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ACTIVE 2019 Spring & Summer Activity Guide

Town of Little Elm Parks & Recreation | Library | Special Events | Animal Shelter


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TOWN OF LITTLE ELM HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE GUIDE ABBREVIATIONS REC Little Elm Recreation Center SRC Little Elm Senior Center LIB Little Elm Library LEP Little Elm Park

LittleElmFun.org LittleElmLibrary.org LittleElmAnimals.org Resident/Non-resident A resident pays Town of Little Elm taxes. To conďŹ rm your status, visit www.dentoncad.com. The taxes help fund the Recreaction Center. That is why a resident gets a discount on classes; their taxes have already helped supplement the cost. There is nothing a Town employee can do regarding resident status. 2

TITLE OF ACTIVITY

Description of activity with all the important details. Important Dates Info Days Where Code Men's D M LEP 3010 Men's E M LEP 3009

INTERACTIVE! CLICK ON LINKS AND COURSES FOR MORE INFORMATION.

lerc@littleelm.org library@littleelm.org animals@littleelm.org

972-731-3296 214-975-0430 972-377-1898

Credits If a participant becomes ill before a class begins or a class is canceled, a credit equal to the class fee will be provided for future registrations, unless otherwise noted.

Americans with Disabilities Act The Town of Little Elm welcomes all families and individuals to participate in programs and facilities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or disability.

Cancellations We reserve the right to cancel a class/ activity that does not meet minimum registration.

TDD access is available for the hearing impaired through Relay Texas, 1 (800) 735-2989.


IN THE GUIDE PARKS & TRAILS

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Little Elm Park, Lakefront Trail Mayor's Fitness Challenge

SPECIAL EVENTS

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Eggtastic, Brew & Que, and

PROGRAMS

22-23 Karate, Dance, Art

ADULT SPORTS

AQUATICS

24-25 Leagues, Field Rentals

LIBRARY

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RECREATION CENTER

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ADULT FITNESS

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Swimming Lessons

16-17 Information, Program, Events 18-19 Information, Membership

RENTALS

Pavilions & More

SENIOR CENTER Activities, Programs

ANIMAL SHELTER Dogs, Cats, Adoptions

20-21 Group Fitness and Training

WHO WE ARE

Administration Chad Hyde, Parks & Recreation Director Missy Meador, Administrative Assistant Erin Mudie, Digital Communication Specialist Recreation Staff Little Elm Recreation Center | 972-731-3277 Jason Peebles, Recreation Manager Andy Adams, Athletics/Aquatics Supervisor Schuyler Watson, Recreation Coordinator Annette Carrico, Senior Center Supervisor Kylie Menocal, Fitness & Wellness Supervisor Event Staff Alicia Gray, Special Events Manager Chris Frazer, Special Events Coordinator Animal Services Staff Little Elm Animal Shelter | 972-377-1898 Therese Hoofnagle, Animal Services Supervisor Natalie Hall, Animal Services Officer Jim Durante, Animal Services Officer Parks & Facilities Staff Chuck Fikes, Parks/Facilities Manager Phil Kemmerer, Parks Supervisor Aaron Strickland, Facilities Specialist David Sagan, Facilities Technician Library Staff Little Elm Library | 214-975-0430 Lynette Roberson, Library Manager Cherie Pryseski, Youth Services Laurie McKee, Reference/Tech Services Robert Dowdy, Circulation Supervisor Kelley Anderson, Technical Specialist

WHERE WE ARE PARKS ADMIN OFFICES 303 Main St.; 972-731--3296 M-TH, 7:30am-5:30pm; F 7:30am-11:30am PARKS & SPORTS FACILITIES Beard Park, 310 E. Eldorado Parkway Boat Ramp, 1101 W. Eldorado Parkway Cottonwood Park, 900 Lobo Ln. Cottonwood Sports Complex, 605 Lobo Ln. Community Center, 107 Hardwicke Ln. Little Elm Park, 701 W. Eldorado Parkway McCord Park, 1800 FM 423 McCord Park Splash Pad, 1001 Witt Rd. Union Park, 4911 Union Park Blvd. LITTLE ELM RECREATION CENTER 303 Main St.; 972-731-3277 M-Th, 5am-10pm; F, 5am-9pm; Sa, 7am-5pm; Sun, noon-6pm BRENDA BUTTON MILLS SENIOR CENTER 301 Main St.; 972-731-1464 M-F, 8am-5pm; Sa, 10am-2pm LITTLE ELM ANIMAL SHELTER 1605 Mark Tree Ln.; 972-377-1898 M-F, 10am-noon, 1-5pm; Sa, 10am-1pm LITTLE ELM LIBRARY 100 W. Eldorado Parkway; 214-975-0430 M-Th, 10am-8pm; F, 10am-5pm; Sa-Sun, 10am-3pm 3


LITTLE ELM PARKS & TRAILS Little Elm is proud to boast miles of shoreline and an intricate trail system that continues to expand. We maintain our parks and trails with pride and hope that everyone is able to visit Little Elm, be active, and see why we’re the Town With A Lake Attitude! Upcoming Parks and Trails: Wood Family Dog Park at McCord Park The dog park will be acres of fun for our furry friends. There will be a designated area for large dogs, and one for small dogs. The entrance will be on Witt Rd., near the Splash Pad. Harts Branch Trail This trail is a connector trail that joins the fourmile Lakefront Trail. This trail will be a wonderful addition to the Lakefront Trail that allows more residents easy access to our trail system.

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Beach Information & Rules

• No Lifeguard on duty; swim at own risk. • Swim in designated areas only. • Courtesy life jackets are available at the beach. • No smoking or e-cigs. • No grills on the beach. • No pets on the beach. All pets in the park must be on a leash. • No glass containers. • No obscene music. • No camping tents on the beach. • No overnight camping on the beach. • No fishing from the beach and surrounding areas. • Must bring own wood for fire pits.

