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Link The

to quality of life...

Harvest the Benefits! Windsor Farmers Market is here through Sept. 22!

Community Events................ 2 Turkey Ball............................. 3 NEW! Food for Life......................... 17

Parents Night Out = Kids Night of Fun!......... 22 Kids Club at the CRC.......... 24 Teen Nights.......................... 27 Men’s Basketball................. 30 Oktoberfest.............back cover

Fall 2012 • September – December (970) 674-3500 • www.windsorgov.com


Harvest the Benefits

Harvest the benefits of parks, recreation & culture this season! The benefits may be physical, and may also include emotional, social or economic benefits depending on your participation in a variety of events.

Enjoy history and culture at Oktoberfest or an exhibit at the Art & Heritage Center…see page 5. Try a new class at the Community Recreation Center that inspires healthy creativity…see page 19. Check out a new park or trail…..see page 36. And if you are into gardening (vegetable or flowers) stop by Treasure Island Garden, a collaborative project with CSU Cooperative Extension and Weld County Master Gardeners. This colorful site is located in Eastman Park south of the Poudre River. Lastly, enjoy the Farmer’s Market for a truly beneficial harvest… Now through September 22 on Saturdays…see page 3

Harvest the benefits with Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture your Link to quality of life!

Enjoy!

Treasure Island Garden at Eastman Park

Melissa M. Chew, CPRP Director of Parks & Recreation

Free Activities!

Inside this Issue

Welcome. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Community / Special Events . . 2 Art & Heritage. . . . . . . . . . 5 Active Adults. . . . . . . . . . . 6

Adaptive Recreation. . . . . . . 12

Aquatics. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Classes – Youth. . . . . . . . . 22 Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Sports – Adult. . . . . . . . . . 30 Sports – Youth. . . . . . . . . . 31 Forestry. . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Parks & Facilities. . . . . . . . 37

Registration Information. . . . 38 General Information . . . . . . 40

Oktoberfest. . . . . . . . Back Cover

2012

Football!

pg. 31

Teen Nights AT the CRC ! pg. 27 Food for Life pg. 17

Windsor Cruise In . . . . . . . 2 Movies in the Park . . . . . . . 3 Farmers Market. . . . . . . . 3 Windsor Business Expo. . . . 3 Community Halloween Party. 4 Oktoberfest . . . . 4 / back cover Windsor Wonderland. . . . . 4 Museum Exhibits . . . . . . . 5 Various Active Adult Programs. . 6 Meet & Greet . . . . . . . . . 12 Meditation Club. . . . . . . . 17 NFL Punt, Pass & Kick. . . . 31 PeeWee & Girls Basketball Camp . . . . . . . 32 Denver Nuggets Skills Challenge. . . . . . . . 33 Treasure Island Garden . . . . 36

On the Cover

Farmers Market pg. 3


Welcome

Windsor Community Recreation Center 250 North 11th Street • Windsor, CO 80550 phone: 970-674-3500 • fax: 970-674-3535 weather line: 970-674-3530 windsorpr@windsorgov.com www.windsorgov.com

Get Connected!

Hours

Monday – Friday (until Fri., Aug. 31) 7:00 am – 8:00 pm Monday – Friday (beginning Tue., Sep. 4) 7:00 am – 10:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm Sunday 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Facility Closures

Monday, September 3, 2012 (Labor Day). . . . . . . . .Closed Thursday, November 22, 2012 (Thanksgiving Day). . . .Closed Monday, December 24, 2012 (Christmas Eve). Closed at 12pm Tuesday, December 25 2012 (Christmas Day). . . . . . .Closed Monday, December 31, 2012 (New Year’s Eve). Closed at 12pm Tuesday, January 1, 2013 (New Year’s Day) . . . . . . . .Closed

Center Drop-in Fees

Fitness Drop-in: $5 Open Gym: $2 | $1 during non-prime hours Non-prime hours: Mon. – Fri. 9:00 am – 11:00 am & 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Open Gym schedule -subject to change, please visit the Town of Windsor website at www.windsorgov.com

Children 9 and under must be accompanied by an individual 16+ at all times.

Happy Trails to you!

Check out the new Windsor Trail Map www.windsorgov.com/trailmap

! NEW

Park Amenities Chart!

Find just what you’re looking for! See page 37

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Register Online Anytime! Go to www.windsorgov.com and click on Recreation Registration - left side of page.

Log-in using your personal household ID and password or browse activities as a guest. • Once logged-in, members can view their accounts, check team schedules, register for classes using a credit card and more! • New users can apply for an account online.

• For help, please email: windsorpr@windsorgov.com or call the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department at 970-674-3500.

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FREE WiFi at the Community Recreation Center!

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Labor Day 5K Run/Walk A FUN RUN for EVERYONE! Walking is OK too! Participants will receive a t-shirt. Prizes given to winners! Save money and preregister! Check-in and day-of registrations begin at 6:30am at Boardwalk Park. Pre-register by: Aug 31, 12pm Day-of-race registration: Sep 3, 6:30am

Ages: 8+   #215111.01

$15/person – pre-registration $20/person – day-of-registration Mon

Sep 3

race begins 7:30am

(6:30am check-in and day-of-race registration)

Boardwalk Park

Windsor Cruise In

Mud Volleyball Tournament Get down and dirty with the Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department for the 11th Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament on Labor Day Weekend. Register at the Windsor Community Recreation Center or call 970-674-3500. Register by: Aug. 31, 12pm $120/team (includes up to 10 T-shirts/ team) Divisions: Adults 16+  #215112.01 Youth 15 & under   #215113.01 Sat Sep 1 Diamond Valley

Check- in 8am

September 1 - 3

Interested in serving on the Volunteer Committee? Please contact Casey Johnson at 674-2899 or casey@windsorharvestfest.com

www.windsorharvestfest.com

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Check out the cars and listen to oldies music at the Windsor Cruise In. Playground, Poudre Trail, and concessions available. This is a Harvest Festival event. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Windsor Reduced Fee Program. $15/car entry fee

FREE for the public to attend Sun Sep 2 10am–2pm Eastman Park

For more information please contact Harold at 970-686-2210, Rob at 970-686-9280, or the CRC at 970-674-3500 windsorcruise-in@slbbi.com.

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Join Quemando for the final summer concert of 2012!

August 9 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm 5th Street (between Main St. / Ash St.)

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Community

movies in the Park

Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a movie on the big screen with friends and family at Boardwalk Park. Please note movie ratings. Movies are FREE, located at Boardwalk Park & start at *8:30pm unless otherwise noted. Fri Aug 10 Big Miracle (PG)

in conjunction with the Teen Bonfire - see below

Fri Aug 24 Adventures of Tintin (PG) *Sun Sep 2 Kung Fu Panda (PG) movie will start at 8pm

Teen Bonfire Come enjoy a movie and bonfire in the park. Hang out with your friends and roast s’mores, while enjoying the movie Big Miracle (PG).

Ages: all ages welcome Fri Aug 10 FREE! Activities begin at 8pm Movie begins at 8:30pm Boardwalk Park

14th

An Saturday, November 10 Mushb nual Char it Games begin at 9am all To urnam y Chimney Park & Diamond Valley Ball Fields ent $150 per team; 9 – 12 players/team Min 4 teams/Max 12 teams (coed & open divisions) Register by: Sun Nov 4  #316600.01 Join the Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department for the 14th Annual “Turkey Ball” Mush Ball Tournament. Families, church groups, youth teams and summer and fall leagues are encouraged to play. Special rules of Turkey Ball include running bases opposite the normal direction. Awards for the top three places and special awards for top team and top individual fundraisers. Door prizes and other special prizes along with food will also be part of the fun. Turkey Ball will be played rain, snow or shine. Teams are guaranteed three games. For more information call 970-674-3500. Proceeds benefit the Windsor Reduced Fee Program

The Windsor Reduced Fee program offers financial assistance to children and adults who need support in order to participate in recreational activities. Please see pages 21 or 34 for more information.

W i n d s o r B u s i n e ss

visit www.windsorgov.com

& EXPO 2012

Saturdays, thru Sept. 22 10am-1pm 5th St. / Main St.

Trade Show

FREE Admission! Win PRIZES!!!

Tuesday SEPtember 25th – 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM Community Recreation Center • 250 n. 11th St • Windsor Secure your booth today! Call 674-3500 Booth Fee: $75/Chamber Members or $100/non-Chamber Members Table and chair rental included in price.

Register Online: https://register.windsorgov.com Register Online: https://register.windsorgov.com

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S.A.L.T.

Community

Student Advisory Leadership Team

Community Halloween Party Fun games and safe treats for everyone!

Oct 31st from 6pm to 8pm ! E FRE Community Recreation Center

sponsored by the Windsor Police Dept. & Windsor Optimist Club

Haunted House presented by S.A.L. T. Come join us for a fresh take on a classic tradition. Entertainment for both families and thrill-seekers!

All ages welcome Fri Oct 26 6-7pm Family Hour (friendly for all ages) 7-9pm Scary Hours (not recommended for younger kids ) $2/person at the door CRC

S.A.L.T. is a self-sustaining group made up of local Middle School and High School students who want to make a difference in the community. They are credited with providing over a dozen safe activities a year for teens and the community. The goal is to offer positive alternative activities for students to enjoy, as well as offer community service opportunities. S.A.L.T. holds meetings on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month, where new events are planned and ideas are discussed to better the community. If you are interested in learning more, contact Windsor Community Recreation Center at 970-6743500 or find Windsor SALT on Facebook.

Windsor Wonderland Celebrate the arrival of Santa on a horse drawn carriage down Main Street! Sip some hot chocolate or coffee and have some fudge! Kids will be able to take pictures with Santa and enjoy other winter activities including a horse drawn wagon ride, and listening to holiday carolers. Take a stroll down Main Street to visit the downtown businesses and view their holiday Windsor displays. A tree lighting will be included in the festivities Sat Dec 1 2–5pm FREE 5th & Main Streets

Christmas in Windsor Mark your calendars for Windsor’s best craft show! This year’s show will be held at the Community Recreation Center! Jump start your holiday shopping with a variety of homemade items and food created by talented crafters! Sponsored by Quality Crafters and the Windsor Optimist Club. If you are interested in being a vendor, please call 877-270-5139 or visit www.christmasinwindsor.com. Saturday November 17 9am–5pm Sunday November 18 10am–4pm $2 donation at the door—Fees from this craft show go back into the community in the form of gifts, scholarships & programs.

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Art & Heritage

En 1943, el Presidente Roosevelt anunció la creación de lo que sería el programa más grande de trabajadores agrícolas mexicanos en la historia de los Estados Unidos. “Cosecha Amarga, Cosecha Dulce: El Programa Bracero, 1942-1964”, una nueva exposición bilingüe (Inglés/ Español), explorará las contribuciones de los braceros a comunidades en México y los Estados Unidos, las oportunidades que surgieron para los braceros y los retos que éstos enfrentaron como trabajadores temporeros durante y después de los años de guerra.

In 1943, President Roosevelt announced the creation of what would become the largest Mexican guest-worker program in U.S. history. “Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964,” a new bilingual (English/Spanish) exhibition, will explore the braceros’ contributions to communities in Mexico and the United States, the opportunities that became available to braceros and the challenges that they faced as guest workers during the war years and afterward. The exhibit will be on view at the Art & Heritage Center from November 17, 2012 to January 27, 2013, part of a two-year, multi-city tour. A complementary display will be on view at the Windsor Community Recreation Center. Please visit www. windsorgov.com/artandheritage or call (970) 674-2439 for exhibit details and information about exhibit-related programs.

Above: “Bracero in the field” Left: “Border Station” Right: “Weighing Cotton” Photos by Leonard Nadel, 1956 Courtesy Smithsonian National Museum of American History

La exposición se presentará en el Centro del Arte y Patrimonio desde el 17 de noviembre hasta el 27 de enero, parte de una gira de dos años y muchas ciudades. Una exposición complementaria se presentará en el centro comunitario. Por favor, visite www. windsorgov.com/artandheritage o se llame (970) 674-2439 para detalles de la exposición y información sobre programas.

“Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964” is organized by the National Museum of American History and organized for travel by SITES. Funding is made possible through the Smithsonian’s Latino Center, which celebrates Latino culture, spirit and achievement in America by facilitating the development of exhibitions, research, collections and education programs.

November 17 – January 27 Art & Heritage Center 116 5th Street

Register Online: https://register.windsorgov.com Register Online: https://register.windsorgov.com

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Active Adults

Come on down to the Community Recreation Center for a FREE cup of hot coffee, donuts and great conversation.

NE

Mah Jong

Patio Picnics Spend your afternoon socializing with friends and enjoy a wonderful lunch. Afterwards, play Grocery Bingo and try your luck at winning one of several gift cards sponsored by Bank of Colorado. Be sure to stay for dessert sponsored by Guaranty Bank. Sign up at the front desk.

11:30am 11:30am 11:30am 11:30am

Too cold or too hot outside? Don’t worry, you can still take a healthy walk or jog at the CRC! Join the Walking Club and walk in the gym at the CRC from 7–9am, Mon – Fri. Pending CRC Gym schedule, walking club members have the option to walk in the gym during any open times. M–F

7–9am

Sep 4–Dec 28 $10

(not available 9/3, 11/22, 12/25)

Mah Jong is an ancient Chinese game which has become internationally popular. Learn this time tested game and see why it is so addictive. This is a fun and relaxed environment to learn various games and meet new people. Best of all it’s FREE! No reservations required. For more information please call 970-674-3500. Ages: 55+ Fri 12:30pm (after lunch) CRC, 2nd Floor Card Tables

FREE!

