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FREAKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 2017

Color Crawl- Sparkle Edition October 28, 2017

JANUARY 13, 2018

November 4, 2017 MARCH 24, 2018

TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR RECREATION & LEISURE SERVICES


Message from the Recreation and Leisure Services Team Our Vision

Enhance the quality of life by providing unparalleled public recreation facilities, open natural spaces and programs for our citizens and surrounding communities. Greetings! I encourage you to look through the 2017-18 fall/winter Community Recreation Guide, and discover the great activities The Township of Upper St. Clair Recreation Department has to offer. Upper St. Clair Recreation has numerous programs, special events, and opportunities available for all age groups. Be sure to check out this season’s newest additions and longtime favorites. Participating in recreation programs helps us to improve our well-being, reduce stress, and increase our selfesteem. Socially, the Recreation Department strives to help families build strong bonds and promote community spirit. Economically, the Upper St. Clair and surrounding communities benefit from enhanced property values. The programs, services, events and opportunities that the recreation department provide positively impacts our society in numerous ways. We encourage all residents of the community as well as surrounding neighbors to come together in promoting an active and healthy lifestyle by participating in recreational activities at both the Community & Recreation Center and within our Township parks. Please enjoy our offerings. Sincerely, Paul Besterman Director of Recreation and Leisure Services Township of Upper St. Clair

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Mark D. Christie, President............... Ward 4

Daniel R. Paoly.................................. At Large

Rex A. Waller, Vice President........... Ward 2

Ronald J. Pardini................................. Ward 5

Russell R. Del Re............................... At Large

Nicholas J. Seitanakis....................... Ward 1

Robert W. Orchowski......................... Ward 3

The Upper St. Clair Recreation and Leisure Services Department provides all programs and facilities on a non-discriminatory basis for all citizens, regardless of age, race, sex, creed, or disability. Every effort will be made to accommodate all participants. If you need special assistance to use our facility, please call us in advance, if possible, to make arrangements. PHONE (412) 221-1099 or FAX (412) 221-6964

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Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATION Hours of Operation Registration

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EVENTS

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COMMUNITY Upper St. Clair Athletic Association Youth Steering Committee Three Hole Golf Miracle League TENNIS RECREATION & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS Art Music Dance Specialty Programs Sports Teen & Adult Programming COMMUNITY & RECREATION CENTER Membership Information Facility Rental Playroom

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AQUATICS General Information Swim Lessons Adult Aquatic Programs Water Exercise Programs Aquatic Certifications

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FITNESS General Information Personal Training Services Specialty Fitness Programs Mind & Body Fitness Classes Boomer & Senior Classes

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GENERAL GROUP EXERCISE Small Group Training Boomer & Senior Classes

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NATURE PROGRAMS

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REGISTRATION FORMS

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GENERAL INFORMATION

For general information call the Township Recreation Department at 412.221.1099 412.221.6964 fax • www.twpusc.org

GENERAL INFORMATION

Hours of Operation Recreation Administration Office

Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Sunday 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM Monday and Wednesday 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Tennis/Golf Administration Bldg. C&RC Membership Office Facility Rental Office Upper St. Clair Parks C&RC Indoor Facility*

C&RC Outdoor Aquatics Facility**

Monday – Sunday Dawn to Dusk Monday – Thursday 5:30 AM – 10:00 PM Friday 5:30 AM – 9:00 PM Monday – Sunday 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Saturday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Saturday 6:30 AM – 5:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

* Indoor Aquatics and Fitness Areas close 15 minutes prior to building closing. ** Hours of operation for the Outdoor Aquatics Center are subject to change, without prior notice, as the C&RC deems necessary for maintenance, inclement weather and all suitable reasons for the best interest of its members and visitors. The C&RC will be closed on New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Special holiday hours will be scheduled for Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Christmas Eve, and New Year’s Eve.

Registration

The C&RC and Township of Upper St. Clair Department of Recreation and Leisure Services offer a variety of programs, classes, and camps which require pre-registration. Several programs have a limited number of openings and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register as early as possible to guarantee a space in the desired program.

How do I register? In Person At the Community & Recreation Center during normal hours of operation.

Online At www.twpusc.org/rec-leisure/recleisure-home.org Note: A small convenience fee will be added to the registration fee listed.

By Mail Send registration form and appropriate fee to: Community & Recreation Center Program Registration 1820 McLaughlin Run Road Upper St. Clair, PA 15241

Payment

Payment may be made by check, money order, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express. The Finance Department will add a $40.00 service charge for any returned check. No fee reduction will be made for missed classes or late registrations. PLEASE MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO USC RECREATION.

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Refunds

Class Cancellations The Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel or postpone any class that does not meet a minimum number of class participants. Every effort will be made to reschedule sessions missed during a program for unanticipated can­cellations. However, rescheduling cannot be guaranteed.

Fees All listed programs conducted by the Upper St. Clair Department of Recreation and Leisure Services have been de­signed to be self-sustaining. Fees are evaluated periodically and are subject to change so that recreation programming may continue to be self-sustaining. In general, any additional revenues obtained from increased fees compensate for increasing program expenses.

GENERAL INFORMATION

All refunds will be made according to the following guidelines: 1. Cancellations must be received prior to the first meeting day of any program unless otherwise noted. No refunds will be issued after the second meeting day for any reason. 2. Due to ordering requirements, specialty programs may have specific refund dates listed. No refunds will be given after these specified dates. 3. A $5.00 administrative charge will be deducted from all refunds. No cash refunds will be given. Please allow 4-5 weeks for refund checks to be processed. 4. Participants in any program cancelled by the Recreation Department will receive full or prorated refunds calculated on total program meetings.

Confirmations The Recreation Department will not mail out or make phone calls for reminders or confirmation of classes. You will be notified only if there is a program change or we are unable to register you for a requested class due to a class being full or cancelled. You may call the Recreation Department if you would like to confirm your registration. Registrations for full classes will be placed on a waiting list. You will be notified, your payment will be returned, and we will contact you if a space becomes available.

Eligibility Where age or grade requirements are specified, eligibility is as of September 2017 unless otherwise noted. All Town­ship residents and non-residents may participate except where noted.

Check-In All non-members, program attendees, guests and visitors MUST:  Check in and sign registration log at Control Desk.  Provide program ‘receipt of payment’ at first class for personal training and private swim lessons.  Swim lesson participants may have a maximum of 2 adults accompany a child to the Aquatics area; siblings may also accompany adult(s) but may not use the facility amenities.  Adults accompanying children to any non-aquatic program within the C&RC should wait in the lobby.

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E VENTS

Blood Drive Tuesday, September 12, 2017 Thursday, November 30, 2017 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

You are eligible to donate blood if you: • Are in good physical health • Age 16 (with parent permission) or older • Weigh at least 110 pounds • Have not donated whole blood in the past 56 days Place: C&RC Community Rooms

FREAKY FRIDAY Friday, October 20, 2017

Celebrate Halloween at the C&RC! 10:00 Costume Parade & Crafts Children of all ages are invited to attend our annual costume parade through the C&RC. Participants will also have a chance to make some festive crafts and enjoy entertainment. Fee(s): Free for C&RC Members & Non-Members 6:00- 8:00 PM Scary Swim & Crafts Gather up your favorite ghouls and goblins for our family-friendly Scary Swim. Also, don’t forget to stop by the lobby to make some spooky crafts. Fee(s): FREE C&RC Members $8 per person Non-Members

Saturday, November 4, 2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Plan to spend the day enjoying all that fall has to offer at Boyce Mayview Park. Family-friendly activities are available both indoors and outside, and include kids’ crafts, a petting zoo, local heroes (police, fire, & EMS), a baking contest, s’more making, apple sling shots, live music, food vendors and much more. There will be a fee for some activities and food, but admission is FREE.

Color Crawl- Sparkle Edition Saturday, October 28, 2017 10:00 AM

Join the C&RC for our 3rd annual Halloween inspired Color Crawl! Run or walk 2 miles with friends and family while being doused with vibrant COLOR! Be sure to join us this year as we bring in the sparkle and a few other surprises!

Registration Deadlines: Now—October 14th, 2017*

Adults: $20.00/ Children 6-12: $10.00/ Children 5 and under: FREE *T-shirts are guaranteed for children (age 6 +) and adults when registering on or before October 14, 2017.

October 15th—October 27th (T-Shirt NOT Guaranteed) Adults: $25.00/ Children 6-12: $15.00/ Children 5 and under: FREE No race day registration 4

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Holidays at the C&RC

Saturday, December 2, 2017 11:00 AM- 2:00 PM Celebrate the holiday season with musical performances, craft making, sweet treats and a special visit from Santa at noon. Be sure to bring along your camera! Fee: FREE for C&RC Members & Non-Members

Winter Wellness Dash

MLK Day of Ser vice: Grades 1-8 (Grade K with Adult) Monday, January 15, 2018 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM Make It a Day ON—not a Day OFF! In honor of the day, youngsters can join together to spend part of the day ON at the C&RC completing community service projects that benefit our greater community. (The time spent can count toward Community Service hours required by school districts/ organizations.) Participants will have time “off” to enjoy lunch together, cooperative games in the gym, and a snack at the end of the day. Students in Grade 7 and 8 will be assigned to assist with younger age groups. Participants should bring a packed lunch. Please register by December 22, 2017. High School and Adult Volunteers are welcome; contact us at 412.221.1099, extension 655 or 613 to find out more about the volunteer requirements and opportunities. Age Requirement: Grades 1-8 (Grade K with Adult) Fee(s): $18 (includes a T-shirt; please select a size at time of registration), High School and adult volunteers are FREE.

Saturday, January 13, 2018 12:00 PM

Start your New Year off right by attending our annual 1 mile run/walk. It’s a great winter activity for family & friends. Open to all ages and fitness levels. Fee(s): $5 per person (Children age 5 and under are FREE)** **Registration closes 9 PM Friday, January 12, 2018. Winter beanies are guaranteed for the first 100 participants age 6 and up.

Saturday, March 24, 2018 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM • Sample and purchase sweet treats from local chocolatiers and bakeries • Watch live dance and music performances by amateur artists • Stroll through the student art gallery • Visit the children’s tent for craft making and face painting. Event admission is FREE! 5

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COMMUNITY Upper St. Clair Athletic Association

The Upper St. Clair Athletic Association is a volunteer organization which coordinates the following athletic programs in the community: Spring/Summer Baseball and Softball, Fall Soccer, Traveling Spring Soccer, Spring/ Fall Flag Football, Fall Tackle Football, Winter Basketball, Winter Wrestling. For information, please visit the Website: www.uscaasports.org.

ANNUAL EGG HUNT March 17, 2018 (Tentative) McLaughlin Activity Center- McLaughlin Run Road. Open to USC residents & non-residents. Sponsored by: the USCHS Interact Club and Bethel St. Clair Evening Rotary

Bocce at Baker

BOCCE is alive in Upper St. Clair! The Township has two lighted regulation bocce courts in Baker Park. Be sure to check them out on your next visit. Are you in­terested in learning to play Bocce or want to be in a league? Contact Mark DiSora at 412.833.0707 for more information.

Youth Steering Committee of Upper St. Clair

The Youth Steering Committee of Upper St. Clair is a community action group, jointly appointed by the Township Board of Commissioners and Board of School Directors. The Committee is comprised of adult residents, student representatives, and liaison persons from the appointing boards. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month (with the exception of July/August) at 7:00 p.m. at the Community & Recreation Center. The committee offers programs of interest and information on timely topics throughout the year. Additionally, USC Cares for Kids--an initiative of the Youth Steering Committee--sponsors social events for the middle-school youth of Upper St. Clair with volunteer assistance from high school students, parents, and interested residents. For more information, contact Gary Seech, Chairperson, Youth Steering Committee, 1820 McLaughlin Run Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241.

SAVE THE DATE - MIDDLE SCHOOL EVENTS

Township Parks

Township parks are open all year round. Each park offers great opportunities for fun and play! Check out the Township website or stop by the Recreation office for more details. Tennis courts, bocce, volleyball, basketball courts, play units, pickleball courts and much more await you. ENJOY!

CPR Classes

Every Individual Should Know Life-Saving First Aid. E-mail or call the Tri-Community South EMS office Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at 412.831.3710 for information on dates, fees and locations or to register for a class.

Fall: October 28, 2017 Spring: March 17, 2018 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM USC Cares for Kids, an initiative of the Youth Steering Committee, will be sponsoring two events from 6:30 to 8:30 PM for all USC youngsters in grades 5-8 at the C&RC. Activities will include a dodgeball tournament, bingo, live DJ, food, and more. Preregistration is highly suggested: $10 per child or $20 family maximum. Fees are non-refundable. For more information, please go to the Youth Steering Committee information on the Township website after September 20, 2017.

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Three Hole Golf

The Three Hole Golf Course is located on McLaughlin Run Road. Golf course supervision takes place from the Tennis and Golf Administration Building (1750 McLaughlin Run Road). All golfers must check in with the supervisor on duty prior to playing. Golfers under the age of 10 must play with an adult. The course will be open until mid-October, as weather conditions permit. Players are expected to replace divots and ball marks and to leave the vicinity of the green after putting out. Four players are permitted in a group (maximum of four balls per player at any time). At the Tennis/Golf Administration Building, golfers may pay a per-round fee or purchase a coupon punch card (good for 10 three-hole rounds with no expiration date). Payments made at the Tennis/ Golf Administration Building must be made via check or money order. The 10-round coupons are also available for purchase at the Community & Recreation Center (payment by cash, check, money order, or credit card).

Per Round Fees:

Resident Rate Surrounding Community Rate

Coupon Punch Card Fees: Resident Surrounding Community

Junior* Adult $4 per round $5 per round $5 per round $6 per round *Age 15 and under are eligible for the junior rate.

Junior & Adult $30 $40

Silver Card Holder FREE N/A

Silver Card Holder FREE N/A

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T ENNIS PROGRAMS

Upper St. Clair Township offers multiple sites and opportunities for tennis play. At the Municipal Park on McLaughlin Run Road, there are 10 lighted tennis courts and 2 lighted paddle courts. During the indoor season courts 5 through 10 are under bubbles; courts 1 through 4 remain open for outdoor play (weather permitting). Random time players should check in at the Tennis/Golf Administration Building to make payment and receive their court assignments. Note that there are additional outdoor courts available at Baker Park (two courts), Byrnwick Park, Hays Park, Johnston Park, and Trotwood Park.

Indoor Tennis 2017-2018

The Indoor Tennis Bubble Season is scheduled to start October 9, 2017 and run for 28 weeks through April 22, 2018.

Indoor Tennis Season Permits

Participants are able to purchase individual hours of play during the indoor season. A purchased permit hour enables the owner to play during that purchased hour each week for the 28-week season. Participants must play at their scheduled hour. Make-ups or rescheduled hours for missed times are not permitted. Available indoor tennis times will go on sale on a first come, first-served basis beginning Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. at the Recreation Department office located at the Community & Recreation Center, 1551 Mayview Road. The season’s total fee must be paid at the time of each purchase of an indoor tennis bubble season permit. Contact the Recreation Office at 412.221.1099, ext. 656, for additional information regarding purchase of hours and fees.

Indoor Season Permit Fees (1 hour per week for 28 weeks): Prime Time

Resident $522.00 Monday through Thursday: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Saturday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Non-Resident $571.00

Non-Prime Time

Resident $448.00 Monday through Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM Saturday: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Non-Resident $498.00

Different Strokes Tennis League Indoor Tennis Random Time

Players who do not wish to purchase a permanent season hour may schedule random hours of tennis up to 72 hours in advance by telephoning the Tennis/Golf Administration Building at 412.831.7556. Random fees are to be paid by check or money order at the Tennis/ Golf Administration Building immediately prior to the scheduled hour. Hourly rates per court for random play: • Prime Time: $30.00 • Non-Prime Time: $25.00

Bubbles will be closed the following dates:

November 23 - All day December 24 - Close at 4:00 PM December 25 - All day December 31 - Close at 4:00 PM January 1 - All day

LOVE TENNIS? LIVE IN UPPER ST. CLAIR? COME PLAY WITH DIFFERENT STROKES! We are a nonprofit resident group run by a committee of volunteers with the assistance of the Recreation Department. The League’s main purpose is to organize sessions of tennis for Upper St. Clair residents of all abilities to play with a variety of partners and opponents. There are four (4) sign-up sessions per year for different days and times of the week for different game levels. • A summer outdoor session until the bubbles go up around the beginning of October (season permit). • A 14-week fall indoor session from October through mid- January (court fee). • A 14-week winter indoor session in the USC Bubbles from mid-January through mid-April (court fee). • A spring outdoor session until the end of June (season permit). All sessions include weekday mornings and evenings for women’s doubles, as well as weekday evenings and weekend day times for men’s doubles. Mixed doubles or men’s and women’s singles games can be set up on Tuesday and Friday nights if there is enough demand. In addition to organizing league play, Different Strokes holds mixed socials each year to play and socialize with other league members. Cost for joining is $10.00 for individuals and $16.00 per couple. If interested, please contact Gina Braun at 412.221.5717. Join any time!

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Paddle Tennis 2017- 2018

The paddle tennis program is scheduled to run for 28 weeks beginning October 9, 2017 and will run for 28 weeks through April 22, 2018. Paddle Season Permits Resident $75.00 Silver Card Holder $60.00 Nonresident $120.00 Permits may be purchased at the Recreation Department office located at the C&RC, 1551 Mayview Road.

Random Time Random time play is available at an hourly rate. Reservations are permitted up to 72 hours in advance. Reservations for all time will be maintained at the tennis administration building once the paddle tennis winter season begins. Prime Time Monday - Friday: $15.00 per hour 6 PM to 10 PM per person Saturday & Sunday: 8 AM to 10 PM Non-Prime Monday - Friday: $10.00 per hour Time 8 AM to 5 PM per person Please call 412.831.7556 for more information.

USCTDP Teaching Staff Janice Irwin, Head Teaching Professional...................PTR Lance Falce, Assistant Head Teaching Professional...PTR Augie Garofoli........................................................... USPTA Doug Addington.............................................................PTR Marcy Bruce, Cardio Tennis Director..........................PTR Megan Foster....................................................................PTR Renee Villani...................................................................PTR Ray Halackna...................................................................PTR Janis Finn .........................................................................PTR Jack Gloss....................................................... PTR &USPTA USCTDP Office Staff Janice Irwin, PTR, Director Augie Garofoli, USPTA, Coordinator Sandra Viehoever, PTR, Office Manager

Adult Cardio Tennis

Adult Cardio Tennis is a great way to push your fitness to a new level with a high energy workout while improving your tennis skills. If you are looking for a great new way to get in shape and to burn calories, you must try Cardio Tennis. There are programs and drills geared for existing players to get a great cardio workout while improving skills. For class dates and times, please see page 12.

Cardio Tennis Kids

Cardio Tennis Kids is a group play activity featuring actionbased drills and games for kids 8-12. Cardio Tennis Kids (CTK) emphasizes movement and fun using music, age appropriate equipment, while developing tennis and athletic skills and improves health and fitness. For class dates and times, please call 412.831.2630.

Additional USCTDP Offerings

• Men’s Round Robin (Levels 3, 4, and 5) • Junior Indoor Travel Team: Juniors registered in clinics in Level 3, 4, 5, and 5.5 are eligible to participate. Home matches will be played at USC courts. Fees for home matches are $20.00. Away match fees will fluctuate and will be determined by the hosting clubs. All matches are played on weekend evenings. • Junior Round Robins and World Team Tennis: For levels 3, 4, and 5

PRIVATE LESSONS

Private lessons are available to both juniors and adults for $55.00 - $70.00 per hour. Juniors who wish to participate in privates must be enrolled in clinics. Direct questions to Janice, Augie, or Sandra at 412.831.2630.

