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TIMES RECREATION S U R P R I S E C O M M U N I T Y A N D R E C R E AT I O N S E RV I C E S

Winter/Spring 2017

2017 SURPRISE

ADAPTIVE AQUATICS SENIOR PROGRAMS SPECIAL EVENTS SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES YOUTH & ADULT SPORTS TENNIS CAMPS


Table of Contents

Surprise City Council

Sharon Wolcott, Mayor Jim Hayden, District 2 Roland F. Winters Jr., District 1 John WIlliams, Vice Mayor, District 3 Rachel Villanueva, District 4 Skip Hall, District 5 Todd Tande, District 6

Council Member Elect/January 2017 Ken Remley, District 4

City Management

Bob Wingenroth, City Manager Rick Buss, Assistant City Manager Michael Frazier, Assistant City Manager Nicole Lance, Deputy City Manager

Community & Recreation Advisory Commission Wayne Turner, Chairman Mike Planeta,Vice Chair Mark Brown Ronald Jensen David Sanders Charlie Woodland Monique Hernandez

Community & Recreation Services Office 15960 N. Bullard Avenue Surprise, AZ 85374 623.222.2000

Administration

Mark A. Coronado, Director Donna Miller, Assistant Director Marla Babb, Recreation Manager Christine Frederickson, Business Manager Sandra Burton, Fiscal Support Supervisor

Sports Tourism | Special Events

Tara Combs, Sports & Tourism Division Manager Travis Ashby, Recreation Supervisor Cecilia A. Covarrubio, Recreation Supervisor Steve Castillo, Recreation Coordinator

2017 Spring Training Schedule Calendar of Events / Score Card Membership REC-Connect Online Registration Information Sports Adaptive Recreation Tennis Aquatics Tot Time / Youth Break Camps Special Interest Classes Teen / Sierra Montana Recreation Programs Senior Center Programs CRS Boards & Commissions Parks & Facilities Second Sundays in the Park

Mission Statement The Mission of the City of Surprise Community and Recreation Services Department is to enrich and complement the lives of Surprise residents through stewardship of our resources while providing responsive programs which promote and prioritize diversity, cultural, neighborhood, family, education, recreation and wellness opportunities.

Surprise Recreation Campus

Sports Recreation | Aquatics

Paul Frie, Recreation Division Manager Guillermo Lucero, Recreation Manager Shannon Gaul, Recreation Manager Jason Bond, Recreation Supervisor Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor Jennifer Wright, Recreation Coordinator Daniel Luvisi, Recreation Coordinator Tim Manley, Recreation Coordinator Russell Baker, Recreation Coordinator Ian Wallace, Recreation Coordinator Megan McDonald, Recreation Coordinator Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator

Park|Baseball Maintenance

Joey Brazil, Park Maintenance Division Manager Michael Gonzales, Park Maintenance Manager Carl Hanson, Park Maintenance Supervisor

Maricopa County Library District Cindy Kolaczynski, Director Liz Garcia, Branch Manager

The City of Surprise proudly endorses the NRPA position statement on inclusion.

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REC-Connect

Online Registration Information Getting Started...

Rec-Connect offers easy on-line access to browse or register for the City of Surprise’s recreational activities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To register, you will need your Client ID, Pin Number and valid VISA or MasterCard. If you are a new customer to the Community and Recreation Services Department, you will need to come in to the office with the following: • Name and birth date of any family members you wish to have on your account. Please provide a birth certificate or immunization records for each child. • Home Address - Surprise residents will need to bring proof of residency. • Home Phone Number • E-mail Address of main contact *Now you are ready to go to surpriseaz.gov/recreation and click on the REC-Connect logo to begin browsing for activities.

Browsing for Activities...

Click on the Activities tab. Use the course number, or click on one of the brochure sections. NOTE: Click on the Details button to view specific details regarding that activity. NOTE: To view only the activities available to register for online check the box next to “available for registration only”.

Registering for an Activity...

Find the activity you wish to register for and, while viewing the activity details, click the Add button. NOTE: If the Add button is not available, then this activity is not available online. When My Account page appears, log in with your Client ID and pin number. When the My Basket page appears, click on the Select a Client drop down box and select the person in your account that you wish to register. Click on Continue shopping to continue adding to My Basket. When finished, click on Go to Checkout. NOTE: You must accept waiver to move on to pay for classes. Enter your credit card information at the bottom of the page and click Complete Transaction. A receipt will be displayed if the registration is successful. Press print to print the page. WAITLIST: If the course is full, the ADD button will not be displayed. Click on waitlist, select a client. Go to checkout and print page.

Account Information...

Changing your pin number You may change your pin # as often as you wish. Click on My Account and log in. Click on the Change Account PIN button. Enter your old account PIN. Enter a new Account PIN (must be between 4 and 8 numbers). Re-enter the new PIN. Click on the Change button. Making a payment If you are in a program where you have a weekly or monthly fee, you may make your payments online. Click on the My Account page and log in with Client ID and pin #. Click on the Make a payment button. Enter your credit card information and amount you wish to pay. Click on the Apply Payment button. A receipt will be displayed if the payment is successful. Forgot my Client ID and PIN # Click on the forgot my password link on home page. Enter your e-mail address as it has been saved in the database. Click on the Go button. An e-mail will be sent to your e-mail address with the information. NOTE: This function will only work if an e-mail address is entered for the account in the database.

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Frequently Asked Questions... Are REC-connect registrations secure? Yes. The standard SSL encryption is used and all credit card transactions are encrypted and secure. I would like to change my mailing or e-mail address or add a family member. How can I do this? It is very important that we have current information in our database. Please contact the Community & Recreation Services Department @ 623.222.2000 or e-mail this information to recreation@ surpriseaz.gov. Be sure to include the main contact’s full name, your present address and home phone or e-mail followed by your new location and or e-mail address. Can I register a child/person from another family? We do not allow you to register someone from another family. All registrations must be made by family members only. I am a Non-Resident, will I be able to register for programs and classes online? Yes. The registration process is the same for both residents and non-residents. However, non-resident fees and registration dates may be different.

For More Information: Community & Recreation Services

15960 N. Bullard Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374 623.222.2000

www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation


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Competitive Youth Sports The City of Surprise has designed the Competitive Sports Program to provide youth athletes with the opportunity to participate in an organized, local league that will introduce them to the competitive side of sports relative to playing time, rules, standings and player development. While emphasis will remain on basic fundamentals, sportsmanship, and cooperative participation and socialization with peers, this program differs from recreational sports in that there are NO MANDATORY PLAYING TIME RULES. The Competitive Sports Program will follow modified NFHS rules, and is intended for experienced players only. Participants will go through a skills evaluation and will be drafted onto a team. Special requests are not honored in competitive programs. Teams will play 7 league games and participate in a single elimination tournament to conclude the season. Age determined on or before April 30, 2017 NEW* Spring Girls Competitive Volleyball League Ages: Registration Fees:

Girls Ages, 13-17 Resident: $65 Late Resident: $85 Non-Resident: $85 Late Non-Resident: $105 Registration Dates: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28, 8 – 11a.m. League Begins: Early March Course: 15 and Under– Course # 29276 17 and Under- Course # 29277

Youth Competitive Sports • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Ian Wallace, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2271

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Spring Youth Sports Cal Ripken Youth Baseball League

Girls Volleyball League

This program offers youth the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals and skills associated with the game of baseball in an atmosphere where participation and fun are top priority. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www. surpriseaz.com/recreation. Age determined on or before April 30, 2017 Ages: Boys and Girls, 7 - 10 years old Registration Fees: Resident: $50 Late-resident: $70 Non-resident: $70 Late Non-Resident: $90 Registration: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28, 8 - 11 a.m. League Begins: Early March Division: Coach Pitch, 7 – 8 Course #29269 Minor, 9 – 10 Course #29270

The youth girls’ volleyball season will teach the game of volleyball in the spirit of sportsmanship, fun and wholesome competition. An emphasis is placed on the development of skills and the value of teamwork. Ages: Girls, 7 – 17 years old Age determined on or before April 30, 2017 Registration Fees: Resident: $50 Late Resident: $70 Non-Resident: $70 Late Non-Resident: $90 Registration: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28, 8 – 11a.m. League Begins: Early March Course: 7 – 8 years old - Course # 29272 9 – 10 years old - Course # 29273 11 – 12 years old - Course # 29274 13 – 15 years old - Course # 29275 15U Competitive - Course #29276 17U Competitive - Course #29277

Babe Ruth Girl’s Softball League The youth girl’s softball season will teach the game of softball in the spirit of sportsmanship, fun and wholesome competition. An emphasis is placed on the development of skills and the value of teamwork. Girls registering for the 12U and 14U divisions will go through a skills evaluation and be drafted to a team by the coaches in the league. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www.surpriseaz.com/recreation. Age determined on or before December 31, 2017 Ages: Girls, 7 - 16 years old Registration Fees: Resident: $50 Late-Resident: $70 Non-Resident: $70 Late Non-Resident: $90 Registration: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28 – 8 - 11 a.m. League Begins: Early March Division: Coach Pitch, 8 & under Course #29279 Kid Pitch, 10 & under Course #29280 Kid Pitch, 12 & under Course #29281 Kid Pitch, 14 & under Course #29282

Cal Ripken Youth Tee-ball The road to the “Big Leagues” starts here! This program offers 4, 5 and 6 year old, boys and girls the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals and skills associated with the game of baseball in an atmosphere where participation and fun are top priority. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www.surpriseaz.com/recreation. Ages: Boys and Girls, 4-5 yr. old division; Boys and Girls, 5-6 yr. old division; Age determined on or before April 30, 2017 Registration Fees: Resident: $50 Late-Resident: $70 Non-Resident: $70 Late Non-Resident: $90 Registration: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28, 8 – 11a.m. League Begins: Early March Course: 4-5 yr. old division – Course #29267 5-6 yr. old division – Course #29268

Youth Sports • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Russell Baker, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2259 Megan McDonald, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2237

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Spring Youth Sports Cal Ripken Baseball League - Major Division American League 46/60

West Valley Babe Ruth

This program offers youth the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals and skills associated with the game of baseball in an atmosphere where participation and fun are top priority. This division of majors will play recreational rules where there is no leading off or holding runners. 11 and 12 year olds, along with interested 10 year olds, will go through “Skill Evaluations” to be selected to a team in this slightly more competitive version of the Minor division. All 11 and 12 year olds who try out are guaranteed a spot on a Major Division team. All 10 year olds who are not selected to a Major Division team are guaranteed a spot on a Minor Division team. There will be a maximum of two 10 year olds on each Major Division roster; “Skill Evaluations” will take place in early March. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www.surpriseaz. com/recreation. Age determined on or before April 30, 2017. Ages: Boys and Girls, 10 - 12 years old Registration Fees: Resident: $50 Late-resident: $70 Non-resident: $70 Late Non-Resident: $90 Registration: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28, – 8 - 11 a.m. League Begins: Early March Division:10 – 12 Course #29271

This program offers youth the opportunity to continue learning the fundamentals and skills associated with the game of baseball. Individually registered players will go through “Skill Evaluations” to be selected to a team. All participants who try out are guaranteed a spot on a team. “Skill Evaluations” will take place in late April. Team registrations will also be accepted for this league. All team registrations must take place at the Community and Recreation Services Office. Teams made up of individual registrations may play in the same division as those that have registered as a complete team. Games will be played on fields with 60 foot pitching distance and 90 foot base paths. Divisions may be combined for the good of the league. Babe Ruth League no longer has player boundaries. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www.surpriseaz.com/recreation. Age determined on or before April 30, 2017. Ages: Boys 13-15 year olds Team Registration Fee: $2000 Individual Registration Fees: Resident: $80 Late-resident: $100 Non Resident $100 Late Non-Resident: $120 Registration: February 6 – March 24 League Begins: Early May Division:13-15 Individual Course #29284

Cal Ripken Baseball Leauge - Major Division National League 50/70 This program offers youth the opportunity to learn the basic fundamentals and skills associated with the game of baseball. In this league the pitching mound will be at 50 feet and the bases at 70 feet. This division of majors will play competitive rules where participants will be able to lead off and hold runners. 11 and 12 year olds, along with interested 10 year olds, will go through “Skill Evaluations” to be selected to a team. All 11 and 12 year olds who try out are guaranteed a spot on a Major Division team. All 10 year olds who are not selected to a Major Division team are guaranteed a spot on a Minor Division team. There will be a maximum of two 10 year olds on each Major Division roster; “Skill Evaluations” will take place in early March. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www.surpriseaz.com/recreation. Age determined on or before April 30, 2017. Ages: Boys and Girls, 10 - 12 years old Registration Fees: $65 / Resident Late-Resident: $85 Non-resident: $85 Late Non-Resident: $105 Registration: January 9 – January 28 Saturday Registration: Saturday, January 28, – 8 - 11 a.m. League Begins: Early March Division:10 – 12 Course #29278

Youth Sports • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Megan McDonald, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2237 Jason Bond, Recreation Supervisor - 623.222.2238

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MOVIE NIGHT PRESENTED BY THE SURPRISE RECREATION CAMPUS

April 29, 2017

Surprise Stadium 15850 N. Bullard Avenue Gates: 6:00pm - Movie Start Time 7:00pm The stadium food and beverage policy is in effect. Concessions will be available for purchase. Ice chests and lawn chairs are not permitted. For more information 623.222.2000 / www.surpriseaz.gov/specialevents.

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Spring 2017


Adult Softball - Men’s & Coed The Surprise Community & Recreation Services Department offers Adult Sport Leagues for individuals 18 years of age and older. Registration process is first come first serve. The City of Surprise Adult Sport Leagues accepts team registrations only. Registration form must be filled out completely with payment in order to register.

WINTER SEASON Men’s Softball - Rec. & D Divisions

SPRING SEASON Men’s Softball - Rec. & D Divisions

Returning Fall Team 2016 Registration: December 5 & 6 Open Registration: December 7-9 Days: TUESDAYS Season Begins: January 10

Returning Winter Team 2016 Registration: March 13 & 14 Open Registration: March15 - 17 Days: TUESDAYS Season Begins: April 4

Men’s Softball - D Division

Men’s Softball - Rec. & D Division

Returning Fall Team 2016 Registration: December 5 & 6 Open Registration: December 7-9 Days: THURSDAYS Season Begins: January 12

Returning Winter Team 2016 Registration: March 13 & 14 Open Registration: March15 - 17 Days: THURSDAYS Season Begins: April 6

Men’s Softball - C & D Divisions

Men’s Softball - C & D Divisions

Returning Fall Team 2016 Registration: December 5 & 6 Open Registration: December 7-9 Days: SATURDAYS Season Begins: January 14

Returning Winter Team 2016 Registration: March 13 & 14 Open Registration: March15 - 17 Days: SATURDAYS Season Begins: April 8

Coed Softball - Rec./D Divisions

Coed Softball - Rec./D Divisions

Returning Fall Team 2016 Registration: December 5 & 6 Open Registration: December 7-9 Days: THURSDAYS Season Begins: January 12

Returning Winter Team 2016 Registration: March 13 & 14 Open Registration: March15 - 17 Days: THURSDAYS Season Begins: April 6

Coed Softball - C & D Divisions

Coed Softball - C & D Divisions

Returning Fall Team 2016 Registration: December 5 & 6 Open Registration: December 7-9 Days: FRIDAYS Season Begins: January 13

Returning Winter Team 2016 Registration: March 13 & 14 Open Registration: March15 - 17 Days: FRIDAYS Season Begins: April 7

Coed Softball - Rec. & D Divisions

Coed Softball - Rec. & D Divisions

Returning Fall Team 2016 Registration: December 5 & 6 Open Registration: December 7-9 Days: SUNDAYS Season Begins: January 15

Returning Winter Team 2016 Registration: March 13 & 14 Open Registration: March15 - 17 Days: SUNDAYS Season Begins: April 9

All games will be played at Surprise Farms Park - 17894 W. West Park Blvd. $400 per team fee | 12 Game Season | Single Elimination Tournament

Youth Sports • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Ian Wallace, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2271 Jason Bond, Recreation Supervisor - 623.222.2238

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Adult Sports The Surprise Community & Recreation Services Department offers Adult Sport Leagues for individuals 18 years of age and older. Registration process is first come first serve. The City of Surprise Adult Sport Leagues accepts team registrations only. Registration forms must be filled out completely with payment in order to register.

