2024 Winter/Spring Recreation Guide

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Register for programs and get up-to-date information at superiorrec.com

Winter/ Spring 2024 JANUARY– APRIL


Welcome to the WINTER/ SPRING

2024 Recreation Guide! In this guide, you will find information about upcoming programs, events and volunteer opportunities in the Town of Superior. There are possibilities for everyone! Explore the options and register at superiorrec.com to start making the most of your Winter/Spring. If you have questions or need assistance, please feel free to reach out via email at tospros@superiorcolorado.gov, in person at the Superior Community Center, 1500 Coalton Road or via phone at 303-554-9005. We would love to hear from you. Have a great Winter/Spring! The Town of Superior Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department Encouraging

VIBRANT & MEANINGFUL Community

Table of Contents WE ARE SUPERIOR PARKS & REC! . . . . . 1 TOWN EVENTS & VOLUNTEERING . . . . . 2 TOWN ARTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 SUPERIOR COMMUNITY CENTER INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 SUPERIOR COMMUNITY CENTER PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 WELLNESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 SPORTS & FITNESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 OUTDOOR PROGRAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 ATHLETIC FIELDS, PARKS & PAVILIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22


We are SUPERIOR Parks & Rec! Leslie Clark Parks, Recreation and Open Space Director lesliec@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 119 Jennifer “JG" Garner Arts & Historical Programs Supervisor jenniferg@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 167 Mikaela Gregg Community Events and Volunteer Supervisor mikaelag@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 128 Katie Haldeman Recreation Coordinator – Aquatics katieh@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 173 Brandon Dawson Parks Technician brandond@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 171

Jordan Hayes PROS Management Analyst II jordanh@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 178 Jeremy Hoffman Recreation Coordinator jeremyh@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 166 Tyler McBeath Parks Technician tylerm@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 171 Bryan Meyer Recreation Manager bryanm@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 163 Liam Neumann Parks Technician liamn@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 171 Gabriel Ramirez Parks Technician gabrielr@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 171

Matt Rarick Superintendent of Parks and Open Space mattr@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 171 Karen A. Snortland, CPRP Recreation Supervisor karens@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 170 Shawn Wilson Parks Technician/ Pool Technician shawnw@superiorcolorado.gov 303-499-3675, ext. 171

Watch for LINKS throughout the Guide. Additionally click on many more areas including programs to register or to find more info! Winter/Spring 2024 Recreation Guide

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town events

& volunteering

TOWN EVENTS

Spring is the start of Superior’s events season and we love kicking things off with a little green! April is earth month which includes the Town’s Arbor Day and Hard to Recycle events. Mark your calendar and check out the Town events webpage superiorcolorado.gov/events for more information and more 2024 Town events.

Arbor Day Event, April 27

SUPERIOR’S VOLUNTEER VILLAGE

Get a front row seat to the best projects and events in town! Volunteer opportunities to give back and make a difference in and around Superior are bountiful, ranging from parks and trail projects, community events and group activities, to more formalized programs such as Snow Busters, Ride Autrey Project and Advisory Group Committees. There is always a need for volunteers and always a reward in watching the community come together. For more information and a list of current opportunities, please visit the Town superiorcolorado.gov/volunteer.

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town arts

TOWN ARTS

The Town of Superior Arts Program brings a wide range of creativity to the community in the form of small events, exhibits and public art. With support from the Cultural Arts and Public Spaces (CAPS) advisory committee, the Plein Air Painting Festival, the ARTery and public art collections continue to grow! Check out the Town Arts webpage for more information.

PLEIN AIR ART EXHIBIT & RECEPTION Come see gorgeous paintings of Purple Park, meet the artists, and enjoy some food and live music!

OPENING RECEPTION

Jan. 18, 2024 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Superior Community Center

1500 Coalton Road

In September of 2023, the Cultural Arts & Open Spaces (CAPS) advisory committee hosted their third annual Plein Air Painting Festival with 13 artists painting the landscape live, en plein air! Now the finished works of art that were inspired by the surroundings at Purple Park are on exhibit at the Superior Community Center, January through March 2024. Also on view are paintings by the several 12-18-year-olds who participated in the Youth Mentorship Program during the event. Dave Reiter, Quiet Morning

Ted Garcia, Purple Park Bridge

For more information: superiorcolorado.gov/culturalarts Winter/Spring 2024 Recreation Guide

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community center 1500 Coalton Road

Welcome to the Superior Community Center

– your dedicated space for community connection and support! The SCC offers enrichment programs for all ages and interests,

meeting rooms, engaging workspaces, live entertainment, and a

great place to meet friends. Don't be a stranger! Come see us at the Superior Community Center, where togetherness thrives!

Community Center Hours: Monday–Thursday Friday–Saturday Sunday

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Check out all of the ways you can enjoy the center below. Have questions? Give us a ring at 303-554-9005.

THE COMMUNITY CENTER HAS IT ALL! A special

LIBRARY AREA for readers

FLEXIBLE SEATING

for both comfort and lounging or work and productivity

Small and large

MEETING ROOMS

that can be arranged for your needs

STADIUM SEATING

for small performances, educational conferences or professional seminars

AMPLE NATURAL LIGHT

from skylights and glass garage doors

WI-FI & TECHNOLOGY to meet the demands of personal and professional needs

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Visit superiorcommunitycenter.com


Superior

community center Offering smoothies, frappes and all your favorite coffee drinks as well as delicious pastries, house-made breakfast burritos, salads, sandwiches and charcuterie boxes. Beer, wine and cider available daily after 2 p.m.. Monday–Thursday Friday–Saturday Sunday

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Hours subject to change. Please see the Community Center website for the most up to date Serendipity Tap & Cafe operating hours.

