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Fall 2012

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Portland Parks & Recreation Fall 2012

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5 A Woolly Good Time!

This year, The Sprout Academy celebrated the transformation of the children’s outdoor play area, which included many new handpicked natural elements.

8 Little Artists Preschool

MAC opens a preschool for highquality, arts-focused early childhood education for ages 2, 3 and 4.

9 A Brave New World

The latest budget cuts have been painful. Find out how they can also provide opportunities for greatness.

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Yaaarrrgh, Matey! This duo was spotted at last year’s Pariate Palooza event at SWCC. See page 27 for more oportunities to arrive at SWCC in costume! .

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22 Kid’s Day Off

Schools out! Need something to do? Here’s just the ticket! Our thrilling & challenging activities will add excitement to your day!

38 Basketall Leagues

Take part in our non-competitive, beginning basketball league geared to the developmental needs of 1st & 2nd graders.

34 One-Time Wednesdays! This new program is no-commitment & economical. Preschool arts, crafts, cooking & FUN while you have time for yourself!

Hi Coach Blaine, Thanks so much for all that you do! I’m mason & Orion’s mom (from Sports Mania) & it was such a thrill to see them learning new sports & games. Mason & Orion are twins. The first year of their life we were in and out of the NICU & hospital for a variety of health problems, so to see them out playing sports & keeping up with the other kids was such a beautiful thing. You made them feel so confident and I hope its part of the beginning of an active lifestyle for them both. I’m sure you’ll see us again for another session of classes. Thanks for making our week so wonderful.

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Contents

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Hobbies & Crafts

• Introducing ... Dani Ferguson!................... pg.4 • A Woolly Good Time!................................. pg.5 • SWNI Parks Update................................... pg.6 • No Ivy Day 2012......................................... pg.7 • Little Artists Preschool Debuts................... pg.8 • A Brave New World.................................... pg.9 • Terwilliger Parkway Centennial Festival.. pg.10

• Hillside Parent/Child Classes.................pg.18 • Hillside Preschool Classes......................pg.19 • SWCC Parent/Child Classes..................pg.32 • SWCC One-Time Wednesdays.............pg.34

Lifelong Learning

• Hillside Educational Preschool..............pg.16 • Hillside Winter Break Camps.................pg.25 • SWCC Drop-in Childcare.....................pg.27 • SWCC Sprout Academy Preschool........pg.28 • SWCC Kid’s Day Off.............................pg.30 • SWCC Winter Break Camps.................pg.31 • SWCC 55+..............................................pg.43 • SWCC 18+..............................................pg.42

Aquatics

Performing Arts

Combat Sports

Socializing

• SWCC Pool Schedule............................... pg.44 • SWCC Swim Lessons............................... pg.46 • Fulton Kendo............................................ pg.11 • SWCC Martial Arts.................................. pg.40

Community Building

• Director Park Events................................ pg.12 • Hillside Rentals & Parties......................... pg.15 • Hillside Family Events.............................. pg.23 • SWCC Family Events............................... pg.27 • SWCC Rentals & Parties......................... pg.41

• SWCC Parent/Child Classes.................... pg.32 • Hillside Parent/Child Classes................... pg.18 • Hillside Preschool Classes...................pg.19-22 • SWCC One-Time Wednesdays...............pg.34

Fitness

• Personal Training...................................... pg.49 • Group Exercise Classes............................. pg.50

• Hillside Music Lessons...........................pg.21 • SWCC Dance Classes.............................pg.35 • SWCC One-Time Wednesdays.............pg.34 • Hillside Parent’s Night Out....................pg.18 • Hillside Parent’s Time Off......................pg.20

Sports and Games

• Hillside Preschool Sports Classes...........pg.20 • Hillside Youth Sports Classes.................pg.24 • SWCC Winter Sports Camps................pg.31 • SWCC Parent/Child Sports...................pg.33 • SWCC Tumbling....................................pg.35 • SWCC Sports Classes.............................pg.36 • SWCC Basketball...................................pg.38 • SWCC Gymnastics Academy.................pg.39

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Domestic Arts

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Westside Articles

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Team Sports

• Hillside Drop-in Gym Schedule.............pg.14 • Hillside Sports Leagues..........................pg.24 • Hillside Sports Leagues..........................pg.38 • SWCC Drop-in Gym Schedule.............pg.48

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Introducing ... Dani Ferguson (the new downtown Parks Maintenance Supervisor) By: Bryan Aptekar, West Service Zone Coordinator

If you’ve never met Dani Ferguson, the first thing you’ll notice about her is her amazing energy. She is so full of joy and excitement that she can barely contain herself. Dani has stepped into an important role in our West Service Zone, as the Parks Maintenance Supervisor II, overseeing a large crew of professional Parks Technicians, Horticulturalists, Utility Workers, a Botanic Specialist, and a small cadre of seasonal employees. Together they make sure that our downtown parks are safe, clean, and welcoming for all. Dani is both new with Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) and an old timer at the same time. She came to the field of horticulture, or what she calls the Green Industry, indirectly. She hit the road with her college sweetheart in their Dodge Charger after earning her BA in psychology, seeing where their hearts lead them. They landed in Hood River, where she worked for several years in social work settings, counseling juvenile delinquents, supporting mentally challenged adults, until one of the programs she worked with partnered with a commercial wholesale nursery. It was then that “this true joy exploded out of me,” says Dani, who started taking night classes hours away at Clackamas Community College to learn the field of horticulture. Eight years later, with years of study and skills, a friend shared a small ad in the Oregonian recruiting for what was then called a Gardener (Horticulturalist, today) for PP&R. To her delight (and ours) Dani was selected for what she calls “the most wonderful job in the world.” She started working at PP&R along with a few others, including Lance Wright and Robin Akers, two other horticulturalists who are in her crew today. For eight years she worked 4 Westside Parks

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throughout the city, from our Horticultural Services unit to the Peninsula Park rose garden, from the north zone to the downtown parks, Dani has put her hands in the dirt throughout Portland. With well rounded horticultural training – she’s done everything from growing plants from seed, seeing those plants to maturity in various landscapes, to managing larger landscapes in many of Portland’s famous parks – there was one dream that she had yet to fulfill. So at the age of 40, she left PP&R to start her own nursery with her husband, a skilled union carpenter. Like a homesteading story from yesteryear, she describes finding the perfect bit of acreage, with good soil, fresh water, and a good location between the Portland and Salem markets. Recalling the decision to move on, she shares, “there was just this spark when I was in a nursery. Selling what you grew, having a connection to the end buyer. It appealed to my heart.” So, she and her husband, Jeff, created Ferguson’s Fragrant Nursery, a specialty nursery featuring fragrant plants, including four acres of display gardens, reminiscent of the landscapes she cared for in Portland’s parks. For more than a decade she brought joy and good smells to the world through plants. Unfortunately, after many years of pursuing their dream together, her husband passed away,

which led to the decision to start the next chapter in her life, by returning to PP&R. We are lucky and pleased to have Dani return to our family, where she has history, friends, and a community eager to welcome her. This is a challenging time for our work crews, with recent budget cuts. Dani’s positive energy, strength, and wealth of business and horticultural skills make her a great leader for this time. If you run into Dani in one of our parks or at a meeting with one of our partner organizations, please give her a warm welcome.


A Woolly Good Time! By: Laure Butera, Recreation Coordinator, SWCC

Photos: Top left, a few of the individuals who had a hand in the project come together to celebrate. Top right, a preschooler balances on a log, one of the new, handpicked natural elements. Left, Chives grow in a Woolly Pocket. Register On-Line at www.PortlandParks.org

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What’s planted? Each teacher & class have their very own row of pockets to tend with the children. The 2’s have the bottom row, the 3’s have the middle, and the 4’s have the top! Laure is even in on the fun with 6 pockets on the outside of the

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Woolly Pockets, March 2012 Woolly School Garden, http://www.woollyschoolgarden.org/,

Volunteers In addition to financial contributions, many folks volunteered time or other resources to get the project up & running.

garden, facing the entry way to SWCC! The 2’s: left of the gate is pumpkins for the Fall, and to the right is all grass! The 3’s: left of the gate is pumpkins for the Fall, and to the right are pumpkins, strawberries, marigolds, salad greens, broccoli, sweet peas, mums, marigolds & strawberries. The 4’s: left of the gate are marigolds, kale, strawberries, broccoli, and to the right are peas, beans, nasturtiums, marigolds, sunflowers, and collard greens. Laure is even in on the fun with 6 pockets on the outside of the garden, facing the entry way to SWCC, which contain: a Butterfly Garden containing Milk Weed, Aster, Echinacea, Checker Mallow, Iris, Goldenrod, and more. Many thanks to John Long & Gordy Davis (PP&R Horticulturalists) for their expertise. Here’s to many years of fruitful fun to come!

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Reclaimed Logs, November 2011 We introduced natural elements into the courtyard to foster imaginative play for our students. When it is not appropriate for a nature walk, children are able to create new games and develop gross motor skills right outside the classroom doors. MaryAnn Takashima, Laure Butera, Catherine, and John Watkins of Parks’ Urban Forestry team met on several occasions choosing just the right pieces to salvage. Joe Lastomirsky (family friend & Sprout supporter) supplied the large wooden stump for the children’s table.

Fundraising efforts Starting in the Fall 2011, we set a goal to raise $1100 of the $2100 needed for the kit (WSG.org matches $1000 for each school in the program). We collected $616 in individual cash donations and $484 from a generous sponsor! See www.SproutAcademy.wordpress.com for the complete list.

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Custom Sandbox, September 2011 Teacher Catherine Trzybinski designed & helped build the preschool’s brand new custom sandbox! The wood was purchased at a great discount from PARR Lumber in NW Portland; the eco-healthy stabilizer & sealant was purchased at a discount from Timber Pro Coatings on E. Burnside, & Catherine, Terry Thorgesen, & Blaine Rethmeier assembled it before classes started September 19th. Our first major addition to the courtyard for the 20112012 school year!

is a nationwide Non-Profit Program focused on getting children interested in gardening early and teaching them how to grow their own sustainable, organic foods. Woolly’s are made in the USA from 90%+ recycled plastic bottles! The kit came with 44 pockets, soil, seeds, drip irrigation kit, and an easyto-use annual curriculum to get teachers started. These are also available for purchase for home use! Portland Nursery sells them here in town along with a few other retailers.

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Wednesday, May 23rd, we celebrated the transformation of the children’s outdoor play area. The picture below includes only a small fraction of the VIPs who had a hand in the project; SWCC management, Portland Parks maintenance, Sprout teachers, Sprout parents, and of course some of our lil’ Sprout gardeners!

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SW Neighborhoods Parks and Community Centers Committee By: Leonard Gard and Amy Steingrebe Summer 2011 programs Despite the limitations of a very tight budget, Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) has been able to continue good programs that benefit the community. This was the fifth year of the Youth Conservation Crew, a program that provides summer employment for young people ages 14 to 18, most of whom are from lowincome families. In 2011, there were 56 people in the program. This year, due to budget constraints, 42 participated. In southwest Portland, they removed ivy, restored trails, and did pruning at Rieke School. Here is a telling statistic that speaks to the need for the Youth Conservation Crew: there are about 200 applicants for every space available. Other programs that have continued in 2012 include the Nuts About Nature classes and the Summer Nature Day Camps. With the help of many sponsors and volunteers, PP&R once again produced a great line-up of concerts and movies in parks this summer. In the area served by the Parks Committee, events took place at Willamette Park, Elizabeth Caruthers Park, Duniway Park, and Multnomah Arts Center.

Parks Committee meetings: The committee is one of the standing committees of Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc., a nonprofit corporation that serves seventeen neighborhood associations in southwest Portland. The committee meets every first Thursday of the month, usually at the Multnomah Center. The public is always invited to attend. For more information, call Leonard at 503-823-4592. And subscribe to SWNI’s monthly newspaper, the SW Neighborhood News. It’s free. 6 Westside Parks

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River View Natural Area: It’s now been just over a year since the city acquired the Riverview Natural Area: Crews have removed invasive plants and stabilized trails. So far, about 95% of invasive trees and climbing vines and 80% of invasive ground plants have been removed. There was a terrible infestation of ivy; now it’s gone. A wonderful sign of change - this past spring trillium started poking through the ground cover. So far, PP&R has identified 130 plant species; 30 mammal species, and 74 bird species. Crews also closed all the mountain bike jumps. Next summer, PP&R plans to begin work on a Habitat Management and Trail Plan for the site, and in doing so, will work with various partners, including the Collins View Neighborhood Association, the Portland Garden Club, Lewis & Clark College, and River View Cemetery. Southwest Community Center MaryAnn Takashima, the Director of the SW Community Center, was a guest at a recent SWNI Parks committee meeting. She reported on operational changes that have occurred recently at the center; changes that show an openness to innovation. 2012 summer camp registrations increased from the previous year. There were big increases for pre-school summer camps, and for the first time there were camps for two-year olds. In the past, program analysis focused on the total number of registrations and revenue generated. This year, analysis focused on the number of registrants within each grade group, and that resulted in two more camps over 2011. The center has a big presence in electronic social media. In addition to the PP&R website, SWCC has three blogs - a main blog and two which focus on camps and the Sprout Academy. An email newsletter is broadcast through Constant Contact and about 800 people

follow the center on its Facebook page. The center has always responded positively to ideas for better environmental and human health practices. The center has dramatically reduced its paper consumption, communicating now by the electronic media mentioned above. Camp letters to parents no longer go out. Far fewer hard copies of catalogs are printed. These changes, of course, also have the beneficial effect of saving money on printing. The Sprout Academy is now a green pre-school. It has been certified as an eco-healthy school by the Oregon Environmental Council. The school passed a 30-point checklist for a healthful physical environment. Three new elements, all related to nature play, have been installed: a sandbox, a garden with plants growing from fabric pockets hanging from a wall, and logs fixed on the floor. Friends of Spring Garden Park The Friends continue to work to support development of Spring Garden Park. Next event: Playdate in the Park and Storywalk on Saturday, September 8, in the park. It’s a great event for children. More information is at www.swni.org and the Friends’ Facebook page. (Continued on bottom of next page)


No Ivy Day 2012 By: Rachel Felice, Stewardship Coordinator, City Nature West

about ivy removal. We will have ivy removal work parties around the region from 9 am – 12 noon on October 13th and then a public celebration from 12:20-2 pm at Forest Park’s Lower Macleay Park, 2960 NW Upshur. Find event registration and additional information at www.NoIvyLeague.com! The No Ivy League also has volunteer work parties in Forest Park four times every month if you can’t join us for No Ivy Day on October 13th. Photos: Volunteers take a break from cutting vines to smile for the camera.

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that is not native to our ecosystem and can degrade our precious natural areas. Ivy takes over a forest and can change a diverse, thriving ecosystem into a desert of only one weed. Ivy grows up trees and can cause them to fall over because of the extra weight. This plant is responsible for smothering innocent native plants, recklessly eroding slopes, and decreasing the overall biodiversity in our treasured ecosystem. So, why not get a large group of people together to work hard to remove English ivy and then celebrate their accomplishments? This is what the No Ivy League program is about. This organization has been in existence since 1994 and welcomes your help, ideas and passion

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On one Saturday each fall, hardy volunteers and English Ivy detesters from around the region get together to remove this invasive species and celebrate its demise. Portland Parks & Recreation’s No Ivy Day 2012 is set for Saturday, October 13th from 9 am – 2 pm. There will be morning ivy removal work parties across Portland’s natural areas following by a public celebration. Enjoy lunch, listen to special speakers, and mingle with other community members. We will have environmental education activities and free t-shirts while they last! Why dedicate an entire event and celebration to the removal of English ivy? Because it is an invasive plant

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For more information, contact: Rachel Felice - Westside Stewardship Coordinator Email: rachel.felice@ci.portland.or.us Phone: 503-823-9423 OR

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No Ivy League Field Headquarters Web: www.noivyleague.com Phone: 503-823-3681

Willamette Park Redevelopment Plan The Parks Committee is proud of committee member Ken Love. He’s a busy man – the chair of the South Portland Neighborhood Association, a member of the SW Neighborhoods board, and now a member of the project

advisory committee for the Willamette Park Redevelopment Plan. The plan is comprehensive in scope and includes restoration of the riverbank to create habitat for salmon, establishment of viewpoints, better pedestrian and bicycle circulation, and re-location of the dog off-leash area. The plan will guide the spending of $600,000 in funds that PP&R received in compensation for the siting of a Water Bureau pump station in the park. The advisory committee is finishing its work; an open house will be held soon.

Photos: Campers at SWCC await the shotput event during a week devoted to the Olympic Games.

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PP&R intends to start on the first phase of this project this year. However, in order to fully restore a playground to the park, the neighborhood will need to raise funds. A fundraising campaign is currently underway and donations are tax deductible. If you are interested in helping bring the playground back to Marshall Park, please send a check to SWNI indicating it is for Marshall Park Playground.