WINTER SEASON

SPRING SEASON

6 on 6 Coed Indoor Volleyball

6 on 6 Coed Indoor Volleyball

Ages: Registration: Days: Season Begins: Roster Limit: Location: Fee: Tournament: Manager’s Meeting:

Ages: Registration: Days: Season Begins: Roster Limit: Location: Fee: Tournament: Manager’s Meeting:

18 years and older November 28 - December 2 SUNDAYS January 8 Minimum - 7 / Maximum 12 Countryside Recreation Center 15565 N. Parkview Pl. $200 per team Single Elimination TBD

18 years and older March 20-24 SUNDAYS April 9 Minimum - 7 / Maximum 12 Countryside Recreation Center 15565 N. Parkview Pl. $200 per team Single Elimination TBD

4 on 4 Flag Football

4 on 4 Flag Football

Ages: 18 years and older Team Registration: November 28 - December 2 Days: SUNDAYS Season Begins: December 11 Roster Limit: Minimum - 4 / Maximum 10 Location: Marley Park City Park 15073 W. Sweetwater Ave. Fee: $300 Games/Tournament: 12 games / Double Elimination Manager’s Meeting: TBD

Ages: 18 years and older Registration: March 20-24 Days: SUNDAYS Season Begins: April 9 Roster Limit: Minimum - 4 / Maximum 10 Location: Marley Park City Park 15073 W. Sweetwater Ave. Fee: $300 Games/Tournament: 12 games / Double Elimination Manager’s Meeting: TBD

5 on 5 Basketball

5 on 5 Basketball

Ages: Team Registration: Days: Season Begins: Roster Limit: Location: Fee: Games/Tournament: Manager’s Meeting:

18 years and older November 28 - December 2 TUESDAY evenings January 3 Minimum - 6 / Maximum 12 TBD $400 per team 8 games / Single Elimination TBD

Ages: Registration: Days: Season Begins: Roster Limit: Location: Fee: Games/Tournament: Manager’s Meeting:

SPRING SEASON

Baseball Ages: Registration: Days: Season Begins: Roster Limit: Location: Fee: Games/Tournament: Manager’s Meeting:

Coed Kickball Ages: Registration: Days: Season Begins: Roster Limit: Location: Fee: Tournament: Manager’s Meeting:

18 years and older March 20-24 TUESDAY evenings April 4 Minimum - 6 / Maximum 12 TBD $400 per team 8 games / Single Elimination TBD

18 years and older March 7 - 11 SATURDAY evenings April 1 Minimum - 9 / Maximum 15 TBD $200 per team Single elimination TBD

18 years and older March 20-24 SUNDAYS April 23 Minimum - 10 / Maximum 20 Surprise Recreation Campus Texas Rangers practice fields $900 per team 10 games / Single Elimination TBD

Youth Sports • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Ian Wallace, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2271 Jason Bond, Recreation Supervisor - 623.222.2238

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Adaptive Recreation Programs Special Olympics Basketball

Buddy Basketball

The Special Olympics basketball league was created for athletes with intellectual disabilities who have the desire to participate in the game of basketball. Guidelines are based from rules set forth by Special Olympics. This is a competitive league and transportation to the Special Olympics Tournament is required. Practices will be held weekly. Athletes must have a Special Olympics physical on file to participate. League Dates: Tuesdays, December 6 – February 21 League Time: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Ages: 8-17 years - Course #29191 18+ years - Course #29192 Location: Sunset Hills Elementary 17825 W. Sierra Montana Loop Registration Fee: Resident: $10/ Non-Resident: $20 Registration Begins: November 1

Buddy Basketball was established for individuals with disabilities to enjoy the game of basketball. This league utilizes Buddies to assist the players as needed to increase the levels of success and safety. Athletes ages 4-11 and 12 years and older may participate in these two leagues. This is a non-competitive wheelchair friendly league. Athletes must have a physical on file to participate. League Dates: Wednesdays, January 4 - February 15 League Times / Ages: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 4-11 years - Course #29193 League Times / Ages: 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. 12+ years - Course #29194 Location: TBD Registration Fee: Resident: $25/ Non-Resident: $35 Registration Begins: December 5 Limit: 20 Participants per league

10th Annual Special Olympics Winter Party

The Winter Party will consist of a tree decorating ceremony, music, dancing, choir performances, special guest appearances, carnival games and refreshments. Bring your lunch and join the fun! Registration is FREE but required in advance to attend the event. In conjunction with the City of Surprise, Dysart School District’s Special Olympic athletes and teachers will also be donating their time by making ornaments and decorations in school to help decorate the Holiday Trees. All Surprise Special Olympic athletes are encouraged to participate in the event. To register call Jennifer Corkin at 623.222.2245. Course Date: Friday, December 16, 2016 Course Time: 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Ages: All Ages Location: Dream Catcher Park 4534 N. Tierra Buena Lane Registration Fee: FREE

Intro to Cooking It’s time to learn the basics of cooking and how to survive in the kitchen. This class teaches you how to gather ingredients, how to measure and the basics of creating simple dishes at home. From scrambled eggs to no bake treats this one is fun and delicious. Preparing, serving, and cleanup will be covered as well. This class is designed for individuals with disabilities to enjoy. Course Dates: Mondays, January 2 - February 13 *No class on Dr. Martin Luther King Day Course Time: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Ages: 8 years & older - Course #29202 Location: Countryside Rec Center, Tot Time Room 1 15038 N Parkview Place Registration Fee: Resident: $40/ Non-Resident: $50 Registration Begins: December 5

Buddy Flag Football Clinic The Flag Football Clinic was designed for individuals with disabilities to learn and play the game of Flag Football. In conjunction with the City of Surprise, the Valley Vista Football team members will be volunteering their time to help make this clinic a reality. Modifications to rules and equipment help to make this program a reality. Athletes must have a physical on file to participate. League Dates: Saturdays, February 4 – 25 League Time: 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. Ages: 8+ years - Course #29203 Location: Dream Catcher Park 4534 N Tierra Buena Registration Fee: Resident: $25/ Non-Resident: $35 Registration Begins: January 3

Buddy Tennis This program takes the friendly non-competitive aspect of our Buddy sports program and adds the fundamentals of tennis. The program is for any individual ages 5 or older who has a medically diagnosed disability. Socialization, exercise and fundamentals all will be stressed in this exciting tennis program. Buddies will be utilized to assist the athletes as needed to help increase levels of success. Athletes must have a physical on file to participate. League Dates: Wednesdays, March 8 - April 19 League Time: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Ages: 5+ years - Course #29195 Location: Tennis & Racquet Complex 14469 W Paradise Lane Registration Fee: Resident: $25/ Non-Resident: $35 Registration Begins: February 1

Adaptive Recreation • www.surpriseaz.gov/adaptive Jeni Corkin, Recreation Specialist - 623.222.2245

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Adaptive Recreation Programs Bambino Buddy Ball

Buddy Bowling

The Bambino Buddy Ball league was established to allow players, ages 4 and older, who have a developmental and /or physical disability the opportunity to participate in the game of baseball. The league allows a buddy to assist the players throughout the game as needed to increase the success of the athletes. Athletes must have a physical on file to participate. League Dates: Thursday & Saturdays Evenings March 9 – April 22 League Times / Ages: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. 4-10 years - Course #29196 League Times / Ages: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 11-16 years - Course #29197 League Times / Ages: 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. 17 years & up - Course #29198 Location: Dream Catcher Park 14534 W. Tierra Buena Registration Fee: Early Bird Registration January 9 – 31 Resident: $25/Non Resident: $35 February 1, 2017 & after Resident: $35/Non Resident: $45 Registration begins: January 9

Buddy Bowling is the latest addition to the Buddy Sports Series being offered to individuals of all ability levels. This program is provided to introduce athletes to the sport of bowling in a non-competitive social atmosphere. Registration fees include 2 games and shoe rental for each week. Buddies are utilized as needed to help increase levels of success in all of our Buddy programs. Athletes must have a physical on file to participate. League Dates: Tuesdays, May 2-June 20 League Times: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Ages: 5 years & older League #: 29199 Location: Uptown Alley 13525 N Litchfield Rd Registration Fee: Resident: $65/Non-Resident: $70 Registration Begins: March 6, 2017 Space is limited to the first 45 participants.

Adaptive Family Fishing Derby In conjunction with the Arizona Game and Fish Department and volunteer assistance from the Sun City Grand Fishing Club, the City of Surprise is offering an Adaptive Recreation Fishing Derby where any individual with a developmental and/or physical disability can attend along with their family. This is a FREE event, but registration is required. Equipment will be provided for the first 30 adaptive participants. Individuals needing extra assistance such as personal hygiene and feeding are responsible for making arrangements prior to the event. For more information, please call Jennifer Corkin at 623.222.2245. Course Date: Saturday, April 8 Course Time: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Ages: All ages Course #: 29204 Location: Surprise Community Lake 15953 N. Bullard Avenue Registration Fee: FREE Registration Begins: March 6

Buddy Sports Buddies This volunteer program is designed for individuals who enjoy sports and want to assist athletes with disabilities in participating in these great games. Buddies help with one on one instruction and proper modifications to help increase levels of success for the athletes. Buddies assist athletes as needed with fielding, shooting, or hitting the ball, pushing wheelchairs or simply for socialization. Buddies must be 12 years or older to participate, no exceptions. All Buddies over the age of 18 must complete a City of Surprise volunteer application and a background check application. League Dates: Dates vary depending on sport League Times: Times vary depending on sport Ages: 12 years & older League #: 29200 Location: Location varies depending on sport Registration Fee: FREE Registration Begins: January 3

Adaptive Recreation • www.surpriseaz.gov/adaptive Jeni Corkin, Recreation Specialist - 623.222.2245

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Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex 14469 W. Paradise Lane Tennis Center - 623.222.2400 Tennis • www.surpriseaz.gov/tennis Operating hours thru April 30, 2017 Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturdays 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sundays 7:30 a.m. - noon Summer Hours beginning May 1, 2017 Monday - Friday 6:30 - 11:00 a.m. / 4:30 - 9:00 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays 6:30 - 11:00 a.m. Court Reservations: • Two day advance reservations are available for residents. • One day advance reservations are available for non-residents. Individual court reservations may be made in person or by phone at 623.222.2400. Private Tennis Lesson with Teaching Professional Private tennis lessons are available at the Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex.All teaching professionals are USPTA or PTR certified. Customized group lessons are available upon request. Time: Must book at the Tennis Complex with teaching professional Ages: Open to all ages Fee: Speak with teaching professional about lesson pricing

Drop-in Programs Drop-In Doubles

Players may register a ½ hour prior to the start of play and must be registered no less than five minutes prior to the start of play. Staff arranges first round match-ups. Singles matches may be necessary based on number of players. Times available through 4/30/17 Monday 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Thursday 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Friday 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Times available 05/1/2017 - 9/30/2017 Monday 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. Thursday 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Friday 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Saturday 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. Fee (Morning): $3 Resident/$4 Non-Resident: includes balls and court fees Fee (Evening): $4 Resident:/$5 Non-Resident: includes balls, lights, and court fees

Men & Women’s Singles and Doubles Flex League

Schedule your matches around your time! All you pay is court fees for each of your league matches. Each player brings a can of balls and the winning players keeps the unopenend can. Players can join at any time and all levels are encouraged to sign up. Available divisions are singles, doubles and mixed doubles. League: Adult Flex - registration is on-going Time: Flex Time Ages: 18 and older. Meet other players at your level & play when you want! Fee: Court fee only at time of match *USTA membership not required

Tennis • www.surpriseaz.gov/tennis Jennifer Wright, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2421 Guillermo Lucero, Recreation Manager - 623.222.2221

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Pickleball Programs Pickleball Open Play Drop in to Surprise Pickleball Courts (near Dreamcatcher Park) for pick-up games with all levels of play welcome. Court courtesy applies to over-capacity times- yield court to waiting players upon completion of game. Balls are furnished by Surprise Pickleball Association. Organized private groups may not use the courts during these times and are always subject to players using these public courts. Days: Tuesday/Thursday evenings Time: 4:00 - 10:00 p.m. Days: Saturday mornings Time: 6:00 a.m. - noon

Monday Night Mixed Doubles League 2.5 Level Competitive league play for you to put your pickleball skills to the test! Leagues group players of similar skills together. Teams accumulate points per game. Register with your partner as a team. If uncertain about skill level - contact SPA board member. Held at Surprise Pickleball Courts located near Dreamcatcher Park. Days: Mondays, January 9 - February 27 Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Skill Level: 2.5 - Course #: 29352 Fee: Resident: $20 per class/Non-Resident: $30 Location: Dreamcatcher Park 14534 N. Tierra Buena

Wednesday Night Mixed Doubles League 3.0 and 3.5 Level Competitive league play for you to put your pickleball skills to the test! Leagues group players of similar skills together. Teams accumulate points per game. Register with your partner as a team. If uncertain about skill level - contact SPA board member. Held at Surprise Pickleball Courts located near Dreamcatcher Park. Days: Wednesdays, January 4 - February 22 Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Skill Level: 3.0 - Course #: 29347 Skill Level: 3.5 - Course #: 29346 Fee: Resident: $20 per class/Non-Resident: $30

Women’s Wednesday League Competitive league play for you to put your pickleball skills to the test! Leagues group players of similar skills together. Teams accumulate points per game. Register with your partner as a team. If uncertain about skill level - contact SPA board member. Held at Surprise Pickleball Courts located near Dreamcatcher Park. Days: Wednesdays, January 4 - February 22 Time: 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. Skilll Level: 3.0 Course#: 29348 Skill Level: 3.5, 4.0 Course#: 29350 Fee: Resident: $20 per class/Non-Resident: $30

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Youth Tennis Programs Mommy & Me Tennis

Register for this 4 week session that meets on Tuesdays in February and March for 45 minutes each week. Class will focus on FUN interaction between parent and child. Perfect way to spend quality time with your child and meet new friends. Class: Tuesdays, February 7 - February 28 Times: 1:00 - 1:45 p.m. Course #: 28909 Class: Tuesdays, March 7 - March 28 Times: 1:00 - 1:45 p.m. Course #: 28910 Ages: 2 - 4 years old Limit: 6 participants Location: Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Fee: Resident: $44/Non-Resident: $64

6 & Under Tennis - Foam/Red (Ages 4 - 6)

The Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex offers introductory tennis instruction for children 6 & Under. The 6 & Under program offers classes that focus on general motor skill development featuring tennis-specific activities. Particpants ages 4 - 6, will use smaller racquets, preferably not exceeding 21 inches in length. The 6 & under students will use foam red balls on a 36’ court. Players can participate 1 or 2 days a week within our monthly sessions. See class listings below for fees and options. Class: Tuesdays, January 10 - January 31 Times: 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28897 Class: Wednesdays, January 4 - January 25 Times: 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28893 Class: Twice a week in Jan. Course #: 28904 Class: Times: Class: Times: Class:

Tuesdays, February 7 - February 28 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28898 Wednesdays, February 1 - February 22 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28894 Twice a week in Feb. Course #: 28905

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Tuesdays, March 7 - March 28 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28899 Wednesdays, March 1 - March 22 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28901 Twice a week in March Course #: 28906

