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


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



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Adult

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



Adaptive Programs

Wheelchair Rugby

Wheelchair rugby is a fast paced, full contact wheelchair sport played indoors on a modified basketball court. All abilities are welcome. Extra sport chairs are available. Note: Contact Renee Lee for more information, 970.224.6027. Class partially discountable. Class will not be held on 11/11, 11/25.

Age: 14 years & up
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/23–12/9 Tu 6:00–8:00 PM $22 402560-01



Basketball

Lunchtime Basketball

If you’re looking for a lunch time workout and want to have fun doing it, come at noon and run ball with the nooners. This group of 18+ year old men run every afternoon at noon. Note: Drop-in fees apply

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/1–11/26 M–F Noon–2:00 PM Drop-In Fee



Adult Basketball Mini League

Men’s leagues will be offered. Teams will sign up for their level of play preference on a first come basis. 4 games scheduled, 4 games guaranteed. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 11/25.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 9/29–10/22 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)

League Begins: Week of 11/3

Cost: $234
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

Mon Men’s Comp 413501-01


Mon Men’s Rec 413501-02
Winter Adult Basketball

Men’s, women’s, and coed leagues will be offered. Teams will sign up for their level/playing night preference on a first come basis. 8 games scheduled. Registration begins 11/24, ends 12/12 or when leagues fill. Leagues begin the week of 1/5. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 11/24–12/12 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 1/5
Cost: $448
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

Men’s


Monday Men’s Comp 113901-01
Monday Men’s Rec 113901-02
Wednesday Men’s Rec 113901-03

Women’s


Wed Comp 113902-01
Wed Rec 113902-02

Coed


Rec 113903-01

Fencing

Teen/Adult Sparring

Enjoy sparring with fellow students to develop a diverse technical and tactical repertoire in a low-key atmosphere. Improve your overall athletic readiness, speed, strength and stamina. Footwork and bladework exercises most sessions. Minimal coaching provided. Note: Participants must have prior fencing experience. Wear athletic shoes, comfortable shirt, and long loose pants. Equipment provided.

Age: 13 years & up

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/5–9/26 F 6:15–8:15 PM $32 415544-01

10/3–10/24 F 6:15–8:15 PM $32 415544-02

11/7–11/21 F 6:15–8:15 PM $25 415544-03



Flag Football

Adult Flag Football

Leagues will be 8-on-8 non-contact. 8 games scheduled, 8 games guaranteed. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 9/1.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 7/21–8/8 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 8/18
Cost: $434
Location: Rolland Moore Park

Monday Recreational 413011-01


Tuesday Recreational 413011-02
Thurs Competitive 413011-03
Adult Indoor Flag Football

Indoor league will be 8-on-8 non-contact. Games played Sunday mornings between 8 a.m.–Noon. 6 games scheduled, 6 games guaranteed. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable.

Age: 16 years and up
Registration: 9/29–10/24 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 11/2

Cost: $449

Location: The Edge

Sunday Rec 413912-01



Adult Indoor Flag Football

Indoor league will be 6-on-6 non-contact. Games played Sunday mornings between 8:00–11:00 a.m.. 6 games guaranteed. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 11/24–12/17
or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 1/11
Cost: $449
Location: The Edge

Sunday Rec 113912-01



General

Pickle Ball Beginner Lessons

For those brand new to pickle ball or beginners needing some enhanced skill instruction. Class will consist of some class room time to learn the rules, scoring and the basics. Rotational court time to begin to play.

Location: Senior Center

9/16–10/14 Tu 10:00–11:15 AM $16 409478-01

10/21–11/18 Tu 10:00–11:15 AM $16 409478-02

One day crash course. For those brand new to pickleball or beginners needing some enhanced instruction. Class will consist of some classroom time to learn the rules, scoring, and the basics. Rotational court time to begin to play.

9/27 Sa 8:15–11:30 AM $14 409478-03

Pickle Ball Clinics

Intermediates are encouraged to register for these clinics to enhance particular skills. Participants will be taught a skill and then work in small groups to practice. No game play. Skills and drills only.

Location: Senior Center

9/12 F 10:00 AM–Noon $14 409479-01

10/10 F 10:00 AM–Noon $14 409479-02

Indoor Ultimate Frisbee

5-on-5 Ultimate Frisbee is now being offered at the Edge Sports Center. Register in teams of 12. Minimum of 4 women on the roster, with 2 women and 3 men on the field at all times. Registration begins 9/22, deadline 10/10 or when league fills. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 11/25, 11/27.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 9/22–10/10 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 10/21
Cost: $439
Location: The Edge

Coed Rec 413991-01



Kickball

Fall Adult Coed Kickball

Play an American classic - kickball. Form your team and come out to have some fun playing a game invented on the playground. The league is coed recreational; 8 games guaranteed. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 8/30, 8/29.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 7/21–8/8 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 8/18
Cost: $259
Location: Rolland Moore Park

Coed Competitive 413061-01


Coed Recreational 413061-02

Rattle Snake Rumble – Adult Kickball

Wrap up the 2014 Kickball season by getting a team together and playing in this double-elimination tournament! This tournament is your last chance to play on outside kickball fields before the cold weather puts an end to the 2014 season. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). Tournament not discountable.