COME CHECK IT OUT! MODERN INDUSTRIAL design that incorporates the arts and engages the senses

THE

SPOT

A dedicated youth room called

THE SPOT

IN-HOUSE CAFÉ & TAP serving delicious bites and drinks

GAME NIGHTS ON FRIDAYS LIVE MUSIC ON SATURDAYS

Submit a Program Proposal

Do you have an idea for a program or service you think would benefit the residents of Superior? Visit superiorcommunitycenter.com to find the Program Proposal form and view submission dates. Email form to tospros@superiorcolorado.gov.

Currently accepting room rentals through April 2024.

Room reservations for the months of May through August will open on April 1. All fees for use of any of the four rooms in the Superior Community Center by Town of Superior residents, resident businesses and resident organizations shall be waived, for up to two reservations per month. Visit superiorcommunitycenter.com to reserve a room.

to view upcoming entertainment and events and register for various programs available for all ages.

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community center Enrichment Programs

KIDS ARTVENTURE: EXPLORING THE MASTERS

CBArt Classes for Toddlers/Youth/Adult PLEASE NOTE: Once the Session starts you can register for DROP IN classes by clicking on Drop In – CBArt Classes for Toddlers/Youth. Unique, multi-cultural, trilingual (English, Spanish and French) artistic experiences for all ages in a friendly and supportive environment. Check out the options below:

TODDLER ART BLAST

Age: 1yr 6m-4 | Community Center An explosion of Color, Creativity, and Imagination Join us for a delightful art and craft experience designed for kids aged 18 months to 4 years old, along with their parents or caregivers. Together, we’ll create unforgettable art pieces, engage in sensory and play-based exploration, and, above all, have a fantastic time bonding and enjoying the activities. Drop In fee: $32 per class. 1/10-1/31 1/13-1/27 2/03-2/24 2/07-2/28 3/02-3/23 3/06-3/20 4/03-4/24 4/06-4/20

Wednesday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Wednesday Saturday

10-10:45 a.m. 9:30-10:15 a.m. 9:30-10:15 a.m. 10-10:45 a.m. 9:30-10:15 a.m. 10-10:45 a.m. 10-10:45 a.m. 9:30-10:15 a.m.

$108 $81 $108 $108 $108 $81 $108 $81

Age: 4-8 | Community Center

Ignite your kid’s creativity and imagination with classes inspired by the world’s art masters. Dive into the lives and styles of renowned artists, discover diverse world cultures, languages, and unique art forms. With a range of mediums, students will create extraordinary masterpieces in every class. Drop In fee: $32 per class. 1/13-1/27 2/03-2/24 3/02-3/23 4/06-4/20

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

1-2 p.m. 1-2 p.m. 1-2 p.m. 1-2 p.m.

$81 $108 $108 $81

JUNIORS ARTVENTURE: EXPLORING A COLORFUL WORLD OF CREATIVITY Age: 8-13 | Community Center

Spark your child’s creativity and imagination with these art classes, inspired by renowned masters. Delve into the lives, styles, cultures, and languages of artists. Unleash their artistic potential using diverse mediums to create exceptional masterpieces in every class. Drop In fee: $32 per class. 1/13-1/27 2/03-2/24 3/02-3/23 4/06-4/20

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

$81 $108 $108 $81

BLACK HISTORY MONTH WORKSHOP: CREATE YOUR VERY OWN “AFRICAN TRIBAL MASK” Age: 5-12 | Community Center

In this workshop, children will discover African Art and its use of masks to symbolize and pay tribute to ancestors, animals, or significant individuals. They’ll craft their own masks using cardboard and various materials. Additionally, we’ll explore paper weaving techniques to create a fabulous background. 2/18

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Sunday

1-2:30 p.m.

$42


Superior

community center SPRING BREAK ART CAMP: ART & SCIENCE– A FUSION OF CREATIVITY! Age: 5-12 | Community Center

Staying home this Spring Break? Join our extraordinary ‘Science Meets Art camp’! Kids will create unique handson art projects inspired by science, additionally we’ll explore the works of master artist-scientists like Leonardo Da Vinci. Guided by Cora, a PhD chemist and mixed media artist, this enriching blend promises captivating experiences for young minds! 3/25-3/29

Monday-Friday

9 a.m.-12 p.m.

$230

EARTH MONTH WORKSHOP: MAGIC TRASH: CREATE YOUR OWN “RECYCLED ART SCULPTURE” Age: 5-12 | Community Center

In this workshop, children will uncover the enchantment of transforming recycled materials into captivating art sculptures. Encouraging creativity, waste reduction, and the crafting of unique pieces, it’s an eco-friendly artistic adventure! 4/28

Sunday

1-2:30 p.m.

$42

TOAST ‘N TINKER

Age: 16+ | Community Center Join us for an evening filled with fun, friendship, and creativity! Unleash your inner artist and create your own masterpiece while enjoying the company of others in our community. Relax and indulge in engaging conversations, and a delightful atmosphere. Arrive early to check in, secure your seat, and if desired, order drinks and food from Serendipity, which will be available for purchase. Come join us for a remarkable night of artistic delight that you won’t soon forget! Floral Impressionist Vase 1/12 Friday

6-8 p.m.

$40

Winter Sunset with Aspens 2/09 Friday

6-8 p.m.

$40

Rose Blossom at Night 3/08 Friday

6-8 p.m.

$40

Monet’s Water Lilies Pond 4/12 Friday

6-8 p.m.

$40

sensAble Learning Programs Della Remack, Ed.D. has served learners of all ages through public education, the nonprofit world, and the private sector Della serves Boulder Valley School District half-time as a Gifted Education Instructional Specialist as she launches her startup, SensAble Learning, LLC She is a certified teacher with multiple endorsements, holds a doctorate focused in equity, is a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, and believes in creating, simplifying & connecting for transformational change. For more information please click on this website link: sensablelearning.com/about

STOP-MOTION ANIMATION

Age: 7-11 | Community Center I learned about stop-motion animation from some of the best! Now, I will share what I learned with you Learners will discover the magic of stop motion animation and create a few videos to showcase Materials for animating will be provided Learners will need to bring a tablet or phone capable of downloading the Stop Motion Studio App This workshop is open to learners 7 to 11 year of age. 2/05-2/26

Monday

5-6 p.m.

