials. Th 6:00-9:00pm 2/3-3/10 $216 [6 Classes] 1141660 Lila Jarzombek

Printmaking—Intermediate Etching Age 13 & up

Etching, or more accurately, Intaglio, is a versatile art form that allows the artist to design images that are painterly or precise. It involves incising a drawing or design into a copper plate using tools and etchants, and printing onto paper using a press. This term, learn more advanced aquatint techniques including sugar-lift, ink lift, and spit bite. Best practices in safer and less toxic material use and options are used in this class. Prerequisite: student must know how to make an aquatint. Price includes a $45 studio and materials fee which covers all basic supplies. Students may bring supplemental materials to class. Tu 9:30am-12:30pm 1/11 -3/8 $280 [9 Classes] 1141654 Brian Shannon

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Requirements: Open Print Studio sessions are only available to currently registered MAC Adult Printmaking students. Youth classes and adult printmaking workshops are excluded. Advanced registration is required. Registration Start Date for Winter 2022 Sessions: Monday, December 20 at 12:30pm Fees: $15 per three-hour session Dates & Times: See MAC website or contact the MAC office for details. OTHER DETAILS • Maximum Enrollment: 6 students • How to register: Register online, in person at MAC, or over the phone: 503-823-ARTS (2787). • Waitlists: Full sessions will have waitlists. Waitlisted folks will be contacted when there is an opening. • Refunds: Refund policy is the same as for classes—7 days prior to session. • Scholarships: We have a Pay What You Can option for Portland residents. Non-residents may apply for a MACA scholarship.

Monotype printmaking explores immediacy and endless possibilities. Explore painting with oil-based printmaking inks on plexiglass plates using additive and subtractive mark-making techniques. Each image is printed on the etching press creating a unique impression. All levels welcome. Price includes a $30 studio and materials fee which is non-refundable after class begins. Get list online for additional needed materials. Tu 1:30-4:30pm 2/1-3/8 $200 [6 Classes] 1142734 Brian Shannon


VISUAL ARTS—ADULT & TEEN JEWELRY / METALSMITHING CLASSES

Our metalsmithing program has classes and workshops on various topics, allowing students to build their knowledge on firm foundations as they progress through the curriculum. The studio is equipped with five Smith acetylene/air torches, a Smith oxy–acetylene Little Torch, oxy–acetylene melting torch, centrifugal caster, metal clay and enameling kilns, hydraulic press, combination rolling mills, dual-speed buffing arbor with dust collector, drill press, flex shafts, 12" shear, hand tools, vacuum table, advanced ventilation system, a resource library, and more. Prices cover tool use and basic supplies. Precious metals are not included.

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Open Metals Studio—Winter 2022

Requirements: Open Metals Studio sessions are only available to currently registered MAC Adult Jewelry/ Metalsmithing students. Youth classes and workshops are excluded. Advanced registration is required. Registration Start Date for Winter 2022 Sessions: Monday, December 20 at 12:30pm Fees: $15 per three-hour session Dates & Times: See MAC website or contact the MAC office for details. OTHER DETAILS • Maximum Enrollment: 6 students • How to register: Register online, in person at MAC, or over the phone: 503-823-ARTS (2787). • Waitlists: Full sessions will have waitlists. Waitlisted folks will be contacted when there is an opening. • Refunds: Refund policy is the same as for classes—7 days prior to session. • Scholarships: We have a Pay What You Can option for Portland residents. Non-residents may apply for a MACA scholarship.

Jewelry / Metalsmithing I—Intro to Fabrication Age 16 & up

Artists have been creating jewelry for over 100,000 years —with the earliest examples originating in Africa and proliferating throughout the world, growing in complexity and creativity. Learn both historical and contemporary practices in this foundation course. Explore fundamentals of fabrication with nonferrous metals such as copper, brass, and sterling silver. Through assignments, gain experience in sawing, filing, silver (torch) soldering, polishing, and basic patination. Chain-making and the elements of design will also be introduced. No prerequisite. Price includes a $50 studio and basic materials fee which provides all basic materials. Additional materials available for purchase. *No class on 1/25 and 2/19 Tu 6:30-9:30pm 1/4-3/8* $315 [9 Classes] 1142553 Arielle Brackett Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 1/8-3/12* $315 [9 Classes] 1142551 Kristin Shiga

Jewelry / Metalsmithing II—Surface & Design Age 16 & up

Build your fabrication skills while adding options beyond stock sheet and wire. Learn to create custom decorative surfaces and textures, including roll printing, etching, and patterning. Using your own patterned metal, explore methods for adding dimension, such as easy hollow forms, and unique pillow forms using the hydraulic press. Options for adding bezel-set cabochons to your work included. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I or equivalent experience. Price includes a $55 studio and basic materials fee which provides all basic materials. Additional materials available for purchase. M 6:30-9:30pm 1/3-3/7 $290 [8 Classes] 1141627 Arielle Brackett Tu 1:00-4:00pm $344 [10 Classes] 1141624

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Jewelry / Metalsmithing III—Findings & Mechanisms | Age 16 & up

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Add movement to your work with hinges and other basic mechanisms. Jewelry findings are covered in-depth, including the use of commercial findings and fabricating your own clasps, bails, and earring hardware. Cold connections (rivets, tabs and threaded attachments) will also be covered. Prerequisite: Metalsmithing I or equivalent. Price includes a $55 materials and studio fee which is non-refundable after class begins. W 6:30-9:30pm 1/5-3/2 $320 [9 Classes] 1141630 Junko Iijima

Beginning Stonesetting | Age 16 & up

Chasing & Repoussé | Age 16 & up

Bring sculptural volume to your work through chasing and repoussé! These simple techniques of forming and texturing metal from the front and back have been used in jewelry, silversmithing and iron work for centuries, and allow you to manipulate flat metal into intricately detailed shapes. Students learn to shape and temper their own steel chasing tools and use them in class to make a finished piece of their own design. Prerequisite: Jewelry/ Metalsmithing I or equivalent, Jewelry/Metalsmithing II recommended. Class price includes a materials and studio fee of $75, which includes all materials and three chasing tools for students to keep. After first class, these fees are non-refundable. *No class on 1/27 Th 9:30am-12:30pm 1/6-3/10* $369 [9 Classes] 1142554 Arielle Brackett

Intro to Casting | Age 16 & up

Discover the basics of wax-working and metal casting using centrifugal casting methods. Create models with a variety of additive and subtractive waxes to produce a piece of custom cast jewelry or small sculpture. In addition, experiment with making your own open faced press clay and silicon mold to create one-of-a-kind wax models to be casted. Skills studied include: spruing, investing, burnout, and finishing. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I or equivalent experience. Class price includes a materials and studio fee of $45 which is non-refundable after class begins. *No class on 1/28 F 1:00-4:00pm 1/7-3/4* $280 [8 Classes] 1142588 Junko Iijima

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Photography 101—Digital SLR Basics Age 13 & up

Demystify your digital SLR camera and take better pictures. Learn how to apply aperture, shutter speed, and ISO in the digital world. Explore all your camera’s buttons, knobs and menus through short lectures, simple assignments and “hands-on your camera” demos. Digital SLR camera or ‘Mirrorless’ camera required. Laptops or tablets with image software recommended. A great precursor to Photography 102. W 6:30-9:00pm 1/5-2/2 $118 [5 Classes] 1141651 Jenna Gersbach-King Tu 10:00am-12:30pm 2/8-3/8 $118 [5 Classes] 1142676 Jenna Gersbach-King

Photography 102 Age 13 & up

Have you figured out how to ‘take’ pictures? Now it’s time to learn how to ‘make’ pictures. Explore different genres of photography to stretch your creative muscles and push you out of your photography comfort zones. Class will consist of a combination of short lectures, assignments, and critiques. Prerequisite: Command of your camera. Bring any picture making device. Expect to spend some time outside of class shooting photos and possibly printing images for informal critiques. M 10:00am-12:30pm 1/10 -2/14 $118 [5 Classes] 1141648 Jenna Gersbach-King

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Add new interest to your designs by incorporating gemstones. Use basic and step bezels for setting, oval, and square cabochons, as well as basic prong-setting for cabs and faceted stones. Setting pearls and alternative settings will also be discussed. Prerequisite: Jewelry/Metalsmithing I or equivalent. Class price includes materials and studio fee of $75, which includes some silver bezel and tube and practice gemstones. After first class, these fees are non-refundable. Tu 9:30am-12:30pm 1/4-3/8 $369 [10 Classes] 1142556 Debra Carus


VISUAL ARTS—ADULT & TEEN WOODWORKING

Our woodshop and sculpture studio is equipped with 6 woodturning lathes, a SawStop table saw, drill press, bandsaw, chop saw, hand tools, handheld power tools, dust collection unit, and youth workbenches with clamps.

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Our Textile Arts Program offers classes including basketry, felting, knitting, crochet, dyeing, spinning and on-loom weaving. The weaving studio has over 60 floor and table looms including an AVL compu–dobby, spinning and dyeing equipment, a wide selection of yarns for purchase, and an extensive library. During class time only, students have access to a weaving design software program called Fiberworks. Students are assigned looms by instructor. Please contact instructor before class if you have any questions.

Textiles Studio Drop-In Policy

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Currently registered weaving students may drop-in to the weaving studio at times other than during their registered class. Students may drop in anytime the center is open except during other class times. For drop in, please sign in and out in the book at the front office.

Beginning Knitting Scarf—Virtual— Intergenerational | Age 10 & up Woodturning - Beginning | Age 16 & up

Learn the basics of woodturning, including lathe and tool safety, basic project design, tool selection, and techniques for cutting and shaping end grain and side grain. Tools used include: roughing gouge, spindle gouge, bowl gouge, skew, parting tool, and scraper. Create projects such as a honeydipper, finger top, pestle, goblets, boxes, or a small bowl. Experienced turners may produce more complicated projects. Price includes a materials fee of $25 that covers basic materials, including tools to use and turning blanks. Students may bring their own tools and wood. Sa 10:00am-1:30pm 1/15-1/29 $89 [3 Classes] 1141687 Jerry Harris Sa $89 [3 Classes]

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Learn the basics of knitting in this fun online class! During our 8 weekly 1 hour classes, you’ll learn how to cast on, knit, finish in ends and cast off a multiple stitch sampler scarf. We’ll get you started and along the way discuss different types and sizes of yarn, how to problem solve, change colors, finishing options, how to check your gauge and more. Get supply list online. This class will be using Zoom, a third-party application. Instructions and troubleshooting for this class and the third-party application will be emailed to you upon completion of registration and will be received no later than 24 hours before the first class). W 7:00-8:00pm 1/19-3/9 $15 [8 Classes] 1142688 Sari Peterson

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Intro to Needle Felting | Age 13 & up

An ancient art form that has been practiced for centuries around the world, felting has its roots in nomadic cultures where with the simplest of tools, artisans transformed fibers in to tough and longer lasting garments and adornments. Contemporary practice includes decorative and sculptural elements limited only by the imagination. In this workshop, explore the magic of needle felting! This versatile technique can be used to create felt from roving without water. Fashion a fun, funky felt bead necklace, and hatch a lovely bird from roving. Class price includes a materials fee of $10 that covers basic materials. Students may bring optional supplies: sharp scissors, felt, yarn and fabric scraps, beads and buttons, unused thick household sponge. Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 3/5 $38 [1 Class] 1141606 Dawn Grunwald

Weaving—On Loom—Scarf | Age 13 & up

Weaving—On Loom—Beginning | Age 13 & up

Weaving is one of the oldest art forms in the world and goes back to neolithic times. It is practiced around the world, with rich traditions, colors and applications. In this foundation course, learn to design and produce individual works of art on a contemporary loom. Focus on weaving vocabulary and developing project ideas and interests through hands-on experience. Pattern design and theory taught throughout. Beginning students only. Students will make samplers. Students cannot miss first class. Basic materials included in class, with additional fibers available for purchase. Please contact instructor if you have questions regarding your class. Looms are assigned in advance. Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 1/15-3/12 $282 [9 Classes] 1141681 Tina Moore

Design and produce individual works of art. Focus on weaving vocabulary and developing project ideas and interests through hands on experience. Pattern design and theory taught throughout. Historical and contemporary weaving practices discussed. Created as a ‘next step’ class, complete beginners are encouraged to register for the beginning foundation course, but those who have had some experience can join this more challenging class. Beginners will make samplers. Beginning students cannot miss first class. Continuing students will design and produce more complex works. Please contact instructor if you have questions regarding your class. Looms are assigned in advance. Tu 6:30-9:30pm 1/11-3/8 $254 [9 Classes] 1141675 Jaye Campbell Th 9:30am-12:30pm 1/13-3/10 $254 [9 Classes] 1141684 Jaye Campbell

Weaving—On Loom—Continuing Age 13 & up

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Test the waters of on-loom weaving by making a scarf using a table loom. Learn how to choose materials, dress the loom, and weave your own scarf! Beginning students only. Price includes a $10 materials fee for fibers. Students cannot miss first class. F 9:30am-12:30pm 2/11-3/11 $150 [5 Classes] 1142531 Jaye Campbell

Weaving—On Loom—All Levels | Age 13 & up

Design and produce individual works of art. Focus on weaving vocabulary and developing project ideas and interests through hands on experience. Pattern design and theory taught throughout. Historical and contemporary weaving practices discussed. Not for beginners. Students must be able to warp a floor loom independently and read drafts. Continuing students will design and produce more complex works. Please contact instructor if you have questions regarding your class. Looms are assigned in advance. Tu 9:30am-12:30pm 1/11-3/8 $254 [9 Classes] 1141672 Jaye Campbell W 6:30-9:30pm $254 [9 Classes] 1141678

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VISUAL ARTS—ADULT & TEEN Ceramics—Intro to Ceramics | Age 13 & up

CERAMICS CLASSES

Adult clay classes include glazes and firings. Only work done in our studio with clay purchased at MAC may be fired. All participants are required to read and follow the Ceramics Studio Policy. It contains information about student responsibilities and studio safety. Please read it by your first day of class. Copies are available online, at the MAC office and posted in the studio. By registering for a class, you are agreeing to follow studio policy. Students new to MAC cannot miss the first class. For all clay classes: Pick up work during Open Studio times only. Thank you!

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Open Ceramics Studio—Winter 2022

Join us for Open Ceramics Studio! It is a great option for those who want to continue and practice what they are learning in class. We encourage you to take one of our great classes! Requirements: Open Ceramics Studio sessions are only available to currently registered MAC Adult ceramics students. Youth classes are excluded. Advanced registration is required. Open studio is intended for personal enrichment and recreation. Production for retail and use of outside clay are not allowed. Registration Start Date for Winter 2022 Sessions: Monday, December 20 at 12:30pm Fees: $6 per three-hour session, $8 per four-hour session, $2 per 1.5-hour glazing session Dates & Times: See MAC website or contact the MAC office for details. OTHER DETAILS • Maximum Enrollment: 10 students in wheel room, 12 students in handbuilding room • How to register: Register online, in person at MAC, or over the phone: 503-823-ARTS (2787). • Waitlists: Full sessions will have waitlists. Waitlisted folks will be contacted when there is an opening. • Refunds: Refund policy is the same as for classes—7 days prior to session. • Scholarships: We have a Pay What You Can option for Portland residents. Non-residents may apply for a MACA scholarship.

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Ceramics is one of the most ancient, universally practiced, and beloved art forms around the world, dating back to 28,000 BCE. Designed for students new to the medium, this course will provide the beginner with a strong foundation in the cross-cultural and historical importance, contemporary practice, and techniques in ceramics from simple hand-built forms to basic forms thrown on the wheel. Topics covered this term include: clay bodies, forming techniques such as pinch, coil, slab, extrusion, throwing basic forms, simple texture making, slips, stains, glazing, and understanding of the firing process. This course is for beginners only and students follow the set curriculum. All basic materials included. Class includes an introductory smaller bag of recycled clay. Additional clay available for purchase. Th 9:00am-12:00pm 1/13-3/10 $252 [9 Classes] 1142687 Virginia McKinney Sa $280 [10 Classes]

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Ceramics—Handbuilding: Beyond Basics Age 13 & up

Continue your skills in handbuilding with clay. This course will offer the hand builder additional, more advanced techniques in creating forms without a wheel. Using techniques of coil, soft and hard slab, and extrusions, students will be able to manipulate both functional and sculptural forms. Surface design processes using slips, stains, and glazes will also be covered. Texturing methods such as incising, stamping, carving, etc may also be covered. This term, class will focus on more involved steps in handbuilding. Students will follow the set curriculum. Clay not included, but available for purchase in studio. W 9:00am-12:00pm 1/5-3/9 $276 [10 Classes] 1141588 Kurtis Piltz Th $276 [10 Classes]

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Learn the basics and explore the endless possibilities that clay can offer in this sculpture class. Tell your stories and bring your ideas to life in this introductory class. A variety of slab, coiling, and modeling techniques will be demonstrated, as well as surface decoration and glazing. We will look at both historical and contemporary ceramic sculpture for inspiration and ideas. This course is for beginners only and students will follow the set curriculum. Class includes an introductory smaller bag of recycled clay. Additional clay available for purchase. *No Class 1/28 F 9:00am-12:00pm 1/14-3/11* $224 [8 Classes] 1141591 Virginia McKinney

The Multnomah Arts Center Association (MACA) is partnering with Spielman’s Bagels for a terrific fundraising opportunity! Spielman’s has generously offered to sell MAC clay studio-made mugs in their show and ALL the proceeds will go to MACA, our non-profit support group. Let’s get together for a fun, free mug-making time! The cups can be wheel thrown or handbuilt and should hold about 12 oz. There will be no formal instruction, so experience in clay is required. MAC will provide all clay, glaze, and firing—You provide your time and talent. Handbuilding M FREE [1 Session]

10:00am-12:00pm 2/7 1141692 Virginia McKinney

Wheelthrowing M FREE [1 Session]

10:00am-12:00pm 2/7 1141693 Virginia McKinney

Glazing Day—Handbuilding M 10:00am-11:30am 2/28 FREE [1 Session] 1141690 Virginia McKinney

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MAC Mug Making Days | Age 16 & up

Glazing Day—Wheelthrowing M 10:00am-11:30am 2/28 FREE [1 Session] 1141691 Virginia McKinney

Ceramics—Wheel Throwing: Beyond Basics Age 13 & up

This wheel-throwing class will focus on developing your throwing skills. Demonstrations and discussions will include more advanced wheel techniques such as darting, altering, combining forms, making sets and making lidded forms. Surface design processes using slips, stains, and glazes will also be covered. Texturing methods such as incising, stamping, carving, etc may also be covered. This term, class will focus on more involved steps in wheelthrowing. Students will follow the set curriculum. Clay not included, but available for purchase in studio. M 6:30-9:30pm 1/3-3/7 $220 [8 Classes] 1141600 Victoria Shaw Tu 9:00am-12:00pm 1/4-3/8 $276 [10 Classes] 1141597 Kurtis Piltz

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AQUATICS PP&R Aquatics Department is the proud recipient of the National “Excellence in Aquatics” Award!

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All employees who supervise the activities at our various swim facilities hold professional certifications qualifying them for their positions. The staff is responsible for the safe operation of each facility and wishes you to have a safe, enjoyable time.

Aquatics Program Supervisor Andy Amato

SWIM LESSONS Swim lessons for all ages and skill levels are available for preschoolers (3-5yrs), youth (6 yrs and up), and adults. Children under the age of three can take lessons with their parent(s) in our adult/child (Angelfish and Starfish) classes. Everyone should learn to swim to become “Water Smart” and swimming is a skill that lasts a lifetime. OPEN PLAY SWIM Swimming and diving areas are open to all ages. Non-Swimmers and children under 48 inches in height must have a parent or guardian, age 16 or older, in the water within arms reach at all times. FAMILY PLAY SWIM Recreational swim for parents and children. Enjoy the shallow water, play mats, water basketball and more. Children under 16 years old must be accompanied in water by parent or guardian. Non-swimmers and children under 48” in height must have a parent or guardian in the water within arms reach at all times. Single adults and tots two years and younger are welcome. LAP SWIM For those of all skills and abilities who wish to swim laps to improve or maintain fitness and health. Great for cardiorespiratory fitness. Swim at your own pace or enjoy camaraderie of working-out with others. WATER FITNESS CLASSES Exercise in the water and experience the benefits. We offer a variety of water fitness classes, six days per week.

