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SUMMER 2017

Carbondale Parks & Recreation Department

www.carbondalerec.com

Easy Online Registration at our website: 970-510-1290 567 Colorado Ave Carbondale, CO 81623


Table of Contents General Info ..................................... Pg 3 Director’s & Manager’s Messages.... Pg 4-5 Hours of Operation.......................... Pg 6 Admissions ...................................... Pg 7 Fitness information........................... Pg 8-9 Specialty Classes .............................. Pg 10 Wellness Programs NEW!................. Pg 11 Climbing Wall Information................ Pg 12-14 Pool Programs ................................... Pg 15-22 Pre-school Programs ..........................Pg 23 Youth Tennis ............. ....................... Pg 24 Garden Camp & Master Garden Class Pg 25 T-ball,V-ball, B-ball, Football Camps.Pg 26 Friday Field Trips................................ Pg 27 Sk8 Board Programs .......................... Pg 28-29 Trails & Tents ..................................... Pg 30 North Face Bike Park ..........................Pg 31 Family Events ..................................... Pg 32 Adult Leagues ......................................Pg 33 Pickleball Tournam............................... Pg 34 Senior Programs....................................Pg 35 Summer Event Schedule ....... .............. Pg 36 Comm. Prog. & Events......................... Pg 37-39 For online registration go to our website :

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General Information Recreation Department

Parks & Recreation Commission

Phone Numbers & Contact Information

The Town of Carbondale Recreation Department is pleased to present the 2017 Summer 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 beneďŹ ts of Parks & Recreation are endless.

Parks & Recreation Director Eric Brendlinger 510-1277 W / 319-2494 cell ebrendlinger@carbondaleco.net Recreation Center Manager Jessi Rochel 510-1278 W / 274-2821 cell jrochel@carbondaleco.net

Parks & Recreation Commission Becky Moller: Chair Tracy Wilson: Vice Chair Rob Comey Todd Chamberlin Hollis Kerler Kathleen Wanatowicz Ashley Allis Lana Trettin Camy Britt

Recreation Coordinator Facility & Special Events TBD Recreation Coordinator Athletics & Special Events Jason Thraen 510-1279 W / (712) 216-0967 jthraen@carbondaleconet Recreation Coordinator Aquatics & Health /Wellness Margaret Donnelly 510-1280 W / (503) 415-9514 cell mdonnelly@carbondaleco.net

Online Registration. Go to our website www.carbondalerec.com

Recreation Facilities Field Maintenance Steve Groom 379-9978 cell sgroom@carbondaleco.net

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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.

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Dear Carbondale Citizens,

Director’s Message

I am happy to report that I am happy. I am happy to be working for the citizens of Carbondale It is an awesome task to provide a mulitude of Parks and Recreation opportunities to you. I am happy we have a population that is passionate about all forms of recreation that truly know how to enjoy our parks, trails, and open spaces. All it takes is one nice day in the spring and everyone appears with big sun-soaked smiles to fill our parks and trails. People of Carbondale, congratulations! You made it through another winter. Now check out the abundance of upcoming summer recreational offerings detailed in this program brochure. There is a saying in our industry that the benefits of Parks & Recreation are endless. But, in my new role as the Parks & Recreation Director, I wish to debunk that notion. The benefits of Parks & Recreation are dependent on efforts that are endless. I am now behind the scenes and realize that the inner workings of a small municipality are anything but small. Did you know that we have 34 dog pots and 110 trash & recycle bins in our parks? These all need to be emptied three times a week, so that is a total of 432 individual stops necessary per week. Did you know that our Parks Department aerates, fertilizes, and re-seeds 25 parks and over 100 acres of park land every spring? (And that is just to get the grass to grow!) They then have to retrace their steps every day of the week to mow the grass they just helped to sprout. The Parks Department cleans 10 bathrooms a week, weeds the bike park and the Gateway RV Park, paints over graffiti at the skate park, and cleans up trash and dog feces that somehow do not make it into one of the aformentioned hundred plus trash cans. They are daunting tasks and I questioned why so much effort, staff time, and budget goes into our Parks & Recreation offerings. I had to go back to our mission statement for the answer: Town of Carbondale Recreation & Community Center Mission Statement The Town of Carbondale Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to providing and maintaining parks, trails, and recreational amenities. Through innovation and community cooperation, we will develop leisure services, programs, and facilities that improve the quality of life for all citizens, and benefit the economic vitality of our community. I get it. We are dedicated to providing something that improves every person’s quality of life. Parks, Trails and Recreational amenities are the great equalizer, available to all. The 16 acres of parkland per 1000 citizens that we have here in Carbondale should make us proud. The recreation amenites we maintain for you to use free of charge (think tennis courts, skatepark, soccer fields, bike park, frisbee golf course, horseshoe pits, volleyball and basketball courts, ice rinks and playgrounds) are all part of our mission to ensure that your benefits are endless. You are a part of the mission, too, and your “community cooperation” is needed to help us take care of what we have. With your help and our dedication, the benefits of Parks & Recreation will continue to be endless. See you in the park. Eric Brendlinger Parks & Recreation Director


Manager’s Message To my Carbondale Community, As I ponder what to compose for my first Carbondale Recreation Manager’s Message, I suddenly feel like I am back in school working on an essay entitled, “What Recreation Means to Me.” But how do I distill years of personal and professional recreating into a few paragraphs and adequately express my passion for it? After all, it is because of what recreation means to me that I am where I am. My recreational roots run deep, especially when in specific reference to Carbondale Recreation. I went from participating in swimming lessons at the Carbondale Pool as a kid, to instructing kids swimming lessons as an adult. I went from playing in summer softball, to supervising all of our softball players. I have gone from working as an employee at the Carbondale Recreation and Community Center’s front desk, to supervising the front desk, to managing the entire facility. Along the way, recreation has increasingly meant more and more to me. It means a lifestyle. It means a career. It means a whole way of living in and interacting with this community. I want it to mean something to you, too. Whether you prefer to recreate indoors or out, we can help. Did you know that we oversee youth and adult programs at more than 12 different recreation venues in Carbondale? Did you know that Carbondale is home to 25 different parks? (You might know this after reading Eric’s letter on the previous page-great minds write alike!) Did you know that your local Recreation Center is open over 90 hours every week, and 359 days a year? That’s 32,310 hours available for your indoor recreational needs! The Carbondale Parks and Recreation Department loves recreation and we want you to love it, too. That is why you will see 30-50 (or more!) different programs in each of the three brochures we produce annually. No matter who you are or what your passion is, we aspire to offer something for you. But in case we are missing anything, we invite you to tell us. What does recreation mean to you? Do you have a specific program, class, or event you would love to see happen? Tell us about it! You can call, email, Facebook, twitter, or text us! Better yet walk, run, jog, hop, skip, bike, scooter, or skateboard yourself over to the Carbondale Recreation and Community Center and meet with us in person. Let’s create something together. And then let’s recreate together. Recreation is a way of life. A really, really great way. So come recreate with us and let’s see what we can make recreation mean together. Respectfully, Jessi Rochel Community Center and Recreation Programs Manager


Hours of Operation

Carbondale Recreation & Community Center 567 Colorado Avenue Carbondale, CO 81623 970-510-1290 www.carbondalerec.com

General CRCC Facility Hours

Seasonal Summer Hours (Memorial Day weekend-Labor Day weekend) Monday through Thursday 6 am - 9 pm Friday 6 am - 7 pm Saturday 9 am - 2 pm Sunday 10 am - 4 pm Full Facility Closures Memorial Day • July 4 • Labor Day

John M. Fleet Pool Hours

May 27th -August 13th Recreational Pool: Monday & Wednesday 6:30am-7pm Tuesday & Thursday 9am-7pm Friday 6:30am-5pm Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm Wading Pool: Daily from 10am-5pm (closed Thursdays at 1pm for scheduled cleaning) August 14th- September 4th Recreation Pool: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday 7am-10am & 12pm-4pm Tuesday & Thursday 8am-10am & 12pm-4pm Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm Wading Pool: Closed for the season *Open hours do not always mean open swim. Please see pages 8-9 for full pool schedule. Hours subject to change due to lifeguard availability, weather, or scheduled events.

