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Activity Guide Summer/Fall 2019

575 Ash St., Cañon City, CO 81212 719 275-1578

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A Publication by the Cañon City Shopper & The Cañon City Area Recreation & Park District.


Contents Letter from the Director About Us Kids Klub Youth Sports The Riverwalk Adult Sports Ropes Course General Interest Swimming Pool Special Events

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS: James “Kalem” Lenard, Chairman Jim Johnson, Vice Chairman Scott Johnson, Treasurer Nick Sartori, Secretary Mike Sallie, Asst. Secretary/Treasurer

FACILITY LOCATIONS & PHONE NUMBERS RECREATION DISTRICT OFFICES & COMMUNITY ROOM, ARCHERY RANGE, ARKANSAS RIVERWALK DOG PARK, & ASH STREET COMMUNITY GARDEN

575 Ash Street • 275-1578 ROUSE PARK

1600 Park Avenue • 269-3661 R.C. ICABONE SWIMMING POOL

1131 College Avenue • 269-3251 PATHFINDER REGIONAL PARK

20209 Highway 115 • 275-1578 OLD HARRISON SCHOOL PARK & PLAYGROUND

490 North Cottonwood • 275-1578 SCHEPP OPEN SPACE & EAGLE WING TRAILHEAD

New York Avenue & Colburn Lane • 275-1578

GENERAL INFORMATION Scholarships are available for all youth sports programs (Not including camps)

WANTED: Coaches and Officials Sponsorships are available for all youth baseball, volleyball, soccer and football teams, leagues and events Visit our website at www.ccrec.org and register on-line

All programs and activities listed in this guide are subject to change.

DISTRICT STAFF Kyle Horne, Executive Director Dawn Green, Finance Director Ken Burger, Programs Director Tawny McCall, Sports Coordinator Tai Wright, Kids Klub Coordinator Tony Sorrenti, Recreation Technician Carly Poe, Administrative Assistant Michelle Strait, Recreation Receptionist Devin Everhart, Parks Director Rick Bradshaw, Parks Crew Jim Fuhr, Parks Crew Eric Minton, Parks Crew Jon Dickson, Parks Crew/Janitorial Matt Parker, Parks Crew Delano Lujan, Seasonal Parks Crew Melissa Acosta, Seasonal Parks Crew

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

To provide a full range of easily accessible recreation and park programs, services and facilities for participants of every age, ability level, cultural background and financial status.

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ABOUT US

The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District is a special district established in 1965. The District’s main source of funding comes in the form of property tax, which is collected from an area that is approximately 115 square miles in size. The District is governed by a five member Board, whom are elected at large from citizens living or owning property within the District boundaries. Elections are conducted in May of  every even year. The Board conducts monthly meetings at the District’s main office, 575 Ash St., on the second Tuesday of every month beginning at 7:00 pm.   The District currently owns and operates Rouse Park, John Griffin Regional Park, Old Harrison Park, Arkansas Riverwalk, Ropes Challenge Course, R.C. Icabone Swimming Pool, Arkansas Riverwalk Dog Park, Ash Street Community Garden, Schepp Open Space and Eagle Wing Trailhead, and the Community Room, which is located within the main office. The District co-owns and operates Pathfinder Regional Park with Fremont County.  Every year the Board of Directors and the District Staff strive to improve the programs and facilities offered to the community. All the programs and activities listed in this Activity Guide are designed to meet the recreational needs of the public. We of course welcome any suggestions or input as our goal is to better serve the community. The District works in conjunction with the City of Cañon City, Fremont County, Cañon City RE-1 School District, Florence-Penrose RE-2 School District, Fremont Sanitation District and many local businesses and non-profits to provide services to the citizens of the community.  The District currently employs 12-full time employees and about 150 seasonal and part- time employees. The District is always seeking and recruiting instructors, who have a skill or interest to share, volunteer coaches and officials. Your suggestions on improving our programs are always welcome. Please call us at 275-1578, visit our office at 575 Ash, or our website at www.ccrec.org. Happy recreating!

KID’S FISHING DERBY Bring your kids, your grandkids and your fishing poles to this fun and educational fishing derby at the Pathfinder Park Fishing Pond. All kids, ages 14 and under, will take part in a clinic on fishing safety, fishing techniques, conservation and fishing ethics. Colorado Parks & Wildlife will present this educational clinic, and will provide a limited number of poles. Please bring your own gear if you have it.

CLEAN UP / GREEN UP

The Arkansas River and the Arkansas Riverwalk is generally the focus of the annual Clean Up/Green Up in Cañon City. All across Colorado volunteers will be picking up trash to help clean up and green up the state’s rivers and by-ways. There will be breakfast offered to all of our volunteers courtesy of the Fremont Community Foundation and Atmos Energy. Everyone is encouraged to attend, especially the Riverwalk users. Plan to join us for breakfast at 8: a.m. and the cleaning begins at 9:00 a.m. Garbage bags will be provided. Volunteer groups will be assigned to areas on which to focus their clean up efforts. Please bring your own work clothes and gloves. When: Saturday, April 27 Where: Meet at Recreation District Community Room 8 a.m. breakfast / 9 a.m. start of clean up

COMMUNITY GARDEN

The Ash Street Community Garden is ready for another growing season. It is located in the southeast corner of the Arkansas Riverwalk Dog Park. Each year you must reserve your plot and sign a simple agreement with the Recreation District before you may begin planting . This has become a popular Community Garden and space is limited. The plots are available on a first come, first serve basis. There is an annual fee of $15 for the large plots and $10 for the small plots. Water is available at the garden, with the watering schedule posted on the garden gate. There are a total of 25 plots available this season, and once all of the spaces have been reserved we will start a waiting list, so register soon!

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Date: Saturday, May 11 Times: 9-11 a.m. for kids age 14 and under Location: Pathfinder Park Fishing Pond Hwy 115 Fee: IT’S FREE!!!

CAÑON CITY CLASSIC PICKLEBALL TOURNAMENT

The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District has partnered with the Cañon City Pickleball Association to bring a Pickleball Tournament to Rouse Park on Saturday, June 15, starting at 9 a.m. We will offer a Men’s and Women’s Doubles Tournament at the Rouse Park Pickleball Courts. There will be six different divisions, but space is limited to the first 60-teams to register. Awards will be offered for the top three teams in each division. When: June 15 Where: Rouse Park Pickleball Courts in Cañon City Cost: $25 per player for the tournament. Both players must register individually. In the notes section list your partner’s name. Divisions: 3.0 and lower Men’s Doubles 3.5 Men’s Doubles 4.0 and above Men’s Doubles 3.0 and lower Women’s Doubles 3.5 Women’s Doubles 4.0 and above Women’s Doubles The level of team play is determined by the highest skill level of either partner or USAPA rating. You must find your own partner. Format: Each bracket will have their own Round Robin format. Awards: Medals to the top three teams. Every player will receive a T-Shirt, swag is available, and water will be provided to all players. Deadline: You must register by June 6 at the Recreation District or online at ccrec.org.


