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City of Spokane Valley Parks & Recreation Department

Fall&Winter Recreation Guide Registration starts Monday, Aug. 27, 2012

www.spokanevalley.org

INSIDE: Valley Mission Haunted Pool Valleyfest Breakfast with Santa Preschool Music Classes Senior Center Programs Mommy and Me Princess Tea Party Adult Dance Classes And MORE!


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Haunted Pool Trick or Treat or Haunted Pool? Join us for our annual twist on the traditional “Haunted House� event. Get in the Halloween spirit as you discover what is lurking in our locker rooms and what is waiting to petrify you on the pool deck. This event is geared to ages 12 and older but welcome to all with a parent/guardian . All canned food donations go to Spokane Valley Partners.

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Parks and Recreation Department Mission Statement:

Senior Center Located at CenterPlace Regional Event Center

To acquire, develop, operate and maintain a diverse park and recreation system that enhances our community.

OFFICE HOURS Monday - Friday, 8am - 4pm Phone: 509-926-1937

Parks and Recreation Department Contact Information:

City Council

Phone: 509-688-0300 Email:parksandrec@spokanevalley.org Website: spokanevalley.org Parks and Recreation Offices Located at CenterPlace Regional Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley, WA 99216 OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

HOLIDAY OFFICE CLOSURES

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Generally the City Council meets on Tuesdays at 6pm in the Council Chambers located at 11707 E. Sprague Avenue, Suite 101. For a complete schedule of meetings and agendas go to www.spokanevalley.org and click on the City Council link. Tom Towey - Mayor Gary Schimmels - Deputy Mayor Dean Grafos Brenda Grassel Chuck Hafner Ben Wick Arne Woodard

Closures Include: Senior Center and Recreation Programs November 22-23: Thanksgiving December 25: Christmas January 1: New Year’s Day January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day February 18: President’s Day

Parks and Recreation Staff Parks & Recreation Director.................................................................Mike Stone Parks & Recreation Administrative Assistant................................Patty Bischoff Recreation Coordinator.....................................................................Jennifer Papich Senior Center Coordinator.........................................................Karen Clark-Parson Customer Relations & Facility Coordinator.......................................Carol Carter CenterPlace Administrative Assistant.........................................Brandon Newbill Centerplace Office Assistant I....................................................Brittani DeBoise Facility Maintenance..............................................................................Brian Moat Facility Maintenance............................................................................Chris Dobbins


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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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HOLIDAY OFFICE CLOSURES CENTERPLACE REGIONAL EVENT CENTER CenterPlace Regional Event Center is a beautiful 54,000 sq. ft. Regional Event Facility located in Mirabeau Point Park, conveniently located off the Evergreen exit just minutes from I-90. Our outdoor pathways connect you to local parks and the Centennial Trail. CenterPlace guests enjoy a comfortable, contemporary atmosphere, designed to accommodate a variety of business and social events, such as: • Regional Conferences • Private Parties • Business Meetings • Banquets • Fundraisers • Auctions • Holiday Parties • Graduations • Community Events • Weddings and Receptions

CenterPlace Regional Event Center Office Hours Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm Phone: 509-688-0300

November 22-23: Thanksgiving December 25: Christmas January 1: New Year’s Day January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day February 18: President’s Day Want to book CenterPlace Regional Event Center for your next event? Stop by and take a tour during regular business hours and find out how CenterPlace can assist you in making your next event a success. For more information or to obtain a complete reservation packet, please call 509-688-0300 or visit our website at www.spokanevalley.org. Over 400 free parking spaces! Free wireless internet throughout our facility, auditorium with built in phone/ web conferencing system, several spacious standard meeting rooms with windows and beautiful views, 2 large meeting rooms with over 1450 sq. ft. available, and 2 banquet rooms which can accommodate any occasion. Full Catering and Beverage Services Red Rock Catering is CenterPlace’s in-house catering specialist. Red Rock excels in providing affordable meals sure to please everyone. They listen to their customers’ needs and make every attempt to tailor menus specifically to your occasion from a boxed lunch to an extravagant plated dinner. Red Rock exclusively handles alcoholic beverage sales for events held at CenterPlace. For menu information, please contact Red Rock Catering at 509-459-0000.