Park Information & Rules

• Parks are always open, unless otherwise posted. • Parks are free to everyone. • There is a parking fee between Memorial Day and Labor Day on Saturdays and Sundays. That information can be found online at www.littleelm.org. Parking is free the rest of the year. • Outside grills are not allowed in the park. Permanent grills are available in designated areas.


Little Elm Park

Beach and Swim Area The best beach in DFW! Our beach is covered in sand that is filtered and cleaned daily. Boat Ramp A daily pass ($10) or yearly pass ($25/resident; $75/non-resident) can be purchased at the kiosk at the ramp, the Parks Admin office, or the Recreation Center. Camping Grounds Primitive camping site with no electrical or showers. Permits are sold at the kiosk inside the camping grounds; $5/night or $15/four nights per tent. There is a four night maximum in a 30-day period. Johnny Broyles' Nature Trail The trail is at the north end of the park and is ideal for hiking and biking. Playground This playground is ideal for ages 5-12 and has zip lines, swings, and much more. Lakefront Grill A concession building at the beach. Hours vary by the season. Softball ďŹ elds Two softball fields for league play only. Sand Volleyball There are ten courts on the beach, and two by the playground. Pavilions & Amphitheater These are great spots for parties, events and family reunions! Rental information is on page 26.

McCord Park

Playground This playground has the coolest climbing structure! It's ideal for ages 3-12. Disc Golf There is an 18-hole course around the park. This is a free course and discs are not supplied. Pond Fishing is allowed at the pond with a license. The pond is stocked once a year before the Kid Fish Tournament in September. Trail The concrete trail is great for walkers and bikers and is roughly a mile long. Splash Pad Our newest addition! This will operate until the temperatures begin to drop. The pavilion has two tables and must be reserved.

Beard Park

Playground This award-winning playground is a great place for kids to play and is ideal for those under 7. Historic Village The iconic log cabin and post office brings history to the park! Pavilion This is a great spot for parties, has four tables, and must be reserved.

Cottonwood Park

Shoreline A quiet place by the lake. Fishing is allowed with a license. There are picnic tables at the shoreline. Marina This award-winning marina is operated by an outside company. More information is on their website, www.cottonwoodcreekmarina.com. Nature Trail The woodchipped trail is 1.5 miles and ideal for walkers and hikers. Sports Complex The three baseball and one softball fields are for league play. A playground for all ages is in the middle.

Lakefront Trail

The Lakefront Trail is approximately four miles of crushed granite which connects from Hula Hut/Hydrous to McCord Park. Enjoy the scenic views of the lake, with several access points for fishing. This trail is ideal for hikers, runners, mountain bicyclists, and anyone who enjoys seeing beautiful Little Elm! See the trail map online at www.littleelm.org.

Want to rent something? Sports Fields see page 25. Park Pavilions see page 26. All fees are for residents; nonresidents add $5.

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MAYOR'S FITNESS CHALLENGE 2019 Mayor's Fitness Challenge Ready to get moving, get active, and get into shape? We have the program for you! Join us for the Mayor's Fitness Challenge! This 6-week program will include Nutrition Nights, Web Workouts, Yoga on the Beach, a 5K, and a Celebration Dinner. This year's event kicks off on Saturday, March 23 from 10 am to 1 pm, at the Little Elm Recreation Center. Stop in and explore local health and wellness vendors, meet your awesome coaches, and much more! The 2019 Challenge runs from March 25 to May 3, with the Celebration Dinner on May 5. Questions? Contact Kylie Menocal at kmenocal@littleelm.org.

WHAT TO EXPECT: HEALTH TIPS COACHING PRIZES & GIVEAWAYS MEETUPS FUN!

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Sign up at https://bit.ly/2IfxjOZ or in person at the Kickoff!


SPECIAL EVENTS Big Easy

Craft Brew & Que

Autumn Fest

Join us and Dallas Athletes Racing for crawfish and other Cajun favorites, live music, a one mile fun run, a 5K, and a 10k!

Enjoy beer, BBQ, and Texas music! There will be over 40 breweries with hundreds of different beers to sample. Listen to live Texas Country music all evening from Cody Canada & the Departed, Zane Williams, and Travis Parker. Beer tasting tickets go on sale in April. This is fun for the entire family!

A fall festival with something for the whole family! Carnival rides, games, live music, funnel cakes and much more! Thursday, Sept. 12 6-10 pm – Carnival Armband Night* Friday, Sept. 13 6-11 pm – Carnival 7 pm – Oktoberfest Saturday, Sept. 14 Noon-11 pm – Carnival Sunday, Sept. 15 1-7 pm – Carnival Armband Day*

March 2, 5-9 pm Little Elm Park

The event is open to all ages, however, all runners 21 and over that run the 5K or 10K will recieve two beer tickets with their registration. Prizes awarded for best costume or Krewe. Town Expo & Touch-A-Truck April 6, 10 am-1 pm Little Elm Recreation Center Come out and see what the Town is all about! This is a fun, family friendly event featuring booths full of great information and giveaways, demonstrations, and fun for the whole family! Touch-A-Truck will be in the parking lot and full of all the cars, trucks, and gear used every day in Little Elm.

Eggtastic Easter April 13, 10 am-1 pm Little Elm Park

June 1, 4-9 pm Little Elm Park

Movies in the Park Little Elm Park

Grab a blanket and popcorn and come out for a movie in the park! Our 2019 dates are: May 18 - TBD July 19 - Jaws August - Angry Birds For more information, visit www.lakefrontlittleelm.com.

July Jubilee July 4 Little Elm Park

September 12-15 Little Elm Park

Kid Fish Tournament September, 9-11 am McCord Park Pond

This free fishing tournament is tons of fun for kids 16 or younger. Prizes given for the largest fish according to age groups.