Registration forms for Fall/Winter 2017 - 2018 Tennis Programs May be found on page 57

For more information regarding all USCTDP programs please call (412) 831-2630 or visit www.usctdp.com 9

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Upper St.  Clair  Tennis-­‐  Junior  Level        

 Session  I          Aug.  21  –  Oct.  1,  2017              6  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  Sept.  4  –  Make  Up  on  Sept.  9  Times  TBA  

  10,  2017                9  Weeks        Session   II        O   ct.  9  –  Dec.   -­‐  No  Clinics  on  Nov.  23  –  Nov.  26,  2017  –  Make  ups  TBA      Session  III      Dec.  11  –  Feb.  18,  2018            8  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  Dec.  19  (Tuesday)  –  Jan.  1  (Monday)  (Resume  clinics  on  Jan  2,Tuesday)  

                                                 

 Session  IV      Feb.  19  –  April  22,  2018        8  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  March  26  –  April  1  (Resume  on  April  2)  

    Tiny  Tots  (Ages  3  -­‐  4):    Must  BE  POTTY  TRAINED     This  child  class  is  the  perfect  introductory  tennis  class  for  youngsters.    It  promotes  early  development  of  both  cognitive  and  motor  skills  while  performing  basic  tennis   hand/eye  coordination  games  and  exercises.         SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:    Monday  3:30  –  4:15  PM,  Tuesday  10:00  –  10:45  AM,  Friday  3:30  -­‐4:15  PM  &  6:00  –  6:45  PM,  Sunday  11:00  –  11:45  AM  &12:00  –  12:45  PM     _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   Red  1  (Ages  5  –  6  or  7  –  8)          BEGINNER    

NEW :  Option#1    Clinic  Only  or  Option  #2  Clinic  &  Match  Play   In  this  class,  children  learn  through  play  while  having  fun  on  36’  court  with  red  balls.    Students  will  begin  to  learn  the  fundamentals  of  strokes  and  grips,  as  well  as   familiarizing  themselves  with  the  court.    Basic  rally  skills  will  be  developed  along  with  movement,  balance,  and  coordination.    In  addition,  students  will  learn  basic   strategy  and  scoring.             SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:    Monday  3:30  –  4:30  or  6:00  –  7:00  ,  Friday  3:30  –  4:30  or    6:00  –  7:00  ,  Sunday  11:00  –  12:00  or  12:00    -­‐1:00   Match  Play:    (Saturday  afternoons):    Junior  players  participate  in  our  weekly  match  play  which  provides  players  with  singles  and/or  doubles  match  experience.  Match   play  offers  players  the  opportunity  to  put  into  action  what  they  have  learned  in  clinics  and  lessons.  Match  play  is  a  key  to  player  development  and  enables  players  to   compete  against  all  ability  levels.   Red  2  (Ages  6  -­‐  8  or  7  –  8)          ADVANCED  BEGINNER      

NEW :  Option  #1      Clinic  Only  or  Option  #2    Clinic  &  Match  Play   This  class  is  played  on  a  36’  court  while  using  a  red  felt  ball.    Students  in  this  class  have  tested  out  of  Red  1  and  have  the  ability  to  sustain  a  rally.    In  this  class  there  is   emphasis  on  shaping  the  strokes  as  well  as  learning  different  types  of  spins.    Students  are  also  encouraged  to  learn  a  variety  of  tennis  specific  footwork  that  includes   three  types  of  stances  to  maximize  the  swing  pattern  and  movement.    The  overhead  serve  is  introduced,  rally  tactics  and  strategy  are  learned  and  directional  control   of  the  ball  will  be  emphasized.    Students  are  also  encouraged  to  compete  in  tournaments.     SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:      Monday  6:00  –  7:00  PM,  Friday  6:00  –  7:00  PM,  Sunday  11:00  AM  –  12:00  PM     Match  Play:    (Saturday  afternoons):    Junior  players  participate  in  our  weekly  match  play  which  provides  players  with  singles  and/or  doubles  match  experience.  Match   play  offers  players  the  opportunity  to  put  into  action  what  they  have  learned  in  clinics  and  lessons.  Match  play  is  a  key  to  player  development  and  enables  players  to   compete  against  all  ability  levels.   ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   Orange  1  (Ages  9  -­‐  11)      BEGINNER  &  ADVANCED  BEGINNER  

NEW: Option  #1        Clinic  Only  or  Option  #2    Clinic  &  Match  Play   Orange  is  the  second  platform  of  10  and  under  development  at  USCTDP.  This  clinic  is  designed  for  the  new  and  returning  tennis  player  or  a  player  who  has  advanced   through  the  Red  Court  program.  The  Orange  platform  is  played  on  a  60’  tennis  court  that  uses  a  low  50%  compression  tennis  ball.  Movement,  balance,   receiving/sending  skills,  and  stroke  production  are  emphasized  along  with  basic  rallying  skills.         SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:    Monday  3:30  –  4:30  PM  or  6:00  –  7:00  PM.,  Friday  3:30  –  4:30  PM  or  6:00  –  7:00  PM,  Sunday  11:00  AM  –  12:00  PM  or  1:00  –  2:00  PM     Match  Play:    (Saturday  afternoons):    Junior  players  participate  in  our  weekly  match  play  which  provides  players  with  singles  and/or  doubles  match  experience.  Match   play  offers  players  the  opportunity  to  put  into  action  what  they  have  learned  in  clinics  and  lessons.  Match  play  is  a  key  to  player  development  and  enables  players  to   compete  against  all  ability  levels  

TINY  TOTS  FEES:  

6 Week  Session:   $112  One  Day   8  week  Session:   $151  One  Day   9  week  Session:   $170  One  Day  

Option #  1  Beginner  and  Advanced  Beginner  Fees:  

6 Week  Session:      $128  One  Day      $236  Two  Days  

8 Week  Session:     $171  One  Day    $322  Two  Days  

9 Week  Session:     $192  One  Day   $364  Two  Days    

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Option #2  Beginner  &  Advanced  Beg,  Clinic  and  Match  Play  Fees:  

6 Week  Clinic  &   Match  Play     $203  One  Day   $311  Two  Days  

8 Week  Clinic  &   Match  Play     $271  One  Day    $422  Two  Days    

9 Week  Clinic  &      Match   Play     $304  One  Day   $476  Two  Days    


Upper St.  Clair  Tennis-­‐  Junior  Level   Est.  1983    Session  A      Aug.  21–  Oct.  1,  2017                        6  Weeks  -­‐  Outdoor  -­‐    No  Clinics  on  Sept.  4–  Make  ups  on  Sept.  9  -­‐  Times  TBA  

Session  B      Oct.  9  –  Jan.  14,  2018                    12  Weeks  -­‐    Indoor      -­‐    No  Clinics  11/23/17  –  11/26/17  -­‐  Make  ups  TBA                                                                                                                                                                                          And  12/19/17  (Tuesday)  –  1/1/18  (Monday)  -­‐  Clinics  resume  1/2/18  (Tuesday)    Session  C      Jan.  15  –  April  22,  2018              13  Weeks  -­‐    Indoor      -­‐    No  Clinics  3/26/18  –  4/1/18-­‐  Clinics  resume  4/2/18      

TEEN 1  Beginner  or  Advanced  Beginner  (  Green  and  Yellow  Balls)  AGES  12  -­‐  18   The  Teen  1  program  is  for  teenagers  who  are  relatively  new  to  tennis.  Learn  to  rally  and  play  is  the  theme  of  each  class.  The  students  will  be  exposed  to  all  the  basic   skills  of  tennis  including  groundstrokes,  volleys,  overheads  and  serves.  The  class  will  stress  cooperation  and  competition  in  many  of  the  drills  and  play  situations.     SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:   Wednesday  6:00  –  7:00  p.m.,  Friday  6:00  –  7:00  p.m.,  Sunday  1:00  –  2:00  p.m.    –  FEES:  6wks.  $128  one  day,  6wks.  /$171  one  day,  8wks,  /$192  one  day,  9wks.     LEVEL  3  INTERMEDIATE  (Orange-­‐Transition  Balls)  AGES  7  –  12     NEW:  Option#1          Clinic  Only  or  Option  #2:    Clinic  &  Match  Play   Children  will  learn  the  basics  of  tactical  play  from  the  60’  court  for  both  singles  and  doubles.  Swing  rhythm  on  the  forehands  and  backhands  will  be  emphasized.  The   children  will  be  introduced  to  topspin  and  will  learn  how  to  differentiate  between  a  volley  action  and  a  groundstroke  action.  A  variety  of  serve  progressions  will  be   taught  and  the  serve  and  return  of  serve  will  be  covered  in  each  class.       Match  Play:    (Saturday  afternoons):    All  junior  players  participate  in  our  weekly  match  play,  which  provides  players  with  singles  and/or  doubles  match   experience.  Match  play  offers  players  the  opportunity  to  put  into  action  what  they  have  learned  in  clinics  and  lessons.  Match  play  is  a  key  to  player  development  and   enables  players  to  compete  against  all  ability  levels.   SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:   Monday/Friday  4:30  –  6:00  p.m.,  Saturday  2:00  –  3:30  p.m.   _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   LEVEL  3.5  ADVANCED  (Green  and  Yellow  Balls)  AGES  10  -­‐  13       NEW:    Option#1        Clinic  Only  or  Option  #2  Clinic  &  Jr.  Round  Robin  (Match  Play)   Children  will  be  exposed  to  a  full  range  of  technical/tactical  development.  All  court  tennis  will  be  emphasized.  The  program  will  focus  on  drills  that  develop   movement,  recovery  and  decision  making  skills.  Situational  and  competitive  play  in  the  five  play  situations  will  be  planned  in  the  curriculum.  This  is  the  final   development  stage  before  the  children  enter  the  Junior  Competitive  Program.       Match  Play:    (Saturday  afternoons):    Minimum  of  6  Matches,  All  Matches  Supervised  by  a  Pro,  Singles  Event  only.  Match  Play  is  the  key  to  the  player  development   and  enables  players  to  compete  against  all  ability  levels.   SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:   Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday  5:00  –  7:00  p.m.,  and  Sunday  1:00  –  3:00  p.m.   _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   LEVEL  4  &  Level  4.5  (Aspiring  Tournament  Player,  Tournament  Player  or  High  School  Player)  AGES  10-­‐18       NEW:    Option#1        Clinic  Only  or  Option  #2    Clinic  &  Jr.  Round  Robin  (Match  Play)   Improve  stroke  mechanics  and  consistency,  footwork  and  anticipation.  Learn  sound  match  play  tactics     Match  Play:    (Sunday  afternoons):    Minimum  of  6  Matches,  All  Matches  Supervised  by  a  Pro,  Singles  Event  only.  Match  Play  is  the  key  to  the  player  development  and   enables  players  to  compete  against  all  ability  levels.     SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:   Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/  Friday  3:00  –  5:00  or  5:00  –  7:00  p.m.,  and  Saturday  12:00  –  2:00  p.m.   _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________   Level  5.0  and  5.5  (OPEN  LEVEL)  (Tournament  player  having  earned  a  competitive  National  or  Sectional  ranking)  AGES  13-­‐18     Improve  match  play  performance  with  emphasis  on  footwork  and  conditioning,  match  play  tactics,  mechanics,  mental  toughness  and  sportsmanship.       SCHEDULE  OF  CLASSES:   Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/  Friday  3:00  –  5:00  p.m.  or  5:00  –  7:00  p.m.,  Saturday  12:00  -­‐  2:00  p.m.  

Option #  1    and  Option  #2  Level  3.0  Fees   6  Week  Session:     $200  One   Day/w/MP  $275   $380  Two  Days   w/MP  $455  

12 Week  Session:     $400  One  Day   w/MP  $550   $780  Two  Days   w/MP  $930  

13 Week  Session:     $458  One  Day   w/MP  $620   $896  Two  Days   w/MP  $1058  

Option #1  and  Option  #2      Levels  3.5,  4,  4.5,  5  and  5.5  Fees   6  Week  Session:   (NO  Jr.  RR)     $243  One  Day   $466  Two  Days  

12 Week  Session:     $488  One  Day   w/MP  $623   $956  Two  Days   w/MP  $1091  

13 Week  Session:     $529  One  Day   w/MP  $684   $1038  Two  Days   w/MP  $1193  

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Upper St.  Clair  Tennis   EST.  1983  

Fall/Winter 2017  -­‐  2018  Adult  Tennis  Clinics  and  CARDIO  Tennis    

       Adults  

     Session  I          Aug.  21  –  Oct.  1,  2017                6  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  Sept.  4  –  Make  up  on  Sept.  9  Times  TBA          Session  II        Oct.  9  –  Dec.  10,  2017                9  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  Nov.  23  –  Nov.  26,  2017  –  Make  ups  TBA          Session  III      Dec.  11  –  Feb.  18,  2018            8  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  Dec.  19  (Tuesday)  –  Jan.  1  (Monday)  (Resume  clinics  on  Jan  2,  Tuesday)          Session  IV      Feb.  19  –  April  22,  2018          8  Weeks  -­‐  No  Clinics  on  March  26  –  April  1  (Resume  on  April  2)  

Adult Tennis  Clinics     Adult  Level  1  Clinic   Novice   Mon.   11:00  -­‐  12:30  p.m.   Wed.   9:00  -­‐  10:30  a.m.   Sun.   10:00  -­‐  11:30  a.m.  

Adult Level  2  Clinic   Advanced  Beginner   Wed.   9:00  -­‐  10:30  a.m.   Wed.   8:00  -­‐  9:30  p.m.   Thurs.   9:00  -­‐  10:30  a.m.  

Adult Adult Adult

Adult Level  3  Clinic   Intermediate   Wed.   1:00  -­‐  2:30  p.m.   Wed.   8:00  -­‐  9:30  p.m.   Thurs.   9:00  -­‐  10:30  a.m.    

6 Week Clinic Fees: $167 One Day per Week 8 Weeks Clinics Fees: $223 One Day per Week 9 Week Clinic Fees: $251 One Day per Week

Adult Level  4  Clinic   High  Intermediate   Mon.   12:30  -­‐  2:00  p.m.   Thurs.   8:00  -­‐  9:30  p.m.   Sun.   11:30  -­‐  1:00  p.m.    

$314 Two Days per Week $426Two Days per Weeks $482 Two Days per Week

Cardio Tennis   Cardio  Tennis?    Cardio  Tennis  is  first  and  foremost  a  great  fitness  activity!    People  of  all  abilities  can  participate  in  Cardio  Tennis  at  the  same  time!    It's  a  great   way  to  push  your  fitness  to  a  new  level  with  a  high  energy  workout  while  you  improve  your  tennis  skills.  If  you  are  looking  for  a  great  new  way  to  get  in  shape   and  to  burn  calories,  you  must  try  Cardio  Tennis.    There  are  programs  and  drills  geared  for  existing  players  to  get  a  great  cardio  workout  while  improving   skill.    Program  includes  Warm-­‐Up,  Cardio  Work-­‐Out  and  Cool-­‐Down  Sessions.                                                         For  more  information  on  Cardio  Tennis,  visit  www.cardiotennis.com    

Monday

10:30 –  12:00  p.m.     (Advanced  only)   11:00  –  12:00  p.m.     (New  to  Cardio  Tennis  all  Levels)  

Monday 7:00  –  8:00  p.m.   (Level  3.5  )  

Tuesday

9:00 –  10:00  a.m.   (Level  2.5  –  3.0)  

Wednesday

11:00 -­‐  12:00  p.m.   (Level  3  -­‐  up)   7:00  –  8:00  p.m.   (Level  3.5  -­‐  up)  

Thursday  

9:00 -­‐  10:00  a.m.   (Level  2.5  –3.0)  

Friday

9:00 –  10:00  a.m.     (Level  3.0  up)   12:00  -­‐  1:00  p.m.     (Level  3.5  –up)  

Adult  6  Week     Cardio  Fees:   One  Day  per  Week  $120   Two  Days  per  Week  $220     Adult  6  Week    Advanced  Cardio  Fees:   One  Day  per  Week  $176   Two  Days  per  Week  $332  

Adult  8  Week     Cardio  Fees:   One  Day  per  Week  $160   Two  Days  per  Week$300     Adult  8  Week     Advanced  Cardio  Fees:   One  Day  per  Week    $234   Two  Days  per  Week  $448  

                           Family  Cardio  

Saturday

8:00 –  9:00  a.m.     (Level  2.5  and  up)  

Adult TRX  Cardio     Will  be  set  up  on  a  weekly  basis.   Please  contact  Marcy  or  call  the   office.    

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Adult  9  Week     Cardio  Fees:   One  Day  per  Week  $180      Two  Days  per  Week  $340     Adult  9  Week     Advanced  Cardio  Fees:   One  Day  per  Week    $263   Two  Days  per  Week  $506  


RECREATION & ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS “Old School” Drawing Lab

THE ARTS

Exercise and strengthen your body and mind in our arts programs. The C&RC provides the perfect setting to foster self-esteem, focus and divergent thinking, problem solving, and communication skills-all benefits for which the arts creativity are known. Participants can let their creative spirits soar while feeling happy, free, and confident in every experience/session all year long.

ART Splash Into Color Preschoolers and their parents/caregivers are invited to attend a hands-on studio watercolor painting class. Participants will meet in an aquatics room adjacent to the indoor pool and will learn basic watercolor techniques. They’ll then create their own original paintings and perhaps be inspired to go to the pool after class. Day(s): Tuesdays Date(s): Session I—October 3-October 24 Session II—October 3-October 24 Thursdays Session III—February 8-March 1 Session IV—February 8-March 1 Time(s):Sessions I and III—11:00 AM-11:45 AM Sessions II and IV—1:00 PM-1:45 PM Place: C&RC Aquatics Room as posted Age Requirement: Ages 3-6 with Parent/Caregiver Fee(s): $36 Member $38 Resident Non-Member $40 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Discover the secrets of drawing through exploring work from the Old Masters to old school illustrators and designers. While delving into techniques in pen and ink, charcoal, graphite, and conté crayon, find out how using a critical eye can help you create realistic drawings and how using creative license can take your work to the next level. Day(s): Thursdays Date(s): Session I—November 9-December 7 (no class 11/23) Session II—March 1-March 22 Time(s):6:00 PM-7:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades 3 and Up Fee(s): $60 Member $64 Resident Non-Member $68 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Spring Break CARTOONING Mini-Camp

Anyone who enjoys hand drawing will be able to discover his or her inner comic genius through this art camp. The fundamentals of line, shading, and perspective action illustrations will be introduced to open and develop your creative imagination while completing amazing projects—no matter to what type of cartooning you are drawn! Be sure to bring your peanut, tree-nut free lunch and drink and your enthusiasm to camp! Lunch supervision provided. Days(s): Monday through Wednesday Date(s): March 26-March 28 Time(s):9:00 AM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades 3 and Up Fee(s): $75 Member $78 Resident Non-Member $81 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Medieval Adventures in Art

Royalty, dragons, castles, and knights in shining armor will be the focus of artistic creations. While drawing, painting, and sculpting with imagination plus learning and using an array of artistic mediums and recycled materials, students will produce projects of which anyone-- peasants or royalty—would be proud. Day(s): Tuesdays Date(s): Session I—November 7-November 28 Session II—February 27-March 20 Time(s):6:00 PM-7:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades K-3 Fee(s): $60 Member $64 Resident Non-Member $68 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Art classes for adults:

Creating on Canvas, Stretch It Out, and Painting and Pastels. See pages 24 for more information.

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MUSIC Guitar Pre-Twinkle Suzuki Classical Guitar

Introduce your child to the fun, creative world of the Suzuki Guitar Method in this course tailored for preschool and kindergarten students! Your child will learn basic music and guitar skills through clapping, singing, and fun games with a trained Suzuki Guitar instructor. Guitar rentals available (see below). Parents are welcome and encouraged to stay for the course and may also participate by bring their own guitar or renting one from the instructor. Please indicate need for rental at time of registration.*** Instructor(s): Staff of Lyons Guitar & String Lesson Studio Day(s): Wednesday Date(s): Session I—October 4-November 8 Session II—January 24-February 28 Time(s):9:30 AM-10:00 AM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 4-5 Fee(s)***:$65 Member $67 Resident Non-Member $69 Surrounding Community Non-Member *** Guitar Rental (if needed) fee of $40 payable to instructor at first class. Materials fee of $25 (including footstool and book) payable to instructor at first class.