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Kids Klub

KIDS KLUB SUMMER CAMP

Do you want your kids to do something fun this summer? When asked what they did this summer, do you want the answer to be, “We had fun! We made some new friends! We did some new things!” Offering activity choices ensures there will be something for everyone. Kids Klub is a Colorado State licensed childcare program. DHS/ CCCAP payment is accepted. Kids Klub kids will have fun in the sun, with staff committed to their safety and enjoyment. When Kids Klub kids go to the pool, they should take a swimsuit and a towel. Fridays are field trip days, so the half day option is only available Monday through Thursday.

Registration: By Wednesday of the week before attending. All initial registrations must be done online at ccrec.org and follow the link to create an Active Network account. You must download the packet from Active Network and turn it into the Recreation District office. You must also register for your Kids Klub days on Active Network and answer all of the waivers and questions. Through Active Network you will schedule attendance for your child(ren) and pay the fees by credit card online. Ages: 5-12 Fee: $28 full day, $17.75 half day (6:45-11:45 a.m. OR 1-6 p.m.)— M-T-W-Th. There are no half day options on Friday as that is Field Trip Day (Full day only) IF YOUR CHILD IS NOT REGISTERED

ON TIME, DROPIN FEES WILL APPLY Times: 6:45 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday through the summer (exceptions below) Location: Washington Elementary School Pool Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays each week. Please bring your swimsuit, sunscreen and towel. Field Trips: Fridays each week. NO DROP-IN’S PERMITTED **Drop-In rates incur additional fees, so register early!** May 24 - Closed for the afternoon for setup of the Summer Program (NO PM Kids Klub) May 27 - Memorial Day (No Program) May 28 - Full Day Summer Program Begins July 4 - Independence Day (No Program) The last day of the Summer Kids Klub Program will be in August, based on the Cañon City RE-1 School District calendar.

2019 FRIDAY SUMMER FIELD TRIPS- TBA

June 7 July 19 June 14 July 26 June 21 Aug 2 June 28 Aug 9 July 5 Aug 16 July 12 **Last Date for Friday Field Trips may change based on Cañon City RE-1 School 19/20 Calendar** Field trips are subject to change, please check with Kids Klub Staff. Half days are not available on Fridays. Please call the Kids Klub Coordinator at 275-1578 for more information.

KIDS KLUB BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Do your kids wish there was more to do after school? Do your kids have a place to go before school starts? Are you a working parent/ guardian that worries about what to do on “no school days”? If you are searching for answers to these questions, the KIDS KLUB PROGRAM may be what you and your kids are looking for! KIDS KLUB has a ton of fun activities going on. Kids are playing basketball, soccer, dodge ball and other active games. They are in groups for arts and crafts or playing board games. Some kids spend time doing their homework. Your child can socialize with others, make new friends, learn a new hobby, or just enjoy the many leisure/recreational activities offered. All KIDS KLUB sites are state licensed and certified as a day care provider for children. So don’t wait any longer to join our exciting Kids Klub Program that offers challenging and educational activities in a fun and safe environment. Kids Klub will be open on NO SCHOOL DAYS, CHRISTMAS BREAK, and SPRING BREAK! Kids Klub will be closed on Holidays and Snow Closure Days.

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Registration: Registration must be done online through our website and Active Network. Go to our website, ccrec.org and click on the Active Network Link. Please navigate to the Kids Klub registration by clicking on activities and selecting Kids Klub. You will select your school and create your account. Make sure you

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answer all of the questions and download the registration packet. Please fill out the packet and drop it off at the District offices. If you have any problems or questions please contact the Kids Klub Coordinator at 275-1578. Shot records are required. Ages: 5-12 Times: Before school – 6:45 a.m. till the school bell rings (Offered at Washington & McKinley) After school – when school bell rings to 6 p.m. (Offered at every site) No school days – 6:45 a.m.-6 p.m. Check web site for itinerary. (At Washington School) With the upcoming school calendar changes, the rate for early release Fridays-TBA Locations after school: Lincoln School of Science & Technology, 420 Myrtle Street McKinley Elementary School, 1240 McKinley Avenue Washington Elementary School, 606 North 9th Street Cañon Exploratory School, 2855 North 9th Street Prices: Before School $6 After School $9.50 Early Release $TBA

Half Day $17.75 Full Day $28

Drop in fees will be charged for those who aren’t registered on time!


2019 YOUTH TENNIS LESSONS

Each class provides a fun and relaxed atmosphere to introduce the fundamentals: developing ball sense, concentration, attention to detail and good sportsmanship. Classes include instruction, drills, fun games, fitness, agility and team building exercises. For players at every level, there’s a personalized approach to improving power, control, and game play strategy. Every level will work to learn and improve the forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Instructors will divide the participants into appropriate ages and skill levels the first week of lessons. Registration: SESSION I Deadline is May 31; SESSION II Deadline is July 5 Ages: 4-18 Dates: SESSION I: June 3 – 27; SESSION II: July 8 – August 1 Location: Rudd Park Courts, 12th and College

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9-9:55 a.m.

7-8—Participants will receive instruction on the fundamentals of the game, developing skills, ball control, stroke techniques, practice habits, and court etiquette. Scoring and the rules of tennis will be introduced.

10-10:55 a.m.

9-11— Participants will continue to refine strokes and build confidence, agility, and consistency on the court. Scoring and the rules of tennis will be mastered.

11-11:55 a.m.

12+ — Participants will begin to advance their skills to the level of match-play situations. Instruction will emphasize the importance of footwork and strategy during play.

8-8:55 a.m.

Days: Sessions: Fees:

4-6—Very beginning tennis. Participants will learn basic stroke fundamentals and develop hand-eye coordination in a fun games-based approach to tennis.

Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday sessions The fee is for Monday/ Wednesday classes or Tuesday/ Thursday classes. If you want to participate all four days you must pay double. $45 In-District, PER SESSION $60 Out-of-District PER SESSION

Notes: Please bring your own water bottle and wear sunscreen. Students need to wear court appropriate tennis shoes (no sandals) Students will be required to do some running! Classes missed may be made up with prior arrangements! EACH PLAYER MUST PROVIDE HIS/HER OWN TENNIS RACQUET.

