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Contact Us

Welcome to the Salem Kroc Center.

GENERAL INFORMATION / MAIN ���.���.���� or Aquatics ���.���.���� Birthday Parties ���.���.���� Events & Catering ���.���.���� Donations ���.���.���� Facility Rentals ���.���.���� Fitness ���.���.���� Kids’ Camps ���.���.���� Fine Arts & Education ���.���.���� Marketing ���.���.���� Memberships ���.���.���� Ministry/Church ���.���.���� Child Watch ���.���.���� Scholarships ���.���.����

Operating Hours Mon-Fri: �:��am - ��pm Sat: �am - ��pm Sunday: �pm - �pm Hours are subject to change. Please visit our website, for current hours, schedules, and events. You can also sign up for our e-newsletter, Kroc Bites, at

Holiday Closures Dec. �� | Christmas Eve Dec. �� | Christmas (Except for Church activities!) Jan. � | New Year’s Day Apr. � | Easter (Except for Church activities!)

Planned Pool Closures See page �� for Competitive Pool Closures

Modified Days Dec. �� | �PM-�PM Dec. �� | New Year's Eve, �AM-�PM

addresses Physical: ���� Bill Frey Drive NE | Salem, OR ����� Mail: PO Box ���� | Salem, OR �����


from portland (I-� South):

Take Exit ��� toward N Salem/ Fairgrounds/Amphitheater Turn R onto Portland Rd. Turn R onto Bill Frey Dr. End at ���� Bill Frey Dr. in Salem, OR �����

from south of salem (I-� North): Take Exit ��� toward OR-��E towards Pacific Hwy. E Turn L onto Portland Rd. Turn R onto Bill Frey Dr. End at ���� Bill Frey Dr. in Salem, OR �����

About The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal Christian church, has been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination since ����.


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Nearly �� million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through a wide array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. About �� cents of every dollar raised is used to support those services in nearly �,��� communities nationwide.


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Features �

| General Information Contact Info

Operating Hours & Closures

Facility Map

Welcome, History, & Mission

Giving Opportunities

Membership Rates & Policies

Sacred Grounds Café Hours

Kroc Center Age Requirements & Code of Conduct

Short Term Child Watch & Child Safety ��

| Kroc Corps Community Church


| program enrollment policies


| Aquatics Free Group Exercise Classes


Aquatic Workshops, Family Fun Nights


Swim Lessons




Specialty Aquatics Classes


Underwater Easter Egg Hunt!


Competitive Pool Closures


Aquatics Policies, Quick Age Reference


| Sports & Fitness Free Group Exercise Classes



Kids Sports Classes & Leagues


Rock Wall Classes & Private Instruction


Adult Sports Leagues


Get Started! Sessions, Fitness Workshops


Professional Personal Trainers


Age Quick Reference


Fitness & Health Classes

| Camps & Active kids classes The Game Room

The holidays are over, now it's time to focus on your New Year's Resolutions! Let the Salem Kroc


Center help you to achieve new heights and hard-to-reach goals with our creative and challenging programs! Look for our New Year, New You! marker (below), highlighting programs that will inspire you to step out of the norm and into something new spiritually, physically and socially! ��

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| Fine Arts & Education Open Areas, Storytime, Theater Class


DIY & Try It! Classes


Art, Music, and Education Classes


Dance Classes


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Map of Amenities

A ���-seat chapel/Theater, a large outdoor amphitheater & prayer garden, plus generous meeting space These venues allow for us to host the following types of events & programs: • Traditional, Contemporary, & Spanish Worship Services • Music, Dance, & Theater Performances • Weddings • Conferences • Speaking Events

A great location for sports, physical activity, and recreational fun. Some of the programs being offered are: • Sports Leagues • Group Exercise • Dance • Personal Training • Fitness Classes • Rock Climbing • Cycle Classes

Commercial Kitchen The commercial kitchen enables the facility to host full-service lunches & dinners, as well as catering to go.

Fitness Center, Recreation Gym, cycling room, Rock Wall, & Exercise Studio

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Gym Chapel/ Theater

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Benefits of this space include a Library Media Center and Art Studio. Some of the programs hosted here include: • Computer & Continuing Education Classes • Music, Art, & Dance Classes • After School Programs Sacred Grounds cafÉ • Reading Programs Our beautiful café, capable of • Christian Programming creating sandwiches and salads to order, as well as a variety of snacks, and of course--coffee. ♥

Free with membership or day pass! Stay updated at •Wii Games •Playstation � Games •Traditional Board Games •Foosball Table Leisure Pool & Splash Pad •Dance Pad With warmer water & lots of fun amenities, •Occasional Karaoke Events your kids will be clamoring to come swimming! And Adult Times are ideal for seniors and individuals with special needs. • Water Slide & Spouting Water Features • Swimming Lessons • Water Exercise • Open Swim • Lazy River • Hot Tub


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Splash Pad

Competition Pool

Competition Pool This �� yd. x �� m. pool is perfect for the following activities: • Lap Swimming / Swim Meets • Swimming & Diving Lessons • Deep Water Exercise • Water Polo • Synchronized Swimming

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Welcome to The Kroc Center

A note from the Majors.

Major Jerry Ames Marion/Polk County Coordinator Major Donna Ames Executive Director

We wish you the very best for this coming new year! We are dedicated to providing your family with a quality center that will help you reach your goals. Blessings,

History & Project Info

Give a Scholarship & Change a Life...

In January of ����, Joan Kroc left a large

“Not being able to workout has taken me to the limit emotionally,

endowment to The Salvation Army for the

and I wanted to express my gratitude for the scholarship. This injury

special purpose of building and helping to

has shown me how much I need the stress relief that working out

operate a new collection of corps commu-

provides. Thank you again for this blessing. Of course my girls love

nity centers across the country. After ��

it too. My oldest daughter has Down syndrome and I enrolled both

months and three competitive phases,

my girls in the Special Needs Dance Class, they love it!”

The Salvation Army of Salem, Oregon

-Kroc Scholarship Recipient

was awarded a portion of that endowment to build and operate a Kroc Cen-

There are hundreds of children and families that are living below the

ter in Salem, Oregon.

poverty level in our community. It’s likely they would have no way to participate in the educational programs, enjoy the beauty, the

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health and fun of the Kroc Center without your help. A donation of

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical

$��.�� a month will pay for a youth’s membership at the Kroc Cen-

part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the

ter. Would you please consider being a part of the Halo Donor Club

Bible, its ministry is motivated by the love of God, its mission is to

by making a monthly donation?

preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His

All donations are tax deductible. Contributing any amount to the

name without discrimination.

Kroc Scholarship Fund will make a difference in your community today! Please give the gift that can change lives forever.

kroc Mission The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center of Salem, OR embodies the very best of The Salvation Army’s service and mission impact for the ��st century. The Salvation Army is committed to producing tangible outcomes that will build character, confidence and competence in the children and families of the Mid-Willamette

Please call Tom Ferrin for more information: ���-���-����

Add volunteering to your regular workout and help improve the health of your community. Opportunities to volunteer are available on an as-needed basis at

Valley region and throughout the State of Oregon.

both The Salvation Army Kroc Center and Social Services locations.


one up at our front desk. Check out current volunteer opportunities

Promoting Wellness, Encouraging Excellence, Building Character, & Inspiring Faith

You can print out a volunteer application from our website or pick at: Please note: Individuals must be �� or older to volunteer. A background check will be conducted for all volunteers. Volunteers are also required to complete a one-hour child safety course prior to volunteering. Questions? Send an email to or call ���-���-����.

Contact the Development Team to discover other ways to give! • (���) ���-���� • • • • • If you would like to donate to the Salvation Army now, call �-���-SalArmy (���-����) or visit Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice. • Winter/Spring ���� •   5

Join The Kroc community. Membership Information

Membership & Day Passes Choosing the perfect membership for you and your family is easy. To sign up, visit and download a Membership Application. Applications must be submitted in person with proper identification at the Welcome Desk.

Membership Benefits

Monthly membership dues must be paid via electronic funds transfer from a checking or credit card account. Pro-rated current month dues


and the required registration fee are paid at the time of enrollment.

Unlimited number of visits

The following month’s dues are also required when enrolling after the

Priority Swim Lesson Registration

��th of the month. It is the responsibility of the member to ensure

Express Member Check-In

that monthly payments are made in a timely manner. The member must contact the Kroc Center when fees are not paid or payment in-

Pre-Registration discounts on most paid programs

formation has changed.

Membership type


Youth (�-�� Years)


Adult (��+ Years)


Family (Up to � people) Family (More than � people)

Member’s Young Swimmer Certification (p. ��)

Discounted pricing on some special events Library checkout privileges

Registration Fee (Non-Refundable)

Up to $��/month

Registration fees are used to provide major repairs, equipment

$��/month for first five members + $��/month per each additional family member

replacement and contribute to the administrative costs of setting up and maintaining memberships. This fee is payable at enrollment and is not refundable. One registration fee per family is owed when joining within �� days of the original enrollment.

*New memberships require a $�� non-refundable Registration Fee.

Family members joining outside of the �� days will be required to

Memberships are non-transferable and fees are non-refundable.

pay a $�� registration fee. Infants may be added to a household

See Membership Definitions below for more detail.

Cancellation Policy Members must submit a minimum ��-day written, dated and signed request to cancel or change memberships. If a cancellation request is received less than �� days in advance, the member will be responsible for the following month’s membership fees.

Membership Suspensions Requests to suspend memberships for medical or other reasons must be submitted in writing and will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. A doctor’s note must accompany the request for a medical hold. Membership suspensions may be granted for a minimum of � and maximum of � months. Suspension requests require �� days processing time.

returning members Once a member has canceled their membership, they have �� days to rejoin without a new registration fee. Beyond �� days, the standard registration fee of $�� applies.

New Senior Membership Rate! Effective Jan. 1st, 2012: Only $20*/month for Seniors 62+

membership without a registration fee.

Membership Definitions Youth:

For ages �-��. Applications for youth member-

ships require the signature and identification of a parent or legal guardian at the time of enrollment. When a minor turns ��, membership rates automatically increase to the adult rate.


For ages ��+. Applications for adult memberships

require valid identification.


A family consists of �-� adults, plus dependents*,

all living in the same household. Families with more than � members will incur an additional fee for each family member beyond the first five. Verification of family status is required. For example: tax return, health insurance, etc. *Dependents: children through age ��, elderly parents, or disabled family members living in the same household. Note: Membership plans, fees, and policies are subject to change without notice. The Salvation Army Kroc Center has the right to deny or revoke membership and day pass access at any time.

*Non-peak times. New memberships require a $75 non-refundable Registration Fee. Memberships are non-transferable.


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Memberships & Day Passes

Coming for the day?


Day Passes

cation is required to obtain a Visitor Pass. Acceptable forms of ID

Not a member? Pick up a Day Pass for access to the Aquatic Center, Fitness Area, Gym, Game Room, open Rock Wall, Drop-In Classes, and Open Fine Arts & Education Areas during open hours.

Facility Day pass rates

All visitors are required to check in at the welcome desk. Identifiinclude a driver’s license, passport, or state issued ID card. A Visitor Pass does not allow use of the facility. Visitor Passes may be assigned to adults accompanying minors to specific programs and certain special events held at the Kroc Center. In addition, individuals needing assistance may be accompanied by a caregiver or chaperone. Caregiv-

Youth (�-�� Years)


Adult (��+ Years)


Senior (��+ Years)


Day Passes (ID Required, Non-Refundable) A Day Pass allows general entry into the facility, access to fitness classes and equipment, and participation in open activity times. Children ages � months and up require a day pass to use the facility. Due to child safety concerns, all persons entering the Kroc Center are required to purchase a Day Pass and sign a Day Use Agreement regardless of their level of participation in the center. Upon their first

ers and chaperones must provide the name and contact information for the organization they represent, and they must accompany the person they are assisting at all times. Tours are available by appointment, and on request when staff are available. Self-guided tours are not allowed.

Tours are available! (���) ���-���� By appointment only. Call during operating hours to schedule your personal tour!