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Tuesdays, April 4 - April 25 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28903 Wednesdays, April 5 - April 26 6:00 - 6:45 p.m. Course #: 28902 Twice a week in April Course #: 28907 Resident: 1 class $44 /2 classes $80 Non-Resident: 1 class $64 /2 classes $100 Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex

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For registration information 623.222.2400 www.surpriseaz.gov/tennis

10 & Under Tennis Programs - Now more day & options available! The Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex is proud to now offer the latest in introductory tennis instruction, 10 & Under Tennis 4 days a week + bonus PLAYDAY on Thursdays! The philosophy of 10 & Under Tennis is to provide a structured and fun framework for learning the game of tennis, utilizing equipment and court dimensions that are age and skill appropriate. The curriculum seeks to develop and improve stroke technique, movement, court sense and basic tennis tactics. Demo racquets are available for 10 & Under Tennis students. To register for any 10 & Under Tennis class, please contact the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex at 623-222-2400 or utilize our online registration process. Ages: 7-10 years Limit: 16 participants Location: Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Fees: Resident: $50/Non-Resident: $ 70/1 class per week Resident: $95/Non-Resident: $115/2 classes per week Resident: $140/Non-Resident: $160/3 classes per week Resident: $175/Non-Resident: $190/4 classes per week Bonus Thursdays: 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

10 & Under- Development (Ages 7-10)

Class features an introduction of tennis fundamentals, drills for stroke improvement and introduction to team-game situations. This class will utilize the Red felt tennis ball on a 36’ court. Get the kids playing with our 2x and new 3x week options. Class: Mondays, January 9 - January 30 Times: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29336 Class: Tuesdays, January 3 - January 24 Times: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29229 Class: Wednesdays, January 4 - January 25 Times: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29217 Class: Saturdays, January 7 - January 28 Times: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Course #: 29221 Class: Twice a week in January Times: Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29213 Class: Three times a week in January Times: Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29225 Class: Four times a week in January Times: Mon, Tues. Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29340 Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Fees:

Mondays, February 6 - February 27 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29337 Tuesdays, February 7 - February 28 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29230 Wednesdays, February 1 - February 22 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29218 Saturdays, February 4 - February 25 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Course #: 29222 Twice a week in February Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29214 Three times a week in February Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29226 Four times a week in February Mon, Tues. Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29341 Resident: $50/Non-Resident $70 (1 class) Resident: $95/Non-Resident $115 (2 classes) Resident: $140/Non-Resident $160 (3 classes) Resident: $170/Non-Resident $190 (4 classes)

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Youth Tennis Programs 10 and Under - Development (Ages 7-10) continued...

10 and Under Tennis - REFINING (Ages 7-10) continued...

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Mondays, March 6 - March 27 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29338 Tuesdays, March 7 - March 28 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29231 Wednesdays, March 1 - March 22 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29219 Saturdays, March 4 - March 25 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Course #: 29223 Twice a week in March Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29215 Three times a week in March Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29227 Four times a week in March Mon., Tues., Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29342

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Mondays, February 6 - February 27 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29366 Tuesdays, February 7 - February 28 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29374 Wednesdays, February 1 - February 22 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29378 Saturdays, February 4 - February 25 11:00 a.m. - noon Course #: 29370 Twice a week in February Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29358 Three times a week in February Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29362 Four times a week in February Mon., Tues., Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29382

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Mondays, April 3 - April 24 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29224 Tuesdays, April 4 - April 25 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29232 Wednesdays, April 5 - April 26 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29220 Twice a week in April Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29216 Three times a week in April Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29228 Four times a week in April Mon., Tues., & Wed. . Course #: 29343 Resident: $50/Non-Resident $70 (1 class) Resident: $95/Non-Resident $115 (2 classes) Resident: $140/Non-Resident $160 (3 classes) Resident: $170/Non-Resident $190 (4 classes)

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Mondays, March 6 - March 27 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29367 Tuesdays, March 7 - March 28 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29375 Wednesdays, March 1 - March 22 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29379 Saturdays, March 4 - March 25 11:00 a.m. - noon Course #: 29371 Twice a week in March Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29359 Three times a week in March Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29363 Four times a week in March Mon., Tues., Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29384

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Mondays, April 3 - April 24 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29368 Tuesdays, April 4 - April 25 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29376 Wednesdays, April 5 - April 26 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29380 Saturdays, April 1 - April 28 11:00 a.m. - noon Course #: 29372 Twice a week in April Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29360 Three times a week in April Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29364 Four times a week in April Mon., Tues., Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29383 Resident: $50/Non-Resident $70 (1 class) Resident: $95/Non-Resident $115 (2 classes) Resident: $140/Non-Resident $160 (3 classes) Resident: $175/Non-Resident $195 (4 classes)

10 and Under Tennis - REFINING (Ages 7-10) Class features an advancement of stroke technique, drills for advancing tactical situations and increased match based scenarios. 10 & Under Red is a pre-requisite for this class. This class will utilize the Orange ball on a 60’ court. Teaching Pro Approval is required for placement in this class. Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times:

Mondays, January 9 - January 30 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29365 Tuesdays, January 3 - January 24 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29373 Wednesdays, January 4 - January 25 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 29377 Saturdays, January 7 - January 28 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Course #: 29369 Twice a week in January Pick two days (8 classes) Course #: 29357 Three times a week in January Pick three days (12 classes) Course #: 29361 Four times a week in January Mon., Tues., Wed. & Sat. Course #: 29381

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Youth Tennis Programs 10 & Under Tennis - PERFORMANCE (Ages 7-10)

Beginner Tennis program for players 7-10 years old. Players that have advanced through the Red and Orange levels of 10 & Under Tennis will be prepared to start competing using the green ball on 78’ foot courts.Teaching Pro approval required for placement this class. Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times:

Tuesdays, January 10 - January 31 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28853 Thursdays, January 5 - January 26 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28857 Twice a week in January Tuesdays and Thursdays Course #: 28849

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Tuesdays, February 7 - February 28 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28854 Thursdays, February 2 - February 23 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28858 Twice a week in February Tuesdays and Thursdays Course #: 28050

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Tuesdays, March 7 - March 28 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28855 Thursdays, March 2 - March 23 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28859 Twice a week in March Tuesdays and Thursdays Course #: 28851

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Tuesdays, April 4 - April 25 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28856 Thursdays, April 6 - April 27 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #: 28860 Twice a week in April Tuesdays and Thursdays Course #: 28852

7-10 years Limit: 16 participants Ages: Location: Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Monthly Fees - indicated by class per week: Resident: $50/Non-Resident: $70 (1 class) Resident: $95/Non-Resident: $115 (2 classes)

10 & Under Junior Drop In Doubles Free every Thursday for current STRC students! GET OUT AND PLAY!Minimum Requirements – Simple rally

skills and basic understanding of rules. This is an entry level program for junior players ages 6-10 who are CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN OUR 10 & UNDER PROGRAMS. The 10 & Under Junior Doubles Drop - in program offers graduated court sizes and both 10 & Under Red (Foam and Felt Ball - 36 ft. court) & 10 & Under Orange (Orange Ball - 60 ft. court) divisions. This is an excellent way to introduce a child to the fun of competition without having to develop all of the necessary skills for full match play. The best part of this event is that it is non-elimination, win or lose, each child will continue to participate! This is a child’s first step toward enjoying tennis for a lifetime. We encourage fun and learning over winning with this activity! Class: Times: Fee: Location:

Thursdays 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. $10 per player if currently not enrolled in our monthly program Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex

Surprise JR Conditioning - NEW PROGRAM! This program is designed for the Junior Tennis Player that is looking to take their fitness to the next level. Participants will focus on strengthening their cardiovascular endurance; improve their footwork, speed and agility plus increase overall core strength to help them compete on the tennis court at a higher level. Class: Thursdays in January, February, March and April Times: 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Course: January - #28941 February - #28942 March #28943 April #28944 Ages: 7-18 years Fee: Resident $50/Non-Resident $70

SLICERS - Tennis & Pizza on Friday Nights! The STRC is the place to be on Friday nights! Come play tennis with your friends and meet other teens too! Then enjoy PIZZA and PING PONG afterwards. All this fun for only $5 pp! Call ahead each week (623.222.2400) to reserve your spot and slice of pizza! Dates: Location: Fee: Ages:

Fridays 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Tennis, pizza & fun! Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex $5 per player 8 - 10 yrs. Little Slices 11 - 13 yrs. Medium Slices H.S. Big Slices

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Teen Tennis Programs 11 & Up Futures

This class is designed for beginner/advanced beginner level players ages 11-17. Class will focus on basic stroke development introducing the forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Class: Saturdays, January 7 - January 28 Times: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Course #: 28911 Class: Tuesdays, January 10 - January 31 Times: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28920 Class: Twice a week January 7 - January 31 Times: Tuesdays and Saturdays Course #: 28914 Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times:

Saturdays, February 4 - February 25 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Course #: 28913 Tuesdays, February 7 - February 28 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28919 Twice a week February 4 - February 28 Tuesdays and Saturdays Course #: 28921

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Saturdays, March 4 - March 25 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Course #: 28915 Tuesdays, March 7 - March 28 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28918 Twice a week March 4 - March 28 Tuesdays and Saturdays Course #: 28922

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Saturdays, April 1 - April 22 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Course #: 28916 Tuesdays, April 4 - April 25 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28917 Twice a week April 1 - April 25 Tuesdays and Saturdays Course #: 28923 11 - 17 years 24 participants Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Resident: $75/Non-Resident: $95 (1 class) Resident: $115/Non-Resident $135 (2 classes)

Challengers

This class is designed for teen-aged players that have advanced through the Futures class. Class will focus on advanced stroke development and improving tennis tactics for singles and doubles play. Class: Saturdays, January 7 - January 28 Times: 10:30 a.m. - noon Course #: 28929 Class: Thursdays, January 5 - January 26 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28933 Class: Twice a week January 5 - January 28 Times: Thursdays and Saturdays Course #: 28936 Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times:

Saturdays, February 4 - February 25 10:30 a.m. - noon Course #: 28930 Thursdays, February 2 - February 23 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Course #: 28939 Twice a week February 2 - February 25 Thursdays and Saturdays Course #: 28937

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Saturdays, March 4 - March 25 10:30 a.m. - noon Course #: 28931 Thursdays, March 2 - March 23 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28935 Twice a week March 2 - March 25 Thursdays and Saturdays Course #: 28938

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Saturdays, April 1 - April 22 10:30 a.m. - noon Course #: 28932 Thursdays, April 6 - April 27 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. Course #: 28939 Twice a week April 1 - April 27 Thursdays and Saturdays Course #: 28940

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11 - 17 years 8 participants per day Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Resident: $75/Non-Resident: $105 (1 class) Resident: $115/Non-Resident $135 (2 classes)

High School Drop-In - New Teen Program

Calling all HIGH SCHOOL Tennis Players both varsity and junior varsity! Are you ready for the 2017 Season? Do you need to tune up your game? Then play at the STRC on Tuesday nights in this program just for YOU! Drill with 3-time AZ State Tennis Champ Max Schell for ½hr and then put your skills to the test in doubles or singles. All levels welcome! Class: Tuesdays Times: 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Fees: Resident: $2/Non-Resident: $3

Surprise Junior Excellence

This class is designed for players with some tennis experience. This program is not for the beginner or players who have had no previous coaching. All participants must be pro approved. This program will focus on advanced stroke development, mental toughness, strategy, footwork, and match-play. This program is designed to get players ready for the upcoming high school season. Enrollment in this class requires pro approval and is not available for online registration. Class: Mondays and Thursdays, January 5 - January 30 Times: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28924 Class: Mondays and Thursdays, February 2 - February 27 Times: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28925 Class Mondays and Thursdays, March 2 - March 27 Times: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28926 Class: Mondays and Thursdays, April 3 - April 27 Times: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Course #: 28927 Ages: 12 - 17 years Limit: 16 participants Location: Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Monthly Fee: Resident: $115/Non-Resident: $135 (2 classes per week)

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Adult Tennis Programs Player Evaluations

Surprise Tennis University - Winter 2016

Adult Quickstart Tennis

Intermediate Instructional Play

Not sure of your current level of play? New to the area and would like to get involved in a tennis program at the award-winning Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex? Come meet with one of our pros for an evaluation. Consult with them and they will help guide you into the appropriate level. Call the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex at 623.222.2400 for more information. Fee: Complimentary Must call in advance to schedule Ages: 18 Years and up Location: Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex 14469 W. Paradise Lane Class will focus on basic stroke development introducing the forehand, backhand, volley and serves. This class is designed for beginners and advanced beginners - 4 week sessions. Class: Mondays, January 9 - February 27* Times: 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28861 Fee: Residents: $83/Non-Residents: $103 *No Class Jan. 16 or Feb. 20 due to City Observed Holidays Class: Mondays, March 6 - March 27 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28862 Class: Mondays, April 3 - April 24 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28863 Class: Saturdays, January 7 - January 28 Times: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Course #: 28864 Class: Saturdays, March 4 - March 25 Times: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Course #: 28865 Ages: Location: Fee:

18 Years and up Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex Resident: $55/Non-Resident: $75

Matchmakers

This class is the next step for those players who have completed Adult Quickstart or Surprise Tennis University and are not quite ready for our Intermediate Class. Focus will be on skill development and match play strategy - 4 week session. Class: Wednesdays, January 4 - January 25 Time: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28867 Class: Time:

Wednesdays, February 1 - February 22 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28868

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Wednesdays, March 1 - March 22 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28869

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Wednesdays, April 5 - April 26 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28870

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18 Years and older Resident: $55/Non-Resident: $75 8 participants per session

Complete program for adult beginner players! The eleven week program includes 6-weeks of instruction, 4-weeks of supervised match play and pre-match drills/coaching and 1 week of a non-elimination tournament. The program includes: complimentary practice court time, ball machine use and loaner racquets. Become a complete player in only 11-weeks! For BEGINNERS ONLY (participants may not have taken any prior tennis classes at STRC, to be eligible for STU). Class: Tuesdays, February 21 - May 2 Time: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28890 Ages: 18 Years and older Fee: Resident: $99/Non-Resident: $119 For intermediate players who are ready to take the next step into strategy and game play. Class will focus on singles and doubles strategy, court positioning, and shot selection. Class is designed for players who have graduated from our Adult Quickstart Tennis class and/or Surprise Tennis University. Class: Wednesdays, January 4 - January 28 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28871 Class: Wednesdays, February 1 - February 22 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28872 Class: Wednesdays, March 1 - March 22 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28873 Class: Wednesdays, April 5 - April 26 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28874 Ages: Fee: Limit:

18 Years and up Resident: $55/Non-Resident: $75 8 participants per session

Drills & Skills for League Players

A fast paced workout designed to focus on shot selection, movement, anticipation, and singles and doubles strategy. Class is designed for intermediate to advanced players. Class: Wednesdays, January - January 28 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28882 Class: Wednesdays, February 1 - February 22 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28883 Class: Wednesdays, March 1 - March 22 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28884 Class: Wednesdays, April 5 - April 26 Times: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Course #: 28885 Ages: Fee: Limit:

18 Years and up Resident: $55/Non-Resident: $75 8 participants per session

For registration information 623.222.2400 www.surpriseaz.gov/tennis

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Tennis Drop-in Programs NEW - Dynamic Tennis on Monday Nights

Drop in Paddleball - Monday Nights

This clinic is for the player rated 3.5 and/or above (or pro approved) looking to improve their game. These classes are a great way to practice and play points while working on technique and implementing tactics and strategy. Dynamic Tennis means that in most instances the participant self-feeds and/or the pro feeds, the ball, in order to start the drill or point. The number of people and skill levels may vary but that only adds to the fun and learning. Day: Monday Nights Time 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. Ages: 18 and older Fee: Resident: $15 per class

Check out this action packed activity at the STRC! Paddleball Drop-In is on Monday nights from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Not sure what Paddleball is? Don’t worry all levels are welcome! Equipment will be available for use. This activity is for adults 18 & over and the fee is $2 for residents and $3 for non-residents. Day: Mondays - All levels welcome! Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Fee: $2 Resident/$3 Non-Resident

Drop In Racquetball Programs

The Tenniscize workout is a fun-filled hour program that incorporates warm-ups, innovative drills, and singles and doubles play - all done to motivational background music to make it fun. The drills cover pretty much the whole game full court, combination volleys and overheads, baseline drills, serve-and-volley approach shots, and more. Class: Tuesday nights Time: Tuesdays 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Starting May 6 Ages: 18 years and older Fee: Resident: $10 per class/$13 Non-Resident

Sign-up and challenge the player on court. Each match will be one game to 11 points and must win by one. The winner will stay on court and the loser will go back in line to rechallenge. The maximum a player can stay on court is three times and then must relinquish their spot to the next player in line. Day: Tuesdays - Beginner/Intermediate Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Day: Wednesdays - Intermediate/Advanced Time: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Day: Thursdays - Beginning/Intermediate Time: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Fee: Resident: $2/Non-Resident: $3

SuperTenniscize

New Class - Racquetball Lessons!