$125

Click on program names or sections to register!

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community center SOUNS® AND RHYMES

AM CAMP: SNAPOLOGY’S ANIMATION STUDIO

Souns® and Rhymes is a family literacy class. Children ages 0-3 use multiple senses to experience letter sounds and nursery rhymes. This class is interactive, engaging and hands-on, blending Montessori-minded practice with nursery rhymes. The registration fee is per family. (If there is more than one child 0-3, pay one fee.)

Create a.m.azing movies with stop motion animation using LEGO® bricks. Children will work in teams to produce their very own movie complete with dialogue and sound effects. Movies are uploaded to a secure site for family and friends to see how cool they are!

Age: 3/under | Community Center

2/16-3/15

Friday

10-10:30 a.m.

Age: 6-12 | Community Center

$125

FABULOUS FIBONACCI

Learners will learn about the Fibonacci series, its magical spiral and the hidden patterns in life all around us We will discover the pattern together, explore its use in art and create using the sequence This class is for students 7 to 11 years of age. Wednesday

Weekdays

9 a.m.-12 p.m.

$215

PM CAMP: SNAPOLOGY’S WONDERFUL WIZARDS Age: 6-12 | Community Center

Age: 7-11 | Community Center

2/28-3/20

3/25-3/29

5-6 p.m.

$125

Accio! We’re so glad you’re able to join us for some spellbinding fun! In this program, your learner will explore the magical world that surrounds Harry Potter and creatively design ways to bring their imagination to life. Riddikulus, there’s nothing scary here, just creative fun that will open doors to new possibilities – Alohomora – and let your learner’s love of magical possibilities fly- Wingardium Leviosa!

Snapology School Break Camps

3/25-3/29

At Snapology we believe that children are meant to learn through play. When children are engaged in interactive, hands-on learning activities, their creativity flourishes and they show an increased interest in school We help your child grow up with a thirst for knowledge. How do we do it? Snapology engages children ages 5-12 using LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and technology. While the kids are having fun with familiar toys, laptops and iPads, we sneak in the learning. Shh, don’t tell them it’s educational!

Enrichment Programs Continued

Weekdays

1-4 p.m.

$215

COMMUNITY CHOIR

Age: 14+ | Community Center This is a non-auditioned choir for the community of Superior (and friends). No prior experience needed; you bring your joy --or curiosity-- of singing, and the director will facilitate the rest! Rehearsals are held once a week for 1.5 hours, and performances are TBA (not required, but highly encouraged!) For more information about choir director Kate Janzen please visit: katejanzen.com. January- April 2024 1/11-4/25 Thursday

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6:30-7:45 p.m.

$5


Superior

community center Disaster Preparedness

CAT PREPAREDNESS INFORMATIONAL SEMINAR

DOG PREPAREDNESS AMBASSADOR PROGRAM Age: 18+ | Community Center

The Animal Disaster Preparedness ambassador program will seek 4-5 dedicated volunteers with their own dogs to learn critical training behaviors to prepare their dogs for future disasters during the span of six weeks starting from April 3rd to May 15th. Ambassador Duties/Requirements: • Must be 18 years or older • Sign volunteer form/liability waiver in Civic Rec; • Attend 6-week initial program sessions- 3 in person and 3 self-led; • Commit to customized training plan with critical emergency training behaviors • Work on homework during the 3 weeks on their own; trainer will be available by phone, email, zoom/teams, or by appointment to support or review homework if needed; • Commit to a minimum two events for community outreach per year; Doggie Days and help teach one 2-hour education course Dog Requirements: • Must be a year or older • Must be socialized, can be around other dogs without being overly reactive on leash • Have no history of aggression involving a human or another dog • Able to be manage with excitement of people or dogs entering a room- no uncontrollable leash reactivity

Age: 18+ | Community Center

The cat preparedness informational seminar would be open to cat owners in the community to help them better prepare their cats and households for future disasters. The program would cover critical cat training behaviors such as; body sensitivity, crating, recalls in the home, loading and unloading in vehicles, creating a go bag for your cat, and cat mental wellbeing. This will be offered three times in 2024; Spring, Summer and Fall. • Benefits: • Receive critical information for emergency preparedness; • Free cat training tips and recommendations; • Resources for animal emergency preparedness; • Opportunity to pass on knowledge to the community in an important way 4/20

Saturday

10-11:30 a.m.

FREE

Click on program names or sections to register!

Ambassador Benefits: • Receive critical information for emergency preparedness; • Free dog training tips and evaluations; • Resources for animal emergency preparedness; • Opportunity to serve the community in an important way; • Invitation to Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at the end of year 4/03-5/15

Wednesday

6-7:30 p.m.

FREE Fall/Winter 2023 Recreation Guide

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community center Enrichment Seminars

Indian Cooking Classes

INVESTING 101

JANUARY: NEW YEAR NEW YOU INDIAN STYLE! VEGETARIAN, NUT FREE, DEMO STYLE CLASS

Age: 18+ | Community Center This weekly class will review seven different topics across personal finance and investing: How responsible investing can be beneficial for an individual long-term, bonds, stocks, retirement and education accounts, portfolio construction, real estate, and investing internationally. The information presented will be a combination of general knowledge, how specific investment vehicles work, risk considerations, and options for beginning to invest in each market will be covered in the class. 1/10-2/28

Wednesday

6-7 p.m.

FREE

Age: 13+ | Community Center Money is one of the most powerful forces in our lives. It can create enormous opportunities, or tear families apart. The only difference is whether your money works for you or against you. Millions of people never get to enjoy their retirement, simply because they made the wrong financial decisions. But, it is not their fault, the truth is we are not taught anything about money in school. To understand your money, it makes sense to seek out a sound financial education. HOW MONEY WORKS™ provides that educational foundation. Monday Monday Wednesday Wednesday

6:30-7:45 p.m. 6:30-7:45 p.m. 6:30-7:45 p.m. 6:30-7:45 p.m.

