Carbondale Parks & Recreation Department
Easy Online Registration at our website: 970-510-1290 567 Colorado Ave Carbondale, CO 81623
CRCC Hours of Operation General Facility Hours Monday through Friday 6am-9pm Saturday 8am-5pm Sunday 10am-5pm Winter Extended Weekend Hours! Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas & New Year’s. Closing @ 3pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. Staffed Facilitated Climbing Wall Hours Safety Orientations and Belay/Climb Certiﬁcations: Wednesdays 5:30-8:30pm
Carbondale Recreation & Community Center 567 Colorado Ave. Carbondale, CO 81623 970-510-1290 2
Admissions Carbondale Recreation & Community Center Please note prices are in effect until December 31, 2017. New rate structure to be implemented January 2, 2018! All memberships require a photo ID at time of purchase.
RD = Resident Discount (Resident must live within 81623 zip code) To receive this discounted rate you must present proof of residency i.e.-drivers license, lease, utilities bill, etc. G = Guest (Lives outside of 81623 zip code)
Includes access to the Town of Carbondale Recreation & Community Center’s gymnasium, ﬁtness facility, outdoor exercise area, the climbing wall, and indicated ﬁtness classes. Children under 3 Youth (3-17 years)/Seniors (62+ years) Adult (18 +)
Resident Discount Free $5 $7
Monthly Youth /Seniors $28 RD / $34 G Adult (18 +) $40 RD / $53 G Family (2 parents)* $55 RD / $68 G Family (1 parent)* $55 RD / $68 G
3 Month $69 RD / $84 G $105 RD / $128 G $142 RD / $178 G $142 RD / $178 G
6 Month $138 RD / $168 G $210 RD / $255 G $258 RD / $ 324 G $258 RD / $ 324 G
Guest Free $7 $10
Annual $209 RD / $264 G $345 RD / $438 G $493 RD / $631 G $369 RD / $475 G
Membership beneﬁts: use of all facilities, climbing wall, gymnasium, lockers, showers, and in-house ﬁtness classes. *Family = 1- 2 children under 18 living in your house. Each additional child family member would be charged an additional $55 annually, $17 for a 3 month pass, and $6 monthly.
20 visit Punch Pass (15% discount on daily rates) Youth (3-17 years) / Seniors (62 +years) Adult (18 +) Seniors (62 years +)
Resident Discount $85 RD $119 RD $85 RD
Guest $120 G $170 G $120 G
Punch Passes expire in three years and multiple punches can be used daily to bring in friends. Punch Passes are scanned per person, per visit, per amenity. Punch Passes can be used at the John M. Fleet Pool and at the Carbondale Recreation & Community Center. Punch Passes are age-speciﬁc. 3
Parks & Recreation Director
The HEAL Cities and Towns Campaign began in 2012 when LiveWell Colorado received grant funding from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The partnership campaign aims to reduce and prevent obesity to improve the health of Colorado citizens. The campaign engages municipal leaders to champion healthy eating and active living in their communities. Our local HEAL coalition members Rita Marsh, Ardis Hoffman, Gwen Garcelon, Cindy Weaver, Elizabeth Cammack, Illene Pevec, Diana Alcantara, Jennifer Bouchet, Hanya Gottardo, Lynn Ruoff, and our Health & Wellness Recreation Coordinator, Margaret Donnelly, have been working tirelessly on this mission. Due to their work, LiveWell Colorado has awarded the highest possible designation to the Town of Carbondale for our commitment to building a healthy community, the Elite status. In order to qualify for Elite status, a city must have adopted five healthy eating and active living policies or programs. This brochure has some of the programs and practices we have put into place. Take advantage of our fitness offerings, our active living youth and senior programming and our healthy eating cooking classes. You have nothing to lose, and if you do, we can help. Eric Brendlinger Parks & Recreation Director
Recreation Center Manager
This is my favorite time of year. I love the scents (cool, crisp air and chimney smoke). I love the colors (trees changing from greens to yellows and reds). I love the sounds (crackling leaves and rustling branches). But what I love most about fall is that indefinable sensation of change. All seasons have a feeling of change to them. But there is something about the transition to fall that is just mysterious and inexplicable. It is curious and magical. It is so hard to try to put this concept in words and I think part of that stems from the fact that change is hard. But change generally brings growth and new experiences. It is an opportunity to reflect and reevaluate, and therefore, it is a time to try something new. Change happens constantly at Carbondale Recreation. Especially in the fall. We transition to extended hours. We experience a dramatic increase in attendance to our fitness classes and the number of visitors to our center each day. We switch from ball fields and bike parks to ice rinks. And sometimes, we change our prices. Every 5 years, we institute an inflationary increase to our rates. We do this to try to keep pace with the ever-increasing costs of doing business, as well as in order to consistently add more to what we do! Whether it is new fitness classes, new equipment, or new programs, our goal is to always keep experimenting, learning, and improving. As of January 2, 2018, our rate structure may look new. There may be changes. But remember, change is opportunity. And growth. And necessary to move forward. We are excited to offer new and different options. Bring on the fall and all its glorious changes! Jessi Rochel Community Center and Recreational Programs Manager
Fall Fitness Class Schedule Oct. 2017-Jan. 2018
Personal Training Options and Fees 2017 You must have a current membership with the CRCC to partake in the personal training.