Tenniscize

The extended version tenniscize-1.5 hours of fun. Class: Saturdays Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. Ages: 18 years and older Fee: Resident: $15 per class

Dominating Doubles Work on your doubles game and your fitness. Develop sound strategies, anticipation skills, and sharpen your net play. Designed for players rated 3.0 or higher. Players must register at front desk at least 24 hours prior to class. Class: Thursdays in January Times: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Class: Thursdays in February Times: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Class: Thursdays in March Time: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Class: Thursdays in April Time: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Class: Thursdays in May Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m. Ages: 18 years and older Fee: Resident: $15 per class/Non-Resident: $18

Looking to try a new sport? Then try racquetball! The cardio benefits are excellent! This new program is for adults 18 & over. Classes are forming now. If you are interested please call 623.222.2400 for registration information.

Player Evaluations Not sure of your current level of play? New to the area and would like to get involved in a tennis program at the award winning Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex? Come meet with one of our pros for an evaluation. Consult with them and they will help guide you into the appropriate level. Call the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex at 623.222.2400 for more information. Fee: Complimentary must call in advance to schedule Ages: 18 Years and up Location: Tennis & Racquet Complex 14469 W. Paradise Lane

Tennis • www.surpriseaz.gov/tennis Jennifer Wright, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2421 Guillermo Lucero, Recreation Manager - 623.222.2221

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Aquatic Lap Swim & Rentals Adult Only Lap Swimming

Adult Lap Swimming at the Surprise Aquatic Center. Adult only lap swim times are listed below. Space is limited, so please expect to share lap lanes. Lap swim passes are good October through March. All passes must be purchased at the Surprise Aquatic Center or Community and Recreation Services Office. Passes are only offered to Surprise residents. Ages: Adults, 18 and older Entry Fees: Resident: $2, Non-residents: $5, Resident passes (Oct.-Mar.): $40 Location: Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave Dates: Monday-Thursday, 6:30p.m . - 8 p.m.

Aquatic Center Private Pool Rentals

The City of Surprise Pool is available, on a limited basis, for rental by Surprise residents as well as with accredited educational institutions, private groups or non-profit agencies. The pool may be reserved for a minimum of two hours and a maximum of 4 hours. Please see our website for additional rules and restrictions. Location: Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave. Rental Fees: 100 or less / $230 per hour 101-150 / $260 per hour 151-200 / $280 per hour 201-250 / $300 per hour 251-400 / $400 per hour

Training Classes Lifeguard Training

Upon completion of this course, participants will be certified for One year in Starguard Lifeguard Training and First Aid and one year in CPR for Professional Rescuer. Participant must attend all classes and pass all tests to successfully complete this course. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www. surpriseaz.com/recreation. Age determined on or before May 8, 2017. Ages: Must be a minimum of 16 years old Registration Fees: Resident: $100 / Non-resident: $120 Registration: Score-card: December 5 Resident: December 12 Non-resident: December 19 Location: Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave. Course: March 18-26 (Sat & Sun) 8-5 p.m. #29330 March 20-24 (Mon-Fri) 8-2 p.m. #29331

Swim Lesson Insructor Course

Teach skills that may save a life! This Starfish certification course includes training to become certificated to teach a variety of swim skills to people of all ages. Swimming skills must be proficient to level 5 of City of Surprise learn-to-swim. Participant must attend all classes and pass all tests to successfully complete this course. REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE AT www. surpriseaz.com/recreation. Age determined on or before May 8, 2017. Ages: Must be a minimum of 16 years old Registration Fees: Resident: $120/ Non-resident: $140 Registration: Score-card: December 5 Resident: December 12 Non-resident: December 19 Location: Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave. Course: March 20-24 (Mon-Fri) #29332 Time: 2 p.m. - 8p.m.

USA Club Swim Team The Surprise Storm is a year-round USA Club Swimming program. We offer a variety of levels from stroke instruction, beginning level competitive and elite level swim training.

Winter/Spring 2017 Practice Times Groups Days Gold M - F Silver M - F Bronze M - Th Blue M / W / Th Yellow M / W

Practice Times 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Monthly Fees $110 $90 $75 $60 $50

Initial Registration Fee: Surprise Residents: $75 Non-Residents: $150 (Required for Bronze, Silver and Gold Groups)

Contact Head Coach Tim Manley at 623.222.2264 or tim.manley@surpriseaz.gov to schedule an evaluation.

Aquatics • www.surpriseaz.gov/aquatics Daniel Luvisi, Recreation Coordinator 623.222.2251 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Aquatic Fitness Shallow/Zumba Aqua Aerobics

Deep Water Aerobics

An excellent way to stay in shape without the stress land can put on your joints! Come and join the group for upbeat aerobic classes that will leave you feeling refreshed. The water is heated with an average temperature of 83 degrees. January - 7:15 - 8:00 p.m. Mondays, Jan 2-30 Tuesdays, Jan 3-31 Wednesdays, Jan 4-25 Thursdays, Jan 5-26 February - 7:15 - 8:00 p.m. Mondays, Feb 6-27 Tuesdays, Feb 7-28 Wednesdays, Feb 1-22 Thursdays, Feb 2-23 March - 7:15 - 8:00 p.m. Mondays, Mar 6-27 Tuesdays, Mar 7-28 Wednesdays, Mar 1-29 Thursdays, Mar 2-30 April - 7:15 - 8:00 p.m. Mondays, Apr 3-24 Tuesdays, Apr 4-25 Wednesdays, Apr 5-26 Thursdays, Apr 6-27 May - 7:15 - 8:00 p.m. Mondays, May 1-22 Tuesdays, May 2-23 Wednesdays, May 3-24 Thursdays, May 4-25 Ages: Registration Fees:

Course #29209 Course #29210 Course #29211 Course #29212 Course #29237 Course #29238 Course #29239 Course #29240 Course #29245 Course #29246 Course #29247 Course #29248 Course #29253 Course #29254 Course #29255 Course #29256 Course #29261 Course #29262 Course #29263 Course #29264

Adults, 18 and older Resident: $18 / Non-resident: $28

(Price varies depending on number of weeks classes are offered)

Registration: Score-card: December 5 Resident: December 12 Non-resident: December 19 Location: Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave. *Must have at least 6 people registered to run class

Water aerobics is suitable for anyone of almost any age, of any fitness level. It causes less stress on the joints, since the water displaces much of your weight, up to 85 percent of your body’s weight. Resistance of the water will make your muscles work harder than you think they are, you can burn anywhere from 350 to 600 calories in a 45-minute deep water workout. January - 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. Mondays, Jan 2-30 Course #29205 Tuesdays, Jan 3-31 Course #29206 Wednesdays, Jan 4-25 Course #29207 Thursdays, Jan 5-26 Course #29208 February - 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. Mondays, Feb 6-27 Course #29233 Tuesdays, Feb 7-28 Course #29234 Wednesdays, Feb 1-22 Course #29235 Thursdays, Feb 2-23 Course #29236 March - 6:15 -7:00 p.m. Mondays, Mar 6-27 Course #29241 Tuesdays, Mar 7-28 Course #29242 Wednesdays, Mar 1-29 Course #29243 Thursdays, Mar 2-30 Course #29244 April - 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. Mondays, Apr 3-24 Course #29249 Tuesdays, Apr 4-25 Course #29250 Wednesdays, Apr 5-26 Course #29251 Thursdays, Apr 6-27 Course #29252 May - 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. Mondays, May 1-22 Course #29257 Tuesdays, May 2-23 Course #29258 Wednesdays, May 3-24 Course #29259 Thursdays, May 4-25 Course #29260 Ages: Adults, 18 and older Registration Fees: Resident: $18 / Non-resident: $28 (Price varies depending on number of weeks classes are offered)

Registration: Score-card: December 5 Resident: December 12 Non-resident: December 19 Location: Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave. *Must have at least 6 people registered to run class

Registration Dates Score Card Member Dec. 5 Resident Dec. 12 Non-Resident Dec. 19 Register online at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Aquatics • www.surpriseaz.gov/aquatics Daniel Luvisi, Recreation Coordinator 623.222.2251 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Spring Swimming Lessons

Has your child taken swim lessons before? Yes

No

Is your child CONSISTENTLY comfortable in the water without a parent?

Can your child swim approximately 10 yards?

Yes

Yes

No

3 yrs – 4 yrs = Preschool C 5 yrs & up = Level 2 3 yrs – 4 yrs = Preschool B 5 yrs & up = Level 1

Can your child swim across the pool (25 yards)? No

Yes

No

6 mon. – 18 mon. = Parent Tot A 18 mon. – 3 yrs (walkers) = Parent Tot B 3 yrs – 4 yrs = Preschool A***

Level 3

Can your child swim all 4 competitive strokes 25 yards?

***Preschool A is intended to prepare kids for swim lessons. Parents are allowed to accompany the child, but to pass the class the child must be consistently comfortable in the water without the parent.

(Freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, & butterfly)

Yes

No

Level 5

Diving

Level 4

Class Title

Ages

Students : Teacher

Parent Tot A

6 mo. – 18 mo.

12 : 1

Parent Tot B

1 yr – 3 yrs

12 : 1

Preschool A

3 yrs – 5 yrs

5:1

Preschool B*

3 yrs – 5 yrs

6:1

Preschool C**

3 yrs – 5 yrs

6:1

Level 1*

5 & up

6:1

Level 2**

5 & up

6:1

Level 3

5 & up

8:1

Level 4

5 & up

8:1

Level 5

5 & up

8:1

Diving

5 & up

8:1

*Preschool B and Level 1 work on similar skills (age of child is the main difference) **Preschool C and Level 2 work on similar skills (age of child is the main difference)

Aquatics • www.surpriseaz.gov/aquatics Daniel Luvisi, Recreation Coordinator 623.222.2251 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Group Lessons (M-TH for 2 wks) Time/Date Registration Dates: (Starts at 8am) 4:00-4:30pm

4:40-5:10pm

5:20-5:50pm 6:00-6:30pm 6:40-7:10pm 7:20-7:50pm

Session 1: 3/27-4/6 Session 2: 4/10-4/20 Session 3: 4/24-5/4 Session 4: 5/8-5/18 Scorecard: 3/13 Scorecard: 4/3 Scorecard: 4/17 Scorecard: 5/1 Resident: 3/15 Resident: 4/5 Resident: 4/19 Resident: 5/3 Non-Resident: 3/17 Non-Resident: 4/7 Non-Resident: 4/21 Non-Resident: 5/5 Parent Tot A 28985 Parent Tot B 29389 Preschool B 29042 Preschool B 29080 Preschool A 28986 Preschool A 29120 Preschool B 29122 Preschool B 29081 Preschool B 28988 Level 1 29005 Parent Tot B 29078 Preschool C 29083 Level 1 28978 Preschool B 29016 Preschool C 29043 Preschool A 29079 Preschool B 28987 Preschool C 29017 Level 1 29032 Level 1 29070 Preschool C 28989 Level 2 29007 Level 3 29036 Level 3 29074 Level 1 29116 Level 1 29117 Parent Tot A 29040 Parent Tot A 29013 Level 2 28980 Preschool B 29015 Preschool B 29123 Level 1 29071 Preschool A 29124 Preschool A 29121 Diving 29031 Diving 29069 Preschool C 28990 Preschool C 29018 Level 2 29119 Level 1 29118 Level 3 28982 Level 3 29010 Level 1 29033 Level 2 29072 Level 1 28979 Level 1 29006 Level 2 29035 Level 2 29073 Level 2 28981 Level 2 29008 Level 3 29037 Level 3 29075 Level 3 28983 Level 3 29011 Level 4 29038 Level 4 29076 Level 4 28984 Level 4 29012 Level 5 29039 Level 5 29077

RESIDENT FEES Group: $25 per session Private: $40 per session

NON RESIDENT FEES Group: $45 per session Private: $60 per session Private Lessons (M&W or T&TH for 1 week)

Location Surprise Aquatic Center 15831 N. Bullard Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374 623.222.2500

Time/Date

Session 1: 3/27-4/6 Session 2: 4/10-4/20 Session 3: 4/24-5/4 Session 4: 5/8-5/18 3/27 6:00PM 28993 4/10 6:00PM 29019 4/24 6:00PM 29045 5/08 6:00PM 29090 28994 4/10 6:40PM 29021 4/24 6:40PM 29046 5/08 6:40PM 29085 3/27 6:40PM 3/27 7:20PM 28996 4/10 7:20PM 29023 4/24 7:20PM 29048 5/08 7:20PM 29098 Private Lessons Monday / Wednesday 4/03 6:00PM 28998 4/17 6:00PM 29025 5/01 6:00PM 29050 5/15 6:00PM 29088 4/03 6:40PM 29000 4/17 6:40PM 29029 5/01 6:40PM 29056 5/15 6:40PM 29092 4/03 7:20PM 29002 4/17 7:20PM 29027 5/01 7:20PM 29054 5/15 7:20PM 29096 3/28 6:00PM 28991 4/11 6:00PM 29020 4/25 6:00PM 29047 5/09 6:00PM 29091 3/28 6:40PM 28992 4/11 6:40PM 29022 4/25 6:40PM 29049 5/09 6:40PM 29095 3/28 7:20PM 28995 4/11 7:20PM 29024 4/25 7:20PM 29051 5/09 7:20PM 29003 Private Lessons Tuesday / Thursday 4/04 6:00PM 28997 4/18 6:00PM 29028 5/02 6:00PM 29055 5/16 6:00PM 29089 4/04 6:40PM 28999 4/18 6:40PM 29030 5/02 6:40PM 29053 5/16 6:40PM 29093 29001 4/18 7:20PM 29026 5/02 7:20PM 29052 5/16 7:20PM 29087 4/04 7:20PM

City of Surprise Swim Lesson Refund Policy NO REFUNDS ISSUED. Credits on your recreation account through the CRS department will only be approved if you withdraw from the course 72 hours before the start of the class and will be subject to a 50% withdrawal fee. after the start of class. credits or session movement will not be permitted, as we can no longer fill that spot with another participant. Please call 623-222-2251 for any questions. For more information please contact : Community and Recreation Services 15960 N. Bullard Ave. Surprise, AZ 85374 623.222.2000 / 623.222.2251 or visit www.surpriseaz.gov/aquatics

Aquatics • www.surpriseaz.gov/aquatics Daniel Luvisi, Recreation Coordinator 623.222.2251 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Sierra Montana Recreation Center Sierra Montana Recreation Center can be rented! Sierra Montana Recreation Center is available for party rentals for Surprise residents. Whether it’s a hard to please teenager or a thrill seeking school age child, Sierra Montana can keep everyone happy. DJ’s or game leaders are available for an additional fee. Basic Package $150 for Three Hours •Fully outfitted game room, dance room that accommodates up to 50 people and a prep room with a sink, counters, refrigerator and freezer for food preparation. Ultimate Rental $300 for Three Hours •Basic Rental Package •Plus large Multi Purpose Room for big group games and large groups. •Teen Lounge with pool tables, big screen TV for group.