COLUMBIA INDOOR POOL is closed until further notice due to life-safety hazards for building occupants. Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) understands this is disappointing news for the North Portland community. The unreinforced masonry structure is nearing the end of its useful life, and PP&R must prioritize public safety while determining the next steps for Columbia Pool. Since 2008, PP&R has worked with independent professional roofing contractors to inspect the building’s roof while also performing internal quarterly reviews. The inspections indicated, among other things, deterioration of sections of the roof, visible damage to the roof’s supporting wood structure, and life-safety hazards present in the domed roof structure over the pool. Therefore, the independent structural engineer recommends that Columbia Pool not be re-opened to the public in its current condition. PP&R will share more information with the public once the next steps for Columbia Pool are determined. If you have questions, please email pkrsst@portlandoregon.gov.

WATER SLIDE FUN Experience 114 feet (in length) of Water Sliding Fun at East Portland Community Center, Mt. Scott Community Center and Southwest Community Center pools. Call pools for slide hours.

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GROUP AND DAYCARE GUIDELINES For the safety of your group, counselors and supervisors must be in the water supervising the children at all times. Please follow the group ratios below: • 1 adult per 3 children ages 5 years old and under. • 1 adult per 4 children of mixed ages, over 6 years old and under 6 years old. • 1 adult per 10 children ages 6 and older. All counselors must sign in at the front desk and be within sight and sound of every child for your entire visit. Life jackets are available for all non-swimmers. Groups must call the pool ahead of time, to set up a group use agreement.

LOCKER ROOMS AND LOCKERS INDOOR POOLS East Portland Community Center and Pool 740 SE 106th Avenue, 97216 503-823-3450 Matt Dishman Community Center and Pool 77 NE Knott Street, 97212 503-823-3673

Southwest Community Center and Pool 6820 SW 45th Avenue, 97219 503-823-2840 OUTDOOR POOLS - open seasonally June-August Creston Outdoor Pool 4454 SE Powell Blvd, 97206 Grant Outdoor Pool 2300 NE 33rd Ave, 97212 Montavilla Outdoor Pool 8219 NE Glisan St, 97220 Peninsula Park Outdoor Pool 700 N Rosa Parks Way, 97217 Pier Park Outdoor Pool 9341 N St Johns Ave, 97203 Sellwood Outdoor Pool 7951 SE 7th Ave, 97202 Wilson Outdoor Pool 1151 SW Vermont St, 97219

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All patrons are requested to use the locker room for the gender with which they identify. Youth supervised by an adult of a different gender may accompany that adult into locker room of the adult’s gender. All-user changing rooms are also available at Columbia, East Portland CC, Matt Dishman CC, Mt. Scott CC, and Southwest CC pools. The use of cameras, video recording devices and equipment with digital photography capability is strictly prohibited in locker rooms and public restroom facilities.

SWIM LESSON ACCOMMODATIONS 1. Register for the desired swimming lesson. 2. Contact the pool in which the lesson takes place, at least 10-working-days before the start date, and ask for the Lead Instructor or Pool Manager. Notify them that you registered your child for (x) class and that you will need an accommodation. Staffing and availability of inclusion assistance is limited. To provide the best services possible, we need the maximum amount of time to match up and schedule assistants. Inclusion assistants cannot be guaranteed with less than 5 days’ notice.

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Mt. Scott Community Center and Pool 5530 SE 72nd Avenue, 97206 503-823-3183

Lockers are available for day use only. Please bring your own lock to secure your personal belongings (lockers are not available at Columbia Pool). The use of lockers is at your own risk. Portland Parks & Recreation accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen items. Please leave valuables at home.


SWIM LESSONS NOTE: Registrations not accepted after the third day of lessons. Classes designed to have one instructor: • per 4 to 12 students–Angelfish and Starfish • per 4 to 5 students–Goldfish through Pre-Penguin • per 4 to 6 students–Pre-Otter through Polar Bear • per 4 to 8 students–Sea Lion and Above • per 3 students–all semi-private lessons

YOUTH-ADULT LESSONS age 6 & up For the non-swimmer who can put face in the water and blow bubbles.

Penguin

Must be comfortable in the water and be able to do a front glide with kick for 10 ft. and unassisted back floats.

Otter

ADULT/CHILD age: 6 mo up to 3 yr ADULT/CHILDLESSONS LESSONS age 6 months-3 Angelfish

Fun, water adjustment, and basic skill development are emphasized as the instructor guides guardians and children through this level.

Must be able to do back glides with kicking for 10 ft. (youth), front crawl with no side breathing for or 15 ft., and five side breathing breaths with arms on wall.

Seal

Must be comfortable in deep water and be able to swim front crawl with arms and side breathing for 30 feet and backstroke with arms for 30 feet.

Fun, waterage: adjustment, basic skill PRESCHOOL LESSONS 3 year -and 5 year Starfish

development are emphasized as the instructor guides guardians and children through this level.

Polar Bear

Must be comfortable in the deep water and able to swim front crawl with side breathing for 50 ft. and backstroke for 50 ft.

PRESCHOOL LESSONS | Age 3-5

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Goldfish Pre-Penguin

Pre-Otter

Pre-Seal

For the non-swimmer.

Sea Lion

For the non-swimmer who can put face in the water and blow bubbles. Must be comfortable in the water and be able to do a front glide with kick for 5 ft. and unassisted back floats. Must be able to do back glides with kicking for 5 ft., front crawl with no side breathing for 10 ft., and five side breathing breaths with arms on wall.

Must be comfortable in the deep water and be able to swim front crawl with side breathing for 25yds, back crawl for 25yds, and elementary backstroke for 25 yards.

Dolphin

Must be comfortable in the deep water and be able to dive into the pool and swim front crawl for 50 yards, swim backstroke for 50 yards, and breaststroke for 50 yards.

Park Shark

TEEN/ADULT BEGINNER LESSONS If your child has had more than a 3-month break from swimming lessons, they should repeat the previous level as a refresher course.

Number of Lessons 10 9

Cost $60 $54

Prices listed are the discounted rates for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged 40% more because they do not pay taxes that support PP&R.

Learn front crawl, back crawl, and basic water safety in lessons designed just for you! Discover a new skill that could lead to employment.

Teen

Adult

For the beginner swimmer Register December 6 for activities that start January 3-February 6 Register January 10 for activities that start February 7-March 13

Due to our current staffing levels we are not able to offer any private or semi-private lessons.

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PLAY SWIMS Recreational play. Swimming and diving areas are open to all ages. Enjoy shallow water, play mats, and more.

Non-swimmers and children under 48” must have a parent or guardian, age 16 or older, in the water within arms reach at all times.

Family Play Swim: All children under 16 must be accompanied in the water by a parent or guardian.

POOL

East Portland

Southwest

WED

THU

Family 11:30am1:00pm

No play swims

Family 11:30am1:00pm

No play swims

Family 11:30am3:00pm

Family 12:303:00pm

Family 11:30am3:00pm

Family 12:303:00pm

Open* 3:00-4:45pm

Mt. Scott

TUE

No play swims

No play swims

Open* 3:00-4:45pm

No play swims

Family 11:30am1:00pm

Open* 3:00-4:45pm

No play swims

No play swims

Open* 3:00-4:45pm

No play swims

Family 11:30am1:00pm

FRI

SAT

SUN

Family 11:30am1:00pm

Family 11:30am12:30pm

Family 11:30am12:30pm

Open Open Open 4:00-7:00pm 12:30-1:30pm 12:30-1:30pm Family 11:30am3:00pm Open* 3:00-6:00pm Family* 9:30am1:00pm Open** 4:00-7:00pm Family 11:30am1:00pm Open 4:00-7:00pm

Open 12:201:30pm

Family 8:00am12:00pm Open 12:00-1:30pm

Open 12:001:30pm

Pool closed

Open 11:45am1:30pm

Family 10:00am12:00pm Open 12:001:30pm

*Slide operates Friday: 11:00am–1:00pm | **shallow only

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AQUATICS

Matt Dishman

MON


WATER FITNESS CLASSES THE RIVER CHALLENGE

Build endurance while toning muscle and gaining strength in this program guaranteed to keep your heart rate pumping. The River Challenge employs low impact resistance training to work every part of your body.  Check individual pool schedules for available times.

CURRENT CHANNEL WALK / RUN

Walk or run against the Current Channel at EPCC or MSCC pool for an excellent cardiovascular workout. Improve circulation and strength with this low-impact activity. Check individual pool schedules for available times. No instructor present.

S.M.I.L.E.

(Slow Movement Intensity Lowered Exercise)

AQUATICS

This shallow water class focuses on improving circulation, strength, range of motion and flexibility through low-impact exercise. Check individual pool schedules for available times. All participants welcome!

PREGNANCY FITNESS

AQUAEROBICS

Energize yourself with this invigorating workout! This is our basic shallow water class focused on cardiovascular fitness with special attention to strength and flexibility. All fitness and swimming levels are welcome! Check individual pool schedules for available times.

Aqua POWER

Experience the difference in deep water. This basic deep water class is our uses buoyant and resistant equipment to provide an excellent cardiovascular workout with zero impact! Aqua Power is designed for all levels. Participants should be comfortable in deep water. Check individual pool schedules for available times.

AQUA YOGA

AQUA ZUMBA

Achieve long-term benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in our pool with exciting calorie-burning, body-energizing, movements meant to engage and captivate for life! The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and water resistance are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Check individual pool schedules for available times.

AQUA SUPERFIT

By bringing Yoga to the water, there is no gravity and the water will take the pressure off your joints. It will help develop strength, static balance and will increase overall range of motion. This low-impact class will help develop strength and balance while relaxing in the water. Aqua Yoga is for all skill levels and abilities. Check individual pool schedules for available times.

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Energize your pregnancy! This shallow water class focuses on pregnancy fitness with special attention to improved circulation and flexibility. This is a drop-in class at Matt Dishman CC only.

YOU SET THE BAR! Take it to the next level with our newest “boot camp style” water fitness class. This vigorous circuit training class allows you to challenge yourself to a higher fitness intensity. Non-choreographed format targets cardiovascular training, strength training and muscle endurance using deep and shallow water to maximize your workout. Check individual pool schedules for available times.

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BLUE MAKOS Dive into action with the Blue Makos!

Are you into speed, competition, and perfecting our technique? Strut your stuff in this pre-competitive league, racing against other pools in Portland at quarterly mock-swim meets. Receive one hour per week of expert coaching in a fun, supportive environment. Participants will be given instruction on butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and freestyle, including competitive dives and turns. It is a great place to begin your journey to competitive swimming. Participants must be able to swim the length of the pool: Front Crawlstroke and Backstroke (this correlates to passing Sea Lion level in the Portland Parks & Recreation swim lesson program.) A pre-competitive swim league participants ages 6-17 will enjoy: • 1 hour weekly swim practices at all pools • Expert tips from an experienced swim coach • A fun, supportive, learning environment • Instruction on each of the four competitive strokes including dives and turns • Every swimmer will receive a Blue Makos swim cap!

Pool Matt Dishman

Day Saturday

Mt. Scott

Saturday

Southwest

Saturday

Time 11:05am12:05pm 12:00-1:00pm

Date 1/8-3/12

Classes 10 classes

Cost $67.50

1/8-3/12

10 classes

$67.50

11:45am12:45pm

1/8-3/12

10 classes

$67.50

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AQUATICS

BLUE MAKOS PRACTICE SCHEDULE

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TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS All training classes are challenging, and require that certification candidates be strong, skilled swimmers. All training courses require that candidates participate in vigorous physical training. You must be in good physical condition to participate. If you have any health related problems that might present a health or safety hazard while participating in training, please notify PP&R aquatics department prior to enrolling. You may be required to seek the opinion of your medical doctor before being permitted to enroll. Upon certification, candidates can apply for a job with Portland Parks & Recreation. Successful completion of certification classes does not guarantee employment.

LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATION

SWIM INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION

AQUATICS

For lifeguard candidates without a current StarGuard lifeguard certification. Students successfully completing the course receive first aid, CPR, and StarGuard certifications. This course is only for lifeguard candidates who will be applying to work at a Portland Parks and Recreation facility. Prerequisites: Age 16 or older by first day of class, swim continuous non-stop 300 yards breaststroke or freestyle, feet first surface dive to bottom of pool and retrieve 10 pound brick, tread water 30 seconds with hands on head then move while treading to where you can touch. Bring to Class: Swim suit, towel, paper, pen, notebook, food, water, warm clothes, verification of age, and proof of completion of online program. Cost: FREE | Classes limited to 24 students For lifeguards with current ARC, NASCO, E&A or YMCA lifeguard certification, and/or current PP&R employees with Swim Instructor/Water Fitness Instructor certifications Mt. Scott CC Indoor Pool M-Th, 12/27-12/30

1140226 8:00am-4:00pm

Southwest CC Pool Sa-Su, 1/22-1/23 Sa-Su, 1/29-1/30

1140227 8:00am-4:00pm 8:00am-4:00pm

Matt Dishman CC Pool M-Th, 3/21-3/24

1140228 12:00-8:00pm

East Portland CC Pool Sa-Su, 4/2-4/3 Sa-Su, 4/9-4/10

1140230 8:00am-4:00pm 8:00am-4:00pm

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Required for Portland Parks & Recreation Swim Instructors. Students successfully completing the training program receive Swim Instructor Certification. Prerequisites: Must be age 16 or older by the first day of class and able to swim 25 yards of each of the following:

• Front crawl with side breathing

• Backstroke

Cost: FREE | Classes limited to 24 students For non-PP&R swim instructors with current ARC or YMCA instructor certification, and/or current PP&R employees with Lifeguard or Water Fitness Instructor certifications. East Portland CC Pool M-Th, 12/20-12/23

1140202 8:00am-2:00pm

Mt. Scott CC Pool Tu 1/11, 1/18 Th 1/13, 1/20

1140203 4:30-8:30pm 4:30-8:30pm

Mt. Scott CC Pool M-Th, 3/21-3/24

1140204 8:00am-2:00pm

Matt Dishman CC Pool F, 4/1, 4/8 Sa, 4/2, 4/9

1140205 5:00-9:00pm 8:00am-3:00pm

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WORK THE WATER! The benefits are great! • • • • • • WATER FITNESS INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATION Required for Portland Parks & Recreation Water Fitness Instructors.

For more information, call 503-823-5130 or visit portland.gov/parks/aquaticsjobs.

AQUATICS

Love doing water workouts? Eager to get more out of your water fitness classes and learn how to really work the water? Join PP&R’s Water X team to teach group water fitness classes! Learn the basics of anatomy, physiology, movement in the water, and putting a class together.

Over 700 Positions 12 Indoor and Outdoor Pools Flexible Hours Excellent Training Benefits for You and Your Community Great Wages • Lifeguards: $15.00-$16.50/hour • Swim Instructors: $15.50-$17.00/hour • Water Fitness Instructors: $15.50$31.50/hour

Within one year of employment a national certification is required for Portland Parks Water Fitness Instructors. National Aquatic Exercise Association Certification is often offered annually in our Portland Metro area. Cost: FREE Mt. Scott CC pool Sa-Su, 4/23-24 Sa, 4/30 Sa-Su, 5/14-15

1140386 9:00am-1:00pm 9:00am-1:00pm 9:00am-1:00pm

For more information contact Larissa Doty Larissa.Doty@PortlandOregon.gov

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BECOME A PP&R PASS HOLDER! NEW! Access multiple locations with one pass!

Month Pass* Unlimited visits!

Use of fitness center, pool, spa, and access to all drop-in activities including group fitness classes, and open gym, at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Mt. Scott, and Southwest Community Centers.

Use of fitness center and access to all drop-in activities including group fitness classes and open gym at this location. No swimming pool at this location.

Adult (18-59)

$41

$34

Senior (60+) Teen** (13-17)

$33

$26

Youth (3-12)

$29

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Senior Couple

$49

$39

Family

$66

$56

Adult (18-59)

$106

$89

$85

$68

$77

-

Senior Couple

$85

-

Adult (18-59)

$6.25

$5.25

Senior (60+) Teen** (13-17)

$5.00

$4.00

Youth (3-12)

$4.50

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20-Visit Pass Senior (60+) Save 15% Teen** (13-17) Youth (3-12)

Drop-in Admission

Access multiple locations:

Limited Access: Charles Jordan Community Center

• Children age 0-2 are FREE • The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation. • *Month Passes | You can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary). • **FREE TeenForce Pass available at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers. Sign up to gain access to special teen drop-in activities at TeenForce locations.

Access Discount: Receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income.

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TeenForce Pass Age 10-20 The TeenForce Pass gives FREE access to scheduled drop-in and special registered activities at five Portland Parks & Recreation community centers. Stop by any TeenForce site to pick up your pass today. Registration takes less than five minutes! PORTLAND.GOV/PARKS/TEENFORCE

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East Portland Community Center

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Matt Dishman Community Center

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Montavilla Community Center

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Mt. Scott Community Center

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Raina Mt Scott Community Center SE 72nd Ave • 503-823-3183 Ryan Fitzpatrick and Raina Bilbrew

Your Official Winter Season Quiz(zes) Q: How do you find Will Smith in the Winter? A: Look for Fresh Prints Q: What do you call a big mean polar bear? A: Don’t call it anything, just RUN!

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CHARLES JORDAN COMMUNITY CENTER 9009 North Foss Avenue Portland, OR 97203 503-823-3631 Building Supervisor Larena Dawson Bus Line #4 Fessenden ADA Accessibility: Entrances, Parking, Restrooms

Hours BUILDING CLOSURE Monday–Friday 6:30am–7:30pm TUESDAY, Saturday CLOSED 9/17 All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers Sunday and swimming poolsCLOSED will be closed for staff training. Building Closures and Special Hours January 1 CLOSED January 17 10:00am–6:00pm January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 10:00am–6:00pm

ADMISSION BENEFITS FACILITY FEATURES • • •

Fitness Center with strength and cardio equipment Fitness Studio Basketball gym

Our drop-in admission fee and pass options provide access to dropin activities during their scheduled times. Amenities include the fitness center, group exercise classes, and open gym times. Camps and classes are offered at a set fee—no additional admission fee will be charged when participating in these registered activities.

CLOSURES Occasionally, specific facilities within the center may be closed or have limited operating hours due to repairs, maintenance, inclement weather, holidays, and/or special events. Such closings will not result in a reduction of pass holders’ rates or drop-in admission fees. When possible, the times and dates of closures will be posted in advance. Find up to date information about closures online at portland.gov/parks/closures or call 503-823-2533.

DISCOUNT OPTIONS With resources from the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy), we can offer new payment options for City of Portland residents that allow you to choose payment levels based on your needs. Ask about Pay What You Can for registered activities and an Access Discount for passes and drop-in activities.

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

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PASS OPTIONS AND FEES $5.25

Senior (60+) Teen (14-17)

$4.00

Adult (18-59)

$89

Senior (60+) Teen* (14-17)

$68

Adult (18-59)

$34

Senior (60+) Teen* (14-17)

$26

Senior Couple

$39

Drop-in Admission

20-Visit Pass Save 15%

Month Pass

Unlimited visits!

Family • •

$56

Children age 0-2 are FREE Passes listed are valid only at Charles Jordan Community Center. Ask about pass options providing access to all PP&R community centers. The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation. *FREE TeenForce Pass available at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers portland.gov/parks/teenforce

TeenForce | Ages 10–20

One FREE pass opens up a whole world of possibilities! Gain access to drop-in activities including teen open gym, and more. Check on-site for specific activity schedules. Stop by any TeenForce site to pick up your pass today. Registration takes less than five minutes! AVAILABLE AT Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers portland.gov/parks/teenforce

DAILY DROP-IN

For those visiting the center just for the day to workout. Our daily drop-in fee provides access to drop-in activities throughout the entire day. If re-entry on the same date is desired, receipt must be requested at time of original transaction.