Two easy steps to personal training.
1. Pay for training at the front desk. 2. Contact the personal trainer who best suits your needs and schedule your appointment. Personal Training Package Options
Private Personal Training
Buddy Training (2 people)
Buddy Training (3 People)
1 Session 1.5 hrs (training and programming)
*All members are entitled to one complementary fitness orientation a year. This orientation will be with a certified personal trainer and reviews recreation center policies and an overview of how to use the gym equipment including: cardio equipment, weight machines, cable machine and different squat racks.
Audrey Burgio 720-496-5423 firstname.lastname@example.org ISSA ,CrossFit, USAKL & Sport Level 2 Kettlebell Cerrtiﬁed Instructor
Judy Haynes 970-618-1066 email@example.com NASM Personal Trainer Certiﬁed Functional Manual Soft Tissue & Chain Reaction Trainer
Margaret Donnelly 503-415-9514 margaretﬁt24@gmail.com Health & Fitness Exercise Specialist Aquatic Excercise & SilverSneakers Instructor
Sarah MacGregor 719-360-4789 firstname.lastname@example.org AMGA Certiﬁed Rock Climbing Instructor & Yoga Instructor Se Habla Espanol
Specialty Classes Fall 2017
Courtesy ¥ Integrity ¥ Perseverance ¥ Self-Control ¥ Indomitable Spirit
W We bow to show respect. Respect to our Master, Instructor, to each other, to our dojang. Bowing establishes a state of mind, giving us the humility & modesty to open our minds and hearts to learn.
Martial Arts classes for children & adults
Tuesday & Thursday 6:30pm – 8:00pm Carbondale Recreation Center
Carbondale Instructors: Cedar Rose Guelberth 3rd Dan & Grand Master Rich Hodder 9th Dan
Additional Programs Include: Restorative Martial Arts Classes ~ Private Training Self Defense Classes ~ September 24th & October 29th Carbondale Recre Recreation Center
www.carbondalerec.com For More information: Contact Ms Cedar Rose 970-948-8774
2017-18 Base Camp Cycling December 2017 through March 2018
Monthly indoor cycling classes. Pre-register for a time slot for each month to guarantee yourself a bike. Drop-ins will only be available if the class does not ﬁll up. Register early! Flat fee of $68 per month Drop in fee: $11 Committed to cycling? If you register for all 4 months by November 30, you can save 10%! Must register in person to receive discount. TUESDAY / THURSDAY TUESDAY / THURSDAY TUESDAY / THURSDAY
7:15-8:15 am 12-1 pm 6-7 pm
Indoor Cycling at the CRCC Indoor Cycling at the CRCC Indoor Cylcing at the CRCC
Join the fun! Contact Valerie Gilliam for information 970.948.5877 email@example.com Register online at www.carbondalerec.com or at the front desk of the CRCC
Wellness Program Fall 2017 Cooking Class Series
Part of our (HEAL )Health Eating Active Living Program and the Elite Status designation from Live Well Colorado Dates:Last Monday of the month Time: 6-9 pm Cost: $10 Location: Carbondale Recreation & Community Center Kitchen Instructors: Carla Farrand, County Director, Family and Consumer Science Agent Deb Martin, CMG & MFSA All Things Tomatoes Tomatoes seem to grow in abundance, but in the Valley never seem to ripen all the way. Come learn how to ďŹ nish off your tomatoes and preserve them for summer in the form of canning, salsas, dehydrated and more. Date: Monday, September 25 Canning Soup Fall is here. Letâ€™s make soup! Join us in learning how to can a variety of soups to enjoy throughout the fall and winter. Date: Monday, Oct 30 Healthy Gifts from the Kitchen Come learn how to make low cost, from the heart, healthy gifts for the up-coming holiday season. Date: Monday, Nov 27 No Classes in December