Winter & Spring Break Camps Enroll your child in our Break Camps for some fun and excitement while they are out of school. Our Break Camps are fun filled programs that include afternoon snack, daily activities, arts & crafts, guest speakers, games, sports and field trips. These programs are state licensed; therefore a copy of birth certificate and immunizations as well as additional paperwork is required. Parents will be required to sign their child in and out each day. Space is limited so please sign up early to secure your space. Programs: Winter Break Camp Dates: December 26 - 30 & January 2 - 6 Times: 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Location: Countryside Recreation Center 15038 N. Parkview Pl Daily Rate $35 Resident / $45 Non-resident Three Days: $85 Resident / $105 Non-resident Week Fee: $110 Resident / $130 Non-resident Grades: Kindergarten - 6th grade Registration: Available Now Programs: Spring Break Camp Dates: March 20-24, 2017 Monday - Friday Times: 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center 14861 N. Spring Ln Daily Rate: $35 Resident / $45 Non-resident Three Days: $85 Resident / $105 Non-resident Week Fee: $110 Resident / $130 Non-resident Grades: Kindergarten - 6th grade Registration: February 1

Youth Camps • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Tot & Preschool Baby Blings Tap/Ballet/Jazz/Tumbling Combo

Little Learners

Come join us for some learning fun with your little one. Little Learners is geared for 2-4 year old children to attend with the help and support of an adult. Each week we will be engaged in activities that will focus on a letter of the alphabet and phonetic awareness. Activities include stories, music, crafts, and group fun. The children will also learn how to transition in a classroom setting, cooperative play with peers, and how to follow directions. So gather up those Little Learners and come find out how fun learning can be! Parent participation is required.1 adult per child please Class: Friday, January 13-January 27 Times: 9:00a.m.-10:00a.m. Course #29135 Class: Friday, February 3-February 24 Times: 9:00a.m.-10:00a.m. Course #29136 Class: Friday, March 3-March 31 Times: 9:00a.m.-10:00a.m. Course #29137 Class: Friday, April 7-April 28 Times: 9:00am-10:00am- Course #29138 2-4 yr. old Ages: Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $25/ Non Resident $35

Dancers will learn tap, ballet, jazz and tumbling in a fun and uplifting environment. Dancers will participate in a 45 minute session where they will develop dance skills. Class: Monday, January 9-February 13 Times: 9:30a.m.-10:15a.m. Course #29440 Times: 10:30a.m.-11:15a.m. Course #29442 Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 5:00p.m.-5:45p.m. Course #29446 Class: Wednesday, January 11-February 15 Times: 5:00p.m-.5:45p.m. Course #29448 Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 6:00p.m.-6:45p.m. Course #29452 Class: Monday, February 20 – April 3 Times: 9:30a.m.-10:15a.m. Course #29441 Times: 10:30a.m-.11:15a.m. Course #29443 Class: Tuesday, February 21 – April 4 Times: 5:00p.m.-5:45p.m. Course #29447 Wednesday, February 22 – April 5 Class: Times: 5:00p.m.-5:45p.m. Course #29449 Class: Thursday, February 23 – April 6 Times: 6:00p.m.-6:45p.m. Course #29453 Ages: 2-3yr. old Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Class: Times: Ages: Location: Fee: Class Length:

(price varies depending on number of weeks classes are offered)

Parent Tot Tumbling

Monday, January 9-February 13 12:30p.m.-1:15p.m. Course #29444 Monday, February 20 – April 3 12:30p.m-.1:15p.m. Course #29445 Thursday, January 12-February 16 5:00p.m.-5:45p.m. Course #29450 Thursday, February 23 – April 6 5:00p.m.-5:45p.m. Course #29451 4-5yr. old Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Resident $60/ Non Resident $70 6 weeks

.Steppin Out - Parent Tot Fairytale Ballet Fairytale ballet is an enchanting introduction to ballet and jazz technique that uses story time, princess themes, and props to make each class a magical experience. The focus is on having fun and giving your child a positive introduction to dance. No experience is necessary. Pink leather ballet shoes recommended. Students can wear any type of comfortable clothing. **Parent participation is required Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 11:30a.m.-12:15p.m. Course #29296 Class: Monday, March 6-April 10 Times: 11:30a.m.-12:15p.m. Course #29297 Times: Monday, April 17-May 22 Times: 11:30a.m.-12:15p.m. Course #29298 Ages: 2-4yr.. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $50/ Non Resident $60

Bling Tour offers tumbling classes for parents and tiny tots. Parents will learn to teach their tiny tot to tumble in a fun and uplifting environment. Parents and tots will participate in a 30 minute session where parents will learn to teach their tiny tot the tumbling basics building strength, coordination, flexibility and large motor skills. This is also a fun and enjoyable way to spend quality time with your child and meet new friends (one adult per child). Class: Monday, January 9-February 13 Times: 11:00a.m-.11:30a.m. Course #29431 Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 11:00a.m.-11:30a.m. Course #29432 Class: Monday, February 20 – April 3 Times: 11:00a.m.-11:30a.m. Course #29433 Class: Thursday, February 23 – April 6 Times: 11:00a.m.-11:30a.m. Course #29434 Ages: 2-4yr. old Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70 Class Length: 6 weeks

Special Interest Classes • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Tot & Preschool Steppin Out - Parent Tot Fairytale Ballet

Preschool Tumbling

Steppin Out - We Can Dance Two

Bling Tour offers tumbling classes for preschoolers. Tumblers will learn to tumble in a fun and uplifting environment. Tumblers will participate in a 30 minute session where they will build strength, flexibility, coordination and large motor skills as they progress through the program at their own pace. Class: Monday, January 9-February 13 Times: 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Course #29417 10:15 -10:45 a.m. Course #29418 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. Course #29419 4:15 – 4:45 p.m. Course #29420 5:00 – 5:30 p.m. Course #29421 5:45 – 6:15 p.m. Course #29422 Class: Thursday, January 12 – February 16 Times: 9:30 -10:00 a.m. Course #29402 10:15 – 10:45 a.m. Course #29404 Class: Monday, February 20 – April 3 Times: 9:30 -10:00 a.m. Course #29413 10:15 - 10:45 a.m. Course #29410 3:30 - 4:00 p.m. Course #29414 4:15 – 4:45 p.m. Course #29415 5:00 – 5:30 p.m. Course #29411 5:45 – 6:15 p.m. Course #29412 Class: Thursday, February 23 – April 6 Times: 9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Course #29403 10:15 – 10:45 a.m. Course #29423 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70 Class Length: 6 weeks

A fun and exciting way to build strength, flexibility, coordination and large motor skills. Learn basic tumbling moves like front rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends and more! Parents are taught how to spot and work with children at home as well. No experience necessary. Parent participation required. Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Course #29296 Class: Monday, March 6-April 10 Times: 11:30 a.m-.12:15 p.m. Course #29297 Times: Monday, April 17-May 22 Times: 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Course #29298 Ages: 2-4yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 In this class you will learn to teach your two year old skills that build strength, coordination, flexibility, and large motor skills. Using props, stories and fun music your child will gain a positive introduction to dance and tumbling basics (Only one adult per child). Class: Wednesday, January 18-February 22 Times: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. Course #29306 Class: Wednesday, March 8-May 24 Times: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. Course #29307 Class: Wednesday, April 19-May 24 Times: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. Course #29308 Ages: 2-3yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks- Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 weeks- Resident $100/ Non Resident $110

**Twelve week class has Optional Recital Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40

Steppin Out - Cheer/Tumbling Combo

Steppin Out - Hip Hop/Tap/Tumbling

This energetic class will bring out the performer in your little one as they learn showmanship skills, musically, tap, and hip hop moves to age appropriate music. The tumbling portion of the class will increase your child’s coordination and strength. Skills will be combined into fun dance/tumbling routines. No experience is necessary. Great for boys and girls! Wear comfortable clothing or dance attire and tennis shoes or bare feet. Class: Wednesday, January 18-February 22 Times: 11:30 a.m-.12:15 p.m. Course #29311 Class: Wednesday, March 8-May 24 Times: 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Course #29312 Class: Thursday, January 19-February 23 Times: 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. Course #29313 Class: Thursday, March 9-May 25 Times: 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. Course #29314 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks - Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 weeks- Resident $100/ Non Resident $110 **Twelve week class has Optional Recital

A fun and exciting way to build strength, flexibility, coordination and large motor skills. Lear basic tumbling moves like front rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends and more! Parents are taught how to spot and work with children at home as well. No experience necessary. Parent participation required. **Twelve week class has Optional Recital Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40 Class: Thursday, January 19-February 23 Times: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. Course #29316 Class: Thursday, March 9-May 25 Times: 9:30 - 10:15 a.m. Course #29317 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks - Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 weeks- Resident $100/ Non Resident $110 **Twelve week class has Optional Recital

Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40

Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40

Registration Dates Score Card Member Dec. 5 Resident Dec. 12 Non-Resident Dec. 19 Register online at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation

Special Interest Classes • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Tot & Preschool Steppin Out - Tiny Tot Ballet/Tap Combo

This is the perfect class for your child to begin their tap and ballet dance education. The emphasis is on creative movement, music, and basic ballet and tap technique. Fun filled class full of music, props, and meeting new friends. Develop fine and gross motor skills as well as self-confidence and musicality. Black tap shoes and pink ballet recommended. Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 9:30am-10:15am Course #29290 Class: Monday, March 6-May 22 Times: 9:30am-10:15am Course #29291 Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 3:15pm-4:00pm Course #29292 Class: Monday, March 6-May 22 Times: 3:15pm-4:00pm Course #29293 Class: Wednesday, January 18-February 22 Times: 10:30am-11:15am Course #29294 Class: Wednesday, March 8-May 24 Times: 10:30am-11:15am Course #29295 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks - Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 weeks- Resident $100/ Non Resident $110 **Twelve week class has Optional Recital

Steppin Out - Fairytale Ballet

Fairytale ballet is an enchanting introduction to ballet and jazz technique in a fun and creative environment using story time, props, and thematic music to make each class a magical experience. The focus is on having fun and giving your child a positive introduction to dance. No experience is necessary. Pink leather ballet shoes recommended. Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 10:30am-11:15am Course #29286 Class: Monday, March 6-May 22 Times: 10:30am-11:15am- Course #29287 Class: Thursday, January 19-February 23 Times: 4:30pm-5:15pm Course #29288 Class: Thursday, March 9-May 25 Times: 4:30pm-5:15pm Course #29289 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks- Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 weeks- Resident $100/ Non Resident $110 **Twelve week class has Optional Recital Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40

Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40

Stepping Out - Tiny Tot Tumbling

A fun and exciting way to build strength, flexibility, coordination and large motor skills. Learn basic tumbling moves like front rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends and more! Each child will be encouraged to advance at his or her own pace safely. No experience necessary. Class: Thursday, January 19-February 23 Times: 10:30am-11:15am Course #29320 Class: Thursday, March 9-April 13 Times: 10:30am-11:15am- Course #29321 Class: Thursday, April 20-May 25 Times: 10:30am-11:15am Course #29322 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 Class Length: 6 weeks

Hip Hop Tots

Get your Tot up and bouncing to the music they love. They do it at home now get them excited about being in a structured dance class that exposes them to a fun filled learning atmosphere and a teacher who is excited to be there. Hip Hop Tots is the perfect start for your little dancer. Class: Wednesdays, January 18-February 22 Times: 5:45pm-6:30pm Course #28775 Class: Wednesdays, March 8-April 26 Times: 5:45pm-6:30pm Course #28776 Ages: 3-6 yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $50/ Non Resident $60

Sports Skills - Basketball Skills

Join us for a breakdown of Basketball basics. Boys and girls will have the opportunity to learn fundamental Basketball skills that will prepare them for future recreational leagues. Children should wear tennis shoes and comfortable clothes. Class T-shirts will be available for purchase for $6 at the first class. Class: Saturday, January 21-March 4 Times: 11:00am-11:45am Course #28787 Class: Saturday, March 25-April 29 Times: 11:00am-11:45am Course #28788 Ages: 3-5 yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45

Sports Skills - T-Ball Skills

Join us for a breakdown of T-ball basics. Boys and girls will learn the fundamentals of T-Ball skill preparing them for recreational T-ball. Children should wear tennis shoes or nonmetal cleats and bring their own glove. Class T-shirts will be available for purchase for $6 at the first class. Class: Saturday, January 21-March 4 Times: 9:00am-9:45am Course #28814 Class: Saturday, March 25-April 29 Times: 9:00am-9:45am Course #28812 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45

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Special Interest Classes - Tot & Preschool Sports Skills - Football Skills

Itty Bitty Golf Open

Your tot will learn the basics of America’s most popular sport. Passing, catching, blocking, and tackling (don’t worry just tackling dummies); your Tot will get a fun introduction to the sport of Football. T-shirts are available for $6 at the first class. Class: Saturday, January 21-March 4 Times: 10:00 -10:45 a.m. Course #28805 Class: Saturday, March 25-April 29 Times: 10:00 -10:45 a.m. Course #28806 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45

Sports Skills - Soccer Skills

Children can have fun in a noncompetitive environment while learning basic soccer skills. Classes provide individual coaching and encourage exercise and lots of fun for parent and child. Parent involvement is required. All participants must wear athletic shoes (no sandals). Class shirts can be purchased on the first day of class for $6. Class: Saturday, January 21-March 4 Times: 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. Course #28807 Class: Saturday, March 25-April 29 Times: 9:00 - 9:45 a.m. Course #28808 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45

Sports Skills - Soccer Skills Level 2

Children will work on advanced shooting, passing, and dribbling techniques as well as be introduced to field positioning and basic tactics. Classes provide individual coaching and encourage exercise and lots of fun for a parent and child. Parent involvement is required. All participants must wear athletic shoes (no sandals). Class shirts can be purchased on the first day of class for $6. Class: Saturday, January 21-March 4 Times: 10:00 - 10:45 a.m. Course #29140 Class: Saturday, March 25-April 29 Times: 10:00 -10:45 a.m. Course #29141 Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45

You and your child will learn the basic skills of golf taught by a PGA Professional. After the clinic there will be a fun, noncompetitive, golf tournament. A special contest will be held during each session for the best dressed golfer and caddie team. AN ADULT CADDIE MUST ACCOMPANY EACH GOLFER. Register through the Junior Golf Association of Arizona at www.jgaa.org. Registrations must be received by January 6, 2017. Date: Saturday, January 14, 2017 Time: 9:00 - 9:50 a.m. Time: 10:00 - 10:50 a.m. Time: 11:00 - 11:50 a.m. Ages: 3-5yr. old Location: Surprise Recreation Campus 8Acres Multi-Purpose Fields Fee: FREE - Space is limited

Fairy Tale Ball

Attention all superheros, princesses, knights and children... and party away dressed in your favorite costume. Activities include music, dancing, games, crafts, bouncers and more. Pre-purchase tickets at the Community & Recreation Services Department for $5. Tickets are for kids 1 year and older only. Parents do not need to pay but are welcome to stay and enjoy the fun. Date: Saturday, January 14 Time: 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Ages: 3-10yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $5/ Non Resident $10

Wonderland Tea Party

Children will enjoy dancing, crafts, stories and a tea party with storybook characters Date: Saturday, April 8 Time: 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 3-10yr. old Ages: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Location: Resident $5/ Non Resident $10 Fee:

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Special Interest Classes - Youth Advanced Cheer Team