Suzuki Classical Guitar

Our classes provide exposure to the Suzuki Classical Guitar Method taught by a registered Suzuki guitar instructor. Students will learn the fundamentals of finger-picking, rhythm, and left-hand technique. Children will have fun as they enjoy learning classical guitar. Students may bring their own appropriately sized nylon string guitars, or guitars may be rented from the instructor (see below). Please indicate need for a rental at registration.*** Instructor(s):Staff of Lyons Guitar & String Lesson Studio Day(s): Wednesday Date(s): Session I—October 4-November 8 Session II – January 24-February 28 Time: 6:45 PM-7:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 6-11 Fee(s)***: $72 Member $75 Resident Non-Member $78 Surrounding Community Non-Member ***Materials fee of $25 (including footstool and book) payable to instructor at first class. Guitar rental (if needed) fee of $40 payable to instructor at first class.

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Teach Me Music®

Teach Me Music classes have been developed and are taught by Bren Norris, National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) winning singer/songwriter and voting member of the Recording Academy. Bren Norris is also a certified K-12 teacher. The goals of the classes are to involve children with music/movement/style and fun and for the parents to enjoy watching their children grow and discover who they are in the world. Demonstrations will be scheduled during September; dates/ times to be determined. Please contact us at 412.221.1099 after September 10 for details.

NEW! Baby Cakes—Ages 3 months to 1 year

Become a part of our new and wonderful music and learning class, with flashcards, music, colors, songs, shapes, and small instruments in a guided fun learning group. These classes are a must for early child development (NAPPA Award). Day(s): Friday Date(s): Session I—September 29-October 27 (no class 10/20) Session II—November 10-December 15 (no class 11/24, 12/1) Session III—January 26-February 16 Session IV—February 23-March 16 Time: 11:00 AM-11:30 AM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: 3 months to 1 year with parent / caregiver Fee(s): $125 Member $127 Resident Non-Member $129 Surrounding Community Non-Member

NEW! Mini Me Music—Ages 1 – 3 years old

Join with other parents and children and enjoy fun music with some movement using songs, different styles of music, rhythm and dance. These classes are a must for early child development (NAPPA Award). Day(s): Friday Date(s): Session I—September 29-October 27 (no class 10/20) Session II—November 10-December 15 (no class 11/24, 12/1) Session III—January 26-February 16 Session IV—February 23-March 16 Time: 11:45 AM-12:15 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 1-3 years old with parent/caregiver Fee(s): $125 Member $127 Resident Non-Member $129 Surrounding Community Non-Member

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DANCE NEW! Mini Me Music and Movement

—Ages 3-5 years old Preschool children will enjoy classic music and movement, song, dance, rhythm, and learning basic movement through music. Great classes for early child development (NAPPA Award). Day(s): Friday Date(s): Session I—September 29-October 27 (no class 10/20) Session II—November 10-December 15 (no class 11/24, 12/1) Session III—January 26-February 16 Session IV—February 23-March 16 Time: 1:00 PM-1:45 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 3-5 years Old Fee(s): $125 Member $127 Resident Non-Member $129 Surrounding Community Non-Member

NEW! IMPROV for Tweens and Teens

—Ages 12 and Up End the school week and come to IMPROV in an open class atmosphere using mime, words, acting, music, creativity and more. These classes stretch the mind and bring out the creativeness in a spontaneous and fun way! Day(s): Friday Date(s): Session I—September 29-October 27 (no class 10/20) Session II—November 10-December 15 (no class 11/24, 12/1) Session III—January 26-February 16 Session IV—February 23-March 16 Time: 4:30 PM-5:15 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 12 and Up Fee(s): $125 Member $127 Resident Non-Member $129 Surrounding Community Non-Member

NEW! Voice 101—Singers Ages 10 and Up who love to perform For singers ages 10 and Up who love to perform—our classes include Master coaching, warm-ups, performance, staging, breathing techniques, and a cappella singing and harmony. Day(s): Friday Date(s): Session I—September 29-October 27 (no class 10/20) Session II—November 10-December 15 (no class 11/24, 12/1) Session III—January 26-February 16 Session IV—February 23-March 16 Time: 5:30 PM-6:15 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 10 and Up Fee(s): $125 Member $127 Resident Non-Member $129 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Dance Explorations I

Your child will enjoy every minute moving to music, learning rhythm, and body discipline and awareness. Combining ballet, jazz, and tumbling, our fun classes will develop positive selfesteem and a desire to learn more. (Suggested attire: leotard, tights, or other comfortable clothing and ballet or jazz shoes.) Parents will be invited to observe during the last class of each session. Optimum class size--maximum of 10 children. Instructor(s): Staff of Janet Hays and Company Day(s): Wednesday Date(s): Session I—September 20-October 11 Session II—October 25-November 15 Session III—January 17-February 7 Session IV—April 4-April 25 Time: 5:30 PM-6:10 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 3-4 Fee(s): $45 Member per session $49 Resident Non-Member per session $53 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Dance Explorations II

Our classes will combine elements of ballet, jazz, tumbling, AND MORE as your child learns and practices fundamentals and grows in self-confidence and body discipline. Your school-age child will enjoy learning a variety of movement styles during each session. (Suggested attire: leotard, tights, or other comfortable clothing and ballet or jazz shoes.) Parents will be invited to observe during the last class of each session. Optimum class size--maximum of 10 children. Instructor(s): Staff of Janet Hays and Company Day(s): Wednesday Date(s): Session I—September 20-October 11 Session II—October 25-November 15 Session III—January 17-February 7 Session IV—April 4-April 25 Time: 6:15 PM-6:55 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 5-7 Fee(s): $45 Member per session $49 Resident Non-Member per session $53 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

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THEATER ARTS

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS Manners Make Impressions--MMI

Fun and Games on Stage

Classes are designed for kids who want to have a great time “playing” on stage without the focus on a final performance. Through theater games and improvisation activities, students will have the opportunity to try their hands at character development, dialect work, and thinking on their feet. Props, costumes, and music will play a role in these activities. These classes will help students develop problem-solving strategies in a fun and creative atmosphere. No prior experience is required—the classes provide a great opportunity for those who have not been in a theater class in the past. For students with some theater background, the classes will help to develop skills in quick thinking, improvisation, and working with a smaller group setting. Instructor(s):Staff of Gemini Children’s Theater Day(s): Monday Date(s): September 25-November 20 (no class 10/30) Time: 4:30-5:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement:Ages 6-11 Fee(s): $144 Member $148 Resident Non-Member $152 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Theater Workshop Group

Our moderately structured classes will unlock a child’s creativity and take him/her on an 8-week adventure into the imagination! Modeled after our Summer Theater Camp Program, young actors choose their own characters and put them all together into an original story, which they write, rehearse, and perform as a mini-play on the last day of the session. While having fun and making new friends, each child will improve his/her ability to listen, follow directions, compose a story, understand conflict and resolution, develop a character, accomplish an objective, collaborate with peers, perform in front of an audience, and use the imagination. Instructor(s): Staff of Gemini Children’s Theater Day(s): Monday Date(s): January 22-March 19 (no class 2/19) Time: 4:30-5:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement:Ages 6-11 Fee(s): $160 Member $164 Resident Non-Member $168 Surrounding Community Non-Member

“It is difficult these days to teach your children social skills and the value of making a good impression.” The truth is that our children want to make that impression and learn popular tips in manners and social skills. Sign up for our sessions of two one-hour classes and let Mother, May I impress upon your child the dos and don’ts of manners in trending topics: social media, mealtimes, public spaces …. Classes will include a light snack while participants are sitting at a table where they will be grouped age appropriately. Parents will receive feedback and a “manners checklist” with follow-through suggestions. Class size is limited to 10—sibling discount available (see below). Instructor: Demetria Danielides Abde is Co-Founder of Mother, May I, the leader in etiquette and professional business services. Having more than two decades of teaching, featured in many local publications, and offering professional and educational development, she brings in-depth knowledge and up-to-date skills in sharing proper parenting and professional etiquette. She blends a professional and funny approach to everyday topics that affect community and society. Day(s): Mondays Date(s): Session I—October 2-October 9 Session II—October 16-October 23 Session III—February 5-February 12 Session IV—March 12-March 19 Time: 5:30 PM-6:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 7-14 Fee(s): $22 Member $24 Resident Non-Member $26 Surrounding Community Non-Member $18 per Additional Sibling

Language- World Explorers

Our Lingua Stars weekend classes will provide an immersive experience in five different cultures through language, art, music, food and traditional games. Discover the castles of Germany. Build your own African drum and learn African songs.  Make Japanese origami and visit the beautiful cherry blossoms. Virtually tour Paris, France and make your own crepes.  Paint in the style of the Impressionists. Make your own Mexican maracas and mini piñatas. By the end of these classes, you will be able to introduce yourself in five languages. Ready, set, explore!! Instructor(s):Angela Berger of Lingua Stars Day(s): Saturday Date(s): Session I—October 14-October 28 Session II—February 24, March 3-10 Time: Session I—1:00 PM-3:00 PM Session II—1:00 PM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades K-6 Fee(s): $64 Member $67 Resident Non-Member $70 Surrounding Community Non-Member

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Babysitter Basics

Our course covers skills necessary to provide safe and responsible care for younger children. This training will teach basic rules, first aid and safety, handling emergen­cies, characteristics of children by age, age-appropriate activities, and business development skills. Participants should dress comfortably and bring a bag lunch (prefer­ably peanut and tree nut free). Please register early; space is limited. Instructor: Kristine Locke Day(s): Saturday Date(s): Session I—November 18 Session II—February 24 Time: 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 11-13 Fee(s): $44 Member $47 Resident Non-Member $50 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Bricks 4 Kidz® Gadgets and Gizmos

Children love the interactive Bricks 4 Kidz® models. These classes are all about the fun of doing something with what one has built. From a spinning top to a spin art model, kids will love playing with their creations! But don’t worry, we sneak in lots of learning, too: understanding probability in the “3-in-arow” game model and learning about friction and symmetry with the spinning top lesson. Don’t miss out! Other builds in the series of classes include Paper Crinkler, Optical Illusion, and Optical Spinner. Instructor(s):Staff of Bricks 4 Kidz® Day(s): Thursday Date(s): Session I--October 19-November 16 (no class 11/2) Session II—February 22-March 15 Time: 4:30 PM-5:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement:Ages 5-12 Fee(s): $45 Member $47 Resident Non-Member $49 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Bricks 4 Kidz® Presidents’ Day Mini-Camp

Children can enter the dark city where a dangerous jokester and other evil villains wreak havoc. Thankfully, there is a bat hero who comes out each night to fight against the evildoers! The good guys will ride into action as campers build motorized modes of the hero’s speedy vehicle and “bat girl’s sleek motorcycle. But they will keep the bat light searching for the evil jokester’s motorized low rider vehicle cruising through the city streets as well. Children will send the bat hero swinging on hi grappling hook technic model from one skyscraper to the next as he fights crime with his trusty super sidekick. Campers will use their imaginations, building skills and crime-fighting passion in this thrilling camp of bat heroes and villains! Instructor(s):Staff of Bricks 4 Kidz® Day(s): Monday Date(s): February 19 Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement:Ages 5-12 Fee(s): $30 Member $33 Resident Non-Member $36 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Build a Bridge Together Workshop

Calling all young civil engineers! Join us for an afternoon of bridge design, building, and testing – all out of repurposed and everyday materials. The young team of engineers will learn and work together as they have fun creating and testing. What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon at the C&RC! Instructor(s): Laurie Ahrenholtz Day(s): Saturday Date(s): Session I—November 18 Session II—February 10 Time: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement:Grade K-2 Fee(s): $20 Member $22 Resident Non-Member $24 Surrounding Community Non-Member

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Ultimate Map Creation with Minecraft

NEW! Animation with Alice 3

Developed by Carnegie Mellon, Alice 3 is a fun way for kids to learn about both coding and animation. Students in this class will use Alice to create a short animation to share with friends and family.  Alice uses drag and drop coding to help students learn the fundamentals, but more complex programming is possible once students have mastered the basics.  Alice is a free program that students can download after the class to continue what they learned. Participants should bring a peanut, tree-nut free lunch and drink. Lunch supervision will be provided. Instructor(s): Staff of Hi-Tech Learning Day(s): Saturday Date(s): October 7 Time: 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 9-13 Fee(s): $80 Member $83 Resident Non-Member $85 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Adventures in Minecraft

Take Minecraft to the next level! Join with other Minecraft enthusiasts/fans/pros to complete a series of fun challenges and the ultimate collaborative project to demonstrate your crafting skills! Share and learn tips, tricks, and create new worlds with others in this ultimate digital environment.  All campers will take home instruction on how to access their completed projects at the conclusion of the program.  Campers should bring a peanut, tree-nut free lunch and drink. Lunch supervision will be provided. Instructor(s): Staff of Hi-Tech Learning Day(s): Saturday Date(s): November 25 Time: 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 7-10 Fee(s): $80 Member $83 Resident Non-Member $85 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Use Minecraft to create challenging games and amazing worlds! Calling talented Minecraft fans who want to push their map making skills to the next level! Instead of just playing the game you love, create completely customized worlds that will challenge you and others. Learn how to best use Minecraft and special editing tools to make original puzzles, adventures, mini-games and more. Your friends will be begging to try your maps again and again!  Students will be able to access the maps they create at home following the workshop Instructor(s): Staff of Hi-Tech Learning Day(s): Saturday Date(s): March 10 Time: 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 8-13   Fee(s): $80 Member $83 Resident Non-Member $85 Surrounding Community Non-Member

NEW! Augmented Reality Design Holiday Camp

Bring the world around you to life! The popularity of Pokémon Go showed us the true power of Augmented reality to create an amazing new experience. But, this was just the beginning as augmented reality has future applications in science, business, advertising, virtual reality and much more!  How would you like to create your own Augmented reality app to enjoy and share with your friends?  Using a special program, students will learn how to bring the world around them to life.  Final project options will include adding augmented reality to a favorite book, creating an augmented animation, or developing a mock advertisement using augmented reality. Campers should bring a peanut, tree nut free lunch and drink. Lunch supervision will be provided. Instructor(s): Staff of Hi-Tech Learning  Day(s): Tuesday and Wednesday Date(s): December 26-December 27 Time: 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 8-13 Fee(s): $160 Member $163 Resident Non-Member $165 Surrounding Community Non-Member

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Kids in the Kitchen

Children will enjoy learning baking techniques to share with their families. Supplies, ingredients, and recipes are all included. Participants will learn hands-on and have the opportunity to make cakes, cookies, and pies, as well as some tasty and savory items. Please indicate any special needs or food allergies upon registration. Children may bring an apron, if desired. Instructor(s): Jessica Culicerto Gombar of The Pie Place Day(s)/Date(s)/Time(s): Ages 4-6 Wednesday, October 4-October 25 12:30 PM-2:00 PM Ages 6-9 Tuesday, November 28-December 19 4:30 PM-6:00 PM Ages 10-14 Tuesday, November 28-December 19 6:00 PM-7:30 PM Place: Community Room C & Pantry Age Requirement: Ages 4-14 (see above) Fee(s): $100 Member per session $104 Resident Non-Member per session $108 Surrounding Community per session

Kids in the Kitchen Spring Break Camp

During the four-day camp, children will have great fun learning new baking techniques. Supplies, ingredients, and recipes are all included. Participants will learn hands-on and have the opportunity to make tasty sweet AND savory items. Please be sure to indicate any special needs or food allergies upon registration. Children may bring an apron, if desired. Instructor(s): Jessica Gombar of The Pie Place Day(s): Monday through Thursday Date(s): March 26-March 29 Time: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM Place: Community Room C & Pantry Age Requirement: Ages 6-14 Fee(s): $100 Member $104 Resident Non-Member $108 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Check…and Checkmate

Enjoy weekly opportunities to learn and play CHESS. Participants will spend the first 30 minutes learning and the sec­ond 30 minutes playing under the guidance of our experienced instructor. All supplies provided by instructor. Instructor: Eric Berthoud Day(s): Thursday Date(s): Session I- September 28-November 9 (no class 11/2) Session II- November 16-December 21 (no class 11/23)*** Session III – January 11-February 15 Session IV – February 22-April 5 (no class 3/29) Time: 6:45 PM - 7:45 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Age 6 and up Fee(s): $44 Member per session $46 Resident Non-Member per session $48 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session $10 Discount for Session II only

Camp December

Calling all elementary-aged children--have some great counselor-supervised fun while you’re home over winter break! Come to the C&RC to participate in all sorts of activities. You will have a chance to swim, do arts and crafts, play themed games, and socialize with your friends. Pack a lunch (peanut and tree-nut free), wear sneakers and comfortable clothing, and bring your swimsuit, towel, flip-flops, and goggles. Please register by no later than December 19. Instructor(s): Madison Yanosky and Recreation Staff Day(s): Tuesday through Friday Date(s): December 26-29 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades K-4 Fee(s): $90 Member $95 Resident Non-Member $100 Surrounding Community Non-Member $35 per Individual Day(s)

Celebrate National Pie Day

In celebration of National Pie Day, FAMILIES can come to our class where they will learn the art of crafting small individual fruit tart pies. The class will include a pie dough demonstration, sampling, and six tarts to take home and bake. Please indicate any food allergies or special needs at time of registration. Instructor(s): Jessica Gombar of The Pie Place Day(s): Sunday Date(s): January 21 Time: 1:00 PM-2:00 PM Place: Community Room C & Pantry Age Requirement: Families with children age 4 and up*** ***Upon registration, please indicate number of family members attending Fee(s): $25 Member family $27 Resident Non-Member family $29 Surrounding Community Non-Member family Community & Recreation Center Programs & Information • Fall/Winter 2017

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Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service

Spring Break Day Camp

Kids in grades K-6 will have a blast with the staff from Jump Start Sports! During the structured camp hours, children will play a variety of sports in the morning. In the afternoons, children will take part in camp games and fun activities, and on Tuesday and/or Thursday (day(s) TBD) afternoon they will have a chance to take a swim in the indoor pool. All campers should wear comfortable clothing and sneakers. Weather permitting, campers will spend part of their day outside. On swim day(s) campers should bring a swimsuit, towel, goggles if needed, and flip flops or equivalent footwear. Half-day campers should bring a peanut and tree nut free snack and drink. Full-day campers should bring a peanut and tree nut free snack and lunch and drink. Before and After Camp Care will be available for an additional fee. Instructor(s): Staff of Jump Start Sports Day(s): Monday through Friday Date(s): March 26-March 30 Time: Half Day—9:00 AM-12:00 PM Full Day—9:00 AM-3:00 PM Before Camp Care—8:00 AM-9:00 AM After Camp Care—3:00 PM-6:00 PM Place: Community Room, Gym, Pool, Outdoor Fields (weather permitting) Age Requirement: Grades K-6 Fee(s): $90 Half Day, $140 Full Day—Member $95 Half Day, $145 Full Day—Resident Non-Member $100 Half Day, $150 Full Day—Surrounding Community Non-Member $45 per Individual Day(s) $10 (for the week)—Before Camp Care $30 (for the week)—After Camp Care

Monday, January 15 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Make It a Day ON—not a Day OFF! In honor of the day, youngsters in grades 1-8 can join together to spend part of the day ON completing community service projects that benefit our greater community at the C&RC. (The time can count toward required Community Service hours required by various school districts/organizations.) Additionally, on their day “off,” participants will have time to enjoy lunch together, cooperative games in the gym, and a snack at the end of the day. Students in Grade 7 and 8 will be assigned to assist with younger age groups. High School and Adult Volunteers are most welcome on this special day; please contact us at 412.221.1099, extension 655 or 613 to find out more about the volunteer opportunities. Participants should bring a packed lunch, preferably peanut and tree nut free. Indicate T-shirt size upon registration; register by December 27 to guarantee t-shirt size. Age Requirement: Grades 1-8 (Grade K can participate with Adult Caregiver) Fee(s): $18 per registrant (includes commemorative Tshirt and snack) *** ***No charge for High School or Adult Volunteers (Volunteers will need to complete our “volunteer” form prior to the start of camp.

