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ACTIVE Fall 2019 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

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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.

LittleElmRec.org LittleElmLibrary.org LittleElmAnimals.org

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

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

Resident/Non-resident A resident pays Town of Little Elm taxes. To confirm your status, visit www.dentoncad.com. The taxes help fund the Recreation 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.

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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Explore Our Parks & Trails

SPECIAL EVENTS

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Autumn Fest, Kid Fish, & Christmas

WHO WE ARE

RESERVATIONS

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Pavilions & More

Information & Programs

RECREATION CENTER

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Information, Membership

PROGRAMS 12

ADULT FITNESS

13-14 Group X and Private Group Training

Recreation Staff Little Elm Recreation Center | 972-731-3277 Jason Peebles, Recreation Manager Andy Adams, Athletics/Aquatics Supervisor Annette Carrico, Senior Center Supervisor Kylie Menocal, Fitness & Wellness Supervisor Schuyler Watson, Recreation Coordinator 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 Stephanie Lewis, 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 Laurie McKee, Reference/Tech Services Robert Dowdy, Circulation Supervisor Kelley Anderson, Technical Specialist Sarah Seraga, Youth Services Librarian

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Basketball, Cornhole, Softball

ANIMAL SHELTER

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Adopt a Fur-Ever Friend Today!

AQUATIC PARK

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Karate, Dance, LTC

Administration Chad Hyde, Parks & Recreation Director Missy Meador, Administrative Assistant Erin Mudie, Communications Coordinator Krystal Gonzalez, Creative Marketing & Social Media Specialist Meagan Martinez, Lakefront Marketing & Programming Specialist

Information & Programs

ADULT SPORTS

LIBRARY

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SENIOR CENTER

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Coming Early 2021!

LAKEFRONT

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Fun All Year Long

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

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LITTLE ELM PARKS & TRAILS Little Elm is proud to boast 66-miles of shoreline and an intricate trail system that continues to expand. We maintain our parks and trails with pride, and we hope that everyone is able to visit Little Elm, be active, and see why we’re the Town With A Lake Attitude! We are also a Leave No Trace community. Before you hit one of our parks, trails, or beach, read these tips: Know before you go. Learn about the trail you're visiting, what to expect and what you will see, and dress appropriately for your trip. Choose the right path. Stay on the main trail and avoid stepping on small trees and wildflowers. Trash your trash. Be sure to take any food and trash with you when you leave to minimize impact on wildlife and to keep the area beautiful for all users. Leave what you find behind. Leave plants, rocks, and other items as you find them so others can enjoy them, too! Please treat living plants with respect; do not peel, pick, or cut them. Respect wildlife. It is not uncommon to see wildlife in our parks and on our trails. Observe animals from a distance; do not approach, feed, or follow them. Keep your pets on a leash and clean up after them, too.

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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.

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. More 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 sandy beach 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 electricity 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 season. Softball fields 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! Reservation information is on page 7.

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 can 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 can 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 reserve something? Park Pavilions see page 7. Sports Fields see page 17. 5


SPECIAL EVENTS Autumn Fest

September 12-15 Little Elm Park 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 -First Responder/ Military Event & Concert 6:30-830 pm Noon-11 pm – Carnival Sunday, Sept. 15 1-7 pm – Carnival Armband Day

Pumpkin Hollow

October 17-19 Little Elm Park @ Johnny Broyles Trail 701 W. Eldorado Parkway @ the corner of Lobo and Bridgeview Thursday, Oct. 17 from 6-9 pm Friday, Oct. 18 from 6-10 pm Saturday, Oct. 19 from 6-10 pm Come out and celebrate fall with us at our annual Pumpkin Hollow Halloween celebration. This year's event will feature a traditional carnival with games and booths, take guests on a hayride filled with creepy surprises, and display hundreds of carved pumpkins along the Johnny Broyles Nature Trail in Little Elm Park. Event also features a haunted trail for $10 per person.

Stay up-to-date on Special Events by visiting www. littleelmspecialevents.com! Kid Fish Tournament September 21, 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.