Bling Tour - Ballet

Beginning Cheerleading

Creative Dance Team

This class will teach advanced level tumbling, dance, motions, jump, and stunting techniques. These skills will be taught in conjunction with proper stretching and conditioning. Classes will focus on developing a cheer team and at least two sessions of previous cheer experience required Class: Saturday, January 21-April 8 Times: 12:00pm-12:50pm Course #29183 Ages: 5-12yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $100/ Non Resident $120

Dancers will learn Ballet techniques in a fun and uplifting environment. Such techniques include barre work and going across the floor. Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 4:00pm-5:00pm Course #29467 Class: Thursday, February 23-April 6 Times: 4:00pm-5:00pm Course #29468 Ages: 5-9yr. old Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

Taught by former ASU cheerleader and Surprise cheer coach Leondra Bryant, this upbeat and exciting class will introduce basic tumbling, dance, motions, jump, and stunting techniques in conjunction with proper stretching and exercising skills. This class will focus on the development of both individual and team cheerleading. No prior cheerleading experience is necessary. Class: Saturday, January 21-April 8 Times: 10:00am-10:50am Course #29184 Ages: 5-7yr. old Times: Ages: Location: Fee:

11:00am -11:50am Course #29185 8-12yr. old Sierra Montana Recreation Center Resident $100/ Non Resident $120

Bling Tour - Pom & Dance

Children will work on advanced shooting, passing, and dribDancers will learn Pom & Dance techniques in a fun and uplifting environment. Such techniques include jumps, splits, kicks, turns and so much more. *Dancers will learn a routine and will be provided an opportunity to perform their routines during our Summer Showcase. Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 6:00pm-7:00pm Course #29463 Class: Tuesday, February 21-April 4 Times: 6:00pm-7:00pm Course #29466 Ages: 5-9yr. old Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 7:00pm-8:00pm Course #29464 Class: Tuesday, February 21-April 4 Times: 7:00pm-8:00pm Course #29465 Ages: 10yr. + Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

For those who love to dance or want to just dance! A creative movement experience. An opportunity to learn a variety of basic dance techniques, while exploring the dynamics of movement and music. Each participant listens to the music, the mood and responds with expressive dance. An opportunity to express through dance without judgments or constraints. It can be fun, meditative, ecstatic, or any combination. Class will promote confidence, self-esteem and fun exercise. Participants will learn a variety of dance movements through 2 or 3 choreographed routines. The music will be fresh, energetic and inspiring; from Upbeat Pop to Soulful inspiration. No prior dance experience is necessary. Class: Janurary 21-April 22 Course # 29189 Times: 9:30am-1:30pm Days: Saturday Ages: 10-16yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $80

Hip Hop Dance Troupe

Learn hip hop dance routines to the latest music. The dance troupe is fun and positive. Open to all skill levels as long as they want to learn. Class: Wednesday, January 18-February 22 Times: 6:35pm - 7:20pm Course #28766 Class: Wednesday, March 8-April 26 Times: 6:35pm - 7:20pm Course #28767 Ages: 7-10yr. old Class: Times: Class: Times: Ages: Location: Fee:

Wednesday, January 18-February 22 7:25pm - 8:10pm Course #28769 Wednesday, March 8-April 26 7:25pm - 8:10pm Course #28770 11+yr. old Sierra Montana Recreation Center Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 Registration Dates Score Card Member Dec. 5 Resident Dec. 12 Non-Resident Dec. 19 Register online at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation

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Special Interest Classes - Youth Children’s Gymnastics - Beginning

Children’s Gymnastics - Advanced

Bling Tour offers gymnastics classes for youth. Gymnasts will learn gymnastics in in a fun and uplifting environment. Gymnasts will participate in a 45 minute session where they will be introduced to tumbling, cartwheels, vaulting, bars and balance beam. Class: Monday, January 9- February 13 Times: 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. Course #29479 Class: Monday, February 20-April 3 Times: 6:30 - 7:15 p.m. Course #29478 Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. Course #29475 Class: Tuesday, February 21-April 4 Times: 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. Course #29486 Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Course #29485 Class: Tuesday, February 21-April 4 Times: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Course #29484 Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. Course #29480 Class: Thursday, February 23-April 6 Times: 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. Course #29481 Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Course #29476 Class: Thursday, February 23-April 6 Times: 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Course #29482 Ages: 6-13yr. old Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

Children’s Gymnastics - Intermediate

Gymnasts will learn gymnastics in a fun and uplifting environment. Continuing students will participate in a 75 minute session where they will learn level four skills/routines for all apparatuses. Must have 2 years gymnastics or cheer experience or instructor approval to register for this course. The Fee is higher for the advanced course due to longer class times. Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. Course #29494 Class: Tuesday, February 21-April 4 Times: 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. Course #29495 Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. Course #29496 Class: Thursday, February 23-April 6 Times: 6:30 - 7:45 p.m. Course #29497 Ages: 6-13yr. old Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $70/ Non Resident $80

Steppin Out - Ballet/Tap II

Gymnasts will learn gymnastics in a fun and uplifting environment. Continuing students will participate in a 45 minute session where they will learn cartwheels on the balance beam, back-hip circles on bars, back and front walkovers on the floor, front handsprings on vault and much more. Must have 2 years gymnastics experience or instructor approval to register for this course. Class: Tuesday, January 10-February 14 Times: 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. Course #29488 Class: Tuesday, February 21-April 4 Times: 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. Course #29489 Class: Thursday, January 12-February 16 Times: 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. Course #29490 Class: Thursday, February 23-April 6 Times: 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. Course #29491 Ages: 6-13yr. old Location: Bling Tour Studio 15571 N Litchfield Rd. #104 Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70 Registration Dates Score Card Member Dec. 5 Resident Dec. 12 Non-Resident Dec. 19 Register online at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation

The perfect class for your child to begin their tap and ballet dance education. The emphasis is on creative movement, music, and basic ballet and tap technique. Fun filled class full of music, props, and meeting new friends. Develop fine and gross motor skills as well as self confidence and musicality. Black tap shoes and pink ballet recommended. Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 5:00 - 5:45 p.m. Course #29304 Class: Monday, March 6-May 22 Times: 5:00 - 5:45 p.m. Course #29305 Ages: 5-8yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks - Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 wees - Resident $100/ Non Resident $110

Cookies & Crafts with Santa Come visit with Santa while enjoying cookies and hot chocolate. There will also be holiday themed games and crafts. Participants must be 3 years old and potty trained. Class: Saturday, December 10 Times: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Course #: 28471 Class: Saturday, December 10 Times: 1:00 - 3:00p.m. Course #: 28472 Ages: 3 - 9 years old Limit: 25 participants Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident: $10 Non-Resident: $20

Special Interest Classes • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Youth Bicycle Safety Class

Surprise Fit Kids

Geared for beginner to advanced bike riders. This course will cover proper helmet wearing, mounting / dismounting, braking techniques, riding on the road, setting up your bike, chain resetting, basic maintenance, and shifting techniques. Course is taught by a Police Department Bicycle Safety Course graduate. This course is best suited for multi-gear bikes, but can be used for BMX and single gear as well. Bring a bike, helmet, and wear closed toed shoes and wear appropriate clothing. Riders must be able to ride a bike well before entering this class. Class: Monday, January 23-February 13 Times: 5:00pm-6:00pm Course #29334 Ages: 7 yr and up Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $25/ Non Resident $35

Youths will participate in running games, cross training and yoga all while building physical fitness, discipline, teamwork and a strong sense of self-esteem. Class: January 9-30 Course #29146 Class: February 6- 27 Course #29147 Class: March 6-27 Course #29148 Class: April 3-24 Course #29149 Times: 1:30pm-3:00pm Days: Monday Ages: 7-14 yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $20/ Non Resident $25 Fee varies according to classes per month

Monsoon Wrestling Club

Child & Babysitting Safety Class

The Monsoon Wrestling Club is a competitive wrestling program, sanctioned by USA Wrestling. Club wrestlers will develop the strength, flexibility, technique, and mental toughness to dominate on the mat. Opportunities to compete with other wrestling clubs in dual meets and weekend tournaments will be provided. All wrestlers must have a current USA Wrestling card (http://usawmembership.com/). Please email: info@monsoonwrestlingclub.com for additional information! Class: Tuesday/Thursday, January 10-31 Times: 6:00pm-7:30pm Course #29105 Class: Tuesday/Thursday, February 2-28 Times: 6:00pm-7:30pm Course #29106 Class: Tuesday/Thursday, March 2-30 Times: 6:00pm-7:30pm Course #29107 Class: Tuesday/Thursday, April 4-April 27 Times: 6:00pm-7:30pm Course #29108 Ages: 5-12yr. old

This class provides information on establishing babysitting as a business, and an overview of safety and care techniques when babysitting children and infants. Topics include interviewing prospective parents, environmental safety, play & supervision, feeding, burping, diapering, first aid, CPR, and what to do in an emergency. The class utilizes various learning modalities including hands-on active participation. Students will receive a workbook and a 2-year ASHI certification card upon successful class completion. Participants should bring a sack lunch/water. Class: February 18 Course # 28945 Class: March 11 Course # 28946 Class: April 8 Course # 28947 Times: 9:30am-1:30pm Days: Saturday Ages: 10-16yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $80

Youth Aikido Defensive Martial Arts

Aikido is a unique martial art that uses an opponent’s motion and energy to take them off balance, rather than using kicks and punches. A purely defensive martial art, Aikido does not rely on strength, allowing success for all ages, sizes, and abilities. Dates/Days: January 10-31 Course #29169 Tuesday/Thursday Dates/Days: February 2-28 Course #29171 Tuesday/Thursday Dates/Days: March 2-30 Course #29173 Tuesday/Thursday Dates/Days: April 4-April 27 Course #29175 Tuesday/Thursday Times: Ages: Location: Fee:

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Tuesday/Thursday, March 2-30 4:30pm-6:00pm Course #29109 13-18yr. old Valley Vista High School - Wrestling Room Resident $15/ Non Resident $20

6:00pm-6:50pm 6-12yr. old Sierra Montana Recreation Center Resident $35/ Non Resident $45 Fee varies according to classes per month

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Special Interest Classes - Youth Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts, that teaches more than physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing our spirit and life through training our body and mind. Today, it has become a global sport that has gained an international reputation, and stands among the official games in the Olympics. Tae Kwon Do has no age limits. It is also a very good sport for children. They learn fast reactions through games learn to respect others and learn to know their abilities and disabilities. Respect is an important subject in Tae Kwon Do. Respect is expected from all students toward their parents, their nation, their master and fellow students, and in general toward all human beings. Class: January 9-30 Course #29156 Class: February 1- 27 Course #29157 Class: March 1-27 Course #29158 Class: April 3-26 Course #29159 Times: 6:00 - 6:50 p.m. Days: Monday/Wednesday Ages: 5-16 yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45 Fee varies according to classes per month

XC - Cross Country Team

Competitive Youths will train as a team and compete in local 5k & 10k running events. XC-Team will meet twice a week all runners will follow a training plan & schedule that will help improve endurance and speed while building physical fitness, discipline, teamwork and a strong sense of self-esteem. (Must be able to run and complete a 9:30 mile). Class: Tuesday/Thursday, January 3-31 Times: 5:00 - 6:00p.m. Course #29151 Class: Tuesday/Thursday, February 2-28 Times: 5:00 - 6:00p.m. Course #29152 Class: Tuesday/Thursday, March 2-30 Times: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course #29153 Class: Tuesday/Thursday, April 4-April 27 Times: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Course -#29154 Ages: 7-14yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45 Fee varies according to classes per month

Lego Engineering

Lego Engineering classes will introduce children to S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, and math) through building simple machines. These projects will introduce structural analysis, observation, inquiry approach, information gathering, measuring and testing hypotheses. The classes are usually sequential, so we will progress from simple machines to complex machines. Class: Simple & Motorized Mechanisms, Part 1 Monday, January 23-March 13 Course #28830 Ages: 6+yr. old Class: Simple & Motorized Mechanisms, Part 2 Tuesday, January 24-March 7 Course #28831 Ages: 7+yr. old Class: Cars, Cars, Cars Wednesday, January 25-March 8 Course #28832 Ages: 7+yr. old Class: Simple & Motorized Mechanisms, Part 1 Monday, April 3-May 22 Course #28834 Ages: 6+yr. old Class: Simple & Motorized Mechanisms, Part 2 Tuesday, April 4-May 16 Course #28836 Ages: 7+yr. old Class: Cars, Cars, Cars Ages: Times: Location: Fee:

Wednesday, April 5-May 17 Course # 28840

7+yr. old 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Sierra Montana Recreation Center Resident $120/ Non Resident $130

Youth Korean Swordsmanship

Haidong Gumdo is a dynamic sword based martial art that combines the rooted stances and fluidity of Chinese martial arts with the direct effectiveness of Japanese martial arts. Practitioner’s will learn how to safely handle a sword and will apply their knowledge through pattern practice, target cutting drills, and live combat. Swordsmanship training promotes healthful living by sharpening the mind, body, and spirit.respects and strives to improve the world around them. Learning Haidong Gumdo is a great way to sharpen your body, mind and spirit while unleashing the ancient warrior within! Training sword included with price of tuition for new students only. Class: January 9-January 30 Course #28793 Class: February 4-February 27 Course #28795 Class: March 4-March 27 Course #28796 Class: April 1-April 29 Course #28798 Days: Monday/Saturday Times: Mondays - 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Saturdays - 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Ages: 8-11yr Countryside Recreation Center Location: Fee: Resident $50/ Non Resident $60

Special Interest Classes • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Youth Youth Beginning Guitar

Steppin Out - Musical Theater

Beginning guitar students will learn the basics of guitar. They will focus on chords, single notes and rhythms as well as technique and various styles of music. By the end of the class they will learn techniques and information that will allow them to play songs and continue learning on their own. Please bring your own notebook and guitar. Class: January 18-February 22 Course #28956 Class: March 8-April 26 Course #28957 Times: 5:00 - 5:45 p.m. Days: Wednesday Ages: 10-16yr Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

This class combines various aspects of the arts such as dancing, singing, and acting into one fun class! Students learn dance routines that showcase the basic jazz skills they learn using songs from popular musicals and movies. Students can wear any type of comfortable clothing that they can move easily in. In class dancers can wear any type of dance shoe or bare feet. Class: Monday, January 9-February 27 Times: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Course #29299 Class: Monday, March 6-May 22 Times: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Course #29300 Ages: 6-12yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: 6 weeks - Resident $50/ Non Resident $60 12 weeks - Resident $100/ Non Resident $110 **Twelve week class has Optional Recital Performance on June 3rd, Costume fee $40

Beginning to Advanced Bass Guitar

Learn beginning to advanced techniques for the 4 and 5 string bass guitar and how to utilize them in a band situation. Students must provide their own bass guitar. January 18-February 22 Course #28959 Class: March 8-April 19 Class: Course #28960 Wednesday Days: Times: 7:00 -.7:45 p.m. Ages: 8+yr. old Countryside Recreation Center Location: Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

Surprise Talent Show

Gotta Run Running Club

The City of Surprise is looking for its most talented residents! If you can sing, act, play an instrument or perform what you think is a talent (must be safe) then come and show off your skills. Registration forms must be received by October 3rd those that make the cut will perform in the Talent Show on Friday, November 7th at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center. The show will be split into age groups: youth, teen and adult. The audition forms are on the following website: www. surpriseaz.gov/recreation or can be picked up at the Surprise Community and Recreation Services Office. There is no fee to audition or to be in the talent show and friends and family are welcome to purchase a ticket. Admission tickets for the Talent Show. $3 advanced purchase and $5 at the door. Date: TBD Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Location: TBD Fee: Free to participate. Audience tickets - $3 advanced purchase $5 at the door

Have you ever wanted to run a 5k but did not know where to start? Are you an experienced runner looking for a great group to push you to new limits? We can help you meet your goals. We have groups ranging from walkers to more advanced speedsters. Our mission is to promote running as a family sport and encourage a healthy lifestyle within our community. Come and join us!!. Class: January 11-April 26 Course #28815 Times: 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. Days: Wednesday Ages: 9+ yr. old Location: Valley Vista High School Track Fee: Resident $20/ Non Resident $30

Registration Dates Score Card Member Dec. 5 Resident Dec. 12 Non-Resident Dec. 19 Register online at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation

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Teens Events & Activities Teen Nights

Open Recreation at The Rec

The hottest dance mixes are being played, with laser light shows, games and themed events. These events will be the highlight of your school year. Bring your friends for a fun place to hangout. All dances will be on Fridays from 7:00 -10:00 p.m. Concessions will be available for purchase. Ages: 6th graders -8th graders Entry Fees: $5 Admission Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center 14861 N. Spring Lane Dates: January 20th – Blackout “All Black Attire” February 10th – Sweetheart Dance March 10th – Luck of the Draw April 7th – Spring Fling May 19th – End of the School Year Bash

Girls Night in the Teen Lounge

Activities include: clothing design, jewelry making, romantic comedy movies and straight girl talk. Days vary, contact Sierra Montana Recreation Center or visit our website for a current calendar of events. Ages 10 & younger must be accompanied by someone 16 or older.