S.N.A.P. (Special Needs Active Program)

S.N.A.P. = FUN and INTERACTION for individuals with special needs. The aim of the program is to increase each participant’s comfort level with fitness. Use of the gym and indoor pool on a rotating basis provides exposure to many different kinds of fitness activities. The program allows children and adults of all abilities to experience the joy of physical activity and teamwork. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and “sneakers” for gym days and swimsuits for pool days (bring towel, goggles, flip-flops). Instructor(s): Kelsey Voltz and Staff Day(s): Saturday Date(s): Session I (6 weeks) – October 21, 28, November 11, 18, December 2, 9 (no class 11/4, 11/25) Session II (8 weeks) – March 3-March 24, April 7 – April 28 (no class 3/31) Time: Ages 3-6 -- 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM Ages 7-17 -- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Ages 7-17) Ages 18 and Up -- 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Age 3 and Up (see above) Fee(s): Session I – $60.00 per person Session II – $80.00 per person

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Learn to Ride and Bicycle Safety

Heart & Sole is Girls on the Run’s program for middle school girls! Heart & Sole creates a positive, structured space for middle school girls to learn about themselves, explore new ideas, cultivate empathy, strengthen connections and develop life skills that will help them as they move through adolescence and beyond. The Heart & Sole curriculum is rich with themes girls can relate to, addressing the whole girl—body, brain, heart, spirit and social connection—and building important life skills such as team building, developing a support system, boundary setting, decision making, asking for and providing help and more. This program is accessible to all girls regardless of athletic ability or fitness level and considers the range of ages and varied experiences of middle schoolers. Physical activity includes strength and conditioning appropriate for this age group. The season culminates with the Girls on the Run 5k, which is the celebratory event that underscores the confidence, competence, connection, character and caring they have been developing in the program and gives them a tangible sense of goal setting and achievement. Day(s): Tuesday and Thursday Date(s): March 6-May 24 (tentative at time of publication) (no class 3/27, 3/29) Time: 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades 6-8 Fee(s): ***Please register through Girls on the Run®— www.gotrmagee.org ***$175 tentative Fees have not been determined at time of publication-scholarships are available based upon financial need.

We are going to make learning—or re-learning—to ride a bicycle simple, safe and fun for all individuals ages 6 through adult. All partcipants need to bring is a bicycle (NO TRAINING WHEELS), a helmet, and enthusiasm. In only three sessions, our friendly and knowledgeable instructor(s) will teach bicycle riding skills and safety from the ground up. It’s a great opportunity for parents to step back and let us get children ready for fun on two wheels and for families to prepare for group outings. For each session, there will be individual time slots available during the late afternoons/ early evenings. Instructor(s): Richard Hatch et al Day(s)/Date(s): Wednesdays Session I—September 20-October 4 Session II—October 11-October 25 Thursdays Session III—September 21-October 5 Session IV—October 12-October 26 Time: One person per time slot for each 3-week session 4:00 PM-4:45 PM 5:00 PM-5:45 PM 6:00 PM-6:45 PM 7:00 PM-7:45 PM (tentative) Place: Meet at the Gravel Parking Lot across from the ballfields in Boyce Mayview Park, unless otherwise notified Age Requirement: Ages 6 and up Fee(s): $75 Member $78 Resident Non-Member $81 Surrounding Community Non-Member Girls on the Run® is a national character development program for girls in grades 3-5 that teaches self-respect and healthy lifestyles through running. The program combines training to participate in a noncompetitive 5K (3.1 mile) run/walk event with lessons on self-esteem, teamwork, and community service. The goals of the program are to encourage positive emotional, social, mental, and physical development. Girls on the Run® at MageeWomens Hospital is one of the 160+ GOTR chapters across North America. Fee includes all classes, T-shirt, water bottle, end of season banquet, snacks, and entry into GOTR 5K event. Please call 412.641.5353 or email: giarussoe@mail.magee.edu for registration information and form. Limit is 15 girls per session. Day(s): Tuesday and Thursday Date(s): March 6-May 24 (tentative at time of publication) (no class 3/27, 3/29) Time: 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Grades 3 – 5 Fee(s): ***Please register through Girls on the Run®— www.gotrmagee.org ***$175 tentative Fees have not been determined as of time of publication-scholarships are available based upon financial need. 21

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SPORTS Get to the Point! Introductory Fencing Classes The classes are specifically designed for youth AND adult beginners to the Olympic sport of fencing! Instruction will cover proper fencing form and technique, fencing skills including footwork, blade work, and distance, as well as fencing etiquette, rules, refereeing, and sportsmanship. The class will conclude with a tournament with prizes for all students! All fencing equipment will be provided. Students should wear loose-fitting long pants (such as sweatpants or track pants, no shorts), short-sleeve t-shirt, and athletic shoes.  Instructors: USA Fencing Life Member, USA Fencing Coaches Association Member, and 4-year NCAA fencer Olivia Weiss; USA Fencing Life Member, USA Fencing Coaches Association Member, and USC Fencing Club Coach Renee Weiss Day(s): Wednesday Date(s): Session I:  September 27-November 29  (no class on 10/11 or 11/8)                 Session II: January 31-March 21 Time:  Group I:  6:00 PM – 7:30 PM             Group II: 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM Place:  C&RC Community Room as posted Age Requirement:             Group I:  Ages 8-12             Group II: Ages 13 and Up Fee(s)***: $135 Member $140 Resident Non-Member $145 Surrounding Community Non-Member ***Returning students receive a $20 discount! Fees include fencing glove, t-shirt, and $10 USA Fencing NonCompetitive membership. Please indicate handedness and t-shirt size when registering.

Hummingbirds Soccer

Children ages 3-6 have fun and learn the basics of soccer in an age-appropriate program. Players learn dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting, defending, and positioning. Each session consists of instruction in all aspects of the game, participa­tion in fun drills designed to teach skills, and fun, low- key, non-competitive games. Instructor: Staff of JUMP START SPORTS Day(s): Saturdays Date(s): Session I – November 4 – December 16 (no class 11/25) Session II - January 13 - February 17 Time: 10:00AM - 11:00AM (ages 3-4) 11:00AM - 12:00PM (ages 5-6) Place: C&RC Gym 2B Age Requirement: Ages 3-6 Fee(s): $60 Member per session $65 Resident Non-Member per session $70 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Adult Sports Programs can be found on page 26 Fastpitch Softball Winter Pitching Clinic

Need a place to pitch this winter? This clinic allows girls grades 3 and up to perfect their fastpitch pitching skills. Pitchers will go through various drills to learn the proper technique of pitching. This is a great way to get ahead of the pitching game during the cold months.  Come indoors and enjoy the game of softball! Instructor: Madison Yanosky Day/Date(s): Session I - November 7 – 28 (Tuesdays) Session II – November 8 – 29 (Wednesdays) Session III – January 9 – 30 (Tuesdays) Session IV – January 10 – 31 (Wednesday) Time: 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Place: C&RC Gym 2B Age Requirements: Grades 3-12 Fee(s): $48 Member per session $52 Resident Non-Member per session $56 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Pitching Performance – Skill Instruction

Designed to help girls develop their pitching potential, this program is set up for one on one, semi private, or small group instruction. Our instructor, USCHS Varsity Softball Standout Madison Yanosky, will tailor drills and techniques to better the individual pitcher. Each lesson will run for an hour. Every pitcher must provide a catcher. Fee(s): $30 Member per training session $35 Resident Non-Member per training session $40 Surrounding Community Non-Member per training session **Packages are sold in multiples of 2; receive a 10% discount with the purchase of an 8-session package For more information, please contact Chaz McCrommon at 412-221-1099 Ext. 603 or mccrommon@twpusc.org.

Little Hoop Stars Basketball

Players are taught the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting, positioning, defense, and rebounding and then apply what they have learned in fun, non-competitive games. Players will be split into teams and will play a rotating 1-hour schedule-5:30PM-6:30PM or 6:30PM-7:30PM. Parents are welcome to assist in coaching, but Jump Start Sports instructors will run classes. Instructor: The Staff of JUMP START SPORTS Day(s): Monday Date(s): February 5 – March 12 Time: 5:30PM - 7:30PM Place: C&RC Gym 2B Age Requirements: Grades K-2 Fee(s): $60 Member per session $65 Resident Non-Member per session $70 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

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COMPLETE PLAYERS For more information on any of the Complete Players programs, please contact Chaz McCrommon at 412-221-1099 Ext. 603 or mccrommon@twpusc.org. Complete Players – Basketball Skill Instruction A comprehensive basketball developmental program geared toward improving and enhancing the fundamental skills, abilities and confidence of players. Complete Players works with individuals and small groups. The program is organized and instructed by Chaz McCrommon and Theresa Adams. Chaz is a former Robert Morris 1st Team All-Conference player (two years) and a seven-year professional player including one year with the NBA D-League Erie Bayhawks. Theresa played her collegiate basketball at Saint Vincent College and coached Blackhawk High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team for eight seasons. The programs will be based off of the instructors’ knowledge gained through high school, collegiate, and professional basketball experiences to provide a high level of instruction that will aid in developing your young athlete into a “Complete Player”. All sessions are one hour in durationand are scheduled on an individual basis. Instructor(s): Chaz McCrommon, Theresa Adams Age Requirements: Grade 3 – Adult Place: C&RC Gym Fee(s):

PRIVATE INSTRUCTION* C&RC Member

Resident Non-Member

$50

$55

Surrounding Community Non-Member $60

*Fees listed are per hour.

SEMI-PRIVATE INSTRUCTION** C&RC Member

Resident Non-Member

$35

$40

Surrounding Community Non-Member $45

**Fees listed are per participant per hour for two participants

SMALL GROUP INSTRUCTION*** C&RC Resident Member NonMember $25 $30 3 Participants $20 $25 4+ Participants

Surrounding Community Non-Member $35 $30

***Fees listed are per participant per hour To schedule a lesson or for more information contact Chaz McCrommon at 412-221-1099 Ext. 603 or mccrommon@twpusc.org.

RECREATION BASKETBALL

Registration for recreation basketball programs will open on September 6. Note that the recreation basketball programs are open to residents only. Supervision and coaching will be supplied by volunteer members of the Upper St. Clair Athletic Association

Grade Levels 1-2 for Girls and Boys

The goals of the USC Recreation Basketball program at this level will be learning the mechanics of the game and having fun. Games will be played, but game play will not be the primary focus for the introductory level.  Upper St. Clair resident girls and boys in grades 1 and 2 do not need to attend an evaluation prior to starting the program. Day(s): Saturday Date(s): December 2 - February 3 (No Class 12/23, 12/30) Time: 5:30 PM-6:30 PM Place: C&RC Gym Age Requirement: Grades 1 and 2 Fee(s): $80 Resident

Girls –Grade Levels 3-8

All Upper St. Clair resident girls in grades 3-6 should plan to attend their grade level “evaluations.” Girls in grades 7 and 8 (including girls who have not played before) will be placed on teams based upon overall participation levels and do not have to attend an evaluation. If a child cannot attend her scheduled “evaluation,” please notify the Recreation Department at time of registration. Team assignments and practice/ play schedules will be determined after evaluations. Note that tryouts for girls’ travel basketball teams will be held in early October; the dates will be posted in early September on the USC Athletic Associa­tion website: www.uscaasports.org. Day(s): As per schedule that will be provided Evaluations Date: Saturday, November 4 (tentative) Schedule and Locations for Girls in Grades 3-6--TBD Fee(s): $80 Resident

Boys—Grade Levels 3-8

All Upper St. Clair resident boys in grades 3-8 should plan to attend their grade level “evaluations.” If a child cannot attend his scheduled “evaluation,” please notify the Recreation Department at time of registration. Team as­signments and practice/play schedules will be determined after evaluations have been completed. Note that the schedule for tryouts for travel teams will be provided at a later date. For more information, contact boysbasketball@ uscaasports.org Day(s): As per schedule that will be provided Evaluations Date: Saturday, November 4 (tentative) Schedule and Locations for Boys in Grades 3-8--TBD Fee(s): $80 Resident

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RECREATION BASKETBALL

TEEN & ADULT PROGRAMS Stretch It Out

Boys--Grades 9-12

A fun, easy, and social experience in Acrylic Painting on canvas. Following the “show-n-tell-n-copy” painting techniques of the instructor, you will end your experience with a finished masterpiece. All materials and refreshments will be supplied. Treat yourself or gather together with some friends and come to enjoy a creative and relaxed atmosphere of colorful expression! (Remember that childcare is available for a small fee in the C&RC playroom.) Instructor: Rikki Walsh Day(s): Monday Date(s): Session I—November 13 Session II—March 5 Time: 6:15 PM-8:30 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Age 16 and Up Fee(s): $35 Member $37 Resident Non-Member $39 Surrounding Community Non-Member

All Upper St. Clair RESIDENT high school boys who wish to vie for the “Finley Cup” should preregister for the high school league program through the Recreation Department. Registrants are required to attend a mandatory league meeting on a date and time TBD at the Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park. League rules and policies will be reviewed at that time. In order to play, each player must review the rules and policies and agree in writing to abide by same. Captains and teams will be selected after the mandatory meeting; weekly play will begin tentatively on Thursday, December 7 per the schedule that will be posted at the high school activities office. Enrollment is limited to a maximum of 120 players. Please sup­ply all necessary contact information, grade level, and updates for any special needs or allergies. Registration requires parental signature unless player is age 18 or over. Day(s): Thursday Date(s): Mandatory Meeting – TBD Start of League Play – December 7 (tentative) Playoffs – 1st week of March (tentative) Time: Mandatory Meeting at time to be determined Games as posted Place: Meeting – C&RC as posted Games – Boyce Middle School Gym Age Requirement: Grades 9-12 Fee(s): $80 Resident

Painting and Pastels

Our classes—for beginners and those with more experience-will show you the simple way to draw and paint as you enjoy the studio still-life setup. You can relax while using watercolors and oil pastels in a musical and social setting. These classes are perfect for home-schooled teens, retirees, and everyone in between. Instructor: Rikki Walsh Day(s)/Date(s): Session I—Thursdays, November 2-November 30 (no class 11/23) Session II—Tuesdays, February 6-February 27 Time: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 13 and up Fee(s): $80 Member/Silver Card Holder $84 Resident Non-Member $88 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Creating on Canvas

A blank canvas will never be the same again as you transform a plain white surface into an original masterpiece suitable for framing. Learn how artists turn ideas into sketches, studies, and completed works of art as you explore the process of acrylic painting from start to end. Explore ideas such as underpainting, blocking, shading, and highlighting as you look closely at both the big picture and the little details. These classes are perfect for home-schooled teens, retirees, and everyone in between Instructor: Rikki Walsh Day(s)/Date(s): Session I—Tuesdays, November 14-December 5 Session II—Thursdays, March 8-April 5 (No class 3/29) Time: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Ages 13 and up Fee(s): $80 Member/Silver Card Holder $84 Resident Non-Member $88 Surrounding Community Non-Member

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SPECIALTY PROGRAMS American Mahjongg for Beginners

Dog Training

Our course has been designed to help you through the puppy and adult stages of your dog’s life. Obedience training, basic care, and housebreaking techniques will be covered, as well as any other issues that owners are encountering. This course is taught by Storm Foreman, who has been with the Recreation Dog Obedience Program for over 20 years. She has owned numerous German Shepherd Dogs (GSDs) and titled three of them in the AKC Obedience ring. She currently has her 6th GSD and has gone through all the ups and downs of puppy training with him, so she can relate to the participants’ problems and challenges of having a new dog! Whether you have a new puppy or are giving a rescue dog a new lease on life, this course is an excellent starting point for you to train your dog—whether as a mannerly house pet or a competition/performance dog. You and your dog will receive on-on-one help from Storm, as well as guidance over the phone, if needed.  Any questions concerning the dog’s temperament and ability to be in a class situation should be directed to Storm before registering: 412. 221-1099, extension 622. All puppies and dogs must have current rabies inoculation and other necessary shots. Training is for dogs three (3) month of age or older.  Please complete the required information form (available at time of registration) at least one week prior to the start of class. FIRST CLASS is for handlers (age 16 and up) ONLY. This class will meet in the Lounge at the Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park (C&RC).  Instructor: Storm Foreman  Day(s): Tuesday Date(s): September 26-October 24 Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Place: Class #1 — C&RC Lounge Classes #2-5 — Grassy area outside the side entrance to C&RC, near side parking lot Age Requirement: Handlers Age 16 & up   Dogs Age 3 months and up Fee(s):  $75 Member $80 Resident Non-Member $85 Surrounding Community Non-Member

Want to learn to play Mahjongg? Learn the game that your grandmother loved and that’s regaining popularity among all ages alike!  Gain a basic understanding of the game’s fundamental components, including pieces, rules, and playing strategy.  No Mah-Jongg experience or knowledge is required and a practice Mahjongg set is provided for the duration of the 4-week class session.   Classes will be taught using the National Mahjongg League’s cards.  Our instructor has been playing since she was a teenager.  Her expertise is in teaching all levels of players the basic principles, etiquette, and strategy for winning hands. (Please remember that child care is available in the C&RC Playroom for a nominal fee.) Note:  A 2017 NMJL Card is required*** If you do not already have a card, see below. Instructor: Sarah Beitler Day(s): Thursday Date(s): Session I—October 5-October 26               Session II—February 1-February 22               Session III—March 1-March 22 Time: Session I—9:00 AM-11:00 AM                 Session II—9:00 AM-11:00 AM                 Session III—6:15 PM-8:15 PM Place:  C&RC as posted Age Requirement: Age 13 and Up Fee(s)***: $40 Member per session $42 Resident Non-Member per session $44 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session ***Materials Fee:  $8 regular print or $9 large print for the required current 2017 NMJL Card. Please indicate need at time of registration.