20-VISIT PASS

20-Visit Passes are a great option for those who plan to work out only once a week. In addition, 20-Visit Passes are a great option for organizations who would like to bring a larger group of visitors (please call ahead). The passes provide unlimited day-use of at a discounted rate. 20-Visit Passes are valid for 2 years and are transferable between people of the same age group. Pass holders must be present at the time of scan.

MONTH PASS

Looking for ongoing access to drop-in activities? This is the pass for you! One monthly fee provides unlimited visits to scheduled drop-in programs throughout the facility. For your convenience, you can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary).

ACCESS DISCOUNT

Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. Discount may be applied to all passes, drop-in fees, and personal training packages. No income verification required. Registration for an Access Discount is available through March 31, 2022. Register for free online, inperson, or by calling your local community center or PP&R customer service center at 503-823-2525. Once you have registered for an Access Discount, you can visit your local recreation center to apply your discount to drop-in admission, multiple visit pass, or personal training package!

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Adult (18-59)


FITNESS

CHARLES JORDAN COMMUNITY CENTER

FITNESS CENTER | Age 14 & up The Charles Jordan Community Center Fitness Program offers a wide-range of amenities and classes for all levels. Access to the fitness center is included with daily admission. Teens age 14-17 must have guardian release form on file and complete an orientation prior to access. Open for drop-in Monday-Friday 6:30am-7:30pm. AMENITIES • Treadmills • Ellipticals • Upright bike • Recumbent bikes • Precor Stair Stepper • Selectorized weighted machines • Bench press • Free weight benches • Vertical knee/leg raise dip station • Precor Ab-x • Paramount cross-cable with 5 stations

PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal training gives you the opportunity to find real, achievable goals and to meet those goals in a safe and timely manner. Stop by CJCC or call 503-823-3631 to get started! Personal Training available again beginning October 4. Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) helps our trainers design a workout plan fit to your specific needs. Fill one out now to get started on reaching your fitness goals! Individual Personal Training Make an appointment with a personal trainer, who will oversee your progress and hold you accountable. Our excellent personal training staff will motivate you to make a fresh start, or reach a new level in your fitness. Single session One 1-hour session $40

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES | Age 14 & up

Package Deals 3 hours (3-1hr sessions) $90 6 hours (6-1hr sessions) $180

Pick up a schedule the next time you’re at the community center or view online at portland.gov/parks/charles-jordan-community-center

Group Personal Training Set-up a personal training session with a few of your friends. Our personal trainers will work with groups of up to four people. Personal training with friends is a great way to stay motivated, workout with your friends and save money! 2 people $25 each 3 people $20 each 4 people $15 each ( Per 1-hour session)

Strengthen your community, body, and mind with a group fitness class! Classes are offered seven days a week for every age, shape, and fitness level. Access included with daily admission.

TEENFORCE DROP-IN ACTIVITIES Age 10-20 | FREE with TeenForce pass MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

TeenForce Fitness Center

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

TeenForce Open Gym

3:00-6:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-4:45pm

3:00-4:45pm

3:00-6:00pm

TeenForce Game Room

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

TeenForce pass and activity sign-ins required. Face covering required. Limited number of participants allowed at a time for optimal air flow and social distancing. TeenForce orientation required for use of Fitness Center.

Teen Nights will start soon! Check in with your Teen Coordinator to find out more.

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SPORTS ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3, with an adult Develop skills together that promote coordination, balance and agility. Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to sports. Basketball

Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

Soccer

Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

12:00-12:30pm 12:00-12:30pm

$41 $41

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

$41 $41

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BASKETBALL LEAGUE JANUARY 26–MARCH 11, 2022 Charles Jordan Community Center All genders | $28

Grades 1-2 1142804 — Practices Wednesday at 5:00pm

Basketball

North Portland league games held on Friday at Charles Jordan Community Center.

Sa 1/8-2/5 12:45-1:15pm $42 Sa 2/12-3/12 12:45-1:15pm $42

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Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

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Soccer

Sports Mix Th 1/6-2/3 Th 2/10-3/10

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

$42 $42

Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

SPRING BREAK CAMP

Monday–Friday, March 21–25 11:45am-12:15pm $42 11:45am-12:15pm $42

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YOUTH | Age 7-13 Develop basic techniques that help build your skills while enhancing sportsmanship and teamwork. Improve coordination and increase agility while learning the rules and fundamentals of the sport. Soccer

Grades 3-4 1142805 — Practices Wednesday at 6:00pm

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

$54 $54

1142365 1142475

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

Spring Break Friends | Age 3-5

Play with other kids! Explore themes that embrace the zestful energy of children in art, games, music, stories and dramatic play. Format of free choice, group time, and physical activity is designed to stimulate thinking, enhance self-esteem and build teamwork. 9:00am-12:30pm

$95

1142506

Spring Break Thrills | Grade K-5

School’s out! Time to play! Join us for an actionpacked day of exciting activities. Develop social skills and build self-esteem using a variety of amusing games, arts, crafts, and sports. Improve coordination and teamwork interacting in a positive nurturing environment. 9:00am-5:00pm

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PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Gain confidence and make new friends and teammates. Refine motor skills through expanded interactive drills and play. Emphasize the basics of sports play in a high-energy, safe environment.


EAST PORTLAND COMMUNITY CENTER Hours Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

740 SE 106th Avenue Portland, OR 97216 503-823-3450 Building Supervisor Neal Brown Bus Line #115 Cherry Blossom LP #20 Burnside-Stark

5:30am–7:30pm 7:00am–2:00pm 8:00am–2:00pm

Building Closures and Special Hours January 1 CLOSED January 17 10:00am-6:00pm January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 10:00am-6:00pm

ADA Accessibility: Entrances, Parking, Restrooms, Pool

ADMISSION BENEFITS FACILITY FEATURES

• • • • • • • • • • •

25-yard four lane Indoor Lap Pool (84 degrees) Leisure pool with 2 slides, current channel, and vortex 20-yard three lane lap swim section (88 degrees) Whirlpool Spa (102 degrees) All-user Changing Rooms Fitness Center with strength and cardio equipment Dance/Exercise studio Gymnasium Multipurpose rooms Courtyard Playground

Our drop-in admission fee and pass options provide access to drop-in activities during their scheduled times. Amenities include the fitness center, group exercise, water exercise, whirlpool spa, play swims, and open gym times. Swim lessons, camps, and classes are offered at a set fee—no additional admission fee will be charged when participating in these registered activities.

CLOSURES Occasionally, specific facilities within the center (i.e. spa pool, lap pool, etc.) may be closed or have limited operating hours due to repairs, maintenance, inclement weather, holidays, and/or special events. Such closings will not result in a reduction of pass holders’ rates or drop-in admission fees. When possible, the times and dates of closures will be posted in advance. Find up to date information online at portland.gov/parks/closures or call 503-823-2533.

LOCKER ROOMS AND LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use only. Bring your own lock to secure personal belongings. Use of lockers is at your own risk. East Portland Community Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave valuables at home. All patrons are requested to use the locker room for the gender with which they identify. Youth supervised by an adult of a different gender may accompany that adult in to the locker room of the adult's gender. All-user changing rooms are also available. The use of cameras, video recording devices and equipment with digital photography capability is strictly prohibited in locker rooms and public restroom facilities.

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PASS OPTIONS AND FEES Drop-in Admission

20-Visit Pass Save 15%

Unlimited visits!

• • • •

$6.25

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$5.00

Youth (3-12)

$4.50

Adult (18-59)

$106

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$85

Youth (3-12)

$77

Adult (18-59)

$41

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$33

Youth (3-12)

$29

Senior Couple

$49

Family

$66

Children age 0-2 are FREE 20-Visit and Month Passes provide access to Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Mt. Scott, and Southwest Community Centers. The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation. *FREE TeenForce Pass available at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers

TeenForce | Ages 10–20

One FREE pass opens up a whole world of possibilities! Gain access to drop-in activities including TeenForce open gyms, and more. Check on-site for specific activity schedules. Stop by any TeenForce site to pick up your pass today. Registration takes less than five minutes! AVAILABLE AT Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers portland.gov/parks/teenforce

DAILY DROP-IN

For those visiting the center just for the day to swim or workout. Our daily drop-in fee provides access to dropin activities throughout the entire day. Swim laps in the morning, enjoy an exercise class at noon, and relax in the whirlpool spa in the evening...all for the cost of one daily admission fee! If re-entry on the same date is desired, receipt must be requested at time of original transaction.

20-VISIT PASS

20-Visit Passes are a great option for those who plan to work out only once a week. In addition, 20-Visit Passes are a great option for organizations who would like to bring a larger group of visitors (please call ahead). The passes provide unlimited day-use of at a discounted rate. 20-Visit Passes are valid for 2 years and are transferable between people of the same age group. Pass holders must be present at the time of scan.

MONTH PASS

Looking for ongoing access to drop-in activities? This is the pass for you! One monthly fee provides unlimited visits to scheduled drop-in programs throughout the facility. For your convenience, you can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary).

ACCESS DISCOUNT

Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. Discount may be applied to all passes, drop-in fees, and personal training packages. No income verification required. Registration for an Access Discount is available through March 31, 2022. Register for free online, inperson, or by calling your local community center or PP&R customer service center at 503-823-2525. Once you have registered for an Access Discount, you can visit your local recreation center to apply your discount to drop-in admission, multiple visit pass, or personal training package!

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EAST PORTLAND COMMUNITY CENTER

Month Pass

Adult (18-59)


FITNESS FITNESS CENTER | Age 14 & up East Portland Community Center’s fitness program offers a wide-range of amenities and classes for all levels. Access to the fitness center is included with daily admission. Open for drop-in during regular business hours.

EAST PORTLAND COMMUNITY CENTER

AMENITIES Slectorized Strength Equipment Treadmills Recumbent Bikes Stair Climbers Upright Bike Elliptical Cross Trainers Free weight and stretching area

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES | Age 14 & up Strengthen your community, body, and mind with a group fitness class! Classes are offered seven days a week for every age, shape, and fitness level. Access included with daily admission. Pick up a schedule the next time you’re at the community center or view online at portland.gov/parks/east-portland-community-center.

TEENFORCE DROP-IN ACTIVITIES Age 10-20 | FREE with TeenForce pass MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

TeenForce Fitness Center

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

TeenForce Open Gym

3:00-5:30pm

3:00-5:30pm

3:00-5:30pm

3:00-5:30pm

3:00-5:30pm

TeenForce Lounge

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

TeenForce pass and activity sign-ins required. Face covering required. Limited number of participants allowed at a time for optimal air flow and social distancing.

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DANCE ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3, with an adult Turn and swirl together creating a foundation for selfexpression. Discover ways to increase coordination, rhythm, flexibility and body awareness. Emphasis on imagination, creativity, and listening skills. Dance and Me Tu Tu

1/4-2/1 2/8-3/8

1:00-1:30pm 1:00-1:30pm

$41 $41

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PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Experience the joys of movement and music as they combine into exciting activities especially for young imaginations. Physical activities aid in developing flexibility, strength, rhythm and balance to sustain and inspire them as they grow. Tu Tu

1/4-2/1 2/8-3/8

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

$42 $42

M M W W F F

1/3-1/31 2/7-3/7 1/5-2/2 2/9-3/9 1/7-2/4 2/11-3/11

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

$33 $33 $42 $42 $33 $42

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Dance! Dance! Dance!

Messy Art | Age 18 months-5, with an adult

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YOUTH | Age 6-14 Build endurance, strength, and balance while focusing on rhythm, musicality, and footwork. Gain confidence on the floor while learning new techniques in a supportive and encouraging environment. Hip Hop Funky Beats Sa Sa

1/8-2/5 10:30-11:30am $54 2/12-3/12 10:30-11:30am $54

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PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

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MUSIC LESSONS All private music lessons are 30 minutes long. Registration can only be done in person or over the phone at 503-823-3450. PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE: $150 is due at the time of registration. Balance will automatically be withdrawn from card on Monday, 12/27. Monday 1/3-3/7* Tuesday 1/4-3/8 Wednesday 1/5-3/9 Thursday 1/6-3/10 Friday 1/7-3/11* *No lessons: 1/17, 2/21

MARTIAL ARTS

EAST PORTLAND COMMUNITY CENTER

TAE KWON DO | CULLEN LOEFFLER

Non-contact, non-competitive form of self-defense increases physical strength, coordination, and agility, while building self-esteem, concentration, and discipline.

$158 $196 $196 $196 $178

IN-PERSON LESSONS — taught at East Portland CC Instrument

Days Offered Times Offered Instructor

Drums/ Percussion Age 6 & up

M Tu Th

3:15-7:00pm

William M.

Flute Age 6 & up

Tu W F

3:15-7:00pm

Jessica B.

Guitar Age 6 & up

M Tu Th

3:15-7:00pm

Don B., William M.

Great lifelong aerobic exercise for the entire family. Emphasis on the five (5) tenets of Tae Kwon Do: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit.

Piano Age 6 & up

M Tu Th F

3:15-7:00pm

William M.

Tae Kwon Do Kids | Age 5-7

Violin/Cello Age 6 & up

M Tu Th

3:15-7:00pm

William M.

Voice Age 7 & up

F

3:15-7:00pm

Jessica B.

For Everybody | Age 6 & up F F

1/7-2/4 4:00-5:00pm 2/11-3/11 4:00-5:00pm

Intermediate | Age 6 & up W W

1/5-2/2 2/9-3/9

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

$31 $31

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$38 $38

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TAE KWON DO | RON AND SHELBY WILLIAMS

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1/6-2/3 5:30-6:15pm 2/10-3/10 5:30-6:15pm

Traditional | Age 8 & up M Th 1/3-2/3 M Th 2/7-3/10

6:15-7:15pm 6:15-7:15pm

$29 $29

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VIRTUAL LESSONS — taught on Zoom Instrument

Days Offered Times Offered Instructor

Clarinet Age 9 & up

Tu W F

4:00-7:00pm

Peter D.

Flute Age 6 & up

Tu W F

4:00-7:00pm

Peter D.

Recorder Age 6 & up

Tu W F

4:00-7:00pm

Peter D.

Saxophone Age 6 & up

Tu W F

4:00-7:00pm

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SPORTS

SPRING BREAK CAMP March 21–25

PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5

Gain confidence and make new friends and teammates. Refine motor skills through expanded interactive drills and play. Emphasize the basics of sports play in a highenergy, safe environment.

Basketball

Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

Soccer

Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

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

$42 $42

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11:45am-12:15pm $42 11:45am-12:15pm $42

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YOUTH | Age 7-12

Basketball

Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

Join the adventure! Imagination and discovery lead the way with different themes. Develop cooperation and teamwork with new friends through active games and sports, artistic endeavors, science and more. Make this the best time ever! Morning (am) | 9:00am-1:00pm | $22 Afternoon (pm) |1:00-5:00pm | $22 Grades 1-3 Date

Day

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Afternoon (pm)

3/21

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3/23

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3/24

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3/25

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Develop basic techniques that help build your skills while enhancing sportsmanship and teamwork. Improve coordination and increase agility while learning the rules and fundamentals of the sport.

Spring Quest Camp

Grades 3-5 10:45-11:30am 10:45-11:30am

$54 $54

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3/21

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BASKETBALL LEAGUE JANUARY 25–MARCH 12, 2022 East Portland Community Center Grades 1–3 | All genders | $28

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EAST PORTLAND INDOOR POOL POOL FEATURES

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Indoor year-round 4-lane 25-yard lap swimming pool heated to 84 degrees Leisure pool with 2 slides, current channel and vortex 3-lane 20-yard lap swim section heated to 88 degrees Whirlpool spa heated to 102 degrees Water depths range from 0 feet to 9 feet Fully accessible: full dressing room with wheelchair accessible showers; electric pool lift; water wheelchair; pool entry stair with handrails in lap pool; pool entry ramp with handrails in leisure pool.

WINTER SWIM LESSONS MONDAY / WEDNESDAY PM LESSONS 4:20-6:50PM Session A: 1/3-2/2 (9 lessons) $54 Session B: 2/7-3/9 (9 lessons) $54 No class 1/17, 2/21 TUESDAY / THURSDAY AM LESSONS 9:00-11:30AM Session A: 1/4-2/3 (10 lessons) $60 Session B: 2/8-3/10 (10 lessons) $60 SATURDAY AM LESSONS 8:40-11:10am 1/8-3/12 (9 lessons)

Non-swimmers and children under 48”

Non-swimmers and children under 48” must not be left unattended on the pool deck, and must be accompanied at all times in the water by a person 16 years of age or older (or parent or guardian) who shall remain responsible for them and their safety. Swimmers 48” tall and over can attend Open Play Swim on their own.

$60

All lessons are 30 minutes. Not all levels offered at all times. Scan the QR code or visit portland.gov/parks/register. to view and register for swim lessons.

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Register December 6 for lessons that start January 3–February 6 Register January 10 for lessons that start February 7–March 13


PLAY SWIMS MON

TUE

Family Swim 11:30am1:00pm

WED

THU

Family Swim 11:30am1:00pm

FRI

SAT

SUN

Family Swim 11:30am1:00pm

Family Swim 11:30am12:30pm

Family Swim 11:30am12:30pm

Open Swim 4:00-7:00pm

Open Swim 12:30-1:30pm

Open Swim 12:30-1:30pm

Family Swim: Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian in the water. Slide only available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

LAP SWIM AND WATER FITNESS TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

SUN

Lap Swim 5:30-8:25am Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30-8:25am Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30-8:25am Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30-8:25am Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30-8:25am Lanes vary

Lap Swim 7:00-8:55am Lanes vary

Lap Swim 8:00am-1:30pm Lanes vary

Aquaerobics 8:30-9:25am

AquaPower 8:30-9:25am

Aquaerobics 8:30-9:25am

AquaPower 8:30-9:25am

Aquaerobics 8:30-9:25am

Adult/Senior/ Adult/Senior/ Adult/Senior/ Adult/Senior/ Adult/Senior/ Adaptive and Adaptive and Adaptive and Adaptive and Adaptive and Current Channel Current Channel Current Channel Current Channel Current Channel 9:00-11:30am 9:00-11:30am 9:00-11:30am 9:00am-1:00pm 9:00-11:30am S.M.I.L.E.* 9:30-10:25am

S.M.I.L.E.* 9:30-10:25am

S.M.I.L.E.* 9:30-10:25am

S.M.I.L.E.* 9:30-10:25am

S.M.I.L.E.* 9:30-10:25am

Lap Swim 9:30am-5:45pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 9:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 9:30am-5:45pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 9:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 9:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Aqua Yoga* 10:40-11:25

Aqua Yoga* 10:40-11:25

Current Channel Walk** 5:45-6:45pm

Current Channel Walk** 5:45-6:45pm

Aquaerobics 5:55-6:50pm

Aquaerobics 5:55-6:50pm

Aquaerobics 5:55-6:50pm

AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

Aquaerobics 10:00-10:55am Lap Swim 11:00am-1:30pm Lanes vary

Aquaerobics 5:55-6:50pm

We will make every attempt to have 2-4 lap lanes available for lap swim. *Class held in the leisure pool **Not offered on no-lesson days

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MATT DISHMAN COMMUNITY CENTER 77 NE Knott Street Portland, OR 97212 503-823-3673

Hours BUILDING CLOSURE Monday- Friday 5:30am- 7:30pm TUESDAY, 9/17 Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm and swimming pools will be closed for staff training.

