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Helpful Contacts

Table of Contents

Alan McBeath Superintendent of Parks and Open Space 303-499-3675 ext. 171, alanm@superiorcolorado.gov

1 Welcome 2-7 General Information 2-3 Activity Registration 4-6 Park, Field and Shelter Information 7 Town Committees and Commissions 8 National Day of Service 9-11 Adult Activities 9 50+ Fitness 9 Superior Lifestyle Fitness 9 MapMyRun 10 Superior Running Club 10 Yoga in the Park 11 Synergy Fitness - Zumba 12 Meals on Wheels 13 Charity Gala - Meals on Wheels 14 Aquatics 14 Pool Overview 14 Modified Pool Schedule 15 General Interest 15 Tombstone Tour 15 Dog Training 16-17 Youth Sports 16 Karate 16 Personal Training 16 NFL Punt, Pass & Kick 17 Lakeshore School Break Sports Camps 17 Local Youth Sports Organizations 18 Youth Activities 18 Synergy Fitness - Zumba 18 Parents’ Night Out at Lakeshore 19 Stocking Run 5k Run and Walk 20-22 Boulder Valley Ice (Adult and Youth) 23-25 YMCA of Boulder Valley 23 Soccer 24 Flag Football, Tennis 24 Baseball, Softball 25 Rugby League

Bryan Meyer Recreation Supervisor 303-499-3675 ext. 163, bryanm@superiorcolorado.gov Katie Rummel Events and Volunteer Coordinator 303-499-3675 ext. 167, katier@superiorcolorado.gov Lydia Yecke Recreation Coordinator 303-499-3675 ext. 166, lydiay@superiorcolorado.gov Manny Soto Parks Technician I 303-499-3675 ext. 171, mannys@superiorcolorado.gov Martin Toth Parks, Recreation and Open Space Director 303-499-3675 ext. 118, martint@superiorcolorado.gov Matt Rarick Parks Technician III 303-499-3675 ext. 171, mattr@superiorcolorado.gov Milisa Miller Multi Media Graphics Specialist 303-499-3675 ext. 161, milisam@superiorcolorado.gov Patrick Hammer Superintendent of Recreation 303-499-3675 ext. 119, patrickh@superiorcolorado.gov Sports Field Weather Information Visit www.superiorrec.com

Our Mission The Town of Superior Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department strives to provide the community with the highest quality of life through the balance of Parks, Recreation and Open Space, the care of natural and created resources, community events, programs, and opportunities for residents to participate, while maintaining the best possible customer service in the most cost effective manner. This publication is provided by the Town of Superior Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department located at 127 E. Coal Creek Drive, Superior, Colorado 80027. For additional information please call 303-499-3675 or visit the Town’s website at www.superiorcolorado.gov.

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ACTIVITY REGISTRATION

Registration Information REGISTRATION TIPS • Parks/Open Space • Registrations will be processed on a first come basis. •  Fax and mail registrations will receive second priority to walk-in registrations depending on the date they are received. • Be sure to fully complete your registration form including the 8 digit code number of the class, and all other requested information. • Don’t forget to sign the waiver. • Be sure to submit your registration and payment early so that you do not miss the registration deadlines. •  If using a credit card for the convenience of fax and mail registration please note that we accept VISA and MASTERCARD. Include the 16 digit card number, expiration date, 3 digit security code located on the back, as well as the card holder’s name. • Be sure that your check or money order is made payable to the Town of Superior for all ToS programs, or to the agency or company specified in the class description. • Phone-in registration is not acceptable. STEPS TO REGISTERING Online: Go to www.superiorrec.com to register online. Return registrants need their Household ID number. You can also check out our activities guide online and see what’s new for the Town of Superior at www.superiorcolorado.gov. Drop it off: Drop off completed registration forms and payment at Superior Town Hall, 124 E. Coal Creek Dr. Payment by cash, check, VISA, and MASTERCARD are accepted. Town Hall Hours Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays Mail it in: Town of Superior PROS, 124 E. Coal Creek Dr., Superior, CO 80027. Make payment to the Town of Superior. A receipt will be mailed to you on the day that your registration is processed. Mailed in registrations must be received prior to the activity registration deadlines. Fax it in: Fax your completed registration (VISA or MASTERCARD only) to the Town of Superior PROS office at 303-494-2521. A receipt will be mailed to you on the day that your registration is processed. Please note: Registration deadlines for some Adult and Youth Sports programs may overlap more than one recreation guide. Please check for early bird and registration deadlines for each activity to ensure on-time registration.

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ACTIVITY CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY • Parks/Open Space • Classes cancelled by the Town of Superior will be refunded 100%. The cancellation request form is not necessary for these cancellations. Classes can be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or inclement weather. • Cancellations prior to the registration deadline will be refunded 100%. • Cancellations after the registration deadline or after the first class will be charged a $10 processing fee if it does not drop the class below the minimum enrollment. Cancellations that result in dropping the class below the minimum enrollment will not be given a refund. •  Requests for cancellations must be given to the PROS Department no later than 1 business day after the first class or refunds will not be given. • Cancellations/transfers requested after a one day class will not be refunded. • Refunds will not be given for punch cards. • There is no transfer fee. MINIMUM/MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT POLICY Classes have set minimum and maximum participation numbers. Early registration is recommended for all classes and will help ensure that the minimum participant number is met. If the minimum is not met, the class will be cancelled and transfers, refunds or credits will be made. Participants will be notified of all cancellations.