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ADULT SPORTS Adult Volleyball Nights

Come out and enjoy a night of coed pick-up volleyball! Adult Volleyball Nights provide the opportunity for both men and women who enjoy volleyball to play pick-up games all year long! Day(s): Monday Time: 8:00 PM – 9:45 PM Place: C&RC Gym 2 Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): $18 Punch card for 10 sessions, USC Resident or C&RC member or drop-in fee of $2.00 per session $27 Punch card for 10 sessions, Surrounding Community non-member or drop-in fee of $3.00 per session

Beginner Pickleball

Open play and pick-up games for beginners and newcomers. The goal of the program is to provide the inexperienced player the opportunity to develop skills and confidence against opponents of the same level. Day(s): Monday (No Programs 9/4, 12/25, 1/1, 1/15, 2/19) Time: 1:15 PM - 3:45 PM Place: C&RC Gym 2 Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): $25 Punch card (10 sessions) or drop-in fee of $3 per session USC Resident/ C&RC member $35 punch card or drop-in fee of $4 per session Surrounding Community Non-Member

Pickleball Play

3rd Annual Winter Pickleball Tournament

Calling all Pickleballers! This will be our 3nd Annual OneDay Adult Pickleball Tournament. Registration will be accepted for all Doubles teams of any combination. Pool play or brackets will be created based upon registra­tion. Deadline to register is February 14. To register, please complete the Pickleball Tournament reg­istration form at the C&RC. Day(s)/Date(s): Saturday, February 17 Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Place: C&RC Gym 2 Age Requirement: Age 16 and up Fee(s): $10 per team

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Our Pickleball Clinics are welcoming to all newcomers, beginners, and any players wanting to improve their game. These free clinics will be geared toward the development of fundamentals skills, strategies, and techniques of the growing sport of Pickleball. They will be held on the 2nd Monday of the month (see dates below). The typical structure will be one hour of instruction followed by one hour of free play. Day(s)/Date(s): Mondays--September 11, October 9, November 13, December 11, January 8, February 12, March 12 Time: 1:15 PM - 3:45 PM Place: C&RC Gym 2 Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): FREE

It’s the hottest racquet sport around, and it’s perfect for those age 50 and above. Pickleball is a fun game that is played on a badminton court with the net lowered to 34 inches at the center. It is a combination of tennis, badminton, ping pong and racquetball and is one of the fastest growing sports in America. It is easy for beginners to learn, but it can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. Day(s): Tuesday and Thursday (No Programs 11/23, 12/26) Time: 1:15 PM - 3:45 PM Place: C&RC Gym Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): $25 Punch card (10 sessions) or drop-in fee of $3 per session USC Resident/ C&RC member $35 punch card or drop-in fee of $4 per session Surrounding Community Non-Member

SENIORS Driver Education for Older Drivers

(55 Years of Age and Over) DRIVER IMPROVEMENT REFRESHER COURSE Presented by SENIORS FOR SAFE DRIVING, the one-day program (4 class hours) is designed especially for seniors. Seniors can refresh their driving techniques, develop positive driving attitudes, and regain lost confidence. Participants can save 5% of their total premium for a period of three years. This one-day program is considered a refresher program and may only be attended by those individuals who have completed a two-day program in the past. Note: These rules are established by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, not by Seniors for Safe Driving. Our program is certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Sorry, no exceptions. Day(s): Thursday Date(s): September 28 Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Place: C&RC as posted Age Requirement: 55 years of age and older Fee(s): $16 per person*** ***Please register through Seniors for Safe Driving at www.sfsd-pa.com or call (724) 283-0245 or (800) 559-4880.

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United Senior Citizens of Upper St. Clair

The United Senior Citizens program is sponsored by the Upper St. Clair Department of Recreation and Leisure Services. Participants must be a resident of the Township, 55 years of age or older, and retired. Spouses of eligible members may also join even if under age 55.

SENIORS AT LEISURE

Every Friday afternoon there is something free and fun to do! The program is FREE for all seniors (age 55 and older), both USC residents and surrounding community residents. No C&RC membership required. All activities are held in the Community & Recreation Center unless otherwise noted.

The program meets on Wednesdays. Morning activities are informal and include the preparation of lunch by volunteers from the group. The members hold a brief business meeting at 12:00 p.m., which is followed by the delicious meal. Afternoon activities include musical entertainment, lectures or presentations of interest, book reviews, health and fitness instruction, game days, and more! In addition, day trips to various performances and places of interest are scheduled throughout the year.

Boomer Balance and Flexibility

Most meetings are held at the McLaughlin Run Activity Center (MAC) located at 1770 McLaughlin Run Road. Some meetings may be held at the Community & Recreation Center located at 1551 Mayview Road or at other venues. Membership information and meeting schedules (including location) may be obtained from the Township’s Assistant Community Programs Coordinator, Chaz McCrommon, whose office is located in the Community & Recreation Center. Chaz may be reached via email at mccrommon@twpusc.org or by phone at 412.221.1099, Ext. 603. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Place: McLaughlin Run Activity Center (MAC) Fee(s): FREE resident program

Professional Artist Rikki Walsh will offer a hands-on art activity on the second Friday of each month. Options include watercolors, pastels, sculpting, and more! Date(s): September 8, October 13, December 8, January 13, February 10, March 10 *No Program November 10 Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Silver Card Program

A Silver Card is free and available to any residents of Upper St. Clair age 62 or older. Applications are available at the Community & Recreation Center. Proof of age and residency must be submitted at the time of application. Silver Card holders may use the Municipal three-hole golf course, tennis facilities (outdoor season only, no cost for permit), and participate in specified Community & Recreation Center programs, such as:

Zumba Gold Sculpt Zumba Gold Senior Fit Water Walking Hydro Strength T’ai Chi Boomer Balance & Flexibility Aqua Boot Camp

Gentle exercise for boomers and seniors incorporating an active warm up, stretching to promote flexibility, and special exercises to enhance balance Date(s): September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1, January 5, February 2, March 2 Time: 12:15 PM - 1:00 PM

Art Experience

Movie Matinees

Join seniors from around the area as we view old favorites and new releases on a big screen; pizza lunch and light refreshments served. Movie Day is the third Friday of the month. Date(s): September 15, October 20, November 17, December 15, January 19, February 16, March 16 Time: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Game Day

Cards? Mahjongg? Jigsaw puzzles? Tripoley? Bridge? Bring your friends or make new ones as you play the afternoon away. Game Day is the fourth Friday of the month. Date(s): September 22, October 27, December 22, January 26, February 23, March 23 *No Program November 24 Time: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Day Trip

The USC Department of Recreation and Leisure Services will be hosting a fall and winter day trip for adults. Day trips are open to all USC and surrounding community residents, no C&RC membership necessary. Fees will cover the cost of transportation, attractions, and meal. For more information, please contact Chaz McCrommon, Assistant Community Programs Coordinator, at 412-221-1099 Ext. 603 after September 4, 2017.

ACCESS and Port Authority Senior Citizen Program

Applications for the Port Authority Senior Citizen program and ACCESS Transportation are available at the Community & Recreation Center. Application must be made in person at the C&RC during business hours Monday through Friday. Proof of age (65 and up) and Allegheny County residency is required at the time of application. 27

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OMMUNITY & RECREATION CENTER

The Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park contains a wide range of amenities and programs for both children and adults. Amenities include:  Indoor Aquatic Center o Leisure pool with play structure and slides o 4 lane lap pool o Spa o Resistance channel  Outdoor Aquatic Center o Leisure pool with play structure and slides o Lily pad walk o Covered picnic pavilions  Fully equipped fitness floor  1/8 mile indoor walking track  Group exercise studios  Two basketball courts

CELEBRATE AT THE C&RC

What better way to be safe, have fun and learn than to host your next event in one of our pool-side party rooms or beautifully appointed Community Rooms. All rentals include a party greeter, access to the re­quested rooms as well as any amenities specified in the contract. All paper products, food, etc. shall be provided by the renter.

Aqua Party Room Rental

Aqua Party Rooms are available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evening or Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Each room has seating for 25, and a maximum capacity of 30 people (adults & children). For more information regarding room availability and rates, please call 412.221.1099 Ext. 613. *Please note: Party guests are permitted to use the indoor leisure pool and resistance channel. Use of any other facility amenities including the indoor lap pool, spa, outdoor pool, and gymnasium are prohibited.

Community Room Rental

Community Rooms are rented per individual room, but two or three rooms can combined to create a larger rental space. Private parties require a two hour minimum and business rentals require a one hour minimum. Occupancy and pricing is based on the needs of the event.

New! Gym Parties

MEMBERSHIPS

C&RC memberships are open to both USC residents and residents of surrounding communities. The following membership options are available in one year or three month contracts:  Youth- ages 2-17 years of age  Adult- ages 18-61 years of age  Family- includes all members of the immediate family (children under the age of 22) living within in the same household o *Extended relatives (in-laws, cousins, etc.) cannot be included in this package.  Senior- age 62 years of age and older To learn more about membership options and rates, please contact 412.221.1099 Ext. 607 or 622.

PLAYROOM

The Playroom accepts children age 8 weeks to 10 years old. Individual visits, punch cards and monthly childcare punch cards are available for purchase at the Control Desk. Children will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis until the maximum capacity is reached.

These parties are geared for children ages three- eight (38). Party package includes time in the Gymnasium with our staff and one hour of Community Room rental for up to 15 guests. Please call 412-221-1099 Ext. 613 for availability and rates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a security deposit required? Yes. A security deposit of $100 per room (plus the room rental fee) is re­quired at the time the rental contract is confirmed. May I have food at my party? Yes. Food and drinks are permitted in all room rentals. (Note: Food and drinks are not permitted in the indoor pool area and gymnasium.) *Alcohol is not permitted. May I arrive early to set-up my party? Yes. The renter is allotted 30 minutes for set-up and 15 minutes for clean-up on the day of the party. The party greeter will enforce these requirements and additional charges apply at the hourly rate if time is exceeded.

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QUATICS Aquatic Group Exercise Information Registration

 Registration for classes is available prior to the start of each

session. Once the session starts, members can register for the current session, but will pay for the entire session; no prorating. C&RC Member $6 per class USC Resident Non-Member $8 per class Surrounding Community Non-Member $10 per class *Participants must register for the entire 4 week session to receive rates listed above.

Aquatic Coupons

 Aquatic Coupons can be purchased and redeemed for entrance into all paid water exercise classes. All coupons are sold in booklets of four. C&RC Member $32 ($8 per class) USC Resident Non-Member $40 ($10 per class) Surrounding Community Non-Member $48 ($12 per class)

Aquatic Department Policies:

for Paid Classes  Proper swim attire is required. Cut-off shorts are not Drop-in  Drop-Ins are permitted the day class is scheduled provided permitted in the pool. slots are available.

Infants and non-potty trained children MUST wear swim Upon arriving to class, participants must present receipt to diapers with snug fitting elastic waistband and leg openings. the instructor. Only US Coast Guard approved life-jackets are to be used in C&RC Member the Aquatics Center. INFLATABLE FLOTATION DEVICES USC Resident Non-Member Surrounding Community Non-Member are NOT Permitted. Diving is prohibited in the Aquatic Center. All non-swimmers and children under 48” should be within arm’s reach of a supervising adult unless in 24” of water or less. Due to the high water temperature (101-104) of the spa, there is a 15 minute time limit. Please refrain from submerging your head or performing aerobic activities in the spa.

$10 per class $12 per class $14 per class

Aquatic Department Age Requirements:

Children under the age of 10 must be super­vised by an adult

in the pool area at ALL times. Children under the age of 10 years old are NOT per­mitted in the Spa. Children ages 10 to 13 years old (under age 14) must be accompanied by an adult in the Spa at ALL times.

Diaper Policy

In an effort to keep our pools clean of fecal matter, infants and toddlers are required to wear swim diapers or plastic pants. This requirement is for the health and safety of all patrons. Swim diapers may be purchased at the control desk for $1.00.

SAVE THE DATE A Note to Parents

Our lifeguards are highly trained to ensure that our facility is safe and enjoyable for all members and guests. However, they are not babysitters. Parents are expected to watch their children at all times and assist in enforcing the policies of the C&RC for the safety and enjoyment of all members and guests.

Scary Swim (Freaky Friday) Friday, October 20, 2017 6:00- 8:00 PM Scary Swim & Crafts Gather up your favorite ghouls and goblins for our family-friendly Scary Swim. Also, don’t forget to stop by the lobby to make some spooky crafts. Fee(s): FREE C&RC Members $8 per person Non-Members 29

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AMERICAN RED CROSS SWIM LESSIONS Level Level 1

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Parent and Child Aquatics

Skills Taught

6 months- approx. 3 years old Parent must accompany child to each class

Water familiarization and swimming readiness Provide safety information for parents and teach techniques parents can use to orient their children to the water

7:1 Student : Teacher

Level 2

6 months- approx. 3 years old Parent must accompany child to each class 7:1 Student : Teacher

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Prerequisites

Improve skills learned in Parent and Child Aquatics Level 1 and teach more advanced skills Continue to build water safety knowledge

Session Dates

Session I: September 11 – September 28 (mini Weekday) Session II: September 16- September 30 (mini Saturday) Session III: October 2- November 10 (Weekday), *no class on 10/31, Tuesday classes end 11/14 Session IV: October 7- November 11 (Saturday) Session V: November 27- December 15 (mini Weekday) Session VI: December 2- December 16 (mini Saturday) Session VII: January 8- February 16 (Weekday) Session VIII: January 13- February 17 (Saturday) Session IX: February 26- March 15 (mini weekday) Session X: March 3- March 17 (mini Saturday) All sessions include 6 classes with the exception of Session II.

Parent and Child Level 1

Tuesday Tuesday Thursday Thursday Saturday

10:00 AM - 10:25 AM 6:00 PM - 6:25 PM 10:00 AM - 10:25 AM 6:00 PM - 6:25 PM 10:00 AM - 10:25 AM

Parent and Child Aquatics Fees:

$40.00 Member per session $65.00 Resident Non-Member per session $85.00 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Parent and Child Level 2

Mini Session Fees:

10:30 AM - 10:55 AM 6:30 PM - 6:55 PM 10:30 AM - 10:55 AM 6:30 PM - 6:55 PM 10:30 AM - 10:55 AM

$20.00 Member per session $33.00 Resident Non-Member per session $43.00 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

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Preschool Aquatics Level 1

Preschool Group Swim Lessons

Prerequisites

Skills Taught

4-5 years old* *3 year olds may enroll upon successful completion of Parent and Child Level 2

Entering and exiting water safely Submerging mouth nose and eyes Blowing bubbles Front and back glide 2 body lengths (assisted) Back float Arm and hand treading action Alternating and simultaneous arm and leg action on front & back

4-5 years old* *3 year olds may enroll upon successful completion of Parent and Child Level 2 Travel at least 5 yards (walk, swim, or using the wall) Submerge to mouth and blow bubbles at least 3 seconds Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back and float for 3 seconds (assisted)

Entering and exiting water using ladder, steps, or side Bobbing 5 times Front and back glide 2 body lengths (unassisted) Front and back float Arm and leg treading action 15 seconds Combined arm and leg action on front and back 3 body lengths

4-5 years old* *3 year olds may enroll upon successful completion of Parent and Child Level 2 Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, float on back 15 seconds, recover vertically Glide on back 2 body lengths, roll to front, recover vertically Combined arm and leg actions 3 body lengths, roll to back float 15 seconds, roll to front continue front swim for 3 body lengths

Entering water by jumping Fully submerge and hold breath 10 seconds Bobbing 10 times Rotary breathing Front floats 10 seconds Back glide 3 body lengths Back float 15 seconds Tread water 30 seconds Combined arm and leg action on front & back 5 body lengths

4-5 years old* *3 year olds may enroll upon successful completion of Parent and Child Level 2 Push off bottom into treading or floating position 15 seconds, swim on front or back 5 body lengths Back float 15 seconds, roll to front, recover vertically Combined arm and leg action 5 body lengths, roll to back float 15 seconds, roll to front and continue swimming 5 body lengths

Diving from seated and kneeling position Deep water floating on front and back and treading Streamlined position push off from wall Front and back crawl Elementary backstroke

4:1 Student : Teacher Preschool Aquatics Level 2

4:1 Student : Teacher Preschool Aquatics Level 3

4:1 Student : Teacher Advanced Preschool Aquatics

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Session I: September 11 – September 28 (mini Weekday) Session II: September 16- September 30 (mini Saturday) Session III: October 2- November 10 (Weekday), *no class on 10/31, Tuesday classes end 11/14 Session IV: October 7- November 11 (Saturday) Session V: November 27- December 15 (mini Weekday)

Session VI: December 2- December 16 (mini Saturday) Session VII: January 8- February 16 (Weekday) Session VIII: January 13- February 17 (Saturday) Session IX: February 26- March 15 (mini weekday) Session X: March 3- March 17 (mini Saturday)

All sessions include 6 lessons Preschool Level 1 Monday 9:30 AM - 9:55 AM Tuesday 9:30 PM - 9:55 PM Wednesday 1:00 PM - 1:25 PM Wednesday 5:00 PM - 5:25 PM Thursday 1:00 PM - 1:25 PM Thursday 5:00 PM - 5:25 PM Saturday 9:00 AM - 9:25 AM Saturday 9:30 AM - 9:55 AM

Preschool Level 2 10:00 AM - 10:25 AM 10:00 AM - 10:25 AM 1:30 PM - 1:55 PM 5:30 PM - 5:55 PM 1:30 PM - 1:55 PM 5:30 PM - 5:55 PM 9:00 AM - 9:25 AM 9:30 AM - 9:55 AM

Preschool Level 3 Advanced Preschool Monday 10:30 AM- 10:55 AM 6:00 PM - 6:25 PM Tuesday 10:30 AM - 10:55 AM 6:00 PM - 6:25 PM Wednesday 2:00 PM - 2:25 PM 12:30 PM - 12:55 PM Wednesday 6:00 AM - 6:25 AM Thursday 2:00 PM - 2:25 PM 12:30 PM - 12:55 PM Thursday 6:00 PM - 6:25 PM Saturday 10:00 AM - 10:25 AM 11:00 AM - 11:25 AM Saturday 10:30 AM - 10:55 AM Fees: $59.00 Member per session • $72.00 Resident Non-Member per session • $88.00 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session Mini Session Fees:

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Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills

Youth Group Swim Lessons

Prerequisites

Skills Taught

6 years old and up

Blowing bubbles through mouth and nose Opening eyes underwater and retrieving objects Front and back glide 2 body lengths (assisted) Back float Arm and hand treading action Alternating and simultaneous arm and leg action on front and back 2 body lengths

6 years old and up Travel 5 yards (walk, swim, or using wall) Bob 5 times Glide on front 2 body lengths, roll to back float for 5 seconds, recover vertically (assisted)

Submerge under water 10 seconds Rotary breathing Front and Back glide two body lengths Front and back floating Arm and leg treading action Combined arm & leg actions on front & back 5 body lengths

6 years old and up Tread or float 15 seconds, swim on front or back 5 body lengths, and recover vertically Back float 15 seconds, roll to front and swim 5 body lengths, roll to back for 15 seconds, recover vertically

Dive from sitting and kneeling position Survival floating Treading 1 minute Front crawl, back crawl, and elementary backstroke 15 yards Breaststroke and dolphin kick

6 years old and up Tread/float 1 minute Front crawl 25 yards Elementary backstroke 25 yards

Diving Open turns for Front and Back crawl Tread 2 minutes Front crawl and elementary backstroke 25 yards Back crawl, Breaststroke, and Butterfly 15 yards Dolphin kick

6 years old and up Front crawl 25 yards followed by elementary backstroke 25 yards Breaststroke 15 yards Back crawl 15 yards

Shallow angle diving Flipturns for front crawl and back crawl Tread 5 minutes Front crawl and elementary backstroke 50 yards Breaststroke and Butterfly 25 yards Sidestroke Skulling

6 years old and up Front crawl 50 yards Elementary backstroke 50 yards Butterfly 25 yards Back crawl 25 yards Breaststroke 25 yards

Focusing on stroke technique Front crawl and elementary backstroke 100 yards Back crawl, Breaststroke, and Butterfly 50 yards Open turns and Flip turns Diving Learning swimming fundamentals (sets, pace clock, circle swimming)

6 years old and up Front crawl 50 yards Elementary backstroke 50 yards Butterfly 25 yards Back crawl 25 yards Breaststroke 25 yards

Building endurance Front crawl and elementary backstroke 100 yards Back crawl, Breaststroke, and Butterfly 50 yards Open turns and Flip turns Dives Learning swimming fundamentals (sets, pace clock, circle swimming)

5:1 Student : Teacher Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills

5:1 Student : Teacher Level 3: Stroke Development

5:1 Student : Teacher Level 4: Stroke Improvement

5:1 Student : Teacher Level 5: Stroke Refinement

5:1 Student : Teacher Level 6: Skill Proficiency

5:1 Student : Teacher Level 6: Fitness Swimmer

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Session I: September 11 – September 28 (mini Weekday) Session II: September 16- September 30 (mini Saturday) Session III: October 2- November 10 (Weekday), *no class on 10/31, Tuesday classes end 11/14 Session IV: October 7- November 11 (Saturday) Session V: November 27- December 15 (mini Weekday)