Adult Beauty Programs Fall 2017 Herb & Spa Express for Adults This class will teach you the at home version of the distillation process to make your own essential oils. You will learn how to turn those oils into hydrosols and healing salves. Make you own, and take it home with you! Date: Saturday, November 4 Time: 10am-2pm Cost: $40 Instructor: Meaghan Owens
Climbing Wall Program Fall 2017 Staffed Wall Sessions Safety Orientations and Belay/Climb Certiﬁcations available Wednesdays 5:30-8:30 pm Safety Orientations and Bouldering, Auto Belay, Top Rope & Lead Certiﬁcations All climbers must sign a climbing waiver (those 17 years and younger must have a parent/ guardian sign), and undergo an initial Safety Orientation prior to accessing the wall. This orientation is a review of wall regulations and equipment, knot tying, belaying, rope management skills, use of technical equipment and climbing commands. Climbers must be certiﬁed in one of two levels prior to using the wall. (Included in membership or daily fee.) • Level One Certiﬁcation is the validation for using the climbing wall for bouldering, auto-belay and top rope belaying. • Level Two Certiﬁcation is a specialized certiﬁcation to access our lead routes and to obtain lead belay and lead climbing certiﬁcation. See clinic offerings next page. If those dates do not work get 4 people together and we will create a clinic for you.
NEW Fall Climbing Wall Programs Climbing Clinics
Cost: $45 ($35 for early registration) for 3 hour clinics Min/Max: 4 / 8. Cost: $35 ($25 for early registration) for 2 hour clinics Ages:12 and up Registration deadline for early registration discount is one week before each clinic.
Indoor Lead Climbing Certiﬁcation Clinic: 3 hours (6-9pm) Learn or refresh your
knowledge on lead climbing, lead belaying, and build conﬁdence through practice indoors.
Intro to Rock Climbing for Ladies: 2 hours (6-8pm) Learn the basics of rock climbing and meet a supportive community of other like minded ladies to climb with! Topics include: top rope belaying, climbing technique, safety protocols, and fun activities to get practice and make friends! Receive top rope certiﬁcation through this class.
Climbing Technique Clinic: 2 hours (6-8pm) Learn and practice techniques to climb
efﬁciently and build conﬁdence both physically and mentally!
Anchor Building and Cleaning Clinic: 2 hours (6-8pm) Learn and practice sev-
eral methods of building rock climbing anchors, when to use them, and several methods for cleaning the anchor to retrieve your gear. Be a better, more knowledgeable climber and partner with this knowledge!
Lead Climbing Level Two: 3 hours (6-9pm) You already have your lead climb cet here
but might need practice to build up your conﬁdence! We will discuss techniques for improving your mental game, anchor building, specs on gear strength and forces created in a lead fall, and lots of practice and techniques for being a better lead climber and belayer!
Yoga for Climbers (and anyone!) 1.5 hours (6:45pm - 8:15pm) ($25, $15 early regis-
tration. Minimum 4, max 15) Learn postures and exercises to improve your climbing performance and prevent climbing injuries. Flexibility and knowledge of yoga is not required
New Climbing Clinics Schedule
9/21 Lead Climbing Certiﬁcation Clinic 10/5 Intro to Rock Climbing for Ladies 10/12 Climbing Technique Clinic 10/26 Lead Climbing Certiﬁcation Clinic 11/9 Yoga for Climbers (*specialty class) 11/16 Anchor Building and Cleaning Clinic 11/30 Lead Climbing Certiﬁcation Clinic 12/7 Climbing Technique Clinic 12/14 Lead Climbing Certiﬁcation Clinic 10
Fall Youth Climbing Wall Programs Parent/guardian must sign a Climbing Wall Waiver prior to child’s ﬁrst class.