Card Craze All card players are welcome. Learn a new game like 3-13, Rummy, or teach one to the group. This is a fun and relaxed environment to learn various card games and meet new people. Best of all it’s FREE! No reservations required. For more information please call 970-674-3500. Ages: 55+ Wed 12:30pm (after lunch) CRC, 2nd Floor Card Tables

Walking Club

Ages: 55+  314812.01

Line dancing is fun, easy, and a great workout! Classes for both beginner and advanced dancers! Instructors are Sheri Ricker and Elaine Lewis. Please sign in at the front desk. Punch cards available. Note:

We are always looking for volunteers to help greet and serve at these lunches! Call 970-674-3500 for information.

M–F 8:30–10am (coffee only) CRC, Maple Room

.01 Mon Sep 17 .02 Mon Oct 15 .03 Mon Nov 19 .04 Mon Dec 17 CRC, Evergreen Room

This is a great time to socialize and enjoy a meal with friends. Sponsored by the Weld County Area Agency on Aging, this program provides a well balanced meal at a great price. Reservations are required by 9am the day before meal service. Please call 970-674-3500 to make your reservation.

Wed & Fri 11:15am CRC, Cedar/Spruce Room

Coffee Club II

Register by: Friday before Ages: 55+  #311510 $3 suggested donation.

Drop-In Line Dancing

Reservation required before 9am one day prior Ages: 60+/$3 59 & Under/$7.25

Ages: 55+ Wed 7–9am CRC, Evergreen Room

W!

Weekly Lunch

FREE!

Room location and dates are subject to change.

Ages: 55+ $1 drop-in fee per class

Tue Advanced 9–11am Thu Beginner 9:15–11am CRC, Evergreen / Fitness Room

Senior Shape Up Enjoy the benefits of a low-impact class designed to improve flexibility, strength, and coordination in all fitness levels. Register by: 1st day of class Ages: 55+  #314890

.01 T/Th Sep 4-Oct 25 8:10-9am $38 .02 T/Th Oct 30-Dec 20 8:10-9am $32 (no class 11/20, 11/22)

CRC, Fitness Room

Active Adult Drop-In Basketball Drop-in for basketball every Wednesday at the Community Recreation Center. Pick-up games are played half court, 3 vs. 3 or 4 vs. 4, depending on the number of participants. Be sure to bring a light and a dark jersey. Ages: 55+ Wed Sep 5–Dec 26 9–11am $1 CRC, Gymnasium

Shootin’ Pool Join in on some 9ball or 8ball action every Tuesday from 9–11am. For more information please call 970-674-3500. Ages: 55+ Tue 9–11am FREE! CRC, Activity Center

CRC, Gymnasium

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Active Adults

Create Your Own Will Legal Seminar

Early Memory Loss

A great way to get a tough job done in one easy course. Licensed attorney, Steven M. Dye and his staff will help you complete a Last Will & Testament, Financial & Medical Power of Attorney, Living Will and Organ Donation Request. Includes all materials, witnessing, notary, review and time for questions and discussion. Must present driver’s license or other photo ID. Register by: Friday before Ages: 18+  Min 4/Max 15 #214972 .02 Thu

Aug 30

#314972 .01 Thu Sep 27 .02 Tue Oct 23 .03 Thu Nov 29 .04 Thu Dec 13 CRC, Maple Room

6-7:30pm $99 6-7:30pm 6-7:30pm 6-7:30pm 6-7:30pm

$99 $99 $99 $99

AARP Driver Safety Class Sign up for this driving class and you may qualify to receive a discount on your car insurance. Check with your insurance agent for details. Registration is required. Payment is due to instructor on first day of class. Cash or check only. Bring your AARP membership card for a $2 discount!

This valuable presentation is for anyone interested in learning more about normal age-related memory loss and the beginning changes related to Alzheimer’s disease. Presented by Larimer County Alzheimer’s Association and the PVHS Aspen Club. Registration is required; please call the Aspen Club at 970-495-8560. Ages: 18+ Thu Sep 6 CRC, Pine Room

2-3pm

FREE

Foot Care Let Stephanie, who specializes in foot care, pamper your feet! Call 970-674- 3500 to set up an appointment. Payment is due when you make your reservation. Register by: Friday before Ages: 55+  Min 1/Max 20  #311580 .01 Wed Sep 19 .02 Tue Oct 23 .03 Wed Nov 21 .04 Wed Dec 19 CRC, Oak Room

8am–12pm 8am-12pm 8am–12pm 8am–12pm

$36 $36 $36 $36

The Nurse Is In Presented by the Aspen Club, PVHS Community Health Education nurses will answer basic questions about diagnosis or medication, take your blood pressure, pulse, and share tips for managing chronic conditions and healthy lifestyles. FREE! Ages: 55+ Mon Sep 17 9:30–11:30am Mon Oct 15 9:30–11:30am Mon Nov 19 9:30–11:30am Mon Dec 17 9:30–11:30am CRC, Gallery Hallway

FREE FREE FREE FREE

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Pick one up at the CRC or visit www.windsorgov.com 970-674-3500 Thank you! Get your FREE issue today!

Register by: Friday before Ages: 55+  Min 10/Max 25  #311555.01

Mon Oct 29 8am–12pm $14;  $12 w/ AARP membership card CRC, Oak Room

Blood Pressure Screening Keep your blood pressure in check! FREE blood pressure screenings are available on the 1st – 4th Wednesday of each month. Registration is not required. Walk-ins are welcome! Ages: 55+ Wed Sep 5–Dec 19 CRC, Gallery Hallway

10am

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Active Adults

Monthly Gambling Trips Vintage Aero Flying Museum

Colorado Rockies Games Leave the driving and parking hassles behind while you spend a day at the ball park watching the Colorado Rockies. Seats are located on the main level in the outfield box, or left or right field mezzanine in the shade with easy access. Rain or shine these seats are comfortable with a great view of the action. Price includes ticket, transportation and parking fee! Walking Level: Moderate Register by: 14 days before game Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420

.01 Sun Sep 2 Padres $22 .04 Sun Sep 23 D-Backs $22 Depart CRC at 11am; Games begin at 1:05pm held at Coors Field in Denver *Dates/times/prices are subject to change.

The Vintage Aero Flying Museum houses one of the most historically significant and internationally recognized collections of World War I memorabilia in the world. They also have a significant collection of Golden Age of Aviation (1918 - 1939) and World War II aviation memorabilia and aircraft. This material includes memorabilia from Japan, Germany and other axis countries. Highlighting the quality of the collection, they also have the only known “True Copy” of the Instrument of Surrender, presented to General Wainwright. The Smithsonian Institution cites this museum as a reference and regularly sends researchers out to learn more from the collection. Walking Level:

Intermediate

Register by: Sep 7 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420.02

Thu Sep 13 9am $20+ lunch on your own.

Denver Museum Pompeii Exhibit & Space Junk 3D on IMAX

Please call one week prior to date to confirm.

Breakfast Club Get your day started off right with great conversation and friends. Breakfast is at a different restaurant every month! There is no charge if you drive yourself, or you can catch a ride with us for just $6. Please sign up at the front desk or call 970-674-3500 so appropriate reservations can be made. Walking Level: Easy

Register by: Day of trip Ages: 55+  Min 5/Max 14  #311460 .01 Sep 11 Double Tree .02 Oct 9 Charco Broiler .03 Nov 13 Sonny’s .04 Dec 11 Vern’s All Trips: Tue $6/ride Depart CRC at 7:30am

(Platteville) (Fort Collins) (Severance) (La Porte)

Active Adult Trips & Travel Times and dates are subject to change. Registration prices may reflect an additional fuel surcharge.

Check out the Pelican Perch (published monthly) or call 970-674-3500 for changes. Thank you!

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What nature destroyed, it also preserved. Hundreds of exceptional artifacts offer an insider’s glimpse into the daily life -and tragic end -- of this ancient Roman city that was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. On display are archaeological treasures that lay buried in Pompeii’s ruins, preserved as if sealed in a time capsule. After the exhibit, take in the IMAX film, Space Junk 3D. 50 years of launching our dreams into space, we now face a troubling legacy: a growing ring of orbiting debris from various rockets and satellites. Space Junk 3D is a visually explosive, sensory-expanding voyage into our now-threatened “final frontier.” Walking Level: Easy

Register by: Sep 14

Ages: 55+  Min 10/Max 14  #311420.03 Thu

Sep 20

8:30am

$29

Forget about driving and enjoy a day of good fortune and fun in Black Hawk at Lady Luck Casino! Sorry this bus is NOT wheelchair accessible. Please note: There must be a minimum of 25 participants for motor coach services; otherwise, the first 14 to sign up will have the option to ride in the Town mini-bus (per driver availability). Casino location is subject to change. Walking Level: Easy

Register by: Friday before Ages: 21+   Min 25/Max 45  #311410 .01 Mon Sep 10 7:45am–6pm .02 Mon Oct 1 7:45am–6pm .03 Mon Nov 5 7:45am–6pm .04 Mon Dec 3 7:45am–6pm Departs the CRC at 7:45am Departs Casino at 4pm

$18 $18 $18 $18

Cripple Creek Overnight Trip Travel to Cripple Creek and stay the night at the Double Eagle Hotel and Casino. If you’re not into gambling, there’s plenty to see and do on your own from window shopping, museums, or taking a ride on the Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad. For more information call 970-674-3500. Walking Level: Moderate

Register by: Aug 27 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 25  #311420.05 $75/person double occupancy $115/person single occupancy

Sep 26–27 7:30am departure from CRC

Rocky Mountain National Park Elk Bugling In Rocky Mountain National Park, fall brings clear blue skies, crisp air, bugling elk, and bighorn sheep butting contests. The peak of the Aspen gold rush is usually in late September. During the SeptemberOctober mating season, bull elk stage their own passion play of sorts. The characteristic rutting call of bulls can be heard from just before dusk to dawn. We’ll stop for dinner before heading back to town. Walking Level:

Moderate

Register by: Sep 28 Ages: 55+  Min 6/Max 14  #311420.06 Thu

Oct 4

3pm

$15+

(Bring your park pass or be prepared to purchase one. Please bring $ for dinner)

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Active Adults

Bingo Planet B-I-N-G-O! Have fun while you travel with friends to Bingo Planet in Loveland on the second Wednesday of each month. Enjoy progressive games in a smoke free environment. Please note that dates and times are subject to change according to the Bingo Planet schedule. Walking Level: Easy.

Register by: Day of trip Ages: 55+   Min 8/Max 14  #311401 .01 Wed Sep 12 .02 Wed Oct 10 .03 Wed Nov 14 .04 Wed Dec 12 Meet at the CRC

6pm 6pm 6pm 6pm

$6/ride $6/ride $6/ride $6/ride

Briar Gate Farm Tour & Cheese Making Class Learn how Briar Gate works with horses in a natural, respectful way. Experience milking a dairy goat and possibly even bottle feed one of the babies. Go for a ride in a goat cart, see spring chicks, gather eggs in the hen house, and learn about basic poultry care. At the conclusion of the tour, you’ll get to learn a little about home cheese making. In this one hour class you will receive step-by-step instructions for the cheeses made and enjoy delicious cheese samples throughout the class. Walking Level: Easy

Celestial Seasonings & Leaning Tree Museum Tours Don’t miss your chance to see the world’s most advanced tea production plant. See first–hand how the finest all–natural ingredients from around the world become your favorite Celestial Seasonings teas. You’ll also have the chance to enjoy free photo courtesy of Celestial Seasonings samples of every tea made and browse the extensive display of original artwork from the tea boxes in the gallery. The Leanin’ Tree Museum of Western Art in Boulder, Colorado exhibits the private art collection of Ed Trumble, Founder and Chairman of Leanin’ Tree, publisher of fine art greeting cards since 1949. His collection was born of a passion for American western art that has spanned five decades and continues to grow today. The scope and quality of this rare collection will surprise you. Walking Level: Easy Register by: Oct 12 Ages: 55+  Min 10/Max 14  #311420.09 Thu

Oct 25

9am

$17

Register by: Oct 5 Ages: 55+  Min 10/Max 14  #311420.07 Thu

Oct 11

8am

$47

Buell Theatre, Memphis Turn up that dial...From the underground dance clubs of 1950s Memphis, Tennessee, comes a hot new Broadway musical that bursts off the stage with explosive dancing, irresistible songs, and a thrilling tale of fame and forbidden love. Inspired by actual events, Memphis is about a white radio DJ who wants to change the world and a black club singer who is ready for her big break. Come along on their incredible journey to the ends of the airwaves — filled with laughter, soaring emotion and roof-raising rock ’n’ roll. Walking Level: Moderate

Students from the University of Northern Colorado will host this FREE Halloween Party. Lunch is provided and plenty of games and activities will be available. Don’t forget to show off your favorite costume for a chance to win fabulous prizes! Please sign up by October 19

Ages: 55+  Min 25/Max 110 #311520.01

Tue Oct 30 11:30am FREE CRC, Evergreen Room

Register by: Sep 5 Ages: 55+  Min 10/Max 25  #311420.08 Thu

Oct 18

10:30am $67

*2pm Matinee, (lunch on your own before the show)

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Active Adults History Colorado Center

42

nd S

treet

Boulder’s Dinner Theatre

This is the story of hard work, being in the right place at the right time, talent and love. 42nd Street is a celebration of Broadway with the spotlight on aspiring chorus girl Peggy Sawyer, who takes us along her journey. All your favorite toe-tapping and hum-alonghumming big hit songs are in this show, including You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me, Dames, I Know Now, We’re In the Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Shuffle Off to Buffalo and Forty-Second Street. Come and cheer on the underdog and watch her succeed! Walking Level: Easy Register by: Nov 2 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 11  #311420.12 Thu

Nov 15

5pm

$55

Colorado’s past contains countless stories, each as varied as its landscapes and as diverse as its people. The History Colorado Center’s hands-on and high-tech exhibits take you back in time, connecting what WAS to what’s NEXT. They’re unexpected, thoughtprovoking, and relevant. And most of all, fun! Join us for an inspirational journey that will ignite your imagination and touch your heart. Visit Denver’s newest museum and be part of the story! Walking Level: Easy Register by: Oct 26 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420.10 Thu

Nov 1

9am

$25

American Mountaineering Museum Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Golden, Colorado, sits the Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum. The 3,500 square-foot museum is a joint partnership of the Colorado Mountain Club, the American Alpine Club, and the National Geographic Society. This one-of-a-kind facility will allow visitors to live the ascent of the world’s most inspiring mountains. Walking Level: Moderate Register by: Nov 2 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420.11

Walking Levels for Trips and Tours

The following Walking Levels will be assigned to each Active Adult trip or tour to help you decide which trips and tours are suitable for you. Each level is based upon research done by staff. The Windsor Community Recreation Center reserves the right to change levels if necessary when additional information becomes available. Walking Levels: Easy: Minimal walking, primarily flat surfaces. Moderate:

Difficult:

To fully participate there may be leisurely walking over primarily even surfaces and some uneven surfaces, standing may be required and possibly a few stairs.