Ages: Entry Fees: Location: Dates/Time:

11 & Up Resident: FREE! Non-residents: $30 Sierra Montana Recreation Center 14861 N. Spring Lane Monday-Thursday, 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Field Trip Fun-Days

We offer monthly field trips that vary, including laser tag, golf, indoor trampoline parks, amusement parks, etc. Prices will vary depending on the location and activity. All participants must turn in a completed permission slip before being able to attend. Ages 10 & younger must be accompanied by someone 16 or older.

Ages: 11 & Up Entry Fees: Prices vary. Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center 14861 N. Spring Lane Dates: Dates & times will vary. Contact Sierra Montana for more info. @ 623-222-2600

Laser Tag Teen Tournament

Join the biggest game of outdoor laser tag in Surprise! Teams are encouraged to crawl, scoot, sneak, hide, and move throughout the park to claim the title of laser tag champion. All participants must have a participation waiver completed and turned in before being eligible to play. Teams of 6 or free agents welcome! Dates/Time: February 25, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. Registration will start at 5:00 p.m. Games will begin at 6:00 p.m. Ages: 13-17 years old Teams of 6 or free agents welcome Entry Fees: $20 per person Location: Surprise Community Park 15951 N. Bullard Ave

Families can come and enjoy what Sierra Montana Recreation Center has to offer such as the game room with Xbox One’s and PlayStation 4’s on HD TV’s, Foosball, Air hockey, bumper pool, a recording studio, pool table and other games. Ages: 11 & Up Entry Fees: Resident: FREE! Non-residents: $30 Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center 14861 N. Spring Lane Dates/Time: Monday-Thursday, 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Ultimate Capture the Flag with Bubbles

Compete with teens from all over Surprise in the classic P.E. game capture the flag, except you will be wearing a bubble. Be prepared to knock your opponent out of the way and roll down the field to glory in the ultimate game of capture the flag! All participants must have a participation waiver completed and turned in before being eligible to play. Teams of 8 and free agents can register. The tournament will be co-ed. Date/Time: April 22, 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. Ages: 13-17 years old Entry Fees: $10 per person Location: 8 acre field at the Surprise Stadium 15960 N. Bullard Ave.

Teens• www.surpriseaz.gov/teen-programs Daniel Luvisi, Recreation Coordinator 623.222.2251 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Teen/Adult Beginning to Intermediate Voice Classes

Class instruction in the fundamentals of singing including breathing, tone production, and diction. Designed for students with no previous experience. Class instruction in fundamentals of singing: tone production, breath production, diction. Class can be aimed at classical, barbershop or rock styles Designed for students with little or no previous vocal training as well as intermediate experience. Class: January 17-February 21 Course #28950 Class: March 7-April 18 Course #28953 Times: 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. Ages: 12-16yr. old Class: Class: Times: Ages:

January 17-February 21 March 7-April 18 5:30 -6:15 p.m. 16 + yr. old

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Tuesdays Sierra Montana Recreation Center Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

Course #28954 Course #28955

Teen Runway Modeling

Self-defense is much more than knowing how to fight back against a physical attack. Our class will encourage participants to think about their choices, help them develop awareness and provide a friendly environment for practice of physical self-defense techniques. We will help participants expand the way they think about violence prevention, help them confront their fears and enable them to be more empowered and assertive. Class: Saturday, February 11 Course #29285 Times: 8:00 -10:00 a.m. Ages: 13+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $15/ Non Resident $20 Registration Dates Score Card Member Dec. 5 Resident Dec. 12 Non-Resident Dec. 19 Register online at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation

The class will teach students the basics that they need to begin playing the ukulele. They will focus on chords, single notes and rhythms. Students will learn the parts, care and notes on the ukulele and how to rhythms and chord charts. By the end of class students will have learned techniques and information that will allow them to play 3 chord songs and continue learning on their own. Please bring a notebook and ukulele. Class: January 18-February 22 Course #28781 Class: March 8-April 19 Course #28782 Times: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Days: Wednesda Ages: 14+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $25/ Non Resident $35

Ukulele Jam

Have you ever dreamed of walking a fashion runway, but need to learn the techniques? Each class will go over essential elements and skills for being a show stopper in any fashion show. The classes will break down all the key components to turn you into a runway pro. There will be a final fashion show for friends and family at the end of the session. Class: January 17-February 28 Course #28801 Class: March 14-May 2 Course #28802 Times: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Days: Tuesday Ages: 13-17+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $120/ Non Resident $130

Self Defense Class

Ukulele 101

This class will allow students to Jam with other ukulele players, sharing songs, techniques and genres. By the end of class students will learn how to lead songs and some presentation tools. Please bring a notebook and ukulele Class: January 18-February 22 Course #28785 Class: March 8-April 19 Course #28786 Times: 6:00 -7:00 p.m. Days: Wednesday Ages: 14+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $25/ Non Resident $35

Adult Korean Swordsmanship

Haidong Gumdo is a dynamic sword based martial art that combines the rooted stances and fluidity of Chinese martial arts with the direct effectiveness of Japanese martial arts. Practitioner’s will learn how to safely handle a sword and will apply their knowledge through pattern practice, target cutting drills, and live combat. Swordsmanship training promotes healthful living by sharpening the mind, body, and spirit.respects and strives to improve the world around them. Learning Haidong Gumdo is a great way to sharpen your body, mind and spirit while unleashing the ancient warrior within! Training sword included with price of tuition for new students only. Class: January 9-January 30 Course #28789 Class: February 2-February 27 Course #28790 Class: March 2-March 30 Course #28791 Class: April 1-April 29 Course #28792 Days: Monday/Thursday/Saturday Times: Monday 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Thursday 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Saturday 12:30 -1:30 p.m. Ages: 12+yr Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $80/ Non Resident $90

Special Interest Classes • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Teen/Adult Adult Aikido Defensive Martial Arts

Aikido is a unique martial art that uses an opponent’s motion and energy to take them off balance, rather than using kicks and punches. A purely defensive martial art, Aikido does not rely on strength, allowing success for all ages, sizes, and abilities. Class: January 10-31 Course #29179 Class: February 2-28 Course #29180 Class: March 2-30 Course #29181 Class: April 4-April 27 Course #29182 Days: Tuesday/Thursday Times: 6:00 - 6:50 p.m. Ages: 13+ yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $35/ Non Resident $45 Fee varies according to classes per month

Basic Dog Obedience

Obedience class for any age dog 12 weeks and older. Equipment required will be leash, collar, training treats. All dogs must be properly vaccinated to include Bordatella. Mats for each dog and water dishes will be made available. Please contact instructor prior to registering to make sure this is the appropriate class for your dog. spotontrained@gmail.com or 719-660-5561. Class: January 21-February 25 Course #29063 Days: Saturday Time: 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Location: Surprise Community Park (just South of Volleyball Courts) Course #29064 Class: March 18-April 22 Days: Saturday Time: 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Location: Asante Community Park Course #29065 Class: March 8-April 12 Days: Wednesday Time: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Location: Surprise Community Park (just South of Volleyball Courts) Ages: 13+yr. old Fee: Resident $85/ Non Resident $95

Gotta Run Running Club

Have you ever wanted to run a 5k but did not know where to start? Are you an experienced runner looking for a great group to push you to new limits? We can help you meet your goals. We have groups ranging from walkers to more advanced speedsters. Our mission is to promote running as a family sport and encourage a healthy lifestyle within our community. Come and join us!!. Class: January 11-April 26 Course #28815 Times: 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. Days: Wednesday Ages: 9+ yr. old Location: Valley Vista High School Track Fee: Resident $20/ Non Resident $30

Surprise Talent Show

The City of Surprise is looking for its most talented residents! If you can sing, act, play an instrument or perform what you think is a talent (must be safe) then come and show off your skills. Registration forms must be received by October 3rd those that make the cut will perform in the Talent Show on Friday, November 7th at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center. The show will be split into age groups: youth, teen and adult. The audition forms are on the following website: www. surpriseaz.gov/recreation or can be picked up at the Surprise Community and Recreation Services Office. There is no fee to audition or to be in the talent show and friends and family are welcome to purchase a ticket. Admission tickets for the Talent Show. $3 advanced purchase and $5 at the door. Date: TBD Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Location: TBD Fee: Free to participate. Audience tickets - $3 advanced purchase $5 at the door

Adult Beginning Guitar

This class will teach students the basics that they need to begin playing the guitar. They will focus on chords; single notes and rhythms. Students will learn the notes on the guitar, how to read rhythms and chord charts. By the end of class students will have learned techniques and information that will allow them to play songs and continue learning on their own. Please bring a notebook and guitar. Class: January 18-February 22 Course #28962 Class: March 8-April 26 Course #28963 Days: Wednesday Times: 5:00 - 5:45 p.m. Ages: 15+yr. old Location: Sierra Montana Recreation Center Fee: Resident $60/ Non Resident $70

Youth Camps • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Adult Adult Runway Modeling

Landscape Classes

Belly Dancing

Zumba Fitness

Have you ever dreamed of walking a fashion runway, but need to learn the techniques? Each class will go over essential elements and skills for being a show stopper in any fashion show. The classes will break down all the key components to turn you into a runway pro. There will be a final fashion show for friends and family at the end of the session. Class: January 19-March 2 Course #28803 Class: March 16-May 4 Course #28804 Days Thursday Times: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Ages: 18+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $120/ Non Resident $130 Turn your resolution into reality through belly dance! Belly dancing is not only a fun way to improve your flexibility, strength, and stamina, but you will also connect with your body and build confidence as you learn. Belly dancing is suitable for all shapes, sizes, ages, genders, and activity levels. Bring a friend to share in the fun and learn together! Wear comfortable clothing, bring a scarf to tie around your hips, and water to keep you hydrated. Class: January 19-February 23 Course #28966 Class: March 2-April 13 Course #28967 Days: Thursday Times: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Ages: 16+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $50/ Non Resident $60

Have a beautiful yard just in time for Spring. Three separate landscape classes to choose from and they are all FREE! All classes are located at the . Class: Landscaping-All Year Color Desert Landscape January 21 Course #29327 Class: Landscaping-Pruning Techniques & Desert Turf Care February 18 Course #29328 Class: Landscaping-Citrus Care February 18 Course #29329 Days: Saturday Times: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Ages: 16+ yr. old Location: Public Safety Building-Auditorium 14250 W. Statler Plaz Fee: FREE Zumba is Latin Based Fitness Dance. Aerobic/Fitness training with combinations of fast and slow rhythms that help to tone the body. Caloric output, fat burning and total body toning is the end result. And, you don’t even have to know how to dance. It’s fun, different, easy and effective. Beginning Zumba is an introductory, lower impact class. Participants may move to Intermediate/Advanced Zumba when they feel they are ready. Class: January 10-31 Course #29125 Class: February 7-28 Course #29126 Class: March 7-28 Course #29127 Class: April 4-25 Course #29128 Days: Tuesday Times: 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Ages: 16+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $20/ Non Resident $30 Fee varies according to classes per month

CPR and First Aide

This class develops first aid knowledge, skills & confidence to respond to emergency situations in the workplace and in the community. The class is consistent with the National First Aid Science Guidelines and OSHA’s best practices. Bleeding, Burns, Heat & Cold Emergencies, Blocked Airway and CPR, are just some of the topics covered. Great class for parents, educational, daycare, healthcare professionals, transportation workers, community service staff, etc. Upon successful completion of the class, certification cards are issues and are valid for 2 years. Class: May 11 Course #29099 Times: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Days: Thursday Ages: 16+yr. old Location: Countryside Recreation Center Fee: Resident $30/ Non Resident $40

Youth Camps • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Special Interest Classes - Adult Gentle Yoga

Oil Infused Yoga & Yoga Nidra

Step out of the frenzied pace of life and enjoy a Yoga practice that balances effort with ease at a slower pace to release stress and tension. Gentle yoga is a practice that focuses on joint mobility in the spine, shoulders, hips, and extremities. This class may increase your range of motion, reduce pain, alleviate stress, and improve your quality of life. We use gentle posture variations, breath practice and meditation to relax tension, soothe the body and calm the mind. Please bring your own Yoga mat. Class: January 7-February 25 Course #29057 Class: March 4-April 22 Course #29058 Days: Saturday Times: 10:15 - 11:15 a.m. Ages: 16+ yr. old Location: City Hall Wellness Room Fee: Resident $40/ Non Resident $45

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is the practice of deliberate stillness. It brings you to a state of ‘being,’ not ‘doing,’ This enables the mind to clear, the breath to deepen, and the body to easily relax into balance. The combination of gentle hatha and deep restorative work improves range of motion and joint mobility while reducing pain and the effects of stress. During a Restorative Yoga class, you will still stretch, but you relax fully in the stretch slowly releasing tension in the body. This class is appropriate for all students seeking the benefits of a very relaxing, gentle, and nourishing practice. Please bring your own Yoga mat. Class: January 5- 26 Course #29067 Class: February 2- 23 Course #29068 Class: March 2-30 Course #29082 Class: April 6-27 Course #29100 Days: Thursday Times: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Ages: 16+yr. old Location: City Hall Wellness Room Fee: Resident $30/ Non Resident $35 Fee varies according to classes per month

Yoga Flow - All Levels

A good understanding of basic Yoga postures is recommended, but not required. Experience the tranquility of movement as you connect mind, body and spirit through Yoga. This all-levels class focuses on connecting breath with movement through a series of standing and seated postures. Inversions and backbends will be introduced. Expect a well-rounded practice that will leave you feeling strong, yet calm and focused. Please bring your own Yoga mat. Class: January 7-February 25 Course #29060 Class: March 4-April 22 Course #29061 Times: 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Days: Saturday Ages: 16+ yr. old Location: City Hall Wellness Room Fee: Resident $40/ Non Resident $45

In this 90-minute practice, experience a 60-minute all-levels Yoga class followed by a 30-minute Yoga Nidra practice…all of it infused with specially chosen essential oils to enhance your experience. During the all-levels class, yoga poses are practiced with an emphasis on alignment and options for modifications will be provided. Everyone works to his or her own ability and comfort level. This 90-minute practice will culminate with a 30-minute Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep. Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the ‘going-tosleep’ stage and is intended to induce full-body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. Please bring your own Yoga mat. Eye pillows are optional but recommended. Class: January 21 Course #29101 Class: February 18 Course #29102 Class: March 25 Course #29103 Class: April 22 Course #29104 Days: Saturday Times: 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Ages: 16+ yr. old Location: City Hall Wellness Room Fee: Resident $15/ Non Resident $20

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time. Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body-the tendons, fascia, and ligaments-with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. Although this style of Yoga is presented with a mellow, slow and focused approach, it can be surprisingly intense and restorative. Please bring your own Yoga mat. Class: January 10-31 Course #29063 Class: February 7-28 Course #29064 Class: March 7-28 Course #29065 Class: April 4-25 Course #29066 Days: Tuesday Times: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Ages: 16+yr. old Location: City Hall Wellness Room Fee: Resident $30/ Non Resident $35 Fee varies according to classes per month

Youth Camps • www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation Michelle Yingling, Recreation Coordinator - 623.222.2233 Joann Estfan, Recreation Supervisor 623.222.2243

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Surprise Senior Center Location: 15832 N. Hollyhock Street Open: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Phone: 623.222.1500 For ages 50 and better $12 Resident annual membership $15 Non-Resident (non-resident rates apply for most classes) Fitness Center ** Our Gym is the best deal in town! $30 per year for Surprise Residents. Fitness advice and usage of exercise equipment will be provided prior to individuals participating in the City of Surprise Senior Center Gym. A doctor’s release is required. Annual Memberships: Resident: $30 / Non-Resident: $35

Have A Hot Lunch On Hollyhock Street Hot lunches are available during the weekdays. The Congregate Meal Program is sponsored in part by the Area Agency on Aging, Region 1. Suggested contribution is $3.50 per meal for age 60+. For those under age 60, the meal fee is $6.50. Please call by 12 Noon TWO business days before your scheduled day to reserve your lunch. We ask if you partake in this program that you fill out necessary paperwork.