5 pm Live Music Begins 9 pm Fireworks Begin

A day in the park with friends and family! A hoppin' good time for the entire Parking and camping information will be family! Egg hunt begins promptly published in June. at 10 am. The soccer fields are divided into age groups and eggs are scattered across the fields. After the egg hunt, kids and families can enjoy flying kites, pictures with the Easter Bunny, vendor treats, inflatable games, and more.

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AQUATICS Swimming Lessons The Little Elm Recreation Center is proud to offer swim lessons! Our instructors are trained to make learning fun in a safe environment while providing a balanced program that teaches swimming skills and water safety to everyone from 3 years to 12 years. Swim lessons are offered at various levels, so you can choose the right level for your child. Parent/Child classes are for 8 months to 3 years. Parent/Child

Preschool 1

-Getting wet with -Enter and exit Toys and kicking water using ladder, steps, or side

Preschool 2

Preschool 3

-Enter water by stepping in

-Enter water by jumping in

-Enter and exit water using ladder, steps, or side

-Enter water by stepping or jumping from the side

-Enter water by jumping from the side

-Fully submerging and holding breath

-Bobbing

-Exit water using ladder, steps or side

-Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects -Front and back glides and back float

-Front, jellyfish and tuck floats

-Headfirst entry from the side in sitting and kneeling positions -Bobbing while moving towards safety

-Enter water by lifting in and walking in

-Submerging -Exit water using mouth, nose and ladder, steps or eyes side

-Out-of-water and in-water exploration

-Open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects

-Front and back -Bobbing floats and glides

-Exit water by lifting out and walking out

-Roll from front to back and back to front

-Recognizing the -Front Jellyfish lifeguards and tuck floats. Back float and glide -Tread water -Combined arm using arm and and leg actions leg actions on front and back

-Blowing bubbles on the surface

LTS 1

-Tread water using arm and hand actions

LTS 2

LTS 3

LTS 4 -Headfirst entry from the side in compact and stride positions -Feet first surface dive

-Swim under water

-Roll from front to back and back to front

-Rotary breathing

-Survival swimming

-Finning arm action on back

-Survival float

-Tread water using two different kicks

Registration Dates Each course listed is $70 for 8 days of instruction. There are discounts for HOAs partnering with the Town’s Aquatics program, and Little Elm residents. In person registration is at the Little Elm Recreation Center. April 1, 2019 – In Person Only for residents in participating HOAs ($20 per course discount for members of participating HOAs) April 15, 2019 – In Person Only for Little Elm residents ($10 per course discount for Little Elm residents) May 1, 2019 – Online registration opens to public 8


Course: Parent/Child Builds basic water safety skills for both parents and children, helping infants and young children ages 6 months to about 3 years become comfortable in the water so they are willing and ready to learn to swim. These basic skills include adjusting to the water environment, showing comfort while maintaining a front or back position in the water and demonstrating breath control, including blowing bubbles or voluntarily submerging under water. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:30am 6m-3 VOW $50/$60/$70 3455 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 6m-3 VOW $50/$60/$70 3456 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:25am 6m-3 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3457 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:30pm 6m-3 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3458 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:20am 6m-3 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3459 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:25pm 6m-3 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3460 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:20pm 6m-3 SR $50/$60/$70 3461 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:30am 6m-3 GC $50/$60/$70 3462 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 6m-3 GC $50/$60/$70 3463 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:30am 6m-3 VOW $50/$60/$70 3592 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:30pm 6m-3 VOW $50/$60/$70 3593 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 6m-3 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3594 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:20am 6m-3 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3595 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:20pm 6m-3 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3596 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:25am 6m-3 SR $50/$60/$70 3597 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:25pm 6m-3 SR $50/$60/$70 3598 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:30am 6m-3 GC $50/$60/$70 3599 Course: Preschool 1 Gives young children about ages 4 and 5 a positive introduction to water safety. Helps participants feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3469 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3470 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3471 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3472 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3473 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3474 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3475 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3476 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3477 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 GC $50/$60/$70 3478 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3600 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3601 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3602 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3603 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3604 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3605 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3606 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 GC $50/$60/$70 3607 9


Course: Preschool 2 Gives young children about ages 4 and 5 a positive introduction to water safety. Builds on the skills learned in Preschool Level 1 and gives participants success with fundamental skills, such as floating and basic locomotion. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 1 0:50-11:35am 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3479 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3480 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3481 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3482 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3483 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3484 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3485 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3486 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 GC $50/$60/$70 3487 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3608 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3609 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3610 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3611 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3612 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3613 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3614 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 GC $50/$60/$70 3615 Course: Preschool 3 Gives young children about ages 4 and 5 a positive introduction to water safety. Builds on the skills in Preschool 2 and improves participants’ coordination of simultaneous arm and leg actions and alternating arm and leg actions. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3488 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3489 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3490 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3491 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 4-5 VOW $50/$60/$70 3616 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3617 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 4-5 SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3618 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3619 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 4-5 SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3620 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3621 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5- 5:45pm 4-5 SR $50/$60/$70 3622 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 4-5 GC $50/$60/$70 3623 Course: Learn to Swim 1 The beginning of a 4 level progression based program that helps swimmers ages 6+ develop their water safety, survival and swimming skills. It is designed to give participants a positive learning experience. Helps participants feel comfortable in the water. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3492 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3493 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3494 10


June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3495 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3496 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3497 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3498 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3499 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3500 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3501 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3502 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3503 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3624 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3625 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3626 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3627 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3628 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3629 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:15pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3630 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3631 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3632 June 17-June 27 M-Thx2 5-5:45pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3633 Course: Learn to Swim 2 The beginning of a 4 level progression based program that helps swimmers ages 6+ develop their water safety, survival and swimming skills. It is designed to give participants a positive learning experience. Gives participants success with fundamental skills. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3504 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3504 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55pm-6:40pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3506 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3507 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3508 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3509 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3510 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3511 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3512 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3513 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3514 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3515 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3634 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3635 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3636 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3637 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3638 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3639 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3640 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3641 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3642 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3643

