F a l l 2 012 Guide
Parks & Recreation Special Events See upcoming opportunities on page: 5
Looking Forward A new article every issue! Page 3
Touch A Truck
Rifle Fire Dept. Open House
Senior Programs and more on page: 9
Sunlight Winter Sports Bus Ride Rec Bus on pages: 7 and 8 When you see this...
You know you can register online!
More on Page 5 202 Railroad Avenue R i f l e , C O 816 5 0 97 0 . 6 6 5 . 6 57 0 www.rif leco.org/recreation
General Table of Contents General Information Swim Guide Youth Guide Trips and Tours Special Events Outdoor Recreation Adult Guide Senior Guide Fitness Guide Gymnastics Guide
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City of Rifle Telephone Numbers City of Rifle Rifle Recreation Rifle Parks Rifle Art Dague Pool & Waterslide Rifle Fitness Center Email: email@example.com Website: rifleco.org Fax
665.6400 665.6570 665.6480 665.6571 665.6572 625.6285
Scholarships Scholarships are available for qualified applicants. Contact Rifle Recreation for further details.
Refund Policy Refunds will not be given after Registration Deadline or three days before activity (whichever comes first)
Returned Checks A $25 service charge will be added to all returned checks. We accept VISA and Mastercard.
Rifle Recreation reserves the right to change any information in this guide. All changes will be posted at the recreation desk in City Hall and on the web page.
City Council Mayor Jay Miller Alan Lambert Jennifer Sanborn Jonathan Rice Keith Lambert Rich Carter Randy Winkler
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board
Ryan Mackley - Chair Michael Churchill - Vice Chair Christi Gray - Secretary Wilma Paddock - Alternate Betty Fitzgibbon Tom Stuver Ed Weiss
Office Information RIFLE RECREATION is located on the lower level of City Hall, 202 Railroad Ave. Office hours are usually 8 AM-5 PM, Monday-Friday. If you cannot make these hours, please call and we will set something up. Because we are a small department, we are not in the office at all times. Rifle Recreation is committed to supporting the AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT. Please call us if you require special assistance for participation in our programs.
Deadlines Why does Rifle Recreation have deadlines? Why does Rifle Recreation charge late fees?
Some activities we have our deadlines over a month before the activity starts, such as youth baseball. The reason the registration deadline is so early is because we need to complete the following before the season begins: Split players up into teams Order uniforms Meet with the other towns to make game schedules Make sure we have enough coaches Make sure we have enough sponsors for the teams Make sure we have enough equipment for each of the teams Have a coaches meeting to schedule practices Why do we charge a late fee? The foremost reason is to have participants register on time. After a deadline has passed, we need to do extra work for a new participant to be enrolled such as: Ordering an extra uniform. This costs us more after our initial order, we save money with bulk orders Ordering extra equipment Contacting the coach or instructor with the new information, since rosters have usually been distributed Rifle Recreation puts limits on the amount of children on a team for the following reasons: Extra players on teams effect all participants playing time Kid management (the more kids, the harder it is for the volunteer coaches) Equipment (we make sure there is enough equipment, i.e. basketballs, for each child) To avoid these hassles, register before the registration deadline. Take a look at the Activity Registration Dates page
Why does Rifle Recreation register so early for sports activities? Why canâ€™t we add another child to a full team? We receive these questions often, especially after deadlines have passed. Deadlines are set so we have time to organize activities. Most deadlines are set a week before an activity begins. Usually, these activities need just a head count so we have
Registration Facts Ways to Register: Online at: www.rifleco.org/recreation If you have not created an account with Rifle Recreation, click on the Register Online button to create your personal Rifle Recreation account. Here you can register for many activities and pay any fees.
Reg. Facts cont. Online registration is available for MOST activities. Those expempt are activities that require a uniform fitting, or special instructions. For these activities, registration will need to take place at the Rifle Recreation office. Register by coming to Rifle Recreation: Registration forms are available at Rifle Recreation for your activity registration and for mail in registrations (Walk-in registrations have precedence over mail-in). No registrations will be taken without payment. Mail your registrations to: Rifle Recreation, 202 Railroad Ave., Rifle, CO 81650.