Mommy (or Daddy) and Me
Hey Kids! We want to teach your parents about climbing, but we need your help! Have them sign up for this class and help us teach them the right knots and techniques for safe top roping and auto-belay use. The best part about this class is they’ll be certiﬁed through our facility and can bring you climbing whenever you want! Ages: 4-6 years Min/Max: 4 pairs/session Day: Thursday Time: 10-11:30am Cost: $35 / session Session 1: November 2 & 9 (registration deadline Oct. 26) Session 2: December 7 & 14 (registration deadline Nov. 30)
Youth Climbing Class
A great introductory climbing class for kids. Instructor will cover all safety aspects and provide a fun environment with games and group challenges. The class will progress sequentially and accommodate beginners and experienced climbers alike. Climb on! Ages: 7-12 years Min/Max: 5-8 Day: Monday Time: 3:45-5:00pm Cost: $60 / session Session 1: Oct 2, 9, 16, 23 (registration deadline Sept. 25) Session 2: Nov 6, 13, 20, 27 (registration deadline Oct. 30)
Advanced Youth Climbing Class
Pre-requisite, youth climbing class or equivalent experience. A continuation of the introductory climbing class. The class will progress sequentially and accommodate intermediate and experienced climbers alike. Two sessions offered. Climb on! Ages: 7-12 years Time: 3:45-5:00pm Session 1: Nov 2, 9, 16 Session 2: Dec 7, 14, 21
Day: Thursdays Cost: $45 / session (registration deadline Oct. 26) (registration deadline Nov. 30)
Youth Climbing Club
The next step after the advanced youth climbing class to hone your technique and strength to climb your best.Pre-requisite is advanced youth climbing class or instructor permission. Ages: 7-17 years Min/Max: 5-8 Day: Wednesdays Time: 4:00-5:15pm Cost: $60 / session Session 1: Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 (registration deadline Sept, 27) Session 2: Nov 1, 8, 15, 29 (reg. deadline Oct. 25-no class on Nov 22) Session 3: Dec 6, 13, 20, 27 (registration deadline Nov 29) 11
Preschool Programs Fall 2017 Motion Mondays
This action-packed program is for preschoolers who want to ride! Bring your own scooter, Strider, Razor, tryke, bike, or any other wheeled contraption to the gym. We will set up an obstacle course to ride in, on, and around. The bounce house will also be set up. This is a parent-supervised program. Ages: 1-6 (children under 1 are free) Day: Monday Dates: Ongoing (No Labor Day, Christmas Day, or New Yearâ€™s Day) Time: 10:30-11:45am Cost: $5 member/$6 non-member (per child) Location: CRCC Gymnasium
Wild and Wacky Wednesday
Hey preschoolers! Join us in the gym for free play time. Parents must remain in attendance the whole time. This program is parent-supervised. We will set up obstacle courses, the bounce house, bowling, basketball, soccer, hockey, crafts, and more! Ages: 1-6 (children under 1 are free) Day: Wednesday Dates: October 4-April 11 (No March 7) Time: 10:30-11:45am Cost: $5 member/$6 non-member (per child) Location: CRCC Gymnasium
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Youth Programs Fall 2017 Youth Flag Football
Are you ready for some football?!?! Join us for some introductory ﬂag football fun. Practice passing, catching, punting, and kicking. Learn the basic rules of ﬂag football and participate in organized scrimmages. Ages: 1st and 2nd Grade; 3rd and 4th Grade Days: Tuesday/Thursday Dates: September 12-October 5 Time: 3:30pm-4:30pm (1st/2nd); 4:30-5:30pm (3rd/4th) Cost: $45 Location: Sopris Park Min/Max: 10/15
Join instructor Chris Johnson at the Carbondale Skate Park. Please see deﬁnitions to ﬁnd the correct class. Must have own skateboard. Helmets Requiured. All other safety gear highly recommended. Ages: 5 years and up Day: Thursday (Coed) Dates: Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28 Times: 4:30-5:30pm (Beg); 5:30-6:30pm (Int/Adv) Cost: $65 (per session) Location: Carbondale Skate Park Min/Max: 4/12 Registration Deadline: Monday prior to start of session