Kroc Scholarships The Salvation Army Kroc Center is pleased to provide Membership Scholarships and Program Scholarships to those in need.

visit, a minor must have a parent or legal guardian sign the Day Use

Membership Scholarships

Agreement; after this is completed children ages �� and older may be

Membership Scholarships are awarded on a quarterly basis. To

at the Kroc Center without adult supervision in some areas. Children

apply for a Membership Scholarship, please pick up an applica-

under �� years must adhere to age-specific guidelines for different

tion from the Welcome Desk and return it, completed, within

venues. Please see pages � and �� for more information. All adults

the designated application acceptance period, with copies of

must present valid identification at each visit. Acceptable forms of ID

required proof-of-income documents attached. Completion of

include a driver’s license, passport, or state issued identification card.

application does not guarantee assistance. Scholarships will be

Guests must sign a separate waiver in order to utilize the rock wall or

awarded based on eligibility, timeliness, and available fund-

the Library Media Center, and minors must have their waivers signed

ing. Scholarships are awarded for �-year periods, monthly dues

by a parent/legal guardian. The Kroc Center reserves the right to limit

must be kept current, and recipients must reapply annually.

the number of Day Passes available at any time.

Membership usage history will be considered upon each reapplication. For more information about Membership Scholar-

Gift Cards Gift cards can be purchased at the Welcome Desk for an amount you

ships, please call (���) ���-����.

determine. Gift Cards make great versatile gifts, since they can be

Program Scholarships

used toward Kroc Center Programs, Day Passes, Sacred Grounds Café

Program Scholarships help those in need to enjoy Kroc classes.

purchases, and other merchandise.

See page �� for info on the application process.

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Age Rules & Child Watch Offering Programs for All Ages! The Kroc Center offers a number of structured and unstructured activities so that youth of all ages may enjoy the amenities of the Kroc Center. Some unstructured activities are limited by age in order to ensure the Health and safety of all children.

Unstructured Activities Many of this facility’s venues have “open” times that are available for members and day-pass holders to enjoy the amenities of the facility without interruption by other programs. These open times may be limited by the maximum room capacity and monitored popularity of the area as well as the age of the participant. Schedules are subject to change and are available online or at the Kroc Center.

Youth ages �-� All youth ages �-� must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times to participate in age-appropriate unstructured activities (please see table on page ��).

Youth ages ��+ All youth ages ��+ are welcome to participate in: open game room, open climb*, open gym, open Library Media Center* and open Art Studio without the direct accompaniment of an adult.

Youth ages ��+ All youth ages ��+ are welcome to participate in the activities listed above. This age group may also participate in open swim, open game room, and the utilization of the cardiovascular equipment in the fitness center without the direct accompaniment of an adult. Waivers* must still be completed for Rock Wall & Library Media Center.

Youth ages ��+ All youth ages ��+ are welcome to participate in the activities listed above. Additionally, at the age of ��, youth are given full access to the fitness center, including access to the weight equipment without direct supervision by an adult. Youth ages ��-�� may use the weight equipment upon completion of the Teen Weight Training Prep program. Learn more on page ��. Waivers* must still be completed for Rock Wall & Library Media Center through age ��.

Structured Activities The Kroc Center offers a number of structured activities for youth during the after-school and summer hours. These may be found online or in the program guide. Although youth over the age of �� are given limited access to the facility without direct supervision from an adult, the following activities enable children ages �-� to engage in some of the activities that are otherwise limited by age: No School Madness Camps, Kinder Camps, Summer Day Camps, Fit Kids, other specific programs like Swim Lessons, and Weight Training Prep. *Waiver signed by parent or legal guardian required.


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Kroc Center Code of Conduct

The Kroc Center seeks to provide a safe and encouraging environment for all. With this in mind, it is important for all who participate to share a community approach for caring for each other and the facility resources. The following policies are designed with that community approach in mind. If a member is unwilling or unable to abide by these policies, Kroc leadership has the right to refuse service to a patron on a daily or permanent basis. • The Kroc Center has “no tolerance” for alcohol, tobacco, drug, weapon, or gang involvement on the premises. • Items such as clothing, jewelry, bags, or tattoos are not acceptable if displaying any of the following: vulgar language, sexual innuendoes and/or illustrations that are sexual in nature, put down to self or others (including racial put-downs) and gang graffiti, insignias, or symbols. • Patrons must refrain from use of foul language, abusive actions, and inappropriate behavior in all Kroc Center venues. • Parents will provide the appropriate oversight of their children as noted in the Age Reference Chart on page �� of this program guide. • Appropriate exercise attire is required. Close-toed athletic shoes and full-length shirts are required in the Fitness & Gymnasium areas. Jeans or clothing with grommets, rivets, buttons, or other garnishes will not be allowed on the weight equipment upholstery. • Only light colored, or other non-marking soft-soled shoes will be allowed on the Gymnasium floor. • Modest bathing attire appropriate for a family-friendly facility is required; cut-offs and cotton clothing will damage the filters and are not allowed in the swimming pools. Kroc Center staff will have the right to request that a patron change or leave the facility if swim attire is deemed inappropriate. • Children over � years must use the gender-appropriate bathrooms. • Pets are not allowed in any area of the Kroc Center building or grounds including unattended vehicles. Service animals accompanying their owners are welcome in the public areas of the Kroc Center except where their presence may create a potential danger to the participants, owners, service animals and/or equipment. Crowded areas and areas with moving equipment present special safety concerns. These areas include but are not limited to the fitness floor, rock wall, gym, and group exercise rooms. Request for the presence of service animals in these areas will be determined on a case by case basis by Kroc staff. Health codes prohibit service animals from being in ANY pools (water). • Outside catering or restaurant prepared food and beverage is not allowed in the facility. • Lost membership cards must be reported. There is a $�.�� fee to replace a membership card. • Different venues within the Kroc Center will have specific rules and guidelines associated with that venue (i.e. gym, pool, fitness center, etc.) guests must abide by the guidelines set forth within each venue. • All rules, guidelines, and schedules are subject to review and change. Kroc leadership reserves the right to enforce the Code of Conduct, which includes determining the appropriateness of behavior, attire, and appearance to ensure a family friendly environment. Violations of the Code of Conduct may result in suspension, cancellation, refusal of admittance, or implementation of a behavioral plan as determined by Kroc leadership.

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Kroc Center Policies Child Safety

The Salvation Army is dedicated to keeping children and vulnerable adults safe from physical, emotional, and sexual harm. We refer to our safety efforts as “Protecting The Mission.” Protecting The Mission guidelines ensure the Kroc Corps Community Center emphasizes safety in the following ways: • All Salvation Army personnel (officers, employees and volunteers) are trained in child abuse prevention and are mandated reporters of suspected child/vulnerable adult abuse.

Short Term Child Watch

• All Salvation Army personnel undergo criminal background checks.

We are pleased to provide a safe and interactive environment

• All adults accessing the facility may be screened against public sexual offender registry. Registered sex offenders are not permitted on campus.

for our youngest Kroc Center Guests. Child Care for children ages � months to � years is available. Child Watch is staffed with well-qualified employees and volunteers who are properly trained in first aid, CPR/AED, and child safety. Our Child Watch Employees strive to keep children engaged, safe, and excited to come back for another Child Watch experience.

For current hours of operation, visit our website:

• All instructors are trained in appropriate interactions with Kroc members to enhance learning by creating a safe and inviting environment. • Programs involving children will be monitored by at least two adults in order to ensure safe interactions between Kroc personnel and children, and to provide adequate supervision of the children themselves.

Child Watch General Guidelines Children staying in the short term child watch room must have a membership or a day pass and must be checked in by the appropriate parent or legal guardian. Length of stay is up to � hours, once a day. The parent or legal guardian must remain in the facility. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Any visit exceeding the � hour limit or that extends past the child watch hours will be charged a late fee of $� for every �� minutes. Parents are expected to diaper their own children, and are paged to Child Watch as needed. Parents are expected to feed children before coming to Child Watch. Drinks are allowed in labeled spill-proof containers. We are a snack-free zone due to allergy concerns. Children who appear sick will not be allowed into Child Watch, and will be removed immediately if symptoms appear. Symptoms may include: sore throat, fever, diarrhea, excessive coughing, runny nose, rashes, pink/glassy eyes, vomiting etc.

• The Kroc Center maintains video surveillance throughout the facility �� hours a day.


child must come in with a doctors note authorizing usage if the condition is non-contagious. This policy is strictly enforced to protect the health and safety of all children and staff members. Please see Child Watch for a complete list of Guidelines, Parental Agreements and registration forms. Information and hours of operation are subject to change with reasonable notice.

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• Programs that require solitude, such as private music lessons, will be held in open and visible spaces that will be monitored by regular walk-throughs by other personnel. • The Kroc Center constantly adapts and enhances safety protocols to adjust to needs. Members and guests are encouraged to report suspicious behavior. Forms for anonymous reporting, called Confidential Notices of Concern, are available at any Guest Service Desk. The Salvation Army Kroc Center reserves the right to remove from the facility and terminate the membership of any member who fails to comply with any posted rules and regulations or otherwise breaches the Code of Conduct, in which case member will not be entitled to a refund of dues. Attention, Minimum Age Policy: In compliance with ORS ���.���, children under the age of �� must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times in all areas. DHS states, “A child should not be left in a position of authority or be left alone in situations beyond his ability to handle. Each child must be looked at individually to make sure he or she is physically and emotionally able to handle the given responsibility. The law does not specify the age at which a child can be left alone. However, a child under �� cannot be left unattended for such a period of time as may likely endanger their health or welfare.“ • Winter/Spring ���� •   9

Do you want to learn more about The Kroc Community Church? Contact the ministry team at (���) ���-���� or visit us online at

A place that feels like home.

A celebration of life & community. At Kroc Church, we don’t gather to put on a show or impress one

Welcome to Kroc Church.

another. We strive to be honest about who we are, and our goal is to simply glorify God with our lives; it is the grace of God that motivates us. We hope to point our community to Jesus.

You’re invited to join us as we celebrate the good news of Jesus Christ

Kroc Church is a group of people with a common desire to follow and love Jesus. Being part

in our church services, music programs,

of The Salvation Army Kroc Center allows us a number of different ways to create communi-

children’s programs, spiritual

ty. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you find yourself in life, if you want to get closer

formation groups, and fellowship

to Jesus and you want to build Christian community, we would love to have you join us.

& service activities. At The Salvation Army Kroc Community Church, we strive to live out our faith. As God welcomes us just as we are, so we welcome you.

Help the Salem Kroc Church take care of the elderly, ill, and incarcerated. We minister to those who may feel alone and lost. Weekly meetings and visitations to nursing homes, prisons & jails, and hospitals. Call Lt. Karl Raup for more information. (���) ���-����

You are invited to join us for Praise and Worship. Sundays Latino Worship Service: � am, chapel

Come as you are.

jr. church for k-�th: ��:�� am, classrooms Kids get to discover the Bible through handson projects including plays and songs. Your

sunday school for all ages: assembly at �:�� am, classrooms at �:�� am coffee & donuts: ��:�� am, aspen/birch

child will leave knowing more about Jesus!

last friday of month contemporary worship service: �:�� pm, chapel Come for a different type of worship

Share some java, sugary-goodness, and

experience! Music, drama, guest speakers,

fellowship with the church family! We’re

musicians, and artists. If you want to meet

here to spread the love (and the sweets).

with God “outside the box”, this is the place to come.

traditional worship service: ��:�� am, chapel Join The Kroc Community Church as we continue to worship God through music and Bible-centered preaching. Childcare is available for infants through age � during all Sunday morning services.


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Photo by Lars A. Lignell

Kroc Community Church

Kroc Community Church

Weekly Children & Youth Programs wednesdays • Corps academy programs, �:��-�:�� pm (Winter/spring) Troops and a variety of Creative Ministries programs are offered in the FAE wing of the Kroc Center. Dinner is provided!

troops A Christian-based program for boys and girls that will give kids a hands-on approach to learning life skills, while they earn emblems as they progress. Moonbeams, ages �-� Sunbeams, girls ages �-�� Explorers, boys ages �-�� Girl Guards, girls ages ��-�� Rangers, boys ages ��-�� For more info, call (���) ���-����.

creative ministry Featuring a variety of Christian-based music and arts programs. Call (���) ���-���� for the latest program offerings.

• H�O (Hydrate to Operate) �:�� pm (Winter/spring) Youth group Bible study fun for grades �-��. For more info, see the ad below or call (���) ���-����.

Youth Corps Academy Programs

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Congregational Life Contacts Church Office • ���-���-���� Majors Jerry and Donna Ames

Music & Creative Arts Ministries

Corps Officers • (���) ���-����

For more info on Music and Creative Arts Ministries,

Assistant Corps Officer • (���) ���-����

call (���) ���-����. Music lessons available.

Lieutenant Karl Raup


Assistant Corps Officer • (���) ���-����

• Youth Chorus Ages ��-��.

Must audition to join this performing group.

• junior Band Any youth wishing to learn a brass instrument can attend.