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(Continued from previous page) Marshall Park The Marshall Park Neighborhood Association and the Friends of Marshall Park are working together with Portland Parks & Recreation to bring a playground back to Marshall Park. The neighborhood is interested in bringing both conventional play equipment and nature play activities to the park. Current ideas being considered are swings, a slide, and natural climbing areas. Other components being reviewed include habitat restoration, trail and access improvement, and creek protection, including a designated area for creek access with interpretive signage.


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Little Artists Preschool debuts in Southwest Portland By: By: Aimé Kelly, Youth Arts Director, Multnomah Arts Center

Multnomah Arts Center proudly announces the launch of our artsbased educational preschool: Little Artists Preschool. A center for highquality, arts-focused early childhood education for ages 2, 3 and 4, our school provides guided instruction in the use of art materials and techniques in visual arts, dance, music and theatre. Little Artists Preschool is a nurturing environment that encourages each child’s individual style of creative expression. We strongly believe that arts education is fundamental to the development of a healthy, happy and engaged mind. Are you interested in registering? School will begin October 1, 2012 but registration packets are available now by clicking Little Artists Preschool at www.MultnomahArtsCenter.org or picking up a registration pack at MAC. MAC’s preschool will unlock the infinite possibilities inherent in minds of young children. It will ignite their curiosity for visual arts, music, move-

ment, and dramatic play, as well as traditional language and academic skills. Rather than follow directions to construct prescribed “products,” we will focus on each child’s “process”. Children in our program will learn to trust their own creative impulses while being supported by professional educators. We will strive, above all else,

to bring joy to every child enrolled. You are welcomed to contact the Multnomah Arts Center Director, Michael Walsh at 503-823-2284 or Michael.Walsh@PortlandOregon.gov for more information, too. Thank you for your interest in Little Artists Preschool and we hope to hear from you soon!

Little Artists Preschool- Class Schedule and Cost Ages

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A Brave New World By: Terri Davis, West Service Zone Manager

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Photos: Above, Campers laugh and play during their soccer camp. Top left, kids at indoor park get a much-needed energy release during the cold-weather months. Left, PP&R employees work in Washington Park to maintain its worldrenowned beauty.

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marketing efforts toward the internet. We will continue to produce the West Service Zone Guide, but will limit the amount of guides that we print and mail. While printing will decrease, we hope to reach even more guests through our many on-line connections! Reduction of Operation Staff means that we have fewer staff to take care of our beautiful parks and plantings. We are prioritizing our daily work to ensure that our parks remain safe and clean – and ask for your patience as we adjust to these staff reductions. We are all stepping into a new year filled with change and opportunity. As a bureau, we know that we can’t do it alone, and more than ever we rely on the support and guidance of an amazing community to help us get the work done. Together, we will take our parks and programs into the future. Together, we will create a brave new world.

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from 4% ($1,752,219 reduction) to 8% ($3,504,438 reduction). In the end, the bureau-wide annual operating budget was reduced by 6% or $2.7 million for the FY 2012 – 2013 (July 2012 – June 2013). For those of us working and recreating in the West Service Zone, this reduction came at a high price.

Among the cuts, were General Fund elimination of two community centers (Fulton Park Community Center and Hillside Community Center), cuts in our marketing budget, along with significant staff reductions for the daily maintenance of our beautiful west side parks. Budget Cuts come at a cost, but can also provide opportunities for greatness. The elimination of funding for Fulton Park Community Center and Hillside Community Center brought many together in support of much loved programs and facilities. These concerned supporters worked with us to find practical ways to maintain programs that are well used and appreciated. As a result of the time, effort, innovation and support of many individuals and organizations, changes at Fulton Community Center will occur, but the facility will continue to provide a welcome space for an avid dance community; options for birthday parties, community events and rentals, including basketball, volleyball and other private or community functions. In addition, the facility will continue to provide youth education programming, now operated by a partner organization. Hillside Community Center will continue to operate due to the generous support and collaborative approach of the surrounding community. At Hillside, this support will help us to introduce a LETS GROW healthy kids focus, with our new “GROW AFTERSCHOOL” program and continue to offer the preschool, camps and classes that have been a staple for the neighborhood. It’s times such as these that we clearly see why our facilities are called “community” centers. As a result of marketing reductions, we will be shifting our

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Fireworks, backyard bar-b-ques, and sunglasses replacing raincoats signal the beginning of July for most Portland residents… but for Parks and other city bureaus, July 1st heralds the first day of a new fiscal year and a new budget to get the work done. The development of the budget for the 2012-2013 fiscal year was painful. Following consecutive years of past budget cuts, Portland Parks and Recreation was required to submit a budget at varied cut levels, ranging

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Terwilliger Parkway Centennial Festival By: Leonard Gard, SWNI The early 1900’s were eventful in Portland’s development. It was a time of major public works. In 1903, workers completed our public system of dams, reservoirs, and pipes that delivers water from the Bull Run watershed. In 1905, Portland hosted the Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition. By 1910, Portland was home to 207,000 residents. In 1903, the city’s Park Board hired Massachusetts landscape architects John and Frederic Olmsted to write a parks planning report for Portland. John spent a month in Portland doing research. The Olmsted brothers finished their report at the end of 1903; the Parks Board adopted it in 1904. The Olmsted brothers believed that cities should have what they called wellbalanced and well-developed systems of municipal parks. They believed that a park system should be comprehensive, in the sense of having different kinds of parks: larger parks attracting city-wide use, neighborhood parks, public squares, and boulevards. And they believed that a system of parks should be physically interconnected by way of linear boulevards and parkways. The parkways they envisioned are the antecedent of what we now call the 40-mile loop. One of the parkways envisioned was the “South Hillside Parkway,” running from the south end of downtown to River View Cemetery or

even farther south. Between 1909 and 1912, the donation of land from heirs of pioneer James Terwilliger led to the construction of Terwilliger Parkway, which now comprises almost 99 acres. Now, 100 years later, we have just celebrated the parkway’s centennial with three days of events this past July: The northern gateway monument was unveiled on Friday, July 20. It’s located in Duniway Park just off SW 6th Avenue, across from Terwilliger Plaza. A crowd of about 100 heard speakers from the City of Portland, Metro, and the community. Bill Hawkins IV, a descendant of L. L. Hawkins, a Parks Board member in the early 1900’s, told the story of how his ancestor guided John Olmsted on a tour of Portland during his 1903 visit. They used a horse-drawn buggy. Bill displayed the whip that L. L. held on the buggy tour. It’s still in the family. On Saturday, July 21, Robin Jensen, of Friends of Marquam Nature Park, and Don Baack, of SW Trails PDX, guided morning and afternoon hikes. That evening a concert was held in Duniway Park featuring the band Trashcan Joe. About 300 people attended the event, sponsored by Terwilliger Plaza. At intermission, actress Jane Van Boskirk portrayed famous suffragette Abigail Duniway. Three runs were held on Sunday, July 22—five and eight kilometer runs for adults and a one kilometer run for children. Thanks in particular should be extended to the following: • To the Terwilliger Parkway Centennial Festival Committee: Doug Weir, Anton Vetterlein, Robin Vesey, Susan Egnor, Holly Zimmerman, Wes Risher, Peter DeCrescenzo, Walt Amacher, and Jack Liskear. • To the sponsors Oregon Health Sciences University and ODS, and to additional supporters Terwilliger Plaza; Engineered Machinery, Inc.; Widmer Brothers; Umpqua Bank; Fred Meyer; Foot Traffic; and Energy Events

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• To Portland Parks & Recreation, and in particular to Elizabeth KennedyWong, Max Behrens, and Angela Abel, for their help in event planning. Thanks also go to PP&R’s maintenance crew for installation of new bench seats and cutting back vegetation to re-open historic viewpoints along the Parkway. Two favorites of this writer are 1) Elk Point, next to the Chart House restaurant, with a view to the east, and 2) near the playground just north of the Parkway intersection with SW Hamilton St, with views of Mt. Hood and the Willamette River. Now, Terwilliger Parkway enters its second century. Portlanders can wish it well for another 100 years and recognize it for what it is—an important and beautiful community asset as a stand-alone public space, but also as a first component of a regional network, and an idea ahead of its time.

Photos: Left, Bill Hawkins IV holds up the the whip that L. L. held on the buggy tour. Top, the unveiling of the new park sign. Above, attendees enjoy the Terwilliger Parkway Centennial Festival.


Fulton Park Community Center 68 SW Miles St, 97219 Tel: 503.823.3180 (Voice mail only) Disabled Access:

Entrances: Accessible Parking: Accessible Restrooms: Accessible

Local Bus:

1-Vermont 12-Barbur/Sandy Blvd 38-Boones Ferry Rd

Fulton Park Community Center offers a range of rental opportunities for birthday parties, community events, weddings and receptions, dances, basketball and volleyball groups. For additional information call 503-823-3180 (Voice mail only) or call Hillside Community Center at 503-823-3181. Rates:

$66 per hour (2-Hour minimum) $100 refundable Deposit

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Building Director: Tim Hammock 503-823-3181

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Groups at fulton Portland Kinderschule, Cooperative Preschool www.Portlandkinderschule.com L’Etoile French Immersion School (starting in January 2013) letoilefrenchschool.com/

Portland Megaband Various dates in January, February, March and May portlandmegaband.com

Interested in Renting Fulton? Contact Tim Hammock @ 503-823-3181 or Tim.Hammock@PortlandOregon.gov

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Portland Dance Eclectic Thursday, 7:30-10:30pm portlanddanceeclectic.com Israeli Folk Dancing Sunday, 8-11pm portlandisraelidance.com

Ren Ma Kendo Wednesday, 7-9pm Friday, 7-9pm www.oregonkendo.com

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Portland Contra Dance Saturday evenings 7:30-8pm Beginners Session 8-11pm Dance www.portlandcountrydance.org

Israeli Folk Dancing Sunday, 8-11pm portlandisraelidance.com

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Fulton Park Community Center currently rents space to the following groups and organizations. For more information on these groups and their events please view the websites listed.


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Director Park Corner of Yamhill St. & Park Ave. Portland, OR 97205 503-823-8087 www.DirectorPark.org Cultural & Events Coordinator: Alicia Hammock Web: www.portlandparks.org & www.directorpark.org Email: DirectorPark@portlandoregon.gov Max: Blue Line & Red Line Streetcar: Stop at Yamhill & 10th one block west of park Disabled Accessable

E vents@ D i re cto r P a r k (ticketed events have $ and website for purchasing tickets) Waltz Ball • Saturday • August 25 th • 7-10pm • $

Missio n o f D ir e cto r Pa rk: A public piazza providing an elegant, clean, safe, and versatile space that is actively programmed to compliment downtown, support arts & culture, and highlight Portland Parks & Recreation.

This park is such a great amenity to the city.

Portland’s Dance Eclectic will be holding a Waltz Ball under the canopy! For more information and to buy tickets for the dance, contact Portland Dance Eclectic at www.portlanddanceeclectic.com

Park patron June 12th, 2012

MAC Music Mondays • Monday • August 27 th • 12:30-1:30pm • Free

Beth Karp will play piano tunes during the Monday lunch hour.

Poetry on the Piazza • Monday • August 27 th • 6:30-8:30pm • Free

Black, Brown, and Blue All Over: Immigrant and ethnic minority Portland tells it plain. Hosted by Ronault LS (Polo) Catalani, Colored Pencils Art & Culture Council. Roaming Poetry Group • Sunday • September 2 nd • 5-7pm • Free

Join the Gang Violence Task Force for a free poetry session under the canopy!

Fashion’s Night Out by the Portland Business Alliance • Thursday • Sept 6 th • 4-9pm • Free

The 3rd Annual Fashion’s Night Out will feature fashion shows, food give-aways and more!

Summer Free For All: Concert & Movie in the park • Friday • September 7 th • 7-10pm • Free

7pm: Golden Harvest Band 8pm: Movie in the Park – Funny Face (1957)

Art to HeART Art Show • Saturday • September 8 th • 10am-8pm • Free

Oregon Partners of the Americas - Enjoy the art, music and artists involved in a Costa Rican art exchange. Event supported by a grant through RACC. Portland Opera Chorus Rehearsal • Sunday • September 9 th • 2-5pm • Free

Watch Portland Opera as over 50 singers rehearse.

Walk for Farm Animals • saturday • September 15 th • 11am-2pm • $

Come support farm animal rights. www.walkforfarmanimals.org

Savor Southern Oregon • Sunday • September 16 th • 2-6pm • $

Meet the faces of the Southern Oregon wine industry and taste what they have to offer! www.savorsouthernoregon.com Feast Portland • Thursday-Saturday • September 20 th -22 nd • 5:30pm • $

The Sandwich Invitational (Friday, 9/20 @ 5:30pm) Director Park Drinks Pavilion, Teachers Fountain Demo Stage, and Tasting Annex (Friday-Saturday, 9/21-22 @ 10am-6pm) 12 Westside Parks

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Fulton Park CC Portland’s 10th Annual Bastille Day Festival - Waiter’s Race

Private Event Setup

People of the Drum - Mehixa Tiahui

Director Park

Summer Wedding Setup

Hillside CC Southwest CC

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Public Rentals & Private Events For more information, call Alicia at 503.823.8087


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Hillside Community Center 653 NW Culpepper Ter, 97210 Telephone: 503.823.3181 Building Director: Tim Hammock Recreation Coordinator: Kim Birch Preschool Specialist: Mandy Edwards

September 4 - December 31

Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9am–8:30pm Friday 9am–6pm Building Closure:

Disabled Access:

Building Closed for Veteran’s Day, November 12 Building Closed for Thanksgiving, November 22 & 23 Building Closed for Holiday, December 24 & 25 Building Closed for New Year’s Eve, December 31

Entrances: Accessible Parking: Accessible Restrooms: Accessible

Local Bus Line: #18 NW Cumberland & Culpepper

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Indoor Park 9:15am-11:15am $2 per child

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Indoor Park 9:15am-11:15am $2 per child Adult Basketball 6:30pm-8:30pm $3 Fee

Friday

Indoor Park 9:15am-11:15am $2 per child Adult *Volleyball 6:30pm-8:30pm $3 Fee *Power*

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Have your Next Party at Hillside! $25 0f $50 or our Pricing : eac delu h ad xe, ditio 1 1/2 nal h half r part hou y r

Hillside’s Table of Contents Preschool 2012-2013 Parent’s Time Off Parent/Child Classes Preschool Art Play Pals Parent’s Night Out Preschool Sports Preschool Cooking Classes Music Classes Writing Classes *NEW* Grow Afterschool *NEW* PPS Late Start/Inservice Classes School-Aged Sports Little Hoopers Basketball League Winter Break Camps

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Your deluxe party package includes: - 30-45 minutes of Host-led games, crafts, or activity. - Staff set-up and clean-up for your party. - Plates, cups, napkins, cutlery and balloons provided! - Other party decorations available.

PLEASE NOTE:

General Fund support for the operation of Hillside Community Center budget was eliminated as of July 1, 2012. Thanks to the guidance and collaboration with the Hillside community, this facility will continue to operate without funding support through the implementation of a surcharge fee of 15% on all classes and 20% on rentals. This premium fee will fill the gap left by the budget funding cut. Fees listed in this brochure have been calculated to include the added surcharge. If you have questions, or would like more information regarding this operation change, please contact Hillside Community Center’s Director, Tim Hammock, at 503-823-3181. Portland Parks and Recreation greatly appreciates the generous support and guidance of Hillside’s patrons, neighbors and neighborhood association through this budget process.

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Hillside’s 2012 - 2013 If you would like to visit one of Hillside’s Educational Preschool Programs, or if you would like more information, please contact us at 503-823-3181.