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Beard Park Christmas

December 10 Beard Park Tuesday, December 10 310 E. Eldorado Parkway 6-8 pm This event is free for all ages but geared towards families and young children that enjoy Beard Park! Come out and enjoy a walk-through Christmas light show, snowball fights, Santa and Mrs. Claus, and yummy desserts.

Christmas at the Beach

December 7-8 December 14-15 Little Elm Park What a great way to start the holidays! The Little Elm beach offers the perfect setting for a spectacular Christmas celebration and Santa Land. The Town Tree Lighting and Christmas parade will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 6-10 pm. Christmas movie-themed 5K on Dec. 15. Santa Land will be on display from Dec 1-31.


RESERVATION INFO The Town of Little Elm offers reservations at all of the locations listed below. Reservations can be made in person at the Parks and Recreation Administrative Office (located inside the Recreation Center, 303 Main St, Little Elm, TX 75068) during normal office hours, Monday-Thursday 7:30 am - 5:30 pm and Friday 7:30 am – 11:30 am, or online at www.littleelmfun.com.

Reservation Fees

All reservation fees and deposits are due at the time the reservation is made. Discounts are only available in person, and not online. Damage Deposit: $100 (All reservations require a $100 refundable damage deposit) Amphitheater: $75 per hour-4 hour minimum ($25 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents) Community Center: $50 per hour-4 hour minimum ($25 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents) Pavilions: $30 per hour-2 hour minimum ($10 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents) Craft Room: $40 per hour ($20 per hour discount for members of Little Elm Recreation Center) Multi-Purpose Room: $60 per hour ($20 per hour discount for members of Little Elm Recreation Center *Reservations may require a special event application and special event application fee.*

Facilities Available:

Little Elm Community Center 107 Hardwicke Ln. | The community center is a large, 55’x30’ room with a kitchen and bathrooms attached. The facility may only be booked once per day, and holds reservations of 100 people or less. Little Elm Park Playground Pavilion 701 W Eldorado Pkwy. |The playground pavilion is the larger of the two pavilions at Little Elm Park and is located next to the playground. There are 12 picnic tables located under the pavilion, and a grill attached. Please note that all Little Elm Park reservations are subject to the same parking fees as the general public. Little Elm Park Beach Pavilion 701 W Eldorado Pkwy. | The beach pavilion overlooks the beach and sand volleyball courts at Little Elm Park. There are six tables at the beach pavilion. Please note that all Little Elm Park reservations are subject to the same parking fees as the general public. Little Elm Park Amphitheater 701 W Eldorado Pkwy. | The amphitheater is located between the lake and playground pavilion at Little Elm Park. It is a large outdoor covered stage with built-in steps for seating. The amphitheater may not be reserved at the same time as the playground pavilion. Please note that all Little Elm Park reservations are subject to the same parking fees as the general public. Beard Park Pavilion 310 E Eldorado Pkwy. | The Beard Park pavilion is located slightly behind the playground equipment. There are four picnic tables located underneath the pavilion. McCord Park Splash Pad Pavilion 1001 Witt Rd. | The splash pad pavilion is located next to the play area. There are two picnic tables located underneath the pavilion. Little Elm Recreation Center Multi-Purpose Room w/Kitchen 303 Main St. | The multi-purpose room is a large, 28’x42’ tiled room with an attached kitchen, upstairs at the Little Elm Recreation Center. The max occupancy for the room is 86 people, and there is a screen and projector available. Little Elm Recreation Center Craft Room 303 Main St. | The craft room is a 30’x30’ wood floored room with a sink upstairs at the Little Elm Recreation Center. The max occupancy for the room is 46 people, and there is a screen and projector available. 7


LITTLE ELM PUBLIC LIBRARY Library Card

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!

Contact the Library

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

Friends of the Library

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.

Visit our website at www.littleelmlibrary. com for more information and tons of digital resources!

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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! 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 nonGMO 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 with 3D printers, laser cutters, engravers, a CNC mill, and more. To learn more about using the MakerSpace contact the library at 214-975-0430, or email library@littleelm.org.