Rooms Available Auditorium Fireside Lounge Great Room Large Meeting Rooms Standard Meeting Rooms

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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WHATS NEW? •Terrace View Playground Equipment: The playground at Terrace View City of Spokane will be renovated this Fall with new Valley Parks awesome and colorful play equipment! Spokane Valley parks provide Stop by and try out the fun and residents and visitors with over 172 challenging Evos play structure with acres of unique parks and open areas, its Ringtangle, Noodle Pods, and The from small neighborhood playgrounds Blender. The little kiddos will surely to larger multi-use parks. In a unique enjoy the Omnispin and PlayBooster public/private partnership, the City structure that’s just their size. You will contracts with a private landscape never want to leave! maintenance contractor to provide •Parks and Recreation Master City parks with the highest quality Plan: The Parks and Recreation maintenance and care. Spokane Master Plan is being updated this Valley strives to support strong year. Soon the public will have the community values and improve opportunity to provide input on the livability by providing and promoting future planning of our park system quality recreation areas. Parks are and recreation programs, including open daily from dawn to 10pm. trails, land acquisition and park Centennial Trail: Barker Road, development needs. Please watch our Sullivan Park and Mirabeau Point website for future important meeting Park are trail access points. This announcements. amazing 37-mile trail system follows •Greenacres Park: Were you aware the Spokane River, allowing access for there is a NEW City of Spokane Valley kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The Park? Come check it out at the corner Centennial Trail is ADA accessible. of Boone and Long. Greenacres Park Ideal for walking, running, in-line features our Spokane Valley’s only skating or bicycling, the trail is utilized disc golf course, where every age can by thousands of individuals, groups have fun learning and participating and families. in this fun sport. The playground’s Discovery Playground: Starting design theme reflects the area’s Monday, Oct. 15. In preparation for rich rural and agricultural history winter “hibernation” Discovery in addition to having a variety of Playground will be closing for some imaginative and interactive activities. much needed annual repair and •CenterPlace South Landscape maintenance. Development: The final section Want to Reserve a Park? of property adjacent to Discovery The Parks and Recreation Department Playground will be developed this Fall will start accepting 2013 park with landscaping and irrigation. Due reservations on Wed., January 2, 2013 to popular demand, the Parks and at 8am. City of Spokane Valley Parks Recreation Department is anticipating are available for reservation April 15 - the installation of two picnic shelters October 15. If you would like to secure that will be available for reservations usage of a shelter for your group starting in 2013. We are very excited event, you must complete a Facility to be able to provide these spaces Usage Application and submit all fees near the playground, especially for to the Parks and Recreation Office. your next birthday party or family For more specific park reservation gathering! information, contact us at 509-688-0300 or visit www.spokanevalley.org.


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Park Rules and Regulations: Enforceable as per Chapter 6.05 SVMC. Park hours Dawn – 10pm For the safety and enjoyment of all visitors, the following activities are PROHIBITED: • Presence in closed facilities. • Abandoning animals of any kind. Park Hours are strictly enforced. • Soliciting or selling any goods, • Trespassing. services, food or beverage. • Consumption or possession of • Posting of signs or handbills. alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs. • Littering. • Camping. • Dumping of household or • Defacing, damaging, modifying, vehicle waste. or removing any park facility or • Amplifying of sound. property. • Horseback riding. • Motor vehicles off designated • Skateboards, rollerblades or bicycles roadways and parking lots. in Discovery Playground, or on tennis • Open fires or fireworks. courts, basketball courts, ball fields, • Archery, air/gas weapons, pavilions, stage, stairways, rails, explosive devices or projectiles. walls, tables, benches or other park • Discharging firearms. structures. • Off leash pets. Owners must clean up after pets.