Major Keith McRevy Program Assistant • (���) ���-����

Marcey Angeles Children’s Ministry Coordinator • (���) ���-����

wednesdays • ukulele class At 6:�� pm in the Fellowship Center.

Lieutenant Misty Raup

For all ages!

Chad Ingram Music Education Director • (���) ���-����


Nancy Bernard

• Songsters Our adult choir provides special music for various events.

Jr. & Sr. High Youth Coordinator • (���) ���-����

• Senior Band A brass band comprised of seasoned musicians.

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Latino Ministries Coordinator • (���) ���-���� • Winter/Spring ���� •   11

Church Fellowship Groups Fellowship Opportunities God’s word clearly instructs believers to fellowship together, to study His Word and to hold one another accountable. After asking Jesus into your heart, the next step is to learn how to live as a Christian. This is learned by spending time in God’s Word and with other believers. Please look over this list of small groups and choose the one(s) that works for you. For specific info on leaders or location, please call or stop by the Fellowship Center. (���) ���-����.

Spiritual Development prayer groups • Men’s prayer time Tuesdays at �:�� am, Fellowship Center • Women’s Prayer time Wednesdays at �:�� am, Aspen • Open Prayer Sundays at �:�� am, Fellowship Center

small groups • west salem bible study Mondays at �:�� pm (���) ���-����

• keizer bible study Tuesdays at �:�� pm (���) ���-���� or (���) ���-����

• men’s bible study Wednesdays at ��:�� am, Fellowship Center (���) ���-����

• turner bible study Wednesdays at �:�� pm (���) ���-����

• latino bible study Thursdays at �:�� pm, Fellowship Center (Salón de Hermandad) (���) ���-����

fellowship groups • latino men’s fellowship (Fraternidad de Varones) Wednesdays at �:�� pm, Maple (Salón de Computacion) (���) ���-����

• men’s fellowship �st, �rd, and �th Saturdays of each month at ��:�� am, Fellowship Center (���) ���-����

• women's outreach Visit for dates and times. ♥ Just dance! You don't have to be fit, young, or even have talent. Just looking for some laughs and fellowship in a safe Christian setting! Gals, come join us! ♥ Feeling crafty? Then come out and make something! Everything from squash books, to stamping, painting, or sewing--a multitude of fun and creative crafts await you! Small fee may apply to supplies.

• ladies home league Wednesdays at �:�� am, Terrace Grove Featuring a weekly speaker, program, or activity, there will also be coffee, crafts, and fellowship!

• latino ladies home league (Liga del Hogar Reunión de Damas) Wednesdays at �:�� pm, Fir (Salón de Hermandad) • Sisterhood of the traveling teacup �st Saturday of every month at ��:�� am A women’s fellowship group which meets at various homes and locations. (���) ���-����


• Winter/Spring ���� •

Kroc church upcoming spring events Lieutenants Karl & Misty Raup: Asst. Corps Officers/Directors of Congregational Life

Majors Donna & Jerry Ames: Corps Officers, Senior Pastors

Meet our Church Leaders

• Valentine's day couples banquet Friday, Feb. ��th | Cost: TBD Call Lt. Misty Raup for more info: (���) ���-����

• mother-daughter tea Friday, May ��th | Cost: TBD Call Lt. Misty Raup for more info: (���) ���-����

• FREE community easter egg hunt! Saturday, April �th | Time: TBD Call for more info: (���) ���-����

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Program Enrollment

What will you learn next? Enrolling yourself or your family in our programs is easy! To sign up, visit and download a Program Enrollment Form. Applications must be submitted in person with proper identification/full payment at the Welcome Desk.

Pre-Registration Discounts


non-refundable deposits or registration fees.

Membership at the Salem Kroc Center is not

or at the Kroc Center Welcome Desk. Deposits

No refunds are granted within �� hours of

required for enrollment in programs; howev-

will be accepted for Summer Camp and Kind-

program start date.

er, members will see a significant discount for

er Camp enrollment only.

Partial Attendance

most programs when Pre-Registering (Note: Pre-Registration discounts do not apply to

To Enroll in Private Lessons

No pro-rated credits will be issued for par-

scholarship recipients).

To enroll in Personal Training, Private Swim-

tial attendance in a program or class, or for

ming Lessons, or Private Music Lessons, please

missed days of a program or class due to ill-

To Enroll in Programs

contact respective department; additional in-

ness*, behavioral issues, or any other reason.

To enroll in most programs and workshops,

formation is required.

fill out a Program Enrollment Form, and re-

*A doctor’s note is required. Final approval may only be granted by the Director of Programs.

turn it with full payment to the Kroc Cen-

Usage Waivers

ter Welcome Desk. Please make sure you

Any member or guest �� years of age or un-

Refunds on Gift Cards

are looking at the right month and putting

der must have a parent/guardian fill out a

Refunds placed on Gift Cards may be used to-

in correct numbers when entering the pro-

waiver before the underaged member/guest

ward any Kroc Center Programs, Day Passes,

gram registration codes. Always include your

can use the Rock Wall or the Library Media

Sacred Grounds Café purchases, and other

name, and the name of the family member


merchandise. However, they are not redeemable for cash, and will not be placed on any

whom you are enrolling. It is very important credit needs to be applied. It would be bene-

Free with Membership or Day Pass

ficial to include phone numbers and an email

Group exercise classes, water exercise classes,

address so we are able to get in touch with

and the Library Media Center will be filled

you if a program is cancelled, or if there is an

on a first-come, first-served basis. Please plan

emergency with a family member enrolled in

accordingly. Kroc Management reserves the

the program. The program enrollment form

right to cancel or change a class due to low

can be found at the Kroc Center or online at:


that we get your address in case a refund or

credit card account. All programs require payment in full to reg-

Program Scholarships

ister, with the exception of Summer camps.

The Kroc Center is dedicated to providing Program Scholarships to those who need fi-

workshops & Drop-In classes

nancial assistance. Please fill out a Program

You do not need to purchase a day pass to

Scholarship Application and submit �� days

attend a Workshop or Drop-In Class. How-

prior to the class start date. This form is avail-

ever, you are required to purchase a day pass

able at the Welcome Desk, and online at:

in addition to the Workshop or Drop-In Class

if you desire to access any other part of the facility. Exceptions will be noted in program

Program Withdrawal Policy


A member’s withdrawal from a program or class � or more days prior to the start of a

To Enroll in Camps

program will result in a full refund, minus any

To enroll in any of our Camp Programs

nonrefundable deposits or registration fees.

(Summer Camps, Break Camps, No School

Also see our Aquatics Cancellation Policy on

Madness Camps, Kinder Camps) please fill

page ��.

out the Camp Registration Packet. This form provides us with more information about the

A member’s withdrawal from a program or

child being enrolled in camp, allowing us to

class � or fewer days prior to the start of the

better meet the needs of that child during

program will result in a full credit on a Kroc

the extended time they are spending at the

Center Gift Card, minus a $�� administrative

Kroc Center. This form can be found online

fee per class per participant, and any other

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Please Note: All programs and prices are subject to change. The Kroc Center reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment. If a class must be cancelled, you will be notified within a reasonable amount of time, and you will receive a total refund or credit. This applies only to classes cancelled by Kroc Center management due to low enrollment. • Winter/Spring ���� •   13

Aquatics & Swim Lessons Info: 503.798.4794 or 503.798.4820


FREE Group Fr Exercise Classes!

Aqua Fit

Lap Swim

Our Aqua Fit class combines the best of other

Our lap pool will have at least � lanes open

water exercise classes for an hour of fitness.

for Members to swim during most of our

Class members will use currents, equipment,

open hours. This is the opportunity for you to

and deep water to create an ever changing

get a traditional water workout at your pace

Group Exercise Schedules! Just visit:

exercise class.

and on your time. Check the online schedule

Water Walking �

For fun-loving adults �� and older. Join this

Competition Pool Open Swim

Are you looking to kick-start your fitness

medium-paced water exercise class to focus

When the lap pool is open to the public, chil-

this year? Water Walking works with, and

on increasing range of motion, maintaining

dren and adults will have access to the diving

against, the currents to create a healthier and

a target heart rate, and laughing while you

boards and lots of cold, soothing water! If

livelier you. Once mastered, join the Power

work. What more could you ask for?

you have kids who love to play in the deep-

These classes are free with membership or day pass, and all levels are welcome.


easy to stay up-to-date with our monthly

Walk class. Water shoes are recommended.

for lane availability.

Senior H�Ox

end, make sure you come during this area’s

spin & swim

open swim times!

Power Walking

This cross-training class combines land and

This class is perfect for those who want a

water exercise in one class. Participants will

challenging water workout. By walking and

begin in the Cycling Room to ride, and then

jogging against the current of the lazy river,

continue into the Competition Pool for water

you’ll incorporate resistance training into a

exercise. Be prepared for a challenge!

low-impact activity, resulting in a full-body cardiovascular workout!

arthritis class Not all pain relief comes in a bottle! This class


will help you relieve pain, increase range of

A fast-paced class that improves overall well-

motion, improve overall health, & even help

ness. Working against the resistance of the

you get better sleep at night!

water helps build aerobic endurance, improve body tone, gain balance & flexibility,

Leisure Pool Open Swim

and improve body posture.

Water slide, lazy river, fountains, spray features, and waterfalls, you and your children

Deep Water Aerobics

have never had such fun at a pool! Come

This class incorporates water belts, water

during our open swim to play and experience

weights, and full-body movement. A great

everything the Kroc Center has to offer.

class for any level, the moves can be fast-andfurious or slow-and-measured for your individual needs.


• Winter/Spring ���� •

Pick up a Group Ex Class Schedules Flier for the Leisure & Comp Pools. For the most updated version, visit:

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Aquatic Workshops

Just one hour of your time gets you started toward your New Year's fitness goals! Add'l purchase of day pass not required to attend

power of cross training

stroke mechanics

Learn the benefits of cross training with a wa-

You say you can swim? Now fine tune your

ter workout. Discussion and demonstration

strokes in these workshops.

of water exercise and movement to keep you

be on the basic mechanics and refinement of

strong so that land activities become easier.

each stroke. Analysis of your strokes, turns

Members: $�


Guests: $��

Thursday, Mar. �� Tuesday, May ��

Do you want to finish, or do you want to

�-� pm

and starts will contribute to building a more efficient stroke. Each workshop will add drills

power of cross training

triathlon event prep


and workouts to assist you in becoming a better swimmer. Members: $�

place? You have worked out and trained... weather, transitions, food, drink, swimming,

intro to water fitness equipment

biking, running, apparel, and what equip-

Can't make it to a regular class? Let's go over

Sunday, Jan. � Thursday, Apr. �

ment to use.

the alternatives you have with water fitness

the breast stroke

equipment. Learn to use the equipment cor-

Sunday, Jan. �� Thursday, Apr. ��

now what happens?

Prepare yourself for

Members: $�

Guests: $��

Thursday, Feb. ��

�-� pm


exercise with better personal results. Members: $�

Guests: $��

intro to water fitness equipment Saturday, Jan. �� Saturday, Apr. ��

�:����:�� am

Guests: $��

freestyle/front crawl

rectly and with confidence so you can safely

triathlon event prep

The focus will


�-� pm �-� pm


�-� pm �-� pm


�-� pm �-� pm


�-� pm �-� pm


Info: 503-798-4794 or 503-798-4820

Aquatic Workshops! Ages 12+

the back stroke Sunday, Jan. �� Thursday, Apr. �� the butterfly Sunday, Jan. �� Thursday, Apr. ��

Every First Friday! From � to � pm

Members: FREE! Guests: ▪ Families of 4+: $20/family of four + $2/each add'l family member ▪ Families of 3 or less: Standard day pass rate per family member Enjoy a night of family-friendly activities. You might make a craft, do some putt-putt golf, play some dodgeball, enjoy some table tennis, do a rockwall obstacle course, or who knows what! Snacks may be available for an additional cost.

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice. • Winter/Spring ���� •   15

Info: 503-798-4794 or 503-798-4820

Swim Lesson Info Winter/Spring Swim Lessons & Info January, February, March, April & May Swim Session Registration will open on the following dates and are held on a first-come, firstserved basis. Questions: (���) ���-���� or

Preschool � (�-� yrs.)

Adult (��+ yrs.)

Development of basic aquatic skills learned in

It’s never too late to learn to swim or improve

Preschool �. Floating and propulsion skills are

the skills you have. Lessons are adapted to

introduced and refined.

each participants starting level so that you can become the swimmer you want to be.

Preschool � (�-� yrs.)

(���) ���-����

For children at this level, games and play are


like rotary breathing are also introduced.