Programs

Rhythm & Rhyme Family Story Time|Fun story time with movement and song. First and third Sundays at 2pm for ages birth-6 years. Sensory Playdate & Family Story Time|Drop-in, hands on fun to spark creativity, and develop motor and social skills. Fourth Sunday of each month for ages 3-6 years. Pajama Family Story Time| Fun story time with movement and song on Thursdays at 6pm for ages birth-6 years. Family Crafts| Fun, creative craft-time for the entire family on Mondays from 4-5pm for ages 3 and up. Toddler Story Time|Interactive story time for babies and toddlers on Wednesdays at 10:15am for ages birth to 3 years. Pre-School Story Time| Fun, interactive story time to build literacy skills on Wednesdays at 11 am for children age 3-6. Lego Builers Club|Future engineers, come build what you like and make new friends on Thursdays at 4:30pm for children of all ages. Girls Who Code-Grades 3-5 & 6-12|Beginning in September, join us for Girls Who Code, from 5:30-6:30pm. This free program is not limited to girls, but space is limited, and preregistration is required. Please visit www.littleelmlibrary.org to sign up. Stargazing with NASA Space Ambassador Les Murray| Join us for some late night fun at the Library with NASA Space Ambassador Les Murray. Enjoy space related crafts, stories, and activities, then meet us outside for fun stargazing activities on Thursday, Sept. 5 from 4:30-10pm. Zombie Apocalypse Escape Room & Movie| Join us for some late night fun at the library for our Zombie Apocalypse Escape Room Challenge and viewings of iZombie on Thursday, Oct. 17 from 8-10pm. Event for ages 13-18. Wii Gaming Club| Teens, come show your skills and make new friends each week on Thursdays at 4:30pm. Middle School Book Club|The Middle School Book Club (Grades 6-8) meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm on Aug. 6, Sept. 3, Oct. 1, and Dec. 3. High School Book Club|The High School Book Club (Grades 8-12) meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm on Aug. 13, Sept. 10, Oct. 8, and Dec. 10. Thanksgiving Break at Little Elm Public Library| Drop in to the Library during Thanksgiving Break for fun family programs and events, including holiday-themed story times, crafts, and gaming. Town holiday closure: Thursday, Nov. 28 to Friday, November 29. Winter Break at Little Elm Public Library|Drop in to the Library during Thanksgiving Break for fun family programs and events, including holiday-themed story times, crafts, and gaming. Town holiday closure: Wednesday, Dec. 25 and Wednesday, Jan. 1. Adult Basic Computer Classes|Whether you’re a complete beginner or want to brush up on your existing computer skills, the Library has you covered. Drop in for our Fall/Winter computer classes on Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Nov. 19, and Dec. 17. Bullet Journaling| Join us the fourth Saturday of each month from noon to 2pm to get creative and organized in our monthly bullet journaling class on Sept. 24, Oct. 26, Nov. 23, and Dec. 28.

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LITTLE ELM RECREATION CENTER 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 day pass is required for the Recreation Center, which includes the fitness area, group fitness class, and gymnasium.

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. Proof of residency for all members must be shown at the time of registration, before receiving a membership card or day pass. 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.

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!

The fitness area is open to ages 15 and older. Children ages 1214 must have a parent actively supervising. FITNESS AREA ORIENTATION Every member gets a free gym orientation with a personal trainer. See the front desk to schedule your orientation.

PERSONAL TRAINING

Trainers use cutting-edge training techniques, guide, and motivate each person to reach their personal goals. Prices may vary based on trainer. 30-minute sessions start at $35 per session, and 60-minute sessions start at $60 per session. Contact each trainer for specific pricing and package details. Membership not required.

Visit the Rec Center online at: www.littleelmrec.com

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All fees are for residents; nonresidents add $5.


KidZone

Ages 6 months-8 years Drop off your child and go work out or participate in a class! Kids can enjoy supervised play time in a fun and safe environment.

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.

Membership Passes Little Elm Resident Monthly Annual Youth, ages 8-17 $15 $135 Adult, ages 18-49 $20 $170 Senior, ages 50+ $15 $135 Family* $45 $420 Non-Resident Monthly Annual Youth, ages 8-17 $25 $230 Adult, ages 18-49 $30 $255 Senior, ages 50+ $25 $230 Family* $70 $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.