Pass, Set, Hit! Join us for an introductory volleyball program. We will do skill-building drills and games. For the ﬁrst-time or intermediate player. Ages: 8-12 years Days: Monday/Wednesday Dates: October 9-November 1 Time: 3:45-4:30pm Cost: $45 Location: CRCC Gymnasium Registration Deadline: Monday, October 2 Min/Max: 8/12
(Scholarships are available for these programs)
Easy Online Registration. Go to our website
Early Release Wednesday Fall/Winter 2017 / 18 Dodgeball Derivatives
Keep your kids active after school by joining Dodgeball Derivatives. We will explore many different ways to play the game of Dodgeball. Have your kids played Artillery, Shipwreck, Mineﬁeld or Last One Standing? Ages: 8-11 years Day: Fridays Time: 3:30-4:30pm Dates: December 1, 8, 15 Cost: $30 Location: CRCC Gymnasium Min/Max: 8/20 Reg. Deadline: Friday, November 24
Early Release Wednesday Open Gym
One half of the basketball gymnasium will be available for Open Gym activities on Early Release Wednesdays. Sport options will include basketball, volleyball, and indoor soccer. Ages: 7 years and up Day: Wednesdays during the RFSD school year Time: 2:00-4:00pm Cost: Swipe of membership card or our special Wednesday Early Release youth daily drop-in rate of $3.00
Early Release Facilitated Climbing
The climbing wall will be staffed during this time to allow access to our climbing equipment and for previously belay certiﬁed climbers to get some youth speciﬁc climbing time. Must be 11 years old or older to receive this certiﬁcation. For youth 11 years and older that have not been certiﬁed yet, our climbing wall instructor will be available during this time to teach you what you need to know to pass the belay certiﬁcation test. Ages: 11 years and up Day: Wednesdays during the RFSD school year Time: 2:00-4:00pm Cost: Swipe of membership card or our special Wednesday Early Release youth daily drop-in rate of $3.00
Easy Online Registration. Go to our website
Youth Basketball Fall/Winter 2017 / 18 Dinky Dunkers
This is an introductory recreational basketball program for 1st and 2nd grade girls and boys. Participants will learn the fundamentals of passing, dribbling, and shooting, as well as the rules of the game in a fun active environment. Ages: 1st and 2nd grade Days: Monday/Wednesday (Girls), Tuesday/Thursday (Boys) Dates: November 6-December 7 (We will NOT meet the week of Thanksgiving) Time: 3:45-4:30pm Cost: $45 Location: Carbondale Recreation Center Min/Max: 8/12 (per session) Reg. Deadline: Wed, Nov 1
Youth Basketball League
Basketball season is coming! Our leagues are designed to develop young boys and girls into fundamentally sound basketball players by teaching them basketball speciﬁc skills, teamwork, camaraderie, a strong work ethic, and more. We offer separate male and female leagues for both 3rd/4th graders & 5th/6th graders. Teams will practice once or twice each week with one or two games per week as well (practices and games are an hour each). The season will culminate with a tournament. All particiare ches inr Coa gram. If RCC e pants will receive a jersey. Teams are ﬁrst come, ﬁrst serve. e t n o C u r l e o p V his t th for t Jason a thraen@ d Volunteer coaches needed! Contact Jason at 970.510.1279 or e d t j nee ontac ail him at ted c t m firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. teres 79 or e- daleco.ne on b r 10-12 a 5 c Ages: 3rd/4th Grade; 5th/6th Grade Dates: December 11-March 9 Days: Game & Practice Schedules will vary (Monday-Thursday) Times: Game & Practice Schedules will vary (4:00-7:00pm) Cost: $80/child Min/Max Players per Team: 8/10 **Once we get 10 players, one team will be full. Then, we will start ﬁlling an additional team. If there is not a minimum of 8 players signed up on the additional team, then those participants will not be able to play. Registration Deadline: Friday, November 24 ***Please note player requests during registration (day/time, coach, teammates). We cannot accommodate all requests but we will do our best.