To fully participate there may be extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces and some incline. There may be steps and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

Thu

8:30am

$21

Governor’s Mansion Tour Built in 1908, this house has served as home to Colorado’s sitting Governor and family since 1959. The 2006 renovation of the original Carriage House, and additions of the Tebo Visitors Center and Viki and Jack Thompson Gardens, have brought this stately home to a new level of beauty and service to the people of Colorado. The home will be decorated for the holidays so don’t miss this opportunity to see it in all its splendor. Walking Level: Moderate

Register by: Dec 7 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420.16 Thu

10

Nov 8

Dec 13

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9am

$12


Active Adults United States Air Force Band Holiday Concert

Holiday Shopping Mayhem

Enjoy an annual tradition with the USAF Academy Concert Band to hear favorite holiday tunes – performed by the best of the best! Walking Level: Easy Register by: Dec 2 Ages: 55+  Min 10/Max 18  #311420.14 Mon

Dec 3

1pm

$7

Get a head start on your holiday shopping, avoid huge crowds and let us do the driving while you visit some of the best malls in the Denver area. Make your holidays a breeze and get your shopping done with ease! Walking Level: Easy

Register by: Fri before Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420 Cherry Creek .13 Thu Nov 29 Flat Iron Crossing .15 Thu Dec 6

9am

$12

9am

$12

Holiday Lights Tour Get ready for a wonderful evening touring spectacular holiday displays throughout Denver. We’ll start the evening out with dinner – location TBD. Then drive the impressive annual display at the Denver City and County Building. The building is ablaze with lights during the Christmas season. We’ll also drive by locations at Union Station, Larimer Square and Windsor Gardens before heading to the Botanic Gardens holiday display where you will take a walking tour of the Blossom of Lights. Walking Level: Moderate

Register by: Dec 14 Ages: 55+  Min 8/Max 14  #311420.17

Thu Dec 20 4pm $21+ dinner on your own

Happy N ew Y e ar 2013 !

Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Community Recreation Center. This event features music by the Colorado Sunshine Band, dancing, lunch, and a champagne toast at 12 noon! Attire is semi-formal ~ reserve your spot now and receive $3 off price of admission. Early Registration Deadline: Dec 16 Ages: 55+  Min 25/Max 125  #311520.02

Mon Dec 31 11:30am $7 – registration by Dec 16 $10 – registration after Dec 16 CRC, Evergreen Room

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Adaptive Recreation Please call 970-674-3500 for information on any Adaptive Recreation Programs.

You choose the place! Treat yourself to delicious food and fantastic company! Remember you are responsible for bringing money for your own meal—including tip. $15.00 is requested. Don’t miss out on the fun!

The Town of Windsor offers a wheelchair accessible bus which accommodates two wheelchairs. Qualified individuals with

Register by: 1 week before Ages 16+  Min 4/Max 10  325065

disabilities will be provided with reasonable accommodations in all programs.

Meet & Greet Ice Cream Social Come to the Windsor Community Recreation Center to enjoy free ice cream while you learn about Adaptive Recreation Programs. This is also an opportunity to meet and become familiar with the staff who supervise participants during programs. Ages: all ages welcome Tue Sep 4 Meet at CRC

5:30–6:30pm FREE!

Explore a variety of hobbies to spark your imagination and creative side. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 14+  Min 4/Max 10  #325012

Let’s Get Crafty $12 Learn to Cook $12 Let’s Get Crafty $12 Learn to Cook $12

Geared toward younger friends, these projects are adapted to special needs. Come enjoy new friends and make some cool art and craft projects! Register by: 1 week before Ages: 5-10  Min 3/Max 6  #325062

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4–6:30pm 4–6:30pm 4–6:30pm 4–6:30pm

$8 $8 $8 $8

Bowling

4–5pm 4–5pm 4–5pm 4–5pm

All trips: Wed  3:20–5:30pm .01 .02 .03

Sep 5-26 Oct 3- 24 Oct 31-Nov 28

$5 $5 $5 $5

.04 Dec 5-26 Meet at CRC

See what’s new on the big screen! Price includes transportation and movie ticket. Bring extra cash for snacks if desired. Movie will be G-PG13. *Actual movie titles and approximate departure time will be determined closer to the date of event. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/ Max 10  #325013 .01 Fri Sep 7 .02 Fri Oct 5 .03 Fri Nov 2 .04 Fri Dec 7 Meet at CRC

NEW!

Have a great time with friends at Highland Park Lanes in Greeley for non-competitive bowling that emphasizes basic skills, good sportsmanship, and fun. All levels are welcome. Price includes two games and shoe rental. (monthly rate, no partial refunds)

(no bowling 11/21)

Youth Adaptive Recreation Arts & Crafts

.01 Fri Sep 14 .02 Fri Oct 12 .03 Fri Nov 9 .04 Fri Dec 14 Meet at the CRC

.01 Fri Sep 21 .02 Fri Oct 19 .03 Fri Nov 16 .04 Fri Dec 21 Meet at CRC

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 14+  Min 5/Max 10  #325050

Hobby Hunters

All classes: 3:30–5pm .01 Thu Sep 13 .02 Thu Oct 11 .03 Thu Nov 8 .03 Thu Dec 13 Meet at the CRC

Movie Nights

Dinner Nights Out

$30 $30 $30 $30

Adaptive Swimming Lessons Basic swim skills are introduced and adapted for individuals with disabilities. Skill improvement and fun will be the focus in class. All abilities welcome. Call the CRC at 970-674-3500, leave your name and phone number, and you will be contacted to set up times and dates of the lessons. All ages, adults welcome too! Times are limited. *Dates

and times vary depending on pool/instructor availability. Pool time will not be available until after 7:15pm.

$15 $15 $15 $15

Storytelling

Come enjoy classic stories and readings to enhance imagination and enjoyment of the spoken word. A new story each date! Snacks will be provided! Register by: : 1 week before Ages: 14+  Min 4/Max 10  #325063 .01 Tue Oct 9 .02 Tue Nov 13 .03 Tue Dec 11 Meet at the CRC

4–5pm 4–5pm 4–5pm

$5 $5 $5

Fun & Games Get moving, exercise and play games! Focus on a different sport or fitness activity each week to learn the basic skills needed to participate. Important social skills such as listening, taking turns, following rules, working together, and making friends are all part of this fun activity. Please wear tennis shoes and appropriate active clothing. (monthly rate, no partial refunds)

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 10  #325030 .01 M Sep 10-Oct 1 .02 M Oct 8-29 .03 M Nov 5-26 .04 M Dec 3-17 Meet at the CRC

NOTE: Please bring an attendant if you need assistance with personal care outside of the water. All ages welcome WHS Pool

3:30–6:30pm 3:30–6:30pm 3:30–6:30pm 3:30–6:30pm

$20/person/lesson

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3:30-4:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 3:30-4:30pm

$40 $40 $40 $30


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NEW

Adaptive Recreation

Forney Museum of Transportation

This historic museum located in Denver, is home to several early Colorado methods of transportation, cars, trains, and snow machines! Let’s all enjoy this trip “back in time.” Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 10  #325066.05 Sat Sep 22 Meet at the CRC

9am–1pm

$15

Youth Sports Sampler Introduce your child to a variety of sports with this sampler class. All sports are adapted to special needs. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 5-10  Min 3/Max 6  #325061

.01 Fri Sep 28 .02 Fri Nov 23 .03 Fri Dec 28 CRC, Gymnasium

4–5pm 4–5pm 4–5pm

$5 $5 $5

Gardening at the CRC Wrap up this garden season and take home what you have grown after the program is over! Harvest and prepare the garden area for a long winter’s nap. (monthly rate, no partial Register by: 1 week before Ages 16+  Min 4 /Max 10  # 325019 .01 Tue Sep 4–Sep 25 .02 Tue Oct 23 (Pumpkin painting)

4–5pm 4–5pm

CSU Football Game Bring your team spirit and head over to Hughes Stadium to support the CSU Rams as they play the Hawaii Warriors! Price includes ticket and transportation. Please bring money for snacks and souvenirs if desired. GO RAMS! Register by: Oct 19 Ages: 14+  Min 4/Max 10  #325066.02 Sat Oct 27 Meet at the CRC

Time TBA

Eagles Game Support the Colorado Eagles hockey team vs. the Utah Grizzlies at the Budweiser Event Center in Loveland! Price includes ticket to the game and transportation. Please bring extra cash for snacks and drinks. GO EAGLES! Register by: Nov 2 Ages: 14+  Min 5/Max 10  #325066.01 Sat Nov 10 Meet at the CRC

6pm

$28

$35

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refunds)

Colorado Team Spirit!

$20 $8

Meet at CRC Adaptive Garden

Denver Zoo Lights Where wildlife meets wildlights! Zoo Lights displays millions of sparkling lights featuring glittering trees and animated animal light sculptures! Holiday entertainment, music, a train ride, warming stations and refreshments make this event a treat. Please bring extra money for hot chocolate and snacks if desired.

Travel to a local pumpkin patch where you will feel like you are back on the farm! You can pick pumpkins in the patch, take a walk through the corn maze and enjoy a day on the farm! Remember to bring extra money to purchase a pumpkin or snack, and dress appropriately for the activity!

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 8+  Min 4/Max 10  #325066.03 Fri Oct 26 3:30–6pm $15 Meet at the CRC

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 14+  Min 5/Max 10  #325066.04 Thu Dec 27 4:30–9:30pm Meet at the CRC

$27

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Aquatics

Masters Swim Team Want a whole body workout that is easy on your joints? Whether training for your first triathlon or never learned how to swim, a faster more efficient freestyle makes swimming much more fun and effective! Learn drills, skills, and workouts to improve your overall swim technique. All levels welcome. SAVE MONEY if you sign up for the session, or drop in for just $5/class, (punch

card required).

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 8/Max 20  #310001 .01 W/F .02 W/F

Sep 5–28 Oct 3–31

5–6am 5–6am

$30 $26

.03 W/F

Nov 2–30

5–6am

$30

5–6am

$26

(no class 10/12, 10/17 and 10/19) (no class 11/21 and 11/23)

.04 W/F Dec 5–21 Windsor High School Pool

Chimney Park Outdoor Pool Open through August! Stop by during open swim, lap swim, or drop-in for a water aerobics class before the outdoor Chimney Park Pool closes for the season! Open Swim Sat only Aug 11–25

1–5pm

Lap Swim M-F Aug 13–31 6–7am & 12–1pm

(no 12pm lap swim on 8/17)

Drop-in to a water aerobics class ($5/class—

punch card required, cash not accepted)

Deep Water Aerobics M/W/F Aug 1–31

Noon Aqua Aerobics T/Th Aug 2–30 PM Aerobics T/Th Aug 2–30

6–6:45am 12–1pm 6–7pm

Lap Swim Indoor

Private Swim Lessons Available

Increase your endurance or work out those stiff joints in the pool. Pull buoys and kick boards available. Buy a Bargain Pass and SAVE MONEY! No prorations given. Or you can drop in at your convenience for just $3.50; 50+ $3.25, (punch card required).

Sign up for a private 30 minute lesson for one or two people (same level only). You will be contacted to set up times and dates. All ages, adults welcome too! Times are limited.