Session VI: December 2- December 16 (mini Saturday) Session VII: January 8- February 16 (Weekday) Session VIII: January 13- February 17 (Saturday) Session IX: February 26- March 15 (mini weekday) Session X: March 3- March 17 (mini Saturday)

All sessions include 6 lessons Level 1 Level 2 Monday 6:00 PM- 6:40 PM 6:30 PM- 7:10 PM Tuesday 6:00 PM- 6:40 PM 6:30 PM- 7:10 PM Saturday 10:00 AM- 10:40 AM 10:45 AM- 11:25 AM Level 4 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday

6:30 PM - 7:10 PM 6:30 PM - 7:10 PM 9:45 AM - 10:25 AM

Level 5 7:15 PM - 7:55 PM 7:15 PM - 7:55 PM 9:00 AM - 9:40 AM

Level 6 Skill Proficiency

5:15 PM - 5:55 PM 5:15 PM - 5:55 PM

Level 3 6:45 PM- 7:25 PM 6:45 PM- 7:25 PM 11:15 AM- 11:55 AM Level 6 Fitness Swimmer

11:30 AM- 12:10 PM

Fees: $54.00 Member per session • $66.00 Resident Non-Member per session • $88.00 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session Mini Session Fees: 32

$27.00 Member per session • $33.00 Resident Non-Member per session • $44.00 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session www.twpusc.org


Private Swim Lessons

Private swim lessons are available for all ages (children and adults) through the Aquatics Department at the C&RC. Each lesson is one half hour in length, and will be scheduled based on both the participant and instructors availability. To register for private lessons, please stop by the registration window at the C&RC, and complete a Private Swim Lesson Registration & Agreement Forms. Once complete, you will be contacted to confirm the date(s), time(s), and instructor for your lesson(s). For more information, please contact Samantha Appleton at ext. 614 or appleton@twpusc.org. 3 Lessons 6 Lessons 10 Lessons 20 Lessons

Member $102 $195 $280 $540

Non- Member $120 $222 $333 $620

ADULT AQUATIC PROGRAMS Session I: September 5 - October 1 Session II: October 2 - October 29 Session III: October 30 - November 26 Session IV: November 27 - December 23 Session V: January 8 - February 4 Session VI: February 5 - March 4 Session VII: March 5 - April 1 Adult Learn to Swim: Learning the Basics

This course is designed to help participants gain basic aquatic skills and swimming strokes. Participants will learn skills and concepts needed to stay safe in and around water and to help themselves or others in an aquatic emergency. Day(s): Tuesday Time: 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Day(s): Thursday Time: 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM Place: Indoor Aquatics Pool - Lane 1 Age Requirement: 16 Years Old Fee(s): $45.00 Member per session $58 Non-Member per session

Adult Learn to Swim: Improving Skills and Swimming Strokes

Geared towards intermediate swimmers, this Swimming class offers new swim workouts every day. This course is designed to improve participants’ proficiency in basic aquatic skills and strokes. This class will also assist swimmers in learning to build endurance. Participants should have some understanding of freestyle, backstroke, and/or breaststroke. Ideal candidates for the class should also be comfortable swimming more than one length of the pool at a time. Maximum participants per class: 6 Day(s): Tuesday Time: 7:30 AM - 8:15 AM

Day(s): Thursday Time: 7:30 AM - 8:15 AM Age Requirement: 16 Years Old Fee(s): $45 Member per session $58 Non-Member per session

Fitness Swimming Session Dates Session I: September 13 – October 20 Session II: November 1 – December 15 *No classes on 11/24 Session III: January 3 – February 9 Session IV: February 21 – March 30 Fitness Swimming for Adults Perfect for tri-athletes and former competitive swimmers, the Fitness Swimming class offers new swim workouts each morning. While endurance is the primary goal of this class, our instructor will also be available to correct stroke technique and suggest drills for further improvement. Participants should be proficient in freestyle, backstroke, and breast stroke, and be able to swim a minimum of 300 yards continuously. Maximum participants per class: 6 Day(s): Tuesday/Thursday Age Requirement: 16 Years Old Time: 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM Fee(s): $90 Member per session $115 Non-Member per session

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WATER EXERCISE

Session I: September 5 - October 1 Session II: October 2 - October 29 Session III: October 30 - November 26 Session IV: November 27 - December 23

Hydro Strength

Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only

Free trial week: January 2 - January 7 Session V: January 8 - February 4 Session VI: February 5 - March 4 Session VII: March 5 - April 1

Group Exercise Free Trial Week January 2 – 7, 2018 All group exercise classes (fitness and aquatics) are FREE for Members and Non-Members. *Class space may be limited. Participants will be taken on a first come, first served basis.

Aqua Interval

Participants in this class will continuously rotate through aerobic and strengthening exercises in this heart-pumping cardiovascular workout. This class can be modified to accommodate the intensity levels of all participants; it is suitable for all levels. Day(s): Monday/Wednesday Time: 7:15 PM - 8:00 PM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): $48 Member per session $64 Resident Non-Member per session $80 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Deep Sea Aerobics

This is a challenging high intensity workout exclusively in the deep end of the pool. Flotation belts are used to keep you afloat while you perform aerobic & resistance training and increase balance, flexibility and core strength. Day(s): Monday Time: 9:30 -10:15AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): $24 Member per session $32 Resident Non-Member per session $40 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Gentle Movement

Based off of guidelines set by the Arthritis Foundation, this is a gentle yet effective water class that takes place in both the shallow and deep ends of the pool. This class focuses on range of motion exercises for the joints and improving stamina and flexibility/ balance in a very safe, low impact environment. Day(s): Monday/ Friday Time: Monday 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Friday 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): $48 Member per session $64 Resident Non-Member per session $80 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Class participants will focus on a total body strengthening routine which uses multiple pieces of resistance training equipment. Day(s): Tuesday/ Wednesday/Thursday Time: Tuesday 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Wednesday 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Thursday 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): Free Member / Guest per Session

Aqua HIIT

This is a High Intensity Interval Training class in the water. This class uses the water as resistance as well as weights to increase the intensity of the workout. Be prepared to work hard for short 20 second time-based intervals followed by 10 seconds recovery period. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 8:30 AM- 9:15 AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): Free Member / Guest per Session

Aqua Step and Core

For 30 minutes this class utilizes Aqua Steps to deliver a low impact, high intensity cardio workout. The second half of class utilizes aquatic equipment in the deep water for a full range of motion core workout. No swimming ability is required. Day(s): Tuesday Time: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): Free Member / Guest per Session

Aqua Boot Camp

If you’re looking for a great jump-start to your usual routine, aqua boot camp is the answer. Classes will be held in both shallow and deep water, and will combine a variety of fast paced, high intensity aerobic movements. Day(s): Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Saturday Time: Tuesday 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Thursday 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Saturday 6:45 AM - 7:45 AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): Free Member / Guest per Session

Water Walking

A great alternative for anyone who frequently walks indoors or outdoors, participants in this class will utilize a variety of aerobic movements to push against the water’s natural resistance. Day(s): Monday/Friday Time: Monday 9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Friday 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM Age Requirement: Adult Fee(s): Free Member / Guest per Session

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AMERICAN RED CROSS CERTIFICATIONS

PrerequisitesMinimum age of 15 on or before the final day of the course and bring a copy of a driver’s license, state identification, birth certificate or passport to first class to verify age; swim 300 yards (12 lengths of pool) continuously using front crawl and breaststroke; start in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10-lb object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to starting point with the object, exit the water without using a ladder or steps, within 1 minute, 40 seconds; tread water for 2 minutes using legs only. ***Must attend ALL classes, pass all writing exams (minimum of 80%), perform all required skills with 100% accuracy, and pass final scenario to complete certification ***

Lifeguard Course-

Blended Learning

This course requires participants to complete online learning prior to in-class skills sessions. Please make sure to provide a valid email address when completing registration.

Certification: Lifeguarding/First Aid: 2 years; CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer: 2 years Fee(s): $180 Member without book, or $215 w/book $205 Resident Non-member without book, or $240 w/book $230 SCNM without book, or $265 w/book The 2017 ARC Manual is required for all class dates. You may buy a hard copy of the book or you can download a free copy of the book at www.redcross.org.

The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatics emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. The blended learning format allows students to work independently on theory through a series of informational videos and tutorials. They then present what skills they learned in a hands-on class. Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Registration Deadline Thursday, September 21st, 2017

Registration Deadline Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Registration Deadline Thursday, March 29th, 2018

Monday, September 25th 4PM-9PM

Tuesday, February 20th 4PM-9PM

Tuesday, April 3rd 4PM-9PM

Tuesday, September 26th Thursday, February 22nd 4PM-10PM 4PM-10PM Wednesday, September 27th Tuesday, February 27th 4PM-9PM 4PM-9PM Thursday, September 28th Thursday, March 1st 4PM-10PM 4PM-10PM Course Length: Approximately 7 hours, 25 minutes for online learning Approximately 19 hours for in-class skills* *Course times may vary to include breaks

Thursday, April 5th 4PM-10PM Tuesday, April 10th 4PM-9PM Thursday, April 12th 4PM-10PM

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Lifeguard Review

Version: r.2017 (There are a few changes from the 2012 version of the course, it is highly recommended to review the 2017 lifeguarding manual before the first class date). Course Length: Approximately 12 hours Certification: Lifeguarding/First Aid: 2 years; CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer: 2 years Requirements- Must have current American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certification or if the certification is within 30 days of the expiration date. Please bring a copy of your ARC lifeguarding certification to the first day of course. Manual: r.2017 ARC Manual is required for all class dates. You may buy a hard copy of the book or you can download a free copy of the book at www.redcross.org/participantmaterials ***Must attend ALL classes, pass all writing exams (minimum of 80%), perform all required skills with 100% accuracy, and pass final scenarios to complete certification Fee(s): $140 Member without book, or $175 w/book $160 Resident Non-Member without book, or $195 w/ book $175 SCNM without book, or $210 w/book The 2017 ARC Manual is required for all class dates. You may buy a hard copy of the book or you can download a free copy of the book at www.redcross.org.

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Tuesday, October 3 5:00 PM – 10:00PM

Tuesday, December 19 5:00 PM – 10:00PM

Tuesday, March 6 5:00 PM – 10:00PM

Thursday, October 5 5:00 PM – 10:00PM

Thursday, December 21 5:00 PM – 10:00PM

Thursday, March 8 5:00 PM – 10:00PM

Lifeguard Instructor Course

Lifeguard Instructor (LGI) candidates must be 17 years of age, able to demonstrate 300-yards continuous swim, using the front crawl and breaststroke; retrieve a 10lb. weight from 7-feet of water, swim 20-yards; with legs only tread water with hands out of water for two minutes. Lifeguard Instructor (LGI) candidates must be able to dem­ onstrate proficient Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, Standard First Aid, land and water skills, and pass a pre-course written exam with a score of at least 80 percent. NOTE: Instructor candidates must have current basic certifications in the following: Lifeguarding, Standard First Aid, and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. Proof of current basic certifications is required on the first day of class. Registration Deadline: April 16th, 2018. Date(s): Thursday, April 19th, 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM Friday, April 20th, 8:00 AM – 6:30 PM Fee(s): $400.00 Place: Indoor Aquatics Pool – Lane 4 ***Must attend all classes, pass all writing exams, and perform all required skills with 100% accuracy to complete certification.

Water Safety Instructor Course

This course is not designed to teach you basic-level swimming skills. It is dedicated to developing the knowledge and skills you will need to plan and teach courses in the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety program. To enroll, participants must be at least 16 years of age, and must pass a pre-course skill assessment consisting of a 25-yard swim using each of the following strokes: Crawl Stroke, Back Crawl, Breaststroke, Sidestroke, Elementary Backstroke and Butterfly (15 yards). Registration Deadline: December 11th, 2017. Date(s):Monday, December 18th Thursday, December 21st 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Fee(s): $195 Member $215 USC Resident $225 Surrounding Community, Non-Member **Participants must attend all classes, without exception. Additional 6.75 hours of online class work is required prior to class completion. Additional times may be included depending upon class pace and size.

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F

ITNESS

Our goal as the Fitness Department is to ensure all members and guests have the opportunity to become acquainted with all of the Fitness Department amenities. We hope that you enjoy our facility, and take full advantage of the quality services that we provide. The Fitness Area is mainly an adult driven area but welcoming to children when supervised.

Complimentary Fitness Services

New Member Fitness Orientation- two informational sessions (30-60 minutes) will provide members with the chance to get orientated with the fitness center, assess goals, and create a program. The first meeting is an orientation and fitness testing using the Polar Body Age Assessment Software. The second meeting will consist of a meeting with a personal trainer for a complimentary PT session to kick-start your fitness journey. Parent and Child Orientation- an informational session (30 minute to 1 hour) for parents and their children ages 1013. It will provide both the parent and the child with the basics of how to utilize the cardio equipment properly and safely, in addition to reviewing the general fitness guidelines. Sign up for an orientation at the Fitness Desk. (Note: This is not a Personal Training Session.) Introduction to Strength- is a required program for children ages 14 and 15, and is available to those over age 15. The individual will be educated as how to properly use free weights and develop a well-rounded program. In addition, they will review the basic weightlifting rules, etiquette and fitness floor guidelines. (See page 2 for additional details.)

General Fitness Department Policies:

Cell phone usage is prohibited in the fitness area. A 30min time limit on cardio equipment will be enforced during busy hours.

Strollers are not permitted on the track at any time. Personal training is offered by certified C&RC Staff. Non-

General Group Exercise Information

Classes are designed for participants age 15 and older. Individual’s age 13-14 years old interested in participating in classes must be directly supervised by an adult.

In order to not disrupt the flow of class, we ask that you arrive to class on time or no later than 10 minutes.

township approved training is prohibited in all areas of the C&RC.

Free classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis at

We ask all members to clean equipment after each use with

If you are new to group exercise, introduce yourself to the

Fitness Department Age Guidelines:

All bags, coats, and other personal items are to be placed

All group exercise classes are scheduled in 4 week sessions

cleaning wipes located throughout the fitness area.

Children under 10 years old are only permitted to use

the track and are required to be directly supervised by an adult 18 years or older.  Children 10-13 years old are only permitted to use the cardio equipment and track and are required to be directly supervised by a parent/guardian age 18yrs or older.  Children 14 years and older are permitted to utilize the fitness area unsupervised ** **Children 14-15 years old are required to complete Intro to Strength Training Orientation prior to using strength equipment.  Children age 15 and under are required to sign in upon entering the fitness area.

Fitness Department Attire Guidelines:

 Family friendly attire is required in the fitness dept. The

mid-section (abs/lower back and chest) must be covered at all times.  Tennis shoes or appropriate closed-toe and closed-heel work-out shoes are required. Neither street shoes nor black-soled shoes of any kind are permitted in the GYM, with the exception of non-marking black-soled shoes.

the time of the class.

instructor and remember to go at your own pace. in hallway or locker-room lockers. unless otherwise noted.

FAMILY GYM

Volleyball • Basketball • Lowered Hoops Fridays: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Saturdays: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Sundays: 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM n for The deep end of the lap pool is also ope FAMILY SWIM!

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PERSONAL TRAINING SERVICES Meet your goals with the help of a Fitness Professional. A Personal Trainer will design a safe, effective and personalized fitness program, keep you accountable and help you maintain your motivation. A variety of training options are available. These include but are not limited to one-on-one training, semi-private training or small group trainings. Select an option that allows you to reach your goals!

Health and Wellness Packages

Stay committed to your exercise program with one-on-one guidance from a fitness professional. Programs are designed to help you achieve your goals in a progressive manner. Four session, eight session or twelve session* packages are available for purchase. Each session lasts either1-hour or 30 minutes. C&RC Member

Individual

Adults age 22-61

Senior

Adults age 62 and up

Student Athlete Youth age 12-21

Resident Non-Member

Surrounding Community Non-Member

$55 per hour

$60 per hour

$65 per hour

$35 per hour

$40 per hour

$45 per hour

$40 per hour

$45 per hour

$50 per hour

*Receive a 10% discount on purchases of 12 session packages*

Body Age Assessment

Is your body older or younger than your chronological age? Do you need a little motivation to kick-start your exercise routine? Get started with the Body Age Fitness Assessment. Utilizing the Polar Body Age Assessment Software, the trainer will provide you with an assessment based on your body’s vital statistics, giving you a report that reflects your true body age. This consultation with a personal trainer will provide you with a starting point to move forward and meet your goals in a safe and effective manner. Schedule your appointment now. Purchase the Body Age Assessment and receive ONE complimentary personal training session to help you get started. Fee(s): $20 Members $30 Non-Members

• New Client Special •

3 Personal Training Sessions for $99 Offer valid for all new personal training clients. No membership necessary **This does not include The Motivator Fitness Assessment.

HOLIDAY PROMOTION 25% off all Personal Training services and Nutrition Services *Sessions must be purchased December 1, 2017- January 31, 2018.

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SPECIALTY FITNESS PROGRAMS Intro to Strength

Prior to utilizing the strength equipment in the Fitness Department, children ages 14-15 years old are required to complete the Intro to Strength Orientation. This guided orientation will demonstrate appropriate ways to utilize all equipment as well as explain the general rules of the Fitness Department. A registration form and waiver must be completed and returned to the control desk. An instructor will be in contact to schedule a day and time to complete training. Days/Dates: Determined by Instructor and trainee Time: Determined by Instructor and trainee Fee(s): FREE Member

Fit City Challenge

Are you FIT? Come join us as we compete against other recreation centers to see who is the fittest city. Whether your goal is to get stronger, lose weight, or both, this will be a true test of physical fitness. Track your fitness progress using the leaderboard on the Bestest App, and utilize workouts provided to you through Virtuagym App. Weekly weigh-ins, challenges and workouts will be provided throughout the program. Program begins January 18, 2017- specific days and times TBA Fee(s): $75 Members $130 Non-Members Additional information will be provided in early fall.

SAVE THE DATE Color Crawl- Sparkle Edition

Saturday, October 28, 2017 10:00 AM Packet Pick-Up @ 9:00 AM Join the C&RC for our 3rd annual Halloween inspired Color Crawl! Run or walk 2 miles with friends and family while being doused with vibrant COLOR! Be sure to join us this year as we bring in the sparkle and a few other surprises! For more information, please see page 4.

Coming Om for the Holidays

Sunday, December 10, 2017 12:30PM – 2:00PM Come breathe deeply, let go of stress, and recharge your body and mind during the busy holiday season!

Very Merry Mix

Saturday, December 23, 2017 & Saturday, December 30, 2017 10:15AM – 12:00PM Three of your favorite group exercise classes rolled into a one Thanksgiving Spin-A-Thon and a half hour long workout. Friday, November 24, 2017 Space is limited. Please register at front desk. A donation of 3 A great way to burn off your Thanksgiving feast! Classes are non-perishable food items is required at time of registration. FREE with a donation. 3 class times available: Winter Wellness Dash 9:30AM – 10:30AM – one hour class Saturday, January 13, 2018 12:30PM – 1:15PM – 45 minute 12:00 PM 1:20PM – 2:05PM – 45 minute Start your New Year off right by attending our annual 1 mile run/walk. It’s a great winter activity for family & friends. Open ZUMBA® Jingle Jam to all ages and fitness levels. For more information, please see Saturday, December 9, 2017 page 5. 11:00AM – 12:30PM Join us for a holiday ZUMBA dance party. Wear your jingle Valentine’s Day Workout bells!! Sunday, February 11, 2018 12:30PM – 2:30PM Fun, partner based boot camp and yoga classes! Bring your significant other, family member or friend!

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YOGA

Welcome to The Rooted Tree Mind Body Studio.