Recreation Staff Recreation Director: Aleks Briedis firstname.lastname@example.org 970.665.6579
Assitant Recreation Director: Wayne Edgeton email@example.com 970.665.6578
Athletics Coordinator: Jeff Seastone firstname.lastname@example.org 970.665.6575
Aquatics Coordinator: Linda Stilson email@example.com 970.665.6573
Community Events Coordinator: Blair Bracken firstname.lastname@example.org 970.665.6574
Health and Fitness Coordinator: Amy Turgeon email@example.com 970.665.6576
Mission Statement â€œTo put forth the highest level of parks, programs, facilities, and services necessary to establish Rifle as the premier recreational community on the Western Slope.â€?
Goals 1: Promote healthy lifestyles through year-round recreational and leisure opportunities. 2: Complete, landscape and beautify all parks. 3: Complete Trail System to provide safe transportation throughout our community. 4: Ensure a rational investment of park and recreation funds for recreation programs, parks, trails, open space, indoor facilities and reserves. 5: Partner with other organizations and groups to improve and expand Park and Recreation opportunities. 6: Provide optimal work space for efficient operations.
As part of our mission, Rifle Parks and Recreation strives to create the best programs and facilities for Rifle and its surrounding communities.
As 2012 heads into the fall season, Rifle Parks and Recreation looks to 2013 with renewed vision, forward thinking and innovative planning. As such, we have many new and exciting projects in mind, on the horizon, or already within stages of completion. Rifle Parks and Recreation’s top priorities for 2013-2014 include:
“...enhancing the experience • Deerfield Grant / Deerfield Park Improvements o See below for participants and spectators • Trail System alike (is) something we’re o Continue planning the completion the Rifle Creek Trail from the Rest Area to Deerfield Park and construct when funds are excited to get underway as available. soon as possible.” • Centennial Park Playground o Master plan has been completed and will be constructed at the north end of the great bowl when funds are available. • Boat Ramp o Planning continues with the Visitor’s Improvement Fund board to construct a boat ramp at a safer location west of the existing ramp with a parking lot, trail system and other amenities. Of the above priorities, winning a grant to improve Deerfield Park looms as one of our most anticipated. Deerfield Park is located at 300 East 30th Street, and with four softball fields, two soccer fields and one baseball diamond, it is Rifle’s main sports park. This facility hosts all youth and adult softball and baseball practices and games as well as practices for youth soccer programs and will be the future venue for the new Flag Football program this fall. Cooper Field is the Baseball Diamond in Deerfield Park and acts as the venue for all local games, hosting Rifle High School and Rifle Parks and Recreation leagues. This field will be a primary focus on the new improvements set to take place in Deerfield Park. While these facilities serve the fundamental needs of our local sports programs, a variety of improvements would make this facility more community friendly and inviting, enhancing the quality of the park and visitors’ experiences. Aleks Briedis, Rifle Recreation Director, has submitted a grant to Great Outdoors Colorado to fund this sought-after project. A grant decision will be made mid-December. “We have a good facility to host our sports programs, but receiving a grant to help us round out the functionality and sustainability of Deerfield Park will both enable and promote broader use, enhancing the experience for participants and spectators alike -- and, that’s something we’re excited to get underway as soon as possible.” If the grant is awarded, park improvements will include: • ADA (handicap accessible) compliant improvements including: Three sets of accessible Cooper Field bleachers; Parking lot accessibility to Cooper Field, and accessible in-ground dugouts (versus the current use of temporary sheds). • Permanent restrooms by Cooper Field (versus current use of portable facilities). • Lighting in the parking lot (currently, once field lights are turned off after night games there is no lighting, which causes a safety concern). • A variety of landscaping to help beautify the area. • Installation of a dewatering system (Soggy areas often persist in the outfield of Roan Field and in the northeast corner of the Anvil Points field). • Construction of a concession stand and press box behind Cooper Field • The construction of a landscaped plaza around Cooper Field If awarded, the projected timeline to complete these improvements will be Fall of 2013. Please check the City of Rifle website for updates!