CHOOSING A TENNIS RACQUET: The following are standard guidelines for age and racquet length selection: If an 8 year-old is the size of an average 10 year-old, choose the 10-12 racquet. Move up one size (possibly two) to adjust for exceptionally high physical strength or ability, but adjusting down for lack of strength is almost never necessary. A junior player should use as long a racquet as he/she can comfortably handle. This will encourage development of smooth strokes that utilize good weight transfer and larger muscles. Too small a racquet encourages excessive wrist and elbow action, which, in the long run, will harm both stroke development and the arm. A junior is generally ready for an adult racquet when weighing 85 pounds or more. Age 0-4 4-5 6-7

Racquet Length 19 inches 21 inches 23 inches

SUMMER YOUTH VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

This program is for boys and girls wanting to participate in an introductory Youth Volleyball League. The purpose of the Cañon City Area Recreation District Youth Volleyball program is to emphasize skill development, fair play, sportsmanship, and fun. Each participant will play in each game, learning basic volleyball fundamentals and rules. Registration: March 18 Deadline: May 2 (Sign-up by April 26 and save $10) Ages: 9-11 year old girls and boys 12-13 year old girls and boys 14 year-olds are eligible to play if they are going into 8th grade Practices: Mondays or Tuesdays at Harrison School Gym starting May 13th Games: Thursdays at Harrison School Gym starting May 30th Fees: $35 In-District, $50 Out-of-District

Age 8-10 10-12 12+

Racquet Length 25 inches 26 inches 27-29 inches (adult size racquet)

TIGER VOLLEYBALL CAMP

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Join Tigers Volleyball Coach Ken Cline for Volleyball camp this summer. Cañon City High School Volleyball players and staff will be on hand to instruct. Anyone wanting to learn more about volleyball should attend! Campers will receive a gift at the end of camp. Registration: June 3 Deadline: July 25 Dates: July 29-August 1 (Monday - Thursday) Ages/Times: 9-11 year-olds, 5:30-7 p.m.; 12-14 year-olds, 7-8:30 p.m. Location: Harrison School Fees: $40 In-District, $55 Out-of-District

12-13 YEAR OLD PLAYERS CLINIC

Players who wish to play in the older age volleyball league must attend the player evaluation clinic. The purpose of the clinic is to provide evaluations for the draft in order to make the teams as fair as possible. Players must be registered and attend the clinic to be eligible for the draft. All registered players will be placed on a team. Out of District players need not attend. Date: Thursday, May 9, Harrison School Gym Times: 13 year-olds at 5:30 p.m.; 12-year-olds at 6:30 p.m.

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TIGER SOFTBALL CAMP

Youth Sports

Join Tigers Softball Coach Crystal Burford and staff for their fourth annual youth softball camp this July. Cañon City High School softball players and staff will be on hand to instruct. Anyone wanting to learn more about girls fast pitch softball should attend! They will review all aspects and basics of the game. Campers will receive a gift at the end of camp! Registration: April 29 Deadline: July 5 Dates: July 8-9 Ages: 10-15 Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Location: Rouse Park, Field C Fees: $40 In-District, $55 Out-of-District

2019 SUMMER BASEBALL

Play Ball! The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District will offer summer baseball for 5-14 year-olds. The purpose of this program is to emphasize skill development, fair play, sportsmanship, and having fun. The Minor and Major Leagues are sponsored by the Credit Union of Colorado. Registration: March 18 Deadline: May 2, Sign-up by April 26 to get $10 off! Ages: T-ball: 5-6 years old Rookie: 7-8 years old Minor: 9-10 years old Majors: 11-13 years old *14 year olds are eligible to play if they are going into 8th grade Practices: Once or twice per week Games: T-ball: Tuesday at CCMS Rookies: Monday and Wednesday at CCMS Credit Union of Colorado Minor: Tuesday and Thursday at Rouse Park Credit Union of Colorado Major: Tuesday and Thursday at Rouse Park OPENING DAY: June 1 at Rouse Park (All teams) PICTURE DAY: June 8 at Rouse Park (All teams) Fees: T-ball: $45 In-District, $60 Out-of-District Rookie: $60 In-District, $75 Out-of-District All Other Leagues: $65 In-District, $80 Out-of-District *T-ball/Rookie/Minors have a $15 Uniform Deposit Fee *Major League has a $30 Uniform Deposit Fee

MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERS CLINIC

All Credit Union of Colorado Major League players must attend the players clinic. The purpose of this clinic is to allow the coaches an opportunity to view the players in action before the draft. All registered players will be placed on a team. Out-of-District players need not attend. Please bring your baseball glove and shoes. Date: Tuesday, May 7 at Rouse Park Time: 13-14 years old at 5 p.m. 11-12 years old at 6:30 p.m.

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GYMNASTICS CAMP

The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District, in partnership with the Cañon Academy of Gymnastics, is pleased to offer a gymnastics camp this summer. Kids will learn some of the basics in gymnastics from Coach Nikki Teigen. There will be only one June session this summer. The classes are 90-minutes in length. This is a great way to learn about the sport of gymnastics from a very accomplished coach. Registration: April 8 Deadline: June 13 Dates: June 17 – 19 (Monday-Wednesday) Ages: 5-14 Time: 9-10:30 a.m. Location: Cañon Academy of Gymnastics, 224 Del Rey (1 block east of McDonald’s) Fees: $50 In-District, $65 Out-of-District

SPORTIES FOR SHORTIES

Sporties for Shorties is designed for kids 3-5 years old. They will learn the basic skills and fundamentals of both team and individual sports with a focus on FUN!! Each class will begin with stretching and warm up exercises and end with a fun interactive activity and a nutritional snack. Parents are encouraged to show up and interact with their kids. Register early to guarantee a spot in this program. Registration June Session: April 8 Deadline: May 23 June session: June 3-14 Registration July/Aug. Session: June 10 Deadline: July 18 July/August Session: July 22-August 2 Time: 9-10 a.m. Days: Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays Location: Rouse Park Ages: 3-5 Fees: $30 n-District, $45 Out-of-District (Fee includes a t-shirt)

FOUR MILE GOLF COURSE 2019 JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM

We have teamed up with the Four Mile Golf Course to offer the Junior Golf program this summer. This program will run on Tuesday, and Thursday mornings for two weeks, offering two separate sessions. The session will be divided into three age groups at three separate times. Each age group will be capped at 10 participants per group.  Every group will be taught the fundamentals of golf including: basic grip and setup, short game, irons, driving and round preparation. On course etiquette will also be stressed. It is also important to follow up the lessons with time on the golf course itself for those who wish to play.   Session 1:  June 25-27, (Tuesday - Thursday) July 2, 3, 5 (Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) Registration: Deadline: June 20 Session 2:  July 9-11 (Tuesday - Thursday) July 16-18 (Tuesday – Thursday) Registration: Deadline: July 5 Times: 7-10 year olds 8 a.m. 11-13 year olds 9 a.m 14-19 year olds 10 a.m. Price: $65 In-District, $80 (Out-of- District) Location: 4 Mile Ranch Golf Course


GARY “BUBBA” DIORIO YOUTH FOOTBALL The Cañon City Recreation District’s Gary “Bubba” DiOrio Youth Football program is an introductory level program for boys and girls looking to learn about the fundamentals of football. Practices will focus on individual instruction, team play, sport specific drills and having fun. All tackle coaches are USA Football Heads Up Certified.