Ages: 16+  #310099.01

Bargain Pass 18+ 50+ M/W/F

$75 $3.50 (punch card required) $3.25 (punch card required)

Sep 5–Dec 21

5–6am

(no swimming 10/12 – 10/19, 11/21 – 11/23, other dates may occur due to WHS events)

Windsor High School Pool

CARA Swim Team Gain lifelong skills of confidence and build friendships while taking advantage of this introduction to competitive swimming. You must be able to swim 25 yards without stopping. No practices on school holidays. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 8+ (as of 9/4/12) Min 8/Max 20  #310410.03 Sep 4–Dec 21

7:15–8:15pm

$109

(no swimming 10/12 – 10/19, 11/21 – 11/23, other dates may occur due to WHS events)

Practices: Mon – Thu; Meets: Sat or Sun Windsor High School Pool

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*Dates and times vary depending on pool/instructor availability. Pool time will not be available until after 7:15pm.

$20/1 person $25/2 people (same level only) WHS Pool

Adaptive Swimming Lessons Basic swim skills are introduced and adapted for individuals with disabilities. Skill improvement and fun will be the focus in class. All abilities welcome. Call the CRC at 970-674-3500, leave your name and phone number, and you will be contacted to set up times and dates of the lessons. All ages, adults welcome too! Times are limited. *Dates

and times vary depending on pool/instructor availability. Pool time will not be available until after 7:15pm.

NOTE: Please bring an attendant if you need assistance with personal care outside of the water. All ages welcome WHS Pool

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Aquatics

PM Aqua Aerobics Bring a friend and get fit together! This low impact class is held in water where no swimming is required. Sign up for a full session and SAVE MONEY, or drop in for $5/class, (punch card required). Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 5/Max 20  #314811

.01 T/Th .02 T/Th .03 T/Th

Sep 4–27 Oct 2–30 Nov 1–29

6–7pm 6–7pm 6–7pm

$30 $30 $30

.04 T/Th

Dec 4–27

6–7pm

$26

(no class 11/22) (no class 12/25)

AmericInn (I-25/Hwy 392)

Noon Aqua Sculpting One more chance to get a lunch-time workout. This aqua fitness workout focuses on cardiovascular fitness and toning. Sign up for a full session and SAVE MONEY, or drop in for $5/class, (punch card required).

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 5/Max 20  #314815

.01 T/Th .02 T/Th .03 T/Th

Sep 4–27 Oct 2–30 Nov 1–29

12–1pm 12–1pm 12–1pm

$30 $30 $30

.04 T/Th

Dec 4–27

12–1pm

$26

(no class 11/22) (no class 12/25)

AmericInn (I-25/Hwy 392)

Punch Cards Purchase a punch card for $17.50 and receive $20 worth of drop-ins at the pool or at the Community Recreation Center. Punch cards are available for purchase at the Community Recreation Center.

Deep Water Aerobics Wake up to this high energy water workout utilizing deep water and buoyancy devices. Designed to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, and endurance. Great workout for all ages. Sign up for the session and SAVE MONEY, or drop in for just $5/ class (punch card required). Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 5/Max 20  #314814 .01 M/W .02 M/W

Sep 5–26 5–6am Oct 1–31 5–6am

$30 $30

.03 M/W

Nov 5–28 5–6am

$30

.04 M/W Dec 3–19 5–6am Windsor High School Pool

$26

(no class 10/15, 10/17) (no class 11/21)

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Capturing Your Life Legacy

You are fascinating…really! We all are, once you hear our story. In this class, you will complete your Life Story Journal, create a visual storyboard, save precious photos, and celebrate with friends and family at the last class. Class taught by instructor Suzanne Dowd, MA. Register by: Friday before Ages: 18+  Min 6/Max 10  #314967.01

Wed Sep 19–Nov 14 10–11:30am $119 CRC, Maple Room

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Be a Tree – Families and Dogs Safety Program

Keep safe when dogs are around. This class is a must for school age children, their parents and adults who work around or near dogs. The Be a Tree program is an innovative and interactive program created by the non-profit organization Doggone Safe. Children and adults will learn to read dog body language, how to tell if a dog is safe to approach and how to approach a safe dog. This program is unique in its focus on physical activity and its emphasis on positive messages. The Be a Tree program empowers children with the knowledge to make safe decisions based on the body language and the actions of the dog and the situation at hand. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 4+  Min 4/Max 50  #314933

All Classes: Sat 10–11am .01 Sep 15 .02 Oct 13 .03 Nov 10 .04 Dec 15 CRC, Aspen Room

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$10/class; $25/class for family of 3 or more.

Instru ctor Pocop Rhonda io is a of t m Dog T he Associa ember tion o rainer f Pe s, D a licen sed B oggone S t a e a Tr ee pre fe and senter .

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Art & Heritage

CPR – Heartsaver

Take Time for Yourself!

This 3-hour class covers the American Heart Association Curriculum including: CPR for all ages, rescue breathing, choking for all ages, and AED hands on practice. This class is not

for health care providers.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 5/Max 15  #314921 .01 Thu Nov 8 CRC, Oak Room

6–8pm

$49

FREE Meditation Club

Food for Life with Sapna Von Reich

Want to learn how to develop a peaceful mind to help you overcome life’s daily stresses and anxieties? This guided meditation club practices meditation techniques that focus and calm the mind. Sessions include Qigong stretching exercises, controlled breathing, walking meditation, and seated meditation techniques. Beginners through advanced meditators welcome. The club meets Saturdays at 9am or Thursdays at 5:30pm. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a cushion to sit on Ages: 14+ Sat 9am Thu 5:30pm (no class 11/22) CRC, Aspen Room

FREE! FREE!

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Nutrition & Cooking Class: Introduction to How Foods Fight Cancer

Certain diet patterns seem to have a major effect in helping people diagnosed with cancer to live longer, healthier lives. The National Cancer Institute research shows that as much as 50% of cancer risk may be related to diet. In this class, you will learn about the right food choices that can help reduce the risk of developing cancer as well as overcome the disease after it has been diagnosed. This class is an introduction to how foods fight cancer while enjoying a cooking demonstration and tasting delicious, healthful dishes. A $15 supply fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 25  #314971 All classes: $12+ supply fee .01 Fri Sep 7 9:30–11:30am .02 Tue Oct 9 6–8pm CRC, Kitchen

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Indian Cooking with Sapna Von Reich Curry in a Hurry What do you get when American efficiency meets the authentic Indian curry? Sapna introduces you to making curry in the modern world by teaching three different styles of making Indian curry, each taking less than 15 minutes with out compromising taste or flavor. All dishes that are hot and spicy are not curries. All Curries are not fiery hot, either. Tonight’s menu includes: Red and Black Bean Curry with Spinach; Butternut Squash Curry; Curried Millet Pilaf; Mixed Vegetable Curry A $20 supply fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 12  #314970.01 Thu Sep 6 6–8:30pm $12+ supply fee CRC, Kitchen

Delicately Delicious Indian Harvest Enjoy the fall and all its bounty. Learn the techniques and flavors to add to your old favorites! Tonight’s menu includes: Spicy Sweet Potato, Pumpkin Curry, Vegetable Pulao (Basmati Rice Cooked with Veggies), Pomegranate Raita (Yogurt Salad) A $20 supply fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 12  #314970.02 Tue Oct 16 6–8:30pm CRC, Kitchen

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$12+ supply fee

Indian Fusion This class offers participants to bring a bit of globalization to their dinner table. Mix and match Sapna’s traditional recipes with common local ingredients. She’ll teach you how easy it is to spice up your everyday dishes with an Indian spin. Tonight’s menu includes: Cardamom Chai Tea, Mushroom, Pepper and Green Pea Curry on Pasta, and Tofu Tikka Masala on Baguette and Indian Style Quinoa. A $20 supply fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 12  #314970.03 Thu Nov 8 6–8:30pm CRC, Kitchen

$12+ supply fee

Homemade Indian Flatbreads Impress your family and friends with some exotic and fantastic Indian bread! Tonight’s menu includes: Spicy Spinach Paratha/ Bread, Garbanzo Bean Curry, Poori (deep fried whole wheat bread), Potato-Stuffed Paratha/Bread, Chai Tea A $20 supply fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 16+  Min 4/Max 12  #314970.04 Tue Dec 11 6–8:30pm CRC, Kitchen

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$12+ supply fee


Classes

Well Being Nutrition with Mary Ann Baak Healthy Ethnic Cooking Dissect traditional recipes and create versions that are as just as scrumptious and healthier for arteries, hips, diabetes, and blood pressure. These are cooking demonstrations with recipes and taste testing. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 17+  Min 3/Max 20  #314918 All Classes: Thu 6:30–8:30pm $22/class .01 Oct 4 Mexican .02 Nov 1 Italian .03 Dec 6 German CRC, Kitchen

Healthy and Kid Approved Meals When I was a kid...fill in the blank. We’ve all heard how others never got away with being fussy eaters when they were kids. They also didn’t have television, internet, and peers who were fussy and influencing their diets. You will get an opportunity to learn techniques to get fussy eaters to eat healthier, taste some of the foods, and take recipes home so you can re-create what you’ve learned and tasted. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 17+  Min 3/Max 20  #314919

Getting Them to Eat Their Veggies .01 Thu Nov 15 6:30–8:30pm $22 CRC, Kitchen

Baking & Other Delicious Activities Now that the garden is put to rest, and the shelves are full of home canned goodies, its time to stay in the kitchen for those other foods we love. These are cooking demonstrations, where participants taste different goodies and take home samples along with recipes. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 17+  Min 3/Max 20  #314917 All Classes: Wed 6:30–8:30pm $25/class

.01 Oct 10 High Altitude modification for perfect baking .02 Nov 14 Pies, pies and more pies .03 Dec 12 Candies to share and keep CRC, Kitchen

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“Ask A Dietician”, Nutrition Class

Everyone wants to eat healthy and get the most nutrition from our foods. But nutrition can be confusing. Come learn about specific nutrition topics and ask your vital questions. A different topic is covered each month. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 17+  Min 3/Max 20  #314916 All Classes: Tue 6:30–8:30pm

$5/class

.01 Oct 2 Food Allergies & Intolerances .02 Nov 6 Metabolic Disorder .03 Dec 4 How Food Affects Emotion CRC, Oak Room

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Classes

Basic Fencing Teen/Adult

Advanced Fencing Teen/Adult

An introduction to the modern sport of fencing. Learn fundamental weapon skills with the foil as well as basic rules and safety requirements. The aim is to prepare novices to both enjoy fencing with partners and to continue learning more advanced skills and strategies. Participants are required to wear athletic shoes and pants. Females must wear a chest guard (provided). Fencing equipment is provided.

Register by: 1st day of class Ages: 13+  Min 4/Max 10  #314780 .01 Mon Sep 10–Oct 1 .02 Mon Oct 8–29 .03 Mon Nov 5–26 .04 Mon Dec 3–17 CRC, Aspen Room

7–8:15pm 7–8:15pm 7–8:15pm 7–8:15pm

$30 $30 $30 $23

Novices, improve and expand your fencing skill with the foil. Emphasis is on mastering the fundamental skills and strategies through work and games in groups, pairs, occasional short individual lessons, and plenty of fencing bouts. Participants MUST have passed the basic fencing test and/or have Coach Permer’s permission. Participants are required to wear athletic shoes and pants. Females must wear a chest guard (provided). Fencing equipment is provided. Register by: 1st day of class Ages: 13+  Min 4/Max 10  # 314781 .01 Mon Sep 10–Oct 1 .02 Mon Oct 8–29 .03 Mon Nov 5–26 .04 Mon Dec 3–17 CRC, Aspen Room

7–9pm 7–9pm 7–9pm 7–9pm

$40 $40 $40 $30

Picasso & Wine Painting Classes Come to Picasso & Wine and explore your creative side in a relaxed, non-intimidating setting. Artist-instructors will take you through the exciting process of recreating the session’s featured painting. Enjoy a glass of wine or gourmet tea with good friends while discovering your inner Picasso. It’s a FUN outing that is not just the same old thing! And, best of all, no artistic experience is required. Paints, canvases, brushes, aprons, easels, great artist-teachers and a beverage of your choice are provided. All you have to do is come and have fun! SO, what are you waiting for? Sign up today! Please visit www.picassoandwine.com for featured painting choices. Register by: Friday before Ages: 15+  Min 1/Max 10  #314940 All Classes: 1–3:30pm

*Come to class 15 minutes early to check in.

$35

.01 Thu Sep 6

.09 Thu Oct 4

.17 Thu Nov 1

.25 Sun Dec 2

.02 Sun Sep 9

.10 Sun Oct 7

.18 Sun Nov 4

.26 Thu Dec 6

.03 Thu Sep 13

.11 Thu Oct 11

.19 Thu Nov 8

.27 Sun Dec 9

.04 Sun Sep 16

.12 Sun Oct 14

.20 Sun Nov 11

.28 Thu Dec 13

.05 Thu Sep 20

.13 Thu Oct 18

.21 Thu Nov 15

.29 Sun Dec 16

.06 Sun Sep 23

.14 Sun Oct 21

.22 Sun Nov 18

.30 Thu Dec 20

.07 Thu Sep 27

.15 Thu Oct 25

.23 Sun Nov 25

.31 Sun Dec 23

.08 Sun Sep 30

.16 Sun Oct 28

.24 Thu Nov 29

.32 Thu Dec 27

Picasso & Wine, 1555 Main Street

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Classes Need a little help? Reduced Fee Program The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Reduced Fee Program is funded through generous donations from multiple sources including the Windsor Town Board and United Way of Weld County. Reduced fees are available for Town of Windsor residents meeting qualification guidelines including proof of income and household size taken from the most recent IRS tax form and proof of residency taken from a property tax certificate, Town of Windsor utility bill or rental agreement. Applications are available at the front desk of the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th Street, online at: www.windsorgov.com, or by calling 970-674-3500.