By: Blair Bracken
RE-2 Fall Soccer k-2nd grade
Join Rifle Recreation for an in-town developmental soccer league! We will be forming coed soccer teams for the Fall 2012 season. Kindergartners will practice one day a week, 1st through 2nd graders will practice twice a week. Ages: K - 2nd Grade Registration begins: August 13th, 2012 Deadline for registration: August 30th Cost: $20.00 per player. All grades play games on Fridays at 6:00 PM at Davidson Park. If interested in coaching please contact Rifle Recreation
Girls Youth Basketball Get ready for another great season of basketball! The league for girls in 4th - 6th grade is more competitive where as the 3rd - 4th grade league is more skill oriented. Games will be on Saturdays - locations will be listed on game schedules (may be in Parachute, Silt, New Castle or Rifle). Check the web for practice and game schedules closer to the season start date. Games begin October 27. If you are interested in coaching please contact Rifle Recreation. Registration begins August 31st and ENDS Spetember 28. Age: Date: Cost: 3rd/4th grade 10/15-12/8 $30 4th - 6th grade 10/15-12/15 $45
Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do is the Korean form of Karate. It teaches self-discipline and promotes physical and mental wellbeing. Please wear loose fitting clothes during class. Each participant moves at his or her own pace. Get the whole family involved! Location : Rifle Fitness Center Min/Max: None Instructors: Master Bill Strouse Registration Deadline: None Fee: $38 individual or $35/person in family Age: Day: Date: Time 8 + M/W 10/2 - 12/19 7-8:30 p.m. 8 + M/W 1/7 - 3/27 7-8:30 p.m.
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After Labor Day, Rifle Recreation begins two new sports programs: Flag Football, and Youth Volleyball! 3rd through 4th graders have the choice to play either Flag Football, or join the 3rd through 4th grade Volleyball team!
Flag Football COLORADO RIVER VALLEY YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL (GRADES 3-4) Are you ready for some football?! All boys and girls in grades 3rd and 4th are invited to come out and play some flag football in this new CRV program. The format is non-contact 5 on 5 with the focus on skill development, fitness and FUN! This program includes 1-2 practices a week with possible games scheduled against teams from New Castle, Parachute, Meeker, Glenwood Springs, and other teams from Rifle. MOUTH GUARDS ARE MANDATORY (Please provide one for your player)
Just a few spots are left! Call Jeff at 970.665.6575
Location: Deerfield Park (Anvil Points Soccer Field) Minimum: 10 Players Instructors: Volunteers Registration Deadline: August 30th. Dates: September 4 – October 25 Time: Monday-Thursdays after school Cost: $20.00
Youth Volleyball Youth Volleyball (3/4th Grades) Rifle Recreations new Introduction to Volleyball program is perfect for the young boy or girl wanting to try this exciting sport. The program will focus on teaching the basic skills of the sport; passing, serving, setting and hitting. Youth Volleyball (5/6th Grades) This new coed league will prepare young players to advance their skills with 1-2 practices a week, and league matches against other teams in our area. The focus will be on continued skill development and FUN! Ages: 3rd through 4th grade 5th through 6th grade Location: An RE-2 Gym Minimum: 10 Instructors: Volunteers Registration Deadline: August 30th. Dates: September 4 – October 25 Time: Monday-Thursdays after school Cost: $20.00
Just a few spots are left! Call 970.665.6570
Touch A Truck 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament Get your teams together; the 3-on-3 is back! This tournament has eight (8) divisions:5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade boys; 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th grade girls. Each division will be limited to eight (8) teams, so sign-up early. Each team is limited to 4 players and is guaranteed 4 games. Prizes will be awarded to winning teams. Games will be held at Rifle Middle School and played on Saturday (and Sunday if needed). Date: Time: 1/11 - 1/13 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Fee: $60/Team
Rifle Write Off Attention all writers and poets - if you are looking for some mental exercise this fall, then take part in the Rifle Write-Off. Participants will be judged in two categories: short story and poem. Writers will be split into divisions: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9-12th graders, and open. Entries due to Recreation Department by Friday, November 2. All participants will be notified of results by December 7. Grade 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9 - 12th Open
Participation in this event is free!