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Course: Learn to Swim 3 The beginning of a 4 level progression based program that helps swimmers ages 6+ develop their water safety, survival and swimming skills. It is designed to give participants a positive learning experience. Builds on the skills learned in Learn to Swim 2 through additional guided practice in deeper water. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3516 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3517 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3518 June 3-June 13 M-Th x2 11:45am-12:30pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3519 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3644 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ VOW $50/$60/$70 3645 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9:55-10:40am 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3646 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5:55-6:40pm 6+ SSP-B $50/$60/$70 3647 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 9-9:45am 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3648 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 5-5:45pm 6+ SSP-S $50/$60/$70 3649 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 10:50-11:35am 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3650 June 17-June 27 M-Th x2 6:50-7:35pm 6+ SR $50/$60/$70 3651 Course: Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons The Town of Little Elm offers private and semi-private swim lessons at the times listed below. We offer 1 on 1, 2 on 1, and 3 on 1 instruction. Groups larger than 3 will need to all sign up for the same class listed above or contact the Athletics and Aquatics Supervisor aadams@littleelm.org, for special pricing. Please be aware that our private instruction will only work on skills up to Learn to Swim 4 and nothing higher. The price for 1 on 1 instruction is $85 per week, while 2 on 1 instruction is $75 per person per week, and 3 on 1 instruction is $65 per person per week. All of these prices are regardless of residency. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3520 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3521 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3522 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3523 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3524 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3525 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3526 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3527 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3528 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3529 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3530 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3531 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3532 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3533 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3534 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3535 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3536 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3537 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3538 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3539 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3540 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3541 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3542 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3543 12


June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3544 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3545 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3546 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3547 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3548 June 3-June 6 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3549 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3550 June 3-June 6 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3551 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3552 June 3-June 6 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3553 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3554 June 3-June 6 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3555 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3556 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3557 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3558 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3559 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3560 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3561 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3562 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3563 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3564 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3565 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3566 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3567 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3568 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3569 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3570 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3571 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3572 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3573 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3574 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3575 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3576 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3577 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3578 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3579 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3580 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3581 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3582 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3583 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3584 June 10-June 13 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3585 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3586 June 10-June 13 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3587 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3588 June 10-June 13 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3589 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3590 June 10-June 13 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3591 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3652 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3653 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3654 13


June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3655 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3656 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3657 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3658 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3659 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3660 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3661 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3662 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3663 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3664 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3665 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3666 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3667 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3668 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3669 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3670 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3671 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3672 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3673 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3674 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3675 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3676 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3677 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3678 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3679 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3680 June 17-June 20 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3681 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3682 June 17-June 20 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SR $85/$75/$65 3683 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3684 June 17-June 20 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3685 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3686 June 17-June 20 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ GC $85/$75/$65 3687 June 24-June 27 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3688 June 24-June 27 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3689 June 24-June 27 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3690 June 24-June 27 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3691 June 24-June 27 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3692 June 24-June 27 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3693 June 24-June 27 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3694 June 24-June 27 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ VOW $85/$75/$65 3695 June 24-June 27 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3696 June 24-June 27 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3697 June 24-June 27 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3698 June 24-June 27 M-Th 12:45-1:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3699 June 24-June 27 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3700 June 24-June 27 M-Th 4-4:45pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3701 June 24-June 27 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3702 June 24-June 27 M-Th 7:45-8:30pm 6m+ SSP-B $85/$75/$65 3703 June 24-June 27 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3704 June 24-June 27 M-Th 8-8:45am 6m+ SSP-S $85/$75/$65 3705 14


June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27

M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

12:45-1:30pm 12:45-1:30pm 4-4:45pm 4-4:45pm

6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+

SSP-S SSP-S SSP-S SSP-S

$85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65

3706 3707 3708 3709

June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27 June 24-June 27

M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

7:45-8:30pm 8-8:45am 8-8:45am 12:45-1:30pm 12:45-1:30pm 4-4:45pm 4-4:45pm 7:45-8:30pm 7:45-8:30pm 8-8:45am 8-8:45am 12:45-1:30pm 12:45-1:30pm

6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+ 6m+

SSP-S SR SR SR SR SR SR SR SR GC GC GC GC

$85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65 $85/$75/$65

3711 3712 3713 3714 3715 3716 3717 3718 3719 3720 3721 3722 3723

June 24-June 27

M-Th

7:45-8:30pm

6m+

SSP-S

$85/$75/$65 3710

Please note that each swim class (except private and semi-private swim lessons) has a maximum of 6 participants per class and a minimum of 3 participants per class. Classes with fewer than 3 enrollees the Friday before class is scheduled to start will be moved or combined with other classes in order to meet the minimum enrollment. Classes may be moved at the Town’s discretion if only 2 or fewer classes have enough enrollments to make. The Town of Little Elm will only offer swim lessons up to Learn to Swim 4. For general inquiries about the Town of Little Elm’s Aquatics program, please email aadams@littleelm. org. We try our best to ensure every child learns to swim and about water safety. Each child learns at his/her own pace and it cannot be guaranteed that all students will pass the level class they are currently enrolled. They will be taught valuable safety skills and introduced to both simple and complex swimming skills. 15


LITTLE ELM PUBLIC LIBRARY Library Card

Friends of the Library

Contact the Library

Check out books and use the Library’s resources with a free card. Texas residents are eligible for a card with photo id and proof of address. Visit the library to register for a card today!

The Little Elm Friends of the Library is a group of people who are committed to sustaining and improving the Library. Meetings are open to the public at the Little Elm Public Library, and are on the third Wednesday of the month at 7pm.

100 W. Eldorado Parkway 214-975-0430 library@littleelm.org Monday-Thursday 10 am-8 pm Friday, 10 am-5 pm Saturday & Sunday 10 am-3 pm

Check Outs and Resources

With a library card you have access to all of the awesome resources that we have to offer. We're a library of things!