Building Supervisor Amourie Downing Bus Line #4 Fessenden, #24 Fremont, #6 MLK, #44 Mocks Crest ADA Accessibility Entrances, Parking, Restrooms, Pool

Building Closures and Special Hours January 1 CLOSED January 17 10:00am-6:00pm January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 10:00am-6:00pm

ADMISSION BENEFITS FACILITY FEATURES

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L-shaped 6-lane 25-yard pool heated to 84 degrees. Water depths range 2 - 12 feet. One-meter diving board Whirlpool Spa (102 degrees) All-user Changing Rooms Fitness Center with cardiovascular circuit equipment Gymnasium Auditorium with Kitchen

Our drop-in admission fee and pass options provide access to dropin activities during their scheduled times. Amenities include the fitness center, group exercise, water exercise, whirlpool spa, play swims, and open gym times. Swim lessons, camps, and classes are offered at a set fee—no additional admission fee will be charged when participating in these registered activities.

CLOSURES Occasionally, specific facilities within the center (i.e. spa pool, lap pool, etc.) may be closed or have limited operating hours due to repairs, maintenance, inclement weather, holidays, and/or special events. Such closings will not result in a reduction of pass holders’ rates or drop-in admission fees. When possible, the times and dates of closures will be posted in advance. Find up to date information online at portland.gov/parks/closures or call 503-823-2533.

LOCKER ROOMS AND LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use only. Bring your own lock to secure personal belongings. Use of lockers is at your own risk. Matt Dishman Community Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave valuables at home. All patrons are requested to use the locker room for the gender with which they identify. Youth supervised by an adult of a different gender may accompany that adult in to the locker room of the adult's gender. All-user changing rooms are also available. The use of cameras, video recording devices and equipment with digital photography capability is strictly prohibited in locker rooms and public restroom facilities.

DISCOUNT OPTIONS With resources from the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy), we can offer new payment options for City of Portland residents that allow you to choose payment levels based on your needs. Ask about Pay What You Can for registered activities and an Access Discount for passes and drop-in activities. 72

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PASS OPTIONS AND FEES Drop-in Admission

20-Visit Pass Save 15%

• • • •

$6.25

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$5.00

Youth (3-12)

$4.50

Adult (18-59)

$106

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$85

Youth (3-12)

$77

Adult (18-59)

$41

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$33

Youth (3-12)

$29

Senior Couple

$49

Family

$66

Children age 0-2 are FREE 20-Visit and Month Passes provide access to Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Mt. Scott, and Southwest Community Centers. The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation. *FREE TeenForce Pass available at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers

TeenForce | Ages 10–20

One FREE pass opens up a whole world of possibilities! Gain access to drop-in activities including TeenForce open gyms, and more. Check on-site for specific activity schedules. Stop by any TeenForce site to pick up your pass today. Registration takes less than five minutes! AVAILABLE AT Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers portland.gov/parks/teenforce

DAILY DROP-IN

For those visiting the center just for the day to swim or workout. Our daily drop-in fee provides access to dropin activities throughout the entire day. Swim laps in the morning, enjoy an exercise class at noon, and relax in the whirlpool spa in the evening...all for the cost of one daily admission fee! If re-entry on the same date is desired, receipt must be requested at time of original transaction.

20-VISIT PASS

20-Visit Passes are a great option for those who plan to work out only once a week. In addition, 20-Visit Passes are a great option for organizations who would like to bring a larger group of visitors (please call ahead). The passes provide unlimited day-use of at a discounted rate. 20-Visit Passes are valid for 2 years and are transferable between people of the same age group. Pass holders must be present at the time of scan.

MONTH PASS

Looking for ongoing access to drop-in activities? This is the pass for you! One monthly fee provides unlimited visits to scheduled drop-in programs throughout the facility. For your convenience, you can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary).

ACCESS DISCOUNT

Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. Discount may be applied to all passes, drop-in fees, and personal training packages. No income verification required. Registration for an Access Discount is available through March 31, 2022. Register for free online, in-person, or by calling your local community center or PP&R customer service center at 503823-2525. Once you have registered for an Access Discount, you can visit your local recreation center to apply your discount to drop-in admission, multiple visit pass, or personal training package!

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Month Pass

Unlimited visits!

Adult (18-59)


DROP-IN ACTIVITIES MON Indoor Park $1/child age 5 & under

TUE

1:003:00pm

Adult Open Gym 18 & up

WED

5:30am7:30pm

Parent/guardian waiver required

FRI

SAT

SUN

5:30am7:30pm

9:00am2:00pm

8:00am2:00pm

1:003:00pm 1:003:00pm

Fitness Center 14 & up ONLY

THU

5:30am7:30pm

1:003:00pm 5:30am7:30pm

5:30am7:30pm

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FITNESS CENTER | Age 14 & up

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES | Age 14 & up

The Matt Dishman Community Center Fitness Program offers a wide-range of amenities and classes for all levels. Access to the fitness center is included with daily admission. Teens age 14-17 must have guardian release form on file and complete an orientation prior to access.

Strengthen your community, body, and mind with a group fitness class! Classes are offered for every age, shape, and fitness level. With over 10 classes to choose from, you're sure to find one for you! Access included with daily admission.

Open for drop-in: Monday- Friday 5:30am- 7:30pm, Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm, Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm

Pick up a paper schedule the next time you're at the community center.

AMENITIES • Selectorized weight machines • Free weight area • Stationary bikes • Elliptical cross-trainers • Treadmills

PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal training gives you the opportunity to find real, achievable goals and to meet those goals in a safe and timely manner. Stop by MDCC or call 503-823-3673 to get started! Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) helps our trainers design a workout plan fit to your specific needs. Fill one out now to get started on reaching your fitness goals! Individual Personal Training Make an appointment with a personal trainer, who will oversee your progress and hold you accountable. Our excellent personal training staff will motivate you to make a fresh start, or reach a new level in your fitness. • Single session: 30 minutes $22.50/ 1 hour $45 • Package deals: 3 hours $110 / 6 hours $200

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TEENFORCE DROP-IN ACTIVITIES Age 10-20 | FREE with TeenForce Pass MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

TeenForce Fitness Center

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

TeenForce Open Gym

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

TeenForce Game Room

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

TeenForce pass and activity sign-ins required. Face covering required. Limited number of participants allowed at a time for optimal air flow and social distancing.

TEENFORCE

ART

Afro-Brazilian martial arts, combines dance, acrobatics, and music. Focus on building self-confidence through movement. Tu 1/4-3/10 5:30-6:30pm FREE 1141057

TAE KWON DO INTERGENERATIONAL | Age 7 & up Students increase agility and strength using kicks, punches, and blocks. Develop and boost concentration, coordination, discipline, and esteem while benefiting from aerobic exercise. Emphasizes cooperation, selfcontrol and a non-competitive, non-violent approach to martial arts. Tae Kwon Do - For Everybody M Th

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LIFELONG RECREATION | Age 60 & up Drawing - Beginning

Discover your hidden talents through the basics using charcoal and pencils. Find out how fun and easy it is as it builds the self-confidence of beginning students! Simple-to-understand instruction taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Materials will not be supplied for this class. Participants will need to supply their own materials. Supply list will be included on customer receipt. Tu 1/4-3/8 12:30-2:30pm $114 1142002

Painting - Beginning Acrylics

Painting can be relaxing very inspiring. Gain knowledge of paint colors and uses, brushes, layering, building transparencies, creating depth and distance, composition, value and perspective and more. Step-by-step instruction assists in producing incredible works of art! Discover your own unique style and be thrilled about what you can create! Materials will not be included for this class. Participants will need to supply their own materials. Supply list will be included on customer receipt. Tu 1/4-3/8 10:00am-12:00pm $114 1142001

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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Capoeira | Age 10-20


ENRICHMENT

DANCE

PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Preschool enrichment classes promote social, physical, emotional, and cognitive development for growing minds and bodies. Yoga - Once Upon a Pose—NEW! M M

1/3-1/31 2/7-3/7

3:30-4:00pm 3:30-4:00pm

$33 $33

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SPRING BREAK CAMP Monday–Friday, March 21–25

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Spring Break Friends | Age 3-5

Play with other kids! Explore themes that embrace the zestful energy of children in art, games, music, stories and dramatic play. Format of free choice, group time, and physical activity is designed to stimulate thinking, enhance self-esteem and build teamwork. 9:00am-12:00pm

$95

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Spring Break Thrills | Grades 1-5

School’s out! Time to play! Join us for an actionpacked day of exciting activities. Develop social skills and build self-esteem using a variety of amusing games, arts, crafts, and sports. Improve coordination and teamwork interacting in a positive nurturing environment. 9:00am-5:00pm

$220

ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3 with an adult Turn and swirl together creating a foundation for selfexpression. Discover ways to increase coordination, rhythm, flexibility and body awareness. Emphasis on imagination, creativity, and listening skills. Ballet - Terrific Twirling

W 1/5-2/2 10-10:30am W 2/9-3/9 10-10:30am

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PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Experience the joys of movement and music as they combine into exciting activities especially for young imaginations. Physical activities aid in developing flexibility, strength, rhythm and balance to sustain and inspire them as they grow. PreBallet - Starting Steps!

W 1/5-2/2 10:45-11:15am $42 1143086 W 2/9-3/9 10:45-11:15am $42 1143087

Hip Hop - Tiny Hip Hoppers

W 1/5-2/2 9:15-9:45am W 2/9-3/9 9:15-9:45am

$42 1143082 $42 1143083

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Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

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SPORTS: BASKETBALL TEAM PLAY Junior Team Play

with Coach John Thompson Get ready for league play with coach John Thompson. Sharpen skills with conditioning and scrimmages to develop strength, coordination and teamwork. Age 4-5 Sa 1/8-3/12 9:15-9:45am $84 1142362 Age 5-6 Sa 1/8-3/12 9:45-10:15am $84 1142367 Age 7-9 Sa 1/8-3/12 10:15-11:15am $108 1142369 Age 9-13 Sa 1/8-3/12 11:15-12:15pm $108 1142391

Biddy Ball League

ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3, with an adult Develop skills together that promote coordination, balance and agility. Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to sports. Basketball

Tu 1/4-2/1 Tu 2/8-3/8

Soccer

W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9 W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9

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

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Sports Mix - Gym Babies Tu 1/4-2/1 Tu 2/8-3/8

12:15-12:45pm $41 1142406 12:15-12:45pm $41 1142407

PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Gain confidence and make new friends and teammates. Refine motor skills through expanded interactive drills and play. Emphasize the basics of sports play in a highenergy, safe environment. W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9

Basketball

W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9

Soccer

JANUARY 25–MARCH 11, 2022

1:00-1:30pm 1:00-1:30pm

Sports Start - Balls! Balls! Bonanza

Baseball

BASKETBALL LEAGUE

11:30am-12:00pm $41 1142404 11:30am-12:00pm $41 1142405

Tu 1/4-2/1 Tu 2/8-3/8

Sports Mix

Tu 1/4-2/1 Tu 2/8-3/8

11:30am-12:00pm $42 1142408 11:30am-12:00pm $42 1142409 12:15-12:45pm $42 1142429 12:15-12:45pm $42 1142430 10:00-10:30am $42 1142394 10:00-10:30am $42 1142397 10:45-11:15am $42 1142398 10:45-11:15am $42 1142399

Matt Dishman Community Center All genders | $25

Grades 1-2 1142800 Practices Tuesday at 4:00pm Games held Friday evenings* Grades 3-4 1142801 Practices Thursday at 4:00pm Games held Friday evenings* *North Portland league games are held at Charles Jordan Community Center 9009 North Foss Ave. | Portland Game dates/times to be announced.

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Come discover the importance of social skills in sports rather than competition. Shooting, passing, dribbling and coordination skills will be practiced. Age 5-7 M 1/3-3/7 4:00-5:00pm $140 1142433 Age 8-10 W 1/5-3/9 4:00-5:00pm $175 1142435 Age 11-14 F 1/7-3/11 4:00-5:00pm $175 1142437

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MATT DISHMAN INDOOR POOL POOL FEATURES

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Indoor year-round L-shaped 6-lane 25-yard pool heated to 84 degrees. One-meter diving board Whirlpool spa heated to 102 degrees Water depths range from 2 feet to 12 feet

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Fully accessible: full dressing room with wheelchair accessible showers; electric pool lift; water wheelchair; pool entry stair with handrails in lap pool; pool entry ramp with handrails in leisure pool.

WINTER SWIM LESSONS TUESDAY / THURSDAY LESSONS 10:00am-12:30pm / 4:55-6:45pm Session A: 1/4-2/3 (10 lessons) $60 Session B: 2/8-3/10 (10 lessons) $60 SATURDAY AM LESSONS 9:05am-12:10pm 1/8-3/12* (9 lessons) *No lesson on 2/11

$54

Non-swimmers and children under 48”

Non-swimmers and children under 48” must not be left unattended on the pool deck, and must be accompanied at all times in the water by a person 16 years of age or older (or parent or guardian) who shall remain responsible for them and their safety. Swimmers 48” tall and over can attend Open Play Swim on their own.

All lessons are 30 minutes. Not all levels offered at all times. Scan the QR code or visit portland.gov/parks/register. to view and register for swim lessons.

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Register DECEMBER 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register JANUARY 10 for February 7–March 13 activities


PLAY SWIMS MON

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THU

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Family Swim* 11:30am3:00pm

Family Swim* 12:30-3:00pm

Family Swim* 11:30am3:00pm

Family Swim* 12:30-3:00pm

Family Swim* 11:30am3:00pm

Open Swim 3:00-4:45pm

Open Swim 3:00-4:45pm

Open Swim 3:00-4:45pm

Open Swim 3:00-4:45pm

Open Swim 3:00-6:00pm

Shallow Bay only

Shallow Bay only

Shallow Bay only

Shallow Bay only

SAT

SUN Family Swim* 8:00am12:00pm

Open Swim 12:20-1:30pm

Shallow Bay only

Open Swim 12:00-1:30pm

*Family Swim: Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian in the water.

LAP SWIM AND WATER FITNESS TUE

WED

THU

FRI

Lap Swim 5:30am-9:00am

Lap Swim 5:30am-4:00pm

Lap Swim 5:30am-9:00am

Lap Swim 5:30am-4:00pm

Lap Swim 5:30am-9:00am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

Aquaerobics 7:00-7:55am

SAT

SUN Lap Swim 8:00am-1:30pm

Aquaerobics 7:00-7:55am

Aquaerobics/ AquaPower 9:15-10:10am

Aquaerobics/ AquaPower 9:15-10:10am

Aquaerobics/ AquaPower 9:15-10:10am

AquaPower 9:10-10:05am

S.M.I.L.E 10:15-11:10am

S.M.I.L.E 10:15-11:10am

S.M.I.L.E 10:15-11:10am

Aquaerobics 10:10-11:05am

Lap Swim 11:15am4:00pm

Lap Swim 11:15am4:00pm

Lap Swim 11:15am4:00pm

Lap Swim 11:20am1:30pm

Lap Swim 6:05-7:00pm

Lap Swim 6:05-7:00pm

Lap Swim** 6:05-7:00pm

Lap Swim 6:05-7:00pm

Lap Swim** 6:05-7:00pm

AquaPower 6:05-7:00pm

Pregnancy Fitness 6:05-7:00pm

AquaPower** 6:05-7:00pm

Pregnancy Fitness 6:05-7:00pm

AquaPower** 6:05-7:00pm

**Not available until week of February 14 We will make every attempt to have 1–2 lap lanes available for adult lap swim. Up to 5 lanes will be available at designated times. Call 503-823-3673 for a complete schedule of lanes available during operating hours.

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MONTAVILLA COMMUNITY CENTER 8219 NE Glisan Street Portland, OR 97220 503-823-4101 Building Director Robert Donaldson Bus Line #19 Glisan, #72 82nd Avenue-Killingsworth ADA Accessibility: Entrances, Parking, Restrooms, Classrooms

Hours Monday–Friday Saturday-Sunday

9:00am-5:00pm CLOSED

Building Closures and Special Hours January 17 CLOSED January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 CLOSED

DROP-IN ACTIVITIES Monday Pickleball | Age 16 & up $6.25/Adult, $5/Senior

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

12:30-2:30pm

TeenForce Open Gym* Middle School | Age 10-13

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

TeenForce Open Gym* High School | Age 14-18

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

TeenForce Open Gym* Post High School | Age 18-20

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

*TeenForce pass and activity sign-ins required.

Face covering required. Limited number of participants allowed at a time for optimal air flow and social distancing.

TeenForce | Ages 10–20

One FREE pass opens up a whole world of possibilities! Gain access to drop-in activities, including TeenForce open gyms, and more. Check on-site for specific activity schedules. Stop by any TeenForce site to pick up your pass today. Registration takes less than five minutes!

AVAILABLE AT Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers

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YOGA | Age 60 & up

Originating in India, this centuries old practice of exercise revitalizes both mind and body. Improve focus, release stress and tension while increasing strength and flexibility. An excellent way to learn to gauge and meet the ever changing demands of daily life. Tu 1/4-2/1 Tu 2/8-3/8

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11:15am-12:15pm $21 11:15am-12:15pm $21

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TAE KWON DO TAE KWON DO | CULLEN LOEFFLER

Non-contact, non-competitive form of self-defense increases physical strength, coordination, and agility, while building self-esteem, concentration, and discipline.

Tae Kwon Do For Tots | Age 4-6 Sa 1/8-3/12 12:00-12:45pm

$32

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Must have taken Tae Kwon Do for Tots Sa 1/8-3/12 1:00-1:45pm $32

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Next Steps | Age 4-6

Brown & Black Belt | Age 6 & up Sa 1/8-3/12 9:00-10:00am

Sa 1/8-3/12 2:00-3:00pm

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$32

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2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022.

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For Everybody | Age 7 & up

$32

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL

Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

Intermediate| Age 8 & up

Sa 1/8-3/12 10:00-11:00am

More Advanced | Age 9 & up Sa 1/8-3/12 11:00am-12:00pm

$32

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ENRICHMENT PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Preschool enrichment classes promote social, physical, emotional, and cognitive development for growing minds and bodies. KidSpace: Discover and Explore Tu Tu W W

1/4-2/1 2/8-3/8 1/5-2/2 2/9-3/9

12:30-2:30pm 12:30-2:30pm 12:30-2:30pm 12:30-2:30pm

$112 $112 $112 $112

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MT. SCOTT COMMUNITY CENTER 5530 SE 72nd Avenue Portland, OR 97206 503-823-3183 Building Supervisor Adam McGowan Bus Line #10 Harold, #14 ADA Accessibility: Entrances, Parking, Restrooms, Pool

Hours Monday–Friday Saturday Sunday

5:30am–7:30pm 7:00am–2:00pm CLOSED

Building Closures and Special Hours January 1 CLOSED January 17 10:00am-6:00pm January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 10:00am-6:00pm

ADMISSION BENEFITS FACILITY FEATURES

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25 yard 6-lane Indoor Lap Pool (84 degrees) Indoor Leisure Pool with Slide, Current Channel, Vortex and Interactive Play Features (89 degrees) Whirlpool Spa (102 degrees) All-user Changing Rooms Fitness Center with cardio and strength equipment Gymnasium Auditorium with Kitchen Roller Skating Rink

Our drop-in admission fee and pass options provide access to drop-in activities during their scheduled times. Amenities include the fitness center, group exercise, water exercise, whirlpool spa, play swims, and open gym times. Swim lessons, camps, and classes are offered at a set fee—no additional admission fee will be charged when participating in these registered activities.

CLOSURES Occasionally, specific facilities within the center (i.e. spa pool, lap pool, etc.) may be closed or have limited operating hours due to repairs, maintenance, inclement weather, holidays, and/or special events. Such closings will not result in a reduction of pass holders’ rates or drop-in admission fees. When possible, the times and dates of closures will be posted in advance. Find up to date information online at portland.gov/parks/closures or call 503823-2533.

LOCKER ROOMS AND LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use only. Bring your own lock to secure personal belongings. Use of lockers is at your own risk. Mt. Scott Community Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave valuables at home. All patrons are requested to use the locker room for the gender with which they identify. Youth supervised by an adult of a different gender may accompany that adult in to the locker room of the adult's gender. All-user changing rooms are also available. The use of cameras, video recording devices and equipment with digital photography capability is strictly prohibited in locker rooms and public restroom facilities.