Rifle Rampage The Rampage is back! Welcoming skaters, bikers, scooters and blades. Competitiors will compete against other participants according to their age and ability. We will have two divisions: beginner and advanced. Judging will be based on two solo, 60 second runs. Head down to the Rfile Action Park and watch these up and comers throw down! Location : Rifle Action Park Date: Registration Time: Fee: 10/06 9:30 a.m. $5.00
Pathway to Fishing Come join the Rifle Recreation Department, in conjunction with the Division of Wildlife, Rifle Falls Fish Hatchery, Colorado Sportsmen Wildlife Fund, Colorado State Parks and Bureau of Land Management for this exciting event. Ages 6-12 years will learn basics of knot tying, casting, about fish ecology and other interesting facts about fish living. All participants will receive a free tackle box, tackle and casting pole! Location : Visitor Center - Lions Pond Min/Max: 10/110 Registration Deadline: 9/2 Age: Day: Date: Time: Fee: 6-12 Sa 9/8 9:30 a.m.-Noon Free
Rifle Fire Dept. Open House Rifle Recreation, and Rifle Fire Department are teaming up for an exciting and educational event! So join Rifle Recreation for the annual Touch A Truck event, in conjunction with Rifle Fire Departmentâ€™s Open House! Come on down to Rifle Fire House, the new location, and get a hands on experience with all sorts of equipment! We plan on having as many types of vehicles as we can get including Helicopter, Police Cars, Dump Trucks, Fire Trucks, Tractors and much more. Participants must register before participating. Age: All ages
Date: Time: 9/22 10:00 AM
Punt Pass and Kick
Get ready for the 2012 NFL Pepsi Punt, Pass & Kick.! A Colorado Parks and Recreation Association youth program. Girls and boys ages 8-15 years can compete in punting, passing and kicking for distance and accuracy. Winners of local competition advance onto sectionals. No football cleats allowed in competition. Ages are as of December 31, 2012. Location : Deerfield Park Min/Max: None Registration Deadline: Day Of Age: Day: Date: Time: Fee: 8-15 Sa 9/15 10:00 a.m. Free
Adult Guide 4 Person Adult Volleyball League Tenitively beginning Wednesdays in October. Open gym on September 26 at 8:00 PM Tentatively, games will begin October 3. All game dates are tentative until gym schedules are set. Recreational and Competitive leagues available. Competitive leagues is limited to eight (8) teams. Recreational league limited to four (4) teams. Rosters limited to eight (8) players. Each team will play each other once (twice in rec) to seed for final single elimination tournament. Winners will receive t-shirts. Registration Deadline: 9/26 Location: Rifle High School
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League Min/Max and Fee: Competitive 4/8 $115 Recreational 3/4 $115 ownload registration forms and rules at www.rifleco.org $40 late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline, if spots are available.
Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do is the Korean form of Karate. It teaches self-discipline and promotes physical and mental wellbeing. Please wear loose fitting clothes during class. Each participant moves at his or her own pace. Get the whole family involved! Location : Wamsley Elementary Min/Max: None Instructors: Master Bill Strouse Registration Deadline: None Fee: $38 individual or $35/person in family Age: Day: Date: Time 8 + M/W 10/2 - 12/19 7-8:30 p.m. 8 + M/W 1/7 - 3/27 7-8:30 p.m.
Adult Co-ed Indoor Soccer Tenitively beginning Tuesdays in January. Open gym on January 9 at 8:00 PM. Games will begin January 16. Limited to four (4) teams. Rosters limited to ten (12) players. Each team will play each other twice. Winners will receive t-shirts. Download registration forms and rules at www.rifleco.org $40 late fee will be assessed after the registration deadline, if spots are available. All dates tentative until gym schedules are set. Registration Deadline: 1/9 Location: Rifle High School
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Season Bus Passes are available for $15, or you can purchase one trip for $5
Please remember - this is not a lift ticket. That must be purchased on your own. Dates Running:
12/15 - 3/30
Sunlight Winter Sports Bus Schedule The bus will run every Saturday between December 15 and March 30 tentatively. There will be no bus pickup December 25th. The Sunlight Sports Bus will also run on the dates listed below. Your $15 Season Bus Pass does cover the fees for these special dates. If you do not have a Season Bus Pass you can purchase a one-day pass for $5 for any trip.
