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Parks & Recreation

Program Catalog Municipal Utility District

October 2013 - March 2014 16318 Great Oaks Drive

Round Rock, Texas 78681

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Registration Information Tot Programs Elementary Programs Teen Programs Youth Sports Adult Sports Adult & Senior Programs Fitness Classes

Tennis Lessons Fencing & Martial Arts Aquatics Special Events Park & Pool Locations District Map Xeriscape Garden Facility Rentals


Welcome to the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District The Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of programs, (recreational, educational, and creative) covering a multitude of age groups and varied abilities. The District’s goal is to offer residents the highest quality of life in the Brushy Creek Community by providing the best level of water and wastewater, parks and recreation and other services in the most cost-effective manner.

Table of Contents

Membership Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Memberships & Passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 District Facilities Parks & Pools Information, Pavilion & Pool Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Map of District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Facility Rentals (Rooms, Gymnasium, Pavilions, Pools) . . . . . . . . . 6 Registration Registration Information & Code of Conduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Unescorted Minors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Community Involvement Community Center Garden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 District Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Hike & Bike Trails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Memorial Programs & Pave-A-Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Youth Scholarship Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Educational Programs Tot Programs & Child Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10 Elementary Age Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Elementary & Middle School Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Teen, Adult & Senior Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17, Back Cover Sports Programs & Leagues Tennis Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Golf & Hip Hop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Fencing & Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Youth Sports - Soccer & Running . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Youth Sports - Basketball League & Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Youth Sports - Football & Tee Ball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Youth Sports - Volleyball League & Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adult Sports - Leagues & Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Open Gym Schedule (Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton) . . . . . . . 26 Badminton, Racquetball, & Wallyball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Aquatics Youth Programs & Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Teen & Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Red Cross Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Fitness Programs & Personal Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Programs & Aerobic Class Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Welcome to Brushy Creek

Contact Us Main Number:

Aquatics Programs Coordinator x212 Community Center Coordinator x226 Community Center Information . x503 Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . x505 Facility Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . x203 Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (888) 887-1860 Leagues & Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . x225 Membership / Registration . . . . x505 Parks & Recreation . . . . . . . . . . x505 Parks Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . x405 Programs Coordinator . . . . . . . . x218 Utility Billing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x505 Xeriscape Garden . . . . . . . . . . . x405

Brushy Creek Community Center 16318 Great Oaks Drive Round Rock, TX 78681 www.bcmud.org

Community Center Hours: Monday – Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

5:30am–10pm 6:00am–10pm 10:00am– 6pm

Holiday Hours:

Nov 28, Dec 24, 25, Jan 1: Closed Nov 29, Dec 31: 7am-1pm

Customer Service Hours:

Monday-Friday: 7am-7pm Saturday: 9am-3pm Sunday: Closed Email: CustomerService@bcmud.org

Month At-A-Glance Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . online catalog pages 32-37

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(512) 255-7871

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.

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Membership Benefits

Municipal Utility District

Weight Room: State of the art equipment

Early Bird Registration (pg 7)

Indoor Walking Track: In the gymnasium

Personal Trainers (pg 30)

Two Regulation Gymnasiums

Free Coffee Bar: Monday-Saturday

Free Group Fitness Classes (pg 31)

Class & Room Rental Discounts (pg 6)

Free Wi-Fi Access: In Community Center

Two Racquetball / Handball / Wallyball Courts (pg 26)

Game Room: Wii, Ping Pong, foosball, air hockey

& at Pools

Child Play Area (pg 10)

Memberships & Passes Membership / Pass Type *

** BCCC Membership Offers complete access to the center’s amenities, including indoor walking track, game room, child play, gymnasiums, racquetball courts, weight room, and free coffee.

** District Membership Includes BCCC membership, swim passes, and use of tennis courts.

Residency

Annual Contract Fee

Quarterly Fee

Monthly Fee

Resident - Individual

$105

$31 ($124)

$13 ($156)

Resident - Family

$315

$83 ($332)

$30 ($360)

Non-Resident - Individual

$260

$73 ($292)

$26 ($312)

Non-Resident - Family

$630

$167 ($668)

$57 ($684)

Resident - Individual

$155

$45 ($180)

$16 ($192)

Resident - Family

$410

$118 ($472)

$43 ($516)

Non-Resident - Individual

$310

$89 ($356)

$32 ($384)

Non-Resident - Family

$820

$236 ($944)

$85 ($1,020)

Senior Membership (65+) ID Card: Residents Only

$5

The Senior ID Card includes use of our Indoor Walking Track, Game Room (foosball table, ping-pong, air hockey, Wii and a variety of other games), Coffee Bar, and free access to our Senior Aerobics Classes.

** Individual SHORT TERM (3 months) Membership The same as the BCCC membership; however, this is a 3-month contract rather than a 1-year contract.

Resident - Individual

$35

Non-Resident - Individual

$75

$75 Per Family (available for member’s children only)

Annual Child Play Pass Day Pass

This membership does not apply to receiving discounts on rentals and Camp Foxtail.

Guest with Member

$5 Daily Fee

Resident Guest

$10 Daily Fee

Non-Resident Guest

$15 Daily Fee

Resident - Individual

$30

Day Pool Pass:

Pool Ages: 10 & under must be accompanied by an adult 16 years or older.

Resident - Family

$100

$4 Adult or child

Non-Resident - Individual

$60

Maximum of 4 kids under age 10/adult.

Non-Resident - Family

$200

Free: 3 years & younger Pass holder may bring 1 guest at $2

Resident Family

$25

Non-Resident Family

$40

Resident

$40

Non-Resident

$60

Annual Swim Pass

Tennis

Aerobics Pass - 10 Classes (expires after 3 months or 10 classes)

*

$1 Senior (65+)

Tennis Courts are located at: - Cat Hollow Park - Creekside Park

Membership Photo IDs are issued for all memberships and passes (except day pass users). There is a $5 replacement fee for lost cards.

** A $25 activation fee is assessed for all new memberships (individual or family).

Fee is due with initial application and for reactivation of a cancelled or expired membership (expired over 30 days). Many fitness classes are free with memberships. View: www.bcmud.org (Forms & Documents) for a membership application. ALL MEMBERSHIP CONTRACTS (except Individual Short-Term) are for a 12-month period. Quarterly and monthly memberships will automatically renew. After the initial 12-month period, any membership may be cancelled at any time by providing 30 days written notice. The Center may revise membership fees, charges, and rates at any time. In order to qualify for the “Resident” rate, you must live in the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District.

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Community Park Greenbelt

Creekside Park & Pool 4300 Brushy Creek Road

Highland Horizon Park & Pool 416 Highland Horizon

Liberty Walk Greenbelt & Disc Golf Course

Little Village Park Whitebrush Loop/Pocono Drive Pepper Rock Park 8609 Pepper Rock Park Drive Racine Woods Park 8174 Racine Trail

Sendero Springs Greenbelt

Sendero Springs Park & Pool 4203 Pasada Lane Shirley McDonald Park (Duck Pond) 4390 Brushy Creek Road

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• •

0.05 mile 0.1 mile

0.93 mile 0.3 mile

• •

Woods Greenbelt

20.97

3.50

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Free WiFi @ Pools & Com Ctr

Racquetball Courts

Sand Volleyball Court

Restrooms

Recreation Facility (Indoor)

Volleyball Courts

Tennis Courts

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• •

• •

• •

26.20 •

1.91

4.88

0.62

42.26 •

7.47

0.4 mile 0.76 mile 0.58 mile

Wildcat Trail

• 55.97

0.47 mile

• •

11.62

Soccer Fields/Practice Fields

Pool (Heated)

Pool

4.91

Playground/Playscape Area

0.9 mile 0.9 mile 0.8 mile 0.4 mile

Picnic Tables

Pavilion

Park Area in acres

Fitness Stations

0.3 mile

Drinking Fountain

Hike & Bike Trail in miles

County Trailhead

Benches

Bath House

Bat Observation Deck

BBQ Grills

Baseball Field

ADA Playscape

Cat Hollow Park & Pool 8600 O’Connor Drive Community Center & Park 16318 Great Oaks Drive

ADA Parking Brushy Creek North Park 4000 Park Drive

Basketball Courts

Parks & Pools ~ Information

7.66

13.22

Pavilion Rentals Park Pavilions & Garden Pavilion rentals are available to celebrate birthdays, holidays, family reunions, picnics, etc. For reservations, please call (512) 255-7871 x203 or email s.retter@bcmud.org. Our Pavilions are located at: - Cat Hollow Park, 8600 O’Connor Drive - Community Center Garden, 16318 Great Oaks Drive - Pepper Rock Park, 8609 Pepper Rock Park Drive - Sendero Springs Park, 4203 Pasada Lane

Garden & Trails See page 8 for Community Garden and local trail information.

Visit www.bcmud.org (Facility Rentals) for all details. See page 6 for pricing.

Pool Party Rentals All pools have FREE WiFi, recliner chairs, picnic tables, limited covered seating, self service drink and snack concessions. Visit www.bcmud.org (Recreation) for current pool hours, photos and pool features. For Pool Party Reservations, please call (512) 255-7871 x203 or email s.retter@bcmud.org. See page 6 for pricing. Our pools are located at: Cat Hollow Park ~ Creekside Park ~ Highland Horizon Park ~ Sendero Springs Park

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District Map

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→ Facilities: A - Community Center & District Offices B - Public Works Offices C - Maintenance Yard D - Water Treatment Facility

Parks, Pools & Greenbelts: 1 - Woods Greenbelt 2 - Racine Woods Park 3 - Pepper Rock Park 4 - Community Park 5 - Community Park Greenbelt 6 - Cat Hollow Park & Pool 7 - Disc Golf Course (start area) 8 - Liberty Walk Greenbelt 9 - Little Village Park 10 - Creekside Park & Pool 11 - Shirley McDonald Park 12 - Wildcat Trail 13 - North Park 14 - Sendero Springs Park & Pool 15 - Sendero Springs Greenbelt 16 - Highland Horizon Park & Pool

D

C

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B

→ LEGEND

All-Weather Trail Hike & Bike Trail Sidewalk Fern Bluff Trail County Trail

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BCMUD Boundary

7

6

Park or Greenbelt Location

5

8

A

3

4

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2500 SCALE IN FEET

16

5000

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Facility Rental Fees View Facility Availability Online, Call (512) 255-7871 x203 or visit www.bcmud.org (Facility Rentals) for all details.

Room / Facility

Community Center

Resident / Member *

Non-resident

Occupancy

1-3 Hours

4+ Hours

1-3 Hours

4+ Hours

Oak Room

60

$30 / hour

$25 / hour

$60 / hour

$50 / hour

Elm Room

60

$30 / hour

$25 / hour

$60 / hour

$50 / hour

Maple Room

60

$30 / hour

$25 / hour

$60 / hour

$50 / hour

Craft Room

30

$30 / hour

$25 / hour

$60 / hour

$50 / hour

$15 / hour

$15 / hour

$30 / hour

$30 / hour

$25 / hour

$25 / hour

$50 / hour

$50 / hour

Kitchen Garden Pavilion

200

Garden area / Arbor Package A: Elm, Maple, & Kitchen

$25 / hour

$25 / hour

$50 / hour

$50 / hour

120

N/A

$55 / hour

N/A

$110 / hour

180

N/A

$77.50 / hour

N/A

$155 / hour

180-200

N/A

$110 / hour

N/A

$220 / hour

Package B: Oak, Elm, Maple & Kitchen Package C: Oak, Elm, Maple, Kitchen & Pavilion or Arbor Gymnasium **

1 Full-size Basketball Court

Gymnasium **

1/2 Basketball Court

Pavilions ***

open 9am-10pm

$125 / hour

$250 / hour

$62.50 / hour

$125 / hour

See page 4 for more information on Park Pavilion Rentals.