We offer a variety of Yoga and Pilates practices, including Pilates Reformer, to suit all of your needs and fitness levels. Let our certified instructors guide you through a safe and effective workout in the tranquil surroundings of our new updated studio. Session I: September 5 – October 1 (No classes 9/4) Session II: October 2 – October 29 Session III: October 30 – November 26 Session IV: November 27 – December 23 Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only FREE TRIAL WEEK 2018: January 2 – January 7 Session V: January 8 – February 4 Session VI: February 5 – March 4 Session VII: March 5 – April 1

30 Days of Yoga for $30

Take any number of yoga classes for one flat rate of $30. Upon purchase, participants will receive a pass good for 30 consecutive days. This pass grants access to the following classes: All Levels Yoga, Power Yoga, Power Yoga Flow, Prenatal Yoga, and Restorative Yoga. Participants MUST PRESENT PASS to the instructor upon entrance into any yoga class.

Yoga Participation Fees Registration

Coupon Book

Drop-In

C&RC Member

$24 per session*

$32 per book**

$10 per class

USC Resident Non-Member

$32 per session*

$40 per book**

$12 per class

Surrounding Community Non-Member

$40 per session*

$48 per book**

$14 per class

*Registration applies to one 4 week session of one specific yoga class. **Coupon books contain four coupons. Each coupon grants access to any yoga or Non-Reformer Pilates class. One class per coupon.

All Levels Yoga

Yoga is energizing, strengthening and invigorating both physically and mentally. This flow style class is GREAT for everyone. Postures will be linked with Vinyasa (flowing movement) for an energetic practice. New beginners through advanced students will enjoy the benefits of this class. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM Place: Lounge

Power Yoga

Power Flow Yoga

A class for all levels, we will use a flowing sequence of yoga postures that will build strength, increase flexibility and balance. This dynamic Vinyasa series links breath with movement while practicing effort and ease.

Day(s): Monday Time: 4:25 PM – 5:25 PM Place: Studio 1

Power yoga combines stretching, strengthening moves and basic calisthenics type exercise. Power Yoga offers continuous movement from one position to the next, creating an effective aerobic workout. This class is best suited for intermediate to advanced students. Day(s): Friday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Saturday Time: 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Place: Studio 1

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Prenatal Yoga / All Levels Yoga

Prenatal Yoga applies postures, breathing, and meditation to help soothe the challenges of pregnancy, and to prepare expectant mothers for both delivery and postpartum recuperation. These classes will build strength, focus and flexibility through a gentle practice designed especially for the pregnant woman’s needs. This class is open to any fitness level participant, male and female who want to experience a wonderful class. Day(s): Thursday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Place: Lounge Fee(s): $24 Member per session $32 Resident Non-member per session $40 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

PILATES SESSION DATES Session I: September 5 – October 1 (No classes 9/4) Session II: October 2 – October 29 Session III: October 30 – November 26 Session IV: November 27 – December 23 Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only FREE TRIAL WEEK 2018: January 2 – January 7 Session V: January 8 – February 4 Session VI: February 5 – March 4 Session VII: March 5 – April 1

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is a gentle, calming, therapeutic kind of yoga that uses props to support the body as it eases into relaxation and balance. All levels welcome including participants working with injury, or sensitivity. Day(s): Monday Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM Place: Studio 1 Fee(s): $24 Member per session $32 Resident Non-member per session $40 Surrounding Community Non-Member per session

Barre-Pilates Fusion & Mat Pilates Participation Fees Registration

Coupon Book

Drop-In

C&RC Member

N/A*

N/A**

FREE

USC Resident Non-Member

N/A*

$40 per book**

$12 per class

H.I.I.T. with Yoga

Surrounding N/A* $48 $14 High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) is a full body workout Community per book** per class that alternate periods of relatively intense work with periods of Non-Member less intense work or rest. Yoga is the practice of poses that comN/A* N/A** $5 bines deep breathing with slow strengthening movements and All Non-Members stretches which are so important for overall health and flexibility. Age 55 and older per class Day(s): Wednesday *Registration is not available for Pilates classes listed below. Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM **Coupon books contain four coupons. Each coupon grants access Place: Studio 2 to any yoga or Non-Reformer Pilates class. One class per coupon. Fee(s): FREE Member

Reverse Warrior

A yoga inspired class with stretching, strengthening and lengthening to reverse the effects of the weekday and weekend warrior. Day(s): Friday Time:  5:45AM - 6:45AM Place:   Studio 1 Fee(s): FREE Member THIS CLASS WILL NOT START UNTIL SESSION II - Friday, October 6, 2017

Foam Rolling/Stretching

Foam rolling teaches the basics of using a foam roller to lengthen fascia and muscles, improve flexibility, function & performance and helps reduce injury. This class includes stretching, core and range of motion exercises. Day(s): Monday Time: 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM Place: Studio 1 Fee(s): FREE Member

Day(s): Wednesday Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Place: Studio 1 Fee(s): FREE Member

Barre-Pilates Fusion

This is an intense workout that combines isometrics, interval training, and classic mat pilates to reshape and elongate the muscles. The first 30 minutes are at the barre with stretching, micro-movements and sustained positions, and the following 30 minutes are on the mat. You will engage your mind and body the entire workout leaving you with improved stamina and enhancing the way you look and feel. Day(s): Monday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 11:00 AM -12:00 PM Place: Studio 2

Day(s): Friday Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Place: Studio 2

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Mat Pilates

Mat Pilates classes strengthen and tone all of the body’s core muscles through targeted exercises. Mat Pilates challenge you to focus on specific muscle groups while building core strength. Strong core muscles support the spine and reduce back pain. No Pilates experience is necessary, this class is appropriate for students of all ability levels. Day(s): Monday Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Place: Lounge

A workout designed for all fitness levels and abilities, this workout combines beginning Pilates reformer exercises with stretches and postural patterns. Learn proper alignment and breathing techniques to maximize your workout. Strength building through controlled exercises will be sure to improve posture, flexibility and core power. Day(s): Monday Time: 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Friday Time: 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Wednesday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Studio 1

Pilates Reformer II

Delivers the Pilates experience in a fun and balanced fitness workout that is perfect for intermediate to advanced participants. An effective fusion of reformer exercises with traditional weight exercises, teaching participants to work from their core and gain new body awareness and definition. This class also incorporates jump board for an added cardio/ core workout. For participants with no prior or limited reformer experience, it is highly recommended and strongly encouraged to take Pilates Reformer I.

Day(s): Saturday Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Place: Studio 1

PIYO

This class is a combination of mat pilates and yoga to create a core strengthening and flexibility workout. Day(s): Sunday Time: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Place: Studio 1

Pilates Reformer Participation Fees Registration

Coupon Book

Drop-In

$64 per session*

N/A**

$18 per class

USC Resident Non-Member

$72 per session*

N/A**

$20 per class

Surrounding Community Non-Member

$80 per session*

N/A**

$22 per class

C&RC Member

Pilates Reformer I

*Registration applies to one 4 week session of one specific Pilates Reformer class. **No coupons are accepted for Pilates Reformer classes.

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Wednesday Time: 8:15 AM – 9:15 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Thursday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Thursday Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 PM Place: Studio 1

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CYCLING Strength for Cycling Participation Fees

SESSION DATES Session I: September 5 – October 1 (No classes 9/4) Session II: October 2 – October 29 Session III: October 30 – November 26 Session IV: November 27 – December 23 Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only FREE TRIAL WEEK 2018: January 2 – January 7 Session V: January 8 – February 4 Session VI: February 5 – March 4 Session VII: March 5 – April 1 Cycling Participation Fees C&RC Member

Registration Coupon Book Drop-In $16 per $24 per $8 per session* book** class

USC Resident Non-Member

$24 per session*

$32 per book**

$10 per class

Surrounding Community Non-Member

$32 per session*

$40 per book**

$12 per class

*Registration applies to one 4 week session of one specific cycling class. **Coupon books contain four coupons. Each coupon grants access to any cycling class. One class per coupon.

Registration

Coupon Book

Drop-In

C&RC Member

N/A*

N/A**

FREE

USC Resident Non-Member

N/A*

$32 per book**

$12 per class

Surrounding Community Non-Member

N/A*

$40 per book**

$14 per class

All NonMembers Age 55 and older

N/A*

N/A**

$5 per class

*Registration is not available for this class. **Coupon books contain four coupons. Each coupon grants access to any cycling class. One class per coupon.

Strength for Cycling

An intense 45-minute strength workout specifically targeting the muscles used for riding. All levels welcome. Day(s): Thursday Time: 5:45 AM – 6:30 AM Place: Studio 2

Cycling

Let the instructor and the music motivate you over hills, jumps and flat roads for a high intensity workout that is good for all fitness levels. Day(s): Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday Time: 5:45 AM – 6:45 AM Place: Studio 2

Day(s): Tuesday and Thursday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Place: Studio 2

Day(s): Wednesday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Place: Studio 1

Day(s): Thursday Time: 7:30PM – 8:30PM Place: Studio 2

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GENERAL GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES Country Heat

SESSION DATES Session I: September 5 – October 1 (No classes 9/4) Session II: October 2 – October 29 Session III: October 30 – November 26 Session IV: November 27 – December 23 Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only FREE TRIAL WEEK 2018: January 2 – January 7 Session V: January 8 – February 4 Session VI: February 5 – March 4 Session VII: March 5 – April 1

Group Exercise Participation Fees

C&RC Member

Registration

Coupon Book

Drop-In

N/A*

N/A**

FREE

Step right into this easy to follow, completely exhilarating, country dance inspired workout! You will enjoy this low-impact, high-energy dance class set to country hits. Day(s): Tuesday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Studio 1

Zumba & Bollywood

This dance class is a Zumba fusion of Latin and Bollywood inspired dance styles. Day(s): Friday Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Place: Studio 2

Piloxing

A unique and exciting interval fusion of boxing, Pilates and dance. It blends the power, speed and agility of boxing with the targeted sculpting and flexibility of Pilates. This low impact program also utilizes weighted gloves to give you a muscle Surrounding N/A* $48 per $14 per toning, fat-burning workout that will make you feel physically Community book** class*** and mentally empowered. Non-Member Day(s): Tuesday *Registration is not available for these classes. Time: 8:15 AM – 9:15 AM **Coupon books contain four coupons. Each coupon grants access Place: Studio 2 USC Resident Non-Member

N/A*

$40 per book**

$12 per class***

to any aerobics class. One class per coupon. ***Drop-ins are available for all classes at the prices listed above, except Dance Cardio Fitness, Dance It Out, and Country Heat, which have a $5 drop-in rate for all non-members.

Day(s): Friday Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Place: Studio

Dance Cardio Fitness

When the beat drops, get ready to shake it up! This is a high intensity aerobic dance fitness class where you can sweat it out to Latin jams and today’s hits. Day(s): Monday or Wednesday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Studio 2

Dance It Out

This is a total body, high energy , cardio dance workout that is infused with 20 plus styles of dance including Hip Hop, Bollywood, Line dancing, Ballroom, Disco, 80’s, Broadway, African, Russian, Irish, Hula, and so much more. Come join the fun!! Day(s): Tuesday Time: 5:30PM – 6:30 PM Place: Studio 1

The Good Fight

This is a 60- 75-minute workout focused on building lean muscles, muscle stamina, cardio strength and endurance. It is made up of circuit training, light to medium weights, resistance bands, medicine ball drills and floor drills. We’ll use Mixed Martial Arts techniques and training drills to form a unique circuit of cardio and strength exercises that consists of ply-metrics drills, bag drills and pad drills. Get ready to condition like a fighter, kick some butt and get a full body workout. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 5:30 PM – 6:45 PM Place: Gym 2

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Kettlebell Cardio

TRX

The TRX system leverages gravity and your bodyweight to perform exercises. You will adjust your body position to increase or decrease resistance. This class builds a strong core and increases muscular endurance. Day(s): Monday Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Place: Gym

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Thursday 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Gym

Kettlebell Cardio emphasizes functional movements completed with proper form to safely increase core strength and improve overall strength, stamina, endurance and cardiovascular performance. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Place: Gym 2

Day(s): Friday Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Place: Gym 2

Day(s): Monday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Gym

INSANITY®

A high intensity class designed to use longer bursts of maximum intensity exercise with shorter intervals of rest periods. This is a cardio driven class based on the DVD workout series. Day(s): Thursday Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM Place: Gym 2

Day(s): Saturday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Place: Studio 1

The Athletes Workout

The Athletes Workout is a fitness routine designed for the athlete in all of us. Using functional training and principles of athletic conditioning, this workout will challenge your mental limits, help you develop a competitive spirit and inspire you to be better than yesterday. Train in a highly motivating environment with others who have been looking for a cure from the regular gym routine. Weekly The Athletes Workout will change from circuit training indoors and out, body weight exercises, martial arts fitness and advance sports conditioning skill development. This class can be modified for all fitness levels. Day(s): Tuesday or Thursday Time: 5:45 AM – 6:45 AM Place: Gym 2

H.I.I.T.

High Intensity Interval Training is a total body, heart pumping, aerobic and strength workout. This interval-based class combines full-body strength training with high intensity cardio designed to tone your body, improve endurance, strength, core and functional movement. Day(s): Thursday Time: 10:30AM – 11:30AM Place: Gym

Day(s): Friday Time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM Place: Gym

Cardio Interval Training

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Tabata Boot Camp

A form of interval training designed to burn calories and build lean muscle. Exercises are performed for 8 rounds of 20 seconds high intensity work followed with 10 second rest. Day(s): Friday Time: 8:30AM – 9:00AM Place: Gym

Power Hour

Power Hour is an exciting workout incorporating step, muscle conditioning and aerobics into one class. This class offers something new and exciting to give you the ultimate wellrounded workout. Day(s): Monday Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM Place: Gym

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM Place: Gym

This 30 minute class will help strengthen the muscles in your abs and lower back! Day(s): Thursday Time: 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM Place: Studio 1

Butz and Gutz

Fitness Fusion

Challenge your muscles in different ways with this one hour calorie busting workout. Classes will range from strength, cardio, circuit, HIIT, TRX, and cycling. Day(s): Sunday Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM Place: Gym

Day(s): Tuesday Time: 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Place: Gym

Total Body Thursdays

Washboard ABS

30 minutes of a total body workout. Some of the exercises will be lunges, squats, deadlifts, push-ups. as well as other upper body strength and abdominal work. Day(s): Thursday Time: 10:30AM – 11:30AM Place: Studio 2

This is a high energy muscle conditioning class that tones and shapes your hips, thighs, butt, and abdomen. Exercises target and tone your entire core and lower body. This is a fun and stress –relieving way to burn off calories! Day(s): Monday Time: 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM Place: Gym

Cardio Craze

This is an “all cardio” aerobics class. Get your heart rate up and burn fat with a high energy workout which combines both high and low intensity movements. This class can be any combination of high /low kick boxing, step, BOSU to constantly keep you on your toes. This class is great for all levels. Day(s): Thursday Time: 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM Place: Gym

Cardio Boot Camp

A combination of calisthenics, military-style drills, muscular and athletic conditioning exercises will provide a challenging calorie torching workout. Day(s): Tuesday Time: 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM Place: Gym

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Super Circuit

A circuit based class which combines cardiovascular and strength training components and is suitable for all levels from beginner to advanced. Each week will incorporate different pieces of equipment to keep your heart rate elevated and muscles moving. Day(s): Friday Time: 9:15AM – 10:15AM Place: GYM

Cardio Kickboxing & Pilates

Cardio Kickboxing is a unique high energy exercise class that combines kickboxing and cardio to help develop muscle and improve cardio endurance and core strength. The workout stresses toning and resistance exercises for the butt, legs, core and arms to sculpt, strengthen and elongate the appearance of your body. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:45 AM Place: Studio 2

SMALL GROUP TRAINING CLASSES SESSION DATES Session I: September 5 – October 1 (No classes 9/4) Session II: October 2 – October 29 Session III: October 30 – November 26 Session IV: November 27 – December 23 Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only FREE TRIAL WEEK 2018: January 2 – January 7 Session V: January 8 – February 4 Session VI: February 5 – March 4 Session VII: March 5 – April 1

Small Group Training Participation Fees C&RC Member

Coupon Book

Drop-In

$32 per book**

$10 per class

Kickfit

USC Resident $40 per book** $12 per class A blend of the kickboxing that you already love with cycling and Non-Member high intensity interval training. This is a fast-paced workout, but $48 per book** $14 per class modifications will be provided. The class cycles first, followed Surrounding Community by a kickboxing sequence and a series of full body resistance Non-Member training. *Registration is not available for these classes. Day(s): Monday **Coupon books contain 4 coupons. Each coupon grants access to Time: 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM any of the classes listed below. One class per coupon. Place: Studio 2

Invigorate Total Body Sculpting

This class is a sculpting class specifically geared toward working the entire body. Work to tone your arms, legs, core, and other trouble areas. The class will incorporate dumbbells, body bars, balls, and bands to teach all levels of exercises. This class is fun and challenging for all levels and ages. Day(s): Wednesday or Saturday Time: 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM Place: GYM 2

This training class is a mix of weightlifting followed by an intense, fast-paced workout filled with cardio and functional movements. This class will vary daily. Day(s): Monday, or Wednesday or Friday Time: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Place: Fitness Floor

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Tone and Burn

A strength and conditioning class that focuses on muscular and aerobic endurance. Day(s): Thursday Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM Place: GYM 2A

Peak Performance

A tabata style class involving two cardio and four resistance training exercises performed for 30 seconds with 15 seconds rest for eight rounds per exercise. Expect a challenging yet doable workout that will elicit a lot of sweat in a short amount of time, 45 minutes. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 10:00 AM – 10:45AM Place: Fitness Floor 47

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BOOMER & SENIOR CLASSES Senior Fit

SESSION DATES Session I: September 5 – October 1 (No classes 9/4) Session II: October 2 – October 29 Session III: October 30 – November 26 Session IV: November 27 – December 23 Holiday session: December 24 – December 31* *No registration, Drop-ins and coupons only FREE TRIAL WEEK 2018: January 2 – January 7 Session V: January 8 – February 4 Session VI: February 5 – March 4 Session VII: March 5 – April 1

Boomer & Senior Participation Fees Registration Coupon Book

Drop-In

C&RC Member

N/A*

N/A*

FREE

Non-Members Age 55 and older

N/A*

N/A*

$5 per class

*Registration and coupons are not available for these classes.

Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold takes the same exciting Latin and International dance rhythms created in the original Zumba workout and brings them to the active older adult, the beginner participant, anyone who thinks they “cannot dance”, yet is also wonderful for the seasoned Zumba participant who wants to improve their dance ability or brush up on their technique. Day(s): Wednesday Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Place: Studio 2

Day(s): Friday Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Place: Studio 2

Senior Fit is a training class that is designed for seniors to increase stamina, strength, range of motion in joints, and muscular flexibility in a fun and safe environment. Day(s): Tuesday or Thursday Time: 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM Place: Studios 1 and 2

Boomer Bootcamp

Boomer Bootcamp is an exercise class specifically designed for our “Boomers”. Class format varies daily and includes weight training for strength and balance, stretching for flexibility and cardio for our hearts! It is a fun class! Day(s): Monday & Thursday Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Place: GYM

T’ai Chi

Designed for health, balance and mental fitness, this class is a Chinese martial art form of meditative exercise, characterized by methodically slow circular and stretching movements, and positions of bodily balance. All fitness levels welcome. Day(s): Monday Time: 12:15PM – 1:00 PM Place: Studio 2

Strong Bodies/Strong Bones

This joint friendly, bone-hardening program strengthens the spine, hips, wrists and ankles. This workout is designed to improve bone density, reduce fractures and manage osteoporosis. You will work on balance and improve muscle tone with this class. Day(s): Monday Time: 1:15PM – 2:15PM Place: Studio 2

Boomer Balance & Flexibility

Gentle exercise for boomers and seniors incorporating an active warm up, chair and / or standing work, stretching to promote flexibility and special exercises to enhance balance. Zumba Gold Dance, Strength, & Sculpt Latin/International dance inspired Zumba fitness party for se- Day(s): Friday niors, beginners or anyone wanting to add variety to their exer- Time: 12:15PM – 1:00 PM cise regimens. The routines are designed to target specifics areas Place: Studio 2 to strengthen your core and sculpt the body. Improve muscle strength, posture, coordination and mobility while rocking to golden oldies, Latin sizzlers or the latest pop hits! Day(s): Monday or Wednesday Time: 8:15 AM – 9:15 AM Place: Studio 2

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We are excited to announce our partnership with Humane Animal Rescue to offer a variety of nature programs held at the Learning Lab at Boyce Mayview Park! Please note that classes scheduled December through February will be held at the Community & Recreation Center. Humane Animal Rescue is an animal welfare organization seeking to care for animals of all types, domestic and wild. The education department strives to educate the community on humane care and interactions with all animals with the goal of reducing pet overpopulation and negative relationships with native wildlife. They are always working to provide educational programming for the people of the area, to help them to learn about the unique and interesting behaviors of native PA wildlife, and to show them how important these animals are to our world.