3 Ways to Register

ONLINE: Go to www.superiorrec.com to register.

MAIL IT IN: Mail completed registration form and payment to: Town of Superior, Attn: PROS, 124 E. Coal creek Dr., Superior, CO 80027.

FAX IT IN: Fax your completed registration (VISA or MASTERCARD only) to the Town of Superior PROS office at 303-494-2521.

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PARKS, FIELDS AND SHELTERS

Superior Parks, Athletic Fields and Shelters Please see map on last page for locations

Facility Reservations Parks, shelters and athletic fields are available to rent. All reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance and require a $200 deposit that will be refunded within 30 days after the reservation. Reservations may be made during business hours at Town Hall, by fax or email. Deposit and fees are due at the time of reservation. Please use the reservation form located on the next page.

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Facilities will be released for reservations 3 times per year. Park Shelter/Pavilion release dates are as follows: Winter Release January - April Permits available December 1st Summer Release May - August Permits available April 1st Fall Release September - December Permits available August 1st

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TOWN COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

Town Committees and Commissions Get Involved in your Community! The Town of Superior has many opportunities for you to help shape the future of your community. Please look for openings on the following committees in your monthly newsletter. All meetings are open to the public. Open Space Advisory Committee (OSAC) OSAC meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Superior Town Hall. It is a nine-member committee that serves solely in an advisory capacity and makes recommendations to the Town Board on matters such as: •  Areas appropriate for open space designation as wildlife habitats, trails or other similar purposes. • Community services and amenities that will be provided by the purchase by the Town of natural open space. • Work with Town staff to periodically review and evaluate the management policies and procedures of Open Space lands. Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee (PROSTAC) PROSTAC meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Superior Town Hall. It is a nine-member committee that is composed of two recreation advocates, two parks advocates, two open space advocates (filled by OSAC members), two trails advocates and one at-large advocate. PROSTAC serves solely in an advisory capacity and makes recommendations to the Town Board on matters such as: • Continuing to assist with parks, recreation, open space and trails issues and recommending implementation of the master plan. • Assisting with the development of the 5 year Implementation Action Plan and with the implementation of the Master Plan action items. • Reviewing and commenting on staff’s annual work plan.

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Recycling and Conservation Advisory Committee (RCAC) RCAC meets the 2nd Thursday of each month from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm at the Superior Town Hall. It is an eight-member committee that serves solely in an advisory capacity and makes recommendations to the Town Board on matters such as: •  Examining the needs of the Town for recycling and conservation activities that are not already in place, and to assess the current waste diversion programs. • Assisting the Town Board in establishing priorities for the implementation of recycling and conservation activities, fund permitting. • Examining and making recommendations to the Board on possible sources of funding for the implementation of recycling and conservation activities. Planning Commission The Planning Commission meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 pm at the Superior Town Hall. It is a nine-member board appointed by the Board of Trustees. This quasi-judicial board is responsible for developing recommendations for the Town Board regarding the Superior Comprehensive Plan. It is also responsible for the review of development proposals within the Town of Superior. Superior Historical Commission The Superior Historical Commission meets the 3rd Friday of each month from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Superior Town Hall. It is a nine-member committee that serves solely in an advisory capacity and makes recommendations to the Town Board on matters regarding historic preservation. To be eligible, you must have attended at least seven meetings in one year. Non-residents are eligible.

Find out ways to VOLUNTEER in Superior by visiting www.volunteersuperior.com

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2013 NATIONAL DAY 8:30

SERVICE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 OF 11:00 AM to

PURPLE PARK LOWER POND IMPROVEMENT PROJECT The Town of Superior is once again planning a National Day of Service Volunteer Project in commemoration of the 9/11 attacks. National Day of Service, which began in 2002, has become an annual tribute to the 9/11 victims, survivors, and those who served in response to the attacks. This year’s service project will include enhancing the lower pond at Purple Park by removing some of the existing willows and replanting the area with lower growing grasses and shrubs.


ADULT ACTIVITIES

50+Fitness

Superior Lifestyle Fitness - Boot Camp

BACK TO BASICS This is a bi-weekly, 1 hour workout session designed to get you started and ease you back into a more fit and healthy lifestyle. Each session includes instruction in core strengthening, flexibility and stability training, with both upper and lower body strength training.

Are you a morning workout person or only have time to exercise before heading to the office? Join Superior Lifestyle Fitness for group fitness classes at Community Park on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Morning group fitness classes are great for all fitness levels – current members range from beginners to ultra-marathoners. $50 per month

Location: H  orizon’s at Rock Creek Community Center, 2200 S. Tyler Drive Days and Time:  Tuesdays 9:00-10:00 am in the Veranda Room Thursdays 10:00-11:00 am in the Playroom Cost: $5 per session – First session is FREE! EXERCISING WITH BACK INJURY & RELATED ISSUES Have you injured your back and are afraid to exercise out of fear of worsening your back problems? Join Instructor Gary Reich at this bi-weekly, 1 hour workout session where every exercise is back safe and designed to help you get back into shape, while strengthening your back, increasing your range of motion, and reducing pain. Don’t forget to bring your mat! Location: H  orizon’s at Rock Creek Community Center, 2200 S. Tyler Drive Days and Time: Tuesdays 5:00-6:00 pm in the Veranda Room Thursdays 9:00-10:00 am in the Playroom Cost: $5 per session – First session is FREE! Registration: Contact Gary Reich at 443-421-3315, or just show up!