Member Price: $35 Guest Price: $45

still paramount, but more advanced skills, This prepares kids to easily move into Level � when they turn six.

Level � (�+ yrs.) A beginner’s class emphasizing water safety,

Guests: Wednesday, December ��th

water acclimation, water games and basic

february & march registration:

skills like kicking, blowing bubbles and floating.

Guests: Wednesday, February �th

Level � (�+ yrs.)

april registration:

Introduction to rotary breathing, treading

Members: Wednesday, March �th

water & basic swimming strokes.

Guests: Wednesday, March ��th

will work with a variety of swim aides in or-

may registration:

der to facilitate a fun and exciting learning

Guests: Wednesday, May �nd

Session Descriptions about Our swim instructors Our swim instructors are �� years of age or older, and trained to work with a variety of swimmer and non-swimmer skill levels. They are certified in Red Cross Water Safety Instructing, and CPR/AED/First Aid. Our friendly and encouraging instructors will provide students with instruction to advance within their unique abilities in a stress-free environment.

Parent/tot (� mo.-� yrs.) This class is designed to help develop swimming readiness in young children by leading parents and their tots in water exploration activities, with the objective of having fun in the water.

Preschool � (�-� yrs.) A beginner’s class that emphasizes water safety, water acclimation, water games and basic skills like kicking, blowing bubbles and floating.



Level � (�+ yrs.) Stroke development & proficiency. Continuation of Level � introductions. Students must demonstrate stroke efficiency for �� yards.

Level � (�+ yrs.) Introduction to breaststroke, butterfly and competitive turns.

Longer distance swim-

ming and an introduction to diving.

Level �/� (�+ yrs.) � introduction. Increased distance swimming and introduction to basic lifesaving. L�: Refines strokes so students swim with ease, efficiency, power, and smoothness over greater distances.


Aquatic Instructor Specialist. For more information on scheduling private lessons, contact the Aquatic Department at (���) ���-����. Number/Type of Lessons:

Members (Guests)

�� ��-min Group Lessons

$�� ($��)

� ��-min Private Lesson

$�� ($��)

� ��-min Private Lessons

$�� ($���)

� ��-min Private Lessons

$��� ($���)

� ��-min Semi-Private Lesson

$�� ($��)

� ��-min Semi-Private Lessons

$��� ($���)

� ��-min Semi-Private Lessons

$��� ($���)

personal coaching sessions Call (���) ���-���� to schedule an appt. Number/Type of Sessions:

Members (Guests)

� ��-min Coaching Session

$�� ($��)

� ��-min Coaching Sessions

$�� ($���)

� ��-min Coaching Sessions

$��� ($���)

Registration for JANUARY

Jan 9-Feb 8 | M/W �� lessons, �� min each


Pre comp (�+ yrs.) This class is a general overview of swim team skills and drills. If you have a swimmer unsure of competition, the pre comp class is the perfect introduction. Participants experience the fun of a team sport without the competition. Swimmers should be able to demonstrate a strong freestyle and backstroke kick

Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #



�:�� pm

Preschool �

goggles required. • Winter/Spring ���� •

�-on-� (semi-private) instruction for stroke

Members: Dec. �th | Guests: Dec. ��th

L�: Stroke refinement. Continuation of Level

with a kickboard for �� yards. Swim suit and


level, these classes offer �-on-� (private) or

swim lessons must be arranged through the

Members: Wednesday, December �th

Members: Wednesday, April ��th

For adults or children of any age or ability

improvement and swimming skills.

january registration:

Members: Wednesday, February �st

Private Swim Lessons

AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Preschool � AQ�������P� Level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L�

Ages �-� �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Jan/Feb Swim Lessons Ages �+

AQ�����L� AQ�������L�

�:�� pm �:�� pm

Jan 10-Feb 9 | T/Th

pre comp AQ�����PCS adult


AQ�����PT AQ�������PT AQ�����PT AQ�����PT

��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�������P� Level �

Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+

AQ�������L� AQ�����L� AQ�������L� AQ�����L� level �

�:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+

AQ�������L� AQ�����L� AQ�������L� AQ�������L�A AQ�������L�B

�:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm

Jan 7-Feb 25 | Sat 8 lessons, �� min each

level �

Ages �+

Class #



�:�� am

level � AQ������L�S AQ�������L�S level � AQ������L�S AQ�������L�S AQ�����L�S level � AQ�������L�S level �/� AQ�����L�/�S

Ages �+ �:�� am ��:�� am Ages �+ �:�� am ��:�� am ��:�� am Ages �+ ��:�� am

��:�� am

Registration for FEB & MARCH

Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #

Ages ��+


�� lessons, �� min each


Ages �+ ��:�� am

Members: feb. �st | Guests: feb. �th

Feb 13-Mar 14 | M/W �� lessons, �� min each parent/tot

Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #



�:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�����P� Preschool � AQ�������P�A AQ�������P�B Preschool � AQ�������P� Level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L� level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L� level � AQ�����L� level � AQ�����L� level �/� AQ�����L�/� adult

Ages �-� �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm Ages ��+


�:�� pm

Feb 14-Mar 15 | T/Th �� lessons, �� min each parent/tot

Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #


AQ�����PT AQ�������PT AQ�����PT

��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P�

Ages �+ ��:�� am

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� Level � AQ�������L� AQ�������L� AQ�����L� level � AQ�������L� AQ�����L� AQ�������L�A AQ�������L�B level � AQ�������L� AQ�����L� level � AQ�����L� AQ�����L� level �/� AQ�������L�/� AQ�������L�/� adult

Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm

Info: 503-798-4794 or 503-798-4820

level �

Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages ��+


�:�� pm

Sprint Pack Mar 19-22 | M-Th

� lessons, $��/Member, $��/Guest Open Registration for Sprint Pack: Members: feb. �st | Guests: feb. �th

level �

Ages �+

Class #


AQSP�����L� AQSP���L� AQSP���L�

�:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm

level � AQSP�����L� AQSP���L� AQSP�����L� AQSP���L� level � AQSP�����L� AQSP�����L� level � AQSP���L� AQSP���L� level �/� AQSP�����L�/�

Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm • Winter/Spring ���� •   17

Info: 503-798-4794 or 503-798-4820

Mar/Apr/May Swim Lessons Registration for APRIL

Members: mar. �th | Guests: mar. ��th

Apr 2-May 2 | M/W �� lessons, �� min each parent/tot

Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #



�:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�����P� Preschool � AQ�������P�A AQ�������P�B Preschool � AQ�������P� Level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L� level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L� Level � AQ�����L� Level � AQ�����L� Level �/� AQ�����L�/� adult

Ages �-� �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm

Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm

Apr 3-May 3 | T/Th �� lessons, �� min each parent/tot


AQ�����PT AQ�������PT AQ�����PT

��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm

AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P�


Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #

Preschool �

level �

Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm

• Winter/Spring ���� •

�:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+

AQ�������L� AQ�����L� AQ�������L�A AQ�������L�B Level � AQ�������L� AQ�����L� Level � AQ�����L� AQ�����L� Level �/� AQ�������L�/� AQ�������L�/� adult

�:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages ��+


�:�� pm

Apr 7-May 26 | Sat 8 lessons, �� min each

level �

Ages �+

Class #



�:�� am

Ages �+ �:�� pm

Ages �+

AQ�������L� AQ�������L� AQ�����L�

Ages �+

Ages ��+


Level �

level � AQ������L�S AQ�������L�S AQ�����L�S level � AQ������L�S AQ�������L�S level � AQ�������L�S level �/� AQ�����L�/�S pre comp AQ�����PCOMPS adult

Ages �+ �:�� am ��:�� am ��:�� am Ages �+ �:�� am ��:�� am Ages �+ ��:�� am Ages �+ ��:�� am Ages �+ ��:�� am Ages ��+


��:�� am

Registration for MAY

Members: APR. ��th | Guests: may �nd

May 7-30 | M/W

PRORATED, 8 lessons $��/Member, $��/Guest parent/tot

Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #



�:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�����P�

Ages �-� �:�� pm

Preschool � AQ�������P�A AQ�������P�B Preschool � AQ�������P� Level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L� level � AQ�����L� AQ�������L� Level � AQ�����P� Level � AQ�����L� Level �/� AQ�����L�/� adult

Ages �-� �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm Ages ��+


�:�� pm

May 8-31 | T/Th PRORATED, 8 lessons $��/Member, $��/Guest


Ages � mo.-� yrs

Class #


AQ�����PT AQ�������PT AQ�����PT

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Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�������P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Preschool � AQ�����P� AQ�����P� AQ�������P� Level � AQ�������L� AQ�������L� AQ�����L� level � AQ�������L� AQ�����L� AQ�������L�A AQ�������L�B

Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �-� ��:�� am �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm Ages �+ �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm �:�� pm

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Specialty Aquatic Classes masters Swim Team

PRORATED, 8 lessons $��/Member, $��/Guest

Level �

The Salem Kroc Master’s team is looking for competitive people who like to swim and have fun. Join the workouts, and then enter

Ages �+

AQ�������L� AQ�����L�

the Masters meet(s) of your choice.

�:�� pm �:�� pm

Level �

Members: $��� M/W/F

Ages �+

AQ�����L� AQ�����L� Level �/�

a profession as a swim instructor. Participants will be American

Ages ��+



A training course designed to teach the necessary skills to purse

�:�� pm �:�� pm


�:��-�:�� am

water safety instructor (WSI)

Ages �+

AQ�������L�/� AQ�������L�/�

Ages ��+

Jan. �-May ��

�:�� pm �:�� pm

Guests: $���.��

Info: 503-798-4794 or 503-798-4820

May 8-31 | T/Th

Red Cross certified in Water Safety Instruction and able to teach

�:�� pm

Learn to Swim Classes. Participants must be able to demonstrate proficiency in all swimming strokes. Students must be �� years of

Specialty Aquatics Classes

age and able to attend all classes.

Red Cross certification: CPR/First aid/AED for the professional rescuer Learn the skills necessary to save a life. Join the American Red Cross class and certify yourself in CPR, First Aid and AED. Some-

Members: $��� may, m-f May ��, ��, ��, ��, ��-��

one may need your help; be prepared. Ages ��+ Members

Guests: $���

Ages ��+

� days

M-F, �:�� pm-�:�� pm SAT, �:�� am-�:�� pm SUN, �:�� pm-�:�� pm



CPR/AED: $��

CPR/AED: $��

First Aid: $��

First Aid: $��

Both: $��

Both: $��



Class #

Saturday, March ��th

� am-� pm � pm-� pm � am-� pm

CPR/AED: AQ���CPRAED First Aid: AQ���FA BOTH: AQ���Both

Saturday, May �th

� am-� pm � pm-� pm � am-� pm

CPR/AED: AQ���CPRAED First Aid: AQ���FA BOTH: AQ��Both

underwater easter egg hunt! The Easter Bunny dropped his eggs in our leisure pool and, thinking they were ruined, left them for you to find. The leisure pool will be filled with the colorful eggs. Bring your suit and goggles and find them floating and submerged!

LifeGuard training An American Red Cross course

The hunt begins at �� am on the beach for children under

designed to teach the necessary

four years of age, then continues at ��:�� am for children

skills to pursue a profession in

ages �-� and �-��. (Candy will not be placed inside the eggs;


each child will receive a large bag of candy at the end of the

Participants will

be certified in Lifeguard Train-

Egg Hunt.)

ing and First Aid (valid � years) and CPR for the Professional

The Underwater Easter Egg Hunt is limited to the first ��

Rescuer (valid � years). Students

children registered in each age group. Early registration is

must be �� or older, and able to

encouraged, to secure your spot. Join the fun and find the

attend ALL classes.

eggs! ONLY $�/Child!

Mems: $��� March, M-Th Mar. ��-�� (� days)

Guests: $��� Ages ��+ � am-� pm AQ���LGT

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.


Ages �-��


Time / Ages

Class #

April �th

��:�� am / � and under ��:�� am / Ages �-� ��:�� am / Ages �-��

AQEASTER�U AQEASTER�-� AQESTER�-�� • Winter/Spring ���� •   19

Info: 503-798-4794 or 503-798-4820

Aquatic Policies / Closures

Aquatics Policies

safe & healthy swimming


everyone! The KROC Center requires ALL dia-

Please do not wear street clothes or cotton

pered children to wear a “reusable” swim di-

clothing. Only approved swim wear will be

aper in our pools. These are NOT disposable

allowed in the pool.