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Educational Preschool Program

2012-2013 Preschool Classes Preschool for Little Ones T/Th 9:15am - 10:45am $150/mo - Your Child must be 2 by 9/1/12 Preschool for Little Ones T/Th 11:15am - 1:15pm $195/mo - Your Child must by 2 by 3/1/12 Preschool T/Th 9am - 12pm $195/mo - Your Child must be 3 by 9/1/12 Preschool M/W/F 9am - 12pm $250/mo - Your Child must be 3 by 9/1/12 Pre-Kindergarten M/W/F 9am - 12pm $255/mo - Your Child must be 4 by 9/1/12 Pre-Kindergarten M-Th 9am - 12pm $340/mo - Your Child must be 4 by 9/1/12 Mi Escuela T/Th 1pm - 4pm $180/mo - Your Child must be 3 by 9/1/12 Mi Escuela M/W/F 1pm - 4pm $245/mo - Your Child must be 4 by 9/1/12

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Portland Parks & Recreation Parent’s Time Off Parent’s Time Off age: 1-3 Need to get away? Take a breather & let your child(ren) join us for active games, stories & making new friends! Motor, verbal skills & a sense of independence are enhanced through this social activity. Please pack a diaper bag and PEANUT-FREE snack. Monday NO CLASS 11/12, 12/17, 12/24 & 12/31. 386262 M 9:15am-11:15am 9/10-9/24 $63 386263 M 9:15am-11:15am 10/1-10/29 $105 386264 M 9:15am-11:15am 11/5-11/26 $63 386265 M 9:15am-11:15am 12/3-12/10 $48 Wednesday NO CLASS 12/19 & 12/26. 386266 W 9:15am-11:15am 9/12-9/26 386269 W 9:15am-11:15am 10/3-10/31 386270 W 9:15am-11:15am 11/7-11/28 386271 W 9:15am-11:15am 12/5-12/12 Friday NO CLASS 11/23, 12/21 & 12/28. 386272 F 9:15am-11:15am 9/14-9/28 386273 F 9:15am-11:15am 10/5-10/26 386274 F 9:15am-11:15am 11/2-11/30 386275 F 9:15am-11:15am 12/7-12/14

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Parent/Child Classes Art - Baby Expressions age: 9mo-30mo Dribble, drip, squish, & squeeze-first dabbling experience! Together, get messy, explore, & create while strengthening the natural bond. Experiment with dough, pudding, gelatin, crayons, watercolor & more. Watch your young artist blossom! DRESS FOR MESS! 386446 W 9:30am-10am 11/7-11/28 $29 Gymnastics - Romp & Roll Tiny Tots age: 18mo-30mo

Hop, skip or spring into this introduction to tumbling. Together, experience animal walks, spins & tumbles. Increase coordination & body awareness by leaping into independent & group games. 387483 Tu 9:30am-10am 9/18-10/16 $36.25 387484 Tu 9:30am-10am 11/6-12/4 $36.25

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Messy Art Masters age: 18mo-4 Taste, touch, smell & see! Together mix, mash & moosh projects aimed at increasing creativity, dexterity & expanding your imagination. The fun is on you, the clean up is on us! DRESS FOR MESS! 386440 W 9:30am-10am 9/19-10/3 $21.75 Messy Art - Harvest Hoopla age: 18mo-4 Fall into a cornucopia of fun & exploration! What will I make? Createamazing crafts using autumn colors. Free that creative spirit using self-expression as you branch out into ‘treemendously’ leafy Autumn adventures. DRESS FOR MESS! 386442 W 9:30am-10am 10/10-10/24 $21.75 Halloween Boo To You! age: 18mo-4 Looking for a ‘Happy’ Howl-o-ween? Celebrate together with gentle arts & crafts designed for young children. The fun of creativity & self-expression is emphasized as you create a host of ‘not-so-spooky’ projects. DRESS FOR MESS! 386444 W 9:30am-10:15am 10/31 $10.75 Balls! Balls! Bonanza age: 18mo-3 Bounce! Throw! Toss! Kick! Unleash that excess energy in a constructive environment. Engage in independent & group games while developing color recognition, adult/child communication, hand-eye coordination & large motor skills. Get into the ‘sphere’ of fun! 388029 Th 9:30am-10am 9/20-10/11 $23 Bubbles, Balls & Bean Bags age: 18mo-3 Toss, chase & pop! Explore things that go up & come down! Together, you & your child discover activities & movements that increase eye-hand coordination, gross motor skills, balance & social interaction. NO CLASS 11/22. 388031 Th 9:30am-10am 11/15-12/13 $23 Gymnastics - Romp & Roll age: 2-3 Leap, flip & spin! Together, explore animal walks, swinging & springing in an introduction to tumbling. Gain strength & flexibility by playing independent & group games. 387486 Tu 10:15am-10:45am 9/18-10/16 $36.25 387489 Tu 10:15am-10:45am 11/6-12/4 $36.25


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Preschool Art Artworks Messy Masterpieces age: 3-5 Does your child like to make a mess? Muddle & jumble are transformed into works of art. Fun is just the beginning as projects develop fine motor skills & enhance creative development. 386869 Tu 1pm-1:30pm 9/11-10/2 $28 Arts Around The World age: 3-5 Discover & create exciting projects from all over the planet like sand paintings, piñatas, masks or musical instruments. Improve your fine motor skills while making treasures of your very own like those in far off places! 386984 Tu 1pm-1:30pm 10/9-11/6 $35 Art Party age: 3-5 Uncover the artist within! Using a variety of tools, such as pencils, crayons, and markers, young artists can increase eye-hand coordination while exploring new forms of art. Expand imaginations while developing mini-masterpieces to show off to family & friends 386985 Tu 1pm-1:30pm 11/13-12/11 $35 Messy Art - Glitter Fun! age: 3-5 Make extra room on the refrigerator. Display the great new masterpieces that you CREATE! Expand creativity & artistic development while imaginative creations occur. A sparkling good time! 386874 W 1pm-1:30pm 9/12-10/3 $28 Art - Words, Shapes & Color age: 3-5 Let your imagination come alive! Assemble projects combining art & storytelling with media such as painting, sculpture, collage & drawing. Stimulate curiosity & creativity to express ideas through words & images. Feel the magic! 386987 W 1pm-1:30pm 10/10-11/7 $35 Teeny Greenies Recycled Arts & Crafts age: 3-5 Explore art in a whole new way using recyclable materials we all have on hand. ‘Disposable’ containers, articles of clothing missing their mate, & good old toilet paper rolls are gems just waiting to be brought back to life! Make new friends & join the fun creating something seemingly out of nothing! Dress for mess. 386999 W 1pm-1:30pm 11/14-12/12 $35

Holiday Dazzle age: 3-5 Decorate & celebrate! Stimulate creativity & dexterity making terrific imaginative ornaments, gift-wrap or other special celebration treasures. Invent new traditions with glittering handmade work. Viola! 386454 F 1:30pm-2:30pm 12/7-12/14 $14.50

Play Pals Play Pals age: 3-5 Specially designed for little ones! Creative play in a supportive environment is important to a child’s positive overall development. Children discover through arts & crafts, games, stories & thematic activities that are developmentally appropriate. Introduces early childhood concepts while educating through movement, hands-on opportunities & social interaction experiences. NO CLASS 11/23, 12/21 & 12/28. Extend the day with Lunch Bunch from 12pm-1pm! 386257 F 9am-12pm 9/14-9/28 $72 386258 F 9am-12pm 10/5-10/26 $96 386259 F 9am-12pm 11/2-11/30 $96 386260 F 9am-12pm 12/7-12/14 $48 h

Lunch Bunch Lunch Bunch age: 3-5 Morning is over, but the afternoon has not yet started. It must be time to eat. Gobble down food in a safe & supervised environment. Feel right at home as you recharge for afternoon fun. Please pack a non-perishable, PEANUT-FREE lunch. NO CLASS 10/12, 11/12, 11/22, 11/23 & 12/17-12/31. Monday/Wednesday/Friday 385356 M, W, F 12pm-1pm 9/10-9/28 $58.50 385357 M, W, F 12pm-1pm 10/1-10/31 $84.50 385359 M, W, F 12pm-1pm 11/2-11/30 $71.50 385362 M, W, F 12pm-1pm 12/3-12/14 $39

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Portland Parks & Recreation Parent’s Night Out Parent’s Night Out age: 1-4 Hey parents, need a well-deserved break? Let your child spend time with us while you do the town. Activities might include age appropriate movies/popcorn, pizza & crafty projects. Keep them safe, busy & happily meeting new friends! Pizza will be served for dinner. Please pack a diaper bag. Children are welcome to wear their pajamas and bring a blanket or pillow to watch the movie. $10 OFF DISCOUNT FOR SECOND SIBLING, $5 OFF FOR EACH ADDITIONAL SIBLING. Age 1-4 387187 F 5pm-9pm 9/14 $29 387188 F 5pm-9pm 9/28 $29 387189 F 5pm-9pm 10/12 $29 387190 F 5pm-9pm 10/26 $29 387191 F 5pm-9pm 11/9 $29 387192 F 5pm-9pm 11/30 $29 387193 F 5pm-9pm 12/14 $29

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Preschool Sports Sports For Little Athletes age: 2-4 Run! Jump! Kick! A first sports experience for the little athlete in the family. A variety of games get your enthusiasts on the right track for future team activities through age appropriate skills that encourage sportsmanship and self esteem. 388030 Th 9:30am-10am 10/18-11/8 $27.60 Bouldering Rock Wall: Take The First Step! age: 3-5 Does your child love to climb? Handholds & footholds in a variety of shapes & colors encourage children to challenge themselves in this new activity. Moving on a traverse wall builds muscular strength, flexibility & coordination, as well as problem solving skills & self confidence. Moving across, not up, with a mat on the floor builds in safety. NO CLASS 11/22 386622 M 1pm-1:30pm 9/10-10/1 $23 386625 F 1pm-1:30pm 10/19-11/9 $23 386626 Th 1pm-1:30pm 11/15-12/13 $23 20 Hillside Community Center

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Sports - Run! Jump! Kick! age: 3-5 Junior athletes on the move! Obstacle courses, group games & activities are exciting & challenging for all! Develop strength & agility while building teamwork. Get ready for a recreation extravaganza! A great way to burn excess energy! 386628 Th 1pm-1:30pm 9/13-10/4 $23 386633 M 1pm-1:30pm 10/8-11/5 $29 Sports - Floor Hockey Starters age: 3-5 Don’t know how to ice skate, but want to play hockey? Put on your tennis shoes & join the action! Practice skills like stick-handling, passing & shooting. Get improved speed, control & team strategy. Sticks down, excitement up! 386818 F 1pm-1:30pm 9/14-10/5 $23 386819 Th 1pm-1:30pm 10/11-11/8 $29 Gymnastics - Romp & Roll, Tumble & Jump age: 3-5 Two classes in one! Group explores obstacle course of tumbling, rolling & hanging activities, while brought one-at-a-time to learn jumps & drops on trampoline. Benefits children who are shy on the tramp or have a hard time waiting in line. 387490 Tu 11am-11:45am 9/18-10/16 $46.25 387491 Tu 11am-11:45am 11/6-12/4 $46.25 Games, Games, Games age: 3-5 Tag, you’re it! Play games & have fun while improving motor skills & reflexes. Old favorites such as ‘I Spy’, ‘Red Light, Green Light’, & ‘Simon Says’, along with contemporary games, are introduced in a noncompetitive & non-threatening setting. 386636 M 1pm-1:30pm 11/19-12/10 $25 Sports Fever age: 3-5 Heat up with action-packed play. Explore group games, challenging obstacle courses & relay exercises - the sky’s the limit! Strength & agility are developed through teamwork emphasizing the joy of physical performance. It’s a hodge-podge of excitement. NO CLASS 11/22 386811 F 1pm-1:30pm 11/16-12/14 $23


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NEW! Preschool Cooking Classes Cooking - Apple Delights! age: 3-5 Everything from applesauce to tarts! Experience new tastes of sweet & sour while discovering the many colors, shapes, sizes & textures of this everyday fruit. Bring out the cook within while gaining lifetime skills in counting, measuring, mixing & pouring. 388032 F 12pm-1pm 9/14-9/28 $25.50 Tasty Treats - Batty Bites! age: 3-5 The Halloween season is here! Uncover hidden cooking talents while making creepy confections & other eerie edibles sure to spook your friends & family. 386458 W 1:30pm-2:30pm 10/17-10/24 $17 Cooking - Bountiful Harvest age: 3-5 Orange, red & yellow - the colors of Fall! The bushel basket is full, ready to be transformed into warm & yummy delights. Peel, cut, mash & mix fruits & vegetables while gaining skills in food preparation & safety. Soup’s on! 388033 F 12pm-1pm 11/2-11/16 $25.50 Tasty Treats - Turkey Day Delectibles age: 3-5 Thanksgiving is almost here! Let’s celebrate by creating the flavors & smells of the autumn season. Stimulate your senses & increase your manipulative skills making ‘gobble-gobble’ good goodies sure to please the palette! 386456 W 1:30pm-2:30pm 11/14-11/21 $17 Tasty Treats - Holiday age: 3-5 Warm up with seasonal delights sure to please the palate. Build basic cooking skills such as mixing, measuring & eating while creating festive flavors. 386455 W 1:30pm-2:30pm 12/5-12/12 $17

Music - Guitar Individual Lessons age: 8& up Looking for a way to express your creativity? Music helps you try something new as you acquire skills that last a lifetime. Explore or review essential techniques such as note reading, chords, rhythm patterns & strumming of popular tunes. NO CLASS 11/22. Please call Hillside Community Center to register (503) 823-3181. 387469 Th 3pm-7pm 9/13-10/18 $103.50 387470 Th 3pm-7pm 10/25-12/13 $120.75

- NEW- Writing Classes Writing From Music age: 9-12 Do you ever daydream while listening to CDs or the radio? Capture those fantasies on paper! Create poems, song lyrics or stories inspired by thought-provoking recordings. Communicate what’s inside while improving your writing skills. 387327 Tu 3:30pm-4:30pm 9/18-10/23 $60 387328 Tu 3:30pm-4:30pm 11/6-12/11 $60 Playwriting 101 age: 13-16 Explore your imagination in this workshop! Use acting exercises & improvisations to investigate the basic elements of drama. Conflict, characters, setting, language & ideas will come alive as you pen your own play. 387350 Tu 5pm-6pm 9/18-10/23 $60 387352 Tu 5pm-6pm 11/6-12/11 $60 Writing Exploring Creativity age: 17& up Put pen to paper & discover techniques for composing stories, poems & personal essays. Gain personal satisfaction as thoughts & feelings come to life by applying newly acquired tools & skills. Uncover some hidden talents or improve those you already have. 387369 Tu 6:30pm-7:30pm 9/18-10/23 $60 387371 Tu 6:30pm-7:30pm 11/6-12/11 $60

Piano with Kelly Music - Piano For All age: 6& up Now is your moment! Become part of a time-honored tradition - discover the joy of playing a musical instrument! Study proper techniques enabling you to gain confidence, finger dexterity & a sense of accomplishment. Hear the results right away! Please call Hillside Community Center to register (503) 823-3181. 387471 W 3pm-6pm 9/12-10/17 $103.50 387472 W 3pm-6pm 10/31-12/11 $120.75

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HILLSIDE’S DYNAMIC NEW AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM!

New! Grow Afterschool Grow Afterschool age: 5-11 Dynamic afterschool program designed to enrich kids’ lives focusing on health, nutrition & an active lifestyle! Experience the safety & supervision of a traditional afterschool program, including homework help & skill building. In addition, kids gain knowledge in a variety of healthy food choices beginning with gardening & finishing with nutritious cooking projects. Get up & move & participate in stimulating activities such as dance, sports & group games. A fresh approach to lifelong learning! Now registering for Fall 2012! Please call Hillside Community Center (503) 823-3181 to register & receive application & medical forms. Bus available to bring students from Chapman Elementary School. Kids Day Off Program available on PPS Inservice Days and Early Bird Day Care on PPS Late Start days. NO CLASS 10/12, 11/9, 11/12, 11/19-11/23, 12/1712/31. *One-time $25 registration fee not included in price.* 1 - 2 Days Per Week 388013 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 9/5-9/28 $160 388014 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 10/1-10/31 $160 388015 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 11/1-11/30 $120 388016 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 12/3-12/14 $80

3-5 Days Per Week 388017 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 388020 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 388018 M-F 2:30pm-6pm 388019 M-F 2:30pm-6pm

9/5-9/28 $320 10/1-10/31 $320 11/1-11/30 $240 12/3-12/14 $160

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PPS Late Start Days Early Bird Day Care age: 5-11 Need to be at work before our day starts? Here’s the solution! Our supervised activities, including quiet games, arts, crafts & stories, encourage cooperative play, respect for others & self esteem & help kids start the day! 388025 W 7:30am-9:30am 10/17 $12 388026 W 7:30am-9:30am 12/12 $12

PPS Teacher Inservice Days Kid’s Day Off! age: 5-12 Schools out! Need something to do? Here’s just the ticket! Our thrilling & challenging activities will add excitement to your day! Explore arts & crafts, games, sports & more while haveing a great time making new friends in a safe environment. Kids in Grow Afterschool receive a $15 DISCOUNT. 388023 F 8:30am-5:30pm 10/12 $40 388024 F 8:30am-5:30pm 11/9 $40 388367 M 8:30am-5:30pm 11/19 $40 388368 T 8:30am-5:30pm 11/20 $40 388369 W 8:30am-5:30pm 11/21 $40

General Fund support for the operation of Hillside Community Center budget was eliminated as of July 1, 2012. Thanks to the guidance and collaboration with the Hillside community, this facility will continue to operate without funding support through the implementation of a surcharge fee of 15% on all classes and 20% on rentals. This premium fee will fill the gap left by the budget funding cut. Fees listed in this brochure have been calculated to include the added surcharge. If you have questions, or would like more information regarding this operation change, please contact Hillside Community Center’s Director, Tim Hammock, at 503-823-3181. Portland Parks and Recreation greatly appreciates the generous support and guidance of Hillside’s patrons, neighbors and neighborhood association through this budget process.