Craft Workshop Bring your knitting, crocheting and craft projects and receive help, get tips and ideas while meeting new and old friends. The instructor will also teach new techniques and procedures. Register by: 1 week before All ages welcome  Min 5/Max 25  #314912 .01 Tue Sep 11–Oct 16 7–9pm $35 .02 Tue Nov 6–Dec 11 7–9pm $35 CRC, Maple Room

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Classes – Youth

Preschool Open Gym

PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT = Kids Night of FUN! Back by popular demand! Need a DATE NIGHT, or an evening to hang out with YOUR FRIENDS? Maybe some time to get the holiday shopping done without the kids? Bring the kids to the CRC for an evening of games, music and FUN! They will have a great time and you will too knowing your kids are having fun in a safe environment. Enjoy your evening out. YOU DESERVE IT! Light snacks provided. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 5–10  Min 30/Max 100  #315114.01 Fri Dec 7 CRC

5–9pm

Ages: 6 and under Cost: $2/child/visit T/Th

Sep 4 – Dec 20

(no class 9/25, 11/22)

9–11am

CRC, Gymnasium

$10/child

Combo Cuties

Baby Ballet & Tot Tap This fun class introduces beginning ballet and tap rhythm movement skills. With age appropriate music and fun props, children will benefit by building their memory, concentration and coordination ~ all in a positive atmosphere. Dance attire is recommended: Ballet and tap shoes required. Classes taught by Ms. Joi Register by: 1 week before Ages: 2–3   Min 5/Max 12  #313552 .01 Mon Sep 10–24 .02 Mon Oct 1–22 .03 Mon Nov 5–26 .04 Mon Dec 3–17 CRC, Aspen Room

Play with your child on gym mats, toss beanbags, play catch and more. This is a drop-in program, no registration necessary. An adult must accompany every child or family of children. A ratio of at least one adult for every three children is required. Parent participation throughout the program is required.

9:15–10am 9:15–10am 9:15–10am 9:15–10am

$27 $35 $35 $27

Experience the JOY of DANCE! This combination dance class develops rhythmic awareness, creativity, technique, creative movement, stretching and floor exercises. All basic techniques will be explored. Dance shoes and attire optional. Class taught by Ms. Joi. Register by: 1 week before Min 5/Max 12  #313550 Ages: 3–4 .01 Thu Sep 6-27 .03 Thu Oct 4-25

9:15–10am $35 9:15–10am $27

.05 Thu Nov 1-15 .07 Thu Dec 6-20

9:15–10am $27 9:15–10am $27

(no class 10/18)

Ages: 4– 5 .02 Thu Sep 6-27 .04 Thu Oct 4-25 (no class 10/18)

.06 Thu Nov 1-15 .08 Thu Dec 6-20 CRC, Fitness Room

10:15–11am $35 10:15–11am $27 10:15–11am $27 10:15–11am $27

Dancing Dolls A fun class for feet that are always moving! This combination dance class develops rhythmic awareness, creativity, technique, creative movement, stretching and floor exercises. Dance clothes, tap and ballet shoes required. Class taught by Ms. Joi. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 6–9  Min 5/Max 12   #313551 .01 Wed Sep 5-26 .02 Wed Oct 3-31

4:15–5pm 4:15–5pm

$35 $35

.03 Wed Nov 7-21 .04 Wed Dec 5-19 CRC, Aspen Room

4:15–5pm 4:15–5pm

$27 $27

(no class 10/17)

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Classes – Youth Sporties for Shorties Teddy and Me Tea Party Little ladies, you are invited to a Teddy and Me Tea Party! You and your Teddy Bear will learn proper etiquette, decorate cupcakes, and have a “grown-up” tea party! Don a pretty dress and bring a tea set for you and your teddy bear to use. Moms, bring your cameras so you can capture these precious times! $5 supply fee due to instructor the day of the tea

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 3–7  Min 5/Max 12  #313584.01 Fri Oct 5 CRC

12-1pm

$15+supply fee

Your kids will learn the FUN-damentals of their favorite sports such as football, volleyball, and soccer. Give your kids a head start in the world of athletics by exposing them to these sports in a kid-friendly, fun environment. Not only will they gain strength and coordination, but they will also learn team building and good sportsmanship. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 3–7  Min 5/Max 15  #313530

.01 Tue Sep 4–25 Football .02 Wed Sep 5¬26 Soccer .03 Tue Oct 2-23 Baseball .04 Wed Oct 3-24 Volleyball All classes: 1–2pm, CRC, Gymnasium

$40 $40 $40 $40

Princess Tea Party

Baking Bonanza

Wear your prettiest princess dress and join Cinderella for a royal tea party! Bring your favorite doll and tea set to use. We will decorate sugar cookies, enjoy tea, and learn proper etiquette. Moms, hurry and sign up for this unforgettable event...before the clock strikes midnight!

Treat yourself to this fun baking class taught by a professional cake decorator. Learn different baking techniques and express your creativity while creating fun, tasty treats. Lil’ chefs will spend two days making all sorts of goodies from scratch. So grab your apron and rolling pin, and let’s get baking!

$5 supply fee due to instructor the day of the tea

$15 supply fee due to Kidz Explorer first day of class

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 3–7  Min 5/Max 12  #313584.02

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 6-13  Min 5/Max 15  #313581.01

Fri Oct 26 CRC

10–11am

$15+supply fee

Tinkerbell Tea Party Little fairies, you are invited to Fairy Land for a tea party with Tinkerbell! We will decorate sugar cookies, enjoy tea, learn & practice proper etiquette, and perform a fairy dance! Wear your prettiest dress and bring your favorite tea set to use. Fairy wings will be provided.

M/T Oct 15-16 1:30-3:30pm $35+ fee CRC, Kitchen

Cupcake Wars Get ready for a fall Cook-Off ! Day 1, you will learn to bake cupcakes from scratch and learn decorating techniques by a professional cake decorator. Day 2, use your creativity and newly acquired knowledge to decorate your cupcakes. Be ready to have your masterpiece judged on taste, creativity and design! $15 supply fee due to Kidz Explorer first day of class

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 8-13  Min 5/Max 15  #313583.01

W/Th Oct 17–18 1:30-3:30pm $35+fee CRC, Kitchen

• Games and Toys • Bulletin Boards • Resource Books • Flashcards • Educational Games • Home School Products • Religious Ed • Laminating • MUCH MORE!!!

$5 supply fee due to instructor the day of the tea

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 3–7  Min 5/Max 12  #313584.03 Fri Nov 16 10–11am CRC

$15+supply fee

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Kidz Club at the CRC

Early Release School Days Join us for the 2012 school year early release days at the CRC. Transportation will be provided to the CRC from the Weld RE-4 elementary schools. Join us for a variety of activities including climbing wall club, science club, arts and crafts, gym activities, movies and much more. Register by: 1 week before each date Grades: K-5 Min 20/ Max 120  #313590

Tra n prov sportat CR ided to ion C RE- from the W 4 El eme eld n S ch ools tar y !

.01 .02 .03 .04 .05 .06

Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon

$15 per day 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Children picked up after 5:30 pm will be charged a late pick up fee of: $5/every 15 min/ per child.

Educate Me! 1-on-1 Tutoring Get the help your child needs to suceed!

• 1-on-1 & Small Group Tutoring • All tutoring is conducted by Certified Master Teachers K – 8 Students: • Reading • Writing • Math

High School Students: • Pre-Algebra-Calculus • Reading Comprehension • Writing

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Kenpo Karate–Youth Kenpo Karate emphasizes martial arts skills, integrity and individual achievement. It is strongly based in self-defense as well as traditional katas, or forms, presented in a well-organized curriculum. Students also benefit from

W!

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Winter Wonderland Holiday

It’s that time of year when magical things happen and this year is no different! Please bring your kids and join us over the Chocolate River and through the Peppermint Woods to visit some of our favorite animal friends as we help make Rudolph’s holiday the best one yet. Let’s sing, dance, and play through the Magical Winter Wonderland and then share some yummy holiday cookies together. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 3–6  Min 6/Max 30  #313516

discipline, confidence, fitness, coordination and fun! The Tiger program offers stranger awareness, and Panthers are introduced to the Five Rules of Safety. By earning a progressive belt rank, students find a sense of accomplishment as they build self-esteem. Belt testing is encouraged, but not required.

Register by: 1 week before

Tigers Ages: 5–7  Min 4/Max 16  #314710

.01 T/Th .02 T/Th .03 T/Th

Sep 4-27 4:30-5:15pm $40 Oct 2-30 4:30-5:15pm $40 Nov 1-29 4:30-5:15pm $40

.04 T/Th

Dec 4-20 4:30-5:15pm $30

(no class 11/22)

Panthers Ages: 8–15 Min 4/Max 16  #314720 .01 T/Th .02 T/Th .03 T/Th .04 T/Th .05 T/Th .06 T/Th

(no class 11/22)

Sep 4-27 Sep 4-27 Oct 2-30 Oct 2-30 Nov 1-29 Nov 1-29

5:15-6:15pm 6:15-7:15pm 5:15-6:15pm 6:15-7:15pm 5:15-6:15pm 6:15-7:15pm

$40 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40

.07 T/Th Dec 4-27 5:15-6:15pm $40 .08 T/Th Dec 4-20 6:15-7:15pm $30 All Classes: CRC, Aspen Room

.01 Thu Dec 20 CRC, Gymnasium W!

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4–5:30pm

$10

Sing, Dance, & Be Silly

Does your child love to sing, dance, and be silly? If yes, then this is the right class for your little sweetheart. Miss Kelly’s class is filled with fun songs, lots of dancing, and learning through the joy of music and movement. Let your child’s imagination run wild as each song brings a new opportunity to pretend. Miss Kelly ensures that every child is given motivation and praise as they grow in their love for music. Get ready for pom poms, instruments, hula hoops, balls and bubbles!

Intro to Baton Twirling Perform at local parades and festivals! Taught by one of the nation’s top twirling instructors, Director of the Rocky Mountain Golden Girls Baton Academy, Yvonne Pedersen. A great way to build coordination, rhythm, and grace, in addition to self-esteem, discipline, and teamwork skills This class is for new twirlers ages 4–12 and is only offered at the following times, so don’t miss out on your opportunity to get started twirling! An ABC professional baton is required, and can be purchased from instructor ($25) on the first day of class.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 4-12  Min 5/Max 15  #313540

.01 Sat Sep 15-29 11am–12pm $34 .02 Sat Oct 6-27 11am–12pm $46 CRC, Fitness Room

Science Club!

Parents are encouraged to stay. Siblings ages 2 and under can enjoy for free with a parent.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 3–6  Min 6/Max 30  #313515 .01 Tue .02 Wed .03 Tue

Sep 11–25 Sep 12–26 Oct 2–30

10–11 am $30 10–11 am $30 10–11 am $40

.04 Wed

Oct 3–31

10–11 am $40

.05 Tue

Nov 6–Dec 4 10–11 am $40

.06 Wed

Nov 7–Dec 5 10–11 am $40

(no class 10/16) (no class 10/17) (no class 11/20) (no class 11/21)

CRC, Gymnasium

The Science Faction

Fall Science Faction- come and enjoy some autumn-related experiments and spooky science! Register by: 1 week before Min 5/Max 15  #313570 All classes M–W

.01 Grades: K-2 .02 Grades: 3-5 CRC

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Oct 15-17

9–10am 10:30–11:30am

$21

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Supervised Open Climb / Classes Unsupervised Open Climb Closed

Mon

7am 8am

9am

10am

11am

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Parent/Child

Closed Toed Shoes Required

Supervised Climb

for

12pm

• Rules/Guidelines

Sun

•Climbing pass or daily or admission is required at all times. •Proper attire required: closed-toed shoes, pants or long shorts and casual t-shirt. •No open-toed shoes or skorts. •Please see the CRC Front Desk for Climbing Wall Rules / Guidelines.

Sup. Climb

Unsupervised Open Climb Time WCRC Certified Climbers ONLY

All Climbers and Classes

1pm

• Supervised Open Climb: Open to all

users. All uncertified climbers must purchase a belay ride at the front desk.

2pm 3pm

• Unsupervised Open Climb: Open

4pm 5pm

Sup. Climb

6pm

Mini

to certified climbers ONLY. No staff available to belay. • Private lessons: By appointment only.

Sup. Climb

• Belay Rides (ages 4+) The climbing

Youth

7pm

Open Supervised Climb: Mon & Wed: 5–7pm, Sat: 8am–12pm

Parent/Child Climb

Youth Climbers

Are you ready for an adventure? No experience is required for this introductory level rock climbing course. Learn climbing safety, commands, and techniques. Parent attendance is mandatory for all classes. Parents are free with a registered child.