Huggies or other brand swim diapers. Dispos-

Help us keep the pool safe and healthy for

able swim diapers are not efficient at keep-


ing fecal matter out of the pool. Reusable

Por favor de no usar ropa de afuera o con ma-

swim pants are available for purchase at the

terial de algodon. Solamente trajes de baños

front desk and can be re-used until your child

Competitive Pool Closures

seran permitido en esta piscina.

grows out of them. Please cooperate with

(As of Dec. �th, ����)

our rule to keep our pools clean and free of

The Kroc Center and the Salem Keizer School

Water Illnesses.

District share a strong partnership.

About Swim Lessons Swim lessons are �� minutes in length. Five

eliminated from high school sports the Kroc

munication needs, pool transitions, and for

to avoid Recreational Water Illnesses:

entering and exiting the pools safely. If you

• PLEASE don’t swim when you have

sport in the Salem Keizer area and worked

minutes are given between lessons for com-

Center recognized the importance of the

have concerns, please contact the Aquatic In-

diarrhea--this is especially important for

with the schools to provide pool space for

structor Supervisor at (���) ���-����.

kids in diapers.

teams to continue to compete. The six Salem

• PLEASE don’t swallow the pool water.

area high school teams will practice solely at

Aquatic Cancellation Policy

• PLEASE practice good hygiene.

the Kroc Center between November ��, ����

All programs and prices are subject to change.

• PLEASE take your kids on bathroom

and February ��, ����.

The Kroc Center reserves the right to cancel or combine a class due to low enrollment. If a class is combined, personnel will contact you about the new class time. If a class must be

breaks often. The decision to keep high school swimming

• PLEASE change diapers in a bathroom

at the Kroc Center will impact the availabil-

and not at poolside.

Thank you!

ity of lanes in the competitive pool. The Kroc Center has scheduled two adult lap lanes to

cancelled, appropriate personnel will contact

be open at all* times.

you regarding a refund or credit for the class.

evening hours and staff will guarantee that

Center Management due to low enrollment.

during normal operating hours, two lanes will be available (during water polo matches and

Young Swimmer Certification for Members

swim meets, lanes will not be available.

The Salem Kroc Center requires that all youth

Winter/Spring Competitive Pool Closures:

under the age of �� be accompanied into the pool area by a parent or legal guardian over the age of �� years old. The Kroc Center is provides a benefit to youth Members, allowing ages ��-�� to be unaccompanied in the pool area if they successfully complete a swim test (� length of the competitive pool�� yards).

Those children who successfully

complete the swim test will be required to purchase and wear a non-transferrable wristband whenever unaccompanied in the pool. To learn more about this Member benefit, please call the Aquatic Department at ������-����.

Aquatics age quick reference Age: MUST be accompanied in pools by Parent or Guardian within arms length Cannot exceed � children (�-� yrs) for every � supervising adult Must be accompanied by Parent or Guardian (��+) in Aquatics dept. Unsupervised use of the Aquatics Department

• Winter/Spring ���� •

Lap swimmers will

have access to the competitive pool during

This applies only to classes cancelled by Kroc



competitive swimming was scheduled to be





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BOTH pools*

Feb. ��:

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Feb. ��:

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Feb. ��:

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Apr. �:

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June �-��: Various times during day*** *Except during swim meets. **Closed for school rentals. We appologize in advance for the unpredictable nature of these closures. ***Closed for Underwater Easter Egg Hunt! See page �� for exciting details! Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Sports & Fitness Info: 503.798.4792

Save the date!

Kroc Health Fair Saturday, Jan. �th More info coming soon! Watch our website for details!


FREE Group Fr Exercise Classes!

These classes are free with membership or day pass, and all levels are welcome.


see a difference in your lower body strength

total body

as well as increased breath capacity.

This is a stretching, balance, and core inten-

spin & swim

sive, combining step movements that are adaptable to anyone's skill level. For begin-

A cross-training class combining land and wa-

ners, easy-to-learn moves and combos will

ter exercise in one session. Participants will

get your heart rate pumping! For moderates,

begin in the Cycling Room to ride, then con-

innovative options will increase intensity with

tinue with exercises in the Competition Pool.

additional weights and invigorating motions!

Combines three ��-minute class segments

pilates & yoga flow

cardio kickboxing

into one hour of over-all fitness training. This

This Pilates/Yoga combination increases your

A high-energy cardio kickboxing class is de-

class is designed for anyone who wants to

flexibility and balance as well as strengthens

signed to improve stamina and strength by

increase their general fitness level and have

all your core muscles. The flow of movement

incorporating kickboxing moves and high-in-

fun. The segments include a cardio activity,

is design to help your body increase aware-

tensity cardiovascular training. Level options

upper/lower body strength conditioning, and

ness in space with control.

allow beginners as well as more advanced

easy to stay up-to-date with our monthly Group Exercise Schedules! Just visit:


abs and stretching activities.


exercisers to follow the challenging combinations, burn fat, release stress, and have fun!

Cardio Hip Hop

This exercise method strengthens the muscles

Here is the class that will keep you jamming

that support the spine (the neck, shoulders,


to upbeat music from R&B, Club, Pop, and the

abs, hips, and thighs) to bring balance into

Is the new fitness craze that fuses Latin-

latest Hip Hop hits! The outcome is an ener-

the body. Pilates helps to realign the spine in

based rhythms with motivating music, unique

getic class that teaches you the basic Hip Hop

order to decrease tension, increase flexibility,

moves, and challenging combinations. Bring

movements and techniques while getting a

and strengthen the body from the inside out.

lots of energy and dance away your worries!

great cardio workout.


hard core

Kroc Power

Step Aerobics can help you trim, tone, and

Hard Core begins with a challenging cardio

A weight-based strength program which

tighten like nothing else! Fresh choreogra-

segment, with kickboxing, plyometrics, run-

strengthens all your major muscles in an in-

phy and upbeat music provide the essential

ning, and interval training. The cardio seg-

spiring, motivating group environment with

ingredients for this super fun workout. The

ment is followed by core training to develop

fantastic music! With simple, athletic move-

hour will be over before you know it!

well-conditioned abs, glutes, hips, and low

ments such as squats, lunges, presses, and curls, this class is adaptable for all fitness lev-


els. Kroc Power will help you create results!

Relax, strengthen, and soothe your body and

kroc cycling

mind in this beginning to intermediate level

back. This powerful class will help you to define not only your core, but your entire body. ZUMBA® is a registered trademark of Zumba Fitness, LLC, used with permission.

yoga class. You will increase your flexibility

The indoor cycling class with coaching and

and strength through various postures and

safety cues. This program gives you a great

breathing techniques. A perfect complement

cardio workout, at your own pace. You will

to all forms of exercise.

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice. • Winter/Spring ���� •   21

Fitness & Health Classes

Info: 503-798-4792

Register a minimum of 5+ days before the first day of class & SAVE $15!* *Turbo Cardio Hip Hop and Teen Weight Training Prep excluded.

Get ready to work hard and see results fast! ACADEMY is led by a Certified Personal Trainer who will give you individual attention within a small group setting. This program utilizes the full gym space to challenge participants in plyometrics, calisthenics, resistance training, and core stability exercises, while also building a basic knowledge of exercise science. If you want a highenergy, small group training environment, and extra motivation to work hard, you will love this program. If you are in it to learn the basic concepts of an exercise program, this is the perfect class for you. Note: now scheduled by the month OR on a dropin basis. (This program was known as Boot Camp.) Member Drop-In Price: $�

Guest Drop-In Price: $��

Member Month Price: $��

Guest Month Price: $��

Feb. �-��

SF�����BC SF�����BC

SF�����BC SF�����BC �� Sessions

Ages ��+ AM: �:��-�:�� am PM: �:��-�:�� pm

april, m/w/f

SF�����BC SF�����BC �� Sessions

Ages ��+

April �-��

AM: �:��-�:�� am PM: �:��-�:�� pm

may, m/w/f

SF�����BC SF�����BC �� Sessions

Ages ��+

May �-��

AM: �:��-�:�� am PM: �:��-�:�� pm

SF�����BC SF�����BC

MMa conditioning If you want to challenge your body and get in the best shape of your life, then this is the class for you! MMA Conditioning, which is led by a Certified Personal Trainer,

go faster, hit harder, and bust some killer moves! Register at the Welcome Desk today. Call (���) ���-���� for more information.

Boxing gloves FREE to the first �� people who sign up!

Guest Drop-In Price: $�� 1 Hour

Ages ��+

January � February �� March �� April � May ��

��:��-�:�� pm

SF������THH SF������THH SF������THH SF������THH SF������THH

intro to weight training Just starting to exercise? We now have a class that will take you through the process, provide you with support in a group atmosphere, learn about how to start exercising and reaching goals, and start to form your own training routine. You will learn to use all machines correctly, and how to exercize properly and safely. Members: $�� february, t/th Feb. �-�� april, t/th

Guests: $�� � Sessions

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm

SF�����IWT � Sessions

Ages ��+

April ��-��

�:��-�:�� pm


weightloss challenge If losing weight is a challenge for you, come join us in our annual Weightlosss Challenge! In this ��-week program, led by a Certified Personal Trainer, you will be given the support, tools and inspiration to help you attain your weightloss goals and to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. And if that’s not enough motivation to get you signed-up, we have some fantastic prizes for the top “weight” loser and the top “inches” loser! Members: $�� JAN-MAR, T/TH Jan. ��-March ��

Guests: $��� �� Sessions

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm


teen weight training prep This class is an opportunity for ��-�� year olds to learn the fundamentals of strength & resistance training, use of machines and basic etiquette for exercising in the fitness center. At the end of this

consists of an hour and a half of intense striking, conditioning,

�-hour session participants will go take a brief written and skills

and mat work. This class is an excellent way to add excitement

test to earn a certification card that will enable them to work-

and challenge to your workout routine whether you are at a

out in the Fitness Area. Please note that privileges are dependent

beginning or advanced level of fitness. Boxing Gloves are sug-

upon continued respectful adherence to Fitness Center Rules.

gested and are available for purchase at the Welcome Desk.

Register a min. of � days before the first day of class and save $�!

Members: $�� JAN-feb, f Jan. ��-Feb. �� MAR-APR, f March �-April ��


advanced moves, then this workshop is for you! Get ready to

�� Sessions

Ages ��+ AM: �:��-�:�� am PM: �:��-�:�� pm

march, m/w/f March �-��

�� Sessions

Ages ��+ AM: �:��-�:�� am PM: �:��-�:�� pm

february, m/w/f

are a Hip Hop Dancer and want to learn more intermediate and


fitness academy

Jan. �-��

If you enjoy our Group Exercise Cardio Hip Hop Class (p. ��) or

Member Drop-In Price: $�

Fitness & Health Classes

january, m/w/f

Turbo cardio hip hop

Members: $��

Guests: $��

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm

• Winter/Spring ���� •

� Sessions SF�����MMA � Sessions SF�����MMA

january, t January ��th march, t March ��th

Guests: $��

Ages �� & �� �:��-�:�� pm Ages �� & �� �:��-�:�� pm

1 Hour SF�����TWP 1 Hour SF�����TWP

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Kids Sports Leagues & Classes

Example: if class starts on the ��th, register on/before the �th. *Turbo Cardio Hip Hop and Teen Weight Training Prep excluded.