• The child must not be sick. • The stay may not be longer than two hours per day. • Check the website, www.littleelmrec.org, for more information.

Looking for Group X classes? Visit www.

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RECREATION PROGRAMS Kidz Love Soccer, ages 2-10

This is for kids ages 2-10 to learn soccer in a fun, team focused environment. They will learn skills and practice footwork. Classes are at Little Elm Recreation Center field or gym on Thursdays. To register for any classes, please visit kidzlovesoccer.com/classes.php First Fall Session Sept 12-Oct 17 Tot/Pre-Soccer 3.5-4.5yo 3:55-4:30pm Mommy/Daddy & Me 2-3.5yo 4:40-5:10pm Soccer 1 5-6yo 5:30-6:15pm Soccer 2 7-10yrs 6:15-7pm Second Fall Session Nov. 12-Dec.19 Mommy/Daddy & Me 3.5-4.5yo 4-4:30pm Tot/Pre-Soccer 2-3.5yo 4:40-5:15pm Soccer 1 5-6yo 5:15-6pm Soccer 2 7-10yrs 6:15-7pm

Texas Licensed to Carry Training, ages 21+

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. Date

Day

Time

Cost

Code

9/14

S

9a-2p

$65

9350

10/12 S

9a-2p

$65

9351

11/9

9a-2p

$65

9352

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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. 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. $68 Leaps and Beats, ages 3-5 W 5:45-6:30pm W 6:30-7:15pm S 9:30-10:15am Style Fusion, ages 6-10 W 7:15-8pm

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. Th Sept. 2-Nov. 1 6:30-7:30pm LERC $60 Th Sept. 2-Nov. 1 7:30-8:30pm LERC $60

Little Elm Karate Club

The Little Elm Karate Club is a new program being offered at the Little Elm Recreation Center. Participants will pay $75 per month and be able to come to 2 classes per week on Mondays and Wednesdays. The class will offer instruction in basic karate and selfdefense for both kids and adults. Email Ralph Gastiaburo at tacticsco@aol.com. Monthly Sept.-Dec. 7-9 pm LERC $75

Tippi Toes Dance

Tippi ToesÂŽ Dance Company cheerfully provides children 18 months to six years of age with a fun, positive and nurturing environment so they are able to experience the joys of dance, selfexpression and movement. Mondays 10 am | Toddler & Me dance - 18 months-3 years-old. Music, movement and the basic dance steps are introduced in a friendly and positive manner. Mondays 11 am | Ballet Jazz and Tap for kids 3-6 years-old. In this class students will learn spatial awareness, build self-confidence and make new friends!

Youth Athletics All youth athletic leagues are organized by Little Elm Area Youth Sports Association (LEAYSA). LEAYSA is a non-profit youth sports organization made up of volunteers that help coordinate and promote organized kids sports leagues. They are dedicated to sports education and participation for the youth in Little Elm and surrounding communities. Their goal is to provide a positive sporting experience for children of all ages. The sports currently offered by LEAYSA include, Baseball, Basketball, Cheer, Football, Soccer, Softball, Track, and Volleyball. More information can be located at www.leaysa.com.


GROUP FITNESS Yoga M 10:30am l Tu 5pm l W 11 am, 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.

Barre M 6 pm l 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 M 8:05 pm l Tu 5:30pm l Th 7 pm

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

Strength & Burn Circuit Tu 6pm

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

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. 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 l Th 7pm 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!

Pure Strength 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.

