Inclusion Do you need assistance to fully participate in activities listed throughout the Recreator? The City of Fort Collins welcomes individuals of all abilities into our classes and programs



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Basic 2 Skate

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 1 or be between the ages of 10–15 and never skated. Upon completion of this level participants will be able to do the following skills: forward glides, pumping, slalom, backward two-foot swizzles, two-foot glide, turn, snowplow stop, and T-position. Note: Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners. Warm clothes including gloves or mittens are needed. We prefer that parents observe from the seating area Class will not be held on 10/20.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $57 410310-01

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 10:00–10:30 AM $57 410310-02

9/6–10/11 Sa 10:30–11:00 AM $44 410310-03

9/8–9/29 M 4:00–4:30 PM $31 410310-04

9/8–9/29 M 4:30–5:00 PM $31 410310-05

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $51 410310-06

9/23–10/9 Tu,Th 10:00–10:30 AM $51 410310-07

10/6–11/3 M 4:00–4:30 PM $31 410310-08

10/6–11/3 M 4:30–5:00 PM $31 410310-09

10/25–11/22 Sa 10:30–11:00 AM $38 410310-10

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $58 410310-11

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 10:00–10:30 AM $57 410310-12

11/10–12/1 M 4:00–4:30 PM $31 410310-13

11/10–12/1 M 4:30–5:00 PM $31 410310-14

Basic 3 Skate

Skaters must have successfully completed Basic 2. Upon completion of this level participants will be able to do the following skills: stroking, forward and backward pumping, backward slalom, two foot turn, gliding backward on one foot, hold inside and outside edge on a circle, and two foot spin.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $57 410314-01

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 10:30–11:00 AM $57 410314-02

9/6–10/11 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $44 410314-03

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $51 410314-04

9/23–10/9 Tu,Th 10:30–11:00 AM $51 410314-05

10/25–11/22 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410314-06

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $57 410314-07

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 10:30–11:00 AM $57 410314-08

Basic 4 Skate

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 3. Upon completion of this level participants will be able to do the following skills: stroking with power, backward one-foot glide, forward inside and outside edge on an axis, forward crossovers, forward outside three turn right and left, and backward snowplow stop.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $57 410316-01

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 10:30–11:00 AM $57 410316-02

9/6–10/11 Sa 10:30–11:00 AM $44 410316-03

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $51 410316-04

9/23–10/9 Tu,Th 10:30–11:00 AM $51 410316-05

10/25–11/22 Sa 10:30–11:00 AM $38 410316-06

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 4:45–5:15 PM $57 410316-07

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 10:30–11:00 AM $57 410316-08


Basic 5 Skate

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 4. Upon completion of this level participants will be able to do the following skills: forward crossovers, hold outside and inside edge on a circle, backward crossovers, one-foot spin, T-stop, side toe hop, and forward outside three turn.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $57 410318-01

9/6–10/11 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $44 410318-02

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $51 410318-03

10/25–11/22 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410318-04

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $57 410318-05

Basic 6 Skate

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 5. Upon completion of this level participants will be able to do the following skills: backward crossovers, forward inside three-turn, backward to forward two-foot turn, hockey stop, bunny hop, forward straight line spiral, forward lunge, beginning one foot spin.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $57 410322-01

9/6–10/11 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $44 410322-02

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $51 410322-03

10/25–11/22 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410322-04

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $57 410322-05


Basic 7 Skate

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 6. Upon completion of this level skaters will be able to do the following skills: backward to forward two-foot turn, forward inside open and closed mohawk, ballet jump, backward crossovers to backward outside edge, one-foot spin, and inside forward three turn.

Age: 5–15 years

9/6–10/11 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410324-01

10/25–11/22 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410324-02

Basic 7 & 8 Ice Skating

Please see individual class descriptions under Basic 7 and Basic 8.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $57 410326-01

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $51 410326-02

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 5:30–6:00 PM $57 410326-03


Basic 8 Skate

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 7. Upon completion of this level participants will be able to do the following skills: moving forward outside three turn, moving forward inside three turn, stand still waltz jump, mazurka, combination move, forward inside pivot, and backward inside pivot.