Summer Climbing Wall Hours

Open during operational hours for certified climbers with their own equipment. “Facilitated Climbing” Staffed Wall Sessions and Certifications during the summer months are every other Wednesday from 6:30-8:30pm. Please call to verify. For online registration go to our website :

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Carbondale Recreation & Community Center & James M. Fleet Pool Daily Admissions RD = Resident Discount (Resident must live/own a business within 81623 zip code) 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, climbing wall, and indicated fitness classes. Resident Discount Children under 3 Free Youth (3-17 years) / Seniors (62+ years) $5 RD Adult (18 +) $7 RD 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

Guest Free $7 G $10 G

Membership Fees 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

Annual $209 RD / $264 G $345 RD / $438 G $493 RD / $631 G $369 RD / $475 G

*Family = Must have 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)

Resident Discount Guest Youth (3-17 years) / Seniors (62 +years) $85 RD $120 G Adult (18 +) $119 RD $170 G Seniors (62 years +) $85 RD $120 G Punch passes expire in three years and multiple punches can be used daily to bring in guests. Punch passes are scanned once per person, per visit, per amenity. Punch Passes can be used at the CRCC and the Pool.

James M. Fleet Pool 2017 Pool Fees

Pool Pass Add-Ons to CRCC Memberships: For an additional fee to your annual, six month, or three month (summer) CRCC pass you can add on a pool pass that is discounted 20%. Youth / Senior add $79 (you save $20) Adult add $135 (you save $30) Family add $225 (you save $50)

2017 Pool Only Summer Pass 81623

Non-81623 $119 $198 $333 Non-81623 $7 $10

Youth (3-17) / Seniors (62+) Adult (18+) Family

$99 $165 $275 Pool Daily Admission 81623 Youth (3-17) / Seniors (62+) $5 Adult (18+) $7 Children under 3 are free with paying adult For online registration go to our website :

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Summer Fitness Class Schedule (April to August 2017) Classes listed in black are included with cost of membership or daily drop in fee. Monday Yin Yoga 7:30am-8:30am West Gym (Joanne)

Tuesday Summit AMPED 6:00am-6:45am Gym (Jonelle)

Wednesday Hatha Yoga 7:30am-8:30am Activity Room (Joanne)

Thursday Summit AMPED 6:00am-6:45am Gym (Jonelle)

Friday Hatha Yoga 8am-9am West Gym (Joanne)

Silver Sneakers Classicˇ 9:15am-10:30am Gym (Laurie) Happy Hour Strength and Conditioning 12pm-1pm Gym (Judy) Interval Training 5:30pm-6pm West Gym 30 min class (Audrey)

Yoga en Espanol 6:45am-7:45 am Activity Room (Sarah)

Silver Sneakers Classic ˇ 9:15am-10:30am Gym (Margaret) Happy Hour Strength and Conditioning 12pm-1pm Gym (Judy) Interval Training 5:30pm-6pm West Gym 30 min class (Audrey)

Yoga en Espanol 6:45am-7:45am Activity Room (Sarah) April May only Core Cardio 8:30am-9:30am West Gym (Kerri)

Silver Sneakers Classic ˇ 9:15am-10:30am Gym (Sharon) Tai Chi 11am-12pm Gym (John)

Core Cardio 8:30am-9:30am West Gym (Kerri) Chair Yoga 10am-11am West Gym (Fran) Summit Conditioning 12pm-1pm Gym (Jonelle) Hatha Yoga 5:45pm-6:45pm Activity Room (Joanne) Sahn TaeKwonDo 6:30-8:00 pm Gym (Cedar & Richard)

Chair Yoga 10am-11am West Gym (Fran) Summit Conditioning 12pm-1pm Gym (Jonelle) Hatha Yoga 5pm-6pm Activity Room (Sana) Sahn TaeKwonDo 6:30-8:00 pm Gym (Cedar & Richard)

Sahn TaeKwonDo: Ongoing year round $90/month, $73/ month (2nd family member), $53/  month (3rd family member). Pre-pay for six months and receive a discount. Registration is  required for this class and can be done online at Carbondalerec.com or via the Front Desk at  (970) 510-1290.

We reserve the right to add or drop classes throughout the winter and spring schedule. To verify the continuation of a class, find class descriptions, and learn more about our instructors please visit our website www.carbondalerec.com under the CRCC Programs heading. Classes must average a minimum of 5 participants per class per month, so bring a friend.


Personal Training Options and Fees 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 Packages

Private Personal Training

Buddy Training (2 people)

Buddy Training (3 People)

3 sessions 5 sessions 10 sessions 20 sessions

$165 $250 $450 $800

$195 $300 $550 $1,000

$225 $350 $650 $1,200

*All members are entitled to one complimentary fitness orientation a year. This orientation will be with a certified personal trainer to review recreation center policies and offer an overview of how to use the gym equipment including: cardio equipment, weight machines, cable machine and squat racks. Audrey Burgio 720-496-5423 audreyburgio@gmail.com ISSA, CrossFit, USAKL & Sport Level 2 Kettlebell Cerrtified Instructor

Judy Haynes 970-618-1066 judyjhaynes@gmail.com NASM Personal Trainer Certified Functional Manual Soft Tissue & Chain Reaction Trainer Sarah MacGregor 719-360-4789 sarahmacgregor@yahoo.com AMGA Certified Rock Climbing Instructor & Yoga Instructor Se Habla Espanol


Specialty Classes SAHN Taekwondo (For Ages 6 to 100)

Students learn the popular martial art of Taekwondo, while improving balance, strength, coordination and flexibility. Classes are designed to meet the needs of all abilities & levels, from a family activity to competition training. Taekwondo abides by the tenets: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control and Indomitable Spirit. Sahn Taekwondo classes are taught by Nationally and Internationally certified instructors: Ms. Cedar Rose Guelberth, 3rd Dan, & Grand Master Richard Hodder, 9th Dan. Age: 6 & Up Day: Tuesdays & Thursdays Date: Ongoing Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Location: CRCC Gymnasium Cost: $90/Month (1st Member of family) $73/Month (2nd Member of family) $53/Month (3 or more Members in a family) One time fee for uniform is $55. Six month pre-registration discount available. Call the front desk @ CRCC for details 510-1290. Private Martial Arts and Self Defense classes also available: call 970-948-8774.

Wellness Programs Food Safety Training for Colorado Cottage Food Producers This training covers specifics of the Colorado Cottage Food Act and how to safely operate a food business from a home kitchen. You will learn: • Basic food safety – including proper hygiene; preventing cross contamination and cross contact of food allergens; temperature control for safe food preparation, storage, transport and sales • Foods permissible in the Colorado’s Cottage Food Act Ne • Ingredient labeling and disclaimer requirements wP rog • Special considerations for food preparation at altitude ram s! • Completion of this training satisfies the State of Colorado’s food safety training for Cottage Food sellers. Day/Times: TBD – please check www.carbondalerec.com “Adult Programs” for updated information. Dates: Monday, June 12th from 6-9 pm in Town Hall Room 2 Cost: $25 Instructor: Carla Farrand, Family & Consumer Science Extension Agent

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Herb & Spa

Wellness Programs

Have you ever wondered how to make body sprays, lotions, or lip balms? Do you have a favorite flower or spice that you like the smell of? In this class you will learn how to make a carrier with a natural fragrance. You will also learn about growing herbs to use for creating the Spa experience at home. This class is geared to middle school ages 10-14 years. Day/Times: Mondays 3:30-5pm Dates: June 12th- July 31st (No class July 3rd) Cost: $60 for the series $10 per student drop in Class Size 4-10 students (class minimum must be met by 4pm on the Friday prior to class starting or it will be cancelled) Instructor: Meaghan Owens *Ask about scholarships for low income students!

Herbs & Edible Flowers

What combination of herbs do you need to make fresh pesto? How can you grow herbs and preserve them to use throughout the winter? Which flowers are edible and can be added to your favorite summer salad? Date: Monday, June 26th Time: 6-9pm Cost: $10 Instructor: Deb Martin, CMG & MFSA Patti Crockett, CMG

Milling Grains & Making Tortillas

In this class, you will learn how to mill flours from different grains. We will then jump into making our own tortillas from scratch from both corn and wheat flour. Date: Monday, July 31st Time: 6-9pm Cost: $10 Instructors: Deb Martin, CMG & MFSA Luz Valencia, MFSA

All Things Squash & Dehydration

Squash are an easy to grow versatile food found in most gardens. Get an update on methods of preserving squash and discover some unique uses for them. Besides the basics of breads, learn how to dry them for chips or make some wonderful pickles. Date: Monday, August 28th Time: 6-9pm Cost: $10 Instructors: Carla Farrand, County Director, Family and Consumer Science Agent Deb Martin, CMG & MFSA


Climbing Program Facilitated Climbing Staffed Wall Sessions for Summer 6:30-8:30pm Every Other Wednesday

All climbers must 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. An emphasis is placed on the skills needed to climb and belay in our indoor environment without supervision and completely self-sufficient. Climbing Wall Certifications are available for climbers 11 and up to access the wall any time for Bouldering, Auto Belay, and Top Rope. (Climbers 12 and up interested in learning to lead belay, please see clinic info below.) Please note this is the only time our equipment is available for use; outside of staffed times you must bring your own harness and belay devices. Additionally, our climbing wall instructor is available for private lessons. E-mail Sarah Macgregor at sarahkmacgregor@yahoo.com. Certification levels • Level One is the validation for using the climbing wall for bouldering, auto-belay and top rope belaying. • Level Two is a specialized certification to access our lead routes.