Stay up-to-date with class offerings and information! Get the monthly Group X schedule here: https://www.littleelm.org/1029/Group-Exercise-Personal-Training 13

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PRIVATE GROUP Training

TRX30 Work with Personal Trainer, Kelli Wilsey, to build strength, balance, coordination, and joint stability in private group training sessions. The 30-minute course is suitable for all fitness levels. Date Days Time Location Price Course Code Sept. 3-26 T TH 5:15-5:45am Rec $90 6026 Oct. 1-31 T TH 5:15-5:45am Rec $112.50 6027 Nov. 5-21 T TH 5:15-5:45am Rec $67.50 6028 Dec. 3-19 T TH 5:15-5:45am Rec $67.50 6029 Strength & Cardio Work with Personal Trainer, Kelli Wilsey, to tone muscles and boost cardio in private group training sessions. The 60-minute course is suitable for all fitness levels. Date Days Time Location Price Course Code Sept. 2-25 M W 8:30-9:30am Rec $150 6030 Oct. 2-30 M W 8:30-9:30am Rec $165 6031 Nov. 4-25 M W 8:30-9:30am Rec $130 6032 Dec. 2-18 M W 8:30-9:30am Rec $112 6033 Total Fitness Train with Personal Trainer, Kelli Wilsey, to improve agility, endurance, strength, and tone in private group training sessions. Each night brings a different workout, and workouts are suitable for all fitness levels. Purchase sessions in four ($100), eight ($200), and twelve ($300) packages each month, or pay a per-class drop in rate. Date Days Time Location September MWTh 5:15-6pm or 6:15-7pm Rec October MWTh 5:15-6pm or 6:15-7pm Rec November MWTh 5:15-6pm or 6:15-7pm Rec

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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 then 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 here https:// mckinney.fit4mom.com. T/Th/F LE Park 9:30-10:30am

Movement Training

Private group training with Personal Trainer Lisa Perez to improve stability, strength, and endurance through everyday movements. Move better and feel better – suitable for all fitness levels. Classes are Mondays and Wednesdays ($140) or Saturdays ($120) at the Recreation Center. Drop-ins welcome. DAY

DATE

TIME

CODE

MW

8/19-9-16

7-8 PM

6022

MW

9/23-10-16

7-8 PM

6023

S

9/7-10/12

8-9 AM

6024

S

10/1911/23

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BRENDA BUTTON MILLS SENIOR CENTER VETERANS BRUNCH AND BINGO | NOV. 9 | 10:30 am-1 pm. Everyone is invited to join us for brunch to honor those who served our country! There will be a raffle, prizes, and Bingo! SENIOR FOLLIES | SEPT. 15 | 12:30-6 pm Celebrating their 9th big year in Dallas at the Eismann Center, the Spectacular Senior Follies is presenting an all-new, all-live, on-stage show, The Fabulous 50s. The audience will be transported to these glory days and will be singing along as the cast recreates the energy of everyone's favorite decade -- all performed by talented performers who happen to be over the age of 55. Also appearing are the famous Follies Showgirls. CARTER EYECARE | OCT. 14 | 9:30 am-12:30pm Carter Eyecare is offering free eye screenings for seniors. Takes less than ten minutes. RSVP is requested. INTERESTED IN A TRIP WITH US? Get on a waitlist for our Nashville, Caribbean Cruise, or Tuscany trip!

Come Visit Us!

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

Members 50+ 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 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 Sewing/Quilting Art Class Crochet & Knitting Scrapbooking Game Day Chicken Foot Bingo 42 Chicken Foot

M-F | 7:30am | REC M | 9-10am & Th 3-4pm M/W | 11:30 am-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/Second Sat 10:30- 1 pm. F | 1pm Th | 12:30 pm

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. Bunco, second Thursday at 11:30am Chemo Care Bags, fourth Thursday at 1pm Assemble bags to be distributed to those going through chemotherapy.

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ADULT SPORTS All schedules and league information can be found at www.littleelmathletics.com, including links to register. Adult Indoor Volleyball

Join us for tons of fun and play Indoor Volleyball at the Little Elm Recreation Center, with two different leagues on two different nights. Registration is $150 for 4v4 teams, or $175 for 6v6 teams. Leagues are guaranteed six games per season (some seasons will play eight), plus one week of playoffs.

Adult Flag Football

Lace up your cleats, air it out, and relive your glory days in our 8v8 Adult Flag Football league. Registration is $360 for teams (max 14 players). All leagues are played at Little Elm Park, 701 W. Eldorado Parkway. Leagues are guaranteed six games per season (some seasons will play eight), plus one week of playoffs. Registration for Flag Football begins on Aug. 5, and closes on Sept. 2. The first games will be played on Sept. 10.