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Join Hillside Community Center for our 6th Annual Ice Cream Social! Friday, September 7th 6:30 - 8:30 pm

We hope to see you there! Donations kindly accepted on or before the event.

Join the Fun & Games at the Annual

Hillside Halloween Carnival Wednesday, October 27th from 6-8pm

only $3 per child (or $5 per family) plus the price of tickets. Four game tickets for $1 Bring 2 cans of food for the Sunshine Division and receive 4 carnival tickets (maximum 4 free tickets per child). Pre-sale of tickets begins October 15th tickets will also be available at the door!

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Little Hoopers League

Basketball - Building Skills age: 6-8 Sharpen your basketball skills. Learn important individual & team skills like dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding & defending. We strive to provide a safe & fun environment which promotes sportsmanship, fair play & a solid understanding of the game. 386460 W 4:15pm-5pm 9/26-10/17 $26

Basketball - Little Hoopers League age: 6-7 Dribble, pass, shoot & SCORE! Entry level league for the Michael Jordans to be. Focus on skill development, teamwork & fun! -Attention Parents! Volunteer coaches NEEDED to run this league. -Registration handled by Hillside Staff Only. -League max of 8 total teams. -Little Hoopers is a Co-Ed (boy / girl) League -10 player MAX per team. -Specific ‘team requests’ are considered, but not guaranteed. -Early registrations w/ payment get priority when forming teams (so tell your friends!). -1st practice starts Wednesday, Nov. 7h. -GAMES on Friday evenings starting December 7th. -Last practice is Wednesday, January 16th -Last Game is on January 18th. -Each team plays 5 total games. -Game times vary each week and will be held between 5pm and 8pm -Players will shoot on 8’ hoops. 387002 W 3:30pm-4:30pm 11/7-1/16 $63 387003 W 3:30pm-4:30pm 11/7-1/16 $63 387004 W 4:30pm-5:30pm 11/7-1/16 $63 387005 W 4:30pm-5:30pm 11/7-1/16 $63 387006 W 5:30pm-6:30pm 11/7-1/16 $63 387007 W 5:30pm-6:30pm 11/7-1/16 $63 387008 Th 4:30pm-5:30pm 11/8-1/17 $63 387009 Th 4:30pm-5:30pm 11/8-1/17 $63

Basketball - Hoop it Up! age: 8-11 Want to play like a pro? This is where they all started! Develop & improve fundamentals including ball handling, shooting techniques & defensive skills while improving endurance, flexibility & strength. Learn special strategies, basic plays & develop a teamwork mentality. 387492 W 5:15pm-6pm 9/26-10/17 $26 Bouldering Wall Basics--Indoors age: 5-7 Learn the fundamentals of climbing without using a rope. Experience simple hold patterns, gradually moving toward more difficult ones. Build self confidence, develop teamwork skills, & strengthen friendships through this challenging, self paced sport. NO CLASS 11/23. 387505 F 4:15pm-4:45pm 9/28-10/19 $25 387506 F 4:15pm-4:45pm 11/9-12/7 $25 Soccer - Scrimmage age: 8-10 Discover game strategies while emphasizing teamwork & cooperative play. Warm up drills for skill development lead up to controlled play. Teaches you, the individual player the responsibilities & possibilities of the different field positions . Enjoy making new friends while experiencing the thrill of competition. 387504 M 5:15pm-6pm 10/1-10/22 $26

Tennis with Tino Tennis - Pee Wee age: 5-7 A ball in one hand, a racket in the other; a start to a lifelong love of the game. Enhance physical fitness, hand-eye coordination & agility while developing new skills that will bring exciting times to the court. NO CLASS 9/18 387125 Tu 2:45pm-3:30pm 9/11-10/16 $49 Tennis - Hot Shots! age: 7-9 Are you exhausting Mom & Dad by having them chase down crazy shots? Continue improving basic strokes with great drills & games. Develop consistency, handeye coordination & court movement while getting exercise. NO CLASS 9/18 387128 Tu 3:30pm-4:30pm 9/11-10/16 $65 24 Hillside Community Center

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Tennis - Competitive age: 9-12 Committed to improving your knowledge & skills? Take advantage of the opportunity through activities, drills & individual competition. Develop pre-game strategy, footwork & shot execution. Build game mechanics increasing mental & physical discipline. NO CLASS 9/18 387131 Tu 4:30pm-5:30pm 9/11-10/16 $65


Portland Parks & Recreation Winter Break Camps at Hillside Walkin’ In A Winter Wonderland! age: 1-3 Sleigh bells ring! Are you listenin’? Make snow glisten’ discovering delights of the season - snowmen, twinkling stars, frosty windows! Express creativity with a variety of media while stimulating the mind & enhancing fine motor skills. Discover why winter is wonderful! Please pack a non-perishable, PEANUT-FREE snack. Week 1 387423 M 9:15am-11:15am 12/17 $20 387424 Tu 9:15am-11:15am 12/18 $20 387425 W 9:15am-11:15am 12/19 $20 387426 Th 9:15am-11:15am 12/20 $20 387427 F 9:15am-11:15am 12/21 $20

Week 2 387428 W 387429 Th 387430 F

9:15am-11:15am 12/26 9:15am-11:15am 12/27 9:15am-11:15am 12/28

$20 $20 $18

Holiday Dazzle age: 3-5 Decorate & celebrate! Stimulate creativity & dexterity making terrific imaginative ornaments, gift-wrap or other special celebration treasures. Invent new traditions with glittering handmade work. Viola! 387435 M 9am-1pm 12/17 $29 387436 Tu 9am-1pm 12/18 $29 387437 W 9am-1pm 12/19 $29 387438 Th 9am-1pm 12/20 $29 387439 F 9am-1pm 12/21 $29 Winter Bliss! age: 3-5 Discover! Explore! Create! Spark the imagination! Build self-esteem surrounded by an ‘I can do it!’ atmosphere. Improve socialization skills & cognitive development using games, arts, crafts, music & active play. Please pack a non-perishable, PEANUT-FREE snack and lunch. 387657 W 9am-1pm 12/26 $29 387658 Th 9am-1pm 12/27 $29 387659 F 9am-1pm 12/28 $29

Wild Winter Wonderland age: 6-12 School’s out! Time to play! Join us for an action-packed day of exciting activities. Develop social skills & build self-esteem using a variety ofamusing games, arts, crafts & sports. Improve coordination & teamwork interacting in a positive nurturing environment. Please pack a non-perishable, PEANUT-FREE snack(s) and lunch. Week 1 Half Day 387385 M 8:30am-1pm 12/17 $20 387386 Tu 8:30am-1pm 12/18 $20 387387 W 8:30am-1pm 12/19 $20 387388 Th 8:30am-1pm 12/20 $20 387389 F 8:30am-1pm 12/21 $20

Week 2 Half Day 387390 W 8:30am-1pm 387391 Th 8:30am-1pm 387392 F 8:30am-1pm

12/26 12/27 12/28

$20 $20 $18

Week 1 Full Day 387376 M 8:30am-5:30pm 12/17 387377 Tu 8:30am-5:30pm 12/18 387378 W 8:30am-5:30pm 12/19 387379 Th 8:30am-5:30pm 12/20 387380 F 8:30am-5:30pm 12/21

$40 $40 $40 $40 $40

Week 2 Full Day 387382 W 8:30am-5:30pm 12/26 387383 Th 8:30am-5:30pm 12/27 387384 F 8:30am-5:30pm 12/28

$40 $40 $40

General Fund support for the operation of Hillside Community Center budget was eliminated as of July 1, 2012. Thanks to the guidance and collaboration with the Hillside community, this facility will continue to operate without funding support through the implementation of a surcharge fee of 15% on all classes and 20% on rentals. This premium fee will fill the gap left by the budget funding cut. Fees listed in this brochure have been calculated to include the added surcharge. If you have questions, or would like more information regarding this operation change, please contact Hillside Community Center’s Director, Tim Hammock, at 503-823-3181. Portland Parks and Recreation greatly appreciates the generous support and guidance of Hillside’s patrons, neighbors and neighborhood association through this budget process. Register On-Line at www.PortlandParks.org 25


Portland Parks & Recreation

Southwest Community Center 6820 SW 45th Ave. 97219 Telephone: 503.823.2840 Building Director: MaryAnn Takashima Aquatics Coordinator: Andy Amato Fitness/Wellness Director: Linda Hastings Coordinators: Laure Butera, Tim Haberman, Crystal Ius, Jamie Sandness, Sarah Wiggins

Annual Building Maintenance: September 2nd - September 14th

Bus Lines: #1 Vermont Parking: Lot entrance off 45th Avenue Disabled Access: Entrances: Accessible Parking: Accessible Pool: Accessible Restrooms: Accessible

SWCC may be CLOSED during part or all of the building mantenance period. Please call for up-to-date information. 503-823-2840 The Leisure Pool, Lap Pool & Whirlpool Spa will be closed September 2nd - 14th for annual pool maintenance. The gymnasium & fitness rooms may also be closed during this time.

Elder Friendly Facility by “Elders in Action” Hours: September 4th - December 31st, 2012* Monday – Friday 5:15am – 9:30pm Saturday 7:00am – 7:00pm Sunday 9:00am – 6:30pm *Activities will be limited during our building closure from September 4th-16th.

Special Holiday/Event Hours*: Labor Day Mon, Sept 3rd 10am-6pm Thanksgiving Thurs, Nov 29th Closed Christmas Eve Mon, Dec 24th Closed Christmas Day Tues, Dec 25th Closed New Years Eve Mon, Dec 31st 7am-3pm New Years Day Tues, Jan 1st 10am-6pm

*Hours will be reviewed periodically to best meet participants’ needs.

Facility Features Include:

• Traversing Bouldering Wall • Indoor six-lane Lap Pool • Indoor zero-depth entry Leisure Pool • Waterslide and Splashdown Pool • Whirlpool Spa • Poolside Party/Meeting Room • Men’s and Women’s Locker Rooms • Family Changing Rooms • Exercise Studio with drop-in fitness courses • Fitness Center with cardiovascular and circuit weight equipment • Gymnasium • Multipurpose Rooms with attached kitchen • Drop-in Child Care Room

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SWCC SWCC Contents Contents Family Activities.............................................. Page 27 The Sprout Academy................................. Page 28-29 Kid’s Day Off................................................... Page 30 Winter Break Camps....................................... Page 31 Parent/Child Classes................................. Page 32-33 Preschool - One-Time Wednesdays............... Page 34 Dance & Tumbleing........................................ Page 35 Sports......................................................... Page 36-37 Basketball Classes & Leagues......................... Page 38 Gymnastics Academy....................................... Page 39 Martial Arts...................................................... Page 40 Parties.............................................................. Page 41 High 18+.......................................................... Page 42 Adults 55+........................................................ Page 43 Aquatics...................................................... Page 44-47 Gym Drop-In Schedule.................................. Page 48 Fitness........................................................ Page 49-51 Passes & Policies....................................... Page 52-53 Register now.................................................... Page 58


All Ages

Southwest Community Center presents

Halloween

Monster Mash

Fulton Park CC

The wind is howling & the moon is full: it’s time! Wear your costume to impress friends & scare goblins. Get into the spirit & dance with other sociable ghouls, make creepy crafts, & play bewitching games that only come out once a year! 387603 Saturday October 20th 6-8pm Price through 10/19: $8/child, $4/add’l child Price 10/20: $10/child, $5/add’l child Parents and children 23 months & younger: FREE! Multiple child discount NOT available for online registrations; please phone in/come in & mention discount when registering. Meal available for purchase.

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

Director Park

Pre-register for speedy entry AND to save money! Games & Prizes • Obstacle course • Costume contest • Crafts • Movie • Music • Casper’s Corner (baby garden) • Photo fun

Save the date!

Save the date!

February 16th, 2013 Saturday • January 19th • 6-8pm at Southwest Community Center Games • Crafts • Facepainting • Rockwall • More! Power-up Pasta Dinner!

1:30-3pm 10/1-12/12 $3/child 10:30-noon 10/2-12/14 $3/child *Babies under 9 months of age are free *Indoor Park will not run during winter, spring and summer breaks.

Mon/Wed Tu/Th/F

Need time for yourself? Kids experience safe, enriching, ageappropriate activities while you enjoy other programs in our facility. Increased socialization opportunities allow little ones to develop self-confidence & increased self-esteem. A perfect solution! Care available in 30-minute increments, up to 2 hours maximum. Parent must remain on-site. Preschooler parents: Please bring a bag labeled with your child’s name that includes a set of clothes, snack, & water bottle. Offered year-round. Please call ahead for possible holiday & inclement weather closures. Space is limited! Drop-in. *Saturday Childcare is in Kid Central.

Birth-18mos: $2.75 per ½ hour 19mos-8yrs: $2.25 per ½ hour Drop-off & Pick-up: Poolside* Childcare hours: M-F: 8:30-12:30pm • M-Th: 4-6:30pm • Sa*: 9-12pm Register On-Line at www.PortlandParks.org 27

Registration

Drop-in Drop-in

Age Birth-8 Southwest CC

Indoor Park age: 9mo-5 Children’s play is essential in the human development process! Indoor Park is a safe & cooperative playtime for children accompanied and monitored by parents. Encourages the development of motor skills while helping children gain confidence with group interaction & cooperative play on equipment, cars & assorted toys. Network with other parents for support & opportunities. Drop-In program. No charge with a SWCC Active or Annual Pass. See the Gym Schedule for days indoor park is closed. Location: E Gym.

Drop-in Childcare

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Sprout Academy Educational Preschool – 2012-2013

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Must be 2, 3, or 4 on or before September 1st, 2012 for 2012-2013 classes

Preschool for Little Ones

Are You Ready? Play is the essential work of childhood, worthy of respect & encouragement. Curriculum designed to include stories; games & songs provide playful interaction while setting the stage for exploration, socialization & fostering a positive self-concept. Must be 2 on/before September 1, 2012. Time: 8:30-10:30 Teacher: Rachel Tuition: $180/mo Days: Tu, Th Location: Kid Central Time: 10:30-12:30 Teacher: Rachel Tuition: $180/mo Days: Tu, Th Location: Kid Central

Preschool

3s

Creative play in a supportive environment is important to a child’s positive overall development. Make friends playing, painting, singing & sharing. Provides structured time during early childhood to enhance physical, mental, emotional & social growth & development. Child must be potty trained. Must be 3 on/before September 1, 2012. Time: 9-12pm Teacher: Molly Tuition: $245/mo Days: M, W, F Location: Kid Central Time: 1-3:30pm Teacher: Molly Tuition: $180/mo Days: M, W, F Location: Poolside

4s

Preschool - Pre Kindergarten

Make new connections developing social & emotional skills! Opportunities for discovery, exploration & socialization fosters a positive self-concept through activities including ABC’s, arts, numbers, games, stories, songs & themes. Build self-confidence, independence & creative thinking through manipulative activities, reading readiness & positive reinforcement. Must be 4 on/before September 1, 2012. *$15 discount each month when enrolled in MWF & T/Th Pre-K! Time: 1-4pm Teacher: Debi Days: M, W, F Tuition: $160/mo* Location: Kid Central Time: 1-4pm Teacher: Debi Days: Tu, Th Tuition: $160/mo* Location: Kid Central

Check out our Sprout teacher’s bios on www.SproutAcademy.wordpress.com!

Rachel Murphy: 2’s Lead & 4’s Aide

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Sprout is certified ecohealthy by the OEC. Learn more at www.OEConline.org

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Why is Sprout Unique? What is a Green Preschool?

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Sprout Academy is a certified Eco- Healthy school by the Oregon Environmental Council. Our classroom passed a 30-point checklist that evaluated the paint on the walls, the cleaning products we use, the educational materials on the shelves, and more demonstrating that the space meets the OEC’s requirements for certification. The Sprout Academy is a safe place for your child to learn & play. In addition to the physical space being Eco-Healthy, instructors lead by example and teach students the importance of reducing, reusing, repurposing & recycling. We are outdoors as much as possible taking the children through the park to learn how everything is connected and why the environment matters to each of us! We have our own community garden plot as a second classroom in warmer weather. Children learn simple concepts of sustainability and how we can each do our part. You might find your little Sprout teaching you, too!

We did it!

Hillside CC

With YOUR help, the Sprout Academy successfully fundraised for our very own Woolly School Organic Garden that is now installed in the preschool courtyard. Each class participates in planting, maintaining, and harvesting the herbs, veggies, & flowers for a number of the pockets (we have 44 total!). What a fabulous educational resource for our students. Learn more about the project & our donors at www.SproutAcademy.wordpress.com. Again, a heartfelt THANK YOU to all who contributed!