Workouts take place at Williams Turf Field during warm weather months and move to the Horizons Community Center when temperatures cool off. • Custom built workouts designed to burn fat and build muscle •  Amazing group atmosphere with great support and friendships – 40 existing members •  Social Meet-Up activities held by group members to promote social health • Yoga Sessions included bi-weekly to incorporate mental and spiritual health • Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6:00 - 7:00 a.m. - Drop in’s welcome! • Contact Derran at 567-204-2429 or derranerb@yahoo. com • Check us out on Facebook!

ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR GARY REICH: Owner of 50+ Fitness is a Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor specializing in working with Baby Boomers, Seniors, back injuries and those with Degenerative Disc Disease. Gary fractured 2 vertebrae and crushed 3 discs and now has degenerative disc disease. After spending 3 months in a custom back brace, he had to learn to work out all over again. During the process, he got certified as a Personal Trainer, and is now able to do full body strength training, hike 14ers, bike and ski – without having any surgery! Gary’s fitness programs are designed to help you achieve a stronger, fitter and healthier body! Don’t forget to bring your mat! Please call 443-421-3315 or email instructor Gary Reich with questions at 50plusfitness.GR@gmail.com

Members of Superior Lifestyle Fitness at Fitness on the Rocks

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ADULT ACTIVITIES

Superior Running Club

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The Superior Running Club is a relaxed group of runners that host runs every Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. in the summer and 8:00 a.m. the rest of the year. If you are not already on our email list just send your email address to dann.kramer@ yahoo.com and you will be added. Everyone is invited to join us; there are no dues, and no membership requirements. However, we ask that children 16 years old and under must be accompanied by an adult. The club is open to anyone who would like to come out and join us for some exercise, fun, and socializing with a lot of great people. All experience levels are welcome (walkers, beginners, intermediate, advanced). Our runs are located around the Superior area, and usually last from 45 minutes to an hour (4-6 miles). For those who want a shorter run, we create custom routes for them each week.

Looking for trail running locations near Superior? www.superiorrec.com has links to several local and County Open Space trail maps. Did you know that the Town has 30 miles of interior trails or that you could be running in pristine open space maintained by the County within minutes of your front door? The Parks and Recreation Department has worked to compile a list of area trail map links that range in difficultly and distance. HOW TO GET STARTED: 1. Visit www.superiorrec.com to find a trail map and tell someone where you will be running. 2. Find a good pair of trail running shoes - trail-running shoes provide more protection for your feet and have rugged outsoles to improve your traction, key for rocky and slippery routes. 3. Start your trail running experience on a relatively slow and flat trail. 4. Make sure you have plenty of water and dress appropriately. 5. Don’t hesitate to walk if needed. 6. Be aware of your surroundings and enjoy your experience!

Yoga in the Park Classes Yoga is a mind-body exercise that helps with strength, flexibility, balance and relaxation. It is a unique ancient practice that addresses both physical and mental health. Yoga has been known to help people sleep better, reduce stress and regain suppleness to joints (not to mention have a lot of fun!) Enhance your well-being and let yoga serve your overall health. Class Location: P urple Park in Superior or Summit Clubhouse located at 2855 Rock Creek Cir. Bldg. #44 *Location depends on the weather. YOGA BLEND & MEDITATION A sweet unity of dynamic movements and deep stretching, this multi-level class allows you to work at your own pace. We will start with a power hour of energetic flow and end with delicious stretching, followed by a taste of meditation. Start your evening right with a serving of this yummy class! Age: 13 and up Day: Tuesdays Date: September 3 - December 17 Time: 5:30-6:45 pm Cost: 3 punch pass $27 6 punch pass $48 9 punch pass $63 *1st Class FREE with the purchase of a punch pass! ABOUT INSTRUCTOR ZHI JENNI LEE: Avid student of both Western anatomy and Eastern philosophies, Zhi Jenni Lee unifies both into her yoga practice. Certified by renowned master teachers, her classes are sound and specific - a concise blend of dynamic strengthening and deep relaxation. Zhi started teaching for all walks of life since 2006 – athletes, moms, inner-city kids, and the movie industry. She has since assisted in teacher trainings and been featured in Yoga media. Her passion remains consistent – empowering others to discover a new world on the magic carpet, aka yoga mat. Please Note: Depending on the weather class location or times are subject to change. Please email zhijenni@gmail.com for the latest class schedule.