Age: 5–15 years

9/6–10/11 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $44 410328-01

10/25–11/22 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410328-02


Field Moves

Participants will learn Pre-preliminary and Preliminary Moves in the Field. The following skills will be taught: stroking, crossovers, forward and backward outside and inside consecutive edges, waltz eight, straight line spiral, figure eight crossovers, right and left 3 turns, consecutive spirals, alternating 3 turns.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/16 Tu 6:15–6:45 PM $33 410330-01

9/23–10/14 Tu 6:15–6:45 PM $33 410330-02

10/28–11/18 Tu 6:15–6:45 PM $33 410330-03


Beg Free Skate 1 & 2

Participants must have successfully completed Basic 8. This is a 45-minute class that will focus on Spins, Jumps, and Moves (15 minutes each). For a detailed description of skills please see the Learn To Skate Bulletin Board.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $90 410332-01

9/6–10/11 Sa 9:30–10:15 AM $69 410332-02

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $80 410332-03

10/25–11/22 Sa 9:30–10:15 AM $58 410332-04

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $90 410332-05


Intermediate Free Skate 3 & 4

This is a 45-minute class that will focus on Spins, Jumps, and Moves (15 minutes each). For a detailed description of skills please see the Learn To Skate Bulletin Board.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $90 410334-01

9/6–10/11 Sa 9:30–10:15 AM $69 410334-02

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $79 410334-03

10/25–11/22 Sa 9:30–10:15 AM $58 410334-04

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $90 410334-05


Advanced Free Skate 5 & 6

This is a 45-minute class that will focus on Spins, Jumps, and Moves (15 minutes each). For a detailed description of skills please see the Learn To Skate Bulletin Board.

Age: 5–15 years

8/26–9/18 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $90 410336-01

9/6–10/11 Sa 9:30–10:15 AM $69 410336-02

9/23–10/14 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $79 410336-03

10/25–11/22 Sa 9:30–10:15 AM $58 410336-04

10/28–11/20 Tu,Th 5:15–6:00 PM $90 410336-05



Adaptive Skating

These lessons are for people with and without disabilities. Basic skills are introduced and adapted for individuals with disabilities. Skill improvement and fun will be the focus; all abilities welcome. Note: Please bring an attendant if you need assistance off the ice.

Age: 8 years & up

9/6–10/11 Sa 9:45–10:15 AM $47 410356-01

10/25–11/22 Sa 9:45–10:15 AM $40 410356-02

Ice Show Registration

Skaters enrolled in fall Learn-to-Skate classes can participate in the 2014 “Winter Wishes” ice show. Register by 9/11. Participants must attend a casting call on Saturday, 9/13. Costume fees range from $50–$85. A deposit is taken at time of measuring. Rehearsals begin mid-November. Show dates are December 20 and 21. Note: Ticket sales will begin November 17, at 7:00 a.m. (EPIC only) or by phone 970-221-6683. Bring one canned good for $1 off ticket price (one canned good per ticket).

Age: 4–5 years


Ice Show Registration, continued

Tot 1


12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-01

Tot 2


12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-02

Age: 5–15 years


Basic 1, 5–9 years

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-03

Basic 2, 5–15 years

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-04

Basic 3, 5–15 years

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-05

Basic 4, 5–15 years

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-06

Basic 5, 5–15 years

12/21–12/22 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-07

Basic 6, 5–15 years

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-08

Age: 8–15 years

Basic 7

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-09

Basic 8

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-10

Beginner Figure Skating 1&2

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-11

Intermediate Figure Skating 3&4

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-12

Advanced Figure Skating 5&6

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-13

Age: 16 years & up

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12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-14

Adult Intermediate

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-15

Adult Advanced

12/20–12/21 Sa,Su 12:00–12:00 AM $15 410358-16



Adult

Adult Beginner & Intermediate Skate

These classes are for the person with little or no previous experience on ice. See Basic 1–4.