(Scholarships are available for these programs)
Easy Online Registration. Go to our website
Adult Leagues & Drop-in Sports Fall/ Winter 2017/18 Fall Adult COED Volleyball League
Bump, set, and spike your way into our 4 on 4 Fall Volleyball League! This league is fast-paced and action-packed, offering nothing but a great time to those involved. The league will consist of regular season play, followed by a single-elimination or double-elimination tournament (depending on how many teams register) to determine the league champion. The league is self-ofﬁciated with teams making their own calls. Days: Mondays Ages: 18+ Dates: September 25-December 11 Cost: $200/team Times: 7:00-10:00pm Min/Max: 8/12 Registration Deadline: Monday, September 18 For more league information about standings, teams, game times, and tournament schedule please visit: www.quickscores.com/carbondalerec
Winter Adult Pickleball League Returning for 2018 will be our Winter Adult Pickleball League! Starting on Sunday, Feb. 18th, we will compete for 8 weeks from 5-8pm. Each week you will have the opportunity to play 5 doubles matches to 11. While you may be playing doubles, your point total will be recorded as an individual. At the end of the season, the male and female with the highest point totals will be our champions and take home our coveted “Golden Paddle” trophies! To encourage fair play, you can only partner with another individual once per evening. That means each night you will have 5 different partners. This will be a great way to meet others in the Pickleball community and help grow the sport! *PLAYERS MUST COMPETE AT LEAST 4 WEEKS, PLAYERS CANNOT USE SUBS FOR MORE THAN 4 WEEKS.* Days: Sundays Dates: February 18-April 15 (Will not meet April 1) Times: 5:00-8:00pm Ages: 18+ Cost: $35/person Min/Max: 16/24
Senior Programs Fall/ Winter 2017 McClure Pass Colors and Ochard/ Vineyard Tour of Paonia
Join us for a trip over McClure Pass. We will take in the fall colors in all their glory and then continue on to Paonia to have lunch and check out some orchards and vineyards. Bring money for lunch and goodies! Day: Friday Date: September 29 Time: 9am-5pm Cost: $10 Location: The van will depart from/return to the Carbondale Rec Center and Carbondale Senior Housing Commons IV Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: One week prior The Grand Avenue Bridge Closure is creating challenges for us to offer our usual Fall/Winter trips! We’ll be looking to add more trips the last 3 months of 2017 once the effects of the bridge closure are better understood. Look for ﬂyers and continue to check our website at www.carbondalerec.com/programs/senior-programs for additional trips!Have a great idea for a new senior trip!? LET US KNOW! We are always looking to add new trips. Send your ideas to Jason at email@example.com, or call 970-510-1279.
What is the SilverSneakers® Fitness Program?
The SilverSneakers Fitness Program offers a unique blend of physical activity, healthy living, and socially oriented programming to enable older adults to take greater control of their health. It is available at no additional cost to individuals who belong to participating Insurance Plans. Stop by or call us to see if you qualify: 970-510-1290.