Learn a variety of climbing techniques, general terminology, proper spotting methods and climbing safety.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 4-6  Min 3/Max 5  #317010

.01 .02 .03 .04

Sat Sat Sat Sat

Sep 8-29 Oct 6-27 Nov 3-17 Dec 1-15

9-10am 9-10am 9-10am 9-10am

$20 $20 $15 $15

Mini Climbers Develop your climbing skills in a noncompetitive, fun environment. Participants will learn teamwork, balance, coordination, commands, technique, and much more. Register by: 1 week before Ages: 6–8  Min 3/Max 8  #317020 .01 .02 .03 .04

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CLIMBING WALL GENERAL INFO

Tue Tue Tue Tue

Sep 4–25 Oct 2–30 Nov 6–27 Dec 4–18

5–6:30pm 5–6:30pm 5–6:30pm 5–6:30pm

$20 $25 $20 $15

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 9-14  Min 3/Max 8  #317030

.01 .02 .03 .04

Tue Tue Tue Tue

Sep 4-25 Oct 2-30 Nov 6-27 Dec 4-18

6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm

$20 $25 $20 $15

wall staff will belay climbers up and down the climbing wall. Equipment is included. Available during all supervised climbing times. •$5/Daily Pass •$45/Monthly Pass

• Climbing Pass

•$3/Daily Pass -w/own equipment •$5/Daily Pass - w/rental equipment •$30/Monthly Pass -w/own equipment •$45/Monthly Pass - w/rental equipment

Climbing Belay Certification This course will teach participants about proper belay technique and commands. Participants must attend all three classes. All participants who attend and pass the class will receive their climbing certification at the Windsor Wall only. This will allow individuals to climb and belay during open climbing wall hours. Ages: 15+

This class is by appointment only. Please call 970-674-3500 to sign up. A coordinator will contact you to schedule times and dates.

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Sep 14—Game O’ Rama Oct 5—80’s Night Nov 9—Super Star Night

$5 at the door (no bags allowed)

ACT Boot Camp

Safe Sitter Learn to be a safe sitter in this one-day, 5-hour curriculum! Learn how to care for a choking infant or child, babysitting as a business, success on the job, injury, and behavior management. Please bring a sack

lunch.

Register by: 1 week before Ages: 11-13  Min 5/Max 15  #113580.01 Jan 3

SCHOOL ID REQUIRED!

Liv ry Eve ght! 6–9pm   Ni n e Te

Get Notified!

Thu CRC

A fun, safe environment for teens to spend their leisure time on a Friday night. Call 674-3500 for more information. Grades 6th – 8th only.

9am–3pm

$48

Get the help you need to succeed! Educate Me! is a full service teaching organization dedicated to students – including their successful completion of the ACT/SAT.

• In-depth overview • Practical application of example questions • Learn how to approach, strategize, reason through and complete exam questions • Private and semi-private tutoring

Improve your ACT sCore wITh eduCATe me!

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Fitness

Get Your Body Moving! Cardio Sculpt

Designed to increase strength, muscle definition and endurance in a total body workout. Sets of high intensity STRENGTH moves focus on alternating muscle groups while a SURGE of simple cardio breaks provide additional calorie burn while allowing muscle recovery. Core work is incorporated throughout the class. If you want a blend of cardio, boot camp, weight lifting and fun, this class is for you! All levels welcome. Mon/Wed/Fri 5:30–6:30pm

Nia This is a unique fitness program that combines dance, yoga, and martial arts movements for total body conditioning and a cardiovascular workout. The movements are adaptable and can be modified for any level of fitness. Visit www.NiaNow.com for more information. Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30–10:30am

Beginner Yoga For the beginning yoga student who is interested in learning basic yoga poses while experiencing improvement in your health and well being. This class is accessible to all ages and body types with an emphasis on finding comfort in the various postures with modifications and accommodations. Join us in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Sat 8–9am

Pilates emphasizes the development of core strength which creates a foundation for your body to use more efficiently in every aspect of life. Mon/Wed 6:30–7:25pm

all of the fitness classes on this page for

just $25 for 30 days! 3 Easy Ways to Workout! 30 Day Fitness Pass - $25 5 Class Fitness Pass - $20 Drop-in - $5

Vinyasa Yoga For the experienced yoga individual this is a challenging class that develops strength, endurance, flexibility and balance. Knowledge of a variety of yoga poses is encouraged. Class can vary from the traditions of Vinyasa Flow to Ashtanga to Power Yoga. Sat 9:15–10:15am

Evening Yoga Pilates

Purchase a 30 Day Fitness Pass and you can attend

For the yoga student who enjoys a relaxing Vinyasa flow designed to release tension and encourage flexibility. This class focuses on stretching and relaxation. All fitness levels, ages and body types are welcome. Tue 7:30–8:25pm

R.I.P.P.E.D. R.I.P.P.E.D. is a “Plateau Proof Fitness Formula” originating from Orange County, CA. Instructed by master trainer Pauline Brown, this workout masterfully combines Resistance, Intervals, Power, Plyometric, Endurance, and Diet. If you are looking to lose pounds and inches, increase your metabolism, sculpt sexy, lean muscles, improve your cardio vascular performance, feel your energy and strength go through the roof, and have a blast doing it, R.I.P.P.E.D. is the right work out for you! Tue 8:15-9:15am, 5:30–6:30pm Thu 8:15-9:15am, 6:40–7:40pm

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Zumba fuses hypnotic musical rhythms and tantalizing moves to create a dynamic workout system designed to be fun and easy to do. Tue 6:40–7:40pm, Thu 5:30–6:30pm, & Sat 8:15–9:15am

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Fitness September – December 2012 Monday 8:00am

Tuesday

Wednesday

*Senior Shape Up 8:10 - 9:00am Linda *see schedule &

*Senior Shape Up 8:10 - 9:00am Linda *see schedule &

R.I.P.P.E.D. 8:15 - 9:15am Terisa

R.I.P.P.E.D. 8:15 - 9:15am Terisa

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8:30am

9:30am

Nia 9:30 - 10:30am Denise

5:30pm

Cardio Sculpt 5:30 - 6:30pm Terisa

6:30pm 7:30pm

Pilates 6:30 - 7:25pm Kathy

Thursday

Zumba 6:40 - 7:40pm Pauline

Evening Yoga 7:30 - 8:25pm Julia

Cardio Sculpt 5:30 - 6:30pm Terisa

Pilates 6:30 - 7:25pm Kathy

Zumba 8:15 - 9:15am Pauline Nia 9:30 - 10:30am Denise

Zumba 5:30 - 6:30pm Pauline

R.I.P.P.E.D. 6:40 - 7:40pm Pauline

Saturday Beginner Yoga 8:00 - 9:00am Julia

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Nia 9:30 - 10:30am Denise R.I.P.P.E.D. 5:30 - 6:30pm Pauline

Friday

Vinyasa Yoga 9:15 - 10:15am Julia

Cardio Sculpt 5:30 - 6:30pm Jan

Congratulations to master trainer and fitness instructor Pauline Brown!

Far Left - Pauline Brown received the Inspiration Award at the World Idea Fitness Convention from 2012 Fitness Instructor of the Year, Dan McDonogh. Left - Pauline also received an Inspiration Award and Service Award from RIPPED. Above - Zumba fitness class

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Sports – Adult

Fall Adult Softball

Men’s Adult Basketball Men’s recreational teams play seven league games, and a single elimination tournament. Games consist of two 20 minute halves. Players must be 18 years of age or older. The league is designed for teams that have average skilled players. Players should not have college experience. High school experience is acceptable. Teams should not have more than two players over 6’4” tall. Register by: Jan 6 Ages: 18+ Min 4 teams/div / Max 7 teams/div Cost: $425/team includes post-season single elimination tournament

This league combines the interest of both men’s and co-ed softball teams in the community for friendly competition and sportsmanship. The number of teams per night is limited so register early! Teams are scheduled to play seven regular season games with a double elimination postseason tournament. Register by: Aug 19 or until full Ages: 16+ Min 4 teams/div / Max 7 teams/div Cost: $460/team includes post-season tournament Divisions: Monday – Men’s E Rec #312401 Tuesday – Men’s E Rec #312402 Thursday – Coed Rec #312404 Friday – Coed Rec #312405 Games: Aug 27–Oct 12 from 6–10pm Coed Tournament: Oct 6 Men’s Tournament: Oct 13 Diamond Valley Fields Manager Mtg Aug 22 at 6:30pm

Divisions: Tue – Men’s Rec #112102 Wed – Men’s E Rec #112103 Thu – Men’s Rec #112104

Games: Jan 15–Mar 7, 7:40–10:40pm Tue Tournament Mar 12 & 19 Wed Tournament March 13 & 20 Thu Tournament Mar 14 & 21 CRC, Gymnasium Managers Mtg: Jan 10 at 7pm

Lunch Bunch Basketball Enjoy pickup basketball games from noon to 1pm at the CRC. This program is $1 to drop in.

Free Seminar:

Sports Physicals: $45 674-0147

Concerned Parents of Youth Athletes Aug. 8th @ 6:30 PM Aug. 21st @ 6:30 PM

www.ChiropracticWindsor.com

Mud Volleyball Tournament Get down and dirty with the Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department for the 11th Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament on Labor Day Weekend. Register at the Windsor Community Recreation Center or call 970-674-3500. Register by: Aug. 31, 12pm $120/team (includes up to 10 T-shirts/ team) Divisions: Adults 16+  #215112.01 Youth 15 & under   #215113.01 Sat Sep 1 Check- in 8am Diamond Valley

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Youth Ultimate & Flag Football Ultimate & Flag Football is offered in collaboration with Fort Collins Parks & Recreation. Two practices per week (one hour each) and games on Saturdays. Teams practice in Windsor and play games in Fort Collins. A Windsor universal jersey is required. Volunteer coaches are needed!! Registration Deadline: Aug 3 (there may still be openings) Grades: 1–6 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Min 8/Max 40 Cost: $60 + required jersey sold separately Divisions: Ultimate Flag Flag Flag

Kindergarten #215200.01 1st–2nd #215201.01 3rd–4th #215202.01 5th–6th #215203.01

Games: Saturdays, Sep 8-Oct 27 in FC Practices: weekdays, PM in Windsor no earlier than the week of Aug 20 Parent Meeting on Wed, Aug 15 at 6:30pm at the CRC

The Punt, Pass & Kick program creates a lively and engaging forum for boys and girls ages 6-15 to compete separately against their peers in punting, passing and kicking skills. Top scorers in each age division will advance to a sectional competition. For more information, please call 970-674-3500 or visit the website at www.nflppk.com.

Ages: 6–15 (as of December 31, 2012) Register: day of event, 12-1pm FREE Sun Sep 16 1pm Eastman Park

Recreation Tackle Football May still have space available! Please call 970-674-3500 to check for openings. Tackle football is for 3rd–6th graders. Teaches youngsters the skills and fundamentals of 8-man tackle football. Games begin in September Practices begin in August

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Sports – Youth Pee-Wee Recreation Basketball (Boys & Girls K-1st grade) Pee-wee recreation basketball is specifically designed for Kindergarten and 1st graders to teach the fundamentals of basketball in a team setting with modified rules and basket height. This league is gender specific and plays during the girls recreation basketball season. Note, boys K-1st grade basketball will not be offered during the boys basketball recreation season. Registration Deadline: Sep 16 Grades: K – 1 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Min 40/div/ Max 180/div Cost: $50 + required jersey sold separately

Divisions: Boys Kindergarten 115700.01

Boys 1st grade

115701.01

Girls K - 1st grade 313100.01

Games: Saturdays, Nov 10–Dec 15 (no games or practices 11/22–26)

Practices: 4–7:30pm, beginning no earlier than Oct 29 CRC, & Various Weld RE-4 Schools Parent Meeting on Wed, Oct 10 at 6:30pm at the CRC

FREE Pee Wee & Girls Basketball Camp! Taught by WHS Girls Basketball Team! Grades: K – 8 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Sat Nov 3 9–11am CRC Gymnasium

FREE!

Recreation Girls Basketball (2nd-8th grade)

Recreation Boys Basketball (2nd8th grade)

Girls in-town recreation basketball is a fun recreation league designed to teach the fundamentals of basketball in a team setting. To help ensure equal team competition, 3rd

Boys in-town recreation basketball is a fun recreation league designed to teach the fundamentals of basketball in a team setting. To help ensure equal team competition, 3rd

on basketball skills and athleticism and placed on teams according to skill level.

on basketball skills and athleticism and placed on teams according to skill level.

– 8th grade players must attend one mandatory player assessment date. Players will be assessed

Registration Deadline: Sep 16 Grades: 2 – 8 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Min 40/div/ Max 180/div Cost: $50 + required jersey sold separately Divisions: 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade 5th grade 6th–8th grade

(no games or practices 11/23–26)

Practices: 4–9pm, beginning no earlier than Oct 29 CRC, & Various Weld RE-4 Schools Parent Meeting on Wed, Oct 10 at 6:30pm at the CRC

Girls Basketball Assessments Mon Tue Mon Tue

Team selection: Coaches only Wed

Registration Deadline: Dec 11 Grades: 2 – 8 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Min 40/div/ Max 180/div Cost: $50 + required jersey sold separately Divisions: 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade 5th grade 6th – 8th grade

313102.01 313103.01 313104.01 313105.01 313106.01

Games: Saturdays, Nov 10–Dec 15

3rd grade 4th grade 5th grade 6-8th grade

– 8th grade players must attend one mandatory player assessment date. Players will be assessed

Oct 22 Oct 23 Oct 22 Oct 23

5–6:30pm 5–6:30pm 7–8:30pm 7–8:30pm

Oct 24

TBD

115702.01 115703.01 115704.01 115705.01 115706.01

Games: Saturdays, Jan 26–Mar 2 Practices: 4–9pm, beginning no earlier than Jan 14 CRC, & Various Weld RE-4 Schools Parent Meeting on Wed, Jan 2 at 6:30pm at the CRC

Boys Basketball Assessments 3rd Grade

Last Name A-L Mon Last Name M-Z Mon

4th grade 5th grade 6-8th grade

Tue Tue Mon

Team selection: Coaches only Wed

Jan 7 5–6:15pm Jan 7 6:30-7:45pm Jan 8 5–6:30pm Jan 8 7–8:30pm Jan 7 8–9:30pm Jan 9

Intermediate Basketball Coaches needed. Call 970-674-3500 for a coaches’ application.