“Learn to Lead” Clinics This three hour clinic is an on-going offering that will provide information on how to Lead Climb, as well as Lead Belay techniques. Lead Certification for climbing and belaying will be dependent on the successful demonstration of these skills to the climbing wall instructor. (Sign up sheet is at the front desk; minimum 4 people to schedule a clinic) Ages: 12 and up Cost: $35 Min/Max: 4-6 participants Private Lessons Have you reached a plateau? Feel like you’re not advancing? Are you frustrated with your efforts? Wanting to learn something specific about climbing, gear or movement? Private lessons will provide the direction, structure, and content to refine your skills. Improve your climbing skills by reserving time for a private lesson. Semi-privates also available. Lessons are by appointment only, and can be made through the front desk with Sarah MacGregor. Lessons are 1 hour. Private Lessons 1 Private Lesson $60 3 Private Lessons $165 5 Private Lessons $250

Semi-Private Lesson 1 Semi-Private Lesson $60 (2 people) 1 Semi-Private Lesson $75 (3-4 people)

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Climbing Program 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 autobelay use. The best part about this class is they’ll be certified through our facility and can bring you climbing whenever you want! We’re offering two opportunities for you to get your parents hooked on climbing. Parent/guardian must sign Climbing Wall Waiver. Ages: 4-6 years Min/Max: 5 pairs Day: Thursdays Time: 1:30-3:00pm Cost: $35/session Session 1: June 8 & 22 (Reg Deadline June 1) Session 2: July 6 & 13 (Reg Deadline June 29) Youth Climbing Class This is a great introductory class for your aspiring climber. Our instructor will cover aspects of safety while providing a fun environment with games and group challenges. The class progresses sequentially and accommodates both beginners and the veteran climber. We are offering two sessions for this course, so come give your kiddo a taste at a lifelong sport and climb on! Parent/guardian must sign Climbing Wall Waiver. Ages: 7-12 years Min/Max: 5-8 Day: Thursdays Time: 3:45-5pm Cost: $60/session Session 1: June 8, 15, 22, 29 (Reg Deadline June 1) Session 2: July 6, 13, 20, 27 (Reg Deadline June 29) Session 3: August 3, 10, 17, 24 (Reg Deadline July 25) Climbing Club Have your kids participated in any of our winter or spring classes and want to continue climbing through the summer? Our instructor will equip your climber with new techniques while they learn the importance of fitness, working as a team and, most importantly, having some active and productive fun by climbing our wall. Prerequisite is previous participation in one of our climbing classes or instructor permission. Parent/guardian must sign Climbing Wall Waiver. Ages: 7-14 years Min/Max: 5-10 Day: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month Time: 3:30-5:00pm Cost: $30/session Session 1: June 7 & 21 (Reg Deadline May 31) Session 2: July 5 & 19 (Reg Deadline June 28) Session 3: Aug 2 & 16 (Reg Deadline July 26) For online registration go to our website :

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Youth Climbing Camps

Rock Warriors Camp An intensive day camp will get your climber ready to head outdoors with our Rock Warriors. Participants will spend two days indoors to give them the necessary skills to effectively top rope on some real rock. The camp culminates on the third day with a trip to the great outdoors with Colorado Mountain College’s AMGA Rock Climbing Guides. Please see Rock Warriors Wednesdays (below) for more information about this outing. Parent must sign CRCC Climbing Wall Waiver AND CMC Climbing Waiver. Ages: 9 years and up Min/Max: 5-10 Day: Monday-Wednesday Time: 1:30-3:30pm (Mon and Tues) Cost: $85 7:30am-3:00pm (Wed) Session 1: June 19, 20, 21 Registration Deadline June 12 Session 2: July 17, 18, 19 Registration Deadline July 10 Session 3: Aug 14, 15, 16 Registration Deadline Aug 7 Rock Warriors Wednesdays Take your indoor skills onto the real rock. Colorado Mountain College’s AMGA guides will be leading some real rock adventures to the world famous Rifle Mtn. Park. Pre-requisite for this trip is participation in one of the Carbondale Recreation Center’s advanced climbing classes, instructor permission or participation in our Rock Warriors Camp. These three days will provide a great culmination to our Rock Warriors Camp or as a stand alone guided rock climbing experience. You can sign up for all three or just one, but hurry because space is limited. Parent must sign CRCC Climbing Wall Waiver AND CMC Climbing Waiver. Ages: 9 years and up Min/Max: 6-12 Day: Wednesdays Time: 7:30am-4:00pm Cost: $100/day Session 1: June 21 Registration Deadline June 14 Session 2: July 19 Registration Deadline July 12 Session 3: Aug 16 Registration Deadline Aug 9

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Lap Pool Schedule, Weather Policy, and General Information May 27th – August 13th *Wading Pool will be open daily from 10am-5pm except Thursday at 1 pm for routine cleaning. 6:308am

8-9am

9-10am

Monday Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & Bonedale Swim Club (2 lanes from 7-8am) 2 Water Aerobics & 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes) 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

10am12pm

12-1pm

1-3pm 4-5pm 5-6pm 6-7pm

Tuesday

1

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4 Senior Splash & 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

5 Swim Lessons

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & School Swim Lessons

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5 Swim Lessons

Wednesday 1 Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & Bonedale Swim Club (2 lanes from 7-8am) 2 Water Aerobics & 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes) 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & School Swim Lessons Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

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4 Senior Splash & 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

Swim Lessons Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & School Swim Lessons

1

6

Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open 6 Open Swim 7 Family Sports Drop 3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes)

Pool Closed

5 Swim Lessons

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1

6

Thursday

Adult Swim Lessons (5:30-6:30) 3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes)

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & School Swim Lessons

1

Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

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Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open 6 Open Swim 7 Family Sports Drop in 3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes) 6

Friday Lap Swim (6 Lanes) & Bonedale Swim Club (2 lanes from 7-8am) 2 Water Aerobics & 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes) 4 Aqua Yoga & 3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes) 2 Parent Tot (11-11:30) ***Tri Training (11:30-12:30) 1 Tri Training (11:30-12:30) & Modified Lap Swim (4-6 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

Sat/Sun

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5 Adult Swim Lessons (5:306:30) 3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes)

Pool Closed

3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

Open Swim & 7 Family Sports Drop

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Pool Closed

Pool Closed

During Lap Swim (6 Lanes) the lap pool is designated for lap swim only. The stairwell during the noon hour will be used for swim lessons Monday-Thursday. Two lanes will be designated for tri-training on Fridays. 2 The lap pool is in use and closed to the general public during these class times. 3 The pool is modified to allow open swim (no diving board) and lap swimming. 4 Two lanes are open for lap swim, the rest of the pool is for class only. 5 The lap pool is in use and not open to the general public during scheduled swim lessons. Swim lessons will run from June 5 th29th and July 10th-Aug 3rd times outside of the dates the pool will be set up for open swim. 6 The diving board and the slide cannot be used at the same time and the pool well must be cleared of other people when in use. This time is also shared with day camp usage of the pool. 7 The middle section of the pool will be set up for families and unaccompanied children 11 and older to play pick up sports games. 1

August 14th – Sept 4th

*Wading Pool will be closed for the season

9-10am

3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

10am-12pm

Pool Closed

Tuesday Pool Closed 3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes) 4 Senior Splash & Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes) Pool Closed

12-1pm

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

7-8am 8-9am

1-4pm

Monday 1 Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 2 Water Aerobics

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Wednesday 1 Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 2 Water Aerobics &

Pool Closed

Thursday Pool Closed 3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes) 4 Senior Splash & Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes) Pool Closed