DISCOUNT OPTIONS With resources from the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy), we can offer new payment options for City of Portland residents that allow you to choose payment levels based on your needs. Ask about Pay What You Can for registered activities and an Access Discount for passes and drop-in activities. 82

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PASS OPTIONS AND FEES Drop-in Admission

20-Visit Pass Save 15%

Unlimited visits!

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$6.25

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$5.00

Youth (3-12)

$4.50

Adult (18-59)

$106

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$85

Youth (3-12)

$77

Adult (18-59)

$41

Senior (60+) Teen* (13-17)

$33

Youth (3-12)

$29

Senior Couple

$49

Family

$66

Children age 0-2 are FREE 20-Visit and Month Passes provide access to Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Mt. Scott, and Southwest Community Centers. The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation. *FREE TeenForce Pass available at Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers

TeenForce | Ages 10–20

One FREE pass opens up a whole world of possibilities! Gain access to drop-in activities including TeenForce open gyms, and more. Check on-site for specific activity schedules. Stop by any TeenForce site to pick up your pass today. Registration takes less than five minutes! AVAILABLE AT Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Montavilla, and Mt. Scott Community Centers portland.gov/parks/teenforce

DAILY DROP-IN

For those visiting the center just for the day to swim or workout. Our daily drop-in fee provides access to dropin activities throughout the entire day. Swim laps in the morning, enjoy an exercise class at noon, and relax in the whirlpool spa in the evening...all for the cost of one daily admission fee! If re-entry on the same date is desired, receipt must be requested at time of original transaction.

20-VISIT PASS

20-Visit Passes are a great option for those who plan to work out only once a week. In addition, 20-Visit Passes are a great option for organizations who would like to bring a larger group of visitors (please call ahead). The passes provide unlimited day-use of at a discounted rate. 20-Visit Passes are valid for 2 years and are transferable between people of the same age group. Pass holders must be present at the time of scan.

MONTH PASS

Looking for ongoing access to drop-in activities? This is the pass for you! One monthly fee provides unlimited visits to scheduled drop-in programs throughout the facility. For your convenience, you can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary).

ACCESS DISCOUNT

Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. Discount may be applied to all passes, drop-in fees, and personal training packages. No income verification required. Registration for an Access Discount is available through March 31, 2022. Register for free online, in-person, or by calling your local community center or PP&R customer service center at 503-823-2525. Once you have registered for an Access Discount, you can visit your local recreation center to apply your discount to drop-in admission, multiple visit pass, or personal training package!

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Month Pass

Adult (18-59)


DROP-IN ACTIVITIES MONDAY

TUESDAY

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Badminton

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

12:30-2:30pm

Basketball | Age 55+

12:30-2:30pm

12:30-2:30pm

Open Skate

4:30-6:30pm

4:30-6:30pm

Pickleball

12:30-2:30pm

TeenForce* Fitness Center Orientations held Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm

5:30-7:30am 3:00-5:00pm

5:30-7:30am 3:00-5:00pm

5:30-7:30am 3:00-5:00pm

5:30-7:30am 3:00-5:00pm

5:30-7:30am 3:00-5:00pm

TeenForce* Open Gym

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

3:00-5:00pm

TeenForce* Lounge

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

3:00-7:00pm

5:00-7:00pm

TeenForce* Volleyball

3:00-5:00pm

12:30-2:30pm

3:00-5:00pm

*TeenForce activities for ages 10-20. (Free) TeenForce pass and activity sign-ins required. Face covering required. Limited number of participants allowed at a time for optimal air flow and social distancing.

TEENFORCE TeenForce DJ Academy

Learn how to use the equipment, and DJ live events. You’ll learn the basics, and get in spin time at actual dances. F 1/7-3/11 5:00-7:00pm FREE 1142659

TeenForce Dungeons and Dragons Beginner/Intermediate Tu 1/4-3/8 4:00-6:30pm FREE Th 1/6-3/10 4:00-6:30pm FREE M-F 3/21-3/25 3:30-7:00pm FREE

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Intermediate/Advanced Su 1/9-3/13 12:00-3:00pm FREE

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TeenForce Speed and Conditioning | Grades 8-12 Emphasis on running techniques, quick foot drills, lateral movement improved flexibility to increase your effectiveness on the track, field or court. M W 1/10-3/16 3:30-4:30pm FREE 1142663 TeenForce Youth Advisory Council | Age 14-18

Teen Nights will start soon! Check in with your Teen Coordinator to find out more.

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Connect with other teens by sharing your perspective and ideas for change in a fun and welcoming environment. Investigate local issues and discuss how our actions individually and as a team can make a difference in our community and in the world. Participate in community activities and help to shape the MSCC teen program. W 1/12-3/16 5:00-6:00pm FREE 1142664

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FITNESS FITNESS CENTER | Age 14 & up The Mt. Scott Community Center fitness program offers a wide-range of amenities and classes for all levels. Access to the fitness center is included with daily admission. Teens age 14-17 must have guardian release form on file and complete an orientation prior to access. Open for drop-in during regular business hours. Closed Monday-Friday from 1:30-2:30pm for cleaning. Fitness center orientations • Monday-Thursday 10:00am-1:00pm • Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30-6:30pm. • Teen orientations | Wednesday 6:00-7:00pm.

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES | Age 14 & up Strengthen your community, body, and mind with a group fitness class! Classes are offered seven days a week for every age, shape, and fitness level. Access included with daily admission. Formats include, but are not limited to: Cardio/Strength, Dance Fitness, Mind/Body Pick up a schedule the next time you’re at the community center or view online at portland.gov/parks/mt-scott-community-center

Stop by to learn more about our professional Personal Trainers Nic Seybold and Thais Denmark! Both Nic and Thais are trained to work with people at any fitness level and will create an individualized plan to help you achieve your fitness goals.

PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal training gives you the opportunity to find real, achievable goals and to meet those goals in a safe and timely manner. Stop by MSCC or call 503-823-3183 to get started! Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) helps our trainers design a workout plan fit to your specific needs. Fill one out now to get started on reaching your fitness goals! Individual Personal Training Make an appointment with a personal trainer, who will oversee your progress and hold you accountable. Our excellent personal training staff will motivate you to make a fresh start, or reach a new level in your fitness. 2 half - hour session: $45 6 half - hour sessions: $120 12 half - hour sessions: $234 Group Personal Training Set-up a personal training session with a friend. Personal training with friends is a great way to stay motivated, workout with your friends, and save money! 2 people: $30/person per hour

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AMENITIES • Paramount Selectorized Weight Machines • Paramount Cable Crossover • Recumbent Stationary Bicycles • Rowing Machine • Elliptical Cross Trainers • Treadmills • Stair Climbers • Free Weight and Stretching Area


DANCE PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Experience the joys of movement and music as they combine into exciting activities especially for young imaginations. Physical activities aid in developing flexibility, strength, rhythm and balance to sustain and inspire them as they grow. Creative Dance F 1/7-2/4 F 2/11-3/11

11:30am-12:00pm 11:30am-12:00pm

$34 $42

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YOUTH | Age 6-8 Build endurance, strength, and balance while focusing on rhythm, musicality, and footwork. Gain confidence on the floor while learning new techniques in a supportive and encouraging environment. Dance Creatively Tu 1/4-2/1 Tu 2/8-3/8

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

$54 $54

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ENRICHMENT ADULT/CHILD

Help your child explore their world, meet new friends, and test their skills and muscles. Through play, children work on creativity and skill development, learn how to work with others, and are introduced to fun new activities.

Messy Art | Age 2 ½ -4, with an adult

Tu 1/4-2/1 10:30-11:00am $41 Tu 2/8-3/8 10:30-11:00am $41 Th 1/6-2/3 10:30-11:00am $41 Th 2/10-3/10 10:30-11:00am $41

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Music, Marching, and Make Believe

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

Age 18 months-3, with an adult Tu 1/4-2/1 9:45-10:15am Tu 2/8-3/8 9:45-10:15am Th 1/6-2/3 9:45-10:15am Th 2/10-3/10 9:45-10:15am

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PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Preschool enrichment classes promote social, physical, emotional, and cognitive development for growing minds and bodies. Science - Explorers W W

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3:30-4:00pm 3:30-4:00pm

$42 $42

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SPORTS ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3, with an adult Develop skills together that promote coordination, balance and agility. Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to sports. Balls! Balls! Bonanza M M

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

$33 $33

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PRESCHOOL | Age 3-6 Gain confidence and make new friends and teammates. Refine motor skills through expanded interactive drills and play. Emphasize the basics of sports play in a high-energy, safe environment. Basketball

2/7-3/7

$42 $42

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5:30-6:00pm

$42

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10:15-10:45am

$34

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Games held on Saturday at East Portland Community Center from 9:00am-2:00pm. Schedules provided at the second practice.

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

$42 $42

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5:30-6:00pm

$42

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Soccer

Age 3-5 W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9 Age 4-6 W 2/9-3/9

Sports Mix | Age 3-5 M

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Mt. Scott Community Center Grades 1–3 | All genders | $28

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

Games, Games, Games | Age 3-5 M

JANUARY 25–MARCH 12, 2022

10:15-10:45am

MT. SCOTT COMMUNITY CENTER

Age 3-5 W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9 Age 4-6 W 1/5-2/2

BASKETBALL LEAGUE

SPRING BREAK CAMP Monday–Friday, March 21–25

Sports Madness | Grades 1-5 YOUTH | Age 8-11

Develop basic techniques that help build your skills while enhancing sportsmanship and teamwork. Improve coordination and increase agility while learning the rules and fundamentals of the sport.

Floor Hockey Sa Sa

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Enthusiasm and excitement thrive as we explore a variety of sports skills, games, teamwork, and fair play. Activities suit both the established and aspiring athlete. Emphasis on cooperation and participation ensure a positive experience for all. 9:00am-5:00pm

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

$71 $71

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MT. SCOTT INDOOR POOL POOL FEATURES

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Indoor year-round 6-lane 25-yard lap swimming pool heated to 84 degrees, water depth 3.5-9 feet. Leisure pool with slide, current channel, vortex and interactive play features heated to 88 degrees, water depth 0-3.5 feet. Whirlpool spa heated to 102 degrees

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Fully accessible: full dressing room with wheelchair accessible showers; electric pool lift; water wheelchair; pool entry stair with handrails in lap pool; pool entry ramp with handrails in leisure pool.

WINTER SWIM LESSONS TUESDAY / THURSDAY LESSONS 9:00-11:30AM / 4:10-6:50PM Session A: 1/4-2/3 (10 lessons) $60 Session B: 2/8-3/10 (10 lessons) $60 SATURDAY AM LESSONS 8:10-11:50am 1/8-3/12 (9 lessons)

$60

Non-swimmers and children under 48”

Non-swimmers and children under 48” must not be left unattended on the pool deck, and must be accompanied at all times in the water by a person 16 years of age or older (or parent or guardian) who shall remain responsible for them and their safety. Swimmers 48” tall and over can attend Open Play Swim on their own.

All lessons are 30 minutes. Not all levels offered at all times. Scan the QR code or visit portland.gov/parks/register. to view and register for swim lessons.

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Register December 6 for lessons that start January 3—February 6 Register January 10 for lessons that start February 7—March 13


PLAY SWIMS MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

SUN

Family Swim* 9:30am-1:00pm Open Swim 4:00-7:00pm

Leisure Pool Only

Open Swim 12:00-1:30pm

Family Swim: Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian in the water. Slide only available on Friday and Saturday. *Slide operates Friday from 11:00am-1:00pm.

LAP SWIM AND WATER FITNESS TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 7:00am-1:30pm Lanes vary

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

AquaPower 6:00-6:55am

Aquaerobics 7:00-7:55am

Aqua Yoga 8:05-9:00am

Aquaerobics 7:00-7:55am

Aqua Yoga 8:05-9:00am

Aquaerobics 7:00-7:55am

Current Channel Walk 8:00-11:30am

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MON

Current Channel Current Channel Walk Walk 8:00-11:30am 8:00-9:30am

Aquaerobics 9:05-10:00am

AquaPower 9:05-10:00am

Aquaerobics 9:05-10:00am

AquaPower 9:05-10:00am

Aquaerobics 9:05-10:00am

AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

S.M.I.L.E. 10:15-11:10am

S.M.I.L.E. 10:15-11:10am

S.M.I.L.E 10:15-11:10am

S.M.I.L.E. 10:15-11:10am

S.M.I.L.E. 10:15-11:10am

Aquaerobics 10:00-10:55am

Aquaerobics 6:05-7:00pm

AquaPower 6:05-7:00pm

Aquaerobics 6:05-7:00pm

AquaPower 6:05-7:00pm

We will make every attempt to have 2 lap lanes available for lap swim. Up to 6 lanes will be available at designated times.

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PENINSULA PARK COMMUNITY CENTER Hours BUILDING CLOSURE Monday–Friday 9:00am-6:00pm TUESDAY, Saturday-Sunday CLOSED9/17

700 North Rosa Parks Way Portland, OR 97217 503-823-3620 Building Director Jennie Birt Bus Line #4 Fessenden, #44 Mocks Crest, #75 Cesar Chavez Blvd/Lombard, #6 MLK ADA Accessible Entrances, Parking, Restrooms

All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers

and swimming pools willSpecial be closedHours for staff training. Building Closures and January 1 CLOSED January 17 CLOSED January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 CLOSED

SPORTS ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3, with an adult Develop skills together that promote coordination, balance and agility. Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to sports. Basketball

Th 1/6-2/3 9:30-10:00am Th 2/10-3/10 9:30-10:00am

Soccer

W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9

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

$41 1142025 $41 1142076 $41 1142019 $41 1142058

PRESCHOOL | Age 4-5 Gain confidence and make new friends and teammates. Refine motor skills through expanded interactive drills and play. Emphasize the basics of sports play in a highenergy, safe environment. Basketball

Th 1/6-2/3 10:30-11:00am $42 1142027 Th 2/10-3/10 10:30-11:00am $42 1142079

Soccer

W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9

Sports Mix

10:30-11:00am $42 1142021 10:30-11:00am $42 1142061

W 1/5-2/2 12:15-12:45pm W 2/9-3/9 12:15-12:45pm Th 1/6-2/3 12:15-12:45pm Th 2/10-3/10 12:15-12:45pm

$42 1142023 $42 1142064 $42 1142029 $42 1142082

BASKETBALL LEAGUE JANUARY 25–MARCH 11, 2022 Peninsula Park Community Center All genders | $28

Grades 1-2 1142358 Practices Tuesday from 5:00-5:45pm Grades 3-4 1142359 Practices Thursday from 5:00-5:45pm *North Portland league games are held at Charles Jordan Community Center 9009 North Foss Ave. | Portland Game dates/times to be announced. Volunteer Coaches are required for each team. Contact the site coordinator at 503-823-3153 to learn more.

SPRING BREAK CAMP Monday–Friday, March 21–25

Spring Break Thrills | Grades K-5

School’s out! Time to play! Join us for an action-packed day of exciting activities. Develop social skills and build selfesteem using a variety of amusing games, arts, crafts, and sports. Improve coordination and teamwork interacting in a positive nurturing environment. 90

9:00am-5:00pm

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DROP-IN ACTIVITIES MON

TUE

Baby and Toddler Gym Age 6 months-3 with an adult $1/child Indoor Park Age 1-5, with an adult $1/child Youth Basketball | Age 8-17

4:155:45pm

1/3-1/31 9:30-10:00am $44 1142003 1/3-1/31 10:30-11:00am $44 1142005 2/7-3/7 9:30-10:00am $44 1142040 2/7-3/7 10:30-11:00am $44 1142043 1/4-2/1 9:30-10:00am $55 1142011 1/4-2/1 10:30-11:00am $55 1142013 2/8-3/8 9:30-10:00am $55 1142049 2/8-3/8 10:30-11:00am $55 1142052 1/7-2/4 9:30-10:00am $44 1142031 1/7-2/4 10:30-11:00am $44 1142033 2/11-3/11 9:30-10:00am $55 1142067 2/11-3/11 10:30-11:00am $55 1142070

PRESCHOOL | Age 4-5 Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to gymnastics. 1/3-1/31 2/7-3/7 1/4-2/1 2/8-3/8 1/7-2/4 2/11-3/11

12:15-12:45pm $45 1142007 12:15-12:45pm $45 1142046 12:15-12:45pm $56 1142015 12:15-12:45pm $56 1142055 12:15-12:45pm $45 1142035 12:15-12:45pm $56 1142073

YOUTH | Age 6-8

Floor, bars, beam and vault will help your child increase their strength and flexibility.

Level I Foundations M Tu F

1/3-3/7 1/4-3/8 1/7-3/11

9:3010:30am

9:3010:30am

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

9:3010:30am 4:155:45pm

4:155:45pm

Hours and dates subject to change. Gym times may vary depending on private rentals, special events and programming. Groups are not permitted to use Open Gym time for practices.

PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Experience the joys of movement and music as they combine into exciting activities especially for young imaginations. Physical activities aid in developing flexibility, strength, rhythm and balance to sustain and inspire them as they grow. Pre Ballet - Starting Steps! M 1/3-1/31 M 2/7-3/7

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

$34 1142640 $34 1142643

YOUTH | Age 6-12 Build endurance, strength, and balance while focusing on rhythm, musicality, and footwork. Gain confidence on the floor while learning new techniques in a supportive and encouraging environment. Ballet

W 1/5-2/2 W 2/9-3/9

5:00-5:45pm 5:00-5:45pm

$54 1142650 $54 1142656

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

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Tumbling

M M Tu Tu F F

FRI

DANCE

ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3, with an adult Develop skills together that promote coordination, balance and agility. Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to sports.

Gymnastics

THU

9:3010:30am

GYMNASTICS

M M M M Tu Tu Tu Tu F F F F

WED


SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER 6820 Southwest 45th Avenue Portland, OR 97219 503-823-2840 Bus Line #1 Vermont ADA Accessibility: Entrances, Parking, Restrooms, Pool, Elder Friendly Facility by Elders in Action

FACILITY FEATURES

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Hours Monday–Friday 5:30am–7:30pm Saturday 7:00am–2:00pm Sunday 8:00am–2:00pm Building Closures and Special Hours January 1 CLOSED January 17 10:00am-6:00pm January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 10:00am-6:00pm

ADMISSION BENEFITS

Indoor six-lane lap pool Indoor zero-depth entry Leisure Pool Water slide and splashdown pool Whirlpool spa Men’s and women’s locker rooms All-user Changing Rooms Fitness Center with strength and cardio equipment Exercise studio with drop-in fitness classes Gymnasium Poolside party/meeting room Multipurpose rooms with attached kitchen

Our drop-in admission fee and pass options provide access to drop-in activities during their scheduled times. Amenities include the fitness center, group exercise, water exercise, whirlpool spa, play swims, and open gym times. Swim lessons, camps, and classes are offered at a set fee—no additional admission fee will be charged when participating in these registered activities.

CLOSURES Occasionally, specific facilities within the center (i.e. spa pool, lap pool, etc.) may be closed or have limited operating hours due to repairs, maintenance, inclement weather, holidays, and/or special events. Such closings will not result in a reduction of pass holders’ rates or drop-in admission fees. When possible, the times and dates of closures will be posted in advance. Find up to date information online at portland.gov/parks/closures or call 503823-2533.

LOCKER ROOMS AND LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use only. All patrons are requested to use the locker room for the gender with which they identify. Youth supervised by an adult of a different gender may accompany that adult in to the locker room of the adult’s gender. All-user changing rooms are also available. Combination and key locks are available for purchase at the front desk. Locks are available to rent for a $0.50 fee and a piece of ID to be held as collateral. Use of lockers is at your own risk; the Center accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen items. Please leave valuables at home.

DISCOUNT OPTIONS With resources from the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy), we can offer new payment options for City of Portland residents that allow you to choose payment levels based on your needs. Ask about Pay What You Can for registered activities and an Access Discount for passes and drop-in activities.