To register, please visit www.superiorrec. com or stop by Superior Town Hall at 124 E. Coal Creek Drive

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Synergy Fitness ZUMBA IN THE PARK (Ages 11+) Ditch the workout and join the Party! When people see a Zumba class in action, they can’t wait to give it a try. Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and International beats. Before you know it, you’ll be getting fit and your energy levels will go through the roof! You will be having so much fun you won’t even realize you are exercising. It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. Moreover, Zumba breaks the mold by making fitness a fun activity you will look forward to and want to do. Learn the dance steps in an easy-to-follow, fun and party-like format. There’s no other fitness class like a Zumba Fitness-Party. Location: North Pool Tennis Courts, 1650 S. Indiana St., Superior Please Note: Depending on the weather class location subject to change. For current location please email info@ synergyfitnessonline.net or call 720-203-0395. Days: Saturdays 8:00-9:00 am Sundays 10:15-11:15 am Dates: September 14 - December 8 Cost: Drop-in fee $12 per class 5 classes - $55 10 classes - $100 15 classes - $135 (All classes must be taken within a 60 day period) For additional class information please visit www.synergyfitnessonline.net

To register, please visit www.superiorrec. com or stop by Superior Town Hall at 124 E. Coal Creek Drive

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Coal Creek Meals on Wheels provides daily nutritious meals and related support services to members of our community in need, helping them to live with dignity in their own homes. Adults of any age or income level having difficulty preparing meals are eligible for this incredible service.

• Delicious lunches are delivered Monday - Friday • The first week is FREE! • A friendly visit with every meal • No income restrictions • No age restrictions

Individuals returning home from the hospital are eligible for 5 free meals through our shortterm program Project Homecoming. This is a program designed to provide out-going patients a smooth recovery upon their release from the following hospitals: Boulder Community Hospital, Longmont United Hospital and Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center.

Superior residents may sign up online at WWW.COALCREEKMOW.ORG or call 303-665-0566.


Coal Creek Meals on Wheels is a non-profit organization proudly serving the Communities of Lafayette, Louisville, Superior and Erie. To date, over 3,200 individuals in our Communities have been impacted by our work. For more information please call 303-665-0566.


AQUATICS

Town of Superior Pools The Town of Superior has two outdoor pools, North Pool and South Pool. The North Pool facility is located at 1650 South Indiana Street and features a heated leisure pool and heated children’s wading pool. The South Pool facility is located at 3300 Huron Peak Avenue and features a heated leisure pool with a slide and mushroom fountain and a heated children’s wading pool. Both facilities offer a designated lane for lap swimming. Both North and South Pool will close to the public on Monday, September 2, 2013.

Resident Pool Identification Card’s (ID’s) The cost for an Identification Card is $5.00. Replacement ID’s are also $5.00. All residents 9 years of age or older that live within the Town of Superior need to have a resident photo ID to use both the North and South Pools. Residents under 9 years of age do not need an ID when accompanied by an adult (18 years or older) or a youth 3-17 years old with a current Red Cross or YMCA Babysitter’s Certificate that has an ID. If you have an ID with a barcode, you will not need a new card. To receive an ID, proof of residency in the form of a current water bill that is postmarked within 60 days or a currents lease document, is required along with a current photo ID. Resident ID’s are issued at Superior Town Hall and at the North and South Pools during the pool season. Pool patrons without a valid Resident ID card will be charged guest fees.

Back to School “Modified” Pool Schedule The North and South pool will operate on a modified schedule once Boulder Valley School District resumes classes on August 22, 2013. Reduced hours will begin August 22, 2013 and run through September 2, 2013 North Pool Open Swim Hours (Sunday morning adult lap swimming will be suspended): Monday-Friday 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. South Pool Open Swim Hours (Weekday morning adult lap swim will be suspended): Monday-Friday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. * Pool hours subject to change due to staff availability.

Guest Policy at the Pools All guests are required to sign in at the front desk and MUST be accompanied by a resident (ages 9 and older) with a recreation ID at all times while at the pools. Fees for guests are: • age 0-5 (infant) – Free • age 6-17 (child) – $2.00 • age 18-59 (adult) – $2.00 • age 60 + (senior) – $2.00

Guest Punch Card Residents will now be able to purchase a 20 visit guest punch card. This card can be used for any age guest (6 and older). The cost is just $35.00 and is good for 20 visits. You can purchase the 20 visit punch card at Town Hall or at the pools. All guests are required to sign in at the front desk and MUST be accompanied by a resident age 9 and older.

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GENERAL INTEREST

Dog Training Former Sea World trainer Donelle Slater has the knowledge, tips and tricks to train your dog. All classes will be held at Autrey Park just in front of the Dog Park. Location: 1 830 Honey Creek Ln. (Rock Creek Pkwy. & Honey Creek Ln.) LEVEL 1 (Owner age 10+) Intended for dogs 4 months and up. This class is also a prerequisite for the more advanced Level 2. We work on sits, downs, stay and come along with loose leash walking. Both owners and dogs will also be introduced to exciting agility training with jumps, beams and tunnels.

Tombstone Tour - A walk through the historic Superior Cemetery Did you know one of the oldest cemeteries in Boulder County is located in Superior? The Superior Historical Commission will host its annual “Tombstone Tour” of our historic Cemetery on Saturday, October 5th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Cemetery is located just south of Avista Hospital on the south side of US 36. Historical Commission members and volunteers will be on hand to provide information about interesting people and sites in the Cemetery. Parking will be in the Avista Hospital south lot followed by a walk through the tunnel under Highway 36. Participants should plan for walking on uneven terrain and wear appropriate clothing, footwear and sunscreen.