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

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Friday Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 2 Water Aerobics

Sat/Sun

3 Modified Lap Swim (2 Lanes)

Pool Closed

Pool Closed

3 Modified Lap Swim (3 Lanes)

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Lap Swim (6 Lanes) 6 Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open 1

Open Swim Diving Board/Slide Open

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Pool Information

General Rules & Policies • We reserve the right to close the pool at any time or add, cancel, or change any programs or classes on the pool schedule. For more info call the pool front desk (970) 510-1275. • The Town of Carbondale Pool is a smoke and tobacco free facility. • Alcoholic beverages, illegal narcotics, and legal marijuana are not permitted in the facility. • Appropriate action will be taken for those persons suspected of alcohol or substance use while in the facility. • Profane language will not be tolerated. • Bicycles are not permitted inside the pool area. • Swimming suits are required. Thongs are not allowed. • Infants and tots must wear swim diapers or cloth diapers with plastic pants when using the pool. No disposable diapers please. • Extended breath holding is prohibited. Severe Weather Policy Safety of patrons and staff is our first priority. The Aquatic Coordinator, Aquatic Assistant, or Head Lifeguard on duty reserve the right to close the pool if they feel there is a risk to their safety or the safety of patrons. Safety closures include but are not limited to: • Water rescues • Heavy rain • Inability to see the bottom of the pool • Clear indications of thunder and/or lightning (mandatory 30 min pool closure after last visible strike or audible thunder clap) The pool will be cleared until the water becomes safe to re-enter per the personnel listed above. For extended closures rain vouchers may be issued to patrons. Supervision • All children ages 5 and under, must be within one arm’s length of an adult (18+) the entire time they are in the water. • All children ages 6-10, must be accompanied by a caregiver, who can swim 20 feet unassisted and who is 11 years or older. • All children under 11 must complete a swim test prior to using the slide or diving board. (They must be able to swim across the pool without assistance or stopping to rest.) Party Rentals Wading Pool, Canopy, or Lap Pool Picnic Area are all available for private rentals. Rentals include: • 2 hours swim time plus 30 min set up and 30 min clean up time before and after the party • 10 youth admissions to the pool • 4 adult admissions • Age appropriate water toys Reservations can be made anything during open swim hours. Please contact Margaret Donnelly, Aquatics Coordinator, at mdonnelly@carbondaleco.net, or (970) 510-1280. $80 per party package. For online registration go to our website :

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Certifications & Trainings Lifeguarding Classes

American Red Cross Blended Learning Lifeguard Training The lifeguard training course provides participants with all the skills necessary to become a certified lifeguard for American Red Cross Facilities. Computer coursework required prior to the session. All training materials will be included with the course and participants must pass each section with a minimum of 80% or higher to become certified. Dates/Times: Friday May 12th 4-8pm (Swim Skills Pre-Test: must pass to take the course) Saturday/Sunday, May 13th-14th 8am-5pm Ages: 15 years by last day of class Total Course Length: 7.5 hours online learning prior to start of class + 19.5 hours class time Location: Carbondale Pool & Recreation Center Cost: $150/person + $35 to the American Red Cross Registration Deadline: Monday, May 8th

American Red Cross Swim Skills Pre-Test for Lifeguard Readiness •

The pre-test includes a 300 yard CONTINUOUS swim demonstrating breath

control and rhythmic breathing. (Candidates may swim using the front crawl/ freestyle, breastroke, or a combination of both but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used)

Candidates must be able to tread water for 2 minutes only using the legs. Candidates should place their hands under their armpits.

Finally the candidates will have a timed event. In 1 minute, 40 seconds (without goggles) the candidate must start in the water, swim 20 yards, surface dive (feetfirst or head-first) to a depth of 7-10 feet to retrieve a 10 pound object, return to the surface and swim 20 yards on their back to the starting point, and exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

**American Red Cross Blended Learning Lifeguard Recertification Training** (New Class)

The American Red Cross released new course work in 2017. Brush up on old skills, learn the new skills, and review your knowledge to pass the written exam to renew your certification. Dates/Times: Saturday May 12th – 8am-5pm Sunday May 13th – 8am-12pm Total Course Length: 13 hours Location: Carbondale Pool & Recreation Center Cost: $35/person + $35 to the American Red Cross Registration Deadline: Monday May 15th For online registration go to our website :

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Welcome to Swim Lessons University; a progressive swim lesson system designed to make children safer when in and around the water. Please note, in this program, children in Pre-School, Beginners, and Intermediate lessons may be asked to wear swim aids. This is not a life jacket. Many younger children do not have the physical stamina or muscle strength to keep their body in the correct position during lessons. The swim aid affords children the opportunity to keep their bodies in the correct swim position to learn the proper strokes. As they progress we can remove flotation pads.

Parent/Tot: 9-36 months

Helps develop swimming readiness by leading parents and their children in water exploration activities with the objective of having fun and becoming comfortable and safe in, on, and around water. Days: Fridays Dates: June 9th-August 4th (No class July 7th) Times: 11-11:30am Cost: $25 Parent/Tot Summer Pass or $5 drop in fee Registration Deadline for Summer Pass: Wednesday June 7th

Pre-School: 3-5 years

Your child will have fun while learning to put their face in the water, learn breath control, breath holding, various kicking methods, and paddle strokes. Cost: $40/session Sessions are 25 min in length Max class size is 4 participants per instructor (There are 2 classes per time slot) Sessions

Days/Dates

Session 1

Mon-Thur June 5th – June 15th

Session 2

Mon-Thur June 19th- June 29th

Session 3

Mon-Thur July 10th- July 20th

Session 4

Mon-Thur July 24th – August 3rd 18

Times 10am 10:30am 11am 11:30am 10am 10:30am 11am 11:30am 10am 10:30am 11am 11:30am 10am 10:30am 11am 11:30am


Swim Lessons (Continued)

Beginner: 6+ years

For kids 6 years or older who are new to swimming. They will learn breath holding and control techniques, movement patterns to change their body from vertical to horizontal positions in the water, and experience an introduction to different swim stroke styles. Cost: $50/session Max class size is 6 children per instructor Sessions are 30 minutes in length (10 minutes between sessions to review your child’s progress with instructor) Sessions

Dates

Session 1

Mon-Thur June 5th – June 15th

Session 2

Mon - Thur June 19th- June 29th

Session 3

Mon-Thur July 10th- July 20th

Session 4

Mon- Thur July 24th – August 3rd

Times 10am 10:45am 11:15am 10am 10:45am 11:15am 10am 10:45am 11:15am 10am 10:45am 11:15am

Intermediate: 6+ years

For kids 6 years or older who can “swim” forward 15 feet with their face in the water, without a flotation device. Your child will move from using equipment and flotation devices to moving unaided in freestyle and backstroke positions. Cost: $50/session Max class size is 6 children per instructor Sessions are 30 minutes in length (10 minutes between sessions to review your child’s progress with instructor) Sessions

Dates

Session 1

Mon-Thur June 5th – June 15th

Session 2

Mon - Thur June 19th- June 29th

Session 3

Mon-Thur July 10th- July 20th

Session 4

Mon- Thur July 24th – August 3rd 19

Times 10am 10:45am 11:15am 10am 10:45am 11:15am 10am 10:45am 11:15am 10am 10:45am 11:15am


Swim Lessons (Continued)

Advanced: 6+ years

For kids 6 years or older who can swim ½ the length of the pool using side breathing techniques. Children will learn to master the 6 basic strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, side stroke, and elementary back stroke). Cost: $60/session Max class size is 10 children per instructor Sessions are 45 minutes in length (10 minutes between sessions to review your child’s progress with instructor) Sessions Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4

Dates Mon-Thur June 5th – June 15th Mon - Thur June 19th- June 29th Mon-Thur July 10th- July 20th Mon- Thur July 24th – August 3rd

Times 10am 11am 10am 11am 10am 11am 10am 11am

Adult Swim Lessons

This small group class is to help adults learn to become comfortable in the water and start basic movement patterns for swimming. Days: Tues/Thurs Ne Dates: Session 1: June 6th-29th wP rog Session 2: July 11th-August 3rd ram s! Times: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $50/per session Class Size: Limited to 4 people Instructor: Judy Registration Deadline: Session 1: June 4th Session 2: July 9th

Private Swim Lessons

Youth and Adult Private lessons are available. Prices and options are below. Please contact Margaret Donnelly at mdonnelly@carbondaleco.net or (970) 510-1280 to set up your private lessons.