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Mommy and Me Princess Tea Party

Tune Tales Music Join us for 7 week sessions of musical fun. Classes are humorous, upbeat and rich in educational content. Each semester offers new & different instruments, puppets, dancing & more. Your child will learn the fundamentals of music in fun and exciting ways through creative singing, movement & play! Come explore the inner musician in you with educational activities that help your child get ready for school too! Also in addition to all of the above your child will receive coloring pages and a new Tune Tales Music CD for musical fun at home & in the car. (Min. Reg. 6) Location: CenterPlace Instructor: Josie Wood Session Dates: CD: Sept. 12-Oct. 24 “A Great Big World” Oct. 31-Dec. 12 “A Classical Zoo” Jan. 9-Feb. 20 “Rock ‘n Roll Festival” March 6-April 17 “A Razz Ma Tazz”

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Join local authors, Monica Brandner and Lorene Keen, as they teach little girls that a true princess shows kindness and respect in all she does. Your child will practice greeting others, napkin etiquette, eating a cookie nicely and join table talk. Signed copies of the author’s book, “Sarah Elizabeth Plans a Tea Party,” will be available for purchase. Bring your little princess dressed-up! Ages: Princesses ages 3-7yrs. and their parents or grandparents Day: Saturday Date: November 10 Time: 11-Noon Fee: $27 for two Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center Instructor: Monica Brandner

Music Babies

0-1yrs.(non-walking) Day: Wednesday Time: 9:30-10am Fee: $56

Allegros: Ages 1-3yrs. Day: Wednesday Time: 10:15-10:50 am Fee: $64

Crescendos: Ages 3-6yrs Day: Wednesday Time: 11:15am-noon Fee: $72

REGISTER TODAY! CALL 509-688-0300 or visit us online at spokanevalley.org under the Parks/Pools/Rec Link


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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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S M A R G O R P YOUTH

Meet the Instructor:

Holiday Young Ladies & Gentlemen Class Children rarely beg for the opportunity to attend a class on civility, and yet it is the key to building positive friendships and strong self-worth. This fun hands-on workshop teaches telephone etiquette, basic table manners, introductions, personal care and posture. Don’t be surprised when they come out asking for more! Goodie bag included. Ages: Boys and Girls 7-12yrs. Day: Saturday Date: Nov. 17 Time: 1:30-4pm Fee: $38 Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center Instructor: Monica Brandner

Monica Brandner is President of by m. brandner an Image and Etiquette business located in Spokane, Washington and Juneau, Alaska. As Mrs. Alaska 1998, she learned that the combination of a polished image and strong social skills create confidence and are important for prosperity in today’s global society. Monica has over 8 years experience in the etiquette and image industry. She is certified through Final Touch Finishing School and is a member of AICI (Association of Image Consultants International). Monica is co-author of the book “My Style, My Way,” and is currently writing a children’s series for girls ages 3-6, called “The Etiquette Princess.” She also inspires women with her speaking at women’s conferences and has created events for teen girls called, “Radiant”. The foundation of her classes and books are based on kindness and respect for self, others and property. She has presented programs for public and private schools, numerous clubs, churches, associations, and companies. Her warm, humorous and interactive teaching style leaves her clients aged 5 to 75 wanting more.

S M A R G O R P ADULT

Orienteering Skills

Introduction to Orienteering Discover the sport of orienteering which combines racing with navigation using a map and compass. Navigate over unfamiliar trails and terrain from point to point; this sport can be enjoyed as a walk in the woods or as a competitive sport. Classroom instruction will be from 9:30am – 11am, followed by an opportunity to test your new skills on the outdoor course. (Min. Reg. 4) Age: Teens-Adults Day: Saturday Date: September 15 Time: 9:30-Noon Fee: $12 Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center Instructor: John Beck

This class is intended for people who are already familiar with topographic maps and the use of the compass or who are also taking the Introduction to Orienteering Class. Classroom instruction will be first followed by outdoor practice of map and compass skills for intermediate and advanced orienteering courses. (Min. Reg. 4) Age: Teen-Adults Day: Saturday Date: September 15 Time: 1-3:30pm Fee: $12 Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center Instructor: John Beck