Interesting facts about our historic Superior Cemetery: •  The first burial on record took place in 1873 and the last in 1949 •  Two Civil War veterans are buried at the Cemetery • Ground penetrating radar has detected ninety possible graves •  20 graves are those of children age three or less • In the late 1800s, the Cemetery was known as “the Cemetery on Coal Creek”

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Day: Saturday Date: 330003A September 7 - October 12 Time: 5:00-6:00 pm Cost: $175 Min/Max: 3/8 Day: Tuesday Date: 330003B September 17 - October 22 Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Cost: $175 Min/Max: 3/8 Registration Deadline: 5 business days before session begins LEVEL 2 (Owner age 10+) If Level 1 classes left you wanting more, join in for more fun and continue perfecting and building on the foundation you have begun. Prepare to impress your friends as you and your dog master even more challenging agility skills like the A-frame, weave poles and teeter totter. This class also teaches off leash recall training for Boulder Counties Green Tag Program. Day: Saturday Date: 330004A September 7 - October 12 Time: 3:30-4:30 pm Cost: $175 Min/Max: 3/8 Registration Deadline: 5 business days before session begins

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YOUTH SPORTS

Traditional Japanese Karate-Do

Personal Training from a Martial Arts Perspective

Karate is empty hand self-defense using appropriate parts of the body in various blocking, kicking, punching, and striking techniques against one or more assailants. Karate is not purely physical power, but rather a deep mental training and philosophical outlook on everyday life which cultivates strong character, spirit, and body, as well as technique. The ultimate goal of karate is to create patterns of success and accomplishment leading to the development of positive selfesteem.

If you would like to look and feel better by toning up and getting into better physical shape this program is for you. Participants will make progress through establishing realistic fitness goals by working out in a private martial arts studio with personal and customized training sessions using free weights, strength training devices, bag exercises, creative martial arts training equipment and proven methods of developing flexibility, balance and overall body coordination. Flexible scheduling for private and semi-private sessions is available. Joe Signorelli has been an instructor since 1979. Rates start at $25 per session. Please call 303-880-6171 for more information.

Registration Deadline: 5 business days before session begins *No classes over the Holidays – please contact the instructor at 303-880-6171 For more information or to register, please visit www. superiorrec.com

Youth Karate AGES 8-15 Through structured, fun activities, basic karate techniques and philosophy will be introduced. Day: Wednesday & Saturday Date: 430020A September 4 – December 18 *$225 430020B October 2 – December 18 *$185 430020C November 2 – December 18 *$125 Time: Wednesday 6:15-7:00 pm Saturday 10:15-11:00 am Location: 414 S. 3rd Ave *Cost: $125-$225 Min/Max: 2/15

Tiny Tots Karate AGES 5-7 This age appropriate informal class will focus on fun activities to introduce your young martial artist to the world of Karate Do. Day: Wednesday & Saturday Date: 430020D September 4 – December 18 *$225 430020E October 2 – December 18 *$185 430020F November 2 – December 18 *$125 Time: Wednesday 5:15-6:00 pm Saturday 11:15-12:00 noon Location: 414 S. 3rd Ave *Cost: $125-$225 Min/Max: 2/15

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The NFL Punt, Pass & Kick (PPK) (430025) This FREE program is a national skills competition for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 15 to compete separately against their peers. Established in 1961, the PPK program is the oldest NFL Youth Football program. Girls and boys in five separate age divisions (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14-15) compete against each other in punting, passing and place kicking in a fun and engaging forum. The PPK program is FREE to every youngster who wants to participate! With more than three million boys and girls from around the country taking part in PPK competitions every year, it is one of the world’s largest youth sports participation programs. Come participate in this year’s event being held at Williams Field in Community Park. Date: Thursday, September 19 at 4 p.m. Registration will be done on-site. Parents must provide a copy of child’s birth certificate and a signed parental waiver form. NO cleats allowed for the competition.

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YOUTH SPORTS

Local Youth Sports Organizations The Town of Superior proudly partners with local youth sports organizations. For more information please visit the following websites: Superior Mustang Youth Football www.superiormustangs.com

Lakeshore Athletic Club’s Thanksgiving and Winter Break Youth Sports Camps AGES 5-15 MONDAY-FRIDAY, 9:00 am-3:00 pm, Member/ Superior Resident $199 Register in person at Lakeshore Athletic Club or online at www. lsac-flatiron.com Don’t let your kids sit around during school break - send them to Sports Camp instead! Each week is loaded with fast paced action, instruction, skill, drills, and scrimmages galore! Campers will have a choice between 2 exciting sports per week – basketball, indoor soccer, floor-hockey, cheer, lacrosse, youth conditioning, gym games and more! Young athletes will have a great time playing hard, improving skills, and making new friends. This program is brought to you through a partnership with Lakeshore Athletic Club. Lakeshore has generously extended their membership pricing for the program listed above. Thank you Lakeshore Athletic Club.