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Let’s kick start the new year the vegetarian way! This protein rich simple yet delicious lentil curry will win your hearts for sure. Join me in learning how to create this beautiful meal from scratch! Participants will enjoy the meal after class! Steamed rice: Sona masoori rice cooked to perfection. Dal Tadka: This protein packed lentil curry which is cooked with 3 varieties of lentils is so simple yet delicious. Ghee & Appalam will be served. 1/12

HOW MONEY WORKS™

1/29 2/26 3/27 4/24

Age: 18+ | Community Center

FREE FREE FREE FREE

Friday

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $60

FEBRUARY: INDOCHINESE CUISINE! NUT FREE, HANDS ON CLASS Age: 18+ | Community Center

Come celebrate the year of the “Dragon” Indian style! Join me in learning how to create this beautiful meal from scratch! Participants will enjoy the meal after class! Vegetable spring rolls: these vegetable spring rolls are a popular starter loved by all. Egg Fried rice: this classic fried rice recipe is loaded with fresh mixed vegetables and topped with egg podimas. 2/09

Friday

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $60


Superior

community center MARCH: GREEN INDIAN CUISINE! DEMO STYLE CLASS Age: 18+ | Community Center

This is a not to miss class! Join me in learning how to create this beautiful meal from scratch! Participants will enjoy the meal after class! Mattar (Peas) Pulao: basmati rice cooked with green peas, mint and mild spices. Hariyali chicken: a refreshing chicken curry which bursts with flavor due to the addition of ingredients. 3/08

Friday

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $60

APRIL: IS THIS YOUR FAVORITE INDIAN VEGETARIAN DISH TOO? HANDS ON CLASS Age: 18+ | Community Center

Let’s create this flavorful meal together in class. Join me in learning how to create this beautiful meal from scratch! Participants will enjoy the meal after class! *Participants please bring a rolling pin and a gallon size ziplock bag to class. Masala Paratha: unleavened whole wheat flat bread made using an array of spices. Navratan korma: Nav means nine and Ratan means gems. This creamy cashew based korma is a must try dish. 4/12

Friday

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $60

Learn Spanish Colorado Our goal is to inspire people who want to be globally connected through learning the enticing Spanish language and culture of Spanish speaking countries. See class offerings below.

ADULT SPANISH

Age: 18+ | Community Center Learn Spanish Colorado specializes in teaching Spanish classes for adults. We are dedicated to find the best teaching methods to reach the individual necessities of our students. In these classes you will find: • Native instructor • Interactive, fun, and practical classes with an established curriculum • Classes focus on communication and culture • Level and pace depends on student’s needs • Small classes (1-6) • Inexpensive 1/11-2/29 3/07-4/25

Thursday Thursday

9-10:30 a.m. 9-10:30 a.m.

$240 $240

Louisville Public Library Programs Programs and events facilitated by Louisville Library Staff at the Superior Community Center.

FAMILY STORYTIME

Age: 2-5 | Community Center Join the Louisville Public Library staff for a storytime the whole family can enjoy! While the books, songs, and rhymes will be targeted at ages 2-5, older and younger siblings are welcome. Registration not required 1/09-4/30

Tuesday

9-9:30 a.m.

FREE

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Superior

community center Open Mic Nights

EUCHRE

Are you a new local musician looking to have your music be heard? Sign up for a Open Mic Night and play to a supportive audience of peers and surrounding community members in a professionally-hosted, liveperformance setting!

FREE OPEN MIC NIGHTS!

Age: 15+ | Community Center Music from 6pm-7:45pm (15 minute/3 song sets for solo/duo musicians) on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.Hosted by Rob & Suz who are regulars at the Monday ‘Uke Jam. Signups in-person at 5:30pm. 1/10-4/24

Wednesday

5:30-7:45 p.m.

FREE

FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH GROUP FOR SENIORS Age: 60+ | Community Center

This is a group for Seniors 60 and older who want to enhance their life satisfaction. The facilitator is a licensed professional counselor who is also a senior and will be participant in the process. She will educate regarding the latest information on the ageing process, physically, mentally, emotionally and socially. Giving support regarding challenges with health, grief, family and beliefs. Join us and make connections with other Seniors in the community. Registration can be done in advance or on the day you attend. Monday Monday

10-11:30 a.m. 10-11:30 a.m.

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Join us on Thursdays for drop in cards and fun! Players at any level are welcome to enjoy this trick-taking card game. Euchre is an offshoot of Juckerspiel, a game that became widely popular throughout Europe during the Napoleonic era. Registration can be done in advance or on the day you drop in to play. 1/11-1/25 2/01-2/29 3/07-3/28 4/04-4/25

Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday

2-4 p.m. 2-4 p.m. 2-4 p.m. 2-4 p.m.

FREE FREE FREE FREE

SENIOR BROWN BAG LUNCH Age: 60+ | Community Center

Enjoy lunch with other seniors and a special guest speaker! Bring your own lunch or stop by Serendipity Tap & Café to purchase a tasty salad or sandwich. Registration can be done in advance or on the day you drop in for lunch.

Senior Activities

1/08-2/26 3/04-4/29

Age: 60+ | Community Center

FREE FREE

JANUARY BROWN BAG LUNCH

Topic: Being Intentional With Your Spaces Presenter: Square One, Lori Halbach. We will probe our personal obstacles that hinder progress in organizing We will also explore the practical side of decluttering and organizing to create intentional areas for rest, productivity, and community in your home. 1/16

Tuesday

12-1 p.m.

FREE

FEBRUARY BROWN BAG LUNCH

Topic: Step-by-Step Home Inventory Presenters: Step-by-Step Tech, Melissa Foote This unique and insightful seminar will teach you how to quickly create a home inventory, so you have a record of belongings to provide your insurance company in the event you ever experience loss or damage to your home. You will also learn how to organize your inventory in the cloud for safekeeping. 2/20

Tuesday

12-1 p.m.