Preschool 3-5 Youth 6-15 Adults 16+

Private Session $30 $160 $40 $240 $50 $320

Single Session 8 Sessions Single Session 8 Sessions Single Session 8 Sessions 20

Buddy Session $40 $240 $50 $320 $60 $400


Adult Pool Programs and Fitness Classes For all programs pre-register online at www.carbondalerec.com or with the front desk at (970) 510-1290. See specific activity for registration deadline.

Water Aerobics

Tone and strengthen your muscles while putting minimal stress on your joints. Classes are taught in deep and shallow water. This is a great class for injury recovery. Days: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday Dates: June 5th-Sept 1st Time: 8-9am Instructor: Sana Cost (rate is for class only): $150 Water Aerobics Summer Pass or $5 Drop in rate

Senior Splash

Classes target agility, flexibility, strength, balance, coordination, cardiovascular endurance, and stomach muscles from laughing. Join this great group of people for some summer fun. Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Dates: June 6th-Aug 31st (No Class July 4) Time: 9-10am Instructor: Margaret Cost (rate is for class only): SilverSneakers® or Silver&Fit® memberships, $50 Senior Splash Summer Pass, or $3 Drop in Ne wP rog ram s!

Bondale Swim Club

Swim with a great group of friends, don’t think about your workout, and get great training tips along the way. The club meets three days a week. Cost includes entrance to the pool for the hour, a prescribed workout for each visit, and Swim Club Caps at the end of the season. Ages: 14 years and up (or instructor approval) Days: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday Dates: June 12th-Aug 4th Time: 7-8am (no classes week of July 4th) Cost (rate is for swim club only): $100 Bondale Swim Club Summer Pass or $5 drop-in Volunteer Instructor: Cate (thank you for your effort!) For online registration go to our website :

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Family & Youth Programs

***Family Sports Reduced Drop In*** (New Program)

The middle section of the pool will be turned into a drop in sports arena. Come play a little water polo, water ultimate Frisbee, and more. Games are designed to be played in a pick-up sports fashion and just for fun. Ne Days/Time: Mondays & Wednesdays 5-6pm wP rog Saturday & Sunday 4-5pm ram Dates: May 27th-Aug 13th s! Cost: $3 per family member (11 and older allowed without a parent)

***4th of July Pool Party*** (With New Events this year!)

Don’t miss all the fun at the pool this 4th of July. Greased family watermelon relay race Kids’ coin hunt (bring your goggles) Cardboard Canoe Race (made with cardboard and duct tape only make ahead of time/some materials will be on hand) Time: After 11am (Race times TBD) Cost: Races included in $5 entry fee

Youth ***Tri Training (Youth 9 years and up)*** (New Program)

Learn swimming, biking, and running techniques all targeted to keep growing bodies safe as they enter a more competitive phase in athletics. Day: Friday Dates: June 9th-Aug 4th (No class July 7th) Time: 11:30am-12:30pm Cost: $40 for the series Instructor: Judy Requirements: Bathing Suit, Goggles, Bike, Helmet, Athletic Shoes Class Size/Reg. Deadline: 6-12 (Must have 6 students registered by Wed., June 9th)

Tri Race (Ages 6-15 years)

This mini tri for kids is a great way to finish off the swim lesson season. The swim is in the pool, the bike and run are on the grass around the perimeter of Sopris Park. Date: Friday, Aug 18th Time: 10am Cost: $15 Registration Deadline: Thursday Aug 17th Age 6-9 10-12 13-15

Swim 50 yards/1 lap 100 yards/2 laps 200 yards/4 laps

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Bike 2 laps around park 4 laps around park 6 laps around park

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Motion Monday

Preschool Programs

Motion Monday will continue through the summer! Please remember this is a parent-supervised program. Parents or caregivers must remain in attendance and supervise their children at all times. We will set up the bounce house, obstacle courses, sports equipment, and other fun toys. Bikes, scooters, etc are all welcome to be ridden in our gym! Ages: 1-6 years Day: Mondays Time: 10:15am-11:45am Cost: $5 member, $6 non-member, Play Care Punch Pass Location: Carbondale Recreation and Community Center

Pee Wee Soccer

This is an organized introductory soccer program for the first time player. Parents will interact and learn how to teach their child a variety of soccer skills which include: dribbling, kicking, and passing. Each child will receive shin guards, practice cones, and a soccer ball. Ages: 3-5 yrs Day: Monday/Wednesday Date: June 12-28 Time: 9:00am-9:30am Cost: $45/includes kit Location: Miners Park Min/Max: 8/12 Registration Deadline: Friday, May 26

Pee Wee Baseball

This is an organized introductory baseball program for the first time player. Parents will interact and learn how to teach their child a variety of baseball skills which include throwing, catching, batting, and base running. Each child will receive a glove, koosh balls, and a bat. Ages: 3-5 yrs. Days: Monday/Wednesday Dates: July 10-26 Time: 9:00am-9:30am Cost: $45/includes kit Location: Miners Park Min/Max: 8/12 Registration Deadline: Friday, June 23

Pee Wee Football

This is an organized introductory football program for the first time player. Parents will interact and learn how to teach their child a variety of football skills including: passing, kicking, and punting. Each child will receive a football, flag belt, kicking tee, and practice cones. Ages: 3-5 yrs. Days: Tuesday/Thursday Dates: September 5-21 Time: 11-11:30am Cost: $45/includes kit Location: Sopris Park Min/Max: 8/12 Registration Deadline: Friday, August 18 For online registration go to our website :

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Youth Tennis & Pickleball Program Junior Development Program & Progression at the Darien Pickleball & Tennis Courts

QuickStart Tennis

Fun games make learning exciting. The focus is on developing basic motor skills, balance, coordination, and agility. Cutting-edge training techniques are used to teach children how to play quickly. 36 foot courts are used to introduce children to rallying and fun competition immediately. Ages: 5-8 years Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays Time: 9-9:45am Dates: Session 1: June 13-29 (registration deadline June 5) Session 2: July 11-27 (registration deadline July 3) Cost: $60 per session Min/Max: 3/8

10-Under Tennis

This is an exciting play-based program which is sweeping the nation. 60 foot courts and modiďŹ ed balls make every junior a player almost immediately. Children will do a combination of skills drills, and point play each day. Students will learn all strokes of the game, scoring, positioning, and basic strategies for singles and doubles. Ages: 8-10 years Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays Time: 10-11am Dates: Session 1: June 13-29 (registration deadline June 5) Session 2: July 11-27 (registration deadline July 3) Cost: $72 per session Min/Max: 3/8

Introduction to Pickleball

Come learn all about one of the fastest growing sports in America! Pickleball combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong, and is fun for people of all skill levels and ages. Players will learn rules and scoring while practicing basic stroke fundamentals, serving, ground strokes, and volley. *All equipment will be provided.*Volunteer Instructors courtesy of Roaring Fork Pickleball Association. Ages: 5-8 years Day: Tuesday/Thursday Time: 9-9:45am Date: August 1-17 (registration deadline July 25) Cost: $30 Min/Max: 3/8 Ages: 8-10 years Day: Tuesday/Thursday Time: 10-11am Date: August 1-17 (registration deadline July 25) Cost: $40 Min/Max: 3/8

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Thanks to the Roaring Fork Pickleball Association we now have lines for 6 pickleball court at the Darien Tennis and Pickleball Courts at the North Face Park. Come out and give pickleball at try this summer. Go to their Facebook page to see pick up times, tournament information and to connect to other pickleballers!


Garden Programs Garden Boot Camp 4 Kids Ages 5 and up

Gardening skills Plant identification Nutrition education Outdoor fun! Half day session $150 Scholarships Available from

Demeters Garden at Bonnie Fisher Park @ the Third Street Center June 19-23 9 am - 12 noon Half Day August 7-11 9 am - 12 noon Half Day August 14-18 9 am-12 noon Half Day

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Carbondale Community School August 21-25 9 am-12 noon Half Day Register for the full day session with Diana Alcantara 970-963-1970 / 970-274-2472 For more information: dalcantara@discovercompass.org

Instructor: Jeff Pieper Eagle County Horticulture & Small Acreage Agent CSU Extension

Live translation from English to Spanish offered for each class!