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength and range of movement for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance; and a chair is used for seated and standing support. This class is designed with an additional 15 minutes of cardio at the beginning of class and offers modiﬁcations for all participants. Day: Monday, Wednesday & Friday Time: 9:15 am-10:30 am (year round/ongoing) 17
Special Events 2017
Carbondale Pickleball Tournament
When: Saturday & Sunday, September 9 & 10 9 am- 5 pm Who: Three divisions (3.0 & below) (3.5) ( 4.0 & above) What: $35 entry fee per player (can play in both doubles and mixed) 2nd division requires an additional $10 Where:Darien Pickleball Courts (Meadowood Drive) Sat-Menâ€™s & Womenâ€™s Doubles Sun- Mixed Doubles
How: Register online at www.carbondalerec.com
or call 970-510-1290 by Wednesday Sept. 6th @ 5 pm Part of the Western Slope Pickleball Tournament Series
5th Annual Oktoberfest Cornhole Tournament Date: September 23, 2017 Time: 1:00pm Location: 4th street and Main Downtown Carbondale Entry fees: Registration fee is total cost for team 30 Team Double Elimination Tournament $20 Early Bird Registration (ends 9-15) $25 Late Registration Fee (ends 9-21) 3 ways to register: 1 .www.carbondalerec.com 2. Call: 970-510-1290 3. At the Recreation Center Tournament Contact: Jason Thraen firstname.lastname@example.org 19
North Face Bike Park Programming
Learn to take full advantage of the North Face Bike Park! Work with Coaches John Hartmann, Brian Buell and others to improve your performance on the bike. Classes will focus on basic skills as well as pumping, jumping and cornering techniques. Open for all levels of riders. Mountain or BMX bikes and helmets are required, and other safety gear is highly recommended. Bikes must be in good working condition and must have functioning brakes. Days: Wednesday Time: 5-6pm Dates: September 6, 13, 20, 27 Ages: 6-12 years Cost: $60 per session Location: North Face Bike Park Min/Max: 5/10 per session
We provide access to our gymnasium for volleyball, basketball, soccer and pickleball. Fee is daily drop-in rate in accordance to where you live or a swipe of your membership card. These are non-refereed, pick-up game options. Sportsmanslike conduct is expected at all times. For safety reasons children are not allowed in the gym during adult drop-in play. Children under the age of 11 are not allowed anywhere else in the facility unsupervised.
Adult Open Gym Volleyball
Monday nights 7-9pm (The exception to this is when the volleyball league is running. See league info on page 17)
Adult Open Gym Basketball Wednesday nights 7-9pm
Adult Open Gym Soccer (Labor Day to Memorial Day) Friday nights 7-9pm
Adult Open Gym Pickleball (October-May)
Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30-3:30pm and Saturdays 8am to 11am 20
Holiday Programs 2017 Turkey Trot
Looking to make room for the turkey and stufﬁng? Join Carbondale Recreation and Aloha Mountain Cyclery Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, November 23 for not 1, but 2 action-packed races! First, join Carbondale Recreation for a Turkey Trot 5K run! Then, Aloha Mountain Cyclery will be hosting their annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Cross Bike Race on the same course at the Roaring Fork High School grounds. For more information on the bike race, contact their bike shop at 970.963.2500. Costumes always encouraged. Prizes for some. Fun for all! Discounts available for multiple race entries! Date: Thursday, November 23 Time: 8am Cost: $25/race; $20/race with canned good donation; $10 for each additional race Location: Roaring Fork High School
Letters to Santa
Ho Ho Ho! If you have been a good little boy or girl, let Santa know what you would like for Christmas. Write a letter or draw a picture and address it to Santa at the North Pole. Drop it off at Santa’s mailbox at the Carbondale Recreation and Community Center from December 1 – December 15. The letters will then be delivered to Santa at the North Pole. Make sure to sign your name and address so Santa can write back!
Light Up Carbondale The Town of Carbondale Recreation Department along with Carbondale Arts invites everyone to light up Carbondale and welcome Santa. The lights on all of the trees lining Main Street will come on when Santa reaches the 4th Street Plaza. There will be carolers, and free hot chocolate and cookies to keep you warm. Date: Friday, December 1 Time: 5:00-8:00pm Cost: FREE Location: The Launchpad, 4th Street Plaza, and Main Street 21
Ice Rink Information 4th St. Plaza Park Rink
A downtown ice rink will again be available for family skating this winter at the corner of 4th Street and Main Street in downtown Carbondale. This rink will be open from 12 noon to 9pm daily, ice permitting. The season will be short so make sure you don’t miss it! Go to our website or facebook page for updated ice information. FYI-No stick sports are allowed on this sheet of ice. Hockey and Broomball must take place at the Gus Darien Ice Rink. There is a selection of ice skates for rent for $3/day or $10/for 3 days at the CRCC at 567 Colorado Avenue for rentals.