FALL YOUTH SOCCER

Games will be played at Pathfinder Regional Park. The purpose of this program is to emphasize skill development, fair play, sportsmanship, and above all having fun. All participants are guaranteed equal playing time. Teams will practice twice a week and play games on Saturday. Registration: June 17 Deadline: August 15 * SAVE $10 BY AUGUST 9 * Divisions: Kneekickers: 3-4 years old Strikers: 5-6 years old United: 7-9 years old World Cup: 10 -14 years old *14 year-olds are eligible to play if they are going into 8th grade Games: Saturdays at Pathfinder Regional Park starting September 7 Practices: Once or twice a week Fees: Kneekickers: $35 In-District, $50 Out-of-District Strikers & United: $40 In-District, $55 Out-of-District World Cup: $45 In-District, $60 Out-of-District

WORLD CUP LEAGUE PLAYERS CLINIC

All individuals signed up for the World Cup League from Cañon City must attend the players clinic. The purpose of the clinic is to allow the coaches an opportunity to see the kids in action before the draft. All registered players will be placed on a team. Out of District players need not attend. Date: Saturday, August 17 at Pathfinder Regional Park Time: 10-11 year-olds at 9 a.m. 12-14 year-olds at 10 a.m.

CREDIT UNION OF COLORADO LEAGUE PLAYERS CLINIC

Players who wish to play in the Credit Union of Colorado Tackle Football League must attend the player evaluation clinic. The purpose of the clinic is to provide evaluations for the draft in order to make the teams as fair as possible. Players must be registered and attend the clinic to be eligible for the draft. All registered players will be placed on a team. Out of District players need not attend. Date: Saturday, August 10 at Rouse Park Times: 6th Graders at 9 a.m.; 5th Graders at 10:30 a.m. (Clinic will be held rain or shine)

YOUTH TRACK AND FIELD

The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District offers a track and field program for area youth in the summer. Both boys and girls may join the District’s track team. Conditioning, proper fundamentals of running, field event techniques, and team involvement will all be emphasized. Registration: March 18 Deadline: May 30 Ages: 5-14 Practices: Tuesday and Thursday starting May 28 Times: 5-8 year-olds 5:30-6:30 p.m.; 9-14 year-olds 5:30-7:30 p.m. Location: Cañon City High School Track Fees: $55 In-District,, $70 Out-of-District Includes a shirt and entry into CARA track meets. Meets: June 22 in Pueblo June 29 in Canon City July 13 in Widefield July 20 State Meet in Denver *Coaches will provide details about meets at a later time. *

Youth Sports

Registration: June 10 Deadline: August 8, *SAVE $10 - SIGN UP BY AUGUST 2* Ages: 5-12 year old boys and girls Divisions: Flag Football for 5 to 6 year-olds Flag Football for 7-8 year-olds Pee Wee Tackle for 9-10 year-olds (must be in 4th grade) Credit Union of Colorado Tackle for 10-12 year-olds (must be in 5th or 6th grade) Practices: Once or twice a week in August Games: Saturdays beginning September 7 at Rouse Park. Fees: Flag: $40 In-District,$55 Out-of-District Pee Wee: $60 In-District, $75 Out-of-District Credit Union of Colorado Tackle: $65 In-District, $80 Out-of-District Deposits: A $75 equipment deposit is required for the tackle football leagues. *All Credit Union of Colorado Tackle teams will play in the TOY BOWL, November 2, 2019*

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Come to Brain Camp, where it is fun to be smart! Learn how to set S.M.A.R.T. goals and solve problems. Discover the secret power of your own attitude, work ethic, motivation, and more. Learn cool tricks to memorize things easily, such as the elements of the periodic table. Play fast-paced brain games and win prizes and awards. This program is designed to help children at any academic ability level. Registration: April 29-June 13 (Register online at ccrec.org) Ages: 8-14 Dates: June 17-28, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Times: 1-3 p.m. Location: Learning Rx offices, 425 Main St., Cañon City Cost: $50 In-District, $65 Out-of-District Availability: Class size is limited to 12 participants per session *Once we have reached capacity a waiting list will be started, and depending on the numbers, we may provide additional sessions*

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TIGER SOCCER CAMP

WELSH SOCCER CAMP

Registration: Register online at welshsoccercamps.com Ages: All ages Dates: August 5-9 Times: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Location: Rouse Park Fees: $145 per player ($10 off if received before May 24) Cost includes camp T-shirt

YOUTH WRESTLING

The wrestling program is for boys and girls who wish to learn the fundamentals of wrestling. Wrestlers will learn escapes, takedowns, rides, and many more moves. Children will wrestle other children in the same weight bracket. Practices will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays, pick-up a schedule when you register. Practice days are subject to change and there will be no practices over the holiday breaks. Our organization is registered with the Pikes Peak Wrestling League which will give all of our participants the opportunity to participate in youth wrestling tournaments around the state throughout the winter. Participation in the tournaments is not mandatory, it is just an option for any child in our program. Registration: Starts in early October and is ongoing Ages: 5-13 Practices: November 5-March 5 Tuesday and Thursday starting at 5 p.m. *Times will depend on the Canon City School District Schedule. * **Practices over Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks will be announced at a later date** Location: Cañon City High School Head Coach: Chris Montoya Fees: $50 In-District, $65 Out-of-District

CAÑON CITY BLITZ FALL SOCCER CLUB

C a ñ o n City Blitz is a local, competitive soccer club. Cañon City Blitz has both girls and boys competitive soccer teams determined by birth year age groups. We participate under the rules and regulations of Colorado Soccer Association and US Soccer. We form teams based on having 14 players in a similar age group. Teams play other soccer clubs throughout Colorado. Teams are encouraged to work together to carpool and ensure players can attend practices and games. Our coaches are volunteers but they complete a US Soccer license, background checks, concussion training, and are typically soccer players themselves. Players can be 1019 years old. Girls and boys teams are available. Registration: May 1-31 (Limited late registration may be available after this date.) Go to canoncitysoccer.com to register or see registration FAQS. For questions call or email Lori Jones, Club Registrar 719-285-5177 or Registrar@canoncitysoccer.com

Youth Sports

Are you looking to score more goals next year? If so, you should attend the summer soccer camp that Cañon City High School Coach Pat Callahan and his staff will be offering this summer. This camp will have a strong emphasis on individual skills, while the fun and excitement will inspire all ages and abilities. Instruction will cover all soccer fundamentals and situations that arise during a game. Campers will receive a gift at the end of the program! Registration: June 3 Deadline: July 25 Ages: Boys and Girls 7-14 Dates: July 29 – August 1 Times: 9-11: a.m. (10-14 years) 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. (7-9 years) Location: Rouse Park Instructor: Pat Callahan Fees: 7-9 year-olds-$30 In-District, $45 Out-of-District 10-14 year-olds-$40 In-District, $55 Out-of-District

Teams play an 8-game season each fall and spring. Games will begin in March. Four home games are held at Mountain View Park in Cañon City. Four away games are scheduled at other teams’ fields in Colorado. Teams practice 2-3 nights a week at Mountain View Park beginning in mid-February.