Monarch Little League Baseball www.monarchlittleleague.leag1.com

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Superior Rugby www.superiorrugby.com

Rock Creek Flyers Swim Team www.eteamz.com/rockcreekflyers1

For additional Youth Sports opportunities see the YMCA of Boulder Valley section on page 23!

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Synergy Fitness ZUMBATOMIC FOR KIDS Designed exclusively for kids (ages 5-10), ZumbAtomic classes are rockin’, high-energy fitness-parties packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love, like Hip-Hop, Reggaeton, Cumbia and more. Parents love ZumbAtomic because of the effects it has on kids, increasing their focus and self-confidence, boosting metabolism and enhancing coordination. ZumbAtomic rounds out family fitness goals by giving parents a great reason to head to class – for themselves, for their kids, for a totally fun family experience.

Programs

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To see a full schedule of classes visit www.synergyfitnessonline.net Location: Synergy Fitness Studio – 406 Center Dr, Superior Phone: 720-203-0395 Day: Saturday Dates: 530031  A September 14 - October 5 530031 B October 12 - November 2 530031 C November 9 - December 7 Time: 1 2:00 pm Cost: $30 per session Minimum 4-5 students confirmed for session to proceed so please register in advance

Parents’ Night Out at Lakeshore Athletic Club is back! AGES 3-13, 1st and 3rd FRIDAY of the month, September 6, 5:30-9:00 pm, Member/Superior Resident $25 Register in person at Lakeshore Athletic Club, 10% sibling discount each additional child’s fee

The coolest Friday night kids’ program in the area! Our kids will swim, play gym, games, eat pizza, and watch a movie, all while their parents enjoy a night out. Preregistration paperwork and reservations required. This program is brought to you through a partnership with Lakeshore Athletic Club. Lakeshore has generously extended their membership pricing for the program listed above. Thank you Lakeshore Athletic Club.

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BOULDER VALLEY ICE

Boulder Valley Ice (Adults) Boulder Valley Ice offers recreational skating, hockey and birthday parties. All classes listed below include skate rental. Don’t forget to check in at the front desk and dress warm! For more information, visit www.bvice.com or call 303-494-4777. For class specific questions email leslyeburch@l.coons@ hotmail.com. Location: 125 Superior Plaza Way, Superior ADULT ALL LEVELS Ages 14+ Day: Saturday Dates: 230001  A September 7 - October 19 (No class on 10/12) 230001 B October 26 - December 7 230001 C December 14 - January 25 (No class on 12/28) Time: 1 2:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Tuesday Dates: 230001  D October 1 - November 5 230001 E November 12 - December 17 Time: 1 0:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session FREE SKATE 1-6 All Ages Skills covered: Figure skating elements. Participant must have tested through Basic Skills 1-8. Please contact your BV Ice instructor for the level that best fits your ability. Day: Saturday Dates: 230002 A-F September 7 - October 19 (No Class on 10/12) 230002 A - Free Skate 1 230002 B - Free Skate 2 230002 C - Free Skate 3 230002 D - Free Skate 4 230002 E - Free Skate 5 230002 F - Free Skate 6 Time: 1 2:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Skate Level

Day: Saturday Dates: 230004 A-F December 14 - January 25 (No class on 12/28) 230004 A - Free Skate 1 230004 B - Free Skate 2 230004 C - Free Skate 3 230004 D - Free Skate 4 230004 E - Free Skate 5 230004 F - Free Skate 6 Time: 12:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Skate Level REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 5 business days before session begins

For more information or to register please visit www.superiorrec.com

Day: Saturday Dates: 230003 A-F October 26 - December 7 230003 A - Free Skate 1 230003 B - Free Skate 2 230003 C - Free Skate 3 230003 D - Free Skate 4 230003 E - Free Skate 5 230003 F - Free Skate 6 Time: 1 2:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Skate Level

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Boulder Valley Ice (Youth) SNOWPLOW SAM 1 Ages 3-5 Skills covered: Stand and sit/sit and stand with skates on and off the ice, march in place, march forward, 2-foot glide and dip in place. Day: Tuesday Dates: 430001 A October 1 - November 5 430001 B November 12 - December 17 Time: 10:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430002 A September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430002 B October 26 - December 7 430002 C December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 1 2:00-12:30 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430002 D September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430002 E October 26 - December 7 430002 F December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 12:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session SNOWPLOW SAM 2 Ages 3-5 Skills covered: March and glide, moving dip, backward wiggles, 2-foot swizzles, rocking horse and 2-foot hop. Registration Deadline: 5 business days before session begins Day: Tuesday Dates: 430003 A October 1 - November 5 430003 B November 12 - December 17 Time: 10:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430004 A September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430004 B October 26 - December 7 430004 C December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 12:00-12:35 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session