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Intermediate Basketball Teams are forming for the 2012-2013 Intermediate basketball season. Open tryouts will be held for existing teams needing players and new teams. Boys will play in Power to Play Sports Fall league. Girls will play either in the Triple Crown Northern Colorado Girls League or the Power to Play Sports League. Each league has the option to compete in Gold Crown Foundation Basketball or play in the Power to Play Sports Winter League. Players will be evaluated on basketball skills, athleticism, and attitude. Games will primarily on Sundays. Practices begin in September. There is no charge for tryouts. Grades: (as of 2012/2013 school yr) $130–Fall League $170–Gold Crown Tryout is FREE Girls Saturday, August 25 7th/8th grade 9-10:30am 5th/6th grade 11-12:30pm 4th grade 1-2:30pm

Boys Sunday, August 26 4th grade 1-2:30pm 5th/6th grade 3-4:30pm 7th/8th grade 5-6:30pm Tryouts will be held at the CRC, Gym

Sports – Youth Winter Basketball Camp Camp Director Bruce Dick is one of the best motivators and shooting instructors in the game today. His camps will improve the ability of basketball players regardless of their ability or age. His teams play an exciting style of basketball and are always among the top 3 point shooting and free throw teams in Colorado. Register by: 1st day of camp Grades: 1–8 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Min 20/ Max 120 Activity #315798.01 Thu/Fri Dec 27–28 9–11:30am CRC, Gymnasium

$50

Youth Volleyball Recreational volleyball is an easy way to learn the basics of volleyball while having tons of fun and making new friends! Register by: Jul 27 or until full (Hurry space may still be available!) Grades: 1–6 (as of 2012/2013 school yr) Min 60/div / Max 120/div Cost: $50 + required jersey sold separately Divisions: 1st & 2nd Grade #215501.01 3rd & 4th Grade #215503.01 5th & 6th Grade #215505.01 Games: Saturdays, Sep 8–Oct 13 Practices: weekdays 4–9pm, beginning no earlier than Aug 20 at CRC, Weld RE-4 School Gyms Parent Meeting on Wed, Aug 15 at 6:30pm at the CRC

Intermediate AA and AAA Baseball Tryouts Teams are forming for the 2013 Intermediate AA and AAA baseball. Open tryouts will be held for existing teams needing players and new teams. Players will be evaluated on baseball skills, athleticism and attitude. AA team will play in the Longmont Baseball League and AAA teams will play in the Fort Collins Rookie League. Call the Community Recreation Center at 970-674-3500 to be placed on a show of interest list. If you are unable to make the tryout date; call before the tryout dates to make other arrangements. Failing to do so may forfeit your eligibility to play in the 2013 season. There is no charge for the tryout. Age as of: Apr 30, 2013 Tryout is FREE: Sat Aug 25 Times: 9, 10 & 11 yrs 12, 13 & 14 yrs Chimney Park Ball Fields

10am 12pm

Denver Nuggets Skills Challenge The Denver Nuggets Skills Challenge is a FREE competition open to boys and girls that allows youngsters to showcase their talents in dribbling, passing, and shooting. This youth program is produced by the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Parks and Recreation Association. Top scorers from each age group advance to a sectional competition and sectional winners advance to the State Championship to be held in conjunction with a Denver Nuggets game at the Pepsi Center.

Ages: 7 - 14 (as of April 30, 2013) Register: day of event, 9–10am

Sat Jan 19 CRC, Gymnasium

10am–12pm

FREE

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Sports – Youth Coaches Sport Specific Meetings This mandatory meeting covers the upcoming season including rules, practices, team rosters, program philosophy, scheduling, facilities and more.

Inclement Weather Sports Hotline: 970-674-3530

Volleyball Mon Aug 6 Recreation Football Thu Aug 9 Pee Wee Basketball Mon Oct 1 Girls Basketball Mon Oct 1 Boys Basketball Mon Dec 17 All coach sport specific meetings are held at the CRC from 6:30 – 8:30pm.

Please call this number when concerned about weather for all scheduled games. Please call your coach about practice cancellations. Thank you.

Uniforms: Uniforms are sold at the Windsor Community Recreation Center. Recreational uniforms may be exchanged or returned within 10 business days of purchase date if it has not been worn or washed and the tags are still attached.

Need a little help? Reduced Fee Program The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Reduced Fee Program is funded through generous donations from multiple sources including the Windsor Town Board and United Way of Weld County. Reduced fees are available for Town of Windsor residents meeting qualification guidelines including proof of income and household size taken from the most recent IRS tax form and proof of residency taken from a property tax certificate, Town of Windsor utility bill or rental agreement. Applications are available at the front desk of the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th Street, online at: www.windsorgov.com, or by calling 970-674-3500.

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Universal Jersey Baseball Hat Softball Visor

$25 $15 $15

Interested in Officiating and Umpiring Youth Sports? New and returning officials need to apply for the upcoming season by the dates below. Application date deadlines:

Soccer Girls Basketball Boys Basketball

Sun Mon Mon

Aug 5 Oct 22 Jan 7

Coaches Certification Trainings NYSCA National Youth Sports Coaches Association

NYSCA training teaches coaches their responsibilities and holds them accountable to a strict code of conduct. It is mandatory for youth coaches to come to one of the scheduled meetings during the year! Coaches must stay for the entire two hours. Football/Soccer/Volleyball Mon Aug 13 Pee Wee Basketball Mon Oct 8 Girls Basketball Mon Oct 8 *Boys Basketball *Sat *Jan 12 *meeting time: 10am – 12pm All other coaches certification meetings are held at the CRC from 6:30 – 8:30pm.

Parent Meetings Parents Assoc. for Youth Sports & Sport Specific Info. The PAYS program helps parents and youth leagues work together to provide the best possible sports experience for children. If you have previously attended the PAYS portion of the Parent Meeting, you can just attend the second half of the meeting starting at 7:00pm, which covers season schedules, rules and more. Recreation Football Wed Aug 15 Soccer Wed Aug 15 Volleyball Wed Aug 15 Basketball Divisions: Pee Wee (K-1st) Wed Oct 10 Girls (2nd-8th) Wed Oct 10 Boys (2nd-8th) Wed Jan 2 All parent meetings are held at the CRC from 6:30 – 8pm.

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Register NOW: FALL SPORTS at Northern Colorado’s Largest INDOOR Sports Center Learn the basics of 4 different sports per day! Full or Half Day; Girls & Boys - Fall Grades K - 5 • Week-long camps: Aug 6 - 10 & 13 - 17 • Single Day: 9/17, 10/18-19, 11/21, 23, & 26 • Holiday Drop-n-Shop: 12/17 - 21 & 1/2 - 4

Boys & Girls = New sessions start every six weeks Call for Ages 3 - 5 days & times Ages 4 - 5

KinderKicker Soccer First Baseball First Football First Basketball

First Tennis First Golf Kinder Karate

• Tennis Lessons • Gr K - HS

Learn, practice & play in the same day! Leagues are 1 day/ week for 6 - 8 weeks

• Volleyball

• Hanrahan Golf School Starts

Grades 3 - 8

Thurs

9/13

Multi-Level

Grades 1 - 8

Mon

9/10

• Baseball

Multi-Level

Grades 1 - 8 U5 - U6 U7 - U11

Tues Wed Mon

9/11 11/7 11/5

• Volleyball

• Girls Lacrosse • Soccer

• FCBC Baseball Ages 5 - 18

Weekdays or Weekends in Jan - Mar

- Ages 4 - 14

Thu-Sat 12/27 - 29

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Thu-Sat 12/27 - 29

• Boys • Girls

Fri, Sat, Sun Starts week of 11/1

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12/27 - 29

• Gr 3 - 8

• Lacrosse

Starts week of 11/5

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the FC Foxes!

• Recreational Softball

Grades K - 8

• Soccer

(Boys & Girls) w/

• 3 days: Thursday-Saturday • Ages 4 - 14; All skill levels

• Tackle Football: City of Ft Collins Grades 5 & 6 Weekdays

(Boys & Girls)

• Ages 6 - 12+ 3 wk session: 10/13, 20, 27

Multi-Level

• Boys Lacrosse

(Boys & Girls)

3-wk sessions in Oct, Nov, & Dec

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Forestry Treasure Island Garden

Located adjacent to Laku Lake Road, along the Poudre River Trail, south of Eastman Park. Treasure Island Garden is a cooperative effort between the Town of Windsor and the Colorado Master Gardeners of Weld County.

Weld County Colorado Master GardenersSM from Treasure Island Garden will be discussing the topics listed below and answering questions. Please join us for classes designed to meet the needs of local gardeners. Classes will be held at Treasure Island Garden. Watch the Wednesday newspaper for additional information, or call 686-2999. Classes will be outside so be prepared for the weather. Bring you chair and sunscreen.

Saturday Classes:

Sat Aug 11 Garden Tour – Treasure Island Garden will be participating in the annual Kiwanis Club Garden Tour.

Sat Sep 8 Ending the Season – Janene Willey – Preserving the harvest, cleaning up, saving seeds, fall bulbs and preparing for spring.

Senior Tuesdays:

Tour the Treasure Island Garden on Senior Tuesdays! A guided tour will be provided. Learn about the garden and see first-hand how it progresses throughout the season! Registration is free, call 970-674-3500 if you need a ride to the garden for a minimal fee.

Tue 10-11am FREE! (unless you need a ride, $3 age 55+) Ages: 55+ Min 5 Max 14   #211556 Located off of South 7th Street at Laku Lake Road (South side of Eastman Park) 04 Aug 21 See the late summer display of annuals, perennials, and grasses. A special treat will be viewing the maturing vegetable garden. .05 Sep 18 Winding up the harvest. Pumpkins and squash are in their glory. Tour the veggies and our newly-developed sunken rock garden. See how the Garden has grown over the summer.

Group Garden Tours and Treasure Island Garden Speakers: If your group or club would like a free tour, or if you would like to schedule a speaker for your group, please call 686-2999.

Help Wanted: Treasure Island Garden volunteers to pick produce for the Windsor Food Pantry on Tuesday and Thursday mornings starting in July. If you would like to help, meet us at the garden at 8am. Produce needs to be delivered as soon as possible.

Recycle Your Christmas Trees! Christmas trees may be dropped off for recycling at the Brush Recycling site. Brush permits are not required for Christmas trees. Please remove all decorations from trees before dropping them off. Thank you. Christmas Tree Recycling Hours: Dec 26, 2012– Jan 27, 2013 Wednesday–Sunday, 12pm–4pm

Brush Recycling Site New Entrance / New Regulations The Town of Windsor Brush Recycling Site is now being operated by the Facilities Division of the Public Works Department. Location: The Brush Recycling Site is located at 801 Diamond Valley Dr., however a new entrance has been created for the site. Access to this entrance is available from Diamond Valley Dr. Permits: Annual brush permits are available for Windsor residents. Load fees will apply at the site. Please see fee information below.

Brush permits are available at: Town Hall, 301 Walnut Street, & the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th Street. To obtain a permit, please bring: • Drivers License • Proof of Residency: (TOW Utility Bill, Property Tax Statement, or Lease Agreement)

Hours: March–October Wednesday–Sunday 10am-12pm; 12:30pm-6pm November–February Wednesday–Sunday 12pm–4pm

Accepted Items: • Grass Clippings • Leaves • Garden Trimmings • Branches under 18” Diameter Items NOT Allowed: • Branches Over 18” Diameter • Sod • Lumber of any kind • Trash FEES: Windsor Residents with Permit: • $2 / load

Non-Residents & Commercial: • $6 / Cubic Yard (Minimum Charge $6)

Location: 801 Diamond Valley Drive.

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Aberdour Circle (6600 Aberdour Cir.) Bison Ridge (1990 Yonkee Dr.) Boardwalk (100 N. 5th St.)

Chimney (200 E. Chestnut St.)

Covenant (1401 Fernwood Drive)

Diamond Valley (801 Diamond Valley Dr.) Eastman (7025 Eastman Park Dr.)

Founders Green (1201 Grand Ave.) Main (300 Locust St.)

Northern Lights (305 Prospector St.) planned for 2013 Poudre Heights (1670 Green River Dr.)

Windsor Highlands (7985 Highland Meadows Pkwy.) Windsor Village (55 Rochester Dr.) Windsor West (500 10th St.)

Art & Heritage Center: (116 5th St.) Town of Windsor Museum exhibition, education and rental space. Check www.windsorgov.com for more information. Chimney Park Swimming Pool: (421 Chimney Park Dr.) Includes 3

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Schools

Grandview Elementary School: (1583 Grand Ave.) Mountain View Elementary School: (810 3rd St.) Range View Elementary School: (700 Ponderosa Dr., Severance) Skyview Elementary School: (1000 Stone Mountain Dr.)

Eastman Park Oxbow: (7025 Eastman Park Dr., west of barrier) Open space and 12 hole disc course. Visit www.windsorgov.com for map.

Tozer Primary School: (501 Oak St.)

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Poudre Natural Area: (1050 Larch Dr.) 14 acre open lands. Includes

Poudre Pooch Park—a 1 acre off-leash dog park accessible from the northwest corner of Eastman Park off of Eastman Park Drive.