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S M A R G O R P ADULT NEW! Parenting Class Ever struggle with the appropriate way to raise kind and respectful children? Civility begins in the home and it begins with every parent. Join local authors and civility experts Lorene Keen and Monica Brandner as they share the “5 Skills Every Parent Should Know.� A child who experiences a harmonious home will be more likely to act in a civil manner at school and in the community. This is the foundation of a considerate society. Ages: Adults Day: Sunday Date: October 14 Time: 3-4:30pm Fee: $34 per person Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center Instructor: Monica Brandner

Re-Invent Yourself & Invest in Your Wealth: An Art of Confident Living for Women Event For women who desire more out of themselves and their money, join Monica, Professional Image and Etiquette Coach, to learn how to move from invisible to influential. Christina Balkenbush, Financial Advisor for RBC Wealth Management, shows women how to prosper in adversity. Meal and materials provided. Ages: Adults Day: Saturday Date: January 26 Time: 9am-4:30pm Fee: $99 Location: CenterPlace Regional Event Center Instructor: Monica Brandner

REGISTER TODAY! CALL 509-688-0300

or visit us online at spokanevalley.org under the Parks/Pools/Rec Link

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DANCE S LESSON Swing

This class will usually focus on what is commonly known as East Coast Swing. Elements of Lindy Hop, Charleston, Jive and who knows what else may be taught as they all go together seamlessly. West Coast Swing may also be taught at student’s request, however East Coast Special Instructions: Please bring a is recommended for beginners. This clean, dry pair of shoes. Dance shoes class is designed to teach beginners may be purchased through Dance the basics and challenge already Class, but are not required. accomplished dancers. (Min. Reg. 6) Ages: Adults; Ages 16 & Up Day: Mon. Ballroom Classics Session Dates: What most people think of when Sept. 10-Oct. 15 the word Ballroom is used is three Oct.22-Dec. 3. (No Class 11/12) dances: Waltz, Tango, and Foxtrot. Jan.7-Feb. 25 (No Class 1/21 or 2/18) Ballroom will usually focus on one of March 4-April 8 these dances, in particular American Fee: $55 for a single or $95 Social Foxtrot, for a partnership (per 6 wk session) American Time: 6:30-7:20pm Waltz, and American Tango. All Latin and Night Club three of these This class will focus on fun Latin dances are Favorites such as Salsa/Mambo, considered Cha Cha, Rumba, Merengue and ‘progressive’ possibly others such as Bolero. dances, Night Club two Step will be offered to meaning compliment these dances or may be they move the focus of the class if the students around the prefer. Night Club two Step is the floor rather than staying in one general spot. This perfect ballroom dance to replace class is designed to teach beginners the old junior high “hug and wobble.” Like all of our classes, beginners are the basics and challenge already welcome, but veteran dancers will be accomplished dancers. challenged with new techniques and (Min. Reg. 6) elements. (Min. Reg. 6) Ages: Adults; Ages 16 & Up Ages: Adults; Ages 16 & Up Day: Mon. Day: Mon. Session Dates: Session Dates: Sept. 10-Oct. 15 Sept. 10-Oct. 15 Oct.22-Dec. 3. (No Class 11/12) Oct.22-Dec. 3. (No Class 11/12) Jan.7-Feb. 25 (No Class 1/21 or 2/18) Jan.7-Feb. 25 (No Class 1/21 or 2/18) March 4-April 8 March 4-April 8 Fee: $55 for a single or $95 for Fee: $55 for a single or $95 for a partnership (per 6 wk session) a partnership (per 6 wk session) Time: 5:30-6:20pm Time: 7:30-8:30pm

Classes are held at CenterPlace Regional Event Center in the Fireside Lounge. Instructor: Melissa Finke: fasterfoxtrot@yahoo.com or 509-993-1204.