Growing Vegetables-From (A)rugala to (Z)ucchini

Growing vegetables can be a great experience, however for those new to Colorado, they can also be difficult. Join this 5 class series to learn the ins and outs of growing vegetables in the Roaring Fork Valley. This class will be geared towards the beginner vegetable gardener, but will also be good for those looking to hone their skills. The class will meet once a month and address a pertinent gardening topic according to the season. Topics to be covered: Planning your veggie garden, seeding and transplanting, rotational planting, season extension, fertility, composting, harvesting techniques, identifying garden insects, pathogen detection, increasing efficiency, weed identification and control, and putting your garden to bed. We will also build worm boxes and learn to make compost tea. Ne Days: Wednesdays wP rog Dates: May 17, June 21, July 19, August 16, September 20 ram Time: 5-7 pm Cost: $120 (Includes all supplies for the class) ! Min/Max: 5/10 Registration deadline: May 3 Location: Demeter’s Garden & Bread Oven Shelter at Bonnie Fisher Park Register at the CRCC 970-510-1290 or online at www.carbondalerec.com More info: Contact Demeter’s Garden Elizabeth Cammack wiz@sopris.net

Extension programs are available to all without discrimination. Colorado State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy.


Youth Programs - T-Ball & Skills Camps COED T-ball

This is an introductory tee-ball program. Emphasis will be placed on fun, participation, and the fundamental skills of throwing, catching, and batting. Participants will be divided into teams and games will be played at the end of the season on a real ball field. ***Please note that during the final week of T-ball we will meet from 4-5pm at the RVR Ball Field for exhibition games. There will be no morning sessions this week.*** Ages: 5-6 years Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Dates: June 13-July 13 (No classes on July 4 & 6) Time: 9-9:45 am (Session 1) 4-4:45 pm (Session 2) Cost: $45 (includes t-shirt) Location: Miners Park Min/Max: 8/12 (per session) Registration Deadline: Monday, June 5

Volleyball Skills Camp

Bump, Set, Spike! This four-day camp will cover all the basics of volleyball—indoor and out! Using both an outdoor sand volleyball court, as well as an indoor volleyball court, we will cover passing, serving, setting, and hitting. Ages: 7-10 years Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: July 24-27 Time: 1-3pm Cost: $80 Location: CRCC Min/Max: 8/15 Registration Deadline: Monday, July 17

Basketball Skills Camp

Brush up on your basketball skills before our youth league rolls around again. We will practice our skills both on our indoor basketball court at the Rec Center, and the outdoor court at Miners Park. Practice passing, shooting, and dribbling. Participate in fun drills and skills activities, and play in real games. Ages: 7-10 years Days: Monday-Thursday Dates: July 31-August 3 Time: 1-3pm Cost: $80 Location: CRCC Min/Max: 8/15 Registration Deadline: Monday, July 24

All Star Sports Camp

Explore a plethora of different sports with our All-Star Sports Camp! Each day we will learn and play a variety of different sports and activities such as: Soccer, Dodgeball, Volleyball, Basketball, Floor Hockey, Kickball, Capture the Flag, Pickleball, and many more! Ages: 7-10 years Day: Monday-Thursday Dates: August 7-10 Time: 1pm-3pm Cost: $80 Location: CRCC Min/Max: 8/15 Registration Deadline: Monday, July 31 For online registration go to our website :

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Friday Field Trips Ages: 8 yrs. & up Min/Max: 10/13 Registration Deadline: Friday the week before ** Please bring a sack lunch, change of clothes, swimsuit, snacks, and plenty of water.

KIDS ONLY!

Activity #1: Spin City: Skate-Tag-Jump-Bowl-Play Join us for a day in Grand Junction at Spin City. Your child can pick two options from the following list: Roller Skating, Laser Tag, Jump City Inflatable Playland, or Bowling. Check them out online at http://spincitygj.com/. Date: June 9 Time: 10am-5pm Cost: $50

Activity #2: Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

Start the day off with a tram ride up to the caverns, then round out the experience with unlimited rides (Alpine Coaster, Giant Swing, 4D Ride Theater, Laser Tag, Bungee Trampoline, Fort WhereAmI Maze, Doc’s Rock climbing wall, Wild West Wagon simulated Conestoga wagon ride, and Demon the Mechanical Bull). . ***Parents please sign the Caverns waiver during registration.*** Date: June 16 Time: 8am-4pm Cost: $65

Activity #3: Grand Junction: Get Air at the Silo Trampoline Park

Includes 2 hours of jump time (trampolines, dodgeball, foam pit, and ninja course). **Parents please sign the Get Air waiver during registration. Available online ONLY at https:// silo.getairmanagement.com/Waiver.html** Date: July 7 Time: 10am-5pm Cost: $50

Activity #4: Whitewater Rafting and Carbondale Pool

Get ready to get wet! Splash through the rapids along the Colorado River through the Glenwood Canyon on this 3-hour adventure ride. Then chill out some more at the Carbondale Pool. Please bring a sack lunch, swimsuit, sunscreen, and change of clothes. **Parents please sign the Whitewater Rafting waiver during registration.** Date: July 14 Time: 8am-4pm Cost: $65

Activity #5: Bananas Fun Park

This trip includes 3 hours of unlimited fun at Bananas Fun Park in Grand Junction: Bumper Boats, Laser Tag, Go-Karts, Inflatable Bounce Houses, and Arcade Fun. Pizza and soda will be provided for lunch. Bring extra money for the batting cages and arcade games! Date: August 4 Time: 10am-5:00pm 970-510-1290 Cost: $50 For online registration go to our website : www.carbondalerec.com 27


Sk8 Lessons

Skate Park Programs

Whether you’ve never skated before or want a chance to perfect new tricks, join instructor Chris Johnson, Shawn Frick, and Casey Siers at the Carbondale Skate Park. Please see definitions to find the right class for you. Must have own skateboard. Helmets Requiured. All other safety gear highly recommended. Ages: 5 years and up Day: Wednesday (Girls ONLY) and Thursday (Coed) Level 1 Level 2 Session 1 Girls ONLY: June 7, 14, 21, 28 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) Session 2 Girls ONLY: July 5, 12, 19, 26 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) Session 3 Girls ONLY: August 2, 9, 16, 23 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) Session 4 Girls ONLY: Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) Session 1 Coed: June 8, 15, 22, 29 Session 2 Coed: July 6, 13, 20, 27 Session 3 Coed: August 3, 10, 17, 24 Session 4 Coed: Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28

4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg) 4:30-5:30 pm (Beg)

5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv) 5:30-6:30 pm (Int/Adv)

Cost: $65 (per session) Location: Carbondale Skate Park Min/Max: 4/12 Registration Deadline: Monday prior to session start LEVEL 1 (Beginners Girls and Beginner Coeds) Time: 4:30-5:30 pm LEVEL 2 (Intermediate and Advanced Girls and Coeds) Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Private Sk8 Lessons available! Must be booked through Carbondale Recreation. Lessons are 1 hour in length. 1 Lesson: $60 3 Lessons: $165 5 Lessons: $250 Semi-Private (2 people): $60 Semi-Private (3 people): $75

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BEST TRICK * CASH PRIZES * and more... c si u M d o * Fo * *

June 16, 5pm

June 17, 11am

Pro Demo + Giveaways

Bowl + Street Competition

North Face Skatepark Carbondale, CO Pre-register online at carbondalerec.com For online registration go to our website :

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Trails & Tents Program The Town of Carbondale Recreation Department operates under a special use permit with the USDA Forest Service, White River National Forest and is an equal opportunity service provider and Employer.