Drop-In Activities

All of our activities are offered for free. STORY TIMES Toddler Story Time Preschool Story Time Pajama Story Time Rhythm & Rhyme Story Time

W, 10:15am, 0-3 years W, 11am, 3-6 years Th, 6pm, 0-6 years Su, 2pm, 0-6 years

HAVE FUN Family Crafts Lego Club Circuitry Club Family Movie Matinee

M, 4pm, 3+ years Th, 4:30pm, all ages Th, 4:30pm, all ages Third Sa, noon, all ages

BOOK CLUBS Senior Book Club

First Tu, 1pm, At Senior Center

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Mobile Hotspots Internet access 24/7! The library has mobile hotspots that can be checked out for three weeks each. Microscopes See things close up and take your science knowledge to a whole new level! Microscopes can be checked out for three weeks each. VOX™ Books The world's first audio books that live in print! These books combine outstanding picture books with audio recordings to make early literacy development fun! Telescopes What's going on out there? See what else is in the sky with a telescope you can check out! Lakefront Discovery STEM Backpacks Get out, discover, and learn! Check out a backpack and go on an adventure in the parks. Learn about nature, bugs and butterflies, and the beach. Seed Library Have a green thumb? Patrons can check out up to eight packets of non-GMO heirloom seeds for six months. After harvest, simply return seeds to the seed library for the next patron to enjoy!


MakerSpace Create to your heart's content!

Spring Break March 11 | 10am-pm March 12 | 11am-1pm March 13 | 1-3pm March 13 | 3-5pm March 14 | 11am-4pm March 14 | 2-7pm March 15 | Noon

DIY Crafts Robot Petting Zoo/Makers Lab Rube Goldberg, Grades 1-5 Rube Goldberg, Grades 6-12 All day Legos Teen Smash Bros Tourny Family Movie

3D Printers Laser Cutters and Engravers CNC Mill and More! To learn more about using the MakerSpace contact the library at 214-975-0430, or email library@littleelm.org.

All activities are free. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by a guardian. The Library and Town Hall are closed for the holidays on Dec. 24-25 and Jan. 1.

Teen Talk

Teen Advisory Board Meetings - Second Sunday of each month, 12:30 pm-1:30 pm. Teen Center Movie - Second Saturday of each month at noon. Teen Center Book Club -Second Tuesday of each month 6-7 pm.

Save the Date: Summer Reading Program Sign Up Begins Tuesday, May 28!

Board and video games available Visit www.littleelmlibrary.org for more activities and events!

LibCon + Free Comic Book Day Little Elm Public Library’s First Library Con and Free Comic Book Day! May 4, 2019 – 10 am to 3 pm.

Visit the library for free comic books, door prizes, and raffle drawing. Celebrate May the Fourth with a special Star Wars movie marathon-cosplayers welcome! Cosplay Workshop 11:00am-noon to learn how to 3D print cosplay accessories with the Library’s Makerspace equipment Graphic Novel Workshop and Book Signing with author and screenwriter Michael Anthony Steele from 1-2 pm. Visit www.michaelanthonysteele.com to learn more about him!

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RECREATION

Contact Us

303 Main St. 972-731-3277 lerc@littleelm.org

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday 5 am-10 pm Friday, 5 am-9 pm Saturday 7 am-5 pm Sunday noon-6 pm

A membership or daypass is required for the Recreation Center, which includes the fitness area, group fitness, fitness studios, and gymnasium. The fitness area is for ages 15 and older. Children ages 12-14 must have a parent actively supervising. Kids 8 and under must be accompained by a parent at all times, or in KidZone. 18

Membership Passes Little Elm Resident Youth, ages 8-17 Adult, ages 18-49 Senior, ages 50+ Family*

Monthly $15 $20 $15 $45

Annual $135 $170 $135 $420

Non-Resident Youth, ages 8-17 Adult, ages 18-49 Senior, ages 50+ Family*

Monthly $25 $30 $25 $70

Annual $230 $255 $230 $650

Day Pass Youth, ages 8-17 Adult, ages 18-49 Senior, ages 50+

Resident $3 $5 $3

Non-Resident $5 $7 $5

*Family memberships allow for six immediate family members living in the same household. Dependents may remain on the family pass until age 23.

Fees may change in Spring 2019 Please check the website, www.littleelmfun.org, for updated information.


CENTER

Who is a Little Elm Resident?

Resident status for a discounted membership at the Little Elm Recreation Center is determined by Town of Little Elm property tax status.

FITNESS AREA

The fitness area is an expansive 7,000 square feet, which includes over 40 cardio machines, 11 selectorized weight machines, two Smith machines, a functional training room, and more!

Proof of residency for all members must be shown at the time of registration, before receiving a membership card or day pass. A current Little Elm water bill is used to show proof of residency.

FITNESS AREA ORIENTATION Every member gets a free gym orientation with a personal trainer. See the front desk to schedule your orientation.

Often, non-residents will have a Little Elm address even though they do not pay Little Elm taxes. You may check your tax status on www.dentoncad.com.

PERSONAL TRAINING

How Do I Join? Visit Us In Person!

Trainers use cutting-edge training techniques, guide, and motivate each person to their personal goals. Inquire with trainer about pair pricing and other options. Prices may vary based on trainer. 30-minute sessions start at $40 per session, and 60-minute sessions start at $60 per session. Contact each trainer for specific pricing and package details. Membership not required.

KidZone

Ages 6 months-8 years Child watch while you work out or participate in a class! Kids can enjoy supervised play time in a safe place.

Hours of Operation Monday-Friday 8:30 am-12:30 pm Monday-Thursday 4:30-8:30 pm

General Rules for KidZone • The child must be a member,

or have a KidZone day pass, which is $2.

• The guardian must remain in the building at all times. • The child must not be sick. • The stay may not be longer than two hours per day. • Check the website, www.littleelmfun.org, for more information. All fees are for residents; nonresidents add $5.