Southwest CC

Registration

Maddie Benfield: 3’s morning Aide

Ming Hom: 3’s afternoon Aide Register On-Line at www.PortlandParks.org 29


Portland Parks & Recreation Portland Public NO School Days

Preschool Winter Break Camps

Kid’s Day Off! age: 3-12 Schools out! Need something to do? Here’s just the ticket! Our thrilling & challenging activities will add excitement to your day! Explore arts & crafts, games, sports & more while haveing a great time making new friends in a safe environment.

Little Adventurers age: 3-5 Would your child love to spend the day just like the Big Kids? Make new friends while building social & communication skills. Find adventure & tour your imagination, experiencing arts & crafts, sports, games, cooking & more!

Age 3-5 yrs: Location: Kid Central

Location: Kid Central 9-1pm: $26

F 10/12 F 11/9 M 11/12 M 11/19 Tu 11/20 W 11/21

AM 387618 387620 387622 387624 387626 387628

Age 6-12 yrs: Location: Multi & Gym F 10/12 F 11/9 M 11/12 M 11/19 Tu 11/20 W 11/21

9-1pm: $26

PM 387619 387621 387623 387625 387627 387629

9-5pm: $40

Full Day 386497 386595 386597 386600 386687 386689

1-5pm: $20

9-1pm: $25

Half Day 386498 386596 386598 386601 386688 386690

M Tu W Th F W Th F

12/17 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/21 12/26 12/27 12/28

AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM AM PM

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1-5pm: $20

Polar Parade Jingle Bells Yuletide Yummies Snowflakes to Snowmen Reindeer Games Singing Silly Songs Grandma’s Apple Pie Celebration Station

INCLUSION SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Within the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) of 1990, Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) provides accommodations to individuals with disabilities/special needs, so that they may receive an equal opportunity to fully participate in programs offered citywide.

How it Works

First choose the activity you’d like to do & the PP&R site at which you’d like to do it. Next, register for the class. When registering, let the person know that you will need accommodations in order to participate in the activity. Once registered, contact Inclusion Services at (503) 823-4328. If this is your first accommodation through Inclusion Services, you will need to do a phone intake with a staff member at that number. At the end of the phone intake it will be determined whether an assistant will be needed on the first day of the activity to provide on-site support at the age-appropriate class. Future assistance will be provided based on need. The inclusion staff will work with the instructor on how to support the participant & accommodate their individual needs. A general program may be adapted using auxiliary aids & services, but the basic structure of the program remains the same. Accommodations are made as needed & can be flexible & creative, ensuring the participant engages as independently as possible. If you have questions about Inclusion Services, please call 503823-4328 V/TTY. A minimum of 10 business days (MondayFriday) advance notice is required. The Inclusion Services staff will do their best to accommodate each participant.

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Youth Winter Break Camps Winter Madness age: 6-12 Lose those ‘wintertime blues’! Make new friends, gain skills & flex your imagination through sports, crafts, & gym games. Create special presents to use as gifts for the holidays in a productive way to spend days out of school. Sign up for just the days you want, but for a minimum of two 1/2 days. Location:

Location: Gym

Location: Multi

12/17 12/18 12/19 12/20 12/21 12/26 12/27 12/28

Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day

Full Day: $40

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9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm 9-5pm 9-1pm

Half Day: $25 386691 386692 386693 386694 386695 386696 386697 386698 386699 386700 386705 386706 386707 386708 386709 386710

Full Day: $40

Celebrate the Season Snowballs & Snowflakes Legends & Superheroes Arctic Adventure Circus, Circus Mad Science Mysteries Reduce, Reuse & Create Calendar Countdown

386494 F 386496 W-F

5-6:30pm 2-5pm

OFA OFA

10/5-11/2 $115 12/26-12/28 $70

Campers spelling out “Southwest Community Center”

Hillside CC

Fencing Basics age: 6-12 Not just for action heroes! Get involved in a sport that sets you apart from the crowd. Great for reflexes, muscle development, control, poise, coordination & stamina. En guarde! Location: Gym East

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M Tu W Th F W Th F

Half Day: $25

Fulton Park CC

Sports Madness age: 6-12 Sample an athletic smorgasbord! Enthusiasm & excitement abound participating in traditional games while discovering new ones. Activities suit both the established & aspiring athlete. Emphasis on team play, cooperation & participation ensure a positive experience for all.

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

Before & After Care Ages 3-12

BEFORE CAMP CARE: 7am-9am AFTER CAMP CARE: 5pm-6pm

Before & After Care pricing is as follows: Minutes

Fee

After Care Example

Cancellation Policy Notify Center no later than Wednesday before 1st day of camp for full refund. A $25 withdrawal fee is charged for withdrawing from a camp valued at or above $76. $15 withdrawal fee is charged for withdrawing from a camp valued at or under $75. Prorated refunds given with late notice. Register On-Line at www.PortlandParks.org 31

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0-5 minutes............ $0........................... 5:00-5:05pm 6-30 minutes.......... $2.50...................... 5:06-5:30pm 31-60 minutes........ $5........................... 5:31-6:00pm 61+ minutes........... $5+$1 per minute.......... 6:01-on

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To support families who need an earlier drop-off or later pickup time, we provide Before & After Camp Care for youth participating in day camps & Kid’s Day Off. Parents/guardians must drop off and pick up children for Before & After Camp Care in person inside the Center. Coupons are $2.50 each and are non-refundable. One coupon is good for 5 to 30 minutes.


Portland Parks & Recreation Cooking & Seasonal - Parent/Child

Art – Parent/Child

Halloween Boo To You! age: 1½-3 Looking for a ‘Happy’ Howl-o-ween? Celebrate together with gentle arts & crafts designed for young children. The fun of creativity & self-expression is emphasized as you create a host of ‘not-so-spooky’ projects. Location: Multi. No class 10/12.

Art Babies! age: 1½-4 Discover the possibilities! It’s all about the experience colors, textures, shapes & sensory sensations. Develops small muscles in fingers, hand-eye coordination, selfexpression & language through adult-child interaction. Great start to a lifetime of imagination! Location: Multi. No Class 11/22.

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Amazing Autumn Adventures age: 1½-4 Laughing leaves & plump pumpkins! Fall is the perfect time of year to create with a little bit of Mother Nature, glue & you. Dabble in a variety of art mediums that free the creative spirit through self-expression. Location: Multi 387554 M

11-11:30am

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10/1-10/29 $27

Kindercrafts - Hauntingly Halloween! age: 1½-4 Surprise & ‘spook’ family & friends with a castle full of boo-tiful & friendly handmade holiday decorations. Work together & develop cooperation through a host of seasonal crafts that will surely delight! Location: Multi 387564 Th

10:30-11am

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Cooking - Mini Chefs age: 2-5 Stir up healthy concoctions! Together, produce goodies while developing rolling, chopping & cutting skills. Encourage cooperative habits, color awareness, build listening & motor skills in safety conscious environment. These treats are sure to delight all rumbling tummies! Location: Multi. No Class 11/21. 387557 M 387562 W

12:15-1pm 4-4:45pm

Ellen Ellen

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10/1-10/29 $33 11/7-12/12 $33

503-823-2840

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9:30-10am

Ellen

11/8-12/13 $27

Messy Art - Wonderful Whimsical Winter age: 1½-4 Warm wooly mittens, large lacey snowflakes & dancing dangling icicles. Discover the magic of Winter! Express your creativity using a variety of art mediums that stimulate the mind, enhance fine motor skills & make for a magical Winter experience. Location: Multi. No Class 11/22. 387579 Th

10:30-11am

Ellen

11/8-12/13 $27

Messy Art - Glitter, Tape & Glue! age: 1½-4 Shiny, sticky & gooey, oh my! Together, expand creative development with projects that increase fine motor skills. Use your imagination to make stunning masterpieces. Location: Multi. No Class 11/23. 387585 F

10:45-11:15am Ellen

11/16-12/14 $24

Wheels, Boats & Planes On The Go! age: 1½-4 VRm! VRm! VRm! It’s time to drive! Develop early social skills & friendships using crafts, projects, stories, songs & games all about transportation. Put it in gear & experience sharing concepts using cooperative play while improving coordination & confidence. Start your engines! Location: Multi 387561 M

11-11:30am

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11/26-12/10 $22


Music & Movement – Parent/Child

Sports & Movement – Parent/Child (cont)

Music - Creepers & Toddlers Explore! age: 6-18mo Increase awareness of basic musical elements including pitch, rhythm & tempo through songs, movement, listening & more. Develop aural responsiveness & social skills in a playtime environment through early childhood music education techniques. Location: Multi

Tumbling For Tots age: 1½-3 Physical activity enhances the development of cognitive skills. Enhance & refine gross motor skills, strengthen shoulder, arm & hand muscles, & develop a sense of balance, strength & coordination. Location:Gym

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

Yohannes Yohannes

10/1-10/29 $27 11/26-12/10 $22

Music - Baby Sing Along age: 1-1½ Discover songs & musical activities with your child. Through hands-on experiences playing bouncing & wiggling musical games, take home new lullabies & songs. Location: Multi 387563 Th

9:30-10am

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10/1-10/29 $27 11/26-12/10 $22

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10/1-10/29 $27 11/16-12/14 $24

Sports & Movement – Parent/Child

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Tumbling - Rumble, Tumble & Roll age: 1½-3 Here’s a chance for your child to exercise their large motor skills! Movement explored & developed through songs, free play on the mats, obstacle courses & creative movement that build strength, flexibility & endurance. Location:Gym. No class 11/21. 387414 M 387415 M 387416 W

10-10:30am 10-10:30am 3:15-3:45pm

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10/1-10/29 $27 11/26-12/10 $22 11/7-12/12 $27

Sports For Little Athletes age: 3-4 Run! Jump! Kick! A first sports experience for the little athlete in the family. A variety of games get your enthusiasts on the right track for future team activities through age appropriate skills that encourage sportsmanship and self esteem. No class 11/20, 11/21. Location: Gym 387600 387601 387602 387606

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

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10/2-10/30 11/6-12/11 10/3-10/31 11/7-12/12

$27 $27 $27 $27

Soccer - Mommy, Daddy & Me age: 2-4 Don’t watch from the sidelines! An introduction to the ‘World’s Most Popular Game! Interact with your child as you both learn the basics - pass, trap, dribble & shoot. Gain confidence, bond & exercise! Location: Gym. No class 10/12, 11/24. 386771 Sa 386772 Sa 387465 F

12-12:30pm 12-12:30pm 9:15-9:45am

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10/6-11/3 $30 11/10-12/15 $30 10/5-11/2 $24

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Bubbles, Balls & Bean Bags age: 1½-3 Toss, chase & pop! Explore things that go up & come down! Together, you & your child discover activities & movements that increase eye-hand coordination, gross motor skills, balance & social interaction. Location: Multi. 387560 M 9:15-9:45am *This is a 3 week class.

Southwest CC

Balls! Balls! Bonanza age: 1½-3 Bounce! Throw! Toss! Kick! Unleash that excess energy in a constructive environment. Engage in independent & group games while developing color recognition, adult/child communication, hand-eye coordination & large motor skills. Get into the ‘sphere’ of fun! Location:Gym

10/3-10/31 $27

Hillside CC

Dance - Movement & Me age: 2-4 Join your child to leap like gazelles & spin like tops while developing music appreciation, rhythm, coordination & strength through introductory dance steps & movement. Build listening & socialization skills while discovering how FUN dancing can be. No class 11/23. Location: Gym

Ellen

Director Park

Sing Tunes For Tots! age: 1½-3 Move & Groove! Together, explore the magic of music through creative movement. Unleash ‘budding’ imaginations with songs, props & fingerplays. Increase body awareness, balance & rhythm using upbeat melodies & motions. Location: Multi

3:15-3:45pm

Fulton Park CC

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Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

11/26-12/10 $22

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One-Time Wednesdays!

$10!

Preschool Arts, Crafts, Cooking & FUN!

One-time Wednesdays! Ages 3-5 No commitment. Economical. Up to 1 hour & 45 minutes of friends & crafty fun while you have time for yourself! Drop off; parents can enjoy the facility or leave SWCC; Not to worry, children in two back-to-back classes will be supervised between classes. Dress for mess & FUN! No class 11/21. 1 Class: $6 2 Classes: $10* Teacher: Jessica Weekly schedule: Messy Art Fun 9-9:45am Tea Parties 10-10:45am Holiday/Seasonal Arts & Crafts 11-11:45am Edible Crafts & Cooking 12-12:45pm • Classes need to be registered for in same transaction • Child may attend maximum 2 classes per day for discount (sorry, no retroactive discounts applied) • Discount not available for online registrations; please phone in/come in & mention discount when registering

• Child must be potty trained & emergency form completed/turned in on first day (kept on file in OTW through the school year)

• Classes do not need to take place on same day to be eligible for discount (any classes/any days!)

• Allergies: Call 503-823-2848 at least 5 days in advance for accommodations

One-Time Wednesday Themes: October 3rd

Monkey Around Autumn ‘Tea-Pee’ Party Fabulous Fall Fling Cooking - Let Food be Fun!

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October 10th

Puppets for You & Me Teddy Tea Autumn Leaves Nature & You Cooking - Seasonal Treats

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October 17th

Media Mix Up Royal Tea Bumpershoots, Big Winds, & Wild Weather Cooking - Bountiful Harvest

October 24th

Messy Art - Super Duper Super Heroes The ‘Nigh-Tea’ Party Bug a Boo Messy Art - Appetizing Edibles

October 31st

Little Ones Halloween Delights A ‘Boo-Tea Ful’ Party Little Ones Perfect Pumpkins Tasty Treats - Batty Bites 34 Southwest Community Center

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November 7th

Dinosaur Delight English Tea Party Nature’s Seasonal Calendar Cooking - Recipe Rock Stars

November 14th

Mister Moon & Twinkling Stars Queen of Hearts Tea Party Turkey Time Thrills Tasty Treats - Turkey Day Delectables

November 28th

Bear Necessities Teddy Tea It’s Raining Cats & Dogs What’s Cooking Around the World

December 5th

Crafts – Mish, Mash, Mush! Gingerbread Castle Tea Party Little Ones - Time to Trim! Cooking -Rainy Day Delights

December 12th

Holidays, Holidays, Holidays! Winter Cocoa Party Little Ones to Mom & Dad with Love Cooking - Winter Cozy Ups

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Ballet - Pre Ballet Where Dreams Begin age: 4-5 Earliest preparation of time honored training in classical ballet. Agility, grace, coordination, movement & rhythm improves strength while providing the nurturing atmosphere to learn the discipline required. No class 11/23. Location: Exercise Studio

Tumbling - Rumble, Tumble & Roll age: 1½-3 Here’s a chance for your child to exercise their large motor skills! Movement explored & developed through songs, free play on the mats, obstacle courses & creative movement that build strength, flexibility & endurance. Location: Gym

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2:15-2:45pm 2:15-2:45pm 2:50-3:20pm 2:50-3:20pm

Michelle Michelle Michelle Michelle

10/5-11/2 11/9-12/14 10/5-11/2 11/9-12/14

$27 $27 $27 $27

Ballet - First Steps age: 6-9 Inspired by the Sugar Plum Fairy & Nutcracker Prince. The time honored training of classical ballet stretches the mind & body while teaching agility, grace, coordination & strength providing a basis for all types of dance, sport & movement. No class on 11/23. Location: Exercise Studio 3:30-4:15pm 3:30-4:15pm

Michelle Michelle

10/05-11/2 $33 11/09-12/14 $33

Ballet - Next Steps age: 6-9 The time honored training of classical ballet continues here, teaching grace, agility & coordination. Gain strength, mobility & control useful in all types of dance, sport & movement. This is the next class progression after ballet – first steps. No class 11/23. Location: Exercise Studio 4:30-5:15am 4:30-5:15am

Michelle Michelle

10/5-11/2 $33 11/9-12/14 $33

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10/1-10/29 $27 11/26-12/10 $22 11/7-12/12 $27

Tumbling For Tots age: 1½-3 Physical activity enhances the development of cognitive skills. Enhance & refine gross motor skills, strengthen shoulder, arm & hand muscles, & develop a sense of balance, strength & coordination. Location: Gym 387466 W

3:15-3:45pm

Ellen

10/3-10/31 $27

Gym Dandies age: 3-4 Do you like to turn upside down? To climb & jump? Tumbling, gymnastic & acrobatic basics explored together with music, mats & movement. Increase balance, mobility & socialization skills using imagination & increasing listening skills. Location: Gym. No class 10/12, 11/23. 387463 M* 3:15-3:45pm 387464 F 10-10:30am 387468 F 10-10:30am *This is a 3 week class.