FREE


Superior

community center MARCH BROWN BAG LUNCH

A PRIMER FOR WELL BEING – DENVER UNIVERSITY OLLI ON THE MOVE PROGRAM

Title: Simplifying Your Saving and Spending Presenters: Edward Jones, Matt Kollmorgen

Age: 50+ | Community Center

Come enjoy an educational program designed to sharpen your spending and saving strategy. Learn about setting financial goals, balancing finances to achieve goals, improving credit scores, and more. 3/19

Tuesday

12-1 p.m.

FREE

N’BALANCE FOR FALLS PREVENTION Age: 60+ | Community Center

Participants will engage in exercises and movements to improve balance and coordination, strengthen lower body muscles, and increase confidence. Each class incorporates sitting, standing, and walking balance exercises to not only improve balance but to also reduce the fear of falling. This class has the overarching goal to increase balance and strength to prevent falls, injuries and admissions to the hospital and is lead by a registered Occupational Therapist from Avista Adventist Hospital. 1/22-4/08 Monday (No class 2/19 and 3/25)

10-11 a.m.

$50

You know how so many of us feel unhappy, and stressed a lot these days? Who wouldn’t, given the state of the world?, we say. But what if the way we are looking at the world is at the root of our distress? What if there is another way of seeing the world that gave us the ability to view life through a different lens? This 4-week course is a primer on well-being, through a common sense understanding of how life works and how human beings are designed to function. It provides a foundation on which to navigate our lives with more wisdom and grace. No test, no grades, just the enjoyment of learning. *This class is presented in partnership with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Denver (OLLI). Expanding lifelong learning opportunities to more in the community by providing greater academic opportunities to those approaching or in retirement. 1/23-2/13

Tuesday

1-3 p.m.

$65

CREATIVE JOURNALING

Age: 55+ | Community Center This is a class for active adults! Each week, you will pay attention to a natural wonder in your surroundings Then, you will record your thoughts, inspirations, pictures, poems, paintings, etc. in your creative journal Together, we will begin to see the world as artists do Grab a friend, yourself, and/or a member of your family and enroll today! *Fee includes materials needed for the class, including art supplies and a journal. 2/16-3/15

Friday

8-9 a.m.

$150

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community center Simulation Cream Glue Craft Classes

Superior Improv Co.

BEGINNERS CLASS

Superior Improv Co. is for anyone with a desire to practice improv, sketchcomedy or stand-up act material in a safe, supportive and entertaining space. All skill levels welcome. Learn more about us at superiorImprov.co.

Age: 7-15 | Community Center Indulge in the world of creative crafting with our Simulated Cream Glue Crafting Course! This engaging course is designed for children aged 7 and above, where they will explore the art of crafting personalized accessories using cream glue. From whimsical hairpins and charming phone cases to delightful picture frames and functional stationery holders, participants will embark on a journey of artistic expression and innovation. 1/13 2/10 3/09 4/06

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

$40 $40 $40 $40

THREE CLASS SERIES

LEVEL 1A – INTRO TO IMPROV Age: 18+ | Community Center

Level 1A, Intro Class. For anyone with a desire to explore improv in a safe, entertaining environment. Designed with simple team-driven exercises to gain confidence over your unique perspective, talent, brilliance and humor. No experience necessary. 1/08-2/12

Monday

6-8 p.m.

Age: 7-15 | Community Center

LEVEL 1B – INTRO TO IMPROV

Indulge in the world of creative crafting with our Simulated Cream Glue Crafting Series! In this series of classes participants will gradually progress from simple designs (e.g., hairpins, small mirrors) to relatively larger items like combs, phone cases, pencil cases, and larger containers, participants will embark on a journey of artistic expression and innovation.

Level 1B, Intro Class. Designed to further realize capacities for listening, reacting, being in the moment and building upon the ideas of others. Short-form games are selected to build long-form improv technique for Level 2A/2B. No experience necessary.

1/20-2/03 2/17-3/02 3/16-3/30 4/13-4/27

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. 11 a.m.-12 p.m.

$105 $105 $105 $105

Age: 18+ | Community Center

2/19-3/25

Monday

6-8 p.m.

Age: 18+ | Community Center

Level 3A is an intermediate class with a focus of getting to the heart of the scene with efficiency. Designed for any improviser with a solid understanding of base-level concepts and growing competencies in relationship-driven scene-work. Tuesday

5:30-8 p.m.

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$135

LEVEL 3A – INTERMEDIATE IMPROV

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LEVEL 3B – INTERMEDIATE IMPROV Age: 18+ | Community Center

Level 3B is an intermediate class with a focus of amping up the heart of the scene and creating moments that matter. Designed for any improviser with a solid understanding of base-level concepts and growing competencies in relationship-driven scene-work. 2/20-3/26

Tuesday

5:30-8 p.m.

$150

LEVEL 1B – INTRO TO SKETCH COMEDY WRITING Age: 18+ | Community Center

Level 1B Sketch-Comedy Writing. Perfect for those beginning their sketch-comedy writing journey and/or those seeking to build upon concepts gained in 1A Sketch. This class is designed to prepare students for Level 2A/2B Sketch-Comedy. 1/11-2/15

Thursday

6-8 p.m.

$135

LEVEL 2A – SKETCH COMEDY WRITING Age: 18+ | Community Center

Next-Level 2A Sketch-Comedy Writing challenges participants to develop a series of sketches for running (show) order by further exploring scene types, building blocks and writing to available cast. Level 1A/1B recommended prior to 2A. 2/22-3/28

Thursday

6-8 p.m.

$135

LEVEL 1B – STAND-UP COMEDY INTRO WITH CHRISTIE BUCHELE Age: 18+ | Community Center

Level 1B Stand-Up Comedy with Christie Buchele. Perfect for those beginning their stand-up comedy journey and/ or those building on concepts gained in 1A Stand-Up. Designed to give students the confidence to tackle any open-mic or Level 2 class. 1/23-2/27

Tuesday

6-8 p.m.