Additional Sunlight Trips Covered Under Season Bus Pass: Christmas Break: Saturday December 5 Saturday December 22 Monday December 24 Wednesday December 26 Saturday December 29 Tuesday January 1 Thursday January 3
Days off School: Spring Break: Monday March 25 Tuesday March 26 Wednesday March 27 Thursday March 28
RE-2 Fridays: January 25 February 8 February 22 March 8
Off School - Powederhorn! Date: Fee: 2/15 $6
Dates Running: Wednesdays 1/09 - 3/20
Season Bus Passes are available for $15, or you can purchase one trip for $5 Please remember - this is not a lift ticket. That must be purchased on your own.
Sunlight Winter Sports Bus
Get your board or skis waxed up and lets start another season at Sunlight Mountain Resort! All you have to do is come down to the Recreation Department, have a parent sign a registration form, and call 665-6570 by 8:00 AM the Tuesday before to reserve your spot. The bus is limited to 47 riders. With the purchase of this pass you are able to go on any Sunlight trip during the season. Tentative bus schedule is as follows, these times depend on road conditions. THIS PASS IS NOT A LIFT TICKET - THAT MUST BE PURCHASED ON YOUR OWN.
Departure Locations/Times & Return Times Parachute’s Daylight Donuts 8:10 AM/ Return 5:00 PM Rifle’s Burger King 8:30 AM/ Return 4:30 PM Silt’s Tim’s Tools 8:45 AM/ Return 4:15 PM New Castle’s City Market 9:00 AM/ Return 4:40 PM We arrive at Sunlight at 9:00 AM and leave at 3:30 PM
When leaving a message to reserve your seat, make sure you say the following: Information (please speak slowly and clearly): Name Phone number Pick-up location Date of ride Any special instructions (not returning on bus etc) SEATING IS LIMITED. CALL AND RESERVE YOUR SPOT. NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE BUS WITHOUT A RESERVATION
Dinner in the Valley
Trips Fall Color Trip Fall is quickly approaching! Join Rifle Recreation and take a scenis by-way trip to see the aspens in their glories! Our travel route goes over McClure Pass and the Grand Mesa. We will stop for lunch, so bring your pocket book. We should return around 3:30 PM. Bus will be leaving from Rifle Senior Center. Date: Time: Fee: Min/Max: 9/26 8:30 am $8 6/14
Lets meet for dinner at a different restaurant in the valley each month. Join our group in the Rifle Recreation bus for some fine dining throughout the year. Restaurants and times are subject to change. Meet the bus before dinner at the Senior Center. Location:
Olive Garden W 9/12 4:00 p.m. $5 The Rivers W 10/10 4:00 p.m. $3 Elk Creek Mining
3rd Annual Centennial Tree Lighting Ceremony Join us, December 1st, for the City of Rifleâ€™s 3rd Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Centennial Park!
Sammyâ€™s W 12/12 4:00 p.m. $1
Tree Lighting Date: Time: Fee: 12/01 12:00pm - 5:00pm Free
Rifle Senior Center Schedule
9:00 a.m. Senior Exercise 12:00 p.m. New Castle Lunch Traveler available Rifle 11:30 a.m. Senior Wellness 2nd Monday of the Month
Tuesdays 8:30 a.m. Pinochle 12:00 p.m. Rifle Lunch Traveler available Rifle, Silt, Parachute and New Castle 1:30 p.m. 1st Tuesday of the month Sales and Can Committee Meeting 1:30 p.m. 3rd Tuesday of the month Rifle Advisory Board Committee Meeting 2:00 p.m. Line Dancing Practice Wednesdays 9:00 a.m. Senior Exercise 12:00 p.m. Silt and Parachute Lunch reservations required by noon on Mondays Silt call 625-1877, Parachute call 285-7216 1:00 p.m. Bridge
Register for any of the senior activities at the Rifle Senior Center or call 625-1877 Monthly Meal Menus are available at the Rifle Senior Center. Traveler goes to: Grocery, Doctor, Hair Appointments and Shopping. By appointment only, 24 hours in advance: 625-1366
Thursdays 8:30 a.m. Pinochle 12:00 p.m. Rifle Lunch Traveler available Rifle, Silt, Parachute and New Castle Fridays 8:30 a.m. Pinochle 9:00 a.m. Senior Exercise 12:00 p.m. Rifle Lunch - Traveler Rifle only 1:30 p.m. Bingo 6:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd Fridays Pinochle Tournament Saturdays 8:00 a.m. Breakfast on the last Saturday of the month, call on Friday 625-1877
The Rifle Senior Center 50 Ute Avenue Rifle, CO 81650 970-625-1877
M e m b e r r at e s Monthly Ages 15-64 $45.00 per person Ages 65+ $35.00
Monthly auto withdrawal*
$40.00 per person
$450.00 per person
$30.00 per person
$350.00 per person
$400.00 per person
* Monthly withdrawal with credit card. $60 cancellation fee. ** Per Person - must live in same household Kids must be at least 15 yrs old and accompanied by an adult. Contact Amy Turgeon at: 970.665.6572 for questions.