Ellen Ellen Ellen

11/26-12/10 $22 10/5-11/2 $24 11/16-12/14 $24

Tumble, Twirl, Turn & Twist! age: 3-4 Does your child start moving when the music begins? Discover the joys of combining gymnastics & dance through movement, music, tumbling & apparatus. Gain musicality, poise, balance & flexibility as you tumble & twirl. Location: Gym 387467 W

4-4:45pm

Ellen

10/3-10/31 $33

Southwest CC

Starting September 15th the Active Pass will give you even bigger savings! Why wait? Get your Active Pass today! Visiting Southwest Community Center just twice a week with an Active Pass can save you $35 a month over daily admissions! On September 15th, 2012 daily admission, 10-Visit, and 20-Visit pass fees will increase. The Active Pass fees will not change. 10 and 20-Visit passes are on sale at current prices through Friday, September 14th. Bringing the kids to swim? Grab an extra 20-visit child pass and save $19! Stopping by for a weekly soak in the hot tub? Take home an Adult 20-visit pass and save $42! If you visit SWCC an average of twice a week, the Active Pass is your best bet – only $1.38 each day!

Registration

Hillside CC

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Ellen Ellen Ellen

Director Park

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10-10:30am 10-10:30am 3:15-3:45pm

Fulton Park CC

Dance

Westside Parks

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Portland Parks & Recreation Sports – Preschool & Youth Soccer - Mommy, Daddy & Me age: 2-4 Don’t watch from the sidelines! An introduction to the ‘World’s Most Popular Game! Interact with your child as you both learn the basics - pass, trap, dribble & shoot. Gain confidence, bond & exercise! Location: Gym. No class 10/12, 11/24. 386771 Sa 386772 Sa 387465 F

12-12:30pm 12-12:30pm 9:15-9:45am

Eric Eric Ellen

10/6-11/3 $30 11/10-12/15 $30 10/5-11/2 $24

Sports For Little Athletes age: 3-4 Run! Jump! Kick! A first sports experience for the little athlete in the family. A variety of games get your enthusiasts on the right track for future team activities through age appropriate skills that encourage sportsmanship and self esteem. No class 11/20, 11/21. Location: Gym 387600 387601 387602 387606

Tu Tu W W

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

Blaine Blaine Blaine Blaine

10/2-10/30 11/6-12/11 10/3-10/31 11/7-12/12

$27 $27 $27 $27

Gym Dandies age: 3-4 Do you like to turn upside down? To climb & jump? Tumbling, gymnastic & acrobatic basics explored together with music, mats & movement. Increase balance, mobility & socialization skills using imagination & increasing listening skills. Location: Gym. No class 10/12, 11/23. 387463 M* 3:15-3:45pm 387464 F 10-10:30am 387468 F 10-10:30am *This is a 3 week class.

Ellen Ellen Ellen

11/26-12/10 $22 10/5-11/2 $27 11/16-12/14 $24

Sports Mania age: 3-6 Let’s play all sorts of games. Start with the basics of team play with activities such as t-ball, soccer & basketball. Athletics help increase coordination, listening skills, muscle development & strength. What a blast! No class 11/22. Location: Gym 387631 Th 387632 Th

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

Blaine Blaine

10/4-11/1 $27 11/8-12/13 $27

3-3-3 Savings Program! Register for 3 SWCC preschool, youth, family or adult classes in the same transaction & you will receive $3 off each class! 3-3-3 Registration may only be done in-person, by phone, or by fax. The 3-3-3 savings program does not apply to One Time Wednesdays, aquatic programs, trips, camps, The Sprout Academy, Meal Deal or single day activities.

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Baseball & Softball First At Bat! age: 3-5 Play the game asamerican as apple pie! Enjoy a recreational introduction to the basics of the sport throwing, catching & hitting. No big-league pressure here. Self-esteem soars as ‘little big-leaguers’ develop skills necessary to master game fundamentals. Batter Up! No class on 11/22. Location: Gym 387566 M 9:30-10am 387567* M 9:30-10am 387568 Th 5:30-6pm 387569 Th 10-10:30am 387570 Th 10-10:30am *This is a 3 week class.

Blaine Blaine Travis Blaine Blaine

10/1-10/29 11/26-12/10 10/4-11/1 10/4-11/1 11/8-12/13

$27 $22 $27 $27 $27

Basketball For ‘Lil Dribblers age: 3-5 Dribble! Shoot! Take the ball to the Hoop! If you are ready for the game, here is the place to start! Develop coordination, stamina, ball handling skills, shooting techniques & footwork. No class 11/21. Location: Gym 387586 M 11-11:30am 387587 M* 11-11:30am 387588 W 9:15-9:45am 387589 W 9:15-9:45am *This is a 3 week class.

Blaine Blaine Blaine Blaine

10/1-10/29 11/26-12/10 10/3-10/31 11/7-12/12

$27 $22 $27 $27

Soccer - Start Kicking age: 3-5 Develop your motor skills for dribbling, trapping & kicking with an emphasis on ball control. Basics are introduced using games, obstacles & mini-matches. Increase self-esteem & build a love for the game in a non-competitive environment with emphasis on cooperation & participation. No class 10/10, 11/20, 11/23. Location: Gym 387593 M 10:15-10:45am Blaine 387594* M 10:15-10:45am Blaine 387595 Tu 10-10:30am Blaine 387598 Tu 10-10:30am Blaine 387596 F 9:15-9:45am Blaine 387597 F 9:15-9:45am Blaine *This is a 3 week class.

10/1-10/29 11/26-12/10 10/2-10/30 11/6-12/11 10/5-11/2 11/16-12/14

$27 $22 $27 $27 $24 $27

Soccer - First Timers age: 4-6 Get big kicks from little feet. Basics include dribbling, trapping, coordination & running. Discover team play & make new friends in a safe, positive atmosphere. Skills! Drills! Thrills! Location: Gym. 387572 Th

6:15-6:45pm

Travis

10/4-11/1

$27


Sports – Preschool & Youth Bouldering Wall Basics-Indoors age: 4-6 Learn the fundamentals of climbing without using a rope. Experience simple hold patterns, gradually moving toward more difficult ones. Build self confidence, develop teamwork skills, & strengthen friendships through this challenging, self-paced sport. Location: Gym. No class 10/12, 11/21, 11/23. W W F F

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

Blaine Blaine Blaine Blaine

10/3-10/31 11/7-12/12 10/5-11/2 11/16-12/14

$27 $27 $24 $24

387575 W 387576 W

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

Travis Travis

10/3-10/31 $33 11/7-12/12 $33

5-6:30pm 2-5pm

OFA OFA

10/5-11/2 $115 12/26-12/28 $70

Basketball - Hoop it Up! age: 8-11 Want to play like a pro? This is where they all started! Develop & improve fundamentals including ball handling, shooting techniques & defensive skills while improving endurance, flexibility & strength. Learn special strategies, basic plays & develop a teamwork mentality. No class 11/21. Location: Gym 387582 W 387583 W

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

Travis Travis

10/3-10/31 $33 11/7-12/12 $33

Skateboarding Skateboarding - Jump On Board age: 7-12 Set and reach new skateboarding goals while building healthy confidence on your board! Learn about skatepark etiquette, safety, & skateboarding fundamentals. Improve your balance, mechanics, riding skills & control. Get up, get excited! Let’s skate! Location: Skatepark. Tu Tu Th Th

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

Boomer Boomer Sean Sean

9/18-10/16 9/18-10/16 9/20-10/18 9/20-10/18

$33 $33 $33 $33

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

Blaine Blaine

Southwest CC

Lacrosse - Stars Of The Future age: 6-9 Did you know that Lacrosse is consideredamerica’s first sport? A centuries old game that combines basketball, soccer & hockey. Develop speed & quickness while learning stick handling skills & game rules. Anyone can play it--the big or the small! No class Oct. 12th. Location: Gym. No class 11/23. 10/5-11/2 $29 11/16-12/14 $29

3-3:45pm 3-3:45pm

Blaine Blaine

Registration

Soccer - Basics age: 6-9 Real football, real fun! Dribble, pass, shoot & score. Develop basic techniques that help build your skills while playing the world’s most popular, fast moving game. It’s a real kick! No class 10/12, 11/23. Location: Gym 387555 F 387556 F

Hillside CC

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Director Park

Basketball For Little Stars age: 5-7 Do you have a prospective ball player or someone who just wants to learn the game? Improve motor skill development while practicing the fundamentals of shooting, passing & dribbling techniques. Teamwork & sportsmanship emphasized in a non-competitive fun environment. No class Nov. 21st. Location: Gym

386494 F 386496 W-F

Fulton Park CC

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Fencing Basics age: 6-12 Not just for action heroes! Get involved in a sport that sets you apart from the crowd. Great for reflexes, muscle development, control, poise, coordination & stamina. En guarde! Location: Gym East

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

10/5-11/2 $29 11/16-12/14 $29

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SWCC Basketball - Preschool & Youth

Basketball age: 4-7 Little Kidz League keep don’t We ing! everyth for time first a There’s g such as buildin skill on trate concen can you score, so throw? free a is What g! shootin & passing dribbling, on played are Games up! it Hoop ball? Or a jump s can 2. Kid or 1 week played not are and baskets 8-foot ting comple after League r’s Hoope Little to move up Little Kidz League. Location: Gym. No Class 11/20. 387550 Tu

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Looking for KBA? Third and fourth grade KBA league has been moved to Winter Session. It will start in January 2013. Basketball For ‘Lil Dribblers age: 3-5 Dribble! Shoot! Take the ball to the Hoop! If you are ready for the game, here is the place to start! Develop coordination, stamina, ball handling skills, shooting techniques & footwork. Location: Gym. No class 11/21. 387586 M 11-11:30am 387587 M* 11-11:30am 387588 W 9:15-9:45am 387589 W 9:15-9:45am *This is a 3 week class.

Blaine Blaine Blaine Blaine

10/1-10/29 11/26-12/10 10/3-10/31 11/7-12/12

$27 $22 $27 $27

Basketball For Little Stars age: 5-7 Do you have a prospective ball player or someone who just wants to learn the game? Improve motor skill development while practicing the fundamentals of shooting, passing & dribbling techniques. Teamwork & sportsmanship emphasized in a non-competitive fun environment. No class 11/21. Location: Gym 387575 W 387576 W

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

Travis Travis

38 Southwest Community Center

10/3-10/31 $33 11/7-12/12 $33

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Basketball

Little Hoopers League Grade: 1-2

Dribble, pass, shoot & SCORE! Entry level leagu e for the Michael Jordans to be. Focus on skill deve lopment, teamwork & fun! Eight foot hoops used and t-shi rts included. Sign up for the practice day that is conv enient. For kids in 1st & 2nd grade. Games will be on Saturdays (between 10am-2pm). No practice or games 11/1 911/24. 387551 M, Sa 5:15-6:15pm 387552 Tu, Sa 5:15-6:15pm 387553 Tu, Sa 6:15-7:15pm

TBD TBD TBD

10/22-12/15 10/23-12/15 10/23-12/15

$75 $75 $75

Attention Parents: Volunteers are needed to run this program. This is a non-competitiv e, beginning basketball league geared to the devel opmental needs of 1st & 2nd graders. An information meet ing will be held during the beginning of the first pract ice. Teams are co-ed & are established at the end of the first practices, mixing player abilities, gender, age & school. We will not keep pre-established teams together. Once teams are set, there will be no adjustments. Gam es are Saturday morning in the SWCC gym. Later registrations accepted pending space available.

Basketball - Hoop it Up! age: 8-11 Want to play like a pro? This is where they all started! Develop & improve fundamentals including ball handling, shooting techniques & defensive skills while improving endurance, flexibility & strength. Learn special strategies, basic plays & develop a teamwork mentality. No class 11/21. Location: 387582 W 387583 W

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

Travis Travis

10/3-10/31 $33 11/7-12/12 $33


Southwest Community Center Gymnastics Academy SWCC’S Gymnastics programs are designed to increase coordination, strength, flexibility, balance, body awareness, self esteem & confidence. Participants may progress at their own pace through the skill levels listed for each class. No Class 11/21, 11/22.

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

Beam

Floor

Gymnastics Preschool

Straight jump off spring board, straight jump off vault, donkey kicks, jumping to the vault block onto knees/feet.

Straddle swing/straddle hold, tuck swing/tuck hold, one or two feet on the bar while holding on with both hands, swing on bars with body control.

Straight walk across, sideways walk across, straight walk on tip toes.

Forward roll on incline mat.

Gymnastics Preschool Too!

Jumping to the vault block onto knees/feet, straight jump off spring board to feet hold landing, tuck jump off vault, donkey kicks, hurdle swing.

Straddle swing, pike swing, tuck swing, toes to bars, swing with body control, skin the cat.

Straight walk across, sideways walk across, straight walk on tip toes, sideways walk on tiptoes, straight jump down from beam hold landing, forward kicks.

Forward roll on incline mat, backward roll on incline mat.

Gymnastics I Beginning

Donkey kick legs intro to handstand, hurdle with arm circle onto spring board, straight jump off spring board, squat on vault, tuck jump off vault.

Front support, skin the cat, pullovers, forward roll dismount, swing with body control, front support with swinging legs.

Tiptoe forward, tiptoe sideways, arabesques, front kicks, intro turn on toes, tuck jump off.

Forward & backward roll on floor, intro to cartwheel, intro to handstand.

Gymnastics II Beginning Continued

Donkey kicks into handstand, hurdle with arm circle onto spring board, tuck jump off spring board, pike onto vault, squat onto vault.

Front support, pullover, forward roll dismount, cast, skin the cat, cast push away dismount, tuck jump off beam.

Straight jump, arabesques, forward kicks, ½ turn dismount, pivot turns, levers left and right, tuck jump off beam.

Forward & backward roll on floor, cartwheel, bridges, backwards walkover, handstand.

Ages 6-10

Ages 6-10

Ages 4-6

Bars

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

age: 4-6 TBD TBD

10/3-10/31 $38 11/7-12/12 $38

Gymnastics - Preschoolers Too! 387000 W 387001 W

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

TBD TBD

age: 4-6 10/3-10/31 $38 11/7-12/12 $38

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

age: 6-10 TBD TBD

10/4-11/1 $38 11/8-12/13 $38

Gymnastics - II Beginning Continued 386992 Th 386993 Th

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

Southwest CC

Gymnastics - I Beginning 386990 Th 386991 Th

Hillside CC

Gymnastics - Preschool

TBD TBD

age: 6-10

10/4-11/1 $38 11/8-12/13 $38

Register for 3 SWCC classes and receive $3 off each class!*

*restrictions apply, see details on page 36.

Photo: A future gymnast practices on the bar.

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3-3-3 Savings Program!

Director Park

Vault

Fulton Park CC

Ages 4-6

SWCC Gymnastics Academy Skill Progression


Portland Parks & Recreation

Martial Arts Come get your ‘kicks’ with us! Discover the traditional Korean martial art of Taekwon-Do. Great lifelong aerobic exercise for the entire family. Emphasis on the 5 tenets of TaekwonDo: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, & indomitable spirit. Achieve your black belt goals!

Lead instructors: Master Cynthia Brown, 6th degree & Aaron Brown, 5th degree black belts. Class supported by additional Black belts allowing for small group instruction as well. Photo (above): Students in the Tae Kwon Do First Kicks class practice their hand techniques

Class Structure: Warm-ups, hand techniques, forms, kicking drills, combination & non-contact sparring. Advanced students demonstrate strength through the breaking of woods boards.

Registration: New students are accepted throughout the month. Class is very popular so sign up for all three months or risk being bumped. Registrants must drop by end of 1st week to get a refund.

Tae Kwon Do - First Kicks age: 5-7 A beginning class in Tae Kwon Do, a Korean martial art similar to Karate. The class teaches self defense using kicks, blocks, punches, strikes both as an exercise program & as a means of self defense. Flexibility & strength are increased through movement developed over hundreds of years in Asia. Emphasizes cooperation, self control & a non-competitive, nonviolent approach to martial arts. Location: Multi. 386483 Tu 386484 Tu 386485 Tu

5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm

Brown Brown Brown

10/2-10/30 $26 11/6-11/27 $26 12/4-12/18 $20

Tae Kwon Do - Traditional age: 7 & up Come get your ‘kicks’ with us! Discover a traditional non-contact Korean martial art. Great lifelong aerobic exercise for the entire family. Emphasis on the five tenets of Tae Kwon Do: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and indomitable spirit. Achieve your black belt goals! Location: Gym East. 386486 Tu,Th 6:30-7:30pm 386487 Th,Tu 6:30-7:30pm 386488 Tu,Th 6:30-7:30pm

Brown Brown Brown

10/2-10/30 $50 11/1-11/29 $50 12/4-12/27 $45

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Photo (above): Roger Moore doing double jumping Box kick.