TODDLER CLASSES These classes are a great way for children ages 2-4 years old and their parents to learn about the world around them. Each class includes a lesson, a craft, and a meet & greet with a live wild animal! Both kids and parents will have tons of fun during these interactive classes! Each class lasts approximately 45 minutes. Fees listed are per date. Junior Trackers Animals are always around us! They are great at staying unseen, so how do we know they’ve visited? In this lesson students will learn how to locate and identify animal tracks both in the classroom and in the wild. They will learn the best times to look for tracks and how professionals use tracks to study elusive animals. Day(s)/Date(s): Wednesday, September 27 Thursday, October 5 Time: 10:00-10:45 AM Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair

Wildlife Rainbow Do you see that owl in the tree? Does a skunk use its colors to blend in? Wild animals use colors and patterns to communicate with each other and to hide from danger. Learn how animals use the color wheel to their advantage. Day(s)/Date(s): Wednesday, November 8 Wednesday, November 29 Time: 10:00-10:45 AM Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair

Animals in Wintertime What happens to animals in the winter months when it is cold outside? In this class, we will discuss animals during the winter time. Do they migrate to warmer weather, stick it out, or thrive in colder months? You will have to attend to find out! Day(s)/Date(s): Wednesday, December 6 Tuesday, December 12 Monday, January 8 Spooktacular Wildlife Time: 10:00-10:45 AM Bats, owls, and spiders, oh my! Learn about these “creepy Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent critters” and complete a Halloween themed craft. Come meet Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair an education animal that some people think is spooky, and find out why that is not true at all! This spooktacular class will be sure to make get you in the Halloween spirit. Day(s)/Date(s): Tuesday, October 17 Wednesday, October 25 For the Love of Animals If you love animals, this is the class for you! We will explore Time: 10:00-10:45 AM what it takes to take care of pets as well as how rehabilitators Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent save Pennsylvania wildlife. Complete a fun craft while Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair meeting an animal friend. You are sure to love this class! Day(s)/Date(s): Wednesday, January 31 Thursday, February 8 Wednesday February 14 Time: 10:00-10:45 AM Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair

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Springing into Spring In like a lion, out like a lamb- Spring is just around the corner! This class is the perfect way to get ready for the springtime. In this class we will discuss what happens to animals and plants after the wintertime. Join us for a fun filled time with a craft, animal guest, and (hopefully) some long awaited sunshine! Day(s)/Date(s): Tuesday, March 6 Wednesday, March 21 Time: 10:00-10:45 AM Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair

World of Raptors Birds of prey are some of the most unique creatures on earth. In this class students will learn about what makes these incredible predators so special. Meet a live raptor up-close and learn how to look for their counterparts in the wild! Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, November 2 Saturday, November 11 Time: Thursday 6:00-7:00 PM Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

Egg-cellent Animals What makes eggs so special? Come learn what makes eggs so interesting while completing an egg-citing craft. Students will meet an animal that hatched from an egg early on. This class is bound to be an eggs-tremely fun time! Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, March 25 Wednesday, March 28 Time: Sunday 12:00-12:45 PM Wednesday 10:00-10:45 AM Age Requirement: 2-4 years old w/parent Fee(s): $20 per child/adult pair

Pennsylvania in Winter Winter weather in Pennsylvania can be one of the most extreme. How do animals survive the hard times of ice and snow? We will answer this and much more while we discuss how our backyard animals adapt in the wintertime! Day(s)/Date(s): Monday, December 11 Thursday, December 7 Saturday, January 13 Time: Monday 6:00-7:00 PM Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM Thursday 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

YOUTH CLASSES These classes are designed for children ages 5-8 years old that have an interest in animals and the world around them! Each class includes a lesson, a fun activity, a craft and a meet & greet with a live wild animal! Each class lasts approximately one hour. Classes are for child only. Fees listed are per date. Magnificent Monarchs How you ever wondered just how monarchs migrate such long distances in the fall? In this fun filled class, students will learn about the amazing journey that these butterflies make and will have the chance to explore our wildflower fields in search of migrating monarchs. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, September 7 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Nocturnal Animal Adventure How does the world change when the sun goes down? Learn about native Pennsylvania animals that are most active in the nighttime. A nocturnal education animal will make a special guest appearance. With Halloween just around the corner, this class will be perfect way to get into the spoooooooooooky season. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, October 19 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

Winter Wonderlands Journey with us as we travel the globe to learn about the changing seasons! In this class we will become explorers and learn about winter in different parts of the world. We will talk about how animals survive in harsh landscapes and learn about how other regions differ from our own. We will also get the chance to meet an animal friend that lives in an ecosystem entirely different from our own and learn about how it survives seasonal changes. Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, January 21 Monday, January 29 Time: Sunday 1:00-2:00 PM Thursday 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Caring for Critters Do you love animals and ever wonder what goes into caring for them? In this class we will discuss caring for both pets as well as how rehabilitators care for wildlife. Learn what it takes to make sure animals are happy and healthy. Come join us for a fun time of crafts and a live animal guest! Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, February 4 Monday, February 12 Time: Sunday 1:00-2:00 PM Thursday 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

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Winter Visitors The change in the season brings colder weather, but did you know it also brings around different animals? Learn about the amazing migration that birds make to spend their winters here in Pennsylvania with us! Birds both small and large make their way here to escape even colder temperatures in northern regions and have adapted to surviving through the worst that winter has to offer (all without cozy fires and comfy winter clothes!) Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, February 22 Friday, March 2 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Spring It On! If you have spring fever, this is the class for you! We will discuss how the world comes to life after a long, cold winter. Learn about early risers, and who likes to sleep in. We will meet an animal guest and do a spring themed craft. This class is sure to get you in the spring spirit. Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, March 18 Time: 1:00-2:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Eggs- quisite Wildlife! Spring is here! It’s time for longer days, warmer temperatures, and baby animals! Join us as we learn about how birds build nests for their young and take care of their eggs. We will also create fun springtime crafts and meet an animal guest that has some egg-sperience with raising young. Don’t egg-nore a chance to have a great time with us! Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, March 29 Time: 6:00-7:00 PM Age Requirement: 5-8 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

JUNIOR CLASSES These classes are designed for older children ages 9-12 years old that have an interest in animals and the world around them! Each class includes a lesson, a fun activity, a craft and a meet & greet with a live wild animal! Each class lasts approximately 90 minutes. Fees listed are per date. Exploring our Streams Come explore our local waterways! Student will get the chance to get their feet wet and look for local water dwelling creatures including macroinvertebrates, salamanders, and fish. In this lesson, they will also learn about how important clean waters are for humans and wildlife. Waterproof footwear is required for this lesson! Day(s)/Date(s): Friday, September 8 Friday, September 22 Time: Friday 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Masters of Migration Come join us in search of migrating monarchs in our wildflower fields and learn about how these tiny creatures make such an amazing journey! Students will learn about what makes these butterflies such incredible fliers as well as how they can help to keep monarch populations from declining. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, September 21 Thursday, September 28 Time: Friday 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Wildlife at Nighttime How do animals function in low light? Come explore the dark world of night. Students will learn about different animals adaptations that help them survive the night. Join us for a fun-filled class about these Halloween themed animals! Day(s)/Date(s): Tuesday, October 24 Time: Friday 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child Raptor Researchers Put on your researcher hat and get to know our native PA raptors! Discover how these birds of prey respond to the change in season by learning about and observing their migratory behavior. In this lesson students will meet a live raptor and talk about how they’re specially adapted to make these long distance journeys. Day(s)/Date(s): Monday, November 13 Time: Friday 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

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Sleeping the Cold Away

Animals around Pennsylvania react differently to the cold winter temperatures. What helps these animals survive the harsh winters? In this class we will be sure to find that out and as well the differences between hibernation, brumation, torpor, and migration. Don’t sleep the winter away, come join us for this fun-filled class! Day(s)/Date(s): Saturday, December 9 Thursday, December 21 Sunday, January 14 Time: Saturday 10:00-11:30 AM Thursday 6:00-7:30 PM Sunday 12:00-1:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

Waking Up From the Cold

What happens after the cold winter months? Join in this post hibernation class where we will talk about animals waking up after the long winter. We’ll discuss those who are early risers and others who enjoy their beauty sleep. Come learn about how animals transition from extreme cold to warmer months and meet an animal guest who is expert in this subject. Day(s)/Date(s): Wednesday, March 7 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

TEEN CLASSES

These classes are designed for teenagers age 13-16 years old that have an interest in animals and the world around them! Each Winter Around the World Did you know that not every country in the world has four class lasts approximately 90 minutes. Fees listed are per date. seasons? Join us as we travel the world from the comfort Service hours available for volunteer class. of a classroom and learn about winter around the world! Volunteer for Wildlife Pennsylvania might experience distinct seasonal changes as In this course, students will understand the importance of the earth rotates, but not every country does! In this class, we helping wildlife by participating in a service project. Service will learn that location matters when it comes to how countries hours will be awarded for those who choose to claim them. experience weather. Day(s)/Date(s): Tuesday, October 10 Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, January 25 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Time: Thursday 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 13-16 years old Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per person Fee(s): $20 per child

Wildlife Rehab 101

Birds in Winter: Northern Guests

We know that when winter comes the temperature changes, but that’s not the only thing that’s changing! Birds from northern region flock to Pennsylvania to escape extreme winter conditions and spend their winters with us! In this class we will learn about where these birds are coming from and how they survive our chilly winter temperatures. Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, February 18 Monday, February 26 Time: Sunday 1:00-2:30 PM Monday 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

Frogs Under the Stars

Ever wonder what goes into the healing and releasing of injured wildlife? If so, this is the class for you! Wildlife Rehab 101 is a great introduction into the world of rehabilitation that covers the basics of how we help injured wildlife. The class also provides insight into the hard work that happens every day to improve the lives of Pennsylvania wildlife. Student will get the chance to meet a live animal that was rescued with the help of local wildlife rehabilitators. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, November 16 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 13-16 years old Fee(s): $20 per person

Stream Study

Listen to the call of the wild! The season is starting change and the frogs are starting to stir. Come join us as we search for choruses of calling frogs and learn all about why they all like to sing together. We will also get the chance to take a closer look at a live frog to learn about their behavior and biology. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, March 1 Monday, March 12 Friday, March 23 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 9-12 years old Fee(s): $20 per child

How do our actions affect our waters? In this lesson students will learn how human activities directly affect our waterways and the animals that live in them. They will then get the opportunity to conduct their own study where they will search for small water dwelling animals called macroinvertebrates and test the chemical and physical properties of the water. Waterproof footwear is required for this lesson! Day(s)/Date(s): Friday, September 15 Friday, September 29 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 13-16 years old Fee(s): $20 per person

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Worldwide Winter (Winter is Here)

Have you ever wanted to know what winter time is like in Namibia? Did you know that during winter in some parts of Alaska they only get 3 hours of daylight? Learn more about these places and so many more locations on earth as we explore winter time across the world and compare it to winters in PA! Students will learn about how seasons differ across the globe and how animals have adapted to survive in extreme environments. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, January 18 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 13-16 years old Fee(s): $20 per person

Choruses in the Night

Spring is on its way and the forest is coming alive! Join us as we search for calling frogs and listen nature’s late night singers! Students will learn how to identify each frog by the sound of their calls and contribute to citizen science efforts by sharing what we discover with FrogWatch. We will also get the chance to take a closer look at a live frog to learn about their behavior and biology. Day(s)/Date(s): Friday, March 9 Saturday, March 10 Time: 6:00-7:30 PM Age Requirement: 13-16 years old Fee(s): $20 per person

FAMILY CLASSES Family programs are designed for all ages, and allow for the whole family to learn about their world together. Programs last approximately 60 minutes and are either held in the evening or weekend morning. Each program includes a meet and greet with a native animal! Fees listed are per date.

Family Campout

Join us for an evening of fun at the park! Bring your own treats to roast over the campfire while learning about creatures that come out at night. Come and play some games in the dark while enjoying stories around the campfire with friends and family! Day(s)/Date(s): Friday, October 6 Time: 7:00-8:00 PM Age Requirement: All Ages* *best suited for children age 3 and up Fee(s): $8 per person or $30 for a family of four

Animals of the Night

Do you ever wonder what animals are on the move outdoors while you are asleep? Come join us for a night learning about nocturnal animals. Go on a night hike and use your night vision to spot wild, nocturnal animals. Join us for a great time of nighttime activities! Day(s)/Date(s): Friday, October 13 Time: 7:00-8:00 PM Age Requirement: All Ages* *best suited for children age 3 and up Fee(s): $8 per person or $30 for a family of four

Weekend Bird Count 2018

Come join us on this fun family adventure as we search for birds along Boyce Mayview Park’s many trails! The data we collect will be submitted as part of The Great Backyard Bird Count which is a citizen science effort organized by The Audubon Society and Cornell Lab of Ornithology. It is a great way to contribute to national survey efforts that help us study changing bird populations. Stretch your legs and explore the outdoors while learning about bird identification and conservation! Day(s)/Date(s): Saturday, February 17 Time: 8:00 AM SHARP Age Requirement: All Ages* *best suited for children age 3 and up Fee(s): $8 per person or $30 for a family of four

Y-OWL-GA

Enjoy all levels of yoga while being surrounded by native owls. Practice your favorite poses with a local certified instructor while learning about these amazing creatures! All adults and children age 5 and up are welcome, but children age 12 and under require adult participation in the class. Day(s)/Date(s): Thursday, October 26 Time: 7:00-8:00 PM Age Requirement: Age 5 and up* *Parents must participate with children age 12 and under. Fee(s): $25 per person age 13 and up $15 per child age 5-12

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BOY SCOUT / GIRL SCOUT PROGRAMS GIRL SCOUTS

Bugs! Brownie Class

Crawling, fluttering, and buzzing! Brownie scouts can complete all requirements for their Bug badge during this class. Learn all about the insects that live around us, and how important they are! Create a fun insect themed craft and observe insects in their natural habitat as requirements for this badge. Day(s)/Date(s): Sunday, October 1 Age Requirement: Brownie Girl Scout Time: 1:00-3:00 PM Fee(s): $20 per scout

Cadette Night Owl Badge

Cadette scouts can complete most requirements for their “Night Owl� badge during this program. Students will explore Boyce Mayview Park during the evening hours to see how the world changes when the sun goes down. Meet a nocturnal animal while learning about what makes these kinds of animals so unique. Come join us for a night filled with fun, learning, and exploration! Day(s)/Date(s): Friday, March 16 Age Requirement: Brownie Girl Scout Time: 6:00-8:00 PM Fee(s): $20 per scout

Nature Badge

BOY SCOUTS

Are you a boy scout that is interesting in learning more about nature? Then this is the class for you! Meet a live native Pennsylvania animal that cannot be released, and search for their counterpart out in the wild. Complete activities to help explain the importance of plants, animals, and the food chain. Look for signs of animals in the area including tracks, fur and scat. Day(s)/Date(s): Saturday, September 30 Age Requirement: 7-18 years old Time: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Fee(s): $20 per scout

Bird Study

Boy scouts looking to earn the Bird Study Merit Badge can complete most of the requirements during this class. Meet a live bird up close and learn how to identify others in the wild. Explore the park while searching for birds that are awake during the morning hours. Day(s)/Date(s): Saturday, March 24 Age Requirement: 7-18 years old Time: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM Fee(s): $20 per scout

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Mail to: Recreation Department, Township of Upper St. Clair, 1820 McLaughlin Run Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241 Deliver to: Recreation Department, Community & Recreation Center, 1551 Mayview Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241 Please make checks payable to: USC Recreation. Questions? 412.221.1099 Family’s Last Name _______________________

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USCTDP, Inc. Fall/W inter 2017 – 2018 ADULT TENNIS CLINICS / CARDIO REGISTRATION FORM Registration Deadline: One Week in Advance of Session Start Date

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BOUNTY AT BOYCE MAYVIEW PARK FALL FEST Baking Contest Registration Form Divisions: Youth (through age 10); Junior (11-17); Adult (18 and up)

$3 per entry ($2 for Seniors age 62 and older) - 2 entries allowed per participant Please submit a separate form for each entry. Please bring the recipe(s) at time of drop-off. Please make checks payable to USC Recreation. Questions? Call 412.221.1099 X. 613 Name:________________________________________________________ Age/Division: _______________________ Address:__________________________________________________________________________________________ Preferred Contact Telephone: ____________________________________ Email: ____________________________ Entry Item: ___________________________________________________ Total Enclosed $: _____________________

All entries will be served at the public tasting following the judging.

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Consent and Photo Release: In Consideration of the Township of Upper St. Clair granting me permission to engage in recreational activities at the Community & Recreation Center, the below signed does hereby waive, release, save, and hold harmless and indemnify the Township of Upper St. Clair, its employees, agents, independent contractors and volunteers for any and all claims for damage or personal injury to me or loss of property which may be caused by any act or failure to act on the part of the Township of Upper St. Clair, its employees, agents, independent contractors and volunteers. The undersigned further assumes the risk of all dangerous conditions in and about the USC Community & Recreation Center property, both real and personal, and waive any and all specific notice of undersigned’s children, heirs, assigns, executors, and administrators. By registering for any USC Recreation program or event, you are agreeing to allow publication of any photos taken of you/your child. Signature/ Parent Signature (if under 18):: ______________________________________________ Date: ______________

 

MLK Day  of  Service   January 15, 2018   Complete and return this form to the Control Desk at the Community & Recreation Center. Please make checks payable to USC Recreation. Questions? Call 412.221.1090 ($18 per registrant includes commemorative T-shirt; participants should bring a packed lunch) Name:    

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T-­‐Shirt Size   :          Adult  Small              Adult  Medium              Adult  Large              Adult  XL                      ***No  Charge  for  High  School  or  Adult  Volunteers.  Contact  us  at  the  C&RC  ex.  613  for  more  information  about  volunteering.   (Circle)

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2017 FALL/WINTER EVENTS Blood Drive Tuesday, September 12, 2017 Thursday, November 30, 2017 Freaky Friday Friday, October 20, 2017 Color Crawl Saturday, October 28, 2017 Bounty at Boyce Mayview Park Fall Fest Saturday, November 4, 2017 Thanksgiving Spin-A-Thon Friday, November 24, 2017 Holidays at the C&RC Saturday, December 2, 2017 Zumba Jingle Jam Saturday, December 9, 2017 Very Merry Mix Saturday, December 23, 2017 Saturday, December 30, 2017 Winter Wellness Dash Saturday, January 13, 2018 MLK Day of Service Monday, January 15, 2018 Arts & Chocolate Spectacular Saturday, March 24, 2018

C&RC HOLIDAY HOURS:

Labor Day Monday, September 4, 2017 Indoor Facility 10:00 AM-2:00 PM Outdoor Facility 11:00 AM- 5:00 PM Thanksgiving Thursday, November 23, 2017 CLOSED Christmas Eve Sunday, December 24, 2017 Noon- 4:00 PM Christmas Day Monday, December 25, 2017 CLOSED New Year's Eve Sunday, December 31, 2017 Noon- 4:00 PM New Year's Day Monday, January 1, 2018 CLOSED


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