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GROUP FITNESS Yoga M 10:30am l Tu 5pm l W 7:30pm l Th 4:35pm l F 9am | Sa 9am

Increases overall body awareness, flexibility, balance, and strength through various Yoga styles and postures.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga M 6:30pm

Relax with this flowing, dynamic sequence of poses in one of the most popular styles of yoga. Vinyasa involves synchronizing the breath with a continuous flow.

Barre Th 9am

Stretch, tone, and tighten with isometric movements inspired by ballet.

PIYO® Tu 7:05pm l W 9am

Pilates + Yoga + nonstop movement! PiYo® combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility of yoga.

Zumba® M 9am, 7:05pm l W 10 am, 6:30pm

l F 10:05am

Have fun burning calories with a heart pumping, hipshaking, Latin cardio dance workout! Learn salsa, calypso, samba, and more - all in one class.

Abs & Core Tu 5:30pm

This quick 30 minute workout tones and sculpts abdomen, back, and hip muscles to improve balance, stability, and increase your overall fitness level.

Bootcamp W 5:30am l F 5:30am

Wake up and start your day off with a blast of energy and strength training!

HIIT Fit M 6pm

High Intensity Interval Training! Keeping you at a moderate to high cardio level with bursts of anaerobic intensity will kick your metabolism into high gear.

INSANITY Th 7pm

Designed by celebrity trainer Shaun T, every level of fitness will benefit from sport-specific drills, body weight, and plyo-metrics.

Tabata W 9am

Through a variety of simple, yet intense timed exercises, each class will blast the calories and provide noticeable results in a short amount of time.

Fit & Fabulous Sa 10am

A mix of strength training, cardio, toning, and core strength to keep you in shape, healthy, and active. Customized class for all fitness levels!

Cycle W 6:30pm l Th 6pm

Limited to nine stationary bikes; this class is a cardio favorite!

Turbo Kick Tu 9am

With fierce combos and fat-scorching strength and cardio moves, this Beachbody class is a calorie burning favorite!

Lunchtime Fit Tu Noon

Sneak a quick workout into your workday!

Step, Strength, & Slide Sa 9am

Ready to get on that “step"? Try this step class mixed with strength training!

Strength & Cardio Circuit Tu 6pm

A combination circuit/bootcamp, this is a great way to add cardio to strength.

Pure Strength & Conditioning M 9am l Th 6pm

l F 9am

Build muscle and burn fat. No cardio allowed! By using bar and hand weights along with effective lifting techniques develop long, lean muscles.

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Stay up-to-date with class offerings and information! Get the monthly Group-X schedule here: https://bit.ly/2BwZcft!


PRIVATE GROUP Training

TRX with Kelli Increase your flexibility, strength, endurance, power, and core with TRX! Class is capped at 8. Date Days Time Ages Location Price Course Code March 5-28 T TH 5:15am-5:45am 18+ Rec $85 3746 April 2-25 T TH 5:15am-5:45am 18+ Rec $85 3747 May 7-30 T TH 5:15am-5:45am 18+ Rec $85 3748 Date March 4-28 April 1-25 May 6-30

Days M TH M TH M TH

Time 6-7pm 6-7pm 6-7pm

Ages 18+ 18+ 18+

Location Rec Rec Rec

Price $140 $140 $140

Course Code 3749 3750 3751

Stroller Strides

Each 60-minute, total body workout incorporates power walking/jogging, strength, toning, and fun for kids. The classes are set up for all different fitness levels and are taught by certified instructors. The first class is free and the 3 days per week is $60 per month. There is a one time registration fee of $75 (or $50 if you join at your first class) that includes your member bag, band, and T-shirt! *Not included in half off special. Register online! https://mckinney.ďŹ t4mom.com T/Th/F LE Park 9:30-10:30am

Strength Training and Cardio Building Class designed to help build muscle, strength, proper form, increase endurance, sculpt, tone, & shed inches. All levels of fitness welcome. Small group private training. Date March 4-27 April 1-24 May 6-29

Days MW MW MW

Time 9-10am 9-10pm 9-10pm

Ages 18+ 18+ 18+

Location Rec Rec Rec

Price Course Code $140 3752 $140 3753 $140 3754

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RECREATION PROGRAMS Exploring Dance by 3-D Dance, ages 3+

Explore different types of dance with Leaps and Beats! Learn ballet and jazz in Leaps and Beats. Enjoy ballet, jazz, and hip hop in Style Fusion. Little Yogis will develop strength, balance, flexibility, concentration, and focus. Classes meet weekly, and students may join at the beginning of any month. Sessions are monthly with a recital at the end of each session. Register at www.3-ddance.com/lerc. Lil Yogis, ages 3-6 F noon-12:45pm $56 Leaps and Beats, ages 3-6 W 6-6:45pm $56 F 10:30-11:15am $56 F 11:15am-noon $56 Style Fusion, ages 7-12 W 6:45-7:45pm

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$56

Soccer Shots

Soccer Shots is an engaging children's soccer program. Our team positively impacts children's lives through coaching, curriculum and communication. To register visit www. dfwnorth.ssreg.org. Ages 2.5-3 March 27-May 29 W 4-4:25pm $115 Ages 4-6 March 27-May 29

W

4:30-5:10pm $125

Red Tiger Karate, ages 5+

Red Tiger offers a complete white through black belt program. The junior program develops self-esteem and bully defense. Teen and adult classes focus on street self-defense and fitness. Sessions are nine weeks. Register online at www. redtigerkarate.com. Ages 5-12 April 4-May 30 6:30-7:30pm $60 Teens & Adults April 4-May 30 7:30-8:30pm

$60

Texas Licensed to Carry Training, ages 21+ Kidz Love Soccer, ages 2-10

Footwork, team work, and more are learned. Shinguards required for ages 3.5 and older. Register by the Wednesday before each session online at www.kidzlovesoccer.com. Ages 2-3.5 April 4-May 9 Th 3:15-3:45pm $56 Ages 3.5-5 April 4-May 9