$25 / 1 hour $50 / 1 hour $100 $100 (2 hour min) (2 hour min) Refundable Refundable $25 / 1 hour $50 / 1 hour Sendero Spring Pavilion Cleaning Cleaning (2 hour min) (2 hour min) Deposit Deposit $35 / 2 hours $70 / 2 hours Cat Hollow, Pepper Rock See page 4 for available pools and amenities. Available for rent by District residents & current Swim Pass Holders. $50 refundable Open Pool Party Guests: 0-25 = $50.00 Each Add’l 10 = +$25.00 cleaning deposit $100 refundable Private Pool Party Guests: 0-25 = $100/hr 26-50 = $125/hr 50+ = $175/hr cleaning deposit

BCCC Garden Pavilion

200

Pools

*

To qualify for the Resident rate, the person completing the application and paying the use fee must live in the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District or be a current annual member of the Community Center and attend the entire event, checking in at the front desk before and after the event.

** One court can accommodate Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton and selected other court uses. Commercial activities receive non-resident rates regardless of residency.

Additional Fees

*** Commercial activities receive non-resident rates regardless of residency.

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Room Set-up Fees Room Cleaning Deposits (possibly refundable) Over Allotted Time Penalty Rate + Rental Fee After Hours Fee (after 10pm) (Sunday after 6pm)

Room Clean Up by Community Center Staff TV/VCR/DVD

Minimum $35 (depending on set-up) Minimum $200 (dependent on # of rooms, # of guests, and use of alcohol)

Dance Floor (18’ x 18’) Outside Contract Security (2 hour minimum) Sound System (microphone & speakers)

$175

$45/hour (in addition to room rental fee)

Digital Projector

$75

$50/hour per person plus materials

Outside Inflatable Rentals $50 non-refundable (fee for use on BC property) deposit + insurance

$50 per hour (+ rental fee)

$20 Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.

$50/hour per officer $25 (inside use) $50 (outside use)


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Registration Information Member Registration August 22 - September 2

Municipal Utility District

See “Leagues� for other specific registration dates

Open Registration begins September 3

Online Catalog: Point > Click > Add to Cart www.bcmud.org Debit/Credit Card

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US Postal Mail

Email Registration Form CustomerService@bcmud.org

Brushy Creek Community Center 16318 Great Oaks Drive Round Rock, TX 78681

Debit/Credit Card

Fax Registration Form 1-888-887-1860

*

In Person

Brushy Creek Community Center 16318 Great Oaks Drive Round Rock, TX 78681

Debit/Credit Card

*

Registration Form

Contact Customer Service at 255-7871 x2 to pay for Faxed or Emailed Registrations.

Download from www.bcmud.org or pick up at Community Center Checks payable to: BC MUD

Email CustomerService@bcmud.org with any questions.

Registration and Refunds 1. All fees are payable at time of registration. 2. Pre-registration for programs is on a first-come, first-serve basis. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues. No reminders are sent when classes or events begin. 3. Community Center Members receive special rates for many classes, activities, and room rentals. Residents receive reduced rates on room rentals, some programs, and some Parks and Recreation activities. 4. Refund requests must be made to the BCMUD 7 days before the class or program begins.

Code of Conduct Summary 1. Show respect to all with your words and body language. 2. Use all equipment and property appropriately. 3. Wear appropriate attire. 4. For complete Code of Conduct, visit www.bcmud.org (Recreation > Memberships & Passes > Membership Handbook) or ask for a copy at our District Office/Community Center.

Unescorted Minors Minors who are not 10 years old AND have not commenced 5th grade of school may not be left unattended in the Community Center unless they are participating in a supervised program or accompanied by a member 16 years of age or older, or accompanied by an individual 18 years of age or older who has purchased a Day Pass. *Minors, 5th grade - 17 years, must have a Release Form signed by their parent(s) or guardian before they will be permitted to enter the Community Center. For a copy of the Release Form visit: www.bcmud.org (Forms & Documents).

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Community Involvement Beautify your Community Memorial Programs & Pavea-Path Leave a legacy for future gen-

erations while enjoying your gift now. Purchase either a brick or a paver that borders the entrance walkway of the Brushy Creek Community Center, have a tree planted, or have a bench or water fountain installed in honor of someone. Visit www.bcmud.org (Forms & Documents) for Order Forms. Fees:

Enjoy the Hike & Bike Trails

Hiking, biking, walking and running trails are available throughout the District. From winding trails amongst ponds and waterfalls throughout our xeriscape garden to long trails connecting to neighboring trails for long runs, walks and bike rides. See page 5 for a trail map or pick up a trails brochure in our lobby. To view the trails in Google Earth: www.bcmud.org (Recreation > Brushy Creek Parks & Greenbelts > Trails)

4” x 8” Brick $50 6” x 12” Paver $75 Memorial Tree: $150.00 Memorial Bench: $700.00 Memorial Drinking Fountain: $2,000.00

Visit the Community Center Garden

Plan your Community’s Future Join a District Committee • Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee

Our Garden Pavilion and Garden Arbor are available to rent for family gatherings, weddings, etc. ~ Small ponds, waterfalls, fish, colorful flowers, and illuminated walkways. Visit www.bcmud.org (Recreation > Garden) for more information and photos.

• Community Center Advisory Committee • Water and Wastewater Advisory Committee A committee member shares in the vision and mission of the District and takes part in recommendations for the benefit of the Community. Come visit any meeting to see if you’d like to join. Check the District’s website and monthly newsletter for information regarding committee meeting dates, times, agendas and packets: www. bcmud.org (Board & Committees).

Support Your Local Youth Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District Youth Scholarship Program Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District offers financial assistance for eligible youth to participate in Parks and Recreation classes, programs, and activities. The exclusive source of funding for the program is private donations. Funds of the District may not be used to provide financial assistance. As a result, the availability and amount of any financial assistance is subject to the receipt of private donations by the District to fund the program. Donations are accepted for the youth scholarship program. If you are interested, please contact the Community Center Coordinator at b.schultz@ bcmud.org. The Youth Scholarship Application Form is available on our website at: www.bcmud.org (Recreation > ‘Programs and Classes’ and ‘Youth Leagues’).

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Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


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Tot Programs

Municipal Utility District

Kinderdance II

Kinderdance I The perfect start to a little dancer’s journey begins with Kinderdance I. Learn the positions of the feet/arms, plie, releve, saute and bourre in ballet. Learn toe tap, heel dig, shuffle and chug in tap. TUESDAYS Session Dates October 8 - December 10 (9 classes) (no class Nov 26)

The next step in a little dancer’s journey continues with Kinderdance II. After a dancer has completed one year of Kinderdance I, we will keep building on the techniques of ballet and tap. Learn tendu, rond de jambe, chaine turns, etc. in ballet. Learn flaps, shuffle-hops, etc, in tap. Kinderdance I & Kinderdance II Fees Kinderdance I Kinderdance II 10:40 - 11:25am 11:30am - 12:15pm Member Resident Non-resident 210301-01

210302-01

$81

$86

S M T W T F S Month-at-a-Glance pages 32-37 www.bcmud.org

$96

January 7 - March 4 (9 classes) 210301-02 210302-02 $81 $86 $96 SATURDAYS Fees Kinderdance I Kinderdance II Session Dates 10:40 - 11:25am 11:30am - 12:15pm Member Resident Non-resident October 12 - December 14 (9 classes) 210301-03 210302-03 $81 $86 $96 (No class Nov 30)

January 11 - March 8 (9 classes) Instructor: Kinderdance Staff

210301-04 Ages: 3 - 5 years

210302-04 Ages: 4 - 6 years

Kindertots

$81

$86

$96

Leotard, tights, ballet shoes and tap shoes required.

Pre-School Play Day

Kindergym

This class is designed specifically for A beginning-level detwo year olds. Motor skill development, velopmental floor gymphysical development and coordination nastics program with will be emphasized in a fun and creative emphasis on fun, social way. Toddlers will get to use many fun and gross motor develprops to help them learn skills. They opment, physical fitness will learn fun little dances to test out and movement education. Gymnasts their new moves! Parents are welcome learn how to tumble, do individual tricks and execute skills on the balto be in the class with their toddler. ance beam. Kindertots & Kindergym TUESDAYS Session Dates October 8 - December 10 (9 classes) (no class Nov 26)

January 7 - March 4 (9 classes) SATURDAYS Session Dates October 12 - December 14 (9 classes)

Kindertots 9:30 - 10am 210304-01 210304-02 Kindergym 9:30 - 10am

Kindergym 10:05 - 10:35am Member 210303-01

$66

210303-02 $66 Kindertots 10:05 - 10:35am Member

Fees

Resident

Non-resident

$71

$81

$71 Fees

$81

Resident

Non-resident

(No class Nov 30)

210304-03

210303-03

$66

$71

$81

January 11 - March 8 (9 classes)

210304-04

210303-04

$66

$71

$81

Ages: 2 years only

Ages: 3 - 5 years

Instructor: Kinderdance Staff

No special clothing required.

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

Looking for a place for your next playdate? Every second Wednesday morning, the Gym will be open for kids and their parents to play. The Gym will be filled with all kinds of fun games and activities to keep the kids engaged and having fun: Bounce house, parachute, balls, toys, mats, age appropriate sports equipment and more! The perfect activity for preschools and playgroups! 2nd WEDNESDAY of each month 9:30 - 11:30am October 9 - March 12

311401

Ages: Pre-K Fee per Day per Child (Parents are FREE): Member $1 Resident $2 Non-resident $2

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Tot Programs & Child Play Music Forever, Music Together Music Together is a developmentally appropriate music and movement class for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and the adults who love them! Join us for fun and learning through singing, movement, percussion play, and fun musical games that are taken home along with beautiful CD’s and song books that kids can’t get enough of!

WEDNESDAYS

10 - 11am

Material Fee (per family)

Ages

FREE Sample Class for NEW families only September 4 Please register for FREE class at http://www.musicforevermt.com/sampleclasses.html January 8 so our instructor has enough supplies on hand. April 2 Sept 18 - Dec 11 $50 10-11am (12 wks) 1st Child Member $235 Resident $240 Non-resident $250 Register by September 4 and only pay $40 (No class Nov 27) 2nd Child Member $155 Resident $160 Non-resident $170 (Due to instructor 1st day of class) 21031-01 Jan 15 - Mar 26 $50 10-11am (10 wks) 1st Child Member $190 Resident $195 Non-resident $205 Register by January 1 and only pay $40 (No class Mar 12) 2nd Child Member $125 Resident $130 Non-resident $140 (Due to instructor 1st day of class) 21031-02 $50 Apr 9 - June 11 1st Child Member $190 Resident $195 Non-resident $205 Register by March 26 10-11am (10 wks) and only pay $40 2nd Child Member $125 Resident $130 Non-resident $140 21031-03 (Due to instructor 1st day of class)

Parent & Child 0 - 5 years Instructor: Becky Melear www.musicforevermt.com

Child Play The Brushy Creek Community Center offers child play for the convenience of members during selected hours.

Hours of Operation

Rates

Monday

8am-11am & 5pm-8pm

Tuesday

8am-1pm

Payment is due at the time of reservation into the child play area

& 5pm-8pm

Wednesday 8am-11am & 5pm-8pm Thursday

8am-1pm

Friday

8am-Noon

Saturday

8am-Noon

& 5pm-8pm

$2 per hour first child $1 per sibling thereafter $20 convenience pass $75 Annual Child Play Family Pass (available with any membership)

Children in the child play area are supervised by staff. Guidelines and policies are posted at the Community Center.