ACTIVE NETWORK REGISTRATION SOFTWARE

The Recreation District has upgraded our program registration software; switching to Active Network in the fall of 2017 for all programs, including youth and adult sports, special events, and Kids Klub. This enables all District users to register online, set up payments, schedule all of your activities, and manage your account online. It is our belief Active Network will provide our customers a simple to use tool to access their recreational activities with any device that has access to the internet. It truly will be a time saver for the customer. To set up your personal account, find the link on our website at ccrec.org. As always you may continue to visit our office to register in person for any District activity.

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The Tunnel Drive Trailhead is located west of Cañon City off of Highway 50 and overlooks the Arkansas River and railroad tracks as it heads west into the entrance of the Royal Gorge. It is a narrow trail that winds its way through three tunnels of solid granite! The Arkansas Riverwalk has expanded west from Centennial Park to Tunnel Drive and Pueblo Community College. Get out and enjoy the Arkansas Riverwalk experience, be courteous to others and take out with you what you took in.

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ADULT SAND VOLLEYBALL

Adult Sports

It’s time to have some fun in the sun! This is a co-ed league with a minimum of three guys and three gals per team. The season is seven weeks and includes a tournament. Games will be self-officiated. The games are played at White Water Bar and Grill at the top of Eight Mile Hill so you know it is about having fun with your family and friends. Nothing can beat a late spring or summer night of volleyball, good food, cold beverages, and great company.

Registration: SEASON I: March 25 Deadline: May 2 SEASON II: June 3 Deadline: June 27 Games Start: SEASON I: May 7 SEASON II: July 9

Ages: 18 and older Days: Tuesday evenings Time: Starting at 6 p.m. Location: White Water Bar & Grill, Sand Volleyball Court Fees: $110 per team

ADULT SOFTBALL (SECOND SEASON)

Teams are guaranteed 10-games including a post-season double elimination tournament. The leagues will be split into at least two divisions. If there are enough teams we will have three divisions. The tournament determines division champions. Tournaments may be played on weekends if too many rainouts occur. Registration: May 13 Deadline: July 18 Games: Begin week of August 5 Co-Ed League: Monday nights Men’s League: Wednesday nights  Ages: 18 years old Games: Rouse Park Fee: $350 per team plus $200 umpire fee Balls: 12 inch, .52 core 300 compression, optic-yellow softball Bats: All bats must have a 2004 or 2013 ASA Certification Mark

MEN’S & WOMEN’S ADULT VOLLEYBALL The 2019 Fall Volleyball League is scheduled to begin the first week in October. Each team is guaranteed nine matches that consist of three games. All games will be played to 15 points. Get your teams together now so you can bump, set, and spike your way to a good time. Leagues will be divided based on the teams’ ability level. Registration: July 22 Deadline: September 19 Games Start: October 3 and 6 Ages:18 years or older

Days: Thursday nights: Men’s Leagues Sunday nights: Women’s League Location: Harrison School Fees: $250 per team

ADULT TENNIS LESSONS

Introducing the fundamentals—developing ball sense, concentration, attention to detail and good sportsmanship. Classes include instruction, drills, games, fitness, agility and team building. For every level, there’s a personalized approach to improving power, control, and game play strategy. Players will learn forehand, backhand, volley, and serve and work on skills through stroke repetition, drills, and point play. Instruction focuses on developing good fundamentals for beginners as well as refining the strokes of experienced players. Registration Deadline: Session I- May 31, Session II- July 5 Ages: 18+ year olds Dates: Session I: June 4-27, Session II: July 9-August 1 Location: Rudd Park Time: 6-8 p.m. Ages: 18+ Days: Tuesday & Thursday evenings Fees: $45 In-District, $60 Out-of-District PER SESSION Notes: Please bring your own water bottle. Wear court appropriate tennis shoes (no sandals). Classes missed may be made up with prior arrangements! EACH PLAYER MUST PROVIDE HIS/HER OWN 27-29” TENNIS RACQUET.

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Adult Sports

ADULT CO-ED KICKBALL It’s time to relive the glory days of recess. The season is eight-weeks long followed by a single elimination tournament. Teams will consist of no more than 20 players. This is a recreational league, not a competitive one! We are all about having fun, socializing and enjoying a sunny evening with family, friends, coworkers, and other adults at Rouse Park. Bring the entire family and have a good time, but you must be 18 or older. Registration: April 1 Deadline: May 16 Games Start: Sunday evenings in June Ages: 18 or older Location: Rouse park Fees: $275/Team

Join the fun at Adult Soccer! Teams will have six players on the field at a time and Co-Ed rules apply. Games are played on a smaller field. This is a fast-paced, high scoring game that anyone can play with an emphasis on having fun. Registration: May 27 Deadline: July 18 Games Start: Sunday evenings in August Ages: 18 or older Location: Rouse park Fees: $220 per team

ADULT SPORTS PROCEDURES (AS OF MARCH 2019) Registration: Full payment must be received before the program deadline in order to reserve a spot in a league. Teams will only be taken after the deadline if it aids the program coordinator in scheduling. Example: an odd number of teams to an even number. League Refunds: If a program does not get at least 4 registered teams the league will not go. Full refunds will be distributed to those teams that have paid. If 4 teams are registered the program will run. Player Eligibility: Players must sign and complete their team roster before participating in the program. All players must be at least 18 years of age. If you are still in high school and participating in a sports program, please check with your athletic director to make sure there are no potential eligibility issues. Minors are not allowed to participate in Adult Sports. Adult Sports participants cannot be on two teams within the same league. Team Rosters: There will be a drop-dead date as to which no more names can be added to a roster. At this point the roster becomes frozen and no players can be added or removed. It will be approximately 60% through the regular season and will be printed on the schedules. Furthermore, all adult team rosters will have a limited number of players per specific sport. All legal players then on the roster will be eligible to participate in the post-season. All team rosters, waivers and drop forms will be kept in the on-site notebook.

roster limit. The team manager can remove unsigned players from the roster to add players before the roster deadline. Game Challenges: A game may not be challenged after it has been completed. If at anytime during the course of a game a team wants to challenge the opposing teams roster they may do so. They can challenge roster limits, legal players or player eligibility. What is in the on-site notebook is official. A team playing with an illegal roster will forfeit the game. Forfeit Penalty: Teams that forfeit without a 24-hour notice to the Program Coordinator will be penalized a fee of $25. The penalty must be submitted to the Recreation District Office or employee before the team is allowed to participate in the next scheduled game.  A game forfeited due to a challenge does not constitute a penalty. Awards: The first-place team will receive T-shirts for every player listed on their roster and a 1st place plaque. The postseason playoffs or tournament will determine the winners in each league. If there is not a playoff or tournament, the league winners will be based on the regular season. Tie Breakers: Most ties will be decided to determine seeds for post-season play. Tiebreakers will follow the steps listed below when applicable and in order. Head to Head: record of the teams in question vs each other • Division Record: record vs teams within their division

Legal Players: A player is not legal until they have signed and completed the roster and played in at least one game. A printed name on the roster is not legal until it has been signed, but it does count towards the roster limit.