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Beginning Partner Dances

Beginning Country Dances

This class focuses on the box step essentials from Rumba, Foxtrot and Waltz. Students will learn box figures that can be used in all three rhythms, allowing couples to dance to Waltz, Foxtrot or Latin Music. Wedding couples will be given entrances and exits for their big dance and may bring their wedding song to class if they have chosen one. Class is designed to teach beginners the basics, but will have techniques and figures sure to challenge already accomplished dancers. Ages: Adults; Ages 16 & Up Day: Wed. Session Dates: Sept. 5-26 Oct. 3-24 Nov. 7-Dec 5 (No Class 11/21) Jan. 9-30 Feb. 6-27 March 6-27 Fee: $35 for a single or $65 for a partnership (per 4 wk session) Time: 6:40-7:30pm

This class will teach the basics used to dance to country music. Dances taught include Line Dances, Country Two Step, Night Club Two Step and Swing. One or all of the dances might be taught depending on class preference. After taking this class, next time you go out to the club for some country music you will be able to hit the dance floor too! Ages: Adults; Ages 16 & Up Day: Wed. Session Dates: Sept. 5-26 Oct. 3-24 Nov. 7-Dec 5 (No Class 11/21) Jan. 9-30 Feb. 6-27 March 6-27 Fee: $35 for a single or $65 for a partnership (per 4 wk session) Time: 7:40-8:30pm

REGISTER TODAY! CALL 509-688-0300 or visit us online at spokanevalley.org under the Parks/Pools/Rec Link

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4th Annual

Haunted Pool Trick or Treat or Haunted Pool? Join us for our annual twist on the traditional “Haunted House� event. Get in the Halloween spirit as you discover what is lurking in our locker rooms and what is waiting to petrify you on the pool deck. This event is geared to ages 12 and older but welcome to all with a parent/guardian . All canned food donations go to Spokane Valley Partners.

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Enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast, games, crafts, and other activities for the entire family. Have your picture taken with Santa, while telling him your Christmas wishes. Pre-register for the breakfast through Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation. To register call 509-688-0300, use the registration form attached in this brochure or visit www.spokanevalley.org to register online 24/7 by following the Parks/pools/rec link. Space is limited, early registration is

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$5.00 per person Saturday, Dec. 1, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. At CenterPlace Regional Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place Spokane Valley, WA Proceeds beneďŹ t Rotary College Scholarships, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and other Rotary service projects.

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Reasons to visit Spokane Valley Parks 1 It’s FREE! provide a variety of 2 Parks opportunities for physical 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

activity Visiting Spokane Valley Parks will introduce you and your kids to different parts of town. Visit the NEW Greenacres Park Parks are always an Adventure! Discover Discovery Playground! Parks are an excellent place to relax, de-stress and unwind They are an ideal location to enjoy quality time with family and friends Parks expose you to new hobbies. Try the Disc Golf course at Greenacres or take an orienteering class (pg 8.) Parks have amazing playground equipment for all ages and abilities! COMING SOON - NEW playground equipment at Terrace View Park (pg 4) Parks get you back to nature. Explore Mirabeau Point Park’s trails and view all the wildlife at the Mirabeau Springs. Discover all the wonderful places in your community, one park at a time.


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It’s Spokane Valley’s Birthday and it’s a celebration. So wish us Happy Birthday We’re ten years old!


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ZUMBA! NEW Zumba速 Party! Come join the party at CenterPlace for an invigorating 2 hour event that includes the BEST Zumba速 dancing and exercise. Dance with a variety of YMCA Zumba速 instructors while easily torching 2000 calories while having an incredible time! Day: Friday Date: November 9 Time: 6:30-8:30pm Fee: $10 per person - Pre-registration encouraged Location: CenterPlace, Great Room

REGISTER TODAY! CALL 509-688-0300 or visit us online at spokanevalley.org under the Parks/Pools/Rec Link

Classes offered in partnership with

Group Exercise Classes Are you looking for an exciting workout in a non-intimidating atmosphere? Come join in on a 6-week program in partnership with the YMCA, designed to introduce and provide you with a place to experience some of the most popular group exercise formats around. Try them all and get the best results from a variety of workouts.