Riverbend Natural Area: (525 Parkwood Dr.) 10 acres open lands and detention area.

Town Hall: (301 Walnut St.) Town administrative offices. Town of Windsor Museum: (100 N. 5th St.)Includes Depot, School, Church, 4-Square, Beet Shanty, Summer Kitchen, Eaton House.

Windsor Community Recreation Center: (250 N. 11th St.) Includes

gymnasium, aerobics/dance room, activity center, multi-purpose room, classrooms, conference room, gallery and patio. Rooms available to rent for special occasions and meetings. ADA accessible.

Windsor Trail System: View map at www.windsorgov.com/trailmap

Volleyball (Sand)

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shelters, outdoor pool, water slide, and concessions.

Lakeview Cemetery: (32815 Hwy 257) 21.6 acres. For information visit

Trail

Soccer Fields

Skate Park

Shelter

Restrooms

Playground

Lake / Pond

Horseshoe Pit

Hockey Rink

Frisbee Disc Golf

Fishing

Dog Park

Boating

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Other Town Facilities

Beach

Basketball Court

Baseball / Softball Fld.

Backstop

Archery Range

Park Amenities

Amphitheater

Parks & Facilities

Severance Middle School: (1801 Avery Plaza St., Severance) Windsor Middle School: (900 Main St.) Windsor High School: (1100 Main St.)

Planning an Event?

Windsor Community Recreation Center CALL for a Reservation Today!

Birthday Parties, Weddings, Business Meetings, Seminars, Quinceañeras, Graduations!

From a casual birthday party, elegant wedding reception or professional business meeting, the Community Recreation Center can accommodate events from 5 to 500 guests.

Call 970-674-3500 for details

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Registration Information

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4 Easy Ways to Sign Up! P

NLINE!  For your convenience, most programs are available for online registration. To complete an online registration, you will need your household ID number and a password. Register directly at https://register.windsorgov.com. For assistance, or for more information call 970-674-3500 or visit www.windsorgov.com.

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n Person  Walk-in registrations are taken during regular

business hours at the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St. Cash, checks, money orders, or credit cards are accepted. Please include your driver’s license or identification number, issuing state, and expiration date on your check.

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programs are available for phone registration. You may call the Windsor Community Recreation Center at 970-674-3500 to register over the phone, and pay with a credit card during regular business hours.

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send it along with your payment in the form of a check (include your driver’s license or identification number, issuing state, and expiration date) or money order, payable to “Town of Windsor” or fill in the credit card information and mail to: Town of Windsor, Parks, Recreation & Culture, 250 N. 11th St., Windsor, CO 80550.

Payments

Deadlines:

All major forms of credit cards are accepted as well as cash, checks, money orders or cashier checks. **Payments by check: The Town of Windsor will charge a $15 service fee for all checks not honored for any reason by the bank. Checks should be made payable to “Town of Windsor” and should include your driver’s license or identification number, issuing state, and expiration date.** Full payment must be made at the time of registration.

Reduced Fees

Eligible participants in our Reduced Fee Program can receive a discount off the registration fee. Applications are available at the Community Recreation Center or online at www.windsorgov.com. Please see pages 21 & 34 for information.

Refund Policy:

After initial registration, a refund request is required in writing a minimum of five (5) days prior to the start of any class or program to receive a full refund unless otherwise noted. Four (4) days prior to the start date and through the first week of the session, 50% of the registration fee is refundable. No refunds or transfers will be allowed after the first week of the session unless circumstances, stated in writing, warrant consideration. Refund request forms are located at the Community Recreation Center or visit www.windsorgov.com.

Full refunds will be given if the Recreation Division cancels a class or program. Please note: minimum participation numbers must be met or programs may be cancelled. No refunds or transfers will be accepted less than two (2) days prior to the start of a program that only meets once.

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ail  Please complete the registration form and

The registration deadlines for each event are listed in this brochure under the event description. A “first come, first served” wait list will be maintained after the deadline date to fill any remaining event openings.

Notice to Participants:

Waiting List Procedure:

Waiting lists are a source of contact and do not guarantee you will receive a call back. We will contact you only if a space becomes available. Waiting lists for a closed class or sport provides us with a name and phone number in the event of a cancellation or if a new class is added. It does not limit you from registering for any other open class.

Minimums/Maximums:

Class sizes are limited to assure class quality and safety. Minimum participation numbers must be met or programs may be cancelled.

Team Selection:

The Parks, Recreation & Culture Department’s goal is to provide participants opportunities to form new friendships, and have a fun recreational atmosphere with teams as balanced as possible. Special requests are not taken. Only the head coach and one assistant coach’s children are placed on teams together. Teams are randomly selected by computer or by assessments, separated by skill level, age or grade and gender if applicable.

Participants must recognize that all classes/ activities of a physical nature involve some risk and by registering for a class/activity of this nature, there is an assumption of risk by the participant. Every effort is made to ensure the safety of the participants and to provide them with first class recreational facilities, activities and parks. In the event of a serious accident or illness, it is the policy of the Town of Windsor to: 1. Call 911 for emergency personnel for first aid. 2. Reach the parent or guardian as soon as the situation allows. Each registration must have a waiver signed by either a parent or legal guardian.

Americans With Disabilities Act:

In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Civil Rights act of 1964, the Town of Windsor will generally provide access, support and when appropriate, reasonable accommodations upon request. Complaints about a Town program, service, or activity which is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be directed to: Mary Robins Director of Human Resources/ADA Coordinator Voice: 970-674-2482 Relay Colorado TTY: 800-659-2656 Email: mrobins@windsorgov.com Address: 301 Walnut, Windsor, CO 80550.

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Registration Form

Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture 250 N. 11th Street • Windsor, CO 80550

(please fill out as completely as possible)

www.windsorgov.com 970-674-3500 Your Link to quality of life...

Individual or Team Registration Information Adult or Primary Guardian or Team Manager First

Secondary Guardian (if applicable) or Assistant Manager

Last

First

Address

Address

City Home

State

Zip

Work

Gender

City

Cell

First

State

Home

Email Address

Participant Name

Last Zip

Gender

Work

Cell

Email Address Birthdate m/d/y

Last

M/F

School/Grade

Parental Support:  Please check any that you can help with: Coach:

Team Name

League

Assist:

Program Name

Sponsor:

Division

Program #

Other:

Fee

Fee

Team Information : Team managers please stop by or call the Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department for information on Team Rosters, Rules & Regulation Packets. Each team member must sign and return an individual waiver (included in your packets).

Payment Info: Cash Driver’s License/ID#:

Issuing State:

  Check (#) exp.

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  Credit Card: Visa/MasterCard

 CC#:

Discover

  Signature:

American Express exp:

/

Total Amount:

$

Medical Information: Please list any medical conditions or concerns that an instructor or coach should be aware of: Do you need special accommodations? Please explain: LIABILITY WAIVER: **IMPORTANT - THIS IS A LEGAL DOCUMENT. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.** On behalf of myself and any other person upon whose behalf this form is now signed, I expressly understand and agree that neither the Town of Windsor, Colorado, a municipal corporation, nor any of its officers, agents, volunteers, assistants, or employees shall be held responsible nor subjected to any claim seeking to assess damages or establish liability for or arising from personal injury, property damage, or loss of any other sort as a result of actual or proposed participation in the program for which I am now registering, and I hereby agree to indemnify and hold the Town of Windsor, Colorado, its officers, agents, volunteers, assistants, or employees harmless on account of any such personal injury or property damage or other loss as aforesaid. I understand the Town assumes no liability for actions of service providers contracted to conduct offsite programs. PERMISSION TO USE PHOTOGRAPHS: On behalf of myself and any other person upon whose behalf this form is now signed, I hereby grant full and unrestricted permission to the Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department to use photographs in publications and marketing material including internet, and to release photographs to media outlets for publicity purposes. Upon my signature hereon, I acknowledge that I have read and understand this Liability Waiver and Permission to Use Photographs, and have freely and voluntarily signed this document on the date hereinafter set forth. REFUND POLICY: 1. After initial registration, a refund request is required in writing a minimum of five (5) days prior to the start of any class or program for a full refund unless otherwise noted. 2. Four (4) days prior to the start date and through the first week of the session, 50% of the registration fee is refundable. No refunds or transfers will be allowed after the first week of the session unless circumstances stated in writing, warrant consideration. 3. No refunds or transfers will be accepted less than two (2) days prior to a program that only meets once. 4. Full refunds will be given if the Recreation Department cancels a class or program. Please note: minimum participation numbers must be met or programs and classes may be cancelled. Upon my signature hereon, I acknowledge that I have read and understood this Refund Policy and have freely and voluntarily signed this document on the date hereinafter set forth. Date:

Received by:

Signature:

Print Name:

Amt: $

Date:

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General Information The Mission Parks, Recreation & Culture Staff Town Manager Director of Parks, Recreation & Culture Administrative Specialist Facility Scheduling Coordinator Manager of Art and Heritage Manager of Parks & Open Space Manager of Recreation Marketing / Web Specialist Museum Curator Office Supervisor Recreation Supervisor Recreation Supervisor Recreation Coordinator Recreation Coordinator Special Events Coordinator Town Forester

Kelly Arnold. . . . . . . . . . 970-674-2400 Melissa Chew. . . . . . . . . 970-674-2423 Sandra Sheffler . . . . . . . . 970-674-2422 Laura Thiemann . . . . . . . 970-674-3502 Carrie Knight . . . . . . . . . 970-674-2443 Wade Willis. . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-2434 Tara Fotsch. . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-3512 Brenda Troiano . . . . . . . . 970-674-2438 Katie Bates. . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-2439 Erin Olson. . . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-3506 Kendra Martin. . . . . . . . . 970-674-3514 Bobby Warner. . . . . . . . . 970-674-3507 Jay Eckhardt . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-3515 Matt Kraus . . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-3511 Amy Porter . . . . . . . . . . . 970-674-2441 Ken Kawamura . . . . . . . . 970-674-2440

Windsor Town Board

Mayor.......................................................................................John Vazquez Mayor Pro-Tem................. District 4.................................. Kristie Melendez Members........................... District 1..........................................Myles Baker District 2.....................................Don Thompson District 3..........................Robert Bishop-Cotner District 5.......................................... Jeremy Rose District 6.......................................... Ivan Adams

Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Board

Chair........................................................................... Rebecca Holder-Otte Vice-Chair.............................................................................. John Pankonin Members.................................................................................Phil Boatright Carlene Irion Regan Price Howard Robinson C. Debbi Waltman

Windsor Tree Board

Chair.................................................................................... Craig Bonesteel Vice-Chair................................................................................... Wendy Ball Secretary.................................................................................. Mary Monroe Members.................................................................................... Bill Monroe Gene Morey Alison O’Connor Janene Willey Please visit www.windsorgov.com for meeting times, dates, agendas and minutes. All meetings are open to the public.

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The Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department’s mission is to provide recreation and cultural opportunities for the entire community through quality programs, facilities, service and management of natural resources.

Comments, Questions???

The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department is committed to serving you in the best way possible. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns about programs or facilities, please let us know. Every effort will be made to answer your questions or correct the problem. E-mail: windsorpr@windsorgov.com Call: 970-674-3500 Visit: www.windsorgov.com and select Report it!

Reduced Fee Program

The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department has a reduced fee program that offers financial assistance to both children and adults who need support in order to participate in recreation activities. Please contact the Community Recreation Center to obtain an application. Your request will be confidentially reviewed and approved based on financial qualifications. For details see page 21, 34.

Register Online!

Sign up anytime online!

Go to www.windsorgov.com and click on Recreation Registration on the left side of the home page. For help, please e-mail windsorpr@windsorgov.com. Register directly at https://register.windsorgov.com

Important Phone Numbers Inclement Weather Sports Hotline.....970-674-3530 Art & Heritage......................................970-674-2443 Chimney Park Pool...............................970-686-2632 Community Recreation Center (CRC)..970-674-3500 Community Recreation Center Fax......970-674-3535 CRC Facility Rentals............................970-674-3502 Forestry..................................................970-674-2440 Parks Division.......................................970-674-2422 Police Department.................................970-674-6400 Senior Meals/Transportation.................970-674-3500 Shelter Rentals......................................970-674-3500 Town Hall.............................................970-674-2400

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Birthday Party Packages! Fun Birthday Party Packages at the CRC! • Climbing Wall Party Package • Science Club Party Package • Critter Party Package

Party packages may include: • Room • Pizza • Cake • Decorations CALL 970-674-3502 for more information!


Enjoy the whimsy, the culture, and the fun that is...

Town of

Windsor 11am-Opening Ceremony 11am-1pm The River Boys (Dutch Hop) 2pm-4pm SHEL (Modern Folk) 4pm Closing Ceremony

11am-4pm General Seating 12:30pm-1pm Dutch Hop Dancing Contest

11am-4pm Children’s Puppetry Crafts w/Master Puppeteer Patti Smithsonian 1pm-1:30pm Puppetry Performance by Master Puppeteer Patti Smithsonian 2pm-4pm Face Painting

11am-4pm Food & Craft Vendors 1:30pm-2pm 2nd Annual Dachshund Race

2012 Sept 15

11Am - 4PM

Boardwalk Park 100 N. 5th Street For more info, call or visit 970-674-2443 www.windsorgov.com/ArtAndHeritage

Link 2012 Fall  

Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Brochure

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