Social Gatherings At the Senior Center you can enjoy a variety of card and board games. BINGO, Bunco, dance, sewing, quilting, movies, guest speakers, Wii bowling, theme parties’, mah jong shuffleboard, Billiards, and more.

Room Rental The Senior Center is available for meetings and party rentals for Surprise residents in the evenings and on weekends. The dining hall accommodates approximately 75 guests which includes tables and chairs. Kitchen facilities, such as freezers, refrigerator and sink are available, however no cooking or food prep is permitted. Please call for details or an application: 623.222.1500.

Senior Services • www.surpriseaz.gov

Trisha Weston, Senior Services Program Coordinator - 623.222.1544 Joe Gladieux, Senior Services Program Supervisor - 623.222.2257

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Surprise Senior Center Fitzi with Mitzi Exercise

Have fun while experiencing a structured, low impact aerobics in a safe and supervised environment. This class is free with a SilverSneakers® or Senior Center membership. Bring your water Class is held at Villanueva Recreation Center. Class: Mondays and Wednesdays Times: 11:00 a.m.

Line Dancing

Have fun and experience the benefit of great exercise at the same time! You will learn three to four line dances in this 6-week session. NO stress, just come and enjoy yourself. Class: Wednesdays, Times: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Course fee: Resident: $12/ Non-Resident: $15

Genealogy on Computer

SILVERSNEAKERS®

Improve your overall well-being while experiencing a structured, safe and supervised environment. Available to those individuals with the SilverSneakers® benefit. The Senior Center will be able to verify eligibility when you bring in your health insurance or SilverSneakers® membership card. This class is free with a SilverSneakers® or Senior Center membership. Class is held at Villanueva Recreation Center. Class: Tuesdays and Fridays Times: 11:00 a.m.

Creative Crafts Class

Make your own greeting cards, gifts and decorative items. Projects will be completed during one class session. Most materials will be provided. Class: The first Monday of each month Course fee: Resident: $8 / Non Resident: $10

Beginning Spanish

This class teaches the basics of how to communicate in Spanish. Text book is required, for $15 fee. Class: Wednesdays, next Session begins in January and includes 6 sessions Times: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Course fee: Resident: $25 / Non-Resident: $30

Intermediate Spanish

This class is the second level of Spanish instruction, offered to those who want to keep up their skills or have progressed beyond the basics. Text book is required, for $15 fee. Class: Wednesdays, next Session begins in January and includes 6 sessions Times: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Course fee: Resident: $25 / Non-Resident: $30

ESL (English as a Second Language)

Learn the basics of communicating in English. Text book is required, for $15 fee. Class: Wednesdays, next Session begins in January and includes 6 sessions Times: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Course fee: Resident: $25 / Non-Resident: $30

Are you curious about your family history? Over this six-week program, you will learn the basics of researching and collecting your family history using the computer. Class runs for six consecutive Fridays. Seating is limited to six students. Class: Fridays, next Session begins in January and includes 6 sessions Times: 9:30 - 11:00 a.m. Course fee: Resident: $15 / Non-Resident: $18

Shuffleboard Tournament

For current Senior Center members. Tournaments will be held on alternating Fridays, beginning December 4, 2016 Free for current members. Please sign up prior to the tournament with the front desk. Class: Fridays, beginning Dec. 4

Billiards Tournament

For current Senior Center members. Tournaments will be held on alternating Fridays, beginning December 4, 2016 Free for current members. Please sign up prior to the tournament with the front desk. Class: Fridays, beginning Dec. 4

Zendoodle

For current Senior Center members. This one-day class will introduce you to the basics of an easy-to-learn method of drawing for creating beautiful images from structured patterns. Class: Friday, Dec. 9 Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Course fee: Free for current members

Home for the Holidays

Annual Holiday party will be held at the Arizona Traditions ballroom. Ticket and meal selection must be done prior to attending at the Surprise Senior Center. Event Date: Wednesday, Dec. 14 Time: 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Course fee: Members $12/Guest Member $22 Are you new? Stop by the Senior Center for a tour and receive an introductory copy of the menu, activities calendar, and newsletter. We’re Online! Visit www.surpriseaz.gov/ click on Human Service and Community Vitality, then select Senior Services. Print your calendar and newsletter at home. Activities updated monthly. Joe Gladieux Senior Services Supervisor 623.222.2257 Human Service and Community Vitality Department

Senior Center • www.surpriseaz.gov

Trisha Weston, Senior Services Program Coordinator - 623.222.1544 Joe Gladieux, Senior Services Program Supervisor - 623.222.2257

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Boards and Commissions Community & Recreation Services Advisory Commission Wayne Turner, Chair Mike Planeta, Vice Chair Ronald Jensen Charlie Woodland Monique Hernandez Mark Brown David Sanders

Tourism Advisory Commission Robert Pasley, Chair DeAngelo Hall, Vice Chair Kristen Peck Raoul Sada Della Brandenberger Mario Rana Chris Hall

Surprise Sundancers Board

Tucker Smith - President Todd Hornback - Vice President John Cantrell - Secretary Tom Allen - Treasurer Jeanne Blackman Herman Orcutt John Bohn Bill Pupo Jim Triggs Staff Contact for all boards: Mark A. Coronado, Community and Recreation Services Director For more information on one of our Boards or Commissions, please contact Community and Recreation Services at 623.222.2000 or visit www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation

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Park Rentals In an effort to assist the community with planning their family gatherings, the City of Surprise has implemented a process for Ramada reservations and beer permits. Below is a partial list of requirements, park policies, and guidelines. Additional information can be found on the website at www.surpriseaz.gov/recreation.

Refund Policy & Cancellation

RAMADA RENTAL PROCEDURE

Responsible Party’s aged 21 years and older are able to rent Ramada’s and obtain beer permits. "Responsible party" means the person who signs the permit application, the group or organization to which the permit is issued, and every member of the group or organization. (Ord. 94-10 §§2(part), 1994)

City of Surprise is not responsible for cancellations due to unforeseen maintenance issues or emergencies. Every effort will be made to accommodate reservations at another facility or to reschedule free of charge. Reservations for large events and functions with considerable planning and cost will be encouraged to purchase cancellation or event insurance, should an unforeseeable event occur.

A credit card and government issued ID are required for reservation. At this time, reservations cannot be held with a credit card over the phone.

Beer Permits

Permits are not transferable and only valid for the date and area specified, assignment, and number in the group as indicated. Small ramadas are for 20 people, large ramadas are for 40 people. Ramada and Beer Permit applications should be made at least 48 hours in advance. Facility rental and special event requests should be made at least one week in advance. Please provide additional time for larger groups and special requests as there may be additional fees and considerations. Visit the Community and Recreation Services office located at the Surprise Recreation Campus, 15960 N. Bullard, Surprise, AZ, 85374 to make your reservation.

Refunds will not be issued due to cancellations or inclement weather. Rebooking within 30 days will be offered on an availability basis due to weather cancellations provided the request is made the next business day.

Unforeseen Circumstances Policy

A beer permit is required for groups larger than 5, but less than 50. Groups over 20 are considered a special event and must be coordinated with staff and may be required to obtain liquor liability insurance. Please call for more information. The Ramada reservations and beer permits will be monitored by staff, the Park Ranger and local law enforcement. If permits are not presented when requested, patrons will be asked to leave the park or recreation area. No person shall posses at any city park (except in kitchen areas for activities sanctioned by the administrator) any glass bottle, jar, container or vessel which is capable of being broken by impact, whether such item is empty or used to contain any substance. (Ord. 94-10 §§2(part), 1994)

Special Events

Amplified Sound

No person shall use amplification equipment in any city park unless doing so in conjunction with a permit issued pursuant to Section 12.08.140(A)(1) and the permit issued states that the use of amplification equipment is permitted in conjunction with the event or activity. Amplification equipment includes but is not limited to amplifiers, portable radios or stereos, car radios or stereos and any equipment used to play pre-recorded material. This prohibition does not apply to the City-sponsored events. DJ’s, Band’s, and amplified sound, are only permitted at Marley Park with a permit and are considered a special event and must be coordinated with staff. Local noise ordinances and laws must be adhered to. Call for information.

A special event is defined as any group of 20 or more (small ramada), or any requested use that is outside of normal park operations such as a wedding, corporate meeting, event with amplified sound, or as determined by the Director. Staff is happy to assist you with determining if accommodations can be made for your event and will assist with assessing your needs and event pricing. Please call for details.

All amplification shall remain at an acceptable sound level, not to exceed 50’, and that does not disturb the reasonable use of the park facilities by other users. (Ord. 94-10 §§2(part), 1994) Live Bands or Mariachi’s will be not be permitted at any park.

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Parks & Facilities Parks

Parks

Asante Park Amenities: WWII Memorial, (2) Youth baseball fields, basketball courts, (2) Multi Purpose Fields, (2) Soccer Fields, Core Exercise Equipment, (5) Ramadas, Restrooms, Walking Path (2) Tot Lots

Sierra Montana Amenities: (1) Softball/Multi-purpose Field, (2) Basketball Courts, (3) Sand Volleyball Courts, Playground, (2) Ramadas and Barbecue Facilities Stonebrook Park Amenities: Playground and Barbecue Facilities

Bicentennial Park Amenities: (1) Softball Field (lighted), Basketball 1/2 Court (lighted), Playground, (2) Ramadas, Barbecue Facilities, Exercise Path and Restrooms

Surprise Farms Community Park Amenities: (4) Softball Fields, Open Green Spaces, Walking Paths and Restrooms, Splah Pad, (2) Playground Units, (2) Ramadas, Lighted baskteball courts, Lighted skate park, Dog Park

Gaines Park Amenities: (1) Softball Field (lighted), Playground, Barbecue Facilities, Multipurpose Field (lighted), Tot Lot, Ramada and Restrooms

Three-Star Park Amenities: (1) Basketball Court (lighted), Playground, Sand Volleyball Court, Ramada, Barbecue Facilities and Restrooms

Marley Park Amenities: (2) Softball Fields/ Multipurpose Field (lighted), Playground, Amphitheater, Small Splash Park, (6) Ramadas and Barbecue Facilities Section 10 Park Amenities: Volleyball Court, Basketball Court, Open Turf Area, (2) Ramadas and Barbecue Facilities

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Parks & Facilities Community & Recreation Services Office

Recreation Centers

15960 N. Bullard Ave., Surprise, AZ 85374 Phone: 623.222.2000 Fax: 623.222.2001

Surprise Recreation Campus Community Park Amenities: (2) Tennis Courts (lighted), (2) Sand Volleyball Courts (lighted), (4) Basketball Goals (lighted), Playground of Dreams, Urban Fishing Lake with Accessible Dock, Ramadas, Barbecue Facilities, Picnic Tables, Benches and Restrooms. Dog Parks Community Park Amenities: Small and Large Dog Sections, Drinking Fountains for Pets and Owners, (2) Shade Structures for each section, Picnic Tables, Holding Area, Landscaped Trees and Turf. Approximately 1.5 acres combined. Surprise Farms Amenities: 3 seperate fenced areas (2 open at one time on rotating basis), Drinking Fountains for Pets and Owners, Holding Area, Trash Receptacles/doggie bag stations and Landscaped Trees and Turf Youth Baseball Fields Amenities: (3) Baseball Fields (lighted), Restrooms, Concession Area

Countryside Recreation Center Amenities: Multi-purpose Gymnasium, Dance/ Aerobic Room and Classrooms Villanueva Recreation Center Amenities: Multi-purpose Gymnasium Sierra Montana Recreation Center Amenities: Multi-purpose Room, Dance Room, Game Room, Performance Platform, Study Room and Classrooms Surprise Senior Center Amenities: Multi-purpose Room, Classrooms, Kitchen, Dining Hall

Municipal Pools Surprise Aquatic Center Amenities: Zero Depth Area with Water Play Features, (2) Slides - 1 Flume / 1 Tunnel, Vortex Whirlpool, Competition Pool, Diving Well, (2) 1-Meter Boards Hollyhock Community Pool Amenities: Zero Depth Area with Water Play Features, Water Spray Pad with Play Features, Water Slide, 3-Lane Lap Pool

Libraries - In Partnership with Maricopa County Library District

DreamCatcher Park Amenities: DreamCatcher Park is fully accessible athletic facility located near the Surprise Stadium. DreamCatcher Park is a mutli-use facility with stadium seating and will allow for the following sports: Baseball, Soccer, Football. Surprise Urban Fishing Lake Amenities: Surprise Lake is a 5 acre lake with a walkway around the lake that is approximately 3/4 of a mile. The lake is stocked every 2 weeks throughout the year except June and July (due to high temperatures). Stadium Amenities: Surprise Stadium, (12) Baseball Fields (6 lighted), 8-Acre Multi-purpose Field (lighted), (2) Half Fields, (2) Conditioning Fields (Football Fields), Bunting Field, Batting Cages and Practice Mounds. Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex (23) 120’ x 60’ Tennis Courts (17 lighted), (3) 140’ x 80’ Tennis Courts, (2) Full size indoor Racquetball Courts, Table Tennis Room, (1) Clubhouse Building

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Surprise Regional Library 16089 N. Bullard Ave. / 602.652.3000 Amenities: 23,000 square-foot Facility housing a 40,000 item collection and more than 60 internet-accessible computers Hollyhock Branch Library 15844 N. Hollyhock St. / 623.583.0626

Shared Facilities - In Partnership with the Dysart Unified School District Ashton Ranch Elementary 14898 W. Acoma Dr.

Marley Park Elementary 15042 W. Sweetwater Rd.

Countryside Elementary 15034 N. Parkview Place

West Point Elementary 13700 W. Greenway Rd.


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We handle emergencies from toddlers to teens. Our certification makes it official. The emergency department at Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center has been named a certified pediatric emergency care provider by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the state Department of Health Services. This means we’re among a select group of hospitals that provides specialized emergency care for ill or injured infants, children and teens. Our board-certified emergency physicians, specially trained nurses and support staff know what it takes to care for your whole family. So the next time your child needs emergency medical care, you can take comfort knowing that certified pediatric care is right around the corner.

/BannerDelEWebb www.BannerHealth.com/Webb • 14052 W. Meeker Blvd (Grand Ave. and Meeker Blvd.)


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