Family Skate Event
Community Skate Party Come on down to the 4th Street Plaza Ice Rink on January’s First Friday for a free Community Party. We will have a ﬁre pit, roast hot dogs and marshmallows, and drink hot chocolate. Ice skate rentals will be available at the Rec Center until 9 pm. Day: Friday Date: January 5 Time: 5:30-8pm Cost: FREE Location: 4th Street Plaza Ice Rink
Gus Darien Ice Rink
We will be operating the large ice rink located on County Road 100, the home of the summer rodeo. Ice skate rentals are available to rent at the CRCC in downtown Carbondale. We have ﬂood lights to illuminate the ice until 9 pm. The ice rink is reserved Wednesday and Friday nights from 6:00-10:00 pm for the Carbondale Broomball League and reserved 4:00-7:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays during January and February for Youth Hockey classes.
Ice Rink Rentals
The Gus Darien Ice Rink is available for private rentals—schedule a birthday party, holiday party, or just hockey time. Please call 510-1279 for more information, including available times, dates, rates.
Pick up Hockey
Pick up hockey is allowed at the Gus Darien Rink on a ﬁrst come ﬁrst serve basis unless there is a Town Recreation Program scheduled. Please respect other skaters and adjust the goal setup to accommodate other rink users. Pick up hockey is not allowed to supersede other uses except during the following times: Tuesday, Thursday, & Sunday 7:30-9:00pm. 22
Gus Darien Ice Rink Programs (cont.) Introduction to Ice Hockey
This is an introductory program for ice hockey for boys and girls. These lessons are for those who have some skating skills with little or no hockey skills. Participants will develop their skills and learn the basics of the game in a recreational environment. Hockey helmets with full face mask and an appropriately-sized hockey stick are required for all participants. Shin pads, elbow pads, and hockey gloves are recommended. **Coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, call 970.510.1279. Days: Tues & Thurs Dates: January 2-February 1***ice permitting Cost: $50 Min/Max: 8/15 (per session) Ages: 6-9 years Time: 4:00pm-5:00pm; 5-5:30pm open scrimmage Ages: 10-14 years Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm Registration deadline: Friday, December 29
Carbondale Broomball League
The Recreation Department will continue its very popular adult broomball league for ages 18 and up. Broomball sticks are provided. Come have a laugh, get a good workout, or sit by the ďŹ re and cheer on the teams. Helmets are REQUIRED & HEAVILY ENFORCED. People not wearing helmets will not be allowed to play. Kneepads, elbow pads, and/or wrist-guards are highly recommended, as are helmets with full face masks. Dates: January 3-February 2 (Wednesday and Friday Nights) Time: 6:00pm-10:00pm Location: Gus Darien Ice Arena Cost: $200/team Min/Max: 6/8 Registration Deadline: Friday, December 22 For more league information about standings, teams, game times, and tournament schedule please visit: http://www.quickscores.com/carbondalerec
General Information Recreation Department
Phone Numbers & Contact Information
Parks & Recreation Director Eric Brendlinger 510-1277 W / 319-2494 cell email@example.com Recreation Center & Recreation Programs Manager Jessi Rochel 510-1278 W / 274-2821 cell firstname.lastname@example.org Recreation Coordinator Facility & Special Events Jamie Wall 510-1214 W / (608) 385-9252 cell email@example.com Recreation Coordinator Athletics Youth & Adults Jason Thraen 510-1279 W / (712) 216-0967 jthraen@carbondaleconet Recreation Coordinator Aquatics & Health /Wellness Margaret Donnelly 510-1280 W / (503) 415-9514 cell firstname.lastname@example.org Recreation Facilities Field Maintenance Steve Groom 379-9978 cell email@example.com
Parks & Recreation Commission The Town of Carbondale Recreation Department is pleased to present the 2017 Fall Recreation Brochure. It is our goal to continue to provide and improve recreation programs in our town. We hope you will be an active participant in the many opportunities the town has to offer. Remember . . . the beneﬁts of Parks & Recreation are endless. Parks & Recreation Commission Becky Moller: Chair Tracy Wilson: Vice Chair Todd Chamberlin Hollis Kerler Kathleen Wanatowicz Ashley Allis Lana Trettin Camy Britt Amigos y Amigas Latinos si no lees ingles, llama a Eric al 510-1277 puede explicar todos los programas en este libro y como registrarse. Gracias. Check us out on social media! Search “Carbondale Recreation” Like us on Facebook Follow us on twitter at http:/twitter. com/CarbondaleRec See our pictures on Instagram