Kids Sports Classes & Leagues athletic skills development �

athletic skills development �, continued t-ball, Ages �-� apr-may, sat

Ages �-�

Apr. ��-May ��

� Sessions

��:�� am-��:�� pm


soccer, Ages �-� apr-may, sat

Ages �-�

Apr. ��-May ��

� Sessions

��:�� am-��:�� pm


Info: 503-798-4792

Register a minimum of 5+ days before the first day of class & SAVE $15!*

baseball, Ages �-�� apr-may, sat

Ages �-��

Apr. ��-May ��

� Sessions

��:��-�:�� pm


Athletic Skills Development Classes will take advantage of the critical developmental stage your child is in, with a focus on co-

family tae kwon do

ordination, balance, hand-eye and eye-foot coordination, and

This Beginning Martial Arts class will teach you basic techniques

improved strength and agility. Through fun and creative lesson

including strikes, kicks, blocks, forms, take downs, and holds.

plans, your child will also gain an understanding of group par-

You will also develop the confidence and ability of practical self-

ticipation and teamwork, expressing and managing emotions,

defense. Training will include learning the � pillars of Tae Kwon

learning about sportsmanship, and developing self-confidence,

Do: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control and an Indomi-

all within a fun and positive environment involving a variety of

table Spirit. Be ready for paddle drills, circuit training designed

team sports. “Athletes are made, not born.”

around body weight exercises, flexibility training and FUN for the

Members: $�� jan-feb, sat

Guests: $��

Ages �-�

Jan. �-Feb. � feb-mar, sat

��:�� am-��:�� pm

apr-may, sat

��:�� am-��:�� pm

� Sessions SF�����ASD

Ages �-�

Apr. ��-May ��

��:�� am-��:�� pm

� Sessions SF�����ASD

athletic skills development � These sport specific classes will improve your child’s athleticism and coordination through games and drills, similar to previous Kids Sports Leagues, but with a sport-specific theme. Your child will gain a better grasp and understanding of the rules, concepts, and fundamental motor skills needed to be successful in these team sports. Based on experience, ability, and the opinion of your child’s coach, the class will be divided based on age and skill. Each session is � weeks long with a big game to end the season! Members: $��

Guests: $��

Jan. �-Feb. � jan-feb, sat Jan. �-Feb. �

Ages �-� ��:�� am-��:�� pm Ages �-�� ��:��-�:�� pm

jan-feb, th

� Sessions SF�����B � Sessions SF�����B

Gear up for Awesome ���� and join in this � week long track class! Class will take place indoors. A variety of track and field event fundamentals and techniques will be coached to train and

�:��-�:�� pm

MAr-apR, th

8 Sessions SF�����TKD 8 Sessions

Ages �+

March 8-April ��

�:��-�:�� pm


girl's volleyball skills development beginning & intermediate For girls ages ��-��, this Skills Development class is designed to prepare young volleyball players to take their knowledge to the next level. Instruction and topics will be based upon the level that the participant signs up for. You can sign up for the Beginning, Intermediate, or Advanced level. The overall goal is to create a fun atmosphere that teaches girls the love of sport and friendly competition while advancing their skills. Members: $��

Guests: $��

Beginning vb skills: Jan. ��-Feb. �� mar-apR, t March �-April ��

Ages ��-�� �:��-�:�� pm Ages ��-�� �:��-�:�� pm

8 Sessions SF�����GVB 8 Sessions SF�����GVB

intermediate vb skills: jan-feb, tH

track, Ages �-� & �-��

Guests: $��

Ages �+

Jan. �-Feb. ��

jan-feb, t

Basketball, Ages �-� & �-�� jan-feb, sat

Members: $��

� Sessions SF�����ASD

Ages �-�

Feb. ��-Mar. ��

whole family! Prices indicated are per family member enrolled.

Jan. �-Feb. �� mar-apR, tH March �-April ��

Ages ��-�� �:��-�:�� pm Ages ��-�� �:��-�:�� pm

8 Sessions SF�����GVI 8 Sessions SF�����GVI

prepare your young one for their future Olympic debut! feb-mar, sat Feb. ��-Mar. �� feb-mar, sat Feb. ��-Mar. ��

Ages �-� ��:�� am-��:�� pm Ages �-�� ��:��-�:�� pm

� Sessions SF�����T � Sessions SF�����T

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice. • Winter/Spring ���� •   23

Info: 503-798-4792

Rock Wall Classes

Register a minimum of 5+ days before the first day of class & SAVE $15!* *Turbo Cardio Hip Hop and Teen Weight

ity and developing advanced technique in


order to improve overall climbing perfor-

intro to sport climbing (Ages ��+)


Specific focuses include improving

endurance, power, and contact strength, as well as footwork and body position. Be prepared to leave each class feeling pumped!

Jan. �-Feb. ��

kroc climbers

This in-depth class is designed to help with muscle development and muscle memory for climbing. Part games and part skill-building technique, your child is sure to come away stronger, more flexible, and ultimately a better climber.

Jan. �-Feb. ��

reach places that you might have thought


Rock Wall Classes


climb effectively and efficiently so you can

This class focuses on improving physical abil-

Members: $��

Training Prep excluded.

Members: $��

climbing fitness/technique

Ages �-�� ��-�� am

� Sessions SF������KC

�� Sessions

Ages ��+ �-� pm


belay instruction class (Drop-In)

know in order to break into the world of sport climbing. The class focuses on lead belaying skills, clipping technique, bolt quality evaluation, and identifying/overcoming mental barriers when you’re on the short end of a rope. Requires Belay Certification/ability to climb �.�

climbing commands, & safety checks, and is

intro to traditional climbing (Ages ��+)

the first step toward becoming an indepen-

This class teaches you the skills you need to

dent climber who can belay fellow climbers.

know in order to break into the world of

This class teaches you the basics of belaying,

Member Drop-In: $�

Guests: $��

Guests: $��

This class teaches you the skills you need to

Guest Drop-In: $��


Ages ��+


�-� pm

traditional climbing.

The class focuses on

different types of traditional climbing gear, SFDropInBIC

gear placement/evaluation, anchor building, gear limitations, and the forces involved in climbing falls. If you want to become a truly

A climbing program for women, taught by

Private/Small Group Instruction

women. This class teaches you to climb safely

The following �-hour classes are available

cation/ability to climb �.�

indoors while improving strength, flexibility,

by appointment for your scheduling conve-

and agility. Enjoy a positive social environ-

nience. You can sign up for private lessons

ment and climb with interesting people of all

or organize a group for a small group instruc-

ages and climbing abilities. Belay certifica-

tion discount. The maximum participants for

tion is not required.

each class is �. Write us at krocrockwall@

rockin’ women

Members: $�� Saturdays Jan. �-Feb. ��

�-�� am

� Sessions SF������RW

Rock solid women Here is your chance to bring your rock climbing experience to a new level. Get in shape

today! � Participant:


� Participants:


� Participants:


� Participants:


to climb with intentional exercises that will

rock climbing ��� (Ages ��+)

include agility, cardio, circuit training with

Want to get into rock climbing? Then take

weights, flexibility, core, and more!


Rock Climbing ���! It teaches you how to tie

will work with one of the Kroc's finest per-

the knots, use the equipment, and it provides

sonal trainers! What a great way to build

technical climbing instruction to get you

relationships in our Rockin' Women commu-

started on the wall. For ages ��+.

nity! Sign up for both Rock Solid and Rockin' Women and get a discounted rate. Members: $�� saturdays Mar. �-Apr. ��

Guests: $��

Ages ��+ �-�:�� pm

get you on your way. Requires Belay Certifi- to make your appointment

Guests: $��

Ages ��+

independent climber, this is the ideal class to

� Sessions SF������RSW

intro to aid climbing (Ages ��+) Aid Climbing implements the use of climbing gear such as camming units, hexes, stoppers, hooks, and rope ladders in order to scale cliffs that a person might not be physically capable of climbing with their natural ability

For the latest Open Climb times, visit: rock-climbing

alone. This class will teach you how to aid


• Winter/Spring ���� •

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Adult Sports Leagues men's pick-up basketball

coming soon: �-on-� Basketball tournaments

This pick-up league provides the best of both worlds: the oppor-

Attention all Hoopers!!! The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc

tunity to play competitive basketball with other men while ulti-

Corps Community Center is gearing up to present the �st Kroc

mately playing for yourself. Teams will be switched around each

�-on-� Basketball Tournament. This round robin, fast paced, high

week, and a tally kept for each player’s win/loss record.

flying, and crossing over three-on-three tourney will commemo-

Member Drop-In Price: $� thursdays Jan. �-May ��

Guest Drop-In Price: $�*

ready and assemble a team--we will provide the game day atmo-

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm

rate whoever brings their best game to the hardwood. So get

Info: 503-798-4792

Adult Sports Leagues


*Optional purchase of discounted $� day pass available if purchased together with this Drop-In class between �:�� pm and �:�� pm on day of class. This grants you full use of the facility until closing.

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

sphere; you and your team come ready to provide the competition! (There will be prizes for winning teams!)

Watch our website for upcoming dates and times! • Winter/Spring ���� •   25

Personal Training Yoga ball

Info: 503-798-4792

This workshop will take you from looking at the ball with confusion, to using it with skill.

Personal Training rates

yoga ball

A personal trainer takes into account your

Apr. ��

�:��-�:�� pm


current fitness level, medical background,

Get Started $��/Session

no weights, no problem

ate a truly unique routine for you. Personal

The Get Started program takes you through a

For those times you go on vacation, can't

Training sessions are sold singly or in discount

physical assessment, a fitness evaluation, and

make it to the gym, or family keeps you


it provides you with a safe and effective ex-

home. Don't let life keep you from achieving

ercise routine in a circuit format. This gives

your fitness goals!

one-on-one time with a personal trainer, and

no weights, no problem

past exercise history, and future goals to cre-

an exercise routine demonstrated and prac-

May �

�:��-�:�� pm


ticed on the weight machines. Come to the fitness desk today and GET STARTED with confidence, using a routine designed with your individual goals as the driving force.

If you enjoy our Group Exercise Cardio

toward your New Year's fitness goals! Add'l

Hip Hop Class (p. ��), then this workshop

purchase of day pass not required to attend

is for you! Details on page ��.

Guests: $��

� hour for $��

The Motivator:

� sessions for $���.��.


The Conqueror:

�� sessions for $���.��.


The Gladiator:

�� sessions for $���.��.


Buddy up with a Kroc Personal Trainer to

Just one hour of your time gets you started

Members: $�

�� minutes for $��

Share a Personal Trainer

Wednesday Workshops! Ages 12+


Single Session:

keep you motivated and have fun. When you workout with a spouse or friend, you are able to help each other stay honest and motivated while also enjoying a price break. See a Personal Trainer for additional options. � people for �� minutes:

$�� per person

� people for one hour:

$�� per person

In this class you will learn the importance of

� people for one hour:

$�� per person

the overall balance in your workout program.

� people for one hour:

$�� per person

Covers nutrition, weights, cardio, and learn-

Email or call

workout basics

ing how to manage your time efficiently.

(���) ���-���� to set up your appointment!

workout basics

Meet our personal trainers! »

Jan. ��

�:��-�:�� pm


nutrition This class will give you a basic understanding of the importance of and proper approach to changing your eating habits to help you achieve your health goals. We will discuss portion amount, which foods do what, foods to avoid, and why. nutrition Feb. �

�:��-�:�� pm


exercise bands Those colored rubber things are for exercise??? YES!!! In just one session, you will learn how to get a full-body workout with exercise bands. exercise bands Mar. ��


�:��-�:�� pm


• Winter/Spring ���� •

The Sports & Fitness Crew Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Personal Training

This chart represents facility age policies. Our number one priority is the safety of all our members. All age limitations are designed and enforced with this thought in mind.

Lindsay Prince • A.C.E. Certified Personal Trainer • Arthritis Foundation Instructor • Yoga Fit Certified Instructor • A.C.E. Certified Weightloss Management Consultant I have over ten years of experience in the fitness industry. In seeking to learn how to manage my own weight, I started teaching Group Exercise classes, and later became a certified professional Personal Trainer. I believe that every person is unique, with their own set of challenges, and that a life of balance brings lasting results.

Jameson Martin • ACSM Certified Personal Trainer Most of my life I have been involved in athletics. I believe movement can be a medicine in all aspects of life. In High School, I was fortunate to be an All-State performer and a 3-time OSAA State Champion in basketball and football. I am currently finishing my bachelor's degree in Exercise Science at Western Oregon University. I am a fun, high-energy individual who will motivate you and inspire you to accomplish your fitness goals.


06 yrs

79 yrs

1014 yrs

1517 yrs

Info: 503-798-4792

Age Quick Reference

18+ yrs

Ages �-�, Swim Diaper Required � Mo-� yrs Short Term Childwatch w/Adult on-site Library w/Adult Media Center w/Adult -no internet Art Studio w/Adult Game Room w/Adult

Barb Rivoli • A.C.E. Certified Personal Trainer • Fit Tour Group Fitness Certification • Licensed Massage Therapist • Certified Schwinn Cycle Instructor As a professional personal trainer, my experience includes Massage Therapy, Nutrition, Assisting a Chiropractic Physician, Sports Medicine, and working with amateur athletes. I enjoy helping clients to restructure their posture and balance, creating healthy active lifestyles and lose weight.

Rock Wall w/Adult* Gym w/Adult Pools w/Parent or Guardian in water within arms length (� & under)

Pools w/Adult on-deck Library Art Studio Game Room

Andrew Lehti

Rock Wall*

• N.A.S.M. Certified personal Trainer I have been around the fitness industry and working out since I was 10 years old. As a child I was always the “ heavy kid”, so my parents got me involved with a gym and I have been in love with weight lifting ever since. In high school I was involved in sports of all kinds, and I am now focused on mixed martial arts. This has created my “work hard, get results” attitude. With this motivation, I help my clients to believe in and accomplish their goals through hard work.


Joshua Clarke:

Media Center -with Internet* (��+ yrs.)