With 3 years of TKD classes at SWCC, I am thrilled with the confidence, focus, grace, discipline and dignity that the class has instilled in my daughter Rowan, age 8. They don’t just focus on TKD but also grades, and how to be a helpful, respectful part of society. Rowan’s favorite part of class is learning her new forms. ~ Cole Budlong

3-3-3 Savings Program! Register for 3 SWCC classes and receive $3 off each class!*

*restrictions apply, see details on page 36.


Prices start at

$25!

Southwest Community Center Party Packages & Facility Rentals

Fulton Park CC

Create your dream party!

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

1. Choose an Activity 2. Choose a Party Package or Facility Rental Swim Parties can be booked as:

Gym Parties must be booked as:

• A PARTY PACKAGE • OR • A FACILITY RENTAL •

• A PARTY PACKAGE •

all swim admissions included for up to the max. # of guests per package.

must pay swim admission fees at the time of booking for estimated # of swimming guests.

1hr Room Rental, Table Cover & Balloons

• Deluxe Party Party Plus Package + Cups, Plates, Napkins, Forks • Teen Party* 2hr Room Rental + Semi-Private Pool or Gym Rental

*Please view our Teen Party flyer or call a coordinator for pricing & details

Hillside CC

Party Packages: • Party Plus Party Host, Choice of Activity (up to 2hr Swim or 1hr Gym),

Director Park

Swimming - Gym - Bouldering - Indoor Park - Do It Yourself - Facility Rental

Facility Rentals: • 1hr Room Rental, Tables & Chairs, plus 15 minute set-up & clean-up time • Looking for a Private Pool Rental? Call a party Coordinator for availability & pricing

Party Packages

Facility Rentals

Room Options

Party Plus

Deluxe Party

Fri-Sun Rate

Mon-Thu Rate**

Refundable Deposit

1-15 guests

Poolside 1 or 2

$160

$185

$60/hr

$25/hr

$50 per room

16-30 guests

Poolside All, Multi Purpose 1 or 2

$200

$235

$80/hr

$25/hr

$75 per room

31-75 guests

Multi Purpose All

$250

$300

$135/hr

$25/hr

$100 per room

**Monday-Thursday Rental Rates do not apply on holidays or winter & spring breaks for Portland Public Schools.

Call a Party Coordinator Today: 503-823-2849 (M-F: 12-4pm)

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3. Find your price! Don’t forget the party upgrades on the next page!


Portland Parks & Recreation Adult 18+

NEW! SWCC is proud to present two FREE workshops for

ALL parents of children age 5 & under! Portland Parks & Recreation partners with MESD (Multnomah Education Services District) and MECP (Multnomah Early Childhood Program) to offer the highest quality classes & camps for all participants. Here is the latest & greatest benefit of our partnership that we are excited to bring to you! These workshops are FREE of charge and open to ALL parents/caregivers regardless of a child’s level of physical, social, or emotional development. Location: Multi Purpose.Space is limited; please call 503-823-2848 to reserve your spot! Hillary Hyde, MSW is the EI/ECSE Outreach Specialist for the Multnomah Early Childhood Program (MECP) at Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) of Multnomah County. She spends most of her time working with families who have children birth through age 5. Hillary has also worked with divorcing families and blended families for 15 years. At home in SW Portland she is busy with her 12-year-old son’s school and enjoys sports, cooking, reading, gardening, walking her dog, and hopping in the car for a road trip whenever possible.

Estate Planning For Your Family age: 18+ Why wait? Prepare your family today for the unexpected tomorrow by safeguarding your assets & healthcare wishes! Gain important information about wills & probate, living trusts, health directives, powers of attorney & guardian issues. Explore startegies to retain complete control over whom, how & when your estate is distributed. Discover the best way to protect yourself & your loved ones! Location: Multi 387599 W

6:30-8pm

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Wednesday • October 24, 6:30-8pm Local Resources and Programs for Families with Young Children (5 and Under) As our children grow and we navigate the world of parenting young children, it can be helpful to know what resources are available to families. The four paths for resources include the medial system, the education system, social services and private businesses. We will discuss each of these and look at what families often search for.

Wednesday • November 7, 6:30-8pm Parent Development: Becoming the Parent You Want to Be Children are not the only members of the family who grow and develop. We are usually focused on child development - but for a change we will look at how parents develop. Parent development is spurred by child development. The two are interrelated, and we will take a look at how they interact. This class is geared towards families who have children 5 and under.

Estate Planning Made Easy age: 18+ Don’t procrastinate! Receive practical advice to safeguard your assets & health care wishes during & after your lifetime. Acquire up-to-date knowledge about wills, living trusts, health care documents, issues regarding guardianship, conservatorship plus power of attorney. Explore strategies to minimize or eliminate Oregon estate taxes, avoid probate & retain complete control over to whom, how & when your estate is distributed. Essential information for anyone! Location: Multi 387592 W

Try us for $2

Drop-in to Southwest Community Center for only $2! Group Exercise Classes • Water Exercise Classes Fitness Center • Open Gym activities • Lap Swim

*Please note that some programs are not eligible for the “Try Us For $2” program. Examples include but are not limited to registered activities, Kid Central, and Camp Before & After Care. **This offer is limited to individuals who are new to Southwest Community Center. Course #s: Fall: 383598

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Adult 55+

385863 Tu

10-12pm

Paul C.

10/2-11/13 $26.25

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12:15-2:15pm Paul C.

10/2-11/13 $26.25

385455 Tu

2:30-4:30pm

Paul C.

10/2-11/13 $26.25

Van Trip - Exploring Portland age: 55 & up A crown jewel of the Pacific NW, the City of Roses offers an amazing culture & independent spirit. Many people are discovering the joys & benefits of actively participating in local community. Visit & enjoy fascinating destinations. Fee includes three-course lunch prepared by professional culinary arts students. Bring $7 for admission to Pittock Mansion. Van departs from Southwest Community Center, 6820 SW 45th, promptly at 11:30. Parking is available in the lot or on the street. Meet in the lobby. If using a wheelchair, motorized scooter or need special assistance, please contact Senior Recreation at 503-8234328 as soon as possible. Location: SWCC Lobby. 384838 Tu

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Director Park

Painting - Acrylics & Oils age: 55 & up Express your creative side on canvas. Unleash that hidden talent through individual expression using still life, landscapes, reproductions & photographs. Discover skills in technique & perspective in a relaxing setting. Location: Multi.

Watercolor For All age: 55 & up Express your creativity exploring basics to advanced. Use techniques such as sketching, mixing colors & laying washes to develop a unique style. Discover elements of light & shadow, composition & texture that you can bring to all the visual arts. Location: Multi.

Fulton Park CC

Drawing - All Levels age: 55 & up Discover your hidden talents through the basics using charcoal & pencils. Find out how fun & easy it is as it builds the self-confidence of beginners or advanced students! Simple-to-understand instruction taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Class will focus on drawing approach & technique, with emphasis on composition, the elements of art, principles of design & perspective. Bring basic drawing supplies to first class, instructor will talk about additional supplies. Pencil. Eraser. Sketch Pad. To receive a refund or credit please call 3 working days in advance of class start date. Location: Multi.

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

Hillside CC

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Portland Parks & Recreation Water Workouts Exercising in the water cushions the impact, reducing stress on the joints while supporting the muscles and promoting more efficient toning. Twelve times more resistant than air, water allows triple strength gains over land aerobics! In addition, heart rates are lower in the water, allowing for optimal fat burning and less fatigue. Check out our shallow or deep-water classes, and enjoy the benefits!

Water Workouts Schedule

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LAP SWIM (Lap Pool): We will make every attempt to have 1-2 lap lanes available, at all times, for adult lap swimmers. Up to 6 lap lanes will be available at designated times, call 503-823-2840 for a complete schedule of lap lanes available during operating hours. PAC (Portland Aquatic Club): Mon-Fri 4pm-5:30pm PIL: Mon-Fri 7:30pm-9:00pm (Nov. 5-Feb. 8) Jesuit: Mon-Fri 2:45pm-4pm (Nov. 5-Feb. 8) LAP SWIM ETIQUETTE: “Circle Swimming” is necessary when more than two people are in a lane. Lane lines divide lap lanes. Think of the lane as a highway, always stay on the right hand side. Like a highway lap lanes may become crowded, at these times “circle swimming” is a necessity. Lap lanes are designated according to a swimmer’s speed: slow, medium, and fast. Look at the yellow markers at the end of the pool to find your appropriate lane.

GREAT Birthday Parties!

Have your party during open swim hours. Parties include scheduled use of a party room and up to 2 hours of swim time! Call a Birthday Party Coordinator at 503-823-2849 Semi & Private Pool Rental Hours Available Saturday 6:05-8:05pm Sunday 6:30-8:30pm After-Hours rental times are available. *** Pool parties must adhere to SWCC pool height requirement and adult supervision ratios for their group.

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Pregnancy Aquaerobics Fitness

Aquaerobics: Energize youself with this invigorating workout! This shallow water class focuses on cardiovascular fitness with special attention to strength and flexibility. All fitness and swimming levels are welcome! Aquapower: Experience the difference in deep water, using buoyant and resistant equipment for an excellent cardiovascular workout with zero impact! Aquapower is designed for all levels. Participants should be comfortable in deep water. S.M.I.L.E.: (Slower Movement Intensity Lowered Exercise) – This shallow water class focuses on improving circulation, strength, range of motion, and flexibility through low-impact exercise. Pregnancy Fitness: A gentle paced aerobic activity with strength and stretching exercises – all utilizing the freedom and support of the water. Pregnant or postpartum participants join any class. The specific pregnancy fitness classes are designed so participants may enjoy the camaraderie of others experiencing the same growth and labors of pregnancy.


SWCC POOL SCHEDULE • September 15th - January 6st

FAMILY and OPEN PLAY SWIM TIMES Call 503 823-2840 for pool information.

OPEN PLAY SWIM

*Children under 18 years of age must be supervised by a parent or guardian in the water.

Monday & Wednesday 7pm-9pm, Leisure Pool & Slide open

Monday - Thursday 11:30am - 1:30pm Slide will not be available Friday 11am - 2:30pm Slide will be available after 12pm

Sunday 10:30am - 12:30pm Slide Open

Friday 2:30-9:00pm, Leisure Pool & Slide Open Saturday 1:30pm - 6pm, Slide & Rope Swing Open Sunday 12:30pm - 4pm, Slide & Rope Swing Open

Director Park

Saturday 11:30am - 1:30pm Slide Open

Tuesday & Thursday SWIM LESSONS, no open play swims

Fulton Park CC

FAMILY SWIM*

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

Extra Swim Times & Special Days! 9/2-9/14 10/12

During the extra swim times above the slide opens at noon, and the rope swing is open from 1:00-4:00pm

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• 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 18 years of age or older (or parent or guardian) who shall remain responsible for them and their safety.

Southwest CC

• Swimmers 48” and over can attend Open Play Swim on their own.

Hillside CC

PLEASE NOTE:

Annual Maintenance Closed Inservice Day 11:00-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 11/9 Teacher Planning 11:00-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 11/12 Veteran’s Day 11:30-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 11/19-21 Parent Conferences 11:30-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 11/22 Thanksgiving Day Closed 11/23 Schools Closed 11:00-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 12/17-12/21 Winter Break 11:30-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 12/24 Christmas Eve Day Closed 12/25 Christmas Day Closed 12/26-12/28 Winter Break 11:30-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-9:00 Open Play Swim 12/31 New Years Eve Day 11:30-1:00pm Family Swim 1:00-2:30 Open Play Swim 1/1 New Years Day 11:30-1:00pm Family Swim 1:000-5:30 Open Play Swim


Portland Parks & Recreation Lesson Descriptions If your child has had more than a 3-month break from swimming lessons, they should repeat the previous level as a refresher course. Classes designed to have one instructor: • 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

Parent/Child Lessons 6mo-3yrs Angelfish 6 - 18mo

Starfish 18mo - 3yrs

New to the pool? Together, discover the wonders of the water through exciting songs & activities as your little fish acclimates to the new world of water. Experience bubble blowing, kicking, assisted floats & glides while developing confidence & coordination. Be a ‘star’ in the water! Gain additional water adjustment & increase confidence. Toddlers will develop more independence, body awareness & control in the water. Practice more floats, kicks, jumps and glides . . . together!

Youth Lessons 6yrs & older Penguin

For the non-swimmer. Provides water adjustment activities, front and back floats and glides, kickboard skills.

Otter

Must be comfortable in water, able to front glide with kick (steamboat) 10 feet. Back float unassisted.

Seal

Must be able to crawl stroke without breathing for 20 feet and kick on back for 15 feet unassisted.

Polar Bear

Must be able to crawl stroke with beathing for 30 feet, backcrawl for 30 feet.

Sea Lion

Must be able to crawl stroke with breathing for 50 feet and back crawl for 50 feet.

Piranha

Optional level, may be taken any time after completion of Sea Lion. Works on turns, competitive strokes, starts drills & endurance. Offered in the Summer season only.

Dolphin

Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke, backcrawl and elementary backstroke. Knowledge of breaststroke.

Park Shark

Must be able to dive in and swim 50 yards crawl stroke, backcrawl, elementary backcrawl and breaststroke.

Park Shark II

Must be able to swim 50 yards each of breaststroke, backcrawl, sidestroke, and front crawl with good technique.

Preschool Lessons age 3-5yrs Goldfish

For the non-swimmer. Provides water adjustment activities, front and back floats and glides, kickboard skills.

Penguin

For the non-swimmer who can put their face (including eyes) in the water and blow bubbles for 5 seconds.

Otter

Must be comfortable in water and able to front glide with kick (steamboat) 5 feet. Back float unassited.

Seal

Must be able to crawl stroke without breathing for 15 feet and kick on back for 10 feet unassisted.

Must be able to front dive unassisted Intro to Springboard and be at least a Sea Lion level swimmer. Offered at Dishman & Diving Wilson Pools.

Adult Lessons Lessons Adult For Beginner and Intermediate swimmers.

Pre Competetive League

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Dive into action with The Blue Macos! Are you into speed, competition & perfecting your technique? Strut your stuff in this pre-competitive league, racing against other pools in Portland at quarterly mockswim meets. Receive one hour per week coaching on Butterfly, Backstroke, Breastroke, & Freestyle including competitive dives & turns. Not for US Swimmers. Saturday 11:30am-12:30pm Fee: $60 resident / $78 non resident 9/29 - 12/8 no class 11/24


Session Dates SAT SUN M/W T/TH M/W T/TH

9/29 - 12/8 9/30 -12/9 10/1 - 10/29 10/2 - 11/1 11/5 - 12/12 11/6 - 12/13

10 lessons - No class 11/24 10 lessons - No class 11/25 9 lessons 10 lessons 9 lessons - No class 11/12, 19, 21 10 lessons - No class 11/20,11/22

SATURDAY MORNING CLASSES 10:20 Starfish 8:35 Angelfish Goldfish Goldfish Penguin (pre) Penguin (pre) Otter (pre) (yth) Otter (yth) Seal (yth) Dolphin Park Shark I & II Synchro 10:55 Starfish 9:10 Starfish Goldfish Penguin (pre) Penguin (yth) Otter (pre) (yth) Seal (yth) Seal (yth) Polar Bear Polar Bear Sea Lion 9:45 Angelfish Synchro Continuing Goldfish Penguin (pre) (yth) 11:30 The Blue Macos Adult Beginner Otter (yth) Seal (pre)

Open Kayak Time! Bring your boat to the pool! 6:30-8:30pm • $9 per boat • $4 each add’l person

You must pre-register. 9/23 #389148 10/14 #389149 11/18 #389150 12/9 #389151 Please make sure your boat is clean and free of debris. A hose will be available on the sundeck.

Leisure Pool and Spa will not be available during this time.

Private & Semi-Private Lessons All levels and skills taught. Staffing and scheduling dependent upon instructor availability. To schedule lessons, fill out a request form located in the Aquatics office. Requests will be filled on a first come first served basis, as space is available during regular lesson times.

PRIVATE LESSONS: One instructor to one student. $60.00/hr (resident) $78.00/hr (non-resident) 2.5 hour minimum for children and adults.

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SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS: One instructor per two to three students. 10 lessons for $95.00 (resident) $123.50 (non-resident).