Th 3:55-4:30pm $56

Ages 5-6 April 4-May 9

Th 4:30-5:15pm $56

Ages 7-10 April 4-May 9

Th 5:15-6pm

$56

This course will cover all the state required topics, basic firearm safety, safe handling and storage, non-violent dispute resolution, use of force laws, civil liability, Texas concealed handgun laws, shooting grip and more. A shooting range test can be scheduled through the instructor and does have an extra fee. There is a $10 discount for veterans and active military. Rental handguns are available for $10. April 13 Sa 9am-2pm $65 3724 May 11 Sa 9am-2pm $65 3725 June 8 Sa 9am-2pm $65 3726


Twist3d Cuisine Kids Cooking, ages 6-13

Kids get hands-on experience preparing, cooking, and learning with food. The class focuses on the history and the science behind how some of the foods are prepared, processed, and cooked. For more information email Andy Adams, aadams@littleelm.org. April 13 May 11 June 15

10am-noon $25 10am-noon $25 10am-noon $25

3727 3728 3729

Artful Explorations Fine Art Camp

6-13 yrs Your young artist will create eight paintings in this unique four day at camp – 2 watercolor paintings, 2 oil and 2 acrylic paintings on canvases, one oil pastel and one charcoal drawing. (NOT CRAFTS!) All art supplies are included! Students learn different techniques of the different mediums, color theory, perspective, brush loading and more! Several different subjects are taught: oceans, fish, flowers, birds, landscapes, waterfalls, etc. You’ll want to frame and hang their masterpieces! Please dress for a mess, and bring some paper towels and a snack each day. Minimum 6 participants, Maximum of 24 participants. June 17-20 M-Th 9:30am-12:15pm $139 3730

Looking for a Summer Job? Are you looking for a way to earn an extra buck this summer? The Town of Little Elm Parks and Recreation Department is looking for great seasonal employees in the following positions: Lifeguard – Oversees the pool area during swimming lessons, and the Town will pay for your certification once you are hired (applicants must still pass the Lifeguard Certification to become a Lifeguard). Water Safety Instructor – Teaches basic water safety swimming lessons, and the Town will pay for your WSI certification. Beach Ambassador Crew Leader – Oversees other Beach ambassadors to help offer the best beach experience in North Texas at Little Elm Park. Beach Ambassador – Works to provide outstanding customer service at Little Elm Beach at Little Elm Park. To find out more information about each of these jobs, and to apply please visit https://littleelm.applicantstack.com/x/openings. Each of these jobs are essential in helping the Town achieve its four core values of Integrity, Customer Service, Efficiency, and Innovation. We’d love to work with you to help make Little Elm a great place to work, live, and play.

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ADULT SPORTS

Social Sports, 21+

Perfect for individuals, small groups, or teams that want a FUN sports league that also meets up for something to eat and drink afterwards. This is the league for everyone! Registration includes a league shirt, which doubles as a team jersey and a coupon when you wear it after the game to the local bar/restaurant. Every person must register individually for the league. If you have a team or group of friends, simply list their name during registration and we'll be sure to put you together. If you are registering alone, no problem, we can place you on a team. Each league is seven weeks (six weeks of regular games and one week playoffs). The champions will be bestowed with winner t-shirts and their name on the coveted Little Elm Cup. The Cup will be brought out to each championship night for winning teams to take pictures with, and will reside at the Recreation Center. Contact Andy Adams, aadams@littleelm. org for more information! 24

Social Sports Winter and Spring Leagues Pickup Basketball begins May 13 Register April 1-29; late April 30-May 5, add $10 M REC $30 person 3731 Indoor Volleyball begins week of May 14 Register April 1-30; late May 1-6, add $10 Tu 4v4 REC $30 person 3732

Sand Volleyball begins week of May 6 Register April 1-22; late April 23-28, add $10 M 4v4 LEP $30 person 3736 Register April 1-24; late April 25-30, add $10 W 6v6 LEP $30 person 3737

Register April 1-May 2; late May 3-8, add $10 Th 6v6 REC $30 person 3733

Flag Football begins June 4 Register May 1-21; late May 22-27, add $10 Tu LEP $30 person 3738

Pickleball begins May 15 Register April 1-May 1; late May 2-7, add $10 W LEP $30 person 3734

8v8 Soccer begins June 5 Register May 1-22; late May 23-28, add $10 W LEP $30 person 3739

Cornhole begins May 16 Register April 1-May 2; late May 3-8, add $10 Th LEP $30 person 3735

Kickball begins June 6 Register May 1-23; late May 24-29, add $10 Th LEP $30 person 3740


VISIT WWW.LITTLEELMATHLETICS.COM FOR FULL SCHEDULES, ROSTERS, & MORE!

LEAGUES

Athletic Field Rentals USSSA Softball League

Softball leagues are played under USSSA guidelines and are offered at numerous skill levels. Leagues play regular season games, two games per night (aside from Friday Night Coed E), with one night of playoffs per league. Mens E: Rec; One Home Run; Double Header Friday Night Coed E: Rec; One Home Run; Single Header Mens/Coed D: Comp; Four Home Runs, Double Header Max 16 players/team. Ages 16-17 may play with guardian consent. A maximum of 16 players allowed per roster. There will be a season kick-off party on April 26 for all leagues at a local restaurant. 2019 Session 2 begins week of April 28 Register April 1-19 Coed D Sun LEP $350/team 3741 Mens E M LEP $350/team 3742 Mens D Tu LEP $350/team 3743 Mens E W LEP $350/team 3744 Coed Friday Night League Begins May 31 Register May 1-24 Coed E F LEP $350/team 3745

Pickleball

Pickeball is an open play sport. Registration is not required; a Recreation Center membership or an annual pickleball pass is required. An annual pass is $20 for residents or $40 for nonresidents. M/W/F 9am-1pm REC Su noon-2pm REC

Did You Know?