• Games vs better teams: record vs teams above the teams in question

Adding Players to the Team Roster: If a team has not reached their roster limit before the roster deadline, they can add players by simply having them sign and complete the roster before participating. If a team has reached their limit of players, they cannot add a player until a player has dropped using the drop form.

• Total Scoring Against: total number of points scored against for the entire season will be considered. In case of forfeits, the average points scored from the games played will be figured in.

Removing Players from the Team Roster: Once a player has signed the roster they are a legal player and must sign the drop form in order to not be counted towards a team’s

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• Point System: three points will be given for every win and 1 point for every tie

• Total Scoring For: total number of points scored for the entire season will be considered. In case of forfeits, the average points scored from the games played will be figured in. • Coin Toss: a coin flip will be used as a last resort  


THE ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE WHAT IS A ROPES AND CHALLENGE COURSE?

WHO CAN RENT THE ROPES COURSE?

Anyone! Sports groups, scouts, birthday parties, church groups, family reunions, etc.!

HOW DO I RESERVE THE ROPES COURSE?

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Call the Recreation District (719) 275-1578. Be prepared with date and program time. Waiver forms will be emailed or available for pick up before the event date. Payment is required before the event date to the: Cañon City Area Recreation District 575 Ash St., Cañon City, CO 81212

MOBILE/TRAVELING PROGRAMS

The Ropes Challenge Course offers a mobile program to those within traveling distance. This program allows for inside or outside programs. Mobile programs are designed to accommodate groups who are seeking team development within their own facility. Our mobile program has the same goal as our low programs with the ability to come meet you where you are!

IS THE ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND?

The course is available year round (weather permitting). Mobile low course is available year-round and can travel to any location within the Cañon City area.

**The ropes course is not to be used without supervision by authorized personnel**

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All Ropes Course fees include equipment and trained facilitator. The deposit must be paid at the time of registration and is non-refundable. The remaining balance is due before your ropes course session begins.

For Profit

Ropes Course

Our ropes challenge course is designed to develop personal and group strengths, to break through limitations by exploring new avenues of communication, and building support networks. At the ropes challenge course, our activities are created to deliver mental, physical, and emotional challenges to initiate team development. We understand that each group dynamic is different, that is why each experience at the ropes challenge course can be adapted to meet the needs of each group. The physical and psychological safety of each participant is always of the utmost and primary concern of the program instructors.

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ARCHERY RANGE

The Archery Range, located at 575 Ash Street just east of the office building, is open to the public at all times during daylight hours. There are targets at 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 yards.

The Range Rules are posted below:

1. No Broadheads 2. No Firearms of any type, including BB and pellet guns 3. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult 4. No unsolicited coaching or criticism

5. All rubbish and target faces to be removed after shooting 6. No alcohol allowed 7. THINK before you shoot! 8. Please make sure the gates are closed!

CCHS SPEECH AND DEBATE CAMP

If you want to get involved in Speech and Debate we have a great camp to offer you this summer. This three day camp will give you great insight as to what Speech and Debate is all about, and in a very fun setting. Join Tigers Speech and Debate Coach Rob Jackson and his staff for this annual camp in August. At the end of the camp there will be a pizza party and competition in which prizes will be awarded! Don’t miss out on this fun filled camp. Registration: June 17 Deadline: July 26 Ages: Incoming 6th-9th graders Dates: July 31-August 2 Times: 9 a.m.-3 p.m Location: Cañon City High School Instructor: Breanna Heffner Fee: $40 In-District, $55 Out-of-District Lunches: You will need to provide your own lunch for the first two classes. There will be a pizza party on the last day of camp.

PING PONG

The Recreation District now offers a free, drop in Ping Pong program on Thursday afternoons in the Community Room. This is for adults and takes place from 2-5 p.m. Simply head over to the District’s Community Room at 575 Ash Street and paddle your way to some fun.

LEARN TO BOWL

If you have ever wanted to learn to bowl and have some fun, now is the time! Bowling etiquette and basics will be taught! Camp will run from June 3-July 12. Youth classes will welcome ages 6-16 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays. Cañon City Lanes will also offer classes to adults on Friday from 1– 3 p.m.

ORVIS FLY FISHING 101 & 201

If you’re looking for a great way to get the family together, our FF101 and FF201 series of classes are the perfect way to get started. All ages are welcome to attend, but those under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Bring the whole family and learn what this great sport is all about! Fly Fishing 101 – LEARN TO FISH FOR FREE!! Learn fly-fishing basics in one of our FREE Fly Fishing 101 classes. This is perfect for beginners of all ages. Fly Fishing 101 will provide you with free lessons on outfit rigging, flies and much more! Fly Fishing 101 courses run every other Saturday. Call us at the fly shop to sign up (888) 994-6743. Dates: March 30- October 12 (Every other Saturday) Time: 10 a.m. Fly Fishing 201 – Streamside Clinic If you’ve already completed Fly Fishing 101, you’re ready for the next step. Join us for a short outing on local water for a chance to catch your first fish! Please reference our event calendar for available dates. Minimum age requirement is nine years, those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Call us at the fly shop to sign up (888) 994-6743. Scheduled Clinic Dates: April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13 Time: 1:30 p.m. Cost: $50 Per Person Location: Royal Gorge Anglers, 49311 W. US HWY 50, Cañon City

LADIES OF THE EVENING QUILT CLUB

Ladies of the Evening Quilt Club meets in the Recreation District Meeting Room every Monday at 9 a.m. Come on out and join the club.

General Interest

The Archery Range has a shooting platform and new targets. Please come down and utilize the facility and all it has to offer!

Registration deadline: May 31, 5 p.m. Please register through ccrec.org and/or your ActiveNET account. Location: Cañon City Lanes, 2970 E Main St., Cañon City Dates: June 3-July 12 Days: Monday, for youth Friday, for youth and adult Times: Monday Youth: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Friday Adult - 1-3 p.m. Friday Youth – 3:30-5:30 p.m. Cost: $45 per person/Includes equipment rental.

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ICABONE SWIMMING POOL SUMMER 2019 POOL SCHEDULE

The pool is open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend

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AGE RESTRICTIONS

Children must be at least 10 years old to stay at the pool without adult supervision. Children nine years and younger must be accompanied and supervised at all times by someone 14 years or older otherwise they will be requested to leave.

PRIVATE PARTY POOL RENTALS

If you are looking for a place to hold a private party, consider renting the swimming pool for a fun time. The pool is available for rental on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. for a cost of $200 ($100 per hour if additional hours are requested.) Call 2751578 for reservations until May 24. After May 25 call 719-269-3251.

NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR GLASS CONTAINERS ALLOWED.