Southwest CC

$52.50 (resident) $68.25 (non-resident) $47.25 (resident) $61.42 (non-resident)

Hillside CC

WEEKDAY AFTERNOON / EVENING CLASSES MON/WED TUE/THUR 4:00 Goldfish 3:50 Goldfish Penguin (pre) Penguin (pre) Otter (pre) (yth) Otter (pre) Seal (yth) Sea Lion Polar Bear 4:25 Goldfish 4:35 Goldfish Penguin (pre) Penguin (pre) Otter (yth) Otter (pre) (yth) Seal (yth) Seal (pre) Park Shark I & II Polar Bear 5:00 Angelfish 5:10 Starfish Goldfish Penguin (pre) (yth) Penguin (pre) Otter (pre) (yth) Otter (pre) (yth) Seal (yth) Polar Bear 5:45 Goldfish 5:35 Starfish Penguin (pre) Goldfish Otter (yth) Penguin (pre) (yth) Seal (yth) Otter (pre) Polar Bear Seal (yth) Dolphin 6:10 Goldfish 6:20 Penguin (pre) Penguin (pre) Otter (pre) Otter (yth) Seal (pre) (yth) Seal (pre) (yth) Polar Bear Polar Bear Sealion 6:45 Goldfish Penguin (pre) Otter (pre) (yth) Dolphin 7:20 Penguin (pre) Otter (pre) Seal (yth) Polar Bear Sea Lion 8:00 Adult

Adult 10 lessons 9 lessons

Director Park

WEEKDAY MORNING CLASSES MON/WED TUE/THUR 9:00 Angelfish 9:00 Angelfish Goldfish Goldfish 9:35 Penguin (pre) 9:35 Starfish Otter (pre) Otter (pre) 10:10 Starfish 10:10 Penguin (pre) Goldfish Seal (pre) 10:45 Penguin (pre) 10:45 Goldfish Otter (pre) Penguin (pre)

Youth/Aquaducks (Parent & Child) 10 lessons $47.50 (resident) $61.75 (non-resident) 9 lessons $42.75 (resident) $55.57 (non-resident)

Fulton Park CC

Swim Lesson Classes

Swim Lesson Fees

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation


Portland Parks & Recreation

SWCC Gym Schedule - Fall 2012

OPEN GYM Southwest Community Center offers an Open Gym setting for youth and adults to play basketball and volleyball at various times Monday through Sunday.

See the schedule below for days and times. Hours and dates subject to change

Indoor Park

All Ages 5:30-8:45am

Circuit Training 7:10-8:10am

Saturday

All Ages 10am-4pm

noon-2pm

*All Ages 2-7pm

5pm

9pm

Adult 30 & up Team Play 7:30-9:30am

Adult Basketball

noon-2pm

4pm

6pm 7pm 8pm

Adult Basketball Team Play 18 & up 7:30-9:30pm

Sunday

10:30-noon

Youth 18 & under 3-5pm

3pm

Youth 18 & under 3-4pm

2pm

10:30-noon

Adult Basketball

noon-2pm

1:30-3:30

1pm

Adult Basketball

5:30-8:45am

Friday

Indoor Park Indoor Park

10:30-noon

Indoor Park

Noon

All Ages

Youth 18 & under 3-5pm

11am

Thursday

1:30-3:30

9am 10am

5:30-8:45am

Indoor Park

8am

All Ages

Youth 18 & under 3-4pm

7am

Wednesday All Ages 5:30-8:45am

6am

Tuesday

Circuit Training 7:10-8:10am

Monday All Ages 5:30-8:45am

Hours 5am

Circuit Training 7:10-8:10am

= Times when Southwest Community Center has classes or activites scheduled.

Adult Volleyball REC PLAY 7:30-9:30pm

Adult Basketball Team Play 18 & up 7:30-9:30pm

Adult Volleyball

POWER PLAY

7:30-9:30pm

Adult 30 & up Team Play 4-6pm

Open Gym Half Gym

7:30-9pm

10pm *No Indoor Playpark: 10/12, 11/9, 11/12, 11/19-11/23, 12/17-12/28 *Limited hours during our annual building maintenance 9/6-9/18. *Groups are not permitted to use Open Gym time for practices. Call 503-823-2849 and speak with a coordinator to learn about our new Gym Practice Rental Policy. *Open REC Volleyball: Open for all skill levels to enjoy! *Power Play Volleyball: For experienced players only (18 & up)! * No Adult Basketball when kids are out of school: October 12, November 9, 12, 19, 21, 23, December 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 28.

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Director Park

Hillside CC

Southwest CC

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Hillside CC

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Portland Parks & Recreation Admission Benefits

20-Visit Card

Our Daily Admission fee, Active Pass, 20-Visit Card, & 10-Visit Card provide access to all drop-in activities. Swim lessons, specialized camps and classes are offered at a set fee – no additional admission fee will be charged when participating in these classes.

To accommodate guests who plan to visit Southwest Community Center frequently or who wish to bring in a larger group of visitors we offer 20 Visit Cards. These cards provide unlimited day-use of the facility and its drop-in programs at a discounted rate.

Daily Fee Our Daily Admission fee provides unlimited access, for the entire day, to all drop-in activities offered in the Center! Swim laps in the morning, enjoy a “Body Buff” aerobic class at noon, and shoot hoops in the evening... all for the cost of one daily admission fee!

General Admission Fees Tots: 0-2yrs Free Child: 3-12 yrs $3.50 Teens: 13-17 yrs $4.75 Adults: 18-59 yrs $6.50 Seniors: 60 yrs & up $4.75

SWCC Active Pass Don’t want to fill out paperwork each year? This is the pass for you. The SWCC Active Pass provides ongoing access to drop-in programs throughout the facility. Tots 0-2 Child 3-12 Teens 13-17 Adults 18-59 Senior 60+

Resident

General

Monthly Cost/day Monthly Cost/day Fee Fee Free Free Free Free $23 74¢ $30 97¢ $32 $1.03 $41 $1.32 $43 $1.38 $56 $1.81 $32 $1.03 $41 $1.32

*Senior Couple $48 Parent/Child $58 *Family $62

$1.55 $1.87 $2.00

$62 $75 $81

$2.00 $2.41 $2.61

For your convenience, Active Passes will auto-renew each month. Simply pay your first monthly fee upon registering, and all future monthly payments are deducted directly from your debit or credit card. *Family denotes a couple (married or domestic) and their legal dependants.

Merchandise for Sale For your convenience, a variety of items are available for sale at our Front Reception Desk. For a complete list of merchandise available on sale, stop by or call 503-823-2840.

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Resident Fee Cost/visit Tots 0-2 Free Free Child 3-12 $59.50 $2.98 Teens 13-17 $80.75 $4.04 Adults 18-59 $110.50 $5.53 Senior 60+ $80.75 $4.04

General Fee Cost/visit Free Free $63 $3.15 $85.50 $4.28 $117 $5.85 $85.5 $4.28

10-Visit Card To accommodate guests who plan to visit Southwest Community Center occasionally, or who wish to bring in a group of visitors we offer 10 Visit Cards. These cards provide unlimited day-use of the facility and its drop-in programs at a discounted rate. Resident Fee Cost/visit Tots 0-2 Free Free Child 3-12 $31.50 $3.15 Teens 13-17 $42.75 $4.28 Adults 18-59 $58.50 $5.85 Senior 60+ $42.75 $4.28

General Fee Cost/visit Free Free $33.25 $3.33 $45.13 $4.51 $61.75 $6.18 $45.13 $4.51

Annual Pass Resident Fee Cost/visit Tots 0-2 Free Free Child 3-12 $276 75¢ Teens13-17 $384 $1.04 Adults 18-59 $516 $1.39 Seniors 60+ $384 $1.04 Families $744 $2.02

General Fee Cost/visit Free Free $360 90¢ $492 $1.25 $672 $1.69 $492 $1.25 $872 $2.45

Annual Pases are to be paid in full at the time of registration. Please see the Active Pass if you are interested in monthly payments. Active and Annual Pass Holders complete the same Pass Holder Agreement.

Non-Resident Cards Non-Residents of the City of Portland may purchase a NonResident Card which will give the holder “resident status & rates” when signing up for Portland Parks & Recreation classes & activities. Does not apply to passes of indefinite length. 3-month Card: 6-month Card: 9-month Card: 1 year Card:

Individual $25.00 Individual $45.00 Individual $65.00 Individual $85.00

Family $ 50.00 Family $ 90.00 Family $130.00 Family $170.00


Scholarship/Financial Assistance Financial assistance and fee reduction is available to those residents of the City of Portland that apply for assistance and meet standard eligibility requirements. The Scholarship Assistance Application will be available at the Center, and will also be distributed through social service providers. For more information, or to request an application, call 503-823-2840.

Fulton Park CC

Parking Recommendations

Westside Parks

Portland Parks & Recreation

Please park in designated parking spots only. When in the parking lot, we encourage you to drive slowly. Carpool, walk, bike or take Tri-Met to the Center. In the evenings after 5pm and on weekends, you can park in the Vermont Hills Shopping Center parking lot located at the south corner of SW 45th Ave. and Vermont.

Locker Rooms & Lockers/Lock Rentals

Use of photo cellular phones is prohibited in locker rooms and restrooms.

Child Care Program Quality Child Care is available for birth to 8 years of age, to accommodate parents attending classes, swimming or working out in our fitness areas. Children accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Children ages 0 – 18 months: $2.75 per ½ hour Children 19 months – 8 years: $2.25 per ½ hour Child Care coupons (equal to ½ hour care) are available individually and as a 20-punch pass. Childcare Schedule M

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We think Southwest Community Center a.k.a “The Gym” is great! This facility and it’s experienced instructors are a blessing for this community. We appreciate the flexibility of scheduling and thoughtfulness of staff with regard to the needs of our particular child. Coach Blaine, Teacher Ellen & the Swim Staff are HEROES!

~Mary Horrall- Robert’s mom

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8:30am- 8:30am- 8:30am- 8:30am- 8:30am12:30pm 12:30pm 12:30pm 12:30pm 12:30pm

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From the North: Take I-5 South to the Multnomah Blvd exit. Follow Multnomah Blvd for 1.5 miles. Turn RIGHT at 45th Ave. Follow 45th Ave to Vermont St.

Southwest CC

FEE: Childcare costs are determined by the age of the child for each ½ hour or any portion thereof. Two-hour maximum.

Directions to SWCC From the South: Take I-5 North to Terwilliger Blvd. Turn LEFT onto Terwilliger Blvd at the the off-ramp light. You will cross over I-5. Turn LEFT on Barbur Blvd. Turn RIGHT on Bertha Blvd. Turn LEFT on Vermont St. Follow Vermont to 45th Ave.

Hillside CC

Combination and Key locks are available for purchase at the Front Desk. Locks are available to rent for a 50 cent 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.

Director Park

Lockers will be available for daily use only at no additional fee. It is requested that all children age 6 and older use the locker rooms of their own gender. Four family changing rooms are available by the swimming pool.


Registration Information REGISTRATION: Receipt of full payment is required for

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: Your Satisfaction is Our

RESIDENT / NON-RESIDENTS / DEFINITIONS:

WITHDRAWAL & REFUNDS: Please notify us at least

registration, unless otherwise arranged. Returned checks & declined bank cards void registration. If you have a non-resident pass, please let us know.

three business (Monday-Friday) days, unless otherwise specified, before the start of your program so that we can refund or credit your account for the registration fee. Pre-paid materials & 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.

Non-resident Pass prices: 3 Month Pass: Individual - $25 Family - $50 6 Month Pass: Individual - $45 Family - $90 9 Month Pass: Individual - $65 Family - $130 One Year Pass: Individual - $85 Family - $170 A family denotes a couple (married or domestic) or a single parent and their legal dependants living in the same residence.

INCLEMENT WEATHER: If the City of Portland public

& maximum enrollment standards. Classes may fill quickly or classes may be canceled due to low enrollment.

NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION: PP&R programs and services reflect the cultural diversity of our community. We do not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age or ability.

PHOTO POLICY: Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R)

reserves the right, and may give permission to the media, to photograph classes, programs, and participants at all our facilities and properties. Please be aware that these photos are for promotional purposes and may be used in future publications and media communications in any format. By participating in PP&R classes and programs, you consent to the taking and publication of your photograph for these purposes.

RECEIVE A CATALOG IN THE MAIL: If you have registered for a PP&R class within the last twelve months you will automatically receive next term’s schedule in the mail, as long as the address we have for you is accurate and up to date.

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CLASS ENROLLMENT: Our classes must meet minimum

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 are cancelled. However, some sites may be open for drop-in activities. Call the specific PP&R facility for information and opening/closing times. If inclement weather is forecast on weekends or holidays, call the PP&R facility or program for operating hours and activity cancellations. A listing of phone numbers is available on the previous page.

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of age, who require financial assistance may apply for partial scholarships. Contact individual centers for information.

•Press 1 for information on sports programming or to reserve a sports facility. •Press 2 to register for a class or activity. •Press 3 to reserve a picnic or wedding site, or book an event. •Press 4 to make a tee time at one of our four public golf courses. •Press 6 for Spanish •Press 0 to reach an operator for information If you require V/TDD services, call 503-823-2223.

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SCHOLARSHIPS: City of Portland residents, regardless

PP&R services & programs, call the Parks Information Hotline at 503-823-PLAY(7529), Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm. You will receive a message with the following options:

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Act (ADA), a person with a disability or special need who desires assistance with registration and/or participation in general PP&R programs can contact Inclusion Services at 503-823-4328 V/TTY. If you request assistance through Inclusion Services, a minimum of 10 business days (Monday- Friday) advance notice is required. If you need a sign language interpreter or FM loop amplifier, please contact 503-823-4328 V/TTY, at least five business days in advance of the activity or class. Information about programs & services is available on the internet for those needing a voice synthesis. Visit our website at www.PortlandParks.org. For additional ADA information call 503-823-2223 V/TTY.

INFORMATION HOTLINE: For information on other

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A resident is: • anyone who occupies a permanent residence inside the city limits of Portland, which includes the Portland Public, Parkrose, and David Douglas School Districts. • 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 fee. Anyone else is considered a non-resident (NR) and will be assessed a NR fee. NR fees do not apply to drop-in activities. Non-residents who wish to register for PP&R activities may choose one of these options: • pay the additional 30% non-resident fee. • purchase resident status as either an individual or family for a period of three, six, nine, or twelve months from the date of purchase. Inquire about this option at time of registration. Non-resident passes are not refundable. Passes are activated at the date of purchase.

SPECIAL NEEDS: Within the American with Disability

Goal. Portland Parks & Recreation strives for 100% customer satisfaction. If you are not satisfied with a recreation program or service let us know.

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PHONE. Call our Customer Service Center at 503-823-2525, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm. Visa or Mastercard are accepted by phone. You are welcome to call any of our community centers to register over the phone as well.

MAIL. Mail in your completed registration form (at right) to: Parks Customer Service Center, 1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 1302, Portland, OR, 97204. Include full payment using your Visa, Mastercard or check payable to the City of Portland.

FAX. Fax to 503-823-2515. Complete the registration form (at right) and fax it to us with full payment using your Visa or Mastercard. Fax is accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week but is processed during regular business hours. IN PERSON. Any PP&R facility is able to process your registration, including the Customer Service Center, which is located on the first floor of the Portland Building at 1120 SW 5th Ave. See the map of our facilities within this catalog.

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Register Now by Mail - One of Five Ways CHECK ONE:

New Customer Taken class with PP&R before My Account information has changed

Main Contact Name___________________________________________ Birthdate_______________ Male___ Female___ Home Address___________________________________________________ City/ST/Zip____________________________

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Portland Parks & Recreation

Home Phone (_____)_________________________________ Work Phone (_____)__________________________________ Cell Phone (_____)_____________________________ Email Address: ____________________________________________ Portland Parks & Recreation welcomes individuals with disabilities and special needs into programs. Please describe any accommodations needed for successful inclusion: _____________________________________________________________ PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Name (last, first)

birthdate M/F Class Title

Course # Class Location

Passholder name ____________________________________________________________  I need a pass. Circle one: 3 mo. / 6 mo. / 9 mo. / 1 yr. Circle one: Individual / Family Name of person(s) needing pass________________________________________________  I do not want a pass. I choose to pay the 30% surcharge.

Start Date Cost

Subtotal 30% non-resident surcharge or Pass Total

birthdate M/F Class Title

Course # Class Location

Passholder name ____________________________________________________________  I need a pass. Circle one: 3 mo. / 6 mo. / 9 mo. / 1 yr. Circle one: Individual / Family Name of person(s) needing pass________________________________________________  I do not want a pass. I choose to pay the 30% surcharge.

Subtotal 30% non-resident surcharge or Pass

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NON-RESIDENTS of the City of Portland pay a 30% surcharge. Or you may purchase a non-resident pass at the amounts listed below. List pass price or 30% surcharge in column at right and add to your total.  I already have a NR pass. Kind of pass___________________ Purchase date ___/___/___

Start Date Cost

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PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Name (last, first)

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NON-RESIDENTS of the City of Portland pay a 30% surcharge. Or you may purchase a non-resident pass at the amounts listed below. List pass price or 30% surcharge in column at right and add to your total.  I already have a NR pass. Kind of pass___________________ Purchase date ___/___/___

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Emergency Contact Name & Phone Number ________________________________________________________________

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PAYMENT INFORMATION  CHECK

Check number___________________ Make checks payable to the City of Portland.

 CREDIT CARD Information:

Account # __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ Expires __________________

Cardholder’s Name________________________________________

Signature__________________________________________________

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