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PASS OPTIONS AND FEES Drop-in Admission

20-Visit Pass Save 15%

• • •

$6.25

Senior (60+) Teen (13-17)

$5.00

Youth (3-12)

$4.50

Adult (18-59)

$106

Senior (60+) Teen (13-17)

$85

Youth (3-12)

$77

Adult (18-59)

$41

Senior (60+) Teen (13-17)

$33

Youth (3-12)

$29

Senior Couple

$49

Family

$66

Children age 0-2 are FREE 20-Visit and Month Passes provide access to Charles Jordan, East Portland, Matt Dishman, Mt. Scott, and Southwest Community Centers. The fees listed reflect pricing for City of Portland residents. Non-residents are charged more to account for City of Portland taxes that support Portland Parks & Recreation.

DAILY DROP-IN

For those visiting the center just for the day to swim or workout. Our daily drop-in fee provides access to dropin activities throughout the entire day. Swim laps in the morning, enjoy an exercise class at noon, and relax in the whirlpool spa in the evening...all for the cost of one daily admission fee! If re-entry on the same date is desired, receipt must be requested at time of original transaction.

20-VISIT PASS

20-Visit Passes are a great option for those who plan to work out only once a week. In addition, 20-Visit Passes are a great option for organizations who would like to bring a larger group of visitors (please call ahead). The passes provide unlimited day-use of at a discounted rate. 20-Visit Passes are valid for 2 years and are transferable between people of the same age group. Pass holders must be present at the time of scan.

MONTH PASS

Looking for ongoing access to drop-in activities? This is the pass for you! One monthly fee provides unlimited visits to scheduled drop-in programs throughout the facility. For your convenience, you can choose to sign up for an Auto Renew Pass, which will allow you to simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card (requires a valid card to remain on file). You may also choose to purchase a single month pass, which will expire 30 days from purchase (no debit or credit card necessary).

ACCESS DISCOUNT

Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. Discount may be applied to all passes, drop-in fees, and personal training packages. No income verification required. Registration for an Access Discount is available through March 31, 2022. Register for free online, inperson, or by calling your local community center or PP&R customer service center at 503-823-2525. Once you have registered for an Access Discount, you can visit your local recreation center to apply your discount to drop-in admission, multiple visit pass, or personal training package!

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SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER

Month Pass

Unlimited visits!

Adult (18-59)


FITNESS FITNESS CENTER | Age 14 & up

Southwest Community Center’s fitness program offers a wide-range of amenities and classes for all levels. Access to the fitness center is included with daily admission. Teens age 14-17 must have guardian release form on file and complete an orientation prior to access. Open for drop-in: Monday-Friday 5:30am-7:30pm, Saturday 7:00am-2:00pm, Sunday 8:00am-2:00pm. AMENITIES • 17 Selectorized weight machines • Free weight area • 9 Stationary bikes • Concept II rowing machine • 8 Elliptical cross-trainers • True Fit Elliptical

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4 Treadmills 4 Stair Climbers VMX Rope Trainer Flat Screen TVs Cardio Theatre

SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES | Age 14 & up

Strengthen your community, body, and mind with a group fitness class! Classes are offered seven days a week for every age, shape, and fitness level. With over 80 classes to choose from, you're sure to find one for you! Access included with daily admission. Formats include, but are not limited to: CARDIO/STRENGTH Boot Camp Core Strength Circuit Training Low Impact Aerobics MIND/BODY Tai Chi Yoga Pilates DANCE FITNESS Zumba™ Hip Hop Belly dance Pick up a schedule the next time you're at the community center or view online at portland.gov/parks/southwest-community-center .

FREE FITNESS ORIENTATIONS

New to exercise or the community center? All PP&R fitness facilities offer FREE 15 minute orientations to welcome you in to the fitness center and help you learn your way around. Visit the front desk to for more information.

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PERSONAL TRAINING* Personal training gives you the opportunity to find real, achievable goals and to meet those goals in a safe and timely manner. Stop by SWCC or call 503-823-2840 to get started! Register for an Access Discount to receive reduced pricing up to 90% based on your total income. The Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) helps our trainers design a workout plan fit to your specific needs. Fill one out to get started on reaching your fitness goals! Individual Personal Training Make an appointment with a personal trainer who will oversee your progress and hold you accountable. Our excellent personal training staff will motivate you to make a fresh start, or reach a new level in your fitness. 2 half - hour session: $50 6 half - hour sessions: $120 12 half - hour sessions: $215 Group Personal Training Set-up a personal training session with a friend! Our personal trainers will work with groups of up to four people. Personal training with friends is a great way to stay motivated, workout with your friends, and save money! 2 people: $35/person per hour 3 people: $25/person per hour 4 people: $20/person per hour *Starting March 2022

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GYMNASTICS PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5

Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to gymnastics.

Gymnastics - Preschool Th Th

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL

$56 1142503 $56 1142504

YOUTH | Age 6-9

Floor, bars, beam and vault will help your child increase their strength and flexibility.

Gymnastics - Level I Beginners Th Th

1/6-2/3 4:30-5:15pm 2/10-3/10 4:30-5:15pm

$68 1142636 $68 1142641

SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER

Sprout Academy at Southwest Community Center

1/6-2/3 3:30-4:15pm 2/10-3/10 3:30-4:15pm

2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

ENRICHMENT ADULT/CHILD | Age 18 months-3

Help your child explore their world, meet new friends, and test their skills and muscles. Through play, children work on creativity and skill development, learn how to work with others, and are introduced to fun new activities.

Messy Art - Art Explorers: Art Adventures Tu Tu

1/4-2/1 2/8-3/8

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

$42 1142537 $42 1142548

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SPORTS PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5

Gain confidence and make new friends and teammates. Refine motor skills through expanded interactive drills and play. Emphasize the basics of sports play in a highenergy, safe environment.

Basketball W W

1/5-2/2 2/9-3/9

Soccer W W

1/5-2/2 2/9-3/9

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Sports Mix M M

1/3-1/31 2/7-3/7

3:30-4:00pm 3:30-4:00pm

$42 1142610 $42 1142612

4:15-4:45pm 4:15-4:45pm

$42 1142619 $42 1142625

3:30-4:00pm 3:30-4:00pm

$34 1142629 $34 1142634

BASKETBALL LEAGUE JANUARY 24–MARCH 11, 2022 Southwest Community Center Grades 1–3 | All genders | $28

1142418 — Practices Monday at 5:00pm 1142419 — Practices Monday at 6:15pm 1142420 — Practices Wednesday at 5:00pm 1142421 — Practices Wednesday at 6:15pm Games held on Fridays at Southwest Community Center.

YOUTH | Age 6-14

Develop basic techniques that help build your skills while enhancing sportsmanship and teamwork. Improve coordination and increase agility while learning the rules and fundamentals of the sport.

Basketball League - Park Stars @ SWCC Grade 1-3 M F M F W F W F

1/24-3/11 1/24-3/11 1/26-3/11 1/26-3/11

5:00pm-7:00pm 6:15pm-7:00pm 5:00pm-7:00pm 6:15pm-7:00pm

Soccer | Age 6-9 M M

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1/3-1/31 2/7-3/7

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

$28 $28 $28 $28

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$44 1142598 $44 1142608


TAE KWON DO First Kicks │ Age 5-7

Tae means ‘foot’, Kwon means ‘hand’, and Do means ‘method’. Practice this Korean martial art that uses kicks, blocks, and strikes. A non-contact, non-competitive, exciting form of self-defense increases physical strength, builds selfesteem, concentration, and discipline. Tu 1/4-1/25 5:30-6:15pm $45 1142422 Tu 2/1-2/22 5:30-6:15pm $45 1142423 Tu 3/1-3/29 5:30-6:15pm $45 1142424

Traditional │ Age 7 & up

SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER

Students increase agility and strength using kicks, punches, and blocks. Develop and boost concentration, coordination, discipline, and esteem while benefiting from aerobic exercise. Emphasizes cooperation, self-control and a noncompetitive, non-violent approach to martial arts. Tu Th 1/4-1/27 6:30-7:30pm $75 1142425 Tu Th 2/1-2/24 6:30-7:30pm $75 1142426 Tu Th 3/1-3/31 6:30-7:30pm $75 1142427

SPRING BREAK CAMP

Monday–Friday, March 21–25 Spring Break Friends | Age 3-5

Play with other kids! Explore themes that embrace the zestful energy of children in art, games, music, stories and dramatic play. Format of free choice, group time, and physical activity is designed to stimulate thinking, enhance self-esteem and build teamwork. 9:00am-12:00pm

$75

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Spring Break Thrills

School’s out! Time to play! Join us for an actionpacked day of exciting activities. Develop social skills and build self-esteem using a variety of amusing games, arts, crafts, and sports. Improve coordination and teamwork interacting in a positive nurturing environment. Grade 1-3 9:00am-5:00pm

$220

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Grade 3-5 9:00am-5:00pm

$220

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SOUTHWEST INDOOR POOL POOL FEATURES • Indoor year-round • 6-lane 25-yard lap swimming pool heated to 83 degrees, water depth 3.5-9 feet. • Leisure pool with slide and interactive play features heated to 88 degrees, water depth 0-5 feet. • Whirlpool spa heated to 102 degrees • Fully accessible: Full dressing room with wheelchair accessible showers; electric pool lift; water wheelchair; pool entry stair with handrails in lap pool; pool entry ramp with handrails in leisure pool.

SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER

FALL SWIM LESSONS MONDAY / WEDNESDAY LESSONS 9:00-11:30AM / 3:45-6:50PM Session A: 1/3-2/2 (9 Lessons) Session B: 2/7-3/9 (9 Lessions) No class 1/17, 2/21 SATURDAY AM LESSONS 8:30AM-12:45PM Session A/B: 1/8-3/12 (10 Lessons)

Non-swimmers and children under 48” $54 $54

$60

All lessons are 30 minutes. Not all levels offered at all times. Scan the QR code or visit portland.gov/parks/register. to view and register for swim lessons.

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Swimmers 48” tall and over can attend Open Play Swim on their own. Non-swimmers and children under 48” must not be left unattended on the pool deck, and must be accompanied at all times in the water by a person 16 years of age or older (or parent or guardian) who shall remain responsible for them and their safety.

Register December 6 for activities that start January 3-February 6 Register January 10 for activities that start February 7-March 13

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PLAY SWIMS MON

TUE

WED

Family Swim 11:30am1:00pm

THU

FRI

Family Swim 11:30am1:00pm

Family Swim 11:30am1:00pm Open Swim 4:00-7:00pm

Leisure pool only

SAT

SUN Family Swim 10:00am12:00pm

Open Swim 11:45am1:30pm

Slide + Rope swing open*

Open Swim 12:00-1:30pm

Slide + Rope swing open*

Family Swim: Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian in the water. Slide only available on Saturday and Sunday. *Times may vary due to staffing levels

MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

SAT

SUN

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 5:30am-7:00pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 7:00am-1:30pm Lanes vary

Lap Swim 8:00am-1:30pm Lanes vary

Aquaerobics 6:00-6:55am

Aquaerobics 6:00-6:55am

Aqua Yoga** 8:00-8:55am

Aqua Yoga** 8:00-8:55am

Aquaerobics 6:00-6:55am

Aquaerobics and AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

Aquaerobics and AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

Aquaerobics and AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

AquaPower 9:00-9:55am

Aquaerobics and AquaPower 10:00-10:55am

Aquaerobics 10:00-10:55am

Aquaerobics and AquaPower 10:00-10:55am

Aquaerobics 10:00-10:55am

Aquaerobics and AquaPower 10:00-10:55am

Aquaerobics 10:00-10:55am

S.M.I.L.E* 11:00-11:55am

S.M.I.L.E* 11:00-11:55am

S.M.I.L.E* 11:00-11:55am

S.M.I.L.E* 11:00-11:55am

S.M.I.L.E* 11:00-11:55am

Aquaerobics 6:05-7:00pm

AquaPower 6:05-7:00pm

1-2 Lanes 6:05-7:00pm No instructor

AquaPower 6:05-7:00pm

We will make every attempt to have 2 lap lanes available for lap swim. Up to 6 lanes will be available at designated times. Call 503-823-2840 for a complete schedule of lap lanes available during operating hours. *Class held in Leisure pool **Aqua Yoga will start Janurary 3 with swim lesson schedule and will be held in the leisure pool

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SOUTHWEST COMMUNITY CENTER

LAP SWIM AND WATER FITNESS


ST. JOHNS COMMUNITY CENTER 8427 N Central Street Portland, OR 97203 503-823-3192

Hours BUILDING CLOSURE Monday-Friday 8:30am-6:00pm TUESDAY, 9/17 Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers Sunday CLOSED and swimming pools will be closed for staff training.

Building Director Evan Lilly

Building Closures and Special Hours January 1 CLOSED January 17 CLOSED January 28 CLOSED for staff training February 21 CLOSED

Bus Line #4 Fessenden, #44 Mocks Crest, #75 Cesar Chavez Blvd/Lombard ADA Accessible Entrances, Parking, Restrooms

DROP-IN ACTIVITIES MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Indoor Park

8:30-10:00am

12:30-2:00pm

8:30-10:00am

Youth Open Gym

3:30-5:00pm

3:30-5:00pm

3:30-5:00pm

Age 1-5 | $1 per child

Age 20 & under | Free

SPRING BREAK CAMP Monday-Friday, March 21-25

Spring Break Friends | Age 3-5

Play with other kids! Explore themes that embrace the zestful energy of children in art, games, music, stories and dramatic play. Format of free choice, group time, and physical activity is designed to stimulate thinking, enhance self-esteem and build teamwork.

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

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9:00am-12:00pm

$95

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Spring Break Thrills | Grades K-5

School’s out! Time to play! Join us for an action-packed day of exciting activities. Develop social skills and build self-esteem using a variety of amusing games, arts, crafts, and sports. Improve coordination and teamwork interacting in a positive nurturing environment. Grades K-2 9:00am-5:00pm Grades 3-5 9:00am-5:00pm

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$220

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$220

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DANCE ADULT/CHILD | Age 2-4 with an adult Turn and swirl together creating a foundation for selfexpression. Discover ways to increase coordination, rhythm, flexibility and body awareness. Emphasis on imagination, creativity, and listening skills. Dance and Me Sa Sa

1/8-2/5 9:30-10:00am $41 1142428 2/12-3/12 9:30-10:00am $41 1142431

Pre-Ballet Sa Sa

1/8-2/5 10:15-10:45am $42 1142434 2/12-3/12 10:15-10:45am $42 1142436

ENRICHMENT PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Preschool enrichment classes promote social, physical, emotional, and cognitive development for growing minds and bodies. Art Party: Winter Crafts Th 1/6-2/3

YOUTH | Age 6-12 Build endurance, strength, and balance while focusing on rhythm, musicality, and footwork. Gain confidence on the floor while learning new techniques in a supportive and encouraging environment. Ballet - Basics Sa Sa

1/8-2/5 11:00-11:45am $54 1142445 2/12-3/12 11:00-11:45am $54 1142446

Messy Art

11:30am-12:00pm $42 1142571

Th 2/10-3/10 11:30am-12:00pm $42 1142565

GYMNASTICS PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Active games, creative drills, and an emphasis on the joy of physical activity provide a playful introduction to gymnastics. Tumbling Tu W

1/4-2/1 2/9-3/9

11:30am-12:00pm $55 1142582 11:30am-12:00pm $55 1142583

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PRESCHOOL | Age 3-5 Experience the joys of movement and music as they combine into exciting activities especially for young imaginations. Physical activities aid in developing flexibility, strength, rhythm and balance to sustain and inspire them as they grow.


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FITNESS

SPORTS

Tai Chi Today | Age 60 & up

Table Tennis | Age 18 & up

Beginner M 1/3-1/31 M 2/7-2/28 M 3/7-3/14 Th 1/6-1/27 Th 2/3-2/24 Th 3/3-3/17 Intermediate Tu 1/11-1/25 Tu 2/1-2/22 Tu 3/1-3/15 F 1/7-1/21 F 2/4-2/25 F 3/4-3/18 Advanced W 1/5-1/26 W 2/2-2/23 W 3/2-3/16

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

$20 $15 $10 $20 $20 $15

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

$20 $20 $15 $15 $20 $15

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

$20 $20 $15

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$42 $42

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Yoga For Everyone | Age 14 & up Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

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

Yoga - Fit | Age 60 & up Sa 1/8-2/5 Sa 2/12-3/12

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

M M W W F F

1/3-1/31 2/7-3/7 1/5-2/2 2/9-3/9 1/7-2/4 2/11-3/11

11:30am-1:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm

$51 $51 $63 $63 $51 $63

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BASKETBALL LEAGUE JANUARY 25–MARCH 11, 2022 St. Johns Community Center All genders | $28

Grades 1-2 1142817 — Practices Tuesday at 5:00pm Games Friday at 4:30pm* Grades 3-4 1142818 — Practices Thursday at 5:00pm Games Friday at 6:00pm* Register December 6 for activities January 3–February 6 Register January 10 for activities February 7–March 27

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North Portland league games held on Friday at Charles Jordan Community Center.

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SUN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS SUN (Schools Uniting Neighborhoods) Community Schools are an after-school program in collaboration with Multnomah County, Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R), and Centennial, Reynolds, Parkrose, David Douglas, Gresham–Barlow, and Portland Public School Districts. Eleven SUN sites are operated by PP&R. At SUN Community Schools the school community works with partners in the broader community to educate and support kids creating a collective impact. After-school programs, camps, evening enrichment classes for youth through adults, including fitness, sports, arts, and more. Contact your local SUN School coordinator to learn more.

PP&R SUN SCHOOLS

Alice Ott SUN Community School 12500 SE Ramona, 97236 Alex Rivera | 503-823-2279 Arleta SUN Community School 5109 SE 66th, 97206 Raina Bilbrew | 503-916-6332 Beaumont SUN Community School 4043 NE Fremont, 97212 Malcolm Parker | 503-916-5615 Centennial SUN Community School 17650 SE Brooklyn, 97236 Karon Lewis | 503-762-3463

Faubion SUN Community School 2930 NE Dekum, 97211 Gail Hardy | 503-916-5694 Grout SUN Community School 3119 SE Holgate, 97202 Chelsea Kimura | 503-916-6421 Lane SUN Community School 7200 SE 60th, 97206 Travis Wells | 503-916-2910 Mt Tabor SUN Community School 5800 SE Ash, 97215 Jeff Persell | 503-916-2915 Parkrose SUN Community School 12003 NE Shaver, 97220 Travis Richardson | 503-408-2640 Roseway Heights SUN Community School 7334 NE Siskiyou, 97213 Lindsay Ruoff | 503-916-5865 Sitton SUN Community School 9930 N Smith, 97203 Luis Rodrigues-Bribiesca | 503-916-5654

SUN Community Schools offer evening classes for children, teens, and adults. For more information, call your nearest SUN Community School.

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WOODSTOCK COMMUNITY CENTER 5905 SE 43rd Avenue Portland, OR 97206 503-823-3633

Bus Line BUILDING CLOSURE #19, #75 9th Avenue—Lombard

Building Director Adam McGowan

and swimming pools will be closed for staff training.

TUESDAY, 9/17

All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers Not ADA Accessible

REGISTER FOR ACTIVITIES! PP&R offers a variety of activities available with registration. Activities may include art, music, sports, and swimming classes for all ages, as well as programs specially designed for adults ages 60 and older (Lifelong Recreation) and people living with disabilities (Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation). •

December 6 — Registration begins at 12:30pm for activities that start January 3-February 6

January 10 — Registration begins at 12:30pm for activities that start February 7-March 13

You can find a complete listing of all available activities online. Visit portland.gov/parks/register or scan the QR code to be taken directly to our registration page where you can filter by date (When), location (Where), age (Who), or activity category (Activities).