Age: 16 years & up

8/28–9/18 Th 6:15–6:45 PM $33 410349-01

9/25–10/9 Th 6:15–6:45 PM $26 410349-02

10/30–11/20 Th 6:15–6:45 PM $33 410349-03


Adult Advanced Skate

Good skaters wishing to learn new skills may take the advanced level. See Basic 5 & 6.

Age: 16 years & up

8/28–9/18 Th 6:45–7:15 PM $33 410353-01

9/25–10/9 Th 6:45–7:15 PM $26 410353-02

10/30–11/20 Th 6:45–7:15 PM $33 410353-03



Curling

Curling

League is for those who want to experience competitive curling. Each curling team will consist of 4 curlers. Sign-up individually and add team name to roster note. Note: Participants need to wear helmet, clean rubber soled sneakers, and dress in layers that are stretchy or loose.

Age: 8 years & up

9/7–10/12 Su 3:00–4:30 PM $64 410376-01

10/26–11/30 Su 3:00–4:30 PM $64 410376-02


Hockey

Basic 1 Hockey Skate

Hockey equipment NOT required. For skaters who have never skated before. See Basic 1. Note: Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners. Warm clothes including gloves or mittens are needed. We prefer that parents observe from the seating area

Age: 5–9 years

9/6–10/11 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $44 410308-01

10/25–11/22 Sa 11:15–11:45 AM $38 410308-02

Basic 2 Hockey Skate

Hockey equipment NOT required. Participants must have successfully completed Basic 1 or be between the ages of 10–15 and never skated. See Basic 2. Note: Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners. Warm clothes including gloves or mittens are needed. We prefer that parents observe from the seating area

Age: 5–15 years

9/6–10/11 Sa 10:30–11:00 AM $44 410312-01

10/25–11/22 Sa 10:30–11:00 AM $38 410312-02

Beginner Cub Hockey

Prerequisite: Tot 1 or Basic 1

Practice will be held on Tuesdays where the focus will be on basic hockey and skating skills, a recreational game will be held on Thursdays. Equipment can be checked out with a $150 deposit check. Rental skates are included; sticks are available at equipment check out for $10. Note: The equipment handout is Thursday, September 4th from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at EPIC. Equipment check-in is immediately following last game of the session. Class will not be held on 10/16, 10/21.

Age: 4–8 years

9/9–11/20 Tu,Th 4:15–5:00 PM $177 410372-01

Outdoor Recreation


Adaptive Programs

Adaptive Archery

Adapted for individuals with varying physical abilities, this class will teach the basics of safely shooting a bow and arrow. Note: Classes are held at the outdoor archery range off of the Prospect frontage road; one class will be held at an indoor range. Please dress for the weather.

Age: 8 years & up
Location: Archery Range

9/10–10/15 W 4:30–5:45 PM $30 402040-01



Adaptive Kayaking

Join us for a beautiful evening on the water. This event is designed for people with physical disabilities, their friends and family. Adaptive Adventures will bring equipment for flat water kayaking to get you out and paddling! Note: For more information, contact Renee Lee at 970. 224.6027, rlee@fcgov.com. Class partially discountable. Rides from the Sr. enter will be arranged as needed.

Age: 12 years & up
Location: Horsetooth Reservoir, South Bay

9/3 W 4:30–7:30 PM $15 402939-01



Adaptive Cycling Tour

Adaptive Adventures will be bringing their mobile handcycle trailer and expertise for a great day of cycling. Handcycles and other adaptive bikes will be available to take on a short or intermediate bike tour. Note: For more information, contact Renee Lee at 970.224.6027 or rlee@fcgov.com. Class partially discountable.

Age: 14 years & up

Location: Lee Martinez Park

9/20 Sa 9:30 AM–Noon $5 402034-01


Adult

Classes are for ages 18 years and up unless otherwise noted.