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4TH OF JULY WATERWORKS DAY

Join the Recreation District and KRLN/KSTY Radio for the 29th Annual 4th of July Waterworks Day. It will be an afternoon of water games, contests, and free swimming for all ages from 12 to 5 p.m.

Fridays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Private Parties Saturdays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Private Parties Sundays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Private Parties

SEASON PASSES Individual Family (Limit 4)

$140 $400

Each additional member Under 18 $70

DAILY ADMISSION COSTS

SWIMMING LESSONS Swimming lessons will be offered throughout the summer in three three-week sessions. Sessions are offered in the mornings and evenings Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Morning lessons are 9-9:30 a.m., 9:45-10:15 a.m., 10:30-11 a.m., and 11:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m.; Levels 4-6 are 45 minutes. The evening lessons are from 5:30–6 p.m. Out-of-District participants will be assessed one out-of-district fee of $15 for all three sessions. The American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety Program features six levels of Learn-to-Swim. The objectives for each level are below. Students need to complete one level before moving on to the next.

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS INFANT–PARENT / 30 MINUTE CLASS Requires parent accompaniment in the water. Emphasis will be on teaching the parent to position and maneuver the child in the water. In addition, the parent will learn the routine on basic skills. Swimmers must be worn by all children who are not toilet trained. Swimmers are available at the front desk for $2. Ages: 6 months -2 years Cost: $40 per three-week session TODDLER /LEVEL I– Introduction to Water Skills / 30 minute class The Toddler/Level I program is structured for children who have completed the infant program and can walk without assistance. All children who are not toilet trained must wear swimmers. Swimmers are available at the front desk for $2. This level helps students feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Ages: 3 years and up Cost: $40 per three-week session

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DAILY SWIM SCHEDULE Mondays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Open Swim Tuesdays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Open Swim Wednesdays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Open Swim Thursdays 12–1 p.m. Adult Lap Swim 1–5 p.m. Open Swim 7–9 p.m. Adult Sports Programs

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Youth 1-5 years old (All times) $2.50 6-17 years old 1-5 p.m. $4.50 7-9 p.m. $3.75

Adults 12-1 p.m. $3.50 1-5 p.m. $5 7-9 p.m. $4.50 Senior (60 and up) All time $3.50

LEVEL II - Fundamental Aquatic Skills / 30 minute class Gives students success with fundamental skills. Skills include beginnings of strokes and water survival. Ages: 5 years and up Cost: $40 per three-week session LEVEL III - Stroke Development / 30 minute class Builds on the skills in Level II by providing additional guided practice. Cost: $40 per three-week session LEVEL IV - Stroke Development / 45 minute class Develops confidence in the strokes learned and improves other aquatic skills. Cost: $55 per three-week session LEVEL V - Stroke Refinement / 45 minute class Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes. Cost: $55 per three-week session LEVEL VI - Swimming and Skill Proficiency / 45 minute class Refines the strokes so students swim them with ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Level 6 is designed with “menu” options. Each of these options focuses on preparing students to participate in more advanced courses, such as Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguard Training. Cost: $55 per three-week session


MORNING OR EVENING SESSIONS MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, & FRIDAY

Registration Begins May 1 June 4 June 25

Sign up online at ccrec.org or at the pool!

AQUA AEROBICS 101

Fit 101 will be offering pool workouts every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. all summer long. Our workouts won’t be your typical aqua aerobics, instead, imagine high intensity interval training but substitute running for swimming. Movements will be performed out of pool with body weight, dumbbells, and kettlebells and then jump in the pool to swim a few laps. Every week’s workout will be different, but each will be challenging and fun! This class is for adults only (18 and older) and all fitness levels are welcome. There is no registration required, but there is a $5 fee per class. Join Tiffany Javernick for a great one-hour exercise session in the Icabone Swimming Pool. The start date and time of this program will be determined in May. Check our website, ccrec.org to get more information.

CAÑON CITY PIRANHA SWIM TEAM Do you love to swim?

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THREE 3-WEEK SESSIONS Session Dates 1 June 3 – June 21 2 June 24 – July 12 3 July 15– August 2

The Cañon City Swim Team is currently seeking anyone, between the ages of 6 and 18, who is interested in joining the Piranhas Swim Team. If you live in Cañon City, Florence, Penrose, Rockvale, or any of the surrounding areas and you LOVE to swim, come join our team. Team practice begins mid-May when the Icabone Pool opens, and continues through the first week of August. The swim meet competitions begin the last weekend in May and continue throughout the summer. Swim meets are held every weekend with teams located along the Arkansas Valley, including Salida, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Lamar, La Junta, Las Animas, and Rocky Ford, and Alamosa. The meet in Cañon City is July 12 – 14. Attending meets is not a requirement of the team, however they are always a lot of fun! Swimming is an excellent and fun way to stay in shape and make life long friends! Swim Season: Starts mid-May and runs through the first week of August. There is an informational open house on Wednesday, April 17th at the Recreation District Meeting Room from 6:30 -8 p.m. Swim parents are invited to a “Start-of-the-season” meeting on Friday, May 10 from 6- 7 p.m. at the Recreation District meeting Room. Fees: $200 (includes registrations for regular meets, pool time, expert instruction and Recreation District pool use fee) $35 Insurance (Required and non-refundable) Athlete Requirement: You must be between the ages of 6 and 18 and capable of swimming 25 yards. To register or get more information contact: Kellie Siegfried at piranhascc@gmail.com Or visit our website: https://piranhascc.wixsite.com/canoncityswimteam

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Special Events

GET OUTDOORS AND PLAY WITH FAR

Fremont Adventure Recreation’s (F.A.R.) mission is to promote a culture of community and healthy living through outdoor recreation in the Royal Gorge Region. They collaborate with existing runs to coordinate and promote the events, as well as work on their own events to provide a wide variety of outdoor activities. Below is a list of some upcoming events they will be involved in during the coming months. Get out and go FAR! RunBlossom ½ Marathon, 5K, & Kids’ Fun Run When: Saturday, May 4 Where: Centennial Park Time: 7:30 a.m. for the ½ Marathon 8:30 a.m. for the 5K Register: runBlossom.org (Proceeds will benefit the FAR & Cañon City Music & Blossom Festival)

2nd Annual Women’s Mountain Bike Session Join us as we navigate the skills, trails, and trials of learning to mountain bike. All you need is a functioning bike, a helmet, secure footwear, a water bottle or hydration pack, and layers of clothing to shed as it gets warm. We’ll spend the morning together and then break into skills-level groups to explore the Trails. This area offers everything from wide dirt roads to challenging singletrack, and we’ll utilize all the terrain we need to help you get comfortable on your bike. When: Saturday, May 11, 9:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Where: Royal Gorge Park Trail, Cañon City (Meet at the Campground parking lot, and follow County Road 3A to the turnoff and bear right at the Y) Who: All abilities and ages of women

Why: Because learning to mountain bike can be intimidating, and we want to help! Cost: FREE! 2nd Annual Run the Rim Trail Run Looking for a trail run with spectacular views, sweet singletrack, and a fun after-party? Join us for the Run the Rim trail run on July 27. More details coming soon at joinFAR.org. Royal 50 MTB Bike Race Fremont Adventure Recreation is proud and excited to announce the Royal Gorge Region’s first ever mountain bike race-The Royal 50. This epic ride, which will take place on the newest jewel in Cañon City’s crown - the Royal Gorge Park Trails - takes you across singletrack trails that offer flowy fun and technical challenges. When: Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1 Register: royal50.com Adventure Kids Series Summer is coming, and we’d love for you to join us for our Adventure Kids Series. We’ll meet at four different locations and explore our own backyard. We’ll look for fossils, find new trails, and learn about local geology. There is no age limit, and any child may attend WITH A PARENT / GUARDIAN. A parent or guardian must be present at all times on our guided hikes. How far we get, what we see, where we go all depends on who shows up for each hike.