• A.C.S.M. Certified Personal Trainer • A.F.A.A. Group Exercise Certification • Bachelors: Interdisciplinary Studies; Exercise Science I have been involved in exercise my entire life. Sports, Martial Arts, Lifting and Running--I enjoy it all. I love exercise in its purest and most fun form, whether that be weight lifting, running, biking, hiking, golf, or even ping pong. I am enthusiastic, positive and extremely motivating. My goal is to make exercise an enjoyable and highly-beneficial experience.

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Group Exercise Classes Cardio Only (��+ yrs) Group Exercise Classes (Cardio & Weight) Use of Hot Tub (��+ yrs) Use of Cardiovascular Equipment (��+ yrs)

Use of pools w/out Adult (��+ yrs) Use of Weight Equipment Adult Climb Belay Certification Accompany a Minor at the Kroc * Signed waiver required. Ages �-�� also require Parent/Guardian signature. Rule doesn't apply to entire age range. See specific age limits in left column. • Winter/Spring ���� •   27

Kroc Camps Info: 503.798.4795

General Camps Info:

• All camps are subject to change based on availability, attendance & enrollment. • Campers picked up after camp’s end time are subject to a $�/minute late fee. • Not all camps include pool access.

Break Camps Join our Spring Break Palooza Camp! Kids ages �-�� will have the opportunity to try a little bit of everything the Kroc Center has to offer: swimming, rock climbing, recess games, sports, art, and more! Enroll your child for a single day, or for the whole event to stay Want a place to chill, hang out with friends, and laugh over games together?

Visit our Game

Room during open hours - it’s FREE with Membership or Day Pass! The Game Room features a large variety of Wii


& Playstation � games, ®

traditional board games, a foosball table, dance pad, and even occasional special events, such as karaoke! Stay updated at:

engaged and active during breaks!

Spring Break Palooza! (Sign up soon! Camps fill up FAST!) Do you want to party like a Krocstar this spring break? Sign up today for our Spring Break Palooza Camp where every day is a PAR-TAY! Dress up according to each day's theme and be ready for a jam-packed day of fun activities and exciting party games. Don't sit at home bored this Spring Break--come to the Kroc and party like there's no tomorrow! THURS



Backwards Day

TH-F & M-F

MON Costume

Ages �-��






Wacky Wednesday

Blast from the Past


� to � days

Mar. ��, ��, ��-��

� am-� pm



� Day: $��

� Days: $���

All � Days: $���


� Day: $��

� Days: $���

All � Days: $���

Fit Kids


Meet your Kinder Camp Teachers:

Jump, squat, climb! We have been amazed to see the significance that an active class can have on a child! Over time, we have seen tangible improvements in their flexibility, balance, and self-confidence in their abilities. These classes are also great for socializing your little ones. The class most often includes an exciting obstacle course, as well as a gym game! M/W/F/S Ongoing

Palooza [puh-loo-zuh]: (n.) �. An all-out crazy party. �. Partying at one place with a ton of people like there's no tomorrow.

Ages �-� ��:��-��:�� am


Audrey & Catherine Audrey has a Bachelor’s in Youth & Family Studies from Corban University and has worked with Pre-School/Kinder age for � years. She has also worked at Boys & Girls Club and Cascade School in the Child Development Center. Catherine has a Bachelor’s in Youth & Family Ministries from Corban University. She helped develop the Kinder Camp Program at the Kroc and has co-taught since the Kroc opening in ����. Both Audrey and Catherine are committed to excellence and have a passion for working with children.


• Winter/Spring ���� •

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Camps! imaginarium camp!


Put your thinking caps on! Explore the Kroc

Spatulas up! For this camp your child will

These single-day events are scheduled during

Center on a whole new level by climbing the

join a few of our Kroc chefs to make some

most school in-service days so that children

Wall of Doom, and diving for treasure. Create

delicious meals. Come learn the essentials of

will have a safe and fun place to go while

a unique craft and work as a team to make up

cooking along with a new recipe or two! Hats

their parents are working. Planned and su-

an exciting new game. Prepare yourself for a

off to the chef!

pervised by the Kroc Center’s Camp staff,

day of mystery. (Imaginations not included -


your child is sure to have a great time while

must bring your own!)

playing at the Kroc Center.


Members: $��

Guests: $��

Ages �-��

May ��th

� am-� pm

Cape - CHECK! Mask - CHECK! Tights - CHECK!

Head south of the border for this fun-filled

Superhero name - CHECK! All we need is

camp! Enjoy a Mexican treat - Muy Delicioso!

YOU! Join us for a full day of superhero train-

And join us for other fiesta related activities

ing which will include a Rock Wall obstacle

such as maraca making, piñatas, and much

course, swimming, and creating your own Su-

more! ¡Olé!

perhero identity! UP, UP, AND AWAY!


April ��th

� am-� pm

� day

Ages �-��

April ��th

� am-� pm

� day CA����TC

Extended Camp Care Extended Care is an option for families who

¡fiesta camp!

Ages �-��

� am-� pm

� day CA����IC

Superhero academy camp!


Ages �-��

March �th

� day CA����FC


need to drop off their camper earlier than the

Info: 503-798-4795 or 503-798-4835

Day Camps

camp’s start time and/or pick up their camper later than the camps’s pick-up time. ages �-��, �:�� am-� pm # of Days


� (purchased PRIOR to day of need) � (Purchased ON day of need) � (purchased PRIOR to day of need) � (Purchased ON day of need)

$� $�� $�� $��

radical reptiles! Where better to learn about crocodiles than Bonus! Pre-register for Kinder Camps � days in advance and get $�� off! Members: $���

Guests: $���

Kinder Camp is designed to prepare children for kindergarten as well as serve as a supplemental enhancement program for children already in Pre-School/Kindergarten. Our hope is that by the end of each session, your child

the Kroc Center?! For this camp, we’ll explore Another BONUS for Kinder Campers: On dates when a No School Madness or Break Camp overlaps with a Kinder Camp, any enrolled Kinder Camper is eligible to

the species, scales, and stories about reptiles. Mon-Fri Mar. �-��

Ages �-� AM: �:��-��:�� am PM: ��:��-�:�� pm

�� Days CA����RR CA����RR

join in the full day of Camp for only $�� more! Hours are extended 8 am-� pm, for an additional �.� hours of fun!

Buggin' out! You might need a magnifying glass to see these creepy crawlers! Enjoy learning about

diggin' dinos!

the different types of bugs that live around

their abilities.

Come explore the prehistoric world of dino-

the world. Maybe we’ll even get to go on a

saurs! Learn about the different types of di-

bug hunt!

Kinder Camp introduces your little ones to

nosaurs, their names, and how they lived, as


will have developed new skills and grown in

the world of school and classmates in a fun, exciting, and safe environment. Children ages �-� explore different subjects such as: math, reading, science, art, shapes & patterns, writing, physical activity, health, and so much more! They will also have the opportunity to strengthen and develop their gross motor skills through fun games and physical activities in the gym each day! This unique Kroc program offers unparalleled opportunities for kinder and pre-school age children to expand and discover new skills in the following

well as fun and exciting dino facts! Mon-Fri Jan. �-��

Ages �-� AM: �:��-��:�� am PM: ��:��-�:�� pm

�� Days CA����DD CA����DD

Apr. �-��

Ages �-� AM: �:��-��:�� am PM: ��:��-�:�� pm

�� Days CA����BO CA����BO

under the sea! We’re diving in for an underwater adven-

jungle safari!

ture! Hop into the submarine as we look at

Grab your binoculars because we’re going on

sea creatures with shells, fins, and legs. We’ll

a safari! We will learn all about fascinating

learn all about life below the shore and fun

jungle animals and their habitat. Come join

facts about sea life. Anchors away!

us for a swinging good time!


Mon-Fri Feb. �-��

Ages �-� AM: �:��-��:�� am PM: ��:��-�:�� pm

�� Days CA����JS CA����JS

May �-��

Ages �-� AM: �:��-��:�� am PM: ��:��-�:�� pm

�� Days CA����US CA����US

areas: Rock Climbing, Swimming, Tumbling/ Gymnastics Basics, Art, Music, and Dance. Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice. • Winter/Spring ���� •   29

Fine Arts & Education Info: 503.798.4791 or 503.798.4811


(below) FREE with membership or day pass!

Open Areas of the FAE Wing Art studio Need a space to work on your art projects? Look no further than the Kroc Center’s Art Studio. Open for a specified time for individuals to engage in self-directed artwork, FREE with membership or Day Pass.

Hours for FAE Wing Open Areas

Congregational Life meets on Wednesdays in the FAE Wing. You can find the current room schedule online at:

What's New In FAE!

Theater Class is BACK!

Members and guests enjoy special pre-

Kids, come and learn the fundamentals of acting/

registration discounts when registering �

theater and gain more confidence! You will be

days before the first day of a class. If you

challenged to work through various acting exercis-

have any questions, call (���) ���-���� for

es, both individually and as a group. Look forward

more info.

to a final performance!

• pre-registration


library media Center*

• Intensive

Want to surf the net, check your

Coming in Summer of ����!

email, or work on a project? How about reading, checking out books (members only), or working on some homework?

Our Computer

Lab and Library are now combined so you can do both in one place! • We will also continue to have Storytime (right) in our Library Media Center, and that program is FREE with membership or day pass!

Fine Arts Camps


Members: $�� JAN-MAR, M

• spring

showcase Saturday, May ��th, �-� pm

Now all your hard work will pay off. You can show your stuff! Let family and friends see what you have been up to during the Winter and Spring time in dance, music and art! You are all stars, and this is your time to shine! Level ��� only. • no

classes during spring break, March ��-��

Jan. ��-Mar. ��


Guests: $���

Ages �-�� �-� pm

� sessions FA������TheaM


(FREE with membership or day pass!) You can bring your kids to our Library Media Center every Friday morning at ��:�� am to listen to stories, sing along with great kid songs and learn the matching motions to the music, and have a great time together!

*Ages �� and under require a waiver signed by parent or legal guardian to use the computers. See fine-arts-education for more info.

Progressive Programming We are delighted to announce that the FAE department is moving into progressive programming. Here’s how it works: You still pay for classes as usual—� or �� week sessions with breaks in be-

*All youth ages �-� must be accompa-

tween; however, the routines, fundamentals, and training contents will now build progressively.

nied and supervised by an adult at all

Students will have the chance to display their new abilities during the Spring Showcase on June

times to participate in age appropriate

�nd, ���� (see above). If you are a beginner, you are welcome to sign up for ��� courses. ��� is

unstructured activities (see page �).

the continuation course for all of our ��� classes and will take new students. ��� is for returning students only due to the preparation for our Spring Concert. • ��� - New Students • ��� - Returning Students (but will also accept new students) • ��� - Returning Students Only


• Winter/Spring ���� •

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Do It Yourself Classes (DIY) Classes

Candle Making Have you ever wanted a nice candle or a set of tapers for your table, but didn't like the

ects yourself: re-purposing items you al-

price? Come to this class and you will learn

ready have (or could find cheaply) and then

how to make your very own candles that are

revamping them. This is a place to ask the

pretty to look at and smell terrific. We can

experts, learn new crafts and skills, and save

also make 'unsented ones too! You can relax,

some money for you and your family. Class-

have a warm cup of coffee or tea and have

es will come with supplies unless otherwise

some fun! Members: $��

noted in the course description.


Friendship bracelet

March ��th

Guests: $��

��+ �-� pm

� session FA������Candles

Learn how to make � styles of friendship bracelets: diagonal strip; chevron; and, if we

Garden Stones

have time, the diamond pattern.

Make personalized stepping stones for the

Members: $�� Friday Jan. ��th

�+ �-� pm

Guests: $�� � session FA������FBracelet

garden. This is a fun decoration to do with different ages; working with concrete is messy, so wear something that you don't mind getting dirty!

lace lantern

Members: $��

Ever wondered what to do with old doilies? Okay maybe that hasn't crossed your mind,

Friday April �th

Guests: $��

��+ �-� pm

� session FA������Stones

but I bet you would love to have an exciting

Flower pots

how to transform old doilies and lace into

Paint a flower pot, and pot your own plant.