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Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


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Elementary Age ~ Camps

Municipal Utility District

Camp Frozen Fox & Camp Spring Fox Still have to work when the kids are out for the Holidays or for Spring Break? At Brushy Creek campers will enjoy days full of fun, games, sports, crafts, and more while participating in creative theme days. Some days will include field trips. Please send a lunch and a beverage for your child. A snack will be provided. Advanced registration is required.

MON / THUR / FRI 9am - 5pm Field Trip

Ages: K - 5th grade

3-Day Set December 23, 26 & 27 220407-08

Camp Frozen Fox

Monday, December 23

220407-10

Thursday, December 26

220407-11

Friday, December 27

220407-12 Field Trip

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

MON - FRI

9am - 5pm Field Trip

Full Week March 10 - 14 220416

3-Day Set December 30, January 2 & 3 220407-09

Monday, March 10

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Monday, December 30

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Tuesday, March 11

Thursday, January 2

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Wednesday, March 12 220416-04

Friday, January 3

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Thursday, March 13

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Friday, March 14

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Fees for Camp Frozen Fox

Member

Resident

Non-resident

Fee per Day

$25

$30

$40

Fee for each 3-Day Set

$70

$85

$110

Fee for ALL 6 Camp Frozen Fox Days

$135

$165

$215

Pre-Camp (7-9am) & Post-Camp (5-6pm) available with pre-registration

FREE

$4/day

$4/day

Fees for Camp Spring Fox

Member Resident

Camp Spring Fox

Non-resident

Fee per Day

$25

$30

$40

Fee for ALL 5 Camp Spring Fox Days

$115

$140

$190

Pre-Camp (7-9am) & Post-Camp (5-6pm) available with pre-registration

FREE

$4/day

$4/day

Spring Break Adventure Camp Spring Break Adventure Camp is a chance for adventure, exploration and skill development. Your child will have the opportunity to challenge themselves and establish new friendships. It is our goal to provide your child with a safe, fun experience that will be remembered. We will accomplish this goal through games, activities, sports, field trips and swimming. MONDAY - FRIDAY

March 10-14

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9am - 5pm

Ages: 11 - 14 230401 For pricing and more information, visit www.bcmud.org Instructor: Brushy Creek Staff Pre-Camp (7-9am) & Post-Camp (5-6pm) available with pre-registration

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Elementary & Middle School ~ Programs Art Adventures Pack your bags and get ready to explore the world of art in these one-day workshops! Each workshop will focus on a different theme and students will leave with completed art.

SATURDAYS

10:30am - 12:30pm

November 9 220101-01 Printmaking December 14 220101-02 Folk Art January 26 220101-03 Animals Ages: 6 - 11 years Fee per Session: Member $25 Resident $30 Non-resident $40 Instructor: Chris Pecsenye

Individual Guitar Lessons Individual instruction in form, technique, sight reading, chording, rhythm and strumming. Lessons are tailored to each students needs and interests, as well as those of the parent(s), if applicable. Students will need to have their own instrument. THURSDAYS

Oct 3, 10, 17 & 24

4-Week Course

Jan 9, 16, 23 & 30

Oct 31, Nov 7, 14 & 29

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Dec 5, 12 & 19 Mar 6, 13, 20 & 27 Please contact the Instructor at jprich4521@gmail.com to register & schedule your individual 30-minute lessons. Ages: All Ages Fee: Member $85 Resident $90 Non-resident $100 Instructor: Jonathan Howard

Parents Night Out FRIDAYS Enjoy sports, games, playground time, and entertainment - all supervised by our staff. Dinner and a snack are provided. Don’t forget your sleeping bag for movie time! Advance registration is required and space is limited. (Children must be potty trained to attend).

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October 11 5:30 - 10:30pm 220401-01 *Extended time for Music in the Park attendees* November 8 5:30 - 10:00pm 220401-03 December 20 5:30 - 10:00pm 220401-02 January 17 5:30 - 10:00pm 220401-04 February 14 5:30 - 10:30pm 220401-05 *In conjunction with our Lock-in at the Rec* March 7 5:30 - 10:30pm 220401-06 *Extended time for Music in the Park attendees* Ages: 3 - 10 years Fees: Member $12 Resident $15 Non-resident $25 Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


Teen, Adult & Senior Programs

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Red Cross CPR/AED Certification Learn skills needed to recognize and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies until advanced medical personnel arrive. Course covers adult & child certifications and meets requirements for recertification for CPR/AED.

1-Day Session

5:30pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday, November 12

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Tuesday, March 18

Ages: 15 years and up Member Fee Resident Fee Non-resident Fee $50 $55 $65

CPR/AED Certification valid for 2 years. Instructor: Red Cross Certified BCMUD Staff

Red Cross CPR/AED + First Aid Certification Learn skills needed to recognize and care for breathing & cardiac emergencies while providing basic care for sudden injuries until advanced medical personnel arrive. Covers adult & child certifications and meets requirements for recertification. CPR/AED Certification valid for 2 years. First Aid valid for 2 years. Instructor: Red Cross Certified BCMUD Staff

2-Day Sessions Session I Session II

Time

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Tuesday, Nov 12 Wednesday, Nov 13 Tuesday, Mar 18 Wednesday, Mar 19

5:30 - 10pm 6 - 9pm 5:30 - 10pm 6 - 9pm

Ages: 15 years and up Member Fee $65

Resident Fee $70

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Non-resident Fee $80

Red Cross Babysitter Training Want to learn about: Feeding and diaper changing? How to handle a safety-related problem? Recognize how to guide children in safe play? You can! Sign up for this fun and educational class. Participants who take the course and pass a written test will receive Red Cross Baby Sitter Certification. Please bring a sack lunch.

1-Day Session

10:30am - 5:00pm

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Saturday, October 12 Saturday, January 25 Additional classes are available by appointment for groups of 3 or more. Ages: 11 - 15 years Member Fee Resident Fee Non-resident Fee $65 $70 $80 Instructor: BC Red Cross Instructor

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Join us for these

Special Events

Special Events - pages 14-17 & back cover

National Night Out Join us at parks throughout the District to provide safe, family fun entertainment for the Texas National Night Out. View www.bcmud.org for time & locations. TUESDAY

October 1

Time TBD

Ages: All Fee: FREE

Teen Dodgeball Night

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Teens, are you ready for an awesome night of dodgeball action? This is a six-player per team coed tournament. Round up your friends and start thinking of a team theme/ costumes! This is a teen only event! Refreshments and music will be provided! Prizes for tournament winners. Saturday, October 5

7:30 - 10:00pm

Age: 13 - 17

$10.00 per team

New Resident Meet & Greet Did you move to Brushy Creek since April 2013? We want a chance to meet you and welcome you into our District. Join us at the Brushy Creek Community Center for a welcome reception in your honor. There will be hors d’oeuvres, punch, center tours, a chance to learn all about and meet our Committee Members, Board Members and Staff, and activities for the kids in the Game Room or Child Play Room.

THURSDAY October 17 6 - 8pm Ages: Adults who have moved into the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District since April 2013. Fee: FREE for new residents Sponsored by the Brushy Creek Programs Staff

Spookyfest 2013 Join us at the SENDERO SPRINGS PAVILION for this Spooktastic Family Halloween festival! There will be trick or treating, pumpkin painting, a cake walk, a storyteller, bounce castles, games, and of course, a costume contest with prizes! All ages are welcome, though this event is geared for 2 to 9 year olds and their families. SATURDAY October 19

Noon - 2pm

Ages: Families

Fee: ** FREE **

Hosted by: BC Programs Staff with support from the Sendero Springs HOA

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Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


Special Events Freaky Friday

Special Events pages 14-17 & back cover

Monster Mash

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All 4th and 5th graders should head over to the Community Center for their very own Halloween Party! Costume contest, music, karaoke, food and a “haunted trail” will all await them! Grab your friends and we will see you there, if you aren’t too afraid! Advance registration is requested.

Put on your favorite costume, get your best guys and ghouls ready for a fright of a night! There will be dancing, karaoke, food, a haunted trail and a costume contest. Can’t wait to see you scared! Advance registration is requested.

FRIDAY

FRIDAY October 25 8 - 10pm Ages: 6th - 8th graders

October 25

5 - 7pm

Ages: 4th & 5th graders Fee per Event: Member $6 Resident $8 Non-resident $12

Fee per Event: Member $6 Resident $8 Non-resident $12

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Fall Creek Clean Up Join us at Creekside Park to help clean up Brushy Creek! Meet at the picnic table by the tennis courts to pick up supplies and sign-in. A bounce castle will be available at the end of the event for participants. Please wear long pants, closed toed shoes and a hat. Gloves, sunscreen and insect repellent will be provided. Patches available for participants. Please call (512) 255-7871 x405 to reserve your patch.

SATURDAY October 26 9:00am - 11:00am Creekside Park

Doggy Play Day & Pumpkin Run 5K Bring your favorite canine to the Creekside Trail head on Saturday, October 26, for the third Doggy Play Day and Pumpkin Run 5K. There will be a fun run/walk for pets and their owners, costume contests and games to keep tails wagging. Local vendors that deal in dog related goods or services, please contact b.schultz@bcmud.org to inquire about booth space at this event. SATURDAY October 26 5K Registration at 8:30am 5K begins at 9:00am Play Day until 11:00am Fee: FREE

Fee $5

Ages: Dogs and their owners. Children are welcome but only with direct adult supervision. Instructor: BC Staff

Dogs must be on a leash at all times.

Brushy Creek 5K Trail Series Come hit the District trails for the 5K Trail Series. The series consists of 6 races throughout the year, rotated through the District’s trails. All proceeds will go to trail improvements, trail markers, and trail maintenance. Runners of all levels welcome! Point totals will be kept across the series with prizes for race and series winners! SATURDAY October 26 9:00am Pumpkin 5K 351201-04 Creekside Trail Head Ages: All Ages

Pre-registration begins one half hour before race starts December 7 Noon March 22 8:00am Jingle 5K 351201-05 351201-06 Cat Hollow Park Sendero Springs Trail Fee: $5/race

Instructor: BC Staff

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Special Events

Special Events - pages 14-17 & back cover

Senior Celebration Social

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Brushy Creek loves our senior citizens and want to offer a special day just for them! Our resident seniors can join us on November 12 for a senior-focused social. For more details on the location and activities, please visit www.bcmud.org. TUESDAY

November 12

11am - 2pm

Ages: Seniors Fee: FREE, but please register so we have enough supplies on hand. Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Children’s Book Day Celebration & Texas Recycles Day Join us at the Community Center to learn about recycling, up-cycling and participate in recycling crafts at this event celebrating Texas and America Recycles Day. Please bring a book you have previously enjoyed to exchange with others. We will also have a book drive to collect books for those in need. The District will host games and storytelling activities. Patches available for participants. Please call (512) 255-7871 x405 to reserve your patch. FRIDAY

November 15

Ages: All

3:30 - 5pm

Fee: Free

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Parent’s Shopping Day

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We all know shopping with young children is a challenge, especially during the holidays. So to help out, Brushy Creek is offering the Parent’s Shopping Day! We will entertain your children with games, crafts, sports, and a movie while you get your shopping done. Leave them with us the entire time or just the amount of time you need. Please send your child with a lunch and a beverage. A snack will be provided. Advance registration is required. Children must be potty trained. SATURDAY December 14

10am - 4pm

Ages: 3 - 10 years

Fee: Member $12 Resident $15 Non-resident $25 Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Snow Ball

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Winter Wonderland

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Come enjoy this special Winter Party for 4th & 5th graders ONLY! Dress in your winter wear and join us for snacks, drinks, karaoke, and a DJ. Space is limited, so please register in advance.