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SNOWPLOW SAM 3 Ages 3-5 Skills covered: Forward skating. 1-foot glide, forward swizzles, backward swizzles, snowplow stop and curves. Day: Tuesday Dates: 430005 A October 1 - November 5 430005 B November 12 - December 17 Time: 10:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430006 A September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430006 B October 26 - December 7 430006 C December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 12:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session BASIC 1 Ages 6-13 Skills covered: Sit on ice and stand up, forward marches, 2-foot glide, dip, forward swizzles, backward wiggles, snowplow stop, rocking horse, and 2-foot hop. Day: Tuesday Dates: 430007 A October 1 - November 5 430007 B November 12 - December 17 Time: 10:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430008 A September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430008 B October 26 - December 7 430008 C December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 12:00-12:35 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session BASIC 2 Ages 6-13 Skills covered: 1-foot glide, backward 2-foot glide, backward swizzles, 2-foot turn, moving snowplow stop and forward alternating ½ swizzle pumps. Day: Tuesday Dates: 430009 A October 1 - November 5 430009 B November 12 - December 17 Time: 10:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session

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Boulder Valley Ice (Youth) continued BASIC 2 Ages 6-13 Day: Saturday Dates: 430010 A September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430010 B October 26 - December 7 430010 C December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 1 2:00-12:35 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session BASIC 3-8 Ages 6-13 Skills covered: Forward stroking; ½ swizzle pumps, forward to backward 2-foot turn, backward 1-foot glide, forward slalom, 2-foot spin, edges, forward and backward crossover, turns, stops, spins, and other figure skating elements. Please contact your BV Ice instructor for the level that best fits your ability. Day: Tuesday Dates: 430011 A-F October 1 - November 5 430011 A - Basic 3 430011 B - Basic 4 430011 C - Basic 5 430011 D - Basic 6 430011 E - Basic 7 430011 F - Basic 8 Time: 1 0:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Tuesday Dates: 430011 G-L November 12 - December 17 430011 G - Basic 3 430011 H - Basic 4 430011 I - Basic 5 430011 J - Basic 6 430011 K - Basic 7 430011 L - Basic 8 Time: 1 0:00-10:30 am Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430012 A-F September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430012 A - Basic 3 430012 B - Basic 4 430012 C - Basic 5 430012 D - Basic 6 430012 E - Basic 7 430012 F - Basic 8 Time: 1 2:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session

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Day: Saturday Dates: 430012 G-L October 26 - December 7 430012 G - Basic 3 430012 H - Basic 4 430012 I - Basic 5 430012 J - Basic 6 430012 K - Basic 7 430012 L - Basic 8 Time: 12:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session Day: Saturday Dates: 430013 A-F December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) 430013 A - Basic 3 430013 B - Basic 4 430013 C - Basic 5 430013 D - Basic 6 430013 E - Basic 7 430013 F - Basic 8 Time: 12:35-1:05 pm Cost: $70 *Per Session

Learn to Play Hockey Child must be 10 or under If you have a child 10 years of age or younger that would like to learn to play hockey, then this is the class for you. Little to no hockey experience is needed. Includes skate rental, 30 minute lesson and a 20 minute scrimmage / practice time. Day: Tuesday Dates: 430014 A October 1 - November 5 430014 B November 12 - December 17 Time: 10:00-10:30 am Cost: $90 Day: Saturday Dates: 430014 C September 7 - October 19 (No class 10/12) 430014 D October 26 - December 7 430014 E December 14 - January 25 (No class 12/28) Time: 12:00-12:50 pm Cost: $90

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REC LEAGUE (U6, U7, U8) Using modified rules designed to teach the fundamentals and skills of soccer, this league will provide a solid soccer foundation and opportunity to progress in the beautiful game. Our U6, U7 and U8 divisions will practice once per week for an hour. U6 and U7 will be coed, and U8 will be separated into an All Girls League and an All Boys League. Participants must have a good pair of tennis shoes or soccer cleats and shin guards. Jerseys and medals are provided by the Y. If leagues are short in participants they will combine with one of the other leagues.

The Y Way To Play The Y Way to Play is a commitment for all to learn, grow and have fun through sports. Our goal is to build a community through our Y Sports programs in which everyone has the opportunity for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Sports provide everything—whether it is enjoyment and values or coaching and learning or rising to another level. Sports teach lifelong skills. THE Y WAY TO PLAY IS: Fun. Sportsmanship. Opportunity. Progressive Competition. Community.

Volunteer Coaches Needed Being a volunteer coach for the YMCA is not just an opportunity to put your athletic experience to work. Coaching at the Y allows you to make a difference in your community and in the lives of local children. Become a mentor by teaching kids the Y way to play!

Little Kickers League (U5 Coed) Little Kickers will have a 25-minute practice followed by a 24-minute game on Saturdays. The fall season will consist of one game per week for 7 weeks. Participants must have a good pair of tennis shoes or soccer cleats and shin guards. Jerseys and medals are provided by the Y. If leagues are short in participants they will combine with one of the other leagues. Fee (M/SR/NM): $ 50/$61/$70 - There is a $15 late fee as of August 31. Day/Time: Saturday, September 7 - October 19 9:00 am-4:00 pm Locations: Manhattan Middle School, Arapahoe Y Turf Field, Superior Community Park