Members: $�� Friday Feb. �rd

��+ �-� pm

Members: $�� Guests: $�� � session

Friday April ��th

� session FA������FlwPots


Learn how to make your own essential oil, bath salts, candle, and relaxation hot pad.

bone Braid you’ve wanted; Price includes the

Make it a fun night out with friends!

to practice on. You could even make it a mom and daughter night! Members: $� Friday Feb. ��th

��+ �-� pm

Guests: $��

Just four

weeks long! Members: $��

Guests: $��

Try it! ages �-� For our little ones: Ballet, Hip Hop, and Creative Dance. Learn the basics of them all! mar-apr, tH Mar. ��-Apr. �� �:��-�:�� pm apr-MAY, tH Apr. ��-May �� �:��-�:�� pm

May ��-June � �:��-�:�� pm

Ages �-� FA������TC�M � SESSIONS Ages �-� FA������TC�A � SESSIONS Ages �-� FA������TC�MY � SESSIONS

Try it! ages �-�� For our little ones: Ballet, Hip Hop, and Broadmar-apr, tH

Learn how to make that French or Herringcost of yourself and someone with longer hair

Creative Dance, and Broadway.

way Dance. Learn the basics of them all!

Aromatherapy kits

hair braiding

Try It! Classes - NEW! Here's your chance to sample: Ballet, Hip Hop,

Guests: $��

��+ �-� pm

on/before the �th. *DIY Classes excluded.

may-june, tH

and unique light in your home. Come learn amazing lanterns.

Example: if class starts on the ��th, register

Members: $�� Friday May �th

��+ �-� pm

� session FA������HBraid

Guests: $�� � session FA������AromaKit

Mar. ��-Apr. �� �:��-�:�� pm apr-MAY, tH Apr. ��-May �� �:��-�:�� pm may-june, tH May ��-June � �:��-�:�� pm

Ages �-�� FA������TC�M � SESSIONS Ages �-�� FA������TC�A � SESSIONS Ages �-�� FA������TC�MY � SESSIONS

Try it! ages ��+

painting & coffee

For our little ones: Ballet, Hip Hop, and Broad-

Come unwind on a Friday night with a coffee

way Dance. Learn the basics of them all!

bar and painting: Learn how to blend colors

mar-apr, tH

and different painting strokes all while sipping on coffee or tea! Members: $�� Friday March �nd

��+ �-�:�� pm

Info: 503-798-4791 or 503-798-4811

DIY drop-in classes are all about doing proj-

Register a minimum of 5+ days before the first day of class & SAVE $25!*

Guests: $�� � session FA������Painting

Mar. ��-Apr. �� �:��-�:�� pm apr-MAY, tH Apr. ��-May �� �:��-�:�� pm may-june, tH May ��-June � �:��-�:�� pm

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Ages ��+ FA������TC��M � SESSIONS Ages ��+ FA������TC��A � SESSIONS Ages ��+ FA������TC��MY � SESSIONS • Winter/Spring ���� •   31

Art, Music & Education Classes

There will be no classes during

Info: 503-798-4791 or 503-798-4811

Register a minimum of 5+ days before the first day of class & SAVE $25!* Example: if class starts on the ��th, register on/before the �th. *DIY & Learn to Crochet Classes excluded.

Adult guitar lab ���, ��� Have you always wanted to play guitar? Come join our qualified instructor and meet new friends. Bring your guitar! Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, TH Jan. ��-March �

Art Classes

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm

Members: $��

drawing ���, ���


Now that you have learned the basics of drawing, strokes, shapes,

March ��-May ��

Guests: $�� � sessions FA������GuAd�

Guests: $���

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm

� sessions + � dr* FA������GuKd�

and shadows you will continue to enhance what you know and let your imagination run away with you! Beginners who missed

piano lab ���, ��� a

��� are always welcome in the 'Drawing ���' class.

We guarantee you fun and success as you plunk the ivory keys in

Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, TH

Guests: $��

Ages �+

Jan. ��-Mar. �

�:��-�:�� pm


Ages �+

March ��-May ��

�:��-�:�� pm

this group lesson!

FA������Draw��� � sessions + � dr*

styles, including realism and abstract design. You will complete at least � colorful portraits by the end of the class.

� sessions

�:��-�:�� pm


Ages ��+

March ��-May ��

Ages �+ �:��-�:�� pm

Members: $���

March ��-May ��


Ages �+

Education Classes This class is for the adventurer in all of us. If you love animals, recycling/re-purposing, earth science, or just plain fun experiments, this class is for you! Students will learn about a different subject aged to discover more about the world around them.

the basics, the sky is the limit and you can make those beautiful afghans you have always drooled over. Guest Drop-In Price: $��

Ages ��+

Feb. �� & ��


each week; they'll be challenged in their knowledge and encour-

Come and have some fun making hats and things. Once you learn

� sessions

��:��-��:�� am


� sessions + � dr*


learn to crochet

Jan. �� & ��

Guests: $���

�:��-�:�� pm

Members: $��


� sessions FA������Lab�

� sessions + � dr*

�:��-�:�� pm

Member Drop-In Price: $��

Guests: $���

science saturdays

Guests: $��

Ages ��+

Jan. ��-March �

Jan. ��-March �

��� MAR-MAY, T

Come learn the basics of acrylics using different techniques and


��� JAN-MAR, T


Acrylics ���, ���

Members: $��

Members: $��

� sessions


Ages ��+

� sessions

��:��-��:�� am



Guests: $��

Ages �-��

Jan. ��-Feb. � FEB-MAR, SAT

��:�� am-��:�� pm

� sessions FA������SciencS

Ages �-��

Feb. ��-March �

��:�� am-��:�� pm

� sessions FA������SciencS

reading improvement stratagies This class will help your child comprehend better, read more effectively, and have fun too! If your child is having difficulty reading, this class is the perfect place for them to be safe, relaxed, and have fun while learning to read with their peers.

Music Classes

Members: $��

kids guitar lab ���, ���


Come join in the fun and learn to play! Bring your guitar! Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, TH Jan. ��-March �

Ages �-��

March ��-May ��


Feb. ��-Mar. ��

Ages �-� �:��-�:�� pm Ages �-� �:��-�:�� pm

� sessions FA������RISWF � sessions FA������RISWF


Guests: $���

Ages �-��

Jan. ��-Feb. �

FEB & MAR, W/F � sessions

�:��-�:�� pm

Members: $�� ��� MAR-MAY, TH

Guests: $��

Guests: $��

� sessions + � dr*

�:��-�:�� pm

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103 Students! Get ready to perform using your new skills in the Spring Showcase*! *Dress Rehearsal for the Spring Showcase is Friday, June �, ����

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Dance Classes

Spring Break, March 25th-31st.

That's okay! ��� level classes welcome beginners as well. ☺

Tikes Hip Hop Created for the preschool child, this class combines beat, music and some energetic dancing designed to help preschoolers learn some new steps. Dance shoes are not provided. Students are required to purchase their own shoes.

Dance Classes

pre-ballet ���, ���

Members: $��

(Bilingual - Spanish)

This class will introduce the small child to very basic ballet fundamentals in a fun environment. Emphasis will be placed on creative movement, body positioning, developing listening and direction following skills. Oh, and having fun, too! Students are required to


Guests: $���

Ages �-�

Jan. ��-March ��

��:��-��:�� am

mar-may, SAT

� sessions FA����TikesHH

Ages �-�

March ��-May ��

��:��-��:�� am

� sessionS FA����TikesHH

purchase their own dance shoes. Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, T Jan. ��-March � ��� MAR-MAY, T March ��-May ��

Ballet ���, ���

Hip Hop ���, ��� A

Guests: $���

Ages �-�

� sessions

�:��-�:�� pm


Ages �-�

� sessions + � dr*

�:��-�:�� pm


This class is designed for kids �-�� yrs. You don’t have to be a star, but you might want to join them after this high energy class. Students are required to purchase their own dance shoes. Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, SAT

Guests: $���

Ages �-��

Jan. ��-March ��

(Bilingual - Spanish)

Info: 503-798-4791 or 503-798-4811

Are you a beginner who missed the 101 class?

��:�� am-Noon

This class will introduce you to a variety of ballet fundamentals in


a fun environment. Class includes warm-ups and proper stretch-

March ��-May ��

Ages �-�� ��:�� am-Noon

� sessions FA����HipHopA� � sessions + � dr* FA����HipHopA�

ing technique, body alignment and positioning, across the floor skills and work on a variety of dance combinations. Students are

Hip Hop ���, ��� B

required to purchase their own dance shoes.

This class is designed for kids ��+ yrs. You don’t have to be a star,

Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, T Jan. ��-March � ��� MAR-MAY, T March ��-May ��

Guests: $���

Ages �-��

but you might want to join them after this high energy class. � sessions

�:��-�:�� pm

Students are required to purchase their own dance shoes. Members: $��


Ages �-��

� sessions + � dr*

�:��-�:�� pm



Ages ��+

Jan. ��-March ��

��:��-�:�� pm


tap for kids ���, ���

Guests: $���

March ��-May ��

Ages ��+ ��:��-�:�� pm

� sessions FA������HpHpB� � sessions + � dr* FA������HpHpB�

You have learned the fundamentals of Tap, and had fun along the way. Now get ready to expand what you know! Students are

basics of dance

required to purchase their own dance shoes.

Kids learn the basics of dance for ballet, hip hop, & other styles.

Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, F Jan. ��-March � ��� MAR-MAY, F March ��-May ��

Guests: $���

Ages �-� �:��-�:�� pm Ages �-� �:��-�:�� pm

Students are required to purchase their own dance shoes. Members: $��

� sessions FA������TapK��� � sessions + � dr* FA������TapK���

JAN-MAR, T Jan. ��-March � JAN-MAR, SAT Jan. ��-March ��

broadway tap ���, ��� Come join this high-kicking, toe-tapping, jazz-hands extravaganza of a class. We're combining Tap and Musical dance numbers for an exciting routine! Students are required to purchase their own dance shoes. Members: $�� ��� JAN-MAR, M Jan. �-March � ��� MAR-MAY, M March ��-May ��

Guests: $���

Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm Ages ��+ �:��-�:�� pm

� sessions FA������BDWTap�

MAR-MAY, T March ��-May �� MAR-MAY, SAT March ��-May ��

Guests: $���

Ages �-� �:��-�:�� pm Ages �-� �:��-�:�� am Ages �-� �:��-�:�� pm Ages �-� �:��-�:�� am

� sessions FA������BasicsT � sessions FA�����BasicsS � sessions FA������ BasicsT � sessions FA�����BasicsS

103 Students! Get ready to perform using your new skills in the Spring Showcase*! *Dress Rehearsal for the Spring Showcase is Friday, June �, ����

� sessions + � dr* FA������BDWTap�

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Events & Catering

Host your next


event at the Kroc!

Lectures. Weddings. Corporate Meetings. Workshops. Reunions. Training. Birthdays. Quinceañeras. Performances. Receptions. Catering. Retreats. Unforgettable Gatherings. Monday-Friday 7 am-10 pm Prices are subject to change. Non-profits receive a ��% discount. Discounts are also available with minimum food purchase. For more information, please contact Guest Services at (���) ���-���� or visit:

Saturday 7 am-10 pm

Sunday 1 pm-7 pm

Community Rooms

3-Hr. Rental

Each add’l hour*

3-Hr. Rental

Each add’l hour*

3-Hr. Rental

Each add’l hour*




































Terrace Grove





















*Each additional hour must be consecutive. Wedding photos courtesy of Chris Hunt Photography.


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Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Birthday Parties!



Look no further than the Kroc Center to host a fun-filled birthday bash! With access to a party room and help from our Party Hosts you can customize your birthday party! And that’s not all…after you blow out the candles and open presents, you and your guests will spend the rest of the day sliding down the water slide, floating in the lazy river, scaling the rock wall, shooting hoops, playing in our game room and more!

Parties start at $95 & include:

One hour in a party room of your choice! � Day Passes to have access to the facility for the ENTIRE DAY! Additional Day Passes available for purchase A Kroc Party Host to ensure your party is a GREAT success! Plates, cups, and utensils Your choice of linen color

Want More? Choose Your Add-Ons*: Goodie Bags Themed Decoration Packages Cotton Candy, Sno Cone, or Popcorn Machine Additional Room, Time, and/or Day Passes Food (pizza, nachos, hot dogs and more) Beverages Balloon Bouquets Even invite RJ, the Kroc Center Mascot to attend your party! *Pricing available on the Birthday Party Application.

Are you ready to book YOUR party?!

Pick up our application at the Welcome Desk

or download a copy at If you have additional questions contact us at ���.���.���� or email General Policies: No outside food or beverage permitted You can find everything you need to book your birthday party online at:

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

however, you are welcome to bring your own cake or cupcakes from a licensed bakery. A $�� non-refundable deposit will guarantee your reservation. • Winter/Spring ���� •   35


• Winter/Spring ���� •

Schedules, pricing, programming, and policies subject to change without notice.

Salem Kroc Center 2012 Winter-Spring Program Guide  

The Salem Kroc Center Winter-Spring 2012 Program Guide

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