Register for these classes and learn to play the Ukulele!

BEGINNER UKULELE

Age: 15+ | Community Center No musical experience necessary! Learn to play the ukulele in a fun, supportive environment You’ll learn several chords, and a beginning fingerpicking pattern as well as a strumming pattern 1/22-3/04 Monday * No class February 19th. 3/18-4/29 Monday * No class March 25th.

12:30-2 p.m.

$105

12:30-2 p.m.

$105

BEYOND BEGINNER UKULELE Age: 15+ | Community Center

Continue to build your skills and gain confidence playing your ukulele! This class will help anyone with a basic knowledge of ukulele playing grow their skillset in a warm and supportive environment 1/22-3/04 Monday * No class February 19th. 3/18-4/29 Monday * No class March 25th.

2:30-4 p.m.

$105

2:30-4 p.m.

$105

FREE UKULELE JAM!

All Ages | Community Center All ages and abilities ukulele jam! Come jam and have fun while having the opportunity to practice your ukulele skills in a fun, supportive environment with players of all abilities. *Registration is not required. 1/22-3/04 Monday * No class February 19th. 3/18-4/29 Monday * No class March 25th.

4:30-6:30 p.m.

FREE

4:30-6:30 p.m.

FREE

$145

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community center Wellness

MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION PROGRAM (MSC)

Wellness is important because it impacts so many areas of life. If you are looking to live life to your fullest potential check out the programs below.

BREAKING THE CYCLE: PARENTING COACHING COURSE Age: 18+ | Community Center

Course is created to provide psychoeducation, introspection and reflection, and assistance in identifying generational patterns and stopping negative parenting cycles within family systems. For more information about the instructor visit her website by clicking on the link: rhaeb.com. 1/27-3/16

Saturday

9-11 a.m.

$640

FREE ORIENTATION – MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION

In this workshop you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in some of the key practices and exercises of the full 8-week MSC program with an emphasis on building resilience and strength in distress or experiencing emotional turmoil. Everyone is welcome! No previous MSC group attendance is required. MSC teaches core principles that enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care and understanding. Self-compassion includes the capacity to comfort, soothe and validate ourselves, but also to protect and provide for ourselves, and to motivate ourselves to achieve our goals. Fortunately, anyone can learn self-compassion.

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5-6 p.m.

3/11-4/29 Monday 5-7:50 p.m. 4/20 Retreat* Saturday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. *Saturday Retreat is included in the fee.

$250

Age: 21-65 | Community Center

FREE Orientation to learn more about this program before it starts on March 11, 2024.

Monday

What is MSC? When a close friend is struggling, we know how to offer them support and compassion. Imagine what it would be like to give yourself the same caring attention whenever you needed it! All that is required is a shift in the direction of your attention – recognizing that you too are a worthy recipient of your own kindness. MSC is a empirically-supported program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion in daily life. This training program is based on the research of Kristin Neff and clinical expertise of Chris Germer. MSC teaches core principles that enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care and understanding.

YOGA THERAPY

Age: 18+ | Community Center

3/04

Age: 18+ | Community Center

FREE

Yoga Therapy is a slow, mindful, and restorative type of yoga movement. This class is appropriate for adults 21 to 65. Bring a yoga mat and a large towel to class. Wear warm moveable clothing. • • • • • •

To physically and psychologically rehabilitate To restore mind and body To ease pain and discomfort To regain mobility To relax To heal

For more information about Marlene Prinzing, M.A. please visit: theprinzingmethod.com. 1/08-2/12 2/26-4/01

Monday Monday

5:15-6:30 p.m. 5:15-6:30 p.m.

$150 $150


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community center Drop In – Wellness

Wildlife Monitoring Group

GUIDED MEDITATION AND SOUND BATH (YOUTH)

Programs or learning sessions hosted by Superior’s resident-run Wildlife Monitoring Group!

Join Reiki Master Crystal Chinn for a guided meditation and sound bath experience. Through this group session you will experience deeply-immersive, full-body listening that intentionally uses sound to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic and restorative processes to nurture your mind and body. Children need to be accompanied by an adult and able to lay quietly during the hour long session. Class will open 15 min prior to start time to settle in. For more information about Crystal Chinn please visit: crystalchinn.com. Classes are held on the first and third Saturdays of the month.

TRAINING SESSION

Age: 10-17 | Community Center

1/06-1/20 Saturday 3-4 p.m. 2/17 Saturday 3-4 p.m. 3/02-3/16 Saturday 3-4 p.m. 4/06-4/20 Saturday 3-4 p.m. *Fees are for each date on a drop-in basis.

All Ages | Community Center Want to help monitor wildlife in Superior? Join Ashley DeLaup and the wildlife monitoring team on January 9th, from 5:30-6:30pm in the Longs Peak room at the Superior Community Center. 1/09

$15 $15 $15 $15

Tuesday

5:30-6:30 p.m.

FREE

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GUIDED MEDITATION AND SOUND BATH (ADULT) Age: 18+ | Community Center

Join Reiki Master Crystal Chinn for a guided meditation and sound bath experience. Through this group session you will experience deeply-immersive, full-body listening that intentionally uses sound to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic and restorative processes to nurture your mind and body. Class will open 15 min prior to start time to settle in. For more information about Crystal Chinn please visit: crystalchinn.com. Classes are held on the first and third Saturdays of the month. 1/06-1/20 Saturday 3-4 p.m. 2/17 Saturday 3-4 p.m. 3/02-3/16 Saturday 3-4 p.m. 4/06-4/20 Saturday 3-4 p.m. *Fees are for each date on a drop-in basis.