Oh the weather outside may be frightful, but inside it will be so delightful as Middle Schoolers get to enjoy their own Winter Wonderland dance! This event will include music, food, karaoke, drinks and dancing.

FRIDAY January 31

FRIDAY January 31

5 - 7pm Ages: 4th & 5th graders Fee: Member $6 Resident $8 Non-resident $12

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8 - 10pm Ages: 6th - 8th graders

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


Special Events

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Special Events pages 14-17 & back cover

Mother & Son Dance

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Soccer Moms and their Super Stars will create special memories at the 6th Annual Mother & Son Dance. Wear your favorite team’s colors and join us for a nacho bar, games (including a Mother vs. Son kickball game!) and even a little dancing, including a dance-off with trophies for the winners! Each pair will take home a souvenir picture. Advance registration is recommended.

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FRIDAY

February 7

6 - 9pm

Ages: All Ages Fee: Member Couple $10 Resident Couple $15 Non-resident Couple $25 Additional Sons $4 Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Lock-In @ the Community Center

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What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than a Lock-In @ the Community Center! Leave mom and dad at home while we enjoy inflatables, fun competitions, crafts, food, movies and a dance competition! FRIDAY February 14 - 15 5:30pm - 6am Ages: 13 - 18 years Fee: Member $25 Resident $30 Non-resident $40 Instructor: BC Staff

Night Out at the Rec

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Teenagers, are you looking for something fun to do over spring break? Come join us for a night full of exciting sport contests and games. Lowered goal dunk contest, three point contest and other sport-specific contests are just a few of the exciting events we have planned. Prizes for contestants and refreshments will be provided. WEDNESDAY

March 12

Ages: 13 - 18 years Instructor: BC Staff

8:30 - 11:30pm Fee: $5

Brushy Creek’s Got Talent!

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We all know Brushy Creek has some really talented residents and March 29 is their day to prove it! We invite all performance groups and talented individuals to participate in the Fifth Annual Brushy Creek Talent Show! All ages and types of performances can participate! Local school groups will be selling concessions and prizes will be awarded for Judge’s Favorite, Best Solo Performance, Best Group Performance, Best Musical Performance, and Best Dance Performance. Make sure you come out and support your favorite talent since the final award, Brushy Creek’s BEST Talent, will be voted on by the audience! There are only 30 performance spots available, so please get your act registered as soon as possible by contacting b.schultz@bcmud.org. SATURDAY March 29 6 - 9pm Fee: FREE to attend, $5 per competing team/individual

Ages: All Ages Instructor: BC Programs Staff

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Tennis ~ Youth & AdultSpecial Lessons Events - pages 16-18 & back cover Youth Tennis Classes Instructor: Nancy Rushefsky or KidFit Tennis Staff kidfit.tennis@yahoo.com 512-632-0672 www.KidFit-Tennis.com

Mondays

Level Descriptions Little Ones: Very basic for 4–6 year old age group.

Sept 9 - Dec 2 (no class Oct 14)

Thursdays

Beginner: Needs no prior experi-

Sept 12 - Dec 5

Advanced Beginner: Handles mid-

Thursdays

ence. Will learn basic, mid-court groundstrokes and volleys. (7-17 year old age group) court groundstrokes and easy volleys. Will progress toward full-court groundstrokes, tougher volleys, and learn scoring system. (7-17 year old age group)

Almost Intermediate: Some control on full-court stationary shots; will learn directional control and hitting while on the run, serve, topspin, slice, shot selection and implementation. (917 year old age group)

Intermediate: Has good control on

full court shots and moderate volleys. Will learn topspin, slice, serve, half volleys, specialty shots, and match-play strategy. (9-17 year old age group)

(no class Oct 31, Nov 28)

Jan 9 - Feb 27 Mondays Mar 3 - May 19 Thursdays Mar 20 - May 29

Beginner / Advanced Beginner Almost Intermediate / Intermediate Combo Class 6:30-7:30pm Combo Class 7:30-8:30pm no session 221001-01 221001-02 Fee: Member: $168 Resident $173 Non-resident $178 Little Ones Beginner Advanced Beginners Almost Intermediate Intermediate 3:45-4:15pm 4:15-5:15pm 5:15-6:15pm 6:15-7:15pm 7:15-8:15pm 221002-01 221002-02 221002-03 221002-04 221002-05 Fee: Little Ones: Member $121 Resident $126 Non-resident $131 All Others: Member $154 Resident $159 Non-resident $164 Little Ones Beginner Advanced Beginners Almost Intermediate Intermediate 3:45-4:15pm 4:15-5:15pm 5:15-6:15pm 6:15-7:15pm 7:15-8:15pm 221003-01 221003-02 221003-03 221003-04 221003-05 Fee: Little Ones: Member $92 Resident $97 Non-resident $102 All Others: Member $112 Resident $117 Non-resident $122 Beginner / Advanced Beginner Almost Intermediate / Intermediate Little Ones Combo Class 6:30-7:30pm Combo Class 7:30-8:30pm no session 221004-01 221004-02 Fee: Member $154 Resident $159 Non-resident $164 Little Ones Beginner Advanced Beginners Almost Intermediate Intermediate 3:45-4:15pm 4:15-5:15pm 5:15-6:15pm 6:15-7:15pm 7:15-8:15pm 221005-01 221005-02 221005-03 221005-04 221005-05 Fee: Little Ones: Member $127 Resident $132 Non-resident $137 All Others: Member $154 Resident $159 Non-resident $164 Little Ones

* All classes are held at the Creekside Park Tennis Courts. Each child should bring a new can of unopened balls to the first day of class.

Adult Tennis Classes Adult League Play

Adult Tennis Skills Clinic

Private Tennis Lessons

This league play will be a mix of singles and/or doubles depending on the number of participants per session. The league play will give you an opportunity to focus on your skills learned from the clinic in a game situation. Each participant is required to bring one can of unopened balls on the first night of the session.

Develop the fundamental skills for a tennis match: Groundstroke, volley, serve, return of serve, overhead. Learn basic drills to help you enhance your game. All skill levels welcome.

Groups of 1-4 players develop skills together. Please contact Amanda to arrange lessons.

WEDNESDAYS 7:30 - 9pm 251001 October 2 - 23 January 8 - 29 October 30 - November 20 February 5 - 26 November 27 - December 18 March 5 - 26 Ages: 17 years - Adult Fee: Member $60 Resident: $65 Non-resident $75

WEDNESDAYS and/or SUNDAYS 6:30 - 7:30pm October 2 - 27 October 30 - November 24 November 27 - December 22 Ages: 17 years - Adult Fee: Member Sundays Only $80 Wednesdays Only $80 Both Days $140

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January 5 - 29 February 2 - 26 March 2 - 26 Resident Non-resident $85 $95 $85 $95 $145 $155

WEEKENDS, EVENINGS, & MORNINGS Ages: 17 years - Adult Price is per Member person Private Lesson $55/hour Group of 2 $40/hour Group of 3 $30/hour Group of 4 $25/hour

All Adult Clinics and Lessons will be taught by USPTA Instructor, Amanda Barkema, AmandaBarkema@gmail.com at the Creekside Tennis Courts

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Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.

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Resident Non-resident $60/hour $45/hour $35/hour $30/hour

$70/hour $55/hour $45/hour $40/hour


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Golf & Hip Hop

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Golf For Life Golf For Life is a comprehensive program that teaches skills for golf and skills for life. With high-energy activities, students receive in-depth training in golf fundamentals, as well as develop critical traits like teamwork, goal-setting, and striving for their personal best. Our highly-developed, three-tiered curriculum is designed to make learning golf fun for every child! Students who have taken this class previously will be challenged and increase their skill. THURSDAYS 3:30 - 4:30pm Sept 5 - Oct 10 221501

Oct 17 - Nov 21 221501

SATURDAYS 10 - 11am

Winter Break Camp Jan 30 - Mar 6 221501

Sept 7 - Oct 12 Oct 19 - Nov 24 Feb 1 - Mar 8 221502 221502 221502 Fee: Member $120 Resident $125 Non-resident $135

MONDAY - THURSDAY

9am - 1pm

December 30 - January 2

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Fee: Member $160 Resident $165 Non-resident $175 Ages: Entering K - 5th grade Instructor: Golf in Schools USA Staff

Disc Golf BC Disc Golf Tournaments

Disc Golf Course Visit our 5268 foot-long,18-hole Disc Golf Course located on the Liberty Walk Greenbelt on Liberty Walk Drive across the street from Cat Hollow Park. - 26.16 acres - Large grass areas & trees - Several benches throughout greenbelt

The BC Sports and Fitness Department is proud to offer a series of Disc Golf Tournaments held at the Cat Hollow Disc Golf Course. The tournaments will be a twoperson scramble format. The divisions will be broken down by experience (Novice or Open) depending on the number of registrations we receive. Prizes for divisions winners, and closest to the pin. SUNDAY November 17 Ages: 10 years - Adult

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Fee before November 16: $20 per Team Fee morning of Event: $30 per Team. Must be registered by 8:30am on the day of event

Disc Golf Map & Scorecard is available at: www.bcmud.org (Recreation > Brushy Creek Parks & Greenbelts)

Instructor: BC Fitness Staff

Youth Hip Hop Get your kids moving! They will gain better coordination, build self confidence and most importantly, HAVE FUN! Simple routines will be taught and fun dance games will be played. Get them exercising in a way that just feels like fun!

WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS

3:15 - 4pm

October 2 - 18 320301-04

January 8 - 24 320301-07

November 6 - 22 320301-05

February 5 - 21 320301-08

December 4 - 20 320301-06

March 19 - April 4 320301-09

Ages: 8 - 12 years Member $25 Resident $30 Non-resident $40 Instructor: Cheyenne McCord

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Fencing & Martial Arts Round Rock Fencing Club Teaching the Olympic style of the ancient sport of swordplay. Exercises, drills, games, and sparring included. All equipment is provided. MUST wear long pants, athletic shoes, and t-shirt. NOTE: Coach’s prior approval required before enrolling in Intermediate / Advanced.

Session Dates September 17 - October 24 October 29 - December 5 December 10 - January 30 (no class 12/24, 12/26, 12/31) February 4 - March 13 Ages: 7 years and up

Beginners

Intermediate / Advanced

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TUESDAYS 6:30pm - 7:30pm 170606-01 260601-01

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 5:00pm - 6:30pm 170606-02 260601-02

260603-01 Fees: Member $115 Resident $120 Non-resident $130

260603-02 Fees: Member $125 Resident $130 Non-resident $140

Fencing Instructor: Prevost d’ Armes Coach Gary Murray (512) 819-4097 www.RoundRockFencingClub.com

Taekwondo The Brushy Creek ATA is part of the American Taekwondo Association, the premier North American organization dedicated to the martial arts discipline of Taekwondo. Our programs engage both the mind and body; we focus on improving fitness, strength, flexibility, and self-defense skills, as well as maintaining a positive mental attitude. Classes are structured with a variety of activities used as training tools including: forms, sparring, board breaking, self-defense techniques, and Korean weapons use.