Zumba速! Day: Wednesdays Time: 6-7pm Fee: $35 Date: January 9-February 13 February 20-March 27

Basic Strength Day: Mondays Time: 6-7pm Fee: $35 Date: January 7-February 11

Yoga Day: Mondays Time: 6-7pm Fee: $35 Date: February 18-March 25

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Billiards 8am-4pm Table Tennis 8-10am Cribbage 10am-noon Bridge 10am-3pm Ceramics 1-5:30pm Bingo 1-3pm Pine Needle Basket Making 1-4pm Twist & Shout Scarf Making 4-6pm Tai Chi 6-7:30pm Pickle Ball 12:30-2:30pm (HUB)

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Billiards 8am-4pm Line Dancing 10:30am-12:30pm Pinochle with Pat 12-3pm Bridge 10am-3pm Scrabble 12:30-3:30pm Dance 1:15-3:15pm Pickle Ball 12:30-2:30pm (HUB)

WEDNESDAY Billiards 8am-4pm Line Dancing 9-10am / 1-2 pm 3rd Thursday Greenhouse 9am-noon Bunco 1:30-3pm 2nd and 4th Thursday Table Tennis 10:30-2:30pm 1st Thursday of the month 8-12:30pm 3rd Thursday of the month Bridge Tournament 2nd & 4th 10am – 3pm Grief Support Group 1:30-2:30pm Senior Social Group 10-11:30am Pickle Ball 12:30-2:30pm (HUB)

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fellowship, health, recreation, social and education activities for persons fifty years of age and older, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry.

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The Spokane Valley Senior Center is a joint operation between the City of Spokane Valley and the Spokane Valley Senior Citizens Association. The Center is located at CenterPlace, 2426 N. Discovery Place, just east of the YMCA. The Senior Center offers a year-round variety of activities including social, recreational, educational, and nutritional programs to meet the interests of seniors 50 years of age and older. Call 509-926-1937 for more information.

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S R O I N E S SPECIAL EVENTS Theme Dances Dance! Dance! Dance! The Senior Center Association has monthly daytime theme dances. Dates and themes for Sept.-March TBA. Check in with the Senior Center for more information. Day: Wed. Time: 1:15-3:15pm Fee: Suggested donation $4 Location: Fireside Lounge

Holiday Style Show Come to the Senior Center for an enjoyable luncheon filled with fashion and fun. Space is limited; reservations are required. Call the Senior Center at 509-926-1937. Day: Friday Date: Oct. 26 Time: Noon-3:30pm Fee: TBA Location: Fireside Lounge

MEETINGS Red Hat Ladies 3rd Thursday of each month Time: 11:30-1:30pm For additional event information contact Queen Mum, Janet at 509-534-9479.

SHIBA Medicare insurance assistance available by appointment at the Senior Center. Call 509-474-0514 for more information.

CHAS Clinic Attend weekly seminars on “Living with Chronic Conditions”. To register call 509-444-7801 Day: Thursday Time: 9:30am-Noon Dates: Sept. 6-Oct. 11

EXERCISE Senior Fitness Call 509-279-6030 to register or online at www.iel.spokane.edu Day: Mon., Wed. & Fri. Date: Sept. 17-Dec. 7 No Class: Oct. 26 Time: 8-9am 9:15-10:15am Fee: $58 Location: Upstairs Fireside Lounge

Pilates Call 509-279-6030 to register or online at www.iel.spokane.edu Day: Mon. and Fri. Date: Sept. 17-Dec. 10 Time: 10:30-11:30am Fee: $42


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All Tai Chi classes are taught by certified instructors Cindy and Bob Petet. To register, call 509-468-0587. All classes are located in the Upstairs Fireside Lounge of CenterPlace Regional Event Center.

All art classes are offered through the Community Colleges of Spokane. Call 509-279-6030 to register or visit them online at www.iel.spokane. edu/ContinuingEd. All Art Classes are held in room 155 of CenterPlace Regional Event Center. Basic Drawing: Mondays Date: Sept. 10-Nov. 5 Time: 1pm-4pm Fee: $79