T 8x8

7-11pm LEP 18+ $360

Registration for Session 4 Indoor Volleyball begins on Aug. 5, and closes on Aug. 27. The first games will be played the week of Sept. 10. Registration for Session 5 Indoor Volleyball begins on Sept. 30, and closes on Oct. 22. The first games will be played the week of Oct. 29.

Session Session Session Session

4 4 5 5

T 4x4 7-10pm LERC Th 6v6 7-10pm LERC T 4x4 7-10pm LERC Th 6v6 7-10pm LERC

18+ 18+ 18+ 18+

$150 $175 $150 $175

Adult Cornhole League

Grab some friends and join the fastest growing league in Little Elm. Teams are made up of four players each night, and the Town will supply the boards for the league. You may bring your own bags or use ours. Registration is $100 for returning teams, or $120 for new teams. Leagues are guaranteed 12 matches per season (some seasons will play 16), plus one week of playoffs. If enough teams sign up, the league will be split into two divisions. Registration for Session 4 Cornhole begins on July 6, and closes on Aug 9. The first games will be played Aug. 15. Registration for Session 5 Cornhole begins on Aug. 31, and closes on Sept. 24. The first games will be played Oct. 3.

Session 4 Th 6x6 7-10pm LEP 18+$100/$120 Session 5 Th 6x6 7-10pm LEP 18+$100/$120

Adult Sand Volleyball

Adult Basketball League

Registration for Sand Volleyball begins on Aug. 12, and closes on Sept. 2. The first games will be played the week of Sept. 9.

M 5x5

Join us for tons of fun and play Sand Volleyball on the beach, with two different leagues on two different nights. Registration is $150 for 4v4 teams, or $175 for 6v6 teams. All leagues are played at the beach at Little Elm Park, 701 W. Eldorado Parkway. Leagues play double headers for four weeks, plus one week of playoffs. We will have league wide meetup nights to go over rules and answer any questions about the league.

M 4x4 W 6v6

Grab your friends and hoop it up, in our Monday night Adult Basketball league. Registration is $360 for teams (max ten players). All leagues are played at Little Elm Recreation Center. Leagues are guaranteed six games per season (some seasons will play eight), plus one week of playoffs. Registration for Basketball begins on Aug. 5, and closes on Sept. 9. The first games will be played on Sept. 16.

7-10 pm LEP 18+ $360

7-10pm LEP 18+ $150 7-10pm LEP 18+ $175

To register your team sign up here: http:// teamsideline.com/sites/littleelm/form/3495/AdultTeam-Registration, or to register as a free agent, sign up here: http://teamsideline.com/sites/littleelm/ form/1873/Adult-Free-Agent-Sign-Up 16


USSSA Softball League

Sunday - Thursday softball leagues are played under USSSA guidelines and are offered at numerous skill levels. Leagues play 8 regular season games, 2 games per night (most of the time), with 1 night of playoffs per league. Players must be 16 years of age or older to participate. E leagues are recreational and are allowed 1 HR, and D leagues are competitive and are allowed 4 HRs. Max 16 players/team. Friday night coed softball leagues are played under USSSA guidelines and are offered at the E level. Leagues play 8 regular season games, 1 game per night (most of the time), with 1 night of playoffs per league. Players must be 16 years of age or older to participate. E leagues are recreational and are allowed 1 home run. Max 16 players/team. To register your team sign up here: http://teamsideline. com/sites/littleelm/form/3495/Adult-Team-Registration. To register as a free agent, sign up here: http://teamsideline.com/sites/littleelm/form/1873/ Adult-Free-Agent-Sign-Up Registration for Session 4 begins on Aug. 19, and closes on Sept. 13. The first games will be played the week of Sept. 22. Sunday Coed Monday Mens Tuesday Mens Wed. Mens Friday Coed

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6-11pm LEP $350/team 7-11pm LEP $350/team 7-11pm LEP $350/team 7-11pm LEP $350/team 7-11pm LEP $350/team