Youth Hikes

Hike, walk, skip, wander, plod, trek...............whatever you want to call it, one fact remains, we are all bi-peds, it is summer, we are in Colorado, it is time to go hiking! Our hiking series takes the participant to 4 incredible places right out your back door. Hike to great lakes, see incredible views and explore an ice cave! Our hikes are also hands-on informational sessions where you will learn “Leave no trace” practices of wilderness travel. A hiking equipment list is available at the front desk of the Carbondale Recreation & Community Center. Ages: 8 years & up Days: Wednesdays Hike 1- Avalanche Creek Trail Date: June 14th Time: 9am-3pm Hike 2- Hunter Creek Trail Date: June 28th Time: 9am-3pm Hike 3- Grottos & Ice Caves Date: July 12th Time: 9am-3pm Hike 4-Thomas Lakes Date: July 26th Time: 9am-4pm Cost: $20/hike or $60 for 4 hike series (includes supervised hiking & transportation) (That equals $3 per hour for an educational hiking experience. Can’t beat it!) Min/Max: 5/13 Registration Deadline: Hike 1: June 7, Hike 2: June 21, Hike 3: July 5, Hike 4: July 19

Overnight Backpacking Trip to Savage Lakes

Join us for an overnight backpacking trip. This is a great beginners/intermediate backpacking trip with a two mile trail to some beautiful lakes at tree line with great camping and fishing. You will learn how to correctly pack a backpack, “Leave no trace” backpacking skills, and the joys of backpacking. Equipment list is available at registration. Ages: 10 years & up Day: Thursday and Friday Dates: August 24 & 25 Min/Max: 5/10 Cost: $60 Includes guides, transportation, all food and drink (That is $3 per hour, a great deal!) Time: 8am Departure from the Carbondale Recreation Center 4pm Return time to the Carbondale Recreation Center Registration Deadline: Thursday, August 17


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. We are offering 4 sessions and will be able to split abilities. Youth Session 1 Dates: June 7, 14, 21, 28 Days: Wednesday Youth Session 2 Dates: July 5, 12, 19, 26 Time: 5-6pm Youth Session 3 Dates: August 2, 9, 16, 23 Youth Session 4 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

Private Sessions available for all skill levels and all ages. Lessons are one hour each. Purchase your private lessons at the Carbondale Recreation & Community Center. 1 private session $60 3 private sessions $165 5 private sessions $250 Semi-Private Sessions : 2 people $60 3 to 4 people $75

North Face Bike Park Contest

The 3rd Annual free ride contest at Carbondale’s bike park. From Striders to Pros, many divisions and contests. Pump track time trials, best trick jams sessions and more! Ages: 4 years and up Day: Saturday Date: May 20th Time: Register day of at 9:30am or online by the day before. Contest starts at 10:30 am Cost: $10 Location: North Face Bike Park Parent or Guardian must sign waiver for participants under 18 years old. Available day of or on our website. For online registration go to our website : www.carbondalerec.com

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Family Events & Programs Carbondale’s 4th of July

Have a great time on July 4th with a real old-fashioned family celebration. The celebration begins with a kids’ parade down Main Street that ends in Sopris Park where there will be food, crafts, children’s games, chalk art projects, free watermelon, and live music. 10:30am 38th ANNUAL KIDS’ PARADE Come in costume . . . decorate your bike . . . wear your uniform . . . play an instrument . . . do a routine . . Parade route will be down Main Street, ending in Sopris Park. 11am SOPRIS PARK & POOL CELEBRATION Community Pool Party at the John M. Fleet Swimming Pool. Free ice cream and watermelon after the parade. Games, food, live music, and more!

Bonedale Bike Week Kids’ Bike Rodeo

Bring your bike and helmet! This event teaches kids basic bike safety “rules of the road” while navigating a fun obstacle course. Prizes will be awarded and bike mechanics from Aloha Mountain Cyclery will be on hand to show you how to keep your ride in tip-top shape. Striders Welcome! Ages: 4 years and up Day: Monday Date: May 22 Time: 46:30pm Cost: FREE Location: Carbondale Recreation and Community Center

Spring into Fun Family Block Party

“Spring Into Fun” at the Family Block Party on Carbondale’s 1st Friday in May. Enjoy playful activities for the kiddos courtesy of the Carbondale Recreation & Community Center, arts and crafts from the Carbondale Creative District, and meet some of Colorado Animal Rescue’s sweetest adoptables! Live music, prize drawings and food and drinks will be available! Proceeds benefit valley recreation scholarship programs, the Carbondale Creative District, and our local animal shelter. Contact 9481334 for more information. Ages: All Ages! Day: Friday, May 5 Time: 4-8pm Cost: $1 per ticket - carnival style fun or $20 all access pass Location: New Location! 4th Street Plaza Park Ne wL oca tio n! For online registration go to our website : www.carbondalerec.com

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Adult Leagues Men’s Summer Softball

This season will begin the first week in June and run through September, culminating with a double elimination tournament. Please note the early registration discount and get your teams ready NOW! Late registrations will be charged the additional fee with absolutely no exceptions. Ages: 18 years & older Days: Tuesday Time: 6-10pm Date: Starts first week in June Early Registration Cost: $650 (Mens) **Must be signed up by May 1 Late Registration Cost: $750 (Mens) **Must be signed up by May 15 Min/Max: 6/8 teams

Mid-Valley Coed Softball League

In partnership with Crown Mountain Recreation District, we will be offering a 7 game regular season (plus tournament) coed softball league. Games will be played at both Crown Mountain Park (El Jebel) and North Face Park (Carbondale). Ages: 18 years & older Days: Monday Time: 6:30-9:30pm Date: June 5th to August 14th Cost: $450 Registration Deadline: Friday, May 26th Min/Max: 6/12 teams * Registration will be done through Carbondale Recreation

For online registration go to our website : www.carbondalerec.com

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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-Men’s & Women’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


Senior Programs

“Over the Hill” Hiking Group

The Town of Carbondale Recreation Department operates under a special use permit with the USDA Forest Service, White River National Forest and is an equal opportunity service provider and Employer.

Our hikes are hands-on informational sessions where you will experience “Leave no trace” practices of wilderness travel. We also cover how to pack for a hike and what to bring, learn about plant, weed and animal identification, and how to use a compass and topographical maps. Days: Mondays Hike 1 - Avalanche Creek Trail Date: June 26 Time: 9am-3pm Hike 2 - Hunter Creek Trail Date: July 10 Time: 9am-3pm Hike 3 - Weller Lake, Grottos & Ice Caves Date: July 24 Time: 9am-3pm Cost: $20/hike includes guided hiking & transportation Min/Max: 6/13 Registration Deadline: Hike 1: June 19th, Hike 2: July 5th, Hike 3: July 17th

Leadville and Independence Pass Tour

Join us for a trip up Independence Pass. We will enjoy the breathtaking scenery and continue on to Leadville for lunch, shopping, and exploring historic Leadville. Bring money for lunch! Day: Friday Date: June 23 Time: 9am-5pm Cost: $10 Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: One week prior

The Outlets at Silverthorne

Do you want to get away? Join the Carbondale Recreation Department for a day at the Silverthorne Outlet Mall. You can do some shopping, have lunch or just enjoy a stroll through the mall. Please no personal appointments as we cannot accommodate them all. Day: Friday Date: July 21 Time: 9am-5pm Cost: $10 Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: One week prior

Palisade Fruit and Wine Tour

We will tour the orchards and vineyards of Palisade. Bring your fruit and wine money! Day: Friday Date: August 25 Time: 9am-5pm Cost: $10 Min/Max: 6/10 Registration Deadline: One week prior

McClure Pass Colors and Paonia Orchards and Vineyards Tour

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 of the different orchards and vineyards. Bring money for lunch! Day: Friday Date: September 29 Time: 9am-5pm Cost: $10 Min/Max: 6/10

Registration Deadline: One week prior

Location: The van will depart from/return to the Carbondale Recreation Center and the Carbondale Senior Housing Commons IV


TOWN OF CARBONDALE SUMMER 2017 SPECIAL EVENTS Event

Sponsor

Contact

Date

First Friday Art Walk (monthly) Downtown & 3rd Street Center

Chamber of Commerce www.carbondale.com

Andrea Stewart (963-1890) andrea@carbondale.com

All Year (1sst Fri of Month) 5-9pm

Town Easter Egg Hunt & “For Peeps Sake 5 K”

Recreation Dept. www.carbondalerec.com

Margaret Donnelly (510-1280) mdonnelley@carbondaleco.net

April 15 (Sat) 10am

5 Point Film Festival Carbondale Recreation Center

5 Point Film www.5pointfilm.org

Meghan Lynch (510-5523) info@5pointfilm.org

April 20-23 (Thu-Sun)

Spring Into Fun Family Block Party 4th street Plaza Park

Recreation Dept, CARE

Eric Brendlinger (510-1277) Michelle Marlow (948-1334)

May 5 (Friday) 4-8pm

Festival Las Americas Sopris Park

Club Rotario

Jen Quevedo (319-4531) elliottquevedo@hotmail.com

May 5 (Friday) 9am-9pm

Dandelion Day Sopris Park

Environmental Board www.dandelionday.org

Keelin Schaffrath writetokeelin@gmail.com

May 13 (Saturday) 9-5:00pm

Bonedale Bike Week Carbondale Recreation Center

Bike Ped Commission Recreation Department

Eric Brendlinger (510-1277) ebrendlinger@carbondaleco.net

May 19-23 (Fri thru Thu)