$25 $25 $25 $25

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community center Sports & Fitness – Community Center Denver Dance Authority PRE-K ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING Age: 3-5 | Community Center

Pre-k students of Superior will have the opportunity to learn tumbling skills on a 33’ inflatable tumble track. With hands- on spotting and specialized instruction, our expert teachers provide a structured, fun and physically challenging class for each student. Students will learn to do a number of skills including handstands, dive rolls, backbends, cartwheels and much more. Dress Code: Fitted athletic wear, appropriate for going upside down. Long hair must be tied back. No jewelry. Bare feet or socks with grippers. 2/06-3/12 4/09-5/14

Tuesday Tuesday

5-5:30 p.m. 5-5:30 p.m.

$132 $132

BEGINNING ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING Age: 5-8 | Community Center

This high energy, fun class is for kids ages 5-8 who are interested in athletic tricks! Students will perform acrobatic and tumbling skills on a 33’ inflatable tumble track, where they will learn to flip, fly, and fall safely. Skills focused on in this level are dive rolls, cartwheels, assisted handsprings, and assisted aerials. 2/06-3/12 4/09-5/14

Tuesday Tuesday

5:30-6:30 p.m. 5:30-6:30 p.m.

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$162 $162

INTERMEDIATE ACROBATICS AND TUMBLING Age: 8-12 | Community Center

This is an exhilarating and challenging class for active kids ages 8-12 of all experience levels looking to learn some seriously fun tricks! We teach everything from a cartwheel to a full twist on a 33’ inflatable tumble track. Students will start the class with warm ups and conditioning, followed by drills and then finally, the skill of the day. This class focuses on cartwheels, roundoffs, aerials, front and back handsprings, and flips. 2/06-3/12 4/09-5/14

Tuesday Tuesday

6:30-7:30 p.m. 6:30-7:30 p.m.

$162 $162

Strength Training STRENGTH TRAINING & BODYWEIGHT MASTERY Age: 18+ | Community Center

This class provides foundational bodyweight exercise techniques for safe training, targets muscle tone and strength improvements, and boosts endurance through progressive cardiovascular routines. Unleash your inner athlete in our dynamic bodyweight-focused classes! Designed for both novices and seasoned fitness enthusiasts, this program emphasizes the art of using one’s own body weight for muscle building and toning. For more information about the instructors visit their website by clicking on this link: empoweredxcoaching. com/about. Drop-in is available for $12 per class. 1/16-2/01 Tue, Thu 9-10 a.m. 1/16-2/01 Tue, Thu 5-6 p.m. 2/06-2/29 Tue, Thu 9-10 a.m. 2/06-2/29 Tue, Thu 5-6 p.m. 3/05-3/21 Tue, Thu 9-10 a.m. 3/05-3/21 Tue, Thu 5-6 p.m. 4/02-4/30 Tue, Thu 9-10 a.m. 4/02-4/30 Tue, Thu 5-6 p.m. * No class March 26th and 28th.

$60 $60 $80 $80 $60 $60 $90 $90


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community center Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention

TGA Premier Golf (SCC)

Tai Chi is safe for all abilities with or without arthritis. Tai Chi has been proven to prevent falls, increase balance and movement, and improve quality of life for participants. These forms of Tai Chi can be safely progressed to each person’s needs. This program is led by a certified Tai Chi for Health Instructor and Avista Adventist Hospital Occupational Therapist. This class is aimed to prevent falls and maintain independence.

TGA introduces the life-long sport of golf at a young age through programs that provide a fun and enriching experience for children while being a convenient and affordable option for parents. Our dedicated coaching staff help students develop their skills and a passion for golf while using the sport as a vehicle for delivering curriculums that are loaded with educational concepts including STEM and life skills such as respect, honesty, perseverance and sportsmanship.

If you have questions regarding these classes, please email Whitney Todaro at Whitney.Todaro@AdventHealth.com or to call at (303)673-1241. No previous Tai Chi experience required.

TGA stands for: Teach, Grow, Achieve – these concepts are the foundation of every program we offer. We invite you to give your child the advantage of learning and playing golf in an environment that will benefit them for a lifetime.

TAI CHI FORMS 1

TGA JUNIOR GOLF

Age: 18+ | Community Center This class focuses on relieving the symptoms of arthritis, pain, and enhancing overall healthy movement with Tai Chi Forms 1. Participants do not need to have arthritis to benefit from the exercises that improve balance and reduce risk and fear of falling. 1/18-2/29

Thursday

1:15-2:15 p.m.

$35

TAI CHI FORMS 2

Age: 5-12 | Community Center We teach kids the game of golf through easy-tounderstand concepts & interactive games that are fun and engaging. Using skill-based drills that can be done anywhere (indoors or outdoors, at school, or on the golf course), students develop the fundamentals, explore academic concepts through game play, and practice life skills – such as sportsmanship and respect. 1/10-2/28 3/06-4/24

Age: 18+ | Community Center

Wednesday Wednesday

4-5 p.m. 4-5 p.m.

$192 $192

This class focuses on relieving the symptoms of arthritis, pain, and enhancing overall healthy movement with Tai Chi Forms 2. The class is taught step by step so anyone who is interested in improving their balance, activity tolerance or just to get their chi flowing is welcome! Participants do not need to have arthritis or take Tai Chi Forms 1 to benefit from these exercises that improve balance and reduce risk and fear of falling. 3/07-4/25

Thursday

1:15-2:15 p.m.

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outdoor

programs

Enrichment – Outdoor Programs

Sports & Fitness – Outdoor Programs

Environmental Education

Learn to Play Pickleball Clinics

WINTER WILDLIFE WALK

Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the United States. It combines exercising, competing and using your mind, while socializing and having fun with friends. Unlike many sports, pickleball is something men, women and children can spend time playing and enjoying together.

All Ages | South Pool

Join Wildlife Ecologist, Ashley DeLaup, for a winter discovery hike around Coyote Ridge Open Space. See a track in the snow? Spot invertebrate activity? This hike is the perfect opportunity to understand what’s going on in our natural environment in the winter season. Please come prepared by dressing for the weather and a 1.5-hike with limited elevation gains. 1/13

Saturday

9-11 a.m.