Tai Chi Short Form Basic: Mondays Date: Sept. 24-Dec. 10 Time: 10:30-11:30am Fee: $75 (per 10 wk session) Tai Chi Sun Style Intermediate: Mondays Date: Sept. 24-Dec. 10 Time: 11:30am-12:30pm Fee: $75 (per 10 wk session) Tai Chi Intermediate Yang Style: Mondays Date: Sept. 24-Dec. 10 Time: 12:30-1:30pm Fee: $75 (per 10 wk session) Tai Chi Sun Style Short Form Basic Evening Class: Tuesdays Date: Sept. 25-Dec. 11 Time: 6-7:30pm Fee: $75 (per 10 wk session)

Drawing Skills: Tuesdays Dates: Sept.11-Oct. 9 Oct. 23-Nov. 13 Nov. 27-Dec. 11 Time: 9am-Noon Call 509-279-6025 for Cost and Registration Multi-Media Painting: Wednesdays Date: Sept. 19-Nov. 14 Time: 9am-Noon Fee: $79 Watercolor Basics and More: Thursdays Date: Sept. 20-Nov. 15 Time: 1-4pm Fee: $79 Watercolor Special Classes: Fridays Dates: Oct. 12, Nov. 9, and Nov. 30 Time: 9-4pm Fee: $26

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City of Spokane Valley Parks And Recreation Department


Fall/Winter Recreation Guide

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Make a Splash

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE in the greater Spokane County who sent in donations so that children could swim regardless of their economic situation. Because of you, thousands of children in Spokane County, the City of Spokane, the City of Spokane Valley and Cheney were able to enjoy a summer of swimming. Cannonball Donor - $10,000 + KHQ – Q6

High Dive Donors - $5,001 to $9,999 David and Christina Lynch

Deep End Divers - $2,501 to $5,000 Group Health, NWOS

Deep End Swimmers - $1,000 to 2,500 The General Store, Greenstone Homes, Numerica, Red Lion Hotels, Suburbanites

Swimmers - $1 to $999 Sally Aiken, Wanda Alger, Dale Anderson, The Andrews’, Anabel Bainter, The Barker’s, William Barker, David Barnes, John Baumhofer, Roxanne Beloit, Joanne Benham, Andrew Billig, Gladys Brown, Keri Buster, Karen Carlberg, Nancy Chevigny-Dahlke, HR Clark, The Coffey’s, Peggy Colvin, Steve Coon, The Corrick’s, The Conway-Jones’, Jane Crowley, Alan Danielson, D Deschamps, Margaret Douglas, The Doree’s, Robert Du-Ell, Ken Egger, Donald Gale, Alan Gravos, Anne Grow, Dean Harrington, Diana Hart, Cathy Heider, The Henneberry’s, Verlyn Hinkle, Margaret Hinnenkamp, Patricia Holland, Robert Howells, lois Hughes, Sandra Hunneywell, Vicki Inks, Hans Johnson, Edwin, Jolicoeur, The Jones’, The Kassa’s, Felicia Kendall, Molly Kernan, Theodore Ketcham, Larry Keyser, Buck Koerper, Mary Alice Kubiak, Richard Kupka, Kathy Kuster, Leila Larson, Andre LaSalle, Scott Larson, Margaret Lindsay, Steven Loux, Lorraine Lucas, Joni Loeck, Carol Luster, David Lynch, Percy Lynch, Kathleen Manning, Kristin Markham, Doris Matsch, William Mays, Michael McChesney, Dave McGovern, Robert Mellis, Joyce Mendoza, The Migliazzo’s, Charles Milani, Karen Mobley, Alan Moores, Raymond Morrison, John Murphy, Helen Nadreau, Richard Nelsen, Brad Nickle, Sheila O’Rourke, Anita Perez, The Peter’s, Rita Purkett, Leslie Rahn, Penelope Reid, Linda Reser’s, The Repp’s, Jill Reuter, Cynthia Schroeder, Scott Schultz, Pam Scott, Laree Shanda, Alexander Shogun, Joe Shogun, Gregory Smith, Carey Sprecher, Ann Teberg, The Vanderwegen’s, The Vigil’s, Paul Viren, Jeanne Wennes, Anna Whitney, Kenneth Wiedmer, Stanley Witter, Christopher Wood, Dennis Woodill, Joseph Yarwood, The Yates’