Bike Park Competition North Face Bike Park

Bike Ped Commission Recreation Department

Eric Brendlinger (510-1277) ebrendlinger@carbondaleco.net

May 20 (Saturday) 9:30am

Wild West Rodeo Series Gus Darien Riding Arena

Wild West Rodeo Assoc. www.carbondalerodeo.com,

Mike Kennedy (379-3907) mkremax@sopris.net

June 1 – Aug 17 (Thu) 7:30-9:30pm

Downtown Farmer’s Market 4th Street Plaza & Park

Market Committee Ben Armstrong (319-8348) www.carbondalefarmersmarket.com

June 14 – Sept. 27 (Wed) 10-3pm

Summer Park Concert Series Sopris Park

Music Committee

Steve Standiford (963-3304)

June 11 (Sun) 4-7pm

6th annual “ Bonedale Skate Revival” North Face Skateboard Park

Recreation Department www.carbondalerec.com

Jason Thraen (510-1279) jthraen@carbondaleco.net

June 17th (Sat) 9:30am

DOCNA Dog Agility North Face Park“Western Regional Trials”

Dogs on Course in North America

Jim Mills (602-549-2519) ranger.bc@cox.net

June 17-18 (Sat & Sun)

4th of July Parade & Community Party Main Street, Pool & Sopris Park

Recreation Department www.carbondalerec.com

Eric Brendlinger (510-1277) ebrendlinger@carbondaleco.net

July 4 (Tues) 10:30am-2pm

16th Annual Sopris Music Fest 4th Street Plaza Park

Steve’s Guitars

Steve Standiford (963-3304) sguitars@sopris.net

July 7 (Fri) 5-10pm

Sumer Park Concert Series Sopris Park

Music Committee

Steve Standiford (963-3304) sguitars@sopris.net

July 9 (Sun) 4-7pm

Carbondale Mountain Fair

Carbondale Arts www.carbondalearts.com

Amy Kimberly (963-1680) amy@carbondalearts.com

July 29-31 (Fri thru Sun)

Mt. Sopris Run Off & 4 Mile Run

Independence Run & Hike

Brion after (704-0909) independencerun@sopris.net

July 29 (Saturday) 7:30am

Porcupine Loop Bike Race

Aloha Mt. Cyclery

Darren Broome (963-2500) info@alohamountaincyclery.com

July 30 (Sun) 8am

Summer Park Concert Series Sopis Park

Music Committee

Steve Standiford (963-3304)

August 13(Sun) 4-7pm

“Our Town-One Table” 4th street (Main to Euclid)

Recreation Department Sondie Reiff (305-710-0826) www.ourtown1table.weebly.com sondie12@gmail.com

August 20 (Sat) 5-9pm

“Cowboy Up” Dance & BBQ 4th street Park & Plaza

Cowboy Up Committee cassiecc13@gmail.com

August 25 (Friday) 5-10pm

Cassie Cerise & Scott Haycock s_haycock@htmail.com


ADVENTURE BELONGS TO ALL 5POINT FILM FESTIVAL APRIL 20-23 2017

CARBONDALE, COLORADO


COME BIKING THIS SUMMER

WITH ASPEN VALLEY SKI & SNOWBOARD CLUB! Intro to Biking – FREE (class size limited) This three-hour clinic will teach kids how to use brakes and gears, about basic maintenance, and about trail etiquette. Bikes and helmets provided if needed. Schedule: 2-5pm at Carbondale Bike Park (June 7, June 14, July 10, July 17); Basalt Pump track (June 8, June 15, July 11, July 18); Snowmass Rodeo Grounds (June 9, June 16, July 12, July 19). Beginner / Intermediate Biking - $135 / session This three-day clinic will cover stewardship of public land, bike maintenance, trail etiquette, and intermediate techniques and tactics. Classes will meet at the Snowmass. Bikes and protective gear may be available if needed. Schedule: 9am12pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Class size limited. Advanced Biking - $135 / session Advanced techniques and tactics will be explored as well as high-performance nutrition and bike maintenance. Schedule: 9am-4pm Tuesday & Thursday. Class size limited.

TO REGISTER OR LEARN MORE, VISIT: WWW.TEAMAVSC.ORG/SUMMER

OTHER SUMMER CAMP OPTIONS… AVSC also offers Trampoline and ramp camps on our state-ofthe-art super tramp and ramps to help refine air awareness. We also have weekly on-snow ski and snowboard camps at Buttermilk Glacier to practice rails and jumps. Contact AVSC’s Freestyle Program Director Eric Knight (eknight@teamavsc.org) for information about these camps!

CICLISMO DE MONTAÑA AVSC Introducción al ciclismo – GRATIS (Tamaño de clase limitado) Esta clínica de 3 horas le enseñará a los niños cómo utilizar correctamente los frenos, los engranajes y las posiciones básicas de conducción. Se proporcionarán bicicletas y cascos (si es necesario). Horario 2-5pm Carbondale bike park (7 y 14 de junio, 10 y 17 de julio); Basalt pump track (8 y 15 de Junio, 11 y 18 de Julio); Snowmass Rodeo Grounds (9 y 16 de junio, 12 y 19 de Julio). Principiante / Ciclista Intermedio - $135 por sesión (Tamaño de clase limitado) Estas clínicas de 3 días serán lideradas por los entrenadores de AVSC y cubrirán la administración de la tierra pública, el mantenimiento de bicicletas, la etiqueta del sendero y las técnicas y tácticas intermedias. Para las clases nos reuniremos en los terrenos de Snowmass. Bicicletas y equipo de protección pueden estar disponibles si es necesario. Horario: 9 am-mediodía. Lunes, Miércoles, Viernes. Ciclismo Avanzado / Equipo AVSC - $135 por sesión (Tamaño de clase limitado) Se explorarán técnicas y tácticas avanzadas, así como nutrición de alto rendimiento y mantenimiento de bicicletas. Horario: 9am-4PM. Martes y Jueves. OTRAS OPCIONES DE CAMPO DE VERANO ... AVSC también ofrece trampolín y campos de rampa en nuestro estado de la técnica de trampolín y rampas para ayudar a refinar la conciencia aérea. También tenemos campamentos semanales de nieve y snowboard en Buttermilk Glacier para practicar carriles y saltos.

QUESTIONS? CHECK OUT WWW.TEAMAVSC.ORG/SUMMER OR EMAIL MIAH WHEELER AT MWHEELER@TEAMAVSC.ORG


Gateway RV Park and Tent Camping “Carbondale…Where Rocky Vistas Meet Crystal Waters”

Gateway RV Park and Tent Camping is open from May 1st to October 8th, 2016 640 County Road 106 (AKA Satank Road) Carbondale, Colorado 81623

Online Reservations at www.gateway-rv-park.com

Dance Class Schedule/Danza Horario de Clases CLASSES AGES 3 TO ADULT/CLASES PARA NINAS DE 3 ANOS HASTA ADULTOS

June/Junio 12—August/Agosto 18 Creative Dance/Danza Creativa ages 3 to 5 Thurs/Jueves 4-4:45 $160/session* Ballet 1 & 2 ages 6 to 10 Thurs/Jueves 5:00-6:00 pm $170/session* Intermediate/Intermedio Ballet Thurs/Jueves 6:00-7:30 $170/session* Teen / Adult Beginning Ballet & Stretch Mons/Lunes 6:00-7:30 $150/session*

*Summer session may be paid in two installments Schedule subject to change/Horario sujeto a cambios. Registration fee/ Registro precio $25 per student new and returning/por estudiantes nuevas y antiguos

SIGN-UP ONLINE!!!

Crystal River Ballet School

For more information call 970/987-4880 or visit our website www.crystalriverballet.com msjeni@crystalriverballet.com

LOCATED AT THE LAUNCHPAD, 76 S. 4TH ST, CARBONDALE, CO (OLD LIBRARY)


PRSRT STD U.S. Postage PAID Permit # 2 Carbondale, CO 81623

Town of Carbondale Recreation & Community Center 567 Colorado Avenue Carbondale, CO 81623

To: Postal Patron

Upcoming 2017 Blood Drives: May 17 July 12 September 6 (Wednesdays, 11:30am-2:30pm)

ONLINE PROGRAM REGISTRATION IS HERE! www.carbondalerec.com

LIKE us on Facebook (Town of Carbondale, CO Recreation Department) Check us out on Instagram @townofcarbondalecorecdept Follow us on twitter at http:/twitter.com/CarbondaleRec

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