FREE

Superior Tennis Due to unforeseen circumstances the Town’s tennis professional since 2020, Rocky Mountain Tennis Center (RMTC), will no longer be directing the Town’s junior and adult tennis programming at the North Pool Tennis Courts. We appreciate the lasting impact RMTC and its coaches, particularly Coach Coco, made on the tennis community and growing the sport of tennis in Superior. Town staff is working to obtain services from a new tennis professional to provide tennis programs to the Superior community beginning in the Spring. We will provide an update once we have more details to share with you. Thank you for your patience. Please reach out to Jeremy Hoffman at jeremyh@superiorcolorado.gov with questions. 20

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LEARN TO PLAY PICKLEBALL

Age: 18+ | Autrey Park Pickleball Courts This clinic is for newbies! You will learn some basic techniques, rules and scoring! Paddles are available for use during the lesson. 4/28

Sunday

1-3 p.m.

$40

Pickleball Mixers Ever struggled with finding pickleball players around your skill level to play with? Ever wanted to meet other pickleball players to rally with on the court? These mixers will help with that!

INTERMEDIATE MIXER

Age: 18+ | Autrey Park Pickleball Courts This will be a social mixer for players who are confident in scoring, rules, and have been playing competitive recreational play or novice level tournaments. There will be three courts of doubles play. A timer is set for 15 minutes. At the end of 15 minutes, the winning teams move up a court and split partners. The losing teams will move down a court and split partners. Coach Kathy and her team of certified coaches will monitor play and help coordinate the mixer. 4/28

Sunday

9-11 a.m.

$25


outdoor

programs ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE MIXER

WALK WITH A DOC

3.5 Level+. This will be a social mixer for players who are confident in scoring and rules and have been playing competitive recreational play or sanctioned tournaments. These players should know strategy and are confident playing at the Non Volley Zone (AKA: The Kitchen). Players should also have the consistency of maintaining a rally of 15 or more shots without errors. There will be three courts of doubles play. A timer is set for 15 minutes. At the end of 15 minutes, the winning teams moves up a court and split partners and losers move down a court and split partners. Coach Kathy and her team of certified coaches will monitor play and help coordinate the mixer.

Walk with a Doc is an international nonprofit that aims to get people of all ages, fitness levels, and backgrounds moving and talking with their local health providers! Partnering with Boulder Community Health, we are hosting a monthly walking event where important health topics are present by our local health providers, followed by a group walking session. You’d be surprised what walking can do for your health! Additional information can be found here: walkwithadoc.org/join-a-walk/locations/superiorco/.

Age: 18+ | Autrey Park Pickleball Courts

4/28

Sunday

11 a.m.-1 p.m.

All Ages | Wildflower Park

$25

4/20

Saturday

9-10 a.m.

FREE

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Pickleball Skills & Drills Classes ADVANCED BEGINNER SKILLS & DRILLS Age: 16+ | Autrey Park Pickleball Courts

Players should know basic shots, rules, and how to score. This clinic will help those practice playing with some consistency, some coaching on technique, and strategy. The first hour will be drills followed by an additional half hour of coached game play. 4/25

Tuesday

9:30-11 a.m.

$30

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL SKILLS & DRILLS Age: 16+ | Autrey Park Pickleball Courts

Players should know how to execute all the basic shots with some consistency: Serve, return, dink, and 3rd shot drop. The first hour will be drills followed by an additional half hour of coached game play. 4/25

Tuesday

11 a.m.-1 p.m.

$30

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CASTLE PARK • 3924 S. Torreys Peak

CIRCLE PARK • Rock Creek Pkwy.

FIRE STATION PARK • 3181 Torreys Peak Drive

GRASSO PARK • 124 E. William St.

ASTI PARK* • 110 Maple St.

PIRATE PARK • 1412 Hyacinth Way

RIVERBEND • 1055 E. Riverbend St. SOUTH POOL PARK • 3300 Huron Peak Ave.

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WILDFLOWER PARK • 3151 S. Indiana St.

SUPERIOR COMMONS • 2130 Creek View Drive

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AUTREY PARK • Rock Creek Pkwy. & Honey Creek Lane

FOUNDERS PARK • 601 W. Coal Creek Drive

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NORTH POOL PARK • 1650 S. Indiana St.

PURPLE PARK • 1310 S. Pitkin Ave.

Disc Golf Park

Playground Equipment

Pavilions

Restrooms

Drinking Fountain

Electricity

CABIN PARK • 2837 Flint Ct.

COMMUNITY PARK • 1350 Coalton Road

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Picnic Tables

Barbeque Grill

Parking

Walking Trail Access

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Ball Field

Turf Field

Pickleball Courts

Playing Fields

Tennis Court

Sand Volleyball

Basketball Court

Skate Park

Bike Park

Dog Park

Athletic Field Reservations The Town of Superior has many athletic fields suitable for seasonal, occasional and tournament play. All Town of Superior athletic fields are open to the public for use on a first-come, first-served basis. To obtain exclusive use of a field, complete and submit a Sports Complex Permit Application to tospros@superiorcolorado.gov. Applications can be found online at superiorrec.com. Field reservations must be paid for prior to use. • Williams Turf and the West multi-purpose field are available to rent year-round. • Baseball fields are available to rent from AprilNovember and are closed for field preservation from December-March. • Superior Commons Athletic Field is available to rent from April-October. The field is closed November-March for field preservation.

Park/Pavilion Reservations Come and enjoy the outdoors at one of Superior’s beautiful parks.

• Park/Pavilion reservations are available to reserve online from May-October reservation dates. Park facilities may be used on a first come, first served basis from November-April.

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How Do I

Register?

How do I register for Town of Superior programs? Register Online

Visit superiorrec.com and click the “Program Registration” button, log in and sign up for the program(s) of your choice! For questions or assistance with program registration, please call 303-554-9005 or email tospros@superiorcolorado.gov.


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