FALL 2013

Fee (M/SR/NM): $  60/$75/$85 - There is a $15 late fee as of August 19. Practice Locations: Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior Practice Starts week of August 26 Day/Time: Saturday, September 7 - October 19 9:00 am-4:00 pm Locations: Manhattan Middle School, Arapahoe Y Turf Field, Superior Community Park DEVELOPMENTAL and CHAMPIONS LEAGUES (U9, U10) Using standard soccer rules, this league is designed to build on the fundamentals and skills of soccer. The V’s goal is to provide a next step from a solid soccer foundation by creating this developmental league. All teams will practice twice per week for an hour. Teams will be separated into an All Girls League and an All Boys League. Fee (M/NM): $90/$120 - There is a $15 late fee as of August 19. Practice Locations: Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior Practice Starts week of August 26 Day/Time: Friday, September 6 - October 18 5:00-9:00 pm Locations: Casey Middle School, Superior Community Park CHAMPIONS LEAGUE (U12, U14) Using standard soccer rules designed to build and develop soccer skills, this league is designed to take your player to the next level. The Champions League will practice twice per week for an hour and a half. Teams will be separated into an All Girls League and an All Boys League. Fee (M/NM): $125/$165 - There is a $15 late fee as of August 19. Practice Locations: Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior Practice Starts week of August 26 Game location TBA Day/Time: Friday, September 6 - October 18 5:00-9:00 pm End of Season Tournament: October 25-27

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Fall Flag Football League

Baseball Clinics

(1st-8th Grade) Flag football provides kids with a chance to learn and have fun playing the game without all the equipment needed for tackle football in a league that teaches all skills and positions. Medals and team jerseys will be provided by the Y! Practice will be once per week and games will be on Saturdays. Coaches, along with the YMCA, determine practice times and locations. Mouth guards are required as well as shoes or cleats. This is a combined Boulder County and Broomfield County coed league.

(4 Years-3rd Grade) This clinic will teach the fundamentals of baseball in a safe and fun environment. Scrimmages will be incorporated in practices, but not guaranteed each week. Participants should have cleats or a good pair of tennis shoes and a baseball glove. All other equipment is provided by the Y. Minimum of 6 participants per age group required before Sunday, September 8, or divisions may be combined/ cancelled.

Fee (M/NM): $60/$85 - There is a $15 late fee as of August 19. Practice Locations: Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior Practice Starts week of August 26 Day/Time: Saturday, September 7 - October 19 9:00 am-2:00 pm Locations: Manhattan  Middle School, Arapahoe Y Turf Field

YMCA Tennis

Our mission is to help develop all dimensions of the players’ abilities, including mental, emotional and social skills, in addition to the physical skills required to become a complete tennis player. The focus is always on making the game fun and enjoyable while engaging all players throughout the class. Sessions run through October, so come see us at the North Pool Courts in Superior. ADULT PROGRAMS (Ages 18+) • Cardio Tennis • Adult Clinics • Tournaments • Private Lessons YMCA JR. BUFFS YOUTH PROGRAMS • Little Stars (Ages 5-8) • Emerging Stars (Ages 8-10) • Shooting Stars (Ages 10-14) • Aces (Ages 10-16) • Tournaments • Private Lessons

Fee (M/SR/NM): $45/$53/$60 Day/Time: Tuesday, September 10 - October 15 Pre K-Kindergarten, 4:00-5:00 pm 1-3 Grade, 5:00-6:00 pm Location: Superior Community Park, Stewart Field

2013 Girl’s Fall Ball (1st-6th Grade) The YMCA clinics will focus on teaching girls the fundamentals of slow pitch softball in a safe and fun atmosphere. Scrimmages will be incorporated in practices, but not guaranteed every week. Participants should have cleats or a good pair of tennis shoes, and a softball mitt is required. All other equipment is provided. Minimum of 6 participants per age group required before Tuesday, September 10, or divisions may be combined/cancelled. Fee (M/SR/NM): $45/$53/$60 Day/Time: Thursday, September 12 - October 17 1-3 Grade, 4:00-5:00 pm 4-6 Grade, 5:00-6:00 pm Location: Superior Community Park, Stewart Field

Visit www.ymcabv.org to register!

For more info on Tennis Programs, contact ted.murray@ ymcabv.org or call 720-402-2669.

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YMCA Rugby League (U8-U16) Ages 5-15 as of May 1, 2013 The Y, Superior Rugby Club, Boulder Rugby Club and the CU Rugby Club are starting the first ever Boulder County fall rugby league! This fast growing and fun game is now an Olympic sport. So, this is the best time to join a side and play a great international game. Players will learn the foundations and fundamentals of the game. US will be flag rugby and all other divisions will be either flag or full contact, depending on the registration numbers and desire of the players. Every player will be provided a shirt and mouth guard. Coaching and officiating support will be provided by the Superior Rugby Club, Boulder Rugby Club and the CU Rugby Club. See you on the pitch! Fee (M/SR*/NM): $  50/$61/$70 - There is a $15 late fee as of August 21. *Current Superior Rugby Club participants also receive the Superior resident rate. Practice Location: Arapahoe Y Turf Field Match Location: Superior Day/Time: Wednesday, August 28 - October 16, 5:30-7:30 pm Saturday, September 7 - October 19, TBA Volunteer to Coach Rugby - If you are interested in coaching, please email melanie.huggins@ymcabv.org.

For other great YMCA sports and programs please visit www.ymcabv.org

FALL 2013

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Fall/Winter Town of Superior Recreation Guide 2013  

Fall/Winter Town of Superior Recreation Guide 2013

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