C o r p o r at e R at e s * Number of Employees 2-20 Employees:
Full Year $400.00 per person
21 + Employees:
$375.00 per person
* Agency must pay for full year up front.
20 Punch Pass
Hours: Mon - Thur: 5am - 9pm Fri: 5am - 7pm Sat: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm Sun: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Child Watch (per child/per hour):
General Fitness Classes:
Drop In Rate: $5.00 Monthly Rate available
Drop In Rate: $7.00 Monthly Rate available
$20-$35 per hour www.rifleco.org/rfc
RIFLE FITNESS CENTER 800 Airport Road, Suite 9 Rifle, CO 970.665.6572
Personal Training Packages 1 session – 35 5 sessions – 165 10 sessions –300 20 sessions - 580
Child Watch $3.00 per child / hour 20 punch pass: 55.00 Hours: Monday 8:30-1pm Tuesday 8:30-1pm 5:30-7:30pm Wednesday 8:30-1pm 4:30-7:30pm Thursday 8:30-1pm 4:30-7:30pm Friday 8:30-1pm
Fitness Classes Zumba This high energy and motivating class uses music with unique moves and combinations that allow the participants to dance away their worries. Cardio Blast and Burn All levels welcome. Cardio and strength training intervals. Boost your metabolism and sculpt your body. Pilates This small group class is designed to give you a full body work out using all of the Pilates equipment. You will learn proper breathing, posture, alignment and an understanding of core control. Classes focus on strength, flexibility, balance, posture, mobility and stability.
Tone ‘n Tighten Improve muscular strength and endurance through upper and lower body resistance training. This class accommodates a wide range of fitness levels. Get the toned body that you have always wanted using a variety of techniques. Boot Camp Are you up for the challenge? If so, then Boot Camp is calling your name! This intense workout is designed for those who are looking for something beyond the basic exercise program. This class includes cardiovascular and strength training drills and will be sure to make you sweat! Kickboxing Interval Training All levels welcome. This class focuses on bootcamp, cardio drills, building core strengthening and balance.
Yoga In a flowing sequence of traditional poses come find the edge you’ve been looking for. Using movement with breath, increase your strength, coordination, concentration, and body awareness while calming your mind and reducing stress. Challenge yourself at your level, and leave feeling more balanced, on the mat and off. Women on Weights This class is a specially designed class for women that are interested in beginning weight lifting without the intimidation of the fitness floor. Start out the right way with a full body workout that will incorporate strength training and develop muscular tone.
Cancerfit The City of Rifle partners with Cancerfit Institute to offer exercise programs to adult cancer survivors. Exercise Physiologist with a cancer specialty oversee all aspects of the exercise regimen, which aids in recovery and general fitness during and after treatment. The program includes flexibility, cardiovascular and strength training. Cancerfit is open to adults of all ages and fitness levels. Participants are both men and women who have survived every type of cancer. How does exercise benefit a cancer survivor? • improves cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength • reduces fatigue • improves ability to perform day-to-day duties • enhances mood and reduces anxiety • reduces pain and nausea • refocuses energy from illness to wellness Cancerfit participants receive: • Pre/post fitness assessments • One on one professional exercise guidance • Exercise class just for survivors – Tuesday and Thursday from 8:15-9:15 • Social events • Support and fun with other survivors! Classes begin in April 3rd • The 6 month exercise program is $360.00. • 8 week class – 136.00 • Assessment – 75.00
Silver Sneakers The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program is an innovative health, exercise and wellness program helping older adults live healthy, active lifestyles. Get fit, have fun, make friends!