Cancellation/Refund Policy

Trips may be cancelled or destinations may be changed due to weather conditions that are deemed hazardous or unsafe for driving/ transportation or activity. We regret any such cancellation, but we are committed to safe programming. In this case you will receive a full refund. If you need to cancel a trip you must notify us by 10:00 a.m. two (2) days prior to trip departure for refund or credit.



General

Hiking Trips

These hikes will provide an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. The hikes are designed for active 50+ adults who enjoy a good physical challenge, but can also accommodate a range of individual pace and those 18+ are welcome. Those wishing for less of a challenge should check out our Outdoor Strolls in the 50 Plus section of the Recreator. Note: Should be in good health and capable of moderate physical activity. Bring own equipment, water, food. Cost includes transportation, guide.

Location: Senior Center

Big South (Poudre River)

Mileage (round trip):4 miles; Lowest Elevation: 8500 ft.; Highest Elevation: 8900 ft. Vistas of rugged canyon; brilliant fall colors.

9/5 F 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-01

Member: $20

Lake Helene (RMNP)

Mileage (round trip):6.3 miles; Lowest Elevation: 9475 ft.; Highest Elevation:10,643 ft. Beautiful alpine lake with views; fall colors.

9/10 W 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-02

Member: $20

Trap Park (RMNP)

Mileage (round trip):3.1 miles; Lowest Elevation: 10000 ft.; Highest Elevation: 10,500 ft. Expansive views of Neota wilderness; popular moose area.

9/19 F 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-03

Member: $20

Cub Lake (RMNP)

Mileage (round trip):4.6 miles; Lowest Elevation: 8121 ft.; Highest Elevation: 8624 ft. Vibrant autumn colors; popular for elk.

9/24 W 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-04

Member: $20

Emerald Lake (RMNP)

Mileage (round trip):3.6 miles; Lowest Elevation: 9475 ft.; Highest Elevation: 10,090 ft. Stunning alpine lakes; views of Hallett and

Longs Peaks.

9/30 Tu 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-05

Member: $20

Grey Rock/Meadow Loop

Mileage (round trip):7 miles; Lowest Elevation: 5558 ft.; Highest Elevation: 6800 ft. Popular trail with views of the valley and peaks to the west.

10/10 F 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-06

Member: $20

Turtle Rock Loop, Vedauwoo, WY

Mileage (round trip):3.2 miles; Lowest Elevation: 8540 ft.; Highest Elevation: 8640 ft. Awesome granite rock formations.

10/14 Tu 8:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-07

Member: $20

Pawnee Buttes

Mileage (round trip):4.1 miles; Starting Elevation: 5435 ft.; Ending Elevation: 5220 ft. Fascinating sandstone buttes; prairie wildlife.

10/23 Th 8:30 AM–4:00 PM $25 411902-08

Member: $20

Hunter Education

This course will give students the skills and information necessary to hunt without accidents. CO Division of Wildlife certificates will be issued to those successfully completing the course. Saturday’s class involves reviewing of class material, written testing and live fire testing. Note: Attendance at all 5 classes is mandatory (19 hours). All firearms are provided – do not bring them to class. Class not discountable. Class will not be held on 10/11.

Location: The Farm

Age: 12 years & up

10/7–10/16 Tu,Th 7:00–10:00 PM $10 411932-01

10/18 Sa 8:00 AM–3:00 PM

11/11–11/20 Tu,Th 7:00–10:00 PM $10 411932-02

11/22 Sa 8:00 AM–3:00 PM

Senior

Classes are for ages 50 years and up unless otherwise noted.



Adventure

Horseback Riding

Explore RMNP on horseback! We’ll take a two hour ride following the babbling Fall River to the beautiful Hidden Meadow, through enchanting Little Horseshoe Park while surrounded by the snow-capped Mummy Range. Chances of viewing deer, elk, coyotes, porcupines, and other wildlife are good. Safe for all levels of riders. Note: Fee includes transportation, guided horseback ride, and escort. Bring rain gear, water, and warm layers. Lunch on your own in Estes Park. Trip with SK Horses.