Pickleball

Athletic Facility Reservations All reservation requests must be emailed to Andy Adams at aadams@ littleelm.org. For information on Tournament pricing please call 972-731-1466. Reservation Fees: All reservation fees and deposits are due at the time the reservation is made. Discounts are only available in person, and not online. Damage Deposit: $100 (Only gym reservations require a $100 refundable damage deposit) Athletic Fields: $35 per hour ($5 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents) Athletic Field Lights: $20 per hour Sand Volleyball Courts: $25 per hour ($10 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents) Little Elm Recreation Center Gym Full Court: $125 per hour ($25 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents)

Enjoy our new league concept where you will get to play with new partners every game. You will move up and down the rankings based on how you score each week. Registration is $20 for returning players, or $30 for new players. Leagues are guaranteed seven weeks of games.

Little Elm Recreation Center Gym Half Court: $70 per hour ($20 per hour discount for Little Elm Residents)

Registration for Session 3 Pickleball begins on Aug. 5, and closes on Sept. 4. The first games will be played on Sept. 11.

Little Elm Park Softball Fields | This complex has two adult softball fields. The bases can be adjusted for youth softball as well.

Registration for Session 4 Pickleball begins on Sept. 30, and closes on Oct. 23. The first games will be played on Oct. 30.

Session 3 W 7-10pm 18+ LERC $20 returning player, $30 new player Session 4 W 7-10pm 18+ LERC $20 returning player, $30 new player

Pickleball Open Play

Pickleball is open to any age group. Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis and is played in the gymnasium. **Pickleball requires a membership or day pass to play. Pickleball only memberships are available for $20/year for residents, and $40/year for non-residents.

Ongoing MWF 9am-1pm Any Age LERC Ongoing Sunday 12-2pm Any Age LERC

Pickleball Tournament

The Town of Little Elm will be hosting a Pickleball Tournament on Friday Oct. 4, starting at 8 am. This tournament will offer Men’s, Women’s, and Mixed division brackets, and there will be prizes for the top two teams in each division. The tournament will be a four game guarantee, brackets will be sent out Thursday October 3. Max of 16 teams per division.

Tournament Oct. 4 F 8am-8pm 18+ LERC $20 per team

Little Elm Park Soccer Fields | This complex is roughly the size of 3 adult soccer fields, although the majority of the time it has multiple youth soccer fields set up and only 1 adult soccer field available. Cottonwood Park | This complex has 3 baseball fields and 1 softball field, and is used for youth athletics. Little Elm Park Sand Volleyball Courts There are ten sand volleyball courts located next to the beach, and two courts located next to the playground. 17


ANIMAL SHELTER 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.

1605 Mark Tree Ln. 972-377-1898 Hours: Monday-Friday 10 am-5 pm Closed for lunch noon-1 pm Saturday 10 am-1 pm Sunday Closed

$75 ADOPTION FEE PER ANIMAL

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All adoptions include: • Rabies/vaccines • Neuter/spay • Microchip Low Cost Adoption Clinic 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.


AQUATIC PARK

Coming Early 2021

The newest addition to the Town of Little Elm, Texas, is the Little Elm Aquatic Park, a highly-anticipated, fun for the whole family, one-of-a-kind destination - open all year round! This unique amenity is landing right in the Lakefront at Little Elm - a destination district of retail, restaurants, and recreational features! 303 Main St. Sign up for information and updates about the Aquatic Park by visiting: www.littleelmaquaticpark.com

• Retractable Roof • 42,000 square feet • Double FlowRider® • Slides • Cabanas • Activity pool & so much more!

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The Lakefront

Life on the Lake...All Year Long

We’re home to the sun on your face, drink in your hand, sitting outside laughing with your best friends kind of feeling that doesn’t end when the summer fades. From our pristine sandy beach to plenty of restaurants, events, and activities, Lakefront at Little Elm is an escape from the city where everyone can come together to have fun and let loose - in every season.

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Little Elm Parks and Recreation Fall 2019 Activity Guide  

Little Elm Parks and Recreation Fall 2019 Activity Guide