Pickleball was invented in 1965 on Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Sea�le, Washington. Three dads – Joel Pritchard, Bill Bell, and Barney McCallum — whose kids were bored with their usual summer�me ac�vi�es — are credited for crea�ng game. Pritchard's cocker spaniel, Pickles, would run off with the ball!

For reservations and information on tournament pricing, email Andy at aadams@littleelm.org. Little Elm Park Softball Fields Two softball fields. $30/hour (Resident fee; no lights) $35/hour (Non-resident; no lights) $20/hour (add lights) Little Elm Park Soccer Fields Fields dimensions vary by age groups. $30/hour (Resident fee; no lights) $35/hour (Non-resident; no lights) $20/hour (add lights) Cottonwood Sports Complex Three baseball, one softball. $30/hour (Resident fee; no lights) $35/hour (Non-resident; no lights) $20/hour (add lights) Little Elm Park Sand Volleyball Courts Ten at the beach, two by the playground. $15/hour (Resident; free lights) $25/hour (Non-resident; free lights)

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RENTAL INFO For all rental reservations call 972-731-3296. Fees may change in Spring 2019. Please check the website, https://bit.ly/2V1jCF5, for updated information.

PARK PAVILIONS

The pavilions may not be rented during major Town events and holidays. Outside grills are not allowed. • $20/hr for residents; $30/hr for non-residents • $100 deposit (may be refunded) • Two hour minimum • $150 for all day rental for residents • $200 for all day non-residents • Set-up and clean up is included in rental time

LITTLE ELM PLAYGROUND PAVILION 701 W. ELDORADO PARKWAY

The park pavilion is near the playground. There are 12 picnic tables, a bandstand, and a grill.

LITTLE ELM BEACH PAVILION 701 W. ELDORADO PARKWAY

The beach pavilion overlooks the volleyball courts at the beach. There are six picnic tables.

BEARD PARK PAVILION 310 E. ELDORADO PARKWAY

The pavilion is slightly behind the playground equipment. There are four tables.

SPLASH PAD PAVILION 1001 WITT RD.

The pavilion is next to the play area. There are two tables.

INTERESTED IN ATHLETIC FIELD RENTALS? PG. 25

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BRENDA BUTTON MILLS SENIOR CENTER

Come Visit Us!

301 Main St | 972-731-1464 Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm Saturday, 10 am-2 pm

Members 50+ ITALY INFORMATION MEETING | APRIL 16 | 11:30am RSVP at the front desk; trip is March 7-15, 2020 LADIES' TEA | MAY 9| 11:30am AARP COURSE|MAY 10 | 12:30-4:30pm This may provide a discount on your insurance. Registration is required. NASHVILLE TRIP | SEPT. 30-OCT. 5 The pre-trip meeting is Sept. 18 at 1 pm. This trip is full, however you can add yourself to the waitlist.

Drop-In Weekly Activities

All of our activities are offered to members for free. If a location is not mentioned, the activity is at the Senior Center.

GET ACTIVE Walk and Talk Yoga Tai Chi I Tai Chi II Chair Exercise Walk Slim Video Strength, Core, & Balance Chair Volleyball Line Dance Zumba Yoga HAVE FUN Bridge Mah Jongg Quilting Art Class Crochet & Knitting Scrapbooking Game Day Chicken Foot Bingo 42

M-F | 7:30am | REC M | 9-10am M/W | 11:30am-12:15pm M/W | 3-3:45pm M/W/F | 10:30-11:15am M/W/F | 4pm T/Th | 9-10am, REC Tu/Th | 10:15am, REC W/F | 8:30-10am W | 10am Th | 3-4pm M | 9am-noon M | 11:30am M | 1pm Tu | 1pm W | 10am W | 1pm Th | 9:30am-2:30pm Th | 12:30pm F | 1-3:30pm F | 1pm

Membership is free and allows participants to enjoy any of our weekly and monthly activities. Most activities are free, however some trips may require a fee. Please fill out the form at the front desk to finalize your membership. The newsletter is handed out at the senior monthly luncheon during sign-in. Extra newsletters may be available at the front desk and can also be found online at https://bit.ly/2GCTwUJ.

Drop-In Monthly Activities

All of our activities are offered to members for free. Birthday Social, second Monday at 1pm Book Club, first Tuesday at 1pm Movie Day, first and third Tuesday at 2pm Monthly Luncheon, fourth Tuesday The main meal is provided, and members may bring a side dish or dessert to share. Meal served at noon, arrive as early as 11am. Vitamin B12 Shots, third Wednesday 10am ProSalutem provides onsite shots for $20. Genealogy, third Wednesday at noon & 1pm Bingo, second Saturday at 10:30am Cards are $1 each and are on sale the first 30 minutes. Sunshine Huggie Quilts, first and third Thursday at 10am No quilting experience needed! Bunco, second Thursday at 11:30am Chemo Care Bags, fourth Thursday at 1pm Assemble bags to be distributed to those going through chemotherapy. 27


ANIMAL SHELTER $75 Adoption Fee Per Animal

1605 Mark Tree Lane 972-377-1898 Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm Closed for lunch noon-1pm Saturday, 10am-1 pm

Adoption Information All stray animals are held for five days before being placed for adoption, no exceptions.

Once an animal is ready for adoption we do not hold or reserve for any reason. We adopt and release to rescue on a first come, first served basis. All adoptions include: • Rabies/vaccines • Neuter/spay • Microchip

Low Cost Vaccine Clinics at Little Elm Animal Shelter May 4, Sept. 28, and Dec. 7 10 am-noon To see a full list of vaccinations and services that will be provided, please visit www.LittleElmAnimals.org. No appointment necessary, but please be patient in the line. TCAP is a low cost program that provides care for animals. TCAP works to make high quality, preventable care achievable for all pet owners.

Something for everyone - all year long! Learn more about the Lakefront, its amenties, events and offerings by visiting www.lakefrontlittleelm.com!

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