Class Schedule

Age Level Tuesday Thursday Friday Elementary School 5:15 - 6:00 pm 5:00 - 5:45 pm Middle School 6:00 - 6:45 pm 5:45 - 6:30 pm High School & Adult 6:30 - 7:30 pm 6:30 - 7:30 pm Leadership 6:45 - 7:45 pm Private Lessons 5:30 - 6:30 pm Ages: 5 - Adult Monthly Fee:

Non-resident $105

Instructor: Syama Mehta (512) 917-7596

Month October November December January February March

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Member $90 Resident $95 Leadership: +$35

Registration Information

Taekwondo Class Leadership Class Addition 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901 270901

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


Youth Sports ~ Soccer & Running Events Brushy Creek Spring Youth Soccer League

WEDNESDAYS Registration: Members: December 2 - February 14 Open: December 9 - February 14

4 years old 111350 Ages: 3 - 6 years

6 years old

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Youth Swim/Run Training Group

Join Brushy Creek’s youth soccer league! This recreational co-ed league focuses on players’ skill development, teamwork, self-esteem, and good sportsmanship. Players will play seven 3-on-3 games, with one practice a week. All games will be played at the Community Park Field on Wednesday evenings. Practice fields will be provided within the District. Two age divisions (3 & 4 years and 5 & 6 years).

Season Starts: March 19 3 years old 111350 5 years old

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Give your child a head start on the next swim team and Tri season. Join Brushy Creek’s Aquatics and Fitness Staff for a swim/run training group. The training will concentrate on swim stroke improvements, running techniques and overall improved fitness. The group meets weekly at the Sendero Springs Pool. WEDNESDAYS 5 - 6pm January 29 - March 5 Ages: 7 - 15 years

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Fee: Member $60 Resident: $65 Non-resident $75 Instructor: BC Aquatics & Fitness Staff

Fee: Member $75 Resident $80 Non-resident $90

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Hairy Man 5K Training Program & Race Join us for an eight week training program to get you prepared to run in the Hairy Man 5K (3.1 miles) on September 28. This group will meet one evening per week and run on their own two days a week. The fee includes your entry fee to the race, expert training, nutritional advice, and a race t-shirt. Enjoy the scenic wonders along the Williamson County Regional Trail along the banks of Brushy Creek for this Fun Run! Race is Saturday, September 28, 8am Training: WEDNESDAYS July 24 - September 18

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Training & Race Fee: Member $70 Resident: $75 Non-resident $85 Race Only: SATURDAY 8am September 28 Individual 171201 Family 171201 Race Only Fee: Individual $20 Family $45 Instructor: Janet Williams

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Brushy Creek Running Club Our goal is to encourage fitness and a healthy lifestyle through running and walking in the Brushy Creek area. The club is open to beginner through experienced runners and walkers. Participants work with an instructor for group workouts. Workouts vary between track and speed work, plyometrics, tempo and timed runs and walks. Participate in informal Saturday long runs or walks. TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 5:45 - 6:45am October 1 - March 25 351202 Fee: Member $65 Resident: $70 Non-resident $80 Instructor: Janet Williams

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Youth Sports ~ Basketball League & Programs Brushy Creek Winter Youth Basketball League

Current Grade

Our recreational youth league is designed for kids to learn the fundamentals of the game, develop self-esteem, understand the value of teamwork and good sportsmanship, while having FUN! This league consists of both boy and girl divisions. Six games (for all divisions) plus an end-of-season tournament for 4th grade & up.

K-1 Boys & Girls 220250

SATURDAY Games, Weeknight Practice Community Center Registration: Members: Sept 9 - November 25 Season Starts: January 18 Open: Sept 16 - November 25 Tournament: March 1 (4th grade & up) Fees: Member Resident Non-resident K-3rd Grade: $70 $80 $95 Ages: K - 10th Grade 4th-10th Grade: $70 $80 $105

2nd grade

Boys 220251 Girls 220252

3rd grade

Boys 220251 Girls 220252

4th grade

Boys 220253 Girls 220254

5th grade

Boys 220253 Girls 220254

6th grade

Boys 230255 Girls 230256

7th grade

Boys 230257 Girls 230258

8th grade

Boys 230259 Girls 230260

9th grade

Boys 240261 Girls 240262

10th grade

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Coach Castle Basketball Join Coach Rick Castle for camp, private coaching sessions, and group lessons! Participants should bring a water bottle, snack, and wear basketball appropriate clothing.

Get Ready for Tryouts Camp

Spring Break Camp

Coach Castle Basketball is SUNDAY 2 - 5pm here to help you get ready for October 20 & 27 230301 basketball tryouts! The camp will provide you with an oppor- Ages: 7th - 9th grade tunity to work on the skills you Fee: Member $75 Resident $80 will need to make the team, as Non-resident $90 well as introduce you to some of the drills you are likely to see at tryouts. This is a great way for you to brush-up in preparation for tryouts. You will understand the expectations that coaches have and what they are looking for when evaluating players.

Coach Castle MONDAY - TUESDAY Baskeball SPRING 9am - Noon BREAK Camp is March 10 - 11 230202 back in 2014! This Ages: 4th - 8th grade 2-day camp proFee: Member $70 vides a fun learnResident $75 ing environment to Non-resident $85 players of all skill levels and includes fundamental skills, drills, competitions and scrimmages. All players are encouraged to work hard, have fun, compete and be a good teammate. Camp registration includes a camp t-shirt & water bottle.

Basketball Group Sessions

Private Coaching Sessions

Organize groups of two or more players and register together to begin improving in skill areas of your choosing. Sessions are tailored to best meet the needs of the players. Register by appointment for 1-10 sessions at a time.

Get one-on-one instruction and 100% of the coach’s attention. These sessions can cover any combination of basketball skills and will be tailored to suit the player’s needs and skill level. Players may register for 1-10 sessions at a time.

Schedule 1 - 10 Group Sessions

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Group Size

Member

Resident

Non-res

2 Players

$40

$45

$55

3 Players

$30

$35

$45

4-6 Players

$25

$30

$40

7+ Players

$15

$20

$30

Ages: Entering 4th grade and up

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By Appointment

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# of Private Sessions:

Fee (per Player per 60 min Session)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Ages: Entering 4th grade and up Fee (per player, per 1-hour session): Member $50 Resident $55 Non-resident $65

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


Youth Sports ~ Basketball, Football & Tee Ball

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Basketball Skills Class

Little Dribblers

This program is designed to be an instructional basketball class, focusing on the fundamentals of the game. Basketball drills, discussions, and demonstrations, will be a part of this class. Players of all skill levels will benefit from this class!

Introduce your child to the game of basketball in a safe and encouraging environment. Your Little Dribbler will learn basic motor skills necessary to play organized basketball, working one-on-one and spending quality time with their parents.

Your little hitter will learn basic motor skills for organized tee ball, baseball, and softball in a fun non-threatening environment. Little Hitters will spend quality time with their parents while having fun.

WEDNESDAYS January 15 - February 19 Ages: 3rd - 5th grade

TUESDAYS 5 - 5:45pm November 12 - December 3 210201 Ages: 3 - 5 years

TUESDAYS March 18 - April 8

3:15 - 4:15pm 220201

Little Hitters

Fee: Member $55 Resident $60 Non-resident $70

Fee: Member $35 Resident $40 Non-resident $50

Pre-K (3-5 years) 5 - 5:45pm 211701 Fee: Member $35 Resident $40 Non-resident $50

Instructor: Blake Grable

Instructor: BC Staff

Instructor: BC Staff

Flag Football League Are you ready for some football? This recreational co-ed league focuses on players’ skill development, teamwork, self-esteem, and good sportsmanship. Flag football offers a low-contact, continuous action sport. All games will be played at the Community Park Field. Practice fields will be provided within the District. The season consists of 6 games for three age divisions. TUESDAYS and / or THURSDAYS Registration: Members: January 9 - March 21 Open: January 16 - March 21 Season Starts: April 15 1st or 2nd grade 3rd or 4th grade 5th or 6th grade 120850 120851 120852 Ages: 1st - 6th grade

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Fee: Member $75 Resident $80 Non-resident $90

Brushy Creek Spring Youth Tee Ball League This league is sure to be a hit! Tee Ball is an entry-level league to introduce young players to baseball. Players will develop their skills while focusing on the basic fundamentals of throwing, catching, and hitting. Players all hit from an adjustable batting tee. Games are played on Saturday mornings with one practice each week. The league is geared toward helping establish the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play. The season consists of 6 games.

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

SATURDAYS Registration: Members: Jan 2 - March 14 Open: Jan 9 - March 14 Season Starts: April 15 3 & 4 year olds 5 & 6 year olds 111750 121751 Ages: 3 - 6 years old co-ed Fee: Member $75 Resident $80 Non-resident $90

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Youth Sports ~ Volleyball Brushy Creek Spring Youth Volleyball League Bump, set, and spike your way to fun! Our recreational youth league is designed for kids to learn the fundamentals of the game, develop self-esteem, understand the value of teamwork and good sportsmanship, while having FUN! Weeknight practice and Saturday games will be held at the Community Center.

SATURDAYS

Current Grade

Ages: 3rd - 8th grade

3rd grade 121850 6th grade 131852

Registration - Click on chart to register online

4th grade 121850

Members: January 2 - February 28 Open: January 9 - February 28

7th grade 131853

5th grade 121851 8th grade 131854 Fee: Member $70 Resident $80 Non-resident $95

Season Starts: April 5 (no games April 19) Tournament: May 24

Coach Deborah Newkirk, Coach ‘Em Up, LLC Volleyball School

Semi-Private Volleyball Lessons Coach Newkirk is offering weekly sessions of small group off-season volleyball training. These one-hour training sessions will be aggressive, move quickly and insist on the focused and driven young player(s). Each session will have at least 3 players with a maximum of 12 per training group. This is a “Prepare for Club” or Select Volleyball Training. Athletes will receive 1-on-1 instruction including position training, conditioning/jump training, and team development concepts. Small group training will increase the number of “touches” and allow for complimenting player development training (backrow specialist may dig, while hitters hit and setters set). Small Training Groups must be prepared prior to enrolling. Please consider player(s) work ethic, skill level, volleyball goals, and age. Summer 1-Hour Training Sessions Contact Coach Newkirk prior to enrolling to reserve a floor, training session dates/times at www.CoachEmUpTexas.com # of Sessions:

Member Fee

Resident Fee

NonResident Fee

6

$240

$245

$255

10

$350

$355

$365

12

$360

$365

$375

Attention Youth Volleyball Players! Brushy Creek is excited to offer an enrichment program to our youth volleyball league! To compliment the instruction of your Brushy Creek volleyball team coach, we would like to offer all players in 3rd-6th grades VOLLEYBALL SCHOOL. Join Coach Deborah Newkirk of Coach ‘Em Up, LLC, for 8 weeks of getting ready for the next contest instruction. Coach Newkirk’s instruction will focus on the SERVE! Are you ready for overhand serving? Do you have a system to your serving approach to gain more consistency and rhythm? Passing, hitting and footwork will also be taught. Building confidence will be the ultimate goal, while instilling a strong sense of game fundamentals. See you on the court! MONDAYS

October 7 - November 11

3rd - 6th grade 4-5pm Ages: 3rd - 6th grade

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Fee: Member $80 Resident $85 Non-resident $95

Ages: 3rd - 10th grade

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Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.

Spring Break Volleyball Camp This camp is the perfect warm up for the spring volleyball season. Passing, court positioning and footwork will be taught. Campers will also learn how to communicate with teammates and develop on-court awareness. See you on the court! MONDAY - WEDNESDAY March 10 - 12 Ages: 3rd - 6th grade

1 - 4pm

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Fee: Member $90 Resident $95 Non-resident $105


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Adult Sports ~ Leagues & Programs

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Adult Leagues Adult Co-Ed Volleyball

Adult Basketball

The Adult Volleyball League is one of Brushy Creek’s most popular sports! Practice your digging, blocking, setting and hitting in the division that suits your skill level. Brushy Creek offers Recreational, Intermediate and Competitive Divisions! Players must be at least 16.