PORTLAND PARKS PRESCHOOL 2022-2023 school year registration will begin February 2022. Information will be finalized and shared on our website in January 2022. Learn more at portland.gov/parks/preschool

If you need assistance registering, or setting up your online account, you can visit or call any PP&R center, or call the customer service center at 503-823-2525.

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LADYBUG NATURE WALKS

• age 6 & under with an adult

Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who assists in guiding them along as they explore. Ladybug Nature Walks are a way for children ages 6 and under (and an adult) to explore a local Portland park. Nature educators guide families to notice plants and animals. Walks are child-directed and open-ended. Nature educators walk with the children in small groups. Children learn through questions, observation, and play. Groups move slowly through the park, stopping often. In this way, children have time to notice the plants and animals around them. If we have extra time we might also read a story, sing a song, or use puppets for imaginative play. Walks last one hour. Content is geared for children ages 15 months–6 years. (Younger siblings under 15 months are welcome. Please give us their names and ages when prompted during registration.) While exploring with a nature educator, children borrow a small ladybug backpack containing a few tools that are easy to clean: • • • • • • •

Magnifying lens Small plastic tub with a lid Metal spoon Laminated color wheel for matching Plastic bug box Plastic paintbrush Small toy insect for imaginative play

Contact us for more information! Email: enviroed@portlandoregon.gov Phone: 503-823-1149 Upcoming walks and registration links can be found at: portland.gov/parks/environmental-education/ ladybug-nature-walks (or by scanning the QR code) Date

Day

Neighborhood

Location

Meeting Spot

Activity Number

2/2

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North

Kelley Point Park

Meet at the blacktop trail leading into the park from the farthest parking lot. Follow N Kelley Point Park Road to the end.

1143049

2/10

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Southeast

Johnson Creek Park

Meet at the park entrance near SE Clatsop Street and 21st Avenue.

1143052

2/16

W

Southwest

Hoyt Arboretum

Meet at Stevens Pavilion, across from the Visitor’s Center (4000 SW Fairview Blvd).

1143054

2/24

TH

Northeast

Alberta Park

Meet at the park entrance at the southeast corner of the park, near NE Killingsworth Street and 22nd Avenue.

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3/2

W

Outer East

Leach Botanical Garden

Meet at the garden entrance, just off SE 122nd Avenue and Claybourne Street.

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3/10

TH

North

Columbia Park

Meet near the tennis courts at the park entrance near N Winchell Street and Foss Avenue.

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3/16

W

Southeast

Oaks Bottom Wildlife Meet at the north parking lot, near SE Milwaukie Avenue Refuge and Mitchell Street.

3/23

W

Northeast

Fernhill Park

Meet near the tennis courts along NE 37th Avenue (just one block north of Ainsworth Street).

3/24

TH

Southwest

Gabriel Park— Pollinator Meadow

Meet near the community garden at the south end of the 1143077 park (4115 SW Canby Street).

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LIFELONG RECREATION 1120 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 858 Portland, OR 97204 503-823-4328 Hours Monday–Friday 9:00am–5:00pm

BUILDING CLOSURE

Recreation Coordinator II TUESDAY, 9/17 All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers Shelby Coshow and swimming pools will be closed for staff training. Recreation Coordinator I Molly Donaldson Recreation Leader Chad Carver

Lifelong Recreation (formerly Senior Recreation) is dedicated to ensuring access to recreational, educational, and wellness opportunities for adults age 60 and older throughout Portland and the surrounding areas.

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PROGRAM LOCATIONS For bus lines, schedules, and route information, call TriMet at 503-238-7433 (RIDE) Meals on Wheels sites (formerly Loaves and Fishes) For additional meal sites, call 503-736-6325

Charles Jordan Community Center 503-823-3631 9009 N Foss Avenue, 97203

Peninsula Park Community Center 503-823-3620 700 N Rosa Parks Way, 97217

Community Music Center 503-823-3177 3350 SE Francis Street, 97202 East Portland Community Center 503-823-3450 740 SE 106th Avenue, 97216

First Congregational Church 503-228-7219 1126 SW Park Avenue, 97205

Mt. Scott Community Center 503-823-3183 5530 SE 72nd Avenue, 97206 Multnomah Arts Center 503-823-2787 7688 SW Capitol Hwy, 97219

Colwood Golf Center 503-254-5515 7313 NE Columbia Blvd, 97218

Elm Court Center 503-953-8204 1032 SW Main Street, 97205

Montavilla Community Center 503-823-4101 8219 NE Glisan, 97220

Southwest Community Center 503-823-2840 6820 SW 45th Avenue, 97219 St. Johns Community Center 503-823-3192 8427 N Central, 97203 Woodstock Community Center 503-823-3633 5905 SE 43rd Avenue, 97206

Glenhaven Parking Lot NE 82nd and Siskiyou, 97220 Hollywood Senior Center 503-288-8303 1820 NE 40th Avenue, 97212 IRCO Center 503-234-1541 10301 NE Glisan, 97220 Lifelong Recreation | 503-823-4328

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LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Cherry Blossom Center 503-256-2381 740 SE 106th Avenue, 97216

Matt Dishman Community Center 503-823-3673 77 NE Knott Street, 97212


CONTINUING EDUCATION | VIRTUAL

LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's

Join the Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon and SW Washington for this virtual program to learn about the common warning signs of dementia. Alzheimer’s and other dementias cause changes in memory, thinking, and behavior that interfere with daily life. This education program will help you recognize common signs of the disease in yourself and others and next steps to take, including how to talk to your doctor. Zoom Tu 1/11 12:00-1:00pm FREE 1142785

Understanding Alzheimer's and Dementia

Join the Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon and SW Washington for this virtual program where we’ll dispel the myth that Alzheimer’s is normal aging. Attend to learn more about the disease that causes problems with memory, thinking, and behavior. Zoom Tu 2/8 12:00-1:00pm FREE 1142786

Wolves of the Northwest

After an almost 70-year absence, wolves have returned to Washington and Oregon. Where are they and how are they surviving? How are they affecting the people who live here? Learn all this and more during this Pacific Northwest focused program. A program presented by Wolf Haven International’s Education and Outreach department. Wolf Haven is a nonprofit sanctuary for captive-born wolves located in Tenino, WA, with a satellite sanctuary in Bridger, MT. Zoom Th 2/17 2:00-3:30pm FREE 1142783 108

Take the Right Steps to Prevent Injuries

Learn how to prevent injuries and receive free safety equipment with Trauma Nurses Talk Tough. This one-hour class will build confidence and empower you to manage your health and prevent injuries. We will focus on risk factors that contribute to falls, including medication side effects, poor vision, poor balance, difficulty walking, and home hazards. Zoom Tu 2/22 1:00-2:00pm FREE 1142782

Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body

Join the Alzheimer’s Association of Oregon and SW Washington for this virtual program to learn what science reveals about how to optimize our physical and cognitive health as we age. Learn about research in the areas of diet and nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity, and social engagement, and how to incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging. Zoom Tu 3/8 12:00-1:00pm FREE 1142787

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CREATIVE ARTS Drawing - Beginning

Painting - Beginning Acrylics

Painting can be relaxing very inspiring. Gain knowledge of paint colors and uses, brushes, layering, building transparencies, creating depth and distance, composition, value and perspective and more. Step-by-step instruction assists in producing incredible works of art! Discover your own unique style and be thrilled about what you can create! Materials will not be included for this class. Participants will need to supply their own materials. Matt Dishman Community Center Instructor: Carl Annala Tu 1/4-3/8 10:00am-12:00pm $114 1142001 Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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Discover your hidden talents through the basics using charcoal pencils. Find out how fun and easy it is as it builds the selfconfidence of beginning students! Simpleto-understand instruction taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Materials will not be supplied for this class. Participants will need to supply their own materials. Matt Dishman Community Center Instructor: Carl Annala Tu 1/4-3/8 12:30-2:30pm $114 1142002


EXCURSIONS | Meet us there

LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Chocolate Factory Tour and Bar Making

Meet us there! Attend a private factory tour of award-winning Creo Chocolate. Learn where chocolate is sourced and how it is roasted, ground, winnowed, tempered and molded into bars. This event is interactive! You will make your own personalized chocolate bar to take home. Fee includes tour, tastings, and bar-making workshop. Mobility Rating: This activity is accessible to mobility devices such as walkers, wheelchairs and scooters. Be prepared for standing during the tour, but not much walking. Creo Chocolate, 122 NE Broadway W 2/9 10:00-11:30am $25 1142498

Billiards Factory Tour

Meet us there! Tour through the largest manufacturer of custom billiard and pool tables in North America with the owner-operators of Golden West. We’ll meet in the impressive showroom that features over 50 pool tables as well as hand crafted shuffleboard tables, then we’ll go behind the scenes at the factory to watch the craftsmanship of tables being manufactured. The process involves working from rough cut lumber through construction, wood-turning, hand sanding and finishing. Mobility Rating: this trip is not accessible to mobility devices including walkers, wheelchairs or scooters. Golden West Billiards, 5505 SE Johnson Crk Th 2/17 11:00am-12:00pm $5 1142499 110

Architectural Heritage Center

Meet us there! The Architectural Heritage Center works to preserve the architectural heritage of this region by salvaging historic fixtures, hardware, stained glass windows, cast iron elements, and many other historic, architectural pieces. These pieces are used in education and training. The building itself reflects the value of preservation and features beautifully restored elements such as the façade, wood flooring, and the unique “flipped” bricks that make up the building’s exterior. Each of the bricks was removed, turned and reset so that the unpainted interior side now shows on the exterior. Two exhibition galleries as well as a library, collections, classrooms and offices are housed here. We will tour the galleries with AHC staff and explore the new “Black Exterior, Black Interiors” exhibit of built environments that are significant to Portland’s African American community. This exhibit has been featured in the NY Times and has become a part of the National Register of Historic Places. Mobility Rating: this trip is accessible to mobility devices including walkers, wheelchairs and scooters. Architectural Heritage Center, 701 SE Grand Avenue F 2/25 11:00am-12:00pm $5 1142500

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Hoyt Arboretum

Hoyt Arboretum

Meet us there! Every tree has a story to tell. A place of beauty and serenity in all seasons, Hoyt Arboretum is a living laboratory where we can enjoy trees and plants that are both familiar and unexpected. This park was established in 1928 in an effort to conserve tree and shrub species and become a space to educate arborists and the public. It now holds thousands of species from 6 continents. Join guides on an informative journey through the tree and plant collections. This being late winter, our focus will be on conifers. Mobility Rating: This tour date is not accessible to mobility devices including walkers, wheelchairs or scooters. We’ll be walking on the uneven Bristlecone Pine Trail. For an accessible version of this trip, please see March 24. Hoyt Arboretum in Washington Park, 4000 SW Fairview W 3/16 10:00-11:30am $5 1142501

Image from past Hoyt Arboretum excursion.

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Image from past Creo Chocolate excursion.

Meet us there! Every tree has a story to tell. A place of beauty and serenity in all seasons, Hoyt Arboretum is a living laboratory where we can enjoy trees and plants that are both familiar and unexpected. This park was established in 1928 in an effort to conserve tree and shrub species and become a space to educate arborists and the public. It now holds thousands of species from 6 continents. Join guides on an informative journey through the tree and plant collections. This being late winter, our focus will be on conifers. Mobility Rating: This tour date is accessible to mobility devices including walkers, wheelchairs or scooters. We will use a combination of paved and hard-packed paths. Hoyt Arboretum in Washington Park, 4000 SW Fairview Th 3/24 10:00-11:30am $5 1142502


GROUP FITNESS CLASSES

LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Tai Chi Today

More than 600 years ago this martial art evolved in China as healers searched for a source of physical immortality. Incorporate slow, gentle movements that increase flexibility, balance and lung capacity. Promote stress relief, body awareness, suppleness in your spine and increased stamina. Instructor: Terry Louie St Johns Community Center, 8427 N Central Street Beginner | 10:00-11:00am M 1/3-1/31 $20 1142507 M 2/7-2/28 $15 1142508 M 3/7-3/28 $15 1142513 Th 1/6-1/27 $20 1142515 Th 2/3-2/24 $20 1142516 Th 3/3-3/31 $20 1142517 Intermediate | 10:00-11:00am Tu 1/11-1/25 $20 1142520 Tu 2/1-2/22 $20 1142521 Tu 3/1-3/29 $20 1142523 F 1/7-1/21 $15 1142524 F 2/4-2/25 $20 1142525 F 3/4-3/18 $15 1142526 Advanced | 10:00-11:00am W 1/5-1/26 $20 1142527 W 2/2-2/23 $20 1142528 W 3/2-3/30 $20 1142529

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Yoga - Fit

Originating in India, this centuries old practice of exercise revitalizes both mind and body. Improve focus, release stress and tension while increasing strength and flexibility. An excellent way to learn to gauge and meet the ever changing demands of daily life. Instructor: Star Studonivic Montavilla Community Center, 8219 NE Glisan Street Tu 1/4-2/1 11:15am-12:15pm $21 1142256 Tu 2/8-3/8 11:15am-12:15pm $21 1142257 St Johns Community Center, 8427 N Central Street Sa 1/8-2/5 10:15-11:15am $42 1142550 Sa 2/12-3/12 10:15-11:15am $42 1142552

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VIRTUAL FITNESS CLASSES Virtual classes will be using Zoom, a third-party application. Please be aware that you will need to agree to the terms of use for the third party application to participate in this class. There will be no additional fee associated with use of this application. Instructions and troubleshooting for this class and the third-party application will be emailed to you upon completion of registration and will be received no later than 24 hours before the first class.

Gentle Yoga I

Originating in India, this centuries old practice of exercise revitalizes both mind and body. Improve focus, release stress and tension while increasing strength, flexibility, balance, energy and overall well-being. These live online Gentle classes for older adults both feature slow flowing, mindful movement, linked to the breath. Choose the one that better suits your needs and experience. Zoom Instructor: Karen Mertens

Gentle Yoga II

This class is better for those who have had a regular yoga practice for more than a year. It features flowing movement, more challenging pose options, and a little less instruction regarding pose adjustments assuming participants have the experience to make some adjustments to suit their own needs. Tu 1/4-3/8 10:00-10:45am $15 1142776

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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Gentle Yoga - Virtual

This class is better for those who are new to the practice of yoga within the last year, returning to the practice after a lengthy break, or who look for pose options for limited mobility or injury recovery. It features a slower pace, more detailed instruction about basic poses and more options to adjust poses for individual needs. Tu 1/4-3/8 9:00-9:45am $15 1142775


VIRTUAL FITNESS CLASSES Low Impact Cardio - Virtual

This comprehensive fitness program is designed to improve physical and mental health. You will soon be on the way to improving coordination, cardiovascular endurance, strength, flexibility and balance! Zoom Instructor: Thais Reis F 1/14-3/11 11:45am-12:30pm $15 1142780

LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Qigong - Virtual

The ancient Chinese form of Qigong is gaining popularity as a tool to improve mental concentration and balance the mind and emotions. Come explore techniques which pair breath and movement. Learn the basic theory of Qigong and discover why and how it works. Tap into your creative energy, balance your life, and learn to calm the mind. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a pillow to sit on. Zoom Instructor: Sarah Owens M 2/7-3/7 9:00-9:45am $7.50 1142778 Th 2/10-3/10 9:00-9:45am $7.50 1142779

Stretching in Chairs - Virtual

This live online class for older adults features stretches and movements linked to the breath, inspired by yoga, and done some while seated, and some while standing (optional) with hands on the chair. This class is accessible to most fitness and ability levels and can build mobility, balance, strength and flexibility. Zoom Instructor: Karen Mertens Th 1/6-3/10 1:00-1:45pm $15 1142777

Zumba Gold - Virtual

Enjoy modified moves and pacing with the same elements Zumba is known for: zesty Latin music, like salsa, merengue, cumbia, and reggaetón. Exhilarating easy-to-follow moves with an invigorating atmosphere. It's a dance-fitness class that feels friendly and fun. Zoom Instructor: Lydia Hernandez Tu 1/4-3/8 8:00-8:45am $15 1142773 Th 1/6-3/10 8:00-8:45am $15 1142774

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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DOWNTOWN FITNESS CLASSES FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Attend all your First Congregational Church favorites with one easy pass. Pass options $23/ month - credit card auto-pay required 20-visit punch card $40 10-visit punch card $28

Ask your insurance provider if they offer one of the following programs which cover the cost of a fitness pass! SILVER & FIT SILVER SNEAKERS

Yoga Fit April

Qigong Terry Terry

M

1:15 -2:15pm

Tu Th

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

Qigong

Qi means breath in Chinese and gong means applied to a discipline. Qigong is then translated to mean ‘breath work’ or the art of managing breathing to achieve and maintain good health. Easy movements, seated or standing, enhance energy, mobilization, improve joint flexibility and stamina. Regular practice can reduce stress, establish balance and generate a sense of peace.

Yoga - Fit

Originating in India, this centuries old practice of exercise revitalizes both mind and body. Improve focus, release stress and tension while increasing strength and flexibility. An excellent way to learn to gauge and meet the ever changing demands of daily life

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LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Call Lifelong Recreation at 503-823-4328 to purchase a pass. Financial assistance available.

1126 SW Park Avenue


MUSIC AND DANCE

LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Piano Beginning

Comfortable small class setting in state of the art piano lab explores the elements of rhythm, melody and harmony. Learn to read music and play popular songs on full size digital pianos. Students need to have access to a piano or keyboard to practice at home. Please bring $17 for lesson book to purchase at the site before the first class. Community Music Center Instructor: Meg Currell Tu 1/4-3/8 12:00-12:50pm $90 1142592 W 1/5-3/9 12:00-12:50pm $90 1142591 W 1/5-3/9 1:00-1:50pm $90 1142601

Pop, Rock, Golden Oldies Piano

Develop your skills on Rock, Jazz and Pop, with some composing and improvising, too! Community Music Center Instructor: Ellen Godula Th 1/6-3/10 2:30-3:20pm $140 1142468

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Beginning Group Piano - Virtual

To master eighty-eight keys, start with the basics. Focus on sitting and handtechnique, note names, beginning rhythms, dynamics and more. Required text: Alfred's Basic Adult All In One - Level 1. Other requirements: Students should be prepared to have their Zoom camera positioned to show their hands, preferably from the side. Using two devices so the instructor can also see the student’s face is ideal, but not required. Zoom Instructor: Meg Currell Th 1/6-3/10 3:15-4:15pm $15 1142768

Tap Dance for Seniors

Participate in this exciting and lively American dance art experience. Help develop a sense of rhythm and body coordination, improve balance, and increase strength and flexibility while exploring steps and movement! From practicing proper warm-up techniques to exploring basic choreography, each class will instill confidence and encourage creativity. For those with some tap experience that want tot take it to the next step. Have fun! Complexity of steps and choreography increases with each level. Multnomah Arts Center Instructor: Sue Ceswick Beginner Tu 1/4-3/8 10:00-11:00am $120 1141510 Advanced Beginner Tu 1/4-3/8 11:15am-12:15pm $120 1141507

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324 NE 12th Avenue, Portland, OR 97232 | 503-823-3189

SENIOR TENNIS PASS

Free court time, mixers, and ball machine drills. 20% off all classes and other activities. Senior (60 & up) $57 Resident/month $67 Non-Resident/month Senior Couple (both 60 & up) $86 Resident/month $96 Non-Resident/month

BALL MACHINE DRILLS

Free with Tennis Pass. $12 for nonpass holders. Sign up online at portlandtennisbookings.com.

SENIOR MIXERS

Free with Tennis Pass. $12 for non-pass holders. Balls provided. Avoid a charge by canceling at least 24 hours prior to start of mixer. 2.0-2.5 Ratings Tuesday and Thursday 9:15am-11:15am 3.0-3.5 Ratings Monday and Wednesday 9:15-11:15am Friday 8:00-10:00am

Monday and Wednesday 6:15-7:15pm and 7:15-8:15pm, Pro with 4 or more sign-ups Sunday 10:30-11:30am

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PORTLAND TENNIS CENTER


METRO MOVERS Hike Level 1 $2 per hike • 10:00am-12:00pm, unless otherwise noted. Detailed information on the meeting location and directions will be included on your receipt. Internet users can view their receipt online. Icon identifies hikes that are accessible on public transit.

LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

MONDAYS Leaders: Ben Harrison, Jean Harrison, Linda Tinkham, Charles Westergren 1/24 Orenco Woods Nature Park – Hillsboro, OR Easy 1142586 Trails are paved, wood chip, and gravel. Restroom available at parking lot. 1/31 Whipple Creek Park – Ridgefield, WA Moderate 1142587 Forest trails mostly gravel covered, some muddy spots possible. This park's exceptionally pristine and tranquil forest environment is home to many types of wildlife, including woodpeckers, hawks, deer, flying squirrels, herons, and beavers. Restrooms at parking lot. 2/7 Gresham Butte – Gresham, OR Difficult 1142589 Take in sweeping views of Gresham while exploring the Boring Lava Field. Forested, hilly gravel trail. No Restrooms at trailhead. Hike for Health Qualifier. 2/14 Fanno Creek – Tigard, OR Easy 1142595 This is an easy walk on paved trail that meanders through the Garden Home-Whitford and Raleigh Hills communities. There are short city street areas where the trail is not completed. Restrooms available at meeting location. 2/28 Lacamas Park – Camas, WA Moderate 1142596 This hike contains a 6-mile network of scenic hiking trails. Many areas exist that are excellent for birdwatching, and a multitude of photographic opportunities abound. Restrooms available in park. 3/7 Alameda Ridge – Portland, OR Difficult 1142597 Alameda Ridge was formed between 15,000 and 13,000 years ago at the end of the last ice age when an ice dam collapsed causing the Missoula Floods, some of the largest floods known on earth. This is a hilly walk on city sidewalks with some elevation gain. No restrooms at meeting location, however, restrooms are available at Hollywood section of hike. Hike for Health Qualifier. 118

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3/14 Sandy River Delta – Troutdale, OR Easy 1142599 This trail includes a 1.1 mile accessible on-leash compact gravel trail to the Sandy River Confluence bird blind site. Restrooms at parking lot. This is a fee area, those with Federal Senior Recreation Pass get in free. 3/21 Audubon Loop Trails – Portland, OR Moderate 1142600 Walk is on forest floor with some steep inclines. Restrooms at Audubon House. 3/28 Grotto to Rocky Butte – Portland, OR Difficult 1142604 Rocky Butte is one of almost 100 cinder cones, shield volcanoes, and lava vents that make up the Boring Lava Field in the greater Portland area. Walk is on trails. Restrooms available at Grotto gift shop. Hike for Health Qualifier. LIFELONG RECREATION (AGE 60 & UP)

Register December 6 for January 3–February 6 activities Register January 10 for February 7–March 27 activities

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METRO MOVERS FRIDAYS Leaders: Alan Scott, Joan Sunquest

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1/28 Cook Park – Tigard, OR Easy 1142613 Explore Cook Park, including an almost two mile walk along Tualatin River. Trail is both forest floor and paved path. Restrooms available. 2/4 Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge – Ridgefield, WA Moderate 1142615 This is a 2-part hike. First, a 2+ mile loop through the Oak and Wetland trails past the authentic replica of a Native American cedar plank house. Then, drive a mile back to town of Ridgefield and hike to good viewing spots above Carty Lake where we may see wintering waterfowl. There are usually many kinds of ducks, geese, swans, herons, egrets, and cormorants. Binoculars encouraged. There is a $3 entry fee. Porta potty may or may not be available. 2/11 Hillsdale/Healy Heights – Portland, OR Difficult 1142617 Explore Southwest Portland neighborhoods. Walk on city streets and sidewalks. No restrooms available. Hike for Health Qualifier. 2/18 Fort Vancouver to Waterfront Park – Vancouver, WA Easy 1142620 Starting at the lovely park like setting of Officers’ Row we will walk past Vancouver’s shops and restaurants, through Esther Short Park, and continue to the urban renaissance of the downtown waterfront. Restrooms available at the halfway point. 2/25 Powell Butte – Portland, OR Moderate 1142621 There are many trails and different types of terrains from deep woods to open vista meadows. For this winter hike we will be mostly up in the meadows on gravel paths. If the day is clear there is a spot from which you will see Mt. St. Helens, Hood, Adams, Jefferson. Restrooms available at Visitors Center. 3/4 Trolley Trail – Milwaukie, OR Easy 1142624 Walk southbound on the Trolley Trail to Gladstone. Trail is paved. There is a brief stretch walking on sidewalks and will cross SE McLoughlin. Restrooms available. 3/11 Burnt Bridge Trail – Vancouver, WA Easy 1142626 This section of Discovery Trail is hard surfaced, shared use trail. The trail passes through a variety of landscapes, including open grasslands and heavily wooded areas. No restrooms available.

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3/18 Mt. Tabor – Portland, OR Difficult 1142630 Panoramic views of the city & Cascade Range, forested corridors, local rivers, native plants & birds all combine for surprising rewards. Paths are gravel and forest floor. The climb to the summit involves a 370-foot elevation gain. Restrooms available. Hike for Health Qualifier. 3/25 Garden Home – Portland, OR Easy 1142631 Walk on paved path at the far end of the Fanno Creek Trail. Follow old Oregon Electric RR right of way past Portland Golf Club to Hwy 217. Restrooms available.

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4/1 Hoyt Arboretum/Pittock Mansion – Portland, OR Moderate 1142632 The 232-acre Arboretum is located in the west hills of Portland. Walk is on forest floor with some inclines. Trail leads up to historic Pittock Mansion and gardens with views of city and mountains. Restrooms available. Washington Park hourly parking rates apply.


STANDARD HIKING SUPPLIES

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Standard supplies for Metro Movers, Hike for Health, and Advanced Hike for Health • Appropriate footwear: either hiking boots or equivalent with lugged soles for trails, sturdy shoes for walks • Clothing layers which wick well and allow you to maintain a comfortable temperature in hot and cold conditions, preventing condensation from sweat: • a lightweight, breathable base layer • a middle warmth layer • a rain jacket as third or outer layer (also serves as windbreaker) and optional rain pants • Hat: wide-brimmed in summer, warm in winter • Gloves: under cold weather conditions, including high altitude in spring/fall • Water: enough for the hike length, adjusting for temperature, elevation gain and sun exposure. Recommend a base amount of 8oz per mile plus a spare pint for emergencies • Whistle on person (e.g. on lanyard around neck) • Sunglasses (optional, but recommended for some hikes) • Hiking poles (optional, but recommended for some hikes) • Optional energy snack Additional standard supplies for Hike for Health and Advanced Hike for Health • Traction footwear: either hiking boots or equivalent with lugged soles • Knapsack or other means to carry hiking gear (chest and hip straps highly recommended) • Hiking socks: either lined wool, liner sock plus outer sock, or other system that insulates and breathes and prevents hot spots and blisters • Food for snacks on the trail and lunch, with extra for emergencies • Personal First Aid Kit (see Hikers First Aid Kit list for more details) • Flashlight: small, lightweight, LED recommended • Emergency blanket/shelter • Spare eyeglasses (optional, but recommended) • Many additional safety items (e.g. map, compass, communication devices, Wilderness First Aid Kit) are carried by the hike leaders, so it is important that all hikers stay with the group. The hike leaders will be introduced at the trail heads. See the online hike descriptions for more information about specific conditions or equipment recommendations for each hike.

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EXPLORE with Portland Parks & Recreation this winter!

Visit Leach Botanical Garden

Use the Barbara Walker Crossing in Forest Park

Appreciate the Native Gathering Garden

Located within Cully Park— North of Northeast 72nd Avenue and Killingsworth Street | Portland Brought to life through community vision, this space provides opportunities for gatherings, cultural celebrations, and Indigenous land practices.

The 30-mile Wildwood Trail crosses over Burnside Road with this award-winning footbridge. Find the bridge in the section of trail between the Hoyt Arboretum and Pittock Mansion.

Attend a Continuing Education Presentation

Go on a Metro Mover hike

Explore the Columbia Park Nature Patch

Listings on page 118–121 range from easy to difficult and many are accessible on public transportation.

WALKING AND HIKING

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Listings on page 108 offer the chance to learn about brain health, wolves in the northwest, and preventing injuries.

Located on the south side of Columbia Park at North Lombard and North Russet Streets Nature Patches bring natural elements into our neighborhood parks for people and wildlife to enjoy. This location features log benches, walking paths, and pollinator-pleasing plants.

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SPORTS OFFICE

DELTA PARK | 10850 N DENVER AVENUE

SPRING VOLLEYBALL

Grades 4-12

Join us, Sundays, for the 2022 season! • May 15 Fernhill Park • June 12 Lents Park • July 10 Columbia Park • August 14 Pier Park • September 11 Gabriel Park

SPORTS

Adults: $5 | Youth: FREE (17 and under) T-shirts: $10 (not included in run fee) RUN OF SHOW • 8:45am: Sprinters 5K • 9:20am: Kids Fun Run 1K/2K • 9:40am: All Runners 5K HOW TO REGISTER Registration opens March 15, 2022 • By phone — call the Sports Office, any PP&R community center, or the customer service center at 503-823-2525 • Online — visit portland.gov/parks/register • Day-of, by paying with cash. T-shirts available for purchase (not included in run fee). Extra T-shirts will be sold on the day of the run as supply allows. PP&R SPORTS COORDINATORS Blaine Rethmeier 503-823-5126 blaine.rethmeier@portlandoregon.gov Jennifer Rounseville 503-823-5124 jennifer.rounseville@portlandoregon.gov 124

Established teams and individual players are invited to register for PP&R’s youth volleyball program, which provides players an opportunity to learn and practice fundamentals, develop teamwork, and participate in match play in a recreational environment. Players in fourth grade through high school are eligible to participate and all skill levels are welcome. Registration open March–April, 2022 Spring 2022 season begins in April and continues through May with practice and game play. portland.gov/parks/sports/volleyball

ALL COMER TRACK MEETS

Grades 8 & under

Join us for another fantastic season of spring track in Portland! PP&R and Foot Traffic partner to offer low-cost, fun-filled meets to all area youth, 8th grade and under. These are for both individuals and for teams, so all youth are welcome! All meets are held at Grant High School Track Thursdays from 6:00-7:45pm | $4 per meet • April 16 All-ages track meet • April 23 All-ages track meet • April 30 All-ages track meet • May 7 All-ages track meet foottraffic.us/springtrack

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PTC SPORTS

WELCOME TO THE PORTLAND TENNIS CENTER! 324 Northeast 12th Avenue | 503-823-3189

The Portland Tennis Center (PTC) features twelve lighted tennis courts—eight indoor and four outdoor courts newly resurfaced with 16 pickleball courts. PTC is open to the public year-round and we offer Quarterly Tennis Passes that provide court reservations, mixers, and ball machine reservations at no cost, as well as a 20% discount on lessons and classes. PTC hosts USTA Leagues and City League tennis; we support WTT and our community outreach partner, Kids N Tennis, and we offer a variety of other tennis programming such as lessons, adult classes, junior classes with match play, holiday and summer tennis camps, cardio tennis, drills, and fun mixers for all levels of play. Come join the fun! In partnership with the Greater Portland Tennis Council, the Portland Tennis Center NEW is now offering weekly clinics! Sign up on PortlandTennisBookings.com. Sundays | $5 drop-in, FREE for coaches. • High School Coaches — 12:30-3:30pm (availble for up to 8 coaches) • JV level players (ages 12-18) — 1:00-3:30pm

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PORTLAND PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTORY Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation..........503-307-4131

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Charles Jordan Community Center 9009 N Foss Ave, 97203.........................503-823-3631 Columbia Indoor Pool 7701 N Chautauqua Blvd, 97217...........503-823-3669 Colwood Golf Center 7313 NE Columbia Blvd, 97218.............503-254-5515 Community Gardens 6437 SE Division St, 97206.....................503-823-1612 Community Music Center 3350 SE Francis St, 97202......................503-823-3177 Creston Outdoor Pool (summer only) 4454 SE Powell Blvd, 97206...................503-823-3672 Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden 5801 SE 28th Ave, 97202.......................503-771-8386 Customer Service Center 1120 SW 5th Ave #800, 97204...............503-823-2525 Delta Park (Owens Sports Complex) 10737 N Union Ct, 97217......................503-823-1656 East Portland Community Center and Pool 740 SE 106th Ave, 97216........................503-823-3450 Eastmoreland Golf Course 2425 SE Bybee Blvd, 97202....................503-775-2900 Environmental Education 2909 SW 2nd Ave, 97201........................503-823-3601 Gateway Discovery Park 10520 NE Halsey St, 97220....................971-275-3081 Grant Outdoor Pool (summer only) 2300 NE 33rd Ave, 97212........................503-823-3674 Heron Lakes Golf Course 3500 N Victory Blvd, 97217...................503-289-1818 International Rose Test Garden 400 SW Kingston Ave, 97205.................503-823-3664 Leach Botanical Garden 6704 SE 122nd Ave, 97236....................503-823-9503 Lifelong Recreation................................503-823-4328 Matt Dishman Community Center and Pool 77 NE Knott St, 97212............................503-823-3673 Montavilla Community Center 8219 NE Glisan St, 97220.......................503-823-4101 Montavilla Outdoor Pool (summer only) 8219 NE Glisan St, 97220.......................503-823-3675 Mt Scott Community Center and Pool 5530 SE 72nd Ave, 97206........................503-823-3183

Multnomah Arts Center 7688 SW Capitol Hwy, 97219.................503-823-2787 Parks for New Portlanders 1120 SW 5th Ave Suite 1302, 97204..................................503-260-2487 Peninsula Park Community Center 700 N Rosa Parks Way, 97217................503-823-3620 Peninsula Outdoor Pool (summer only) 700 N Rosa Parks Way, 97217................503-823-3677 Peninsula Rose Garden 700 N Rosa Parks Way, 97217................503-823-3642 Pier Park Outdoor Pool (summer only) 9341 N St Johns Ave, 97203..................503-823-3678 Pittock Mansion 3229 NW Pittock Dr, 97210....................503-823-3623 Portland International Raceway 1940 N Victory Blvd, 97217...................503-823-7223 Portland Tennis Center 324 NE 12th Ave, 97232..........................503-823-3189 RedTail Golf Course 8200 SW Scholls Ferry Road Beaverton, 97008...................................503-646-5166 Rose City Golf Course 2200 NE 71st Ave, 97213........................503-253-4744 Rosewood Music Program 16126 SE Stark St, 97233.......................503-823-3177 Sellwood Outdoor Pool (summer only) 7951 SE 7th Ave, 97202..........................503-823-3679 Southwest Community Center and Pool 6820 SW 45th Ave, 97219.......................503-823-2840 Sports Office...........................................503-823-5126 St Johns Community Center 8427 N Central St, 97203.......................503-823-3192 St Johns Racquet Center 7519 N Burlington Ave, 97203...............503-823-3629 Summer Free for All 7688 SW Capitol Hwy, 97219.................503-823-5059 SUN Community Schools Admin..........503-823-4328 Volunteer Services 1120 SW 5th Ave Suite 1302, 97204..................................503-823-5121

Wilson Outdoor Pool (summer only) 1151 SW Vermont St, 97219..................503-823-3680 Woodstock Community Center 5905 SE 43rd Ave, 97206........................503-823-3633


REGISTRATION Receipt of full payment is required for registration, unless otherwise arranged. Please call if you receive a returned check or declined bank card notice, either of which void registration. RESIDENT / NON-RESIDENT A resident is: • anyone who occupies a permanent residence inside the city limits of Portland. At the discretion of a Community Center Director, proof of home address may be required. Acceptable address verification may include a 1) drivers license, 2) Oregon ID card, 3) property tax statement, 4) utility bill or lease agreement with current home address. • any child living within the school boundaries of the Reynolds and Centennial School Districts who is attending a SUN Community School. Through a partnership between the City and County, a child attending a SUN Community School is eligible to register for programs at any SUN Community School location without paying a non-resident surcharge. Anyone else is considered a non-resident (NR) and will be assessed a 40% surcharge. NR surcharges do not apply to drop-in activities. CLASS ENROLLMENT Our classes must meet minimum and maximum enrollment standards. Classes may fill quickly or be canceled due to low enrollment. WITHDRAWAL AND REFUNDS Please notify us at least seven (7) days, unless otherwise specified, before the start of your program so that we can refund or credit your account for the registration fee. Prepaid materials and admission tickets cannot be refunded. Participants needing to withdraw after the program has begun are offered a prorated credit or refund based upon when the request is made. SCHOLARSHIPS City of Portland residents, regardless of age, who require financial assistance may apply for partial scholarships. Contact individual centers for information. NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION To help ensure equal access to City programs, services and activities, the City of Portland will provide translation, reasonably modify policies/procedures, and provide auxiliary aids/services/ alternative formats to persons with disabilities. For accommodations, translations, complaints, and additional information, contact Carolyn Lee at carolyn.lee@portlandoregon. gov, use City TTY 503-823-6868, or Oregon Relay Service: 711. SPECIAL NEEDS In compliance with Civil Rights laws, it is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any City program, service, or activity on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or disability. To help ensure equal access to City programs, services, and activities, the City of Portland reasonably provides: translation and interpretation services, modifications, accommodations, auxiliary aides and services, and alternative format. HOW TO REQUEST INCLUSION SERVICES 1. Choose the activity you would like to participate in and register for that class. 2. Contact Inclusion Services at 971-284-5060.

3. If this is your first time requesting accommodations through Inclusion Services, you will need to complete either a phone intake or an Accommodation Form that can be sent over email. This process is to help determine what level of accommodation needed for the participant. 4. Future assistance will be provided based on need. The inclusion staff will work with the instructor on how to support you and your individual needs. IMPORTANT DETAILS ABOUT INCLUSION SERVICES • A general program may be adapted using auxiliary aids and services, but the basic structure of the program remains the same. • Accommodations are made as needed and can be flexible, as well creative. • Participants need to register for activities that are intended for their birth age. • Personal care is provided for activities for individuals up to age 5. • For sign language interpreter please call 2 working days prior to the class. • We request at least 10 working days’ notice prior to start of class. • If you have questions about Inclusion Services, please contact 971-284-5060. If necessary, use City TTY 503-823-6868, or use Oregon Relay Service: 711. PHOTO POLICY Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) reserves the right, and may give permission to the media, to photograph classes, programs, and participants at any of our facilities and properties or any sponsored activity. Please be aware that these photos are for promotional purposes and may be used in future publications and media communications in any format. If you do not wish to be photographed, please inform staff and we will make reasonable efforts to honor your request. If you see staff taking pictures, and you do not wish to be photographed, please let us know. If you see a photo of yourself or a family member that causes you concern, please notify us. As a courtesy, we will make every reasonable effort to dispose of the image, and will not use it in future publications. However, we will not be able to retrieve, destroy or discontinue existing printed publications in which the photograph may have been included. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION Your satisfaction is our goal! Portland Parks & Recreation strives for 100% customer satisfaction. If you are not satisfied with a recreation program or service, please let us know. CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER For information on other PP&R services and programs, call the Portland Parks & Recreation Customer Service Center at 503-823-PLAY (7529), Monday–Friday, 8:30am–5:00pm. INCLEMENT WEATHER If the City of Portland public school districts (Portland Public, Parkrose, David Douglas, Reynolds, and Centennial) are closed because of weather conditions, PP&R classes and youth basketball in those school districts may be canceled. We recommend that you check in with your community centers for the latest information about individual registered programs and activities. Some recreation programs may run as conditions and instructor availability allow. Decisions to operate on a specific site basis are made when it is determined that all programs may operate safely. Call the specific PP&R facility for information and opening/closing times.


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WE’RE HIRING!

Recreation, aquatics, maintenance, environmental education, and more. Seasonal and year-round positions available. Summer recruitment starts soon. Apply today! PORTLAND.GOV/PARKS/EMPLOYMENT