Special Thanks To Our Partners

To Donate To become a volunteer with Make A Splash contact Jen Hussey, Chair@jlmhussey2000@yahoo.com or call the Foundation at 509-326-5233. To Donate online: www.spokaneparksfoundation.org

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Program Registration Registration begins August 27, 2012

We offer registration that is as flexible as your active lifestyle! For Program Scholarship Information, please contact Jennifer Papich at 509-720-5408 Registration Options: PHONE-IN: using a VISA, MasterCard or American Express; call 509-688-0300 MAIL-IN: Mail registration form to: City of Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation Department, 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley, WA 99216. WALK IN: CenterPlace 2426 N. Discovery Pl., Spokane Valley, WA 99216. OFFICE HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm FAX: For 24-hour convenience fax the registration form with your VISA, MasterCard or AMEX # to 509-688-0188. ONLINE: Visit www.spokanevalley.org under the Parks and Recreation page click the Online Registration link to register for recreation programs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via the internet. You may also DOWNLOAD THIS FORM at www.spokanevalley.org under Parks and Recreation Department, under Recreation. Cancellations: Last minute cancellations are costly and jeopardize the success of the class. If extenuating circumstances prevent participation refund requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. We encourage all participants to schedule their activities carefully so that no conflicts occur.

City of Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation Registration Form Participants Name: _______________________________ ____Date of Birth: ___________ Address: _______________________________________ Home Phone:_______________ City/State: ______________________________________ Zip:_______________________ Parent/Guardian Name: ___________________________ __________________________ Work Phone: ____________________________________ Cell Phone:_________________ Email Address______________________________________________________________ Emergency Contact: ________________________Emergency Phone:__________________ Doctor’s Name:_____________________________Doctor’s Phone:___________________ Allergies/Medications:_______________________________________________________ Medical Considerations:______________________________________________________ Program Name:

Date:

Fee:

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Check #___________Make Checks Payable To: City of Spokane Valley Payment Credit Card Information Visa Card Holders Name: ____________________________________ MasterCard Card Number: _________________________________________ American Exp. Exp. Date:______V Code (last digits on back of card): ___________ Liability and Medical Release Agreement: I, the undersigned adult, on behalf of myself and my child(ren) assume all risks and hazards reasonable related to the conduct of the program. Further, I do hereby release and hold harmless the City of Spokane Valley, its elected and appointed officials and employees, the organizers, sponsor, supervisor, contracted facilitator, or any volunteer connected with the program from any and all claims, injuries, damages, losses or suites, including attorney fees, arising out of or in connection with the program. I acknowledge that I have familiarized myself with the description of the activities, understanding the hazards and my child(ren)’s personal limitations, and knowingly assume all risks. In the event of an medical emergency, I authorize transportation to the nearest appropriate medical facility, and authorize emergency medical care if no one listed on this form can be reached. If applicable, I authorize City of Spokane Valley program facilitators to administer medications to my child as outlined above, and release from all liability said facilitators for any injury resulting from the administration of those medications, provided all medications are administered in accordance with the above schedule and conditions. In the absence of a signature, payment of fees and participation in the program shall constitute acceptance of the conditions set forth in this release. I grant full permission to use any photographs, videotapes, motion pictures, recordings or any other record of this program for any City of Spokane Valley informational or promotional use.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signature (signed by-circle one) Parent Guardian Participant Date


Rotary Club of Spokane Valley & The City of Spokane Valley Present

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Enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast, games, crafts, and other activities for the entire family. Have your picture taken with Santa, while telling him your Christmas wishes. Pre-register for the breakfast through Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation. To register call 509-688-0300, use the registration form attached in this brochure or visit www.spokanevalley.org to register online 24/7 by following the Parks/pools/rec link. Space is limited, early registration is

encouraged.

$5.00 per person Saturday, Dec. 1, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. At CenterPlace Regional Event Center 2426 N. Discovery Place Spokane Valley, WA Proceeds beneďŹ t Rotary College Scholarships, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards and other Rotary service projects.


CURRENT RESIDENT


Spokane Valley Parks, August 22, 2012