Get your teams together for another fun-filled season! Register your team now for one of the best adult basketball leagues in the area! Adult Basketball Leagues * THURSDAYS Fall

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball Leagues *

WEDNESDAYS Fall League: Recreational Intermediate Competitive Winter League: Recreational Intermediate Competitive Spring League: Recreational Intermediate Competitive

Registration Date

Season Start Date

September 1 - 30

October 8

250202 September 1 - 30 October 9

Spring 150202 March 3 - April 1

April 10

*

If you are an individual without a team, please contact Bryan Thompson at b.thompson@bcmud.org to be placed on the “Free Agent List”.

January 8

Instructor: Bryan Thompson

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Season Start Date

Winter 250203 December 2 - 31 January 9

251802 December 2 - 31

Registration Date

Fee Volleyball & Basketball Leagues: Member Team $205

April 10

(at least ½ must be members)

Non-member Team $285

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(more than ½ are non-members)

R.I.P.P.E.D.

Yoga in the Park

BC 50 Fitness

R.I.P.P.E.D. is a total body, high intensity style program, utilizing free weights, resistance and body weight --- Resistance, Intervals, Power, Plyometrics, and Endurance as the workout portion along with Diet suggestions to help you attain and maintain your physique in ways that are fun, safe, doable and extremely effective. Each component of the workout provides an uniquely different emphasis or system response, so your body never gets accustomed to the constantly changing format.

Come join us for a FREE monthly yoga class! The classes will rotate between the Community Center Garden Pavilion, the Cat Hollow Park Pavilion, and the Sendero Springs Park Pavilion. The classes are open to everyone 14 and up and are a great way to kick start your day! In case of inclement weather, the class will be held at the Community Center.

BC 50 is a program specifically designed to help those who want to lose 50 pounds or more. The Brushy Creek fitness team has partnered up with other fitness industry professionals to provide a program built for success in lifestyle change.

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS September 24 - October 17 October 29 - November 21 January 7 - 30 February 11 - March 6 March 18 - April 10

5:40 - 6:30am 250704-01 250704-02 250704-03 250704-04 250704-05

3rd SATURDAY of each month

8am

October 19 - Cat Hollow Park Pavilion March 15 - Community Center Garden Pavilion Ages: 14 years - Adult Fee: FREE Instructor: BC Fitness Staff

The BC 50 is a comprehensive program that begins with providing the correct mind set, information and support to help you start your journey to a healthier you! The program will consist of weekly workout routines and guest speakers ranging from nutritionists to sports equipment providers. MONDAYS

6:30 - 7:30pm

January 13 - March 3

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Ages: Adult Fee: Member $80 Resident $85 Non-resident $95

Ages: 15 years - Adult Fee: Member $40 Resident $45 Non-resident $55 Instructor: BC Staff

Instructor: BC Staff

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Badminton, Racquetball & Wallyball Court Schedules

Open Gym Schedule

Mondays 8:00 - 9:45 pm Volleyball Tuesdays 8:00 - 9:45 pm Basketball Wednesdays 8:00 - 9:45 pm Volleyball Saturdays 5:00 - 9:45pm Badminton

Racquetball Courts

This gym schedule is subject to change at any time due to program needs (i.e., Youth Sports, Camps, Rentals, etc.). If you have questions, comments, or requests, please contact Tyler Bybee, Sports and Fitness Lead, at 512-255-7871 x225 or t.bybee@bcmud.org. See the Gym Schedule at the Brushy Creek Community Center for other days and times.

BC Badminton Club Come join our growing club and enjoy great exercise and friendly competition at every level. Our top-of-the-line facility offers the perfect climate to improve your game. *League play will take priority over open play - See badminton league schedule. Badminton Open Play Hours October 2013 - March 2014 Tuesdays Ages: All 7:00 - 9:45 pm Fee: Member Free Thursdays Resident & Non-resident 8:00 - 9:45 pm purchase day pass. Saturdays * No registration required * 5:00 - 9:45 pm

We have 2 regulation-size racquetball courts: Reserved Court: This court can be reserved by members up to 48 hours in advance by calling 255-7871 x1 or x2. Challenge Court: This court is used on a first-come, first-serve basis. A sign up board is located outside the court. Players wishing to challenge must put their name on the bottom of the list. See full Challenge Court Policy posted outside the Racquetball courts. Equipment is available for members use in the League Office.

Racquetball Challenge Ladder

Wallyball Looking for a new game to play? Check out Wallyball! It’s volleyball played in our challenge racquetball court! It is a fastpaced court sport played with a wallyball which is a bit lighter and faster than a regulation volleyball. Show up and join in the fun!

Connect with other players, enjoy some good friendly competition, and enhance your racquetball experience. Come to weekly Challenge Ladder Nights or arrange matches at your convenience. We will also have special Challenge Ladder Events a couple times per year. NOTE: Challenge Ladder is a formal program and is different from the regular Challenge Court.

SUNDAYS (all ages) 3 - 6pm TUESDAYS (adults) 6 - 8pm

Registration: $20 for 6 months 351004 $30 for 1 year 351004

Fee: Member Free * No registration required * Resident & Non-resident purchase day pass.

Instructor: Dennis Downing dennis@DRDRacquetball.com

Junior Racquetball Program Kids 10 - 16 years old who are serious about learning and competing in the sport of racquetball, please contact the Sports Department or email Dennis Downing at dennis@DRDRacquetball.com for more information.

DRD Racquetball Lessons & Clinics

Lesson Type

Brushy Creek racquetball lessons and clinics are taught by AmPRO & USAR Certified Instructor Dennis Downing. Members can try a FREE one-hour introductory lesson today! All lessons are by appointment and are priced per person*. For more information, contact the instructor at dennis@DRDRacquetball.com.

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Member Fee* $40 $100

Resident Fee* $45 $115

Non-resident Fee* $55 $145

1-Hour Private Lesson 3 1-Hour Private Lessons 1-Hour Semi-Private $45 $50 $60 Lesson (2 people) 3 1-Hour Semi-Private $60 $65 $75 Lessons (2 people) 1-Hour Group Lesson/Clinic $20 $25 $35 (3-6 people) 3 1-Hour Group Lessons/ $50 $55 $65 Clinics (3-6 people) Ages: 16 years - Adult Instructor: Dennis Downing, AmPRO & USAR Certified Instructor dennis@DRDRacquetball.com

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


Aquatics ~ Youth Programs & Swim Lessons

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Brushy Creek Swim School Learn to swim at your neighborhood pools! Fall, winter and spring classes are offered at our two heated pools: Highland Horizon Pool and Sendero Springs Pool. See chart below for some of the skills taught in each class. www.bcmud.org/SwimLessons SwimLessons@bcmud.org - Detailed Schedule & Class Descriptions - Online Registration

- Email with questions - Schedule Private or Semi-Private Lessons

Parent & Child

$45/50/60

Pre-School

Eight 30-minute lessons

4:1

$45/50/60

Beginners

5-12 years

4:1

$45/50/60

6 months+ 3-5 years

Private

Four 30-minute lessons

Any

1:1

Semi-Private

Four 30-minute lessons

Any

2:1

Lap Swim Clinics Special Needs Aquatics Program (SNAP)

Any Any

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Water Comfort, bubbles, underwater Basic Skills: Kicking, Scooping, Floating Safety Skills: Climbing out, bobbing, float recoveries Independent Swimming: basic freestyle, elementary backstroke Competitive Strokes: Freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly Competitive Skills: Starts, Turns Recreational Skills: Diving, Sidestroke, Rescue Skills

Fee: Member/ Resident/ Non-Resident

6:1

Ages

Student:Teacher Ratio

Swim Lessons: October 2013 - March 2014

• •

• • •

If ready

• •

If ready

If Introduced if needready ed We can teach the standard swim lesson progression or you can request that $60/65/75 we work on certain skills, such as competitive skills or test-out skills for scouting. $40/45/55 Private & Semi-Private lessons are available by appointment. Drills, demonstrations and practice to evaluate your strokes and guide improvements during this single-day class. A safe and nurturing environment where every child can explore the world of swimming at their own pace. The class is intended for children with special needs, but siblings are welcome to join. Parent participation is required.

Junior Polar Bear Club Swimmers 12 years and under will be challenged to swim a designated number of laps in 1 month (31 days). Swimmers who complete the challenge will receive a Brushy Creek Aquatics Jr. Polar Bear Club long-sleeve shirt*. Tracking sheets will be kept at the Sendero Springs Pool. Swimmers 8 years & under must swim 176 laps; 9 & 10 year olds must swim 352 laps; 11 & 12 year olds must swim 528 laps. *To be eligible for the T-shirt, swimmers must track their laps each time they swim on the tracking sheet and have their parents and a Brushy Creek Lifeguard initial their daily total. To receive the T-shirt, swimmers must complete the challenge and have their parents register them for the course online or in person at the Brushy Creek Community Center. During Open Pool Hours October 2013 - March 2014 Sendero Springs Pool Ages: 12 years & under 231901 Fee: FREE - For Members, Pool Pass Holders and Day Pass Users For additional information contact aquatics@bcmud.org.

Advanced Swimming Pre-requisite: Students must be comfortable in deep MONDAY/WEDNESDAY or water and able to swim 25 yards of freestyle with side 4 - 4:45pm breathing and 25 yards of backstroke.

TUESDAY/THURSDAY

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Sendero Springs Pool

In addition, learning and refining four competitive Ages: 8 years and up strokes and two resting strokes, advanced topics such as open turns, flip turns and diving from the deck Fee: Member $45 Resident $50 Non-resident $60 Instructor: District Aquatic Staff 255-7878, x212, aquatics@bcmud.org will be introduced.

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Aquatics ~ Adult Programs Beginning Swimming for Teens & Adults It is never too late to learn to swim! These lessons will cover beginning through intermediate swimming skills at an age-appropriate pace. Your instructors will create a lesson plan specifically for your needs, whether you are afraid of the water or just need some pointers. This class is taught in chest-deep water. Highland Horizon Pool

251601 Ages: 13 years & up Fee 8 group lessons (up to 4 students): Member $45 Resident $50 Non-resident $60

10-Mile Polar Bear Club Make swimming part of your weekly fitness plan. Challengers who swim 10 miles in any one (1) month period (31 days) will receive a Brushy Creek Aquatics 10-Mile Polar Bear Club long-sleeve shirt*. Mileage logs will be kept at the Sendero Springs Pool. *To be eligible for the T-shirt, you must track your yardage on the mileage logs and then register online or in person at Brushy Creek. Polar Bear Participants who beat the 10-mile challenge and swim over 100,000 yards will also receive a 100K Club shirt. During Open Pool Hours

Sendero Springs Pool

Ages: 13 years & up 251902 Fee: FREE for Members, Pool Pass Holders and Day Pass Users Register with the Aquatics Department at aquatics@bcmud.org

Fee 4 private lessons by appointment: Member $60 Resident $65 Non-resident $75 Instructor: District Aquatic Staff Appointments email: SwimLessons@bcmud.org

Adult Swim Conditioning ~ Masters For the adult beginner to seasoned swimmers who want to stay active in the sport of swimming. Class is designed to help teach efficiency, technique and swimming skills in a group environment with the focus being on each individual swimmer’s needs. No previous swimming background is necessary.