Check joinFAR.org to get time and location information or like and follow us Facebook.

BACKWARDS SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT

The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District will offer an Adult Reverse Softball Tournament at the Rouse Park Fields later this summer. Rules are very similar to normal slow-pitch softball, but you run the bases in reverse order. The games are very entertaining as you wait to see who runs the wrong way. We will announce dates, fees and, registration information, in May. All of the information will be available on the website at ccrec.org.

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OPEN KAYAK NIGHTS AT THE POOL

Attention all paddlers, or people who want to learn to paddle, the Recreation District is ready to have some fun with kayaks this summer at the pool. Every Thursday evening from 7-9 p.m., Luke Miller will run an Open Kayak Night, for both beginners and experienced paddlers. The first hour will be working on kayak skills, such as bracing and rolling, while the second hour will be a controlled game of kayak water polo. If you are a beginner, this program is for you, as experienced participants will show you the basics of kayaking in a controlled environment. We will have a limited amount of equipment available for use. If you have your own gear, please bring it. Proceeds support pool operations. Dates: Thursday evenings, May 30-August 29 Times: 7-9 p.m. Cost: $10 per person, per session Ages: 8 or older Equipment: Bring your own gear, but we do have a limited amount of equipment available Location: R.C. Icabone Swimming Pool 1131 College Ave., Cañon City.


2019 ROYAL GORGE WHITEWATER FESTIVAL June 21-22

The 2019 Royal Gorge Whitewater Festival (RGWF) returns to Cañon City on June 21 and 22. The 11th Annual RGWF at Centennial Park (Duck Park) and is loaded with numerous events, a variety of incredible bands, a large beer garden, great food, and a kid’s fun zone.

There is plenty of entertainment in Centennial Park for everyone with beer, food, vendors, bands, and a fun zone. The band line-up will be announced on the website. You don’t want to miss this festival; it’s all about Boats, Bands, and Beer. All of the proceeds will benefit the expansion of the Whitewater Park through WKRP, the Fremont Community Foundation, and The Greater Cañon City Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. This truly is the ultimate summer party for the entire family.

ROYAL GORGE RIM TO RIM 5K/10K RACES In addition to running one of the most beautiful courses in Colorado, your race fee also includes: • A day pass to the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park • Live post-race music • An $11 food voucher to be used within the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park • A long-sleeved cotton commemorative t-shirt • A raffle ticket to win over a dozen great prizes • The possibility of winning a unique trophy made from a real Royal Gorge Bridge plank! (1st and 2nd-place age group winners and overall race winners only) Race: Rim to Rim 5K/10K Run When: Saturday, October 5 Where: Royal Gorge Bridge & Park @ 8:30 am Register: rimtorim.net The proceeds will benefit the Starpoint Foundation.

SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY WITH FCF

The Fremont Community Foundation (FCF) is a local foundation dedicated to providing support for non-profit organizations in Fremont County through the successful promotion of community events. They have several events coming up in 2019 and all are designed for everyone to have a good time. The upcoming events include: FlashBack on Main Street, July 6 Royal Gorge Whitewater Festival, June 21-22

FLASHBACK ON MAIN

Live from downtown Cañon City, sponsored by St. Thomas More Hospital and Centura Health, the Fremont Community Foundation is bringing you t musical legends to Main Street Downtown Cañon City. Featuring legends in their own minds, the rock and roll greats Flash Cadillac with a guest appearance by the 3A State Champion Cañon City High School Band. Plus, a special appearance by Adam Ashley. Don›t miss this FREE street dance with classic cars, food and fun. Mark Saturday July 6 on Main St. in Historic Downtown Cañon City. Gates open at 4 p.m. Don›t miss it.

For more information check out their website fremontcommunityfoundation.org.

Special Events

There is a wide array of RGWF events which both beginning and expert level whitewater enthusiasts can enjoy. They include the popular ByOB (Build your Own Boat) Race and Raft Rodeo, as well as the Community Raft Race and freestyle events. There are plenty of events to choose from and you can get the complete list at royalgorgewhitewaterfestival.com.

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AFTERMATH

Special Events

HAUNTED HOUSE For the past three years Aftermath has been rated as one of the top haunted houses in the state of Colorado and now is the time you find out why. We use the natural landscape and house to the east of the Recreation District offices and create the ultimate fright, both indoors and out. Come and witness the horror and darkness of Halloween like never before. Inside the house you will lose all sense of direction as you wind your way through the rooms. Every room has a different experience, all to give you a scare you won’t soon forget. The entrance is located east of the District office under the blue tent, look for the lights. Free parking is available by the Dog Park and at the Arkansas Riverwalk parking lots on both sides of Ash St. All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult and have parent permission. Remember the event is also outdoors, so dress appropriately. We will see you at Aftermath this October. Location: Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District Office, 575 Ash Street (Event starts at the Archery Range) Dates: October 13, 20, 26 and 27 Time: 7 p.m. Cost: $15 per person

WE WILL SEE YOU AT AFTERMATH THIS OCTOBER.

ORCHARD OF HOPE FOUNDATION

The Vision of the Orchard of Hope Foundation is a world where cancer patients concentrate on the demanding road to recovery rather than the financial burdens associated with treatment. On July 13 they will host their annual Walk For Hope at Veteran’s Park. Teams, Businesses, Organizations and Groups team up to raise funds for the Orchard of Hope Foundation. Enjoy an exciting day of fun activities, entertainment, valuable drawings, and shopping of local goods. All monies raised at this event benefit the financial needs of local cancer patients as opposed to other organizations that raise monies for research that are not filtered back to our community. Other events still to come this year include a Guardians Angel Dinner and Chili’s Breakfast fundraiser. Visit their website atorchardofhope.org to get more information.

SPECIAL EVENTS COMING SOON

The Cañon City Area Recreation and Park District is always looking to offer special events throughout the year. We are currently working on a few other events to host, including a 3v3 Soccer Tournament in late July or early August, a few different softball tournaments, and some other family events. Check our website ccrec.org and our Facebook page for event announcements in the coming month!

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