Gymnastics 4:30 - 5:25 pm Level 1 5:45 - 6:40 pm
Gymnastics 5:45 - 6:40 pm
$80 per month OR $75 per month for all three months
*Requires instructor approval
Tuesdays 4:45 - 5:40 pm
Boys 4:30 - 5:25 pm Level 1 5:30 - 6:25 pm Level 2 5:30 - 6:25 pm All Levels 6:30 - 7:25 pm Cheer Tumble 6:30 - 7:25 pm
Boys 4:30 - 5:25 pm
Thursdays 4:45 - 5:40 pm
Level 2&3 5:45 - 6:40 pm
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Level 1&2 1:30 - 2:25 pm
Level 1&2 12:30 - 1:25 pm
Gymnastics 11:00 - 11:45 am
Gymnastics 11:00 - 11:45 am Gymnastics 5:45 - 6:40 pm
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Oct 13-Nov 17
Gymnastics 10:00 - 10:45 am Gymnastics 10:00 - 10:45 am
Gymnastics 10:00 - 10:45 am
Oct 13-Nov 17
Parent & Tot 9:00 - 9:45 am
THURSDAY Parent & Tot 9:00 - 9:45 am
SCHEDULE Parent & Tot 9:00 - 9:45 am
All Classes are $45.00 per 8-11 month, or $40.00 per month with each three month Fall Session Registration. Parkour 11 + If paying on a month to 6:45 - 7:45 pm month basis, the registration of 9-13 the third month will qualify you for $15 off. This only applies per Pre Comp* session.
Synergy Gymnastics information
800 Airport Road, Suite 9, Rifle, CO 81650 970.665.6577
Registration Begins July 30
All Classes are $45.00 per month, or $40.00 per month with each three month Fall Session Registration.
Fall Session: August 27 - September 22 September 24 - October 20 October 22 - November 17
18m - 3yrs
F I T N E S S C E N T E R
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
$120 per month
USAG August 6 - May 30
Gymnastics 5:00 - 7:30 pm $55 per month Gymnastics Tuesdays: 5:00 - 7:00 pm Thursdays: 5:00 - 7:30 pm
Every 3rd Friday
Open Gym! Only $10!
6+ yrs 6+ yrs 2:30 - 4:00 pm 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Instructor approval required.
(Both Tues & Thurs)
XCEL Agust 6 - May 30
No classes July 2 - July 6
Thursdays: 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Tuesdays: 5:00 - 7:00 pm
XCEL All Levels $115 per month
XCEL Level 5+ 5:00 - 7:30 pm $55 per month
(Both Tues & Thurs) TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Winter Session Dates are tentative:
11/25 - 1/5
1/6 - 2/2
2/3 - 3/2
There will be no classes for competitive gymnastics: September 3 November 22 December 24, 25, 27, 31 January 1, 3 March 25, 26, 28 May 27
Fee: $110.00 Up to 12 Children ($8 for each additional child).
Saturday times available: 11am-1pm / 1:30-3:30pm / 4-6pm. Pick up your Birthday Party Packet today!
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12:00 - 5:00 pm 300 West 5th Street, Rifle Music, Beer, Food, Vendors, Fun and Games all day!
Saturday, October 20 2012
New Ute Theater E4:30 v e n- 10:30 t s C epmn t e r 132 East 4th Street, Rifle Street Dance, Music, Beer, dancing vendors and more!
For more information about Centennial Park Festivities, contact Blair Bracken at: 970.665.6574 For more information about New Ute Theatre Street Dance, contact: Shelley Aibner at: 970.414.0834 Or go to www.rifleco.org for an updated schedule of events!
Thank You, our valued participants for your continued support!
Where you can learn about us! www.rifleco.org
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