Low Impact Water Exercise Join your fellow neighbors for a painfree, gentle exercise class in the water. This fun, invigorating, non-impact workout will energize you to provide a more productive, pain-free day. Great for seniors, people with arthritis, those recovering from injury or a gentle start to a new exercise routine. Highland Horizon Pool October - March TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 10 - 11am Punch Pass Card Member Resident Non-resident Fee Per Class $5 $6 $7 Ages: 18 years & up Instructor: Agnes Greco 825-8295 agnesgreco1@yahoo.com

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Sendero Springs Pool MONDAYS/WEDNESDAYS/FRIDAYS 5:45 - 6:45am

October - March

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Ages: 18 years & up Monthly Fee: Member $50 Resident $55 Non-resident $65 Instructor: Claudia Spooner, iRuniTri MultiSport claudiaanns@yahoo.com

Water Aerobics If you do not like to exercise, this class is for you! The warm water creates a massaging environment for moving muscles. After a stressful day of work, you will leave this class in a relaxed state. Water creates a protective environment to injured muscles or arthritic joints so you can move with less effort. Exercise to the music of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s while enjoying the fun and friendship of this invigorating, relaxing class.

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.

Water Aerobics Schedule (weather permitting)

Highland Horizon Pool MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 6 - 7pm SATURDAYS Noon - 1pm October - March Punch Pass Card Fee Per Class

Member Resident Non-resident $5

$6

Ages: 18 years & up Instructor: Agnes Greco 825-8295 agnesgreco1@yahoo.com

$7


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Aquatics ~ Red Cross Programs

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American Red Cross Lifeguarding Courses Please visit www.bcmud.org/aquatics and click on the ‘American Red Cross Courses’ link for specific times, Brushy Creek locations and more information for each course. A schedule with specific course information will be sent to participants a week in advance of each course start date. Additional training classes are available for groups of 3 or more. For additional information, contact aquatics@bcmud. org. Ages: 15 years & up by last day of class. Instructor: District American Red Cross Instructors 255-7871 x212, aquatics@bcmud.org.

Lifeguarding Course

guarding REVIEW Course

This course certifies participants as American Red Cross Lifeguards, the most in demand lifeguard certification in the United States. Participants that successfully complete the course will receive a Lifeguarding/ First Aid, CPR/AED, and Administering Emergency Oxygen certification valid for 2 years. This is the required certification to work as a lifeguard for the Brushy Creek Aquatics Department as well as numerous other pools/aquatic departments in the area.

This course is open to previously certified American Red Cross lifeguards whose cer tification has expired. This is an accelerated course that certifies participants in a shorter time frame than the full certification course. Complete understanding of all lifeguarding materials and skills is necessary prior to the beginning of this course.

Location: District Aquatic Facilities Sunday 241101 Mon-Thur

March 9 Mar 10 - 13

Friday Saturday 241101 Sunday Saturday Sunday

March 14 March 15 March 16 March 22 March 23

6 - 8pm 9am - 6pm 7 - 9pm 9am - 6pm 10am - 6pm 9am - 6pm 10am - 6pm

Course participants must pass a pre-course swimming test on the first day in order to continue with the course: - 300 yards continuous swimming Freestyle (front crawl) or Breaststroke. Swimming on your back or side is not allowed. Goggles may be used during the 300; - Tread water for 2 minutes using only legs. Hands must be above water or under the arm pits; - Timed swim event: swim 20 yards then execute a surface dive to a depth of 7-10 feet and retrieve a 10 pound object. Fee: Member $185 Resident $190 Non-resident $200

3-Day Session Friday

241102 Saturday Sunday

March 14 March 15 March 16

5:30 - 9:30pm 9am - 5pm 9am - 5pm

Fee: Member $100 Resident $105 Non-resident $115

Location: District Aquatic Facilities Full Class 251104 Saturday, September 7 9am - 6pm Fee: Member $60 Resident $65 Non-resident $75 Fast Track Option - By appointment only - email aquatics@bcmud.org to register Fee: Member $30 Resident $35 Non-resident $45

CPR/AED Pro/First Aid Certification

This class is open to the lifeguards whose CPR/AED/ First Aid certification has expired and need to renew. Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a CPR/AED/First Aid for Lifeguards certification valid for 2 years. SATURDAY 9am - 6pm BC Community Center Sept 21 251103 Jan 18

This course is a required certification for USA Swimming coaches to teach. Participants learn how to help prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. Participants who successfully complete the course, will receive a certification valid for 3 years. A fast track option is available for participants who complete the online course at www.usaswimming. com.

American Red Cross Challenge Course This course is open to any participant previously certified in American Red Cross courses (except Lifeguarding) who already have the knowledge and skills to receive certification without any review or instruction. Upon successful completion of a written exam and skills test out, the participant will receive certification. Course held at Brushy Creek Aquatic Facilities and Community Center. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

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Fee: Member $65 Resident $70 Non-resident $80

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To register, email: aquatics@bcmud.org Fee: Member $50 Resident $55 Non-resident $60

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Fitness ~ All Ages BC Fitness Boot Camp

Fitness Assessment

Hatha Flow Yoga

Get in shape and gain improvements in your physical well-being and leanroutines.com/wp-content/upself- c onf idence. loads/2010/10/military-workout.jpg Firm and tone your body, reduce your body fat and inches. Boot camp is a total body group indoor and outdoor exercise class that incorporates cardio and strength training with various equipment and body weight.

Do you know what your fitness level is? Find out with a fitness assessment! Tests will be done to measure your flexibility, muscular strength, endurance, and body composition. The Fitness Assessment is for MEMBERS ONLY! Call 255-7871 x231 or email Caleb at c.rosenthal@bcmud.org to schedule your appointment.

Hatha flow yoga uses a sequence of movements that “flow” with the breath in a vigorous series to build strength and increase endurance, flexibility, and muscle tone. Classes are appropriate for yoga students who have practiced yoga for at least one month and are seeking a stronger physical workout in their yoga practice.

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS October 22 - November 14 Nov 21 - Dec 19 (no class Nov 28) January 7 - 30 February 11 - March 6 March 18 - April 10

6 – 7 pm 350702-06 350702-07 350702-08 350702-09 350702-10

Ages: 16 years - Adult Instructor: BC Staff Fee: Member $50 Resident $55 Non-resident $65

Fee: Member $5 Instructor: BC Personal Trainer

MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 11:45am - 12:30pm Oct 21 - Nov 13 350704-07 Ages: 16 years & up Nov 25 - Dec 18 350704-08 Jan 6 - 29 350704-09 Fee: Member $40 Resident $45 Feb 10 - Mar 5 350704-10 Non-resident $55 Mar 24 - Apr 16 350704-11 Instructor: BC Staff

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Body Fat Testing

Nov 6 - Dec 2 250703-02 Feb 3 - 28 250703-05

Do you know what your percentage of body fat is? Find out with body fat testing! Body Fat Testing is for MEMBERS ONLY! Call 255-7871 x231 to schedule your appointment.

Fee: Member $25 Resident $30 Non-resident $40

Dec 4 - Jan 3 250703-03 Mar 3 - 28 250703-06 (no class Dec 25, Jan 1) Instructor: Shannon Richards

Fee: Member $5 Instructor: BC Personal Trainer

Weight Room Orientation

Get motivated! Whether you are INDIVIDUAL PARTNER looking to burn fat, build muscle, Member Sessions Member Sessions improve endurance, or maintain 1 session: $ 40 1 session: $ 34 an overall healthier lifestyle, our 4 sessions: $135 4 sessions: $107 experienced Certified Personal 8 sessions: $250 8 sessions: $186 Trainers will help you achieve 12 sessions: $345 12 sessions: $249 Instructor: your goals. Personal training BC Personal Trainers sessions are available to mem(Prices are per person) bers only. Call 255-7871 x231 to schedule your Gift Certificates are available appointment! Meet our Personal Trainers

The Lunch Break Fitness Boot Camp is a great way to get a structured, high intensity workout in 45 minutes. Our personal trainers use a variety of workout routines to help you firm and tone your body, and reduce fat and inches. Join us for an awesome mid-day workout!

8:15 – 9:15am

Oct 9 - Nov 4 250703-01 Jan 6 - 31

Personal Training

Lunch Break Fitness Boot Camp

MON, WED & FRI

Guided by our fitness staff, the Weight Room Orientation gives members a tutorial explaining the proper use of all machines and equipment located in the Community Center Weight Room. Call 255-7871 x231 or email Fitness Specialist, Caleb Rosenthal, at c.rosenthal@bcmud.org for scheduling. Fee: FREE Instructor: BC Personal Trainers

Zumba Fitness Come join the Zumba sensation! Zumba fitness is aerobic and fitness interval training done to a combination of fast and slow rhythms. Join this exhilarating, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorieburning dance fitness-party! MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 6:30 - 7:30pm October 14 - November 6 350703-06 November 18 - December 11 350703-07 January 6 - 29 350703-08 February 3 - 26 350703-09 March 3 - 26 350703-10 Ages: 16 years - Adult Fee: Member $40 Resident $45 Non-resident $55 Instructor: Cheyenne McCord

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


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Fitness ~ All Ages Youth Fit Class Come join one of our Personal Trainers for the after school Youth Fitness Class. The class consists of fun age-appropriate fitness games, workouts, and nutritional advice. This class will get the kids moving and help make healthy living a part of their life. Come get fit! TUESDAYS 3:15 – 4:15pm January 14 - February 18 220701 Ages: 3rd - 5th grade Fee: Member $40 Resident $45 Non-resident $55 Instructor: BC Fitness Staff

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Teen Weight Room Certification Our Fitness Department will introduce and teach proper Weight Room techniques, etiquettes and ethics. Upon completion of the program, teens will receive special weight room privileges and are thereafter allowed to utilize the weight room unsupervised. The class will focus on the many different forms of resistance training, nutrition and the importance of stretching. THURSDAYS

4 – 5pm Nov 7 - Dec 19 Aug 26 - Oct 3 230701-02 230701-01

(no class Nov 28)

Feb 13 - Mar 27 230701-03

(no class March 13)

Ages: 14 - 16 Fee: Member $45 Resident $50 Non-resident $60 Instructor: BC Fitness Staff

Brushy Creek Running Club Our goal is to encourage fitness and a healthy lifestyle through running and walking in the Brushy Creek area. The club is open to beginner through experienced runners and walkers. Participants work with an instructor for group workouts. Workouts vary between track and speed work, plyometrics, tempo and timed runs and walks. Participate in informal Saturday long runs or walks. TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS 5:45 - 6:45am October 1 - March 25 351202 Fee: Member $65 Resident $70 Non-resident $80 Instructor: Janet Williams

Aerobic Class Descriptions The Aerobics Class Schedule is posted at the community center and online at www.bcmud.org (Recreation > Fitness). Possible class offerings are described below. Most classes are free to Members. Residents and Non-residents may purchase a punch card for 10 classes. Senior ID Pass holders may attend the classes indicated with an *.

Body Toning Plus:

Interval Kickboxing:

* Stretching for Health:

Cross train with a new energetic format that focuses on your whole body with strength training drills. Class ends with abs and stretches.

A high intensity kickboxing class with punching and kicking series. Abdominal toning & muscle sculpting, along with stretching at the end of the class, provide a full body, well balanced workout.

This class focuses on stretching exercises that will benefit each individual. The flexibility exercises will allow participants to perform functional everyday activities. Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:45-1:30pm.

* Low Impact Aerobics:

Yoga:

Perfect class for our active seniors. A great cardiovascular activity with a minimum amount of impact along with some resistance training. (resistance bands, light free weights, manual resistance activities). Mondays & Wednesdays 12:45-1:30pm.

Learn to relax mind and body and in the process release tension and stress in your daily life while increasing flexibility.

Calorie Killer: A combination of weights, step drills, med-balls, and squats, broken up by bursts of high intensity cardio. Guys this class is for you too!

Cardio/Sculpt: Designed to efficiently and effectively work all major muscle groups, utilizing weights, bands, stability balls and medicine balls. Join us in this energy boosting workout.

Intervals: Cardio conditioning and resistance work all in one. This one hour class, adaptable for all levels, may utilize the step, weights, resistance bands and jump ropes to achieve a full body workout.