Location: Senior Center

9/12 F 8:30 AM–3:30 PM $75 411950-01

Member: $70

Women of Age” Meet-Up

An interactive gathering for women of age (age 50 and over) who hike, bike, climb, kayak, canoe, snowshoe, ski, and more! Learn where to go and what to do locally, nationally and internationally. Take away names of new friends to go with on your next outdoor adventure! All skill levels welcome. Note: Includes light refreshments and networking for outdoor adventures.

Location: Senior Center

9/18 Th 6:30–8:30 PM No Fee 411952-01

Special Events


Adult

Events are for ages 18 years and up unless otherwise noted.



Pottery, Raku Workshop

See page 34 for details.



Madden ’15 Tournament

Enough hearing about it! Let’s find out once and for all who the champion really is! Sign up for this Play Station 4 double elimination tournament that goes on all afternoon on multiple TV’s. Note: Teams are randomly selected each round and settings are set to default (rosters, playbook, etc). Rules will be emailed out. Cash bar open throughout tournament

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/6 Sa Noon–9:00 PM $10 415536-01



More Adult Events

See page 102 for details.



Family

Grandparents Day – NW

Grandparents Day is a time to celebrate the special bond with the children in your life. Bring the whole family to enjoy carnival attractions, carriage rides, a petting zoo, balloon animals, basketball, and swimming, with magic show at 1:00 p.m. provided by the Northern Colorado Prestodigators. Lunch provided.

Age: All
Location: Senior Center

9/14 Su Noon–4:00 PM $4



Chili Fest

Experience the smells and flavor of roasted and fresh chilies! Food, crafts, chili competitions, storytelling and more!

Age: All
Location: Museo de Colonias

9/13 Sa Noon–3:00 PM No Fee 415938-01


Dia de los Muertos

Experience the celebration of the dead! Honor your friends and family that have passed. Beautiful Day of the Dead displays food, crafts, music and more!

Age: All

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

11/1 Sa 1:00–5:00 PM No Fee 415939-01


Fitness Extravaganza

This fun and fabulous extravaganza is a day for all public to enter


into the Northside Community Center for free to access group training and fitness classes. A variety of fitness classes, including TRX,
Cross Train, R.I.P.PE.D., Zumba, Yoga and more will be available to
all who attend.

Age: All
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

1/4 Su 1:00–4:00 PM No Fee

Youth

Youth Night

Every Thursday is Youth Night! Youth get in free! Arena football, dodgeball, teen weights, indoor soccer, chess, dance, and much more. Note: Organized activities are at 6 p.m. Limited supervision before and after.

Age: 8–18 years
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/4–11/20 Th 6:00–9:00 PM No Fee 415516-01



Hogwarts Halloween

Witches and Wizards! Join us for a night of Harry Potter-like Fun! Play some Quidditch. Drink some Butter Beer. Listen to a rockin’ witch band. Try your skill at creating potions and charms. Walk through the haunted hallways. Don’t forget to wear you wizard’s robes! Class partially discountable. Note: Parents are permitted to stay and join in the fun for an additional $5 each. Pre-registration required. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Class partially discountable.

Grade: All
Location: Youth Activity Center

Parent Sign Up

10/25 Sa 6:00–9:00 PM $5 416502-02

Grade: Kindergarten–8

Location: Northside Aztlan Center
Hogwarts Halloween

10/25 Sa 6:00–9:00 PM $15 416502-01



Giant Friends Special Event

The Giant Friends Club (GFC) is the coolest club for children, inspired by the spirit and magic of Inspiration Playground! This club brings together children of all abilities to play, learn about each other, and build friendships. The theme for this event is “Fantasy Forest”. Note: This event is provided free with support from the Inspiration Playground Endowment Fund. For information, contact Renee Lee at 970.224.6027 or rlee@fcgov.com.

Age: All
Location: Inspiration Playground

10/17 F 10:30 AM–12:30 PM No Fee

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