Pilates Class: Pilates strengthen and tone muscle, improve posture, provide flexibility and balance, unite body and mind, and create a more streamlined shape.

Zumba Gold: Targets the baby boomers with modified moves and pacing to suit the needs of active, older participants, as well as those just starting their journey to a fit and healthy lifestyle.

Step N Tone: Beginner friendly 40 minutes of stepping followed by 20 minutes of toning and a cool down stretch. Great for beginners to intermediate students!

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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October ~ At-A-Glance October

Activity

Age Groups

Details on Page

1

CPR Pro for Staff

15 - Adult

29

1

National Night Out

All

14

1

Polar Bear Club

All

27, 28

1

Running Club

Adults

21, 31

2

Hip Hop Class

8 - 12 years

19

3

Individual Guitar Lessons

All

12

5

Teen Dodgeball Night

13 - 17 years

14

7

Volleyball School

3rd - 6th grade

24

8

Adult Volleyball League begins

8

Kinder Classes begin

9

Adults

25

2 - 6 years

9

Adult Basketball League begins

Adults

25

9

Hatha Flow Yoga

Adults

30

9

Pre-K Play Day

Pre-K

9

11

Music In The Park - Cat Hollow Park

Adults

Backcover

11

Parents Night Out

3 - 10 years

12

12

Youth T-Ball begins (Apr-Sept Catalog)

3 - 6 years

23

12

Youth Volleyball League begins (Apr-Sept Catalog)

4th - 9th grade

24

12

Babysitter Training

11 - 15 years

13

14

Zumba Fitness

16 - Adult

30

17

New Resident Meet & Greet

All

14

19

Spookyfest 2013

All

14

20

Castle Tryout Camp

7th - 9th grade

22

21

Bootcamp-Lunchtime

16 - Adult

30

22

Bootcamp Evening

16 - Adult

30

25

Freaky Friday

4th & 5th grade

15

25

Monster Mash

6th - 8th grade

15

26

Doggy Play Day & Pumpkin 5K

All

15

26

Fall Creek Clean Up

All

15

29

R.I.P.P.E.D. Fitness

15 - Adult

25

29

Fencing

7 - Adult

20

31

Individual Guitar Lessons

All

12

Always Available: Adult Swim Conditioning - Masters - page 28 Advanced Swimming - page 27 Aerobic Classes - page 31 American Red Cross Challenge Course - page 29 Body Fat Testing - page 30 Coach Castle Basketball - Private Coaching Sessions - page 22 Coach Castle Basketball - Group Sessions - page 22 Fitness Assessment - page 30

32

KidFit Tennis Lessons - page 18 Low Impact Water Exercise - page 28 Personal Training - page 30 Polar Bear Swim Challenge - page 27, 28 Semi-Private Volleyball Lessons - page 24 Swim Lessons - page 27 Taekwondo - page 20 Water Aerobics - page 28

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


www.bcmud.org

November ~ At-A-Glance November

Activity

Municipal Utility District

Age Groups

Details on Page

Adult

30

8 - 12 years

19

6

Hatha Flow Yoga

6

Hip Hop Class

7

Teen Weight Room Certification

14 - 16

31

8

Parents Night Out

3 - 10 years

12

9

Art Adventures - Print Making

6 - 11 years

12

12

Senior Celebration Social

Seniors

16

12

CPR/AED Certification / First Aid

15 - Adult

13

13

Pre-K Play Day

Pre-K

9

15

Children’s Book Day Celebration & Texas Recycles Day

All

16

18

Zumba Fitness

16 - Adult

30

21

Bootcamp Evening

16 - Adult

30

25

Bootcamp-Lunchtime

16 - Adult

30

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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December ~ At-A-Glance December

Activity

Age Groups

Details on Page

All

30

4

Hatha Flow Yoga

4

Hip Hop Class

8 - 12 years

19

5

Individual Guitar Lessons

All

12

7

Holiday In The Park + Craft Fair

All

Backcover

7

Jingle 5k

All

15

10

Fencing

7 - Adult

20

11

Pre-K Play Day

Pre-K

9

14

Parent Shop Day

3 - 10 years

16

14

Art Adventures - Folk Art

6 - 11 years

12

20

Parents Night Out

3 - 10 years

12

23

Camp Frozen Fox

K - 5th grade

11

30

Camp Frozen Fox

K - 5th grade

11

Always Available: Adult Swim Conditioning - Masters - page 28 Advanced Swimming - page 27 Aerobic Classes - page 31 American Red Cross Challenge Course - page 29 Body Fat Testing - page 30 Coach Castle Basketball - Private Coaching Sessions - page 22 Coach Castle Basketball - Group Sessions - page 22 Fitness Assessment - page 30

34

KidFit Tennis Lessons - page 18 Low Impact Water Exercise - page 28 Personal Training - page 30 Polar Bear Swim Challenge - page 27, 28 Semi-Private Volleyball Lessons - page 24 Swim Lessons - page 27 Taekwondo - page 20 Water Aerobics - page 28

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


www.bcmud.org

January ~ At-A-Glance January

Activity

Municipal Utility District

Age Groups

Details on Page

All

30

6

Hatha Flow Yoga

6

Bootcamp-Lunchtime

16 - Adult

30

6

Zumba Fitness

16 - Adult

30

7

R.I.P.P.E.D. Fitness

15 - Adult

25

7

Kinder Classes

2 - 6 years

9

7

Bootcamp Evening

16 - Adult

30

8

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League begins

Adults

25

8

Hip Hop Class

8 - 12 years

19

8

Pre-K Play Day

Pre-K

9

9

Adult Basketball League begins

Adults

25

9

Individual Guitar Lessons

All

12

11

Christmas Tree Recycling & Pancake Breakfast

All

Backcover

14

Youth Fit Class

3rd - 5th grade

31

15

Music Together Music

Child & Parent

10

15

Basketball Skills

3rd - 5th grade

23

17

Parents Night Out

3 - 10 years

12

18

Youth Basketball League begins

K - 10th grade

22

18

CPR/AED Professional

25

Babysitter Training

31 31

15 - Adult

29

11 - 15 years

13

Snowball

4th & 5th grade

16

Winter Wonderland

6th - 8th grade

16

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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February ~ At-A-Glance February

Activity

Age Groups

Details on Page

3

Hatha Flow Yoga

All

30

3

Zumba Fitness

16 - Adult

30

4

Fencing

7 - Adult

20

5

Hip Hop Class

8 - 12

19

6

Individual Guitar Lessons

All

12

7

Mother & Son Dance

All

17

10

Bootcamp-Lunchtime

16 - Adult

30

11

R.I.P.P.E.D. Fitness

15 - Adult

25

11

Bootcamp Evening

16 - Adult

30

12

Pre-K Play Day

Pre-K

9

13

Teen Weight Room Certification

14 - 16

31

13

Valentine's Party at Little Village Park

All

Backcover

14

Parents Night Out

3 - 10 years

12

14

Lock-In @ The Community Center

13 - 18 years

17

Always Available: Adult Swim Conditioning - Masters - page 28 Advanced Swimming - page 27 Aerobic Classes - page 31 American Red Cross Challenge Course - page 29 Body Fat Testing - page 30 Coach Castle Basketball - Private Coaching Sessions - page 22 Coach Castle Basketball - Group Sessions - page 22 Fitness Assessment - page 30

36

KidFit Tennis Lessons - page 18 Low Impact Water Exercise - page 28 Personal Training - page 30 Polar Bear Swim Challenge - page 27, 28 Semi-Private Volleyball Lessons - page 24 Swim Lessons - page 27 Taekwondo - page 20 Water Aerobics - page 28

Register early. If a class has not made its minimum by 7 days prior to start date, it may be cancelled. See separate registration date requirements for Leagues.


www.bcmud.org

March ~ At-A-Glance March

Activity

3

Hatha Flow Yoga

3

Zumba Fitness

4

Story Time at Racine Woods Park

6

Individual Guitar Lessons

7

Music in the Garden Pavilion

7

Municipal Utility District

Age Groups

Details on Page

All

30

16 - Adult

30

All

Backcover

All

12

Adults

Backcover

Parents Night Out

3 - 10 years

12

9

Lifeguarding Class

15 - Adult

29

10

Camp Spring Fox

K - 5th grade

11

10

Castle Spring Break Camp

4th - 8th grade

22

10

Adventure Camp

11 - 14

11

10

Volleyball Spring Break Camp

3rd - 6th grade

24

12

Night Out at the Rec

13 - 18

17

12

Teen Dodgeball Night

13 - 17 years

14

12

Pre-K Play Day

Pre-K

9

14

Lifeguarding Class

15 - Adult

29

14

Lifeguarding Review

15 - Adult

29

18

R.I.P.P.E.D. Fitness

15 - Adult

25

18

Little Hitters

3 - 5 years

23

18

CPR/AED Certification / First Aid

15 - Adult

13

18

Bootcamp Evening

16 - Adult

30

19

Youth Soccer League begins

3 - 6 years

21

19

Hip Hop Class

8 - 12 years

19

22

5k Trail Series

All

15

24

Bootcamp-Lunchtime

16 - Adult

30

29

Brushy Creek's Got Talent

All

17

View and register for events online at: www.bcmud.org

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Spotlight Events Holiday In The Park + Craft Fair + Jingle Run 5K Kick off Holiday in the Park with the Jingle Run 5K. Families are encouraged to participate in the run then stay and enjoy Holiday in the Park. The annual Holiday In the Park will include a trackless train, bounce castles, face painting, performances by local groups, crafts, cookies, holiday craft show*, hot chocolate and pictures with Santa. Don’t forget your camera!

Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID Permit #1 Austin, TX

* If you are a craft vendor and are interested in reserving booth space for this event, please contact b.schultz@bcmud.org. 5K registration - see page 15 SATURDAY December 7 2-5pm Ages: All

Fee: FREE

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Music in the Park

Who wouldn’t enjoy an adult-only night with their neighbors? Here is your chance to be a part of the second summer of the Brushy Creek Music in the Park series. Join us at a District pavilion for live music from a local rock/cover band. Please feel free to bring your own snacks and/or beverages. Regular Park rules apply. A Parent’s Night Out with extended hours will also be offered at the Community Center coinciding with these events for parents wanting to attend. Fridays 8 - 10pm Ages: Adults Fee: FREE October 11 - Cat Hollow Park

March 7 - Community Center Garden Pavilion

Christmas Tree Recycling, Tree Seedling Give Away & Pancake Breakfast

Please have your Christmas tree (with all decorations & stand removed) at the curb by 7:00am on Saturday, January 11, 2014, for recycling. Trees will also be accepted at the Community Park behind the Sam Bass #2 Fire Station from December 26 through January 12. Free for Brushy Creek MUD Residents. SATURDAY, January 11

Give a tree and get breakfast!

7:00am

9:00am - Noon

Christmas trees at curb side for recycling pickup.

Join us at the Community Center to pick up a tree seedling and enjoy a pancake breakfast! View www.bcmud.org for more details.

Pocket Park Appreciation Events Valentine’s Party at Little Village Park

Ages: All

Story Time at Racine Woods

Come by Little Village Park for a tot-focused Valentine’s Party with bouncies, snacks, and other activities that highlight this popular pocket park.

Come by Racine Woods Park right after school to enjoy a story teller, bouncies, snacks, and other activities that highlight this popular pocket park.

THURSDAY February 13 11-12:30pm Little Village Park, Whitebrush Loop

TUESDAY March 4 3-4:30pm Racine Woods Park, 8174 Racine Trail

Fee: FREE

Instructor: BC Programs Staff

Park photos at: www.bcmud.org (Recreation > Parks & Trails).

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