Age: 16 years & up

Location: Spring Canyon Park

11/1 Sa 8:00 AM–6:00 PM $140 413062-01



Martial Arts

Aikido

Traditional Japanese martial art where students learn through repetitive practice, taking turns as attackers and defenders. Practice improves physical conditioning-strength, stamina, flexibility, coordination, and mental conditioning, self-confidence, concentration, intuitiveness, alertness, and concern for other.

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/16–10/16 Tu,Th 6:00–8:00 PM $50 409527-01

10/21–11/20 Tu,Th 6:00–8:00 PM $50 409527-02

12/2–12/18 Tu,Th 6:00–8:00 PM $30 409527-03



Shotokan Karate Beginners

Designed to introduce Shotokan Karate to individuals who may be interested in this Japanese martial art form. Students may be divided into groups depending on ability. Adults are welcome to participate with their children. The beginner class is getting the students ready for yellow belt level.

Age: 7 years & up
Location: Club Tico

9/15–10/15 M,W 6:00–7:00 PM $55 409122-01

10/20–11/19 M,W 6:00–7:00 PM $55 409122-02

Shotokan Karate, Advanced Levels

The physical and mental benefits of karate are numerous. Some physical benefits are enhanced physical condition, increased stamina, and coordination. Some mental benefits include increased confidence, self-esteem, discipline and concentration. Text is supplemented via fitness manual document. Note: NO beginning Karate students

Age: 7 years & up

Location: Club Tico

Shotokan Karate White thru Purple

9/15–10/15 M,W 6:00–7:00 PM $55 409123-01

10/20–11/19 M,W 6:00–7:00 PM $55 409123-02

Shotokan Karate Brown thru Black

9/15–10/15 M,W 7:00–8:00 PM $55 409124-01

10/20–11/19 M,W 7:00–8:00 PM $55 409124-02

Shotokan Karate Orange thru Purple

9/15–10/15 M,W 6:00–7:00 PM $82.50 409125-01

9/20–10/18 Sa 8:30–9:30 AM

10/20–11/19 M,W 6:00–7:00 PM $82.50 409125-02

10/25–11/22 Sa 8:30–9:30 AM

Shotokan Karate Brown thru Black
Class will not be held on 9/9, 9/11, 9/14, 9/28, 10/12.

9/15–10/15 M,W 7:00–8:00 PM $82.50 409126-01

9/20–10/18 Sa 8:30–9:30 AM

10/20–11/19 M,W 7:00–8:00 PM $82.50 409126-02

10/25–11/22 Sa 8:30–9:30 AM

Softball

Fall Softball

Teams will have the opportunity to continue playing softball after the summer leagues have concluded! 8 games scheduled, 8 games guaranteed. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 8/29, 9/1.

Age: 16 years & up

Registration: Begins 7/21, ends 8/8
or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 8/24
Cost: $444
Location: TBA

Men’s


Sunday IV 413021-01
Monday III 413021-02
Monday IV 413021-03
Tuesday III 413021-04
Tuesday IV 413021-05
Wednesday III 413021-06
Wednesday IV 413021-07
Thursday III 413021-08
Friday Wood Bat Leag 413021-09
Friday IV 413021-10

Women’s


IV 413022-01

Coed


Sunday Comp 413023-01
Sunday Rec 413023-02
Tuesday Comp 413023-03
Tuesday Rec 413023-04
Wednesday Comp 413023-05
Wednesday Rec 413023-06
Thursday Comp 413023-07

Softball Tournament (2-Day)

Games will be played at Rolland Moore Park and other community parks if needed. Play begins 9:00 a.m. and continues until 10:00 p.m. (depending on number of entries). Note: Rosters are unlimited. (Participants 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). Tournament fee not discountable.

Age: 16 years & up

Registration: Begins 7/7, ends 8/1

or when divisions fill (whichever comes first)
Tournament Date: August 9 & 10
Cost: $254
Location: Rolland Moore Park

Men’s II 413025-01


Men’s III 413025-02
Men’s IV 413025-03
Coed Competitive 413025-04
Coed Recreational 413025-05

Volleyball

Fall Volleyball

Coed and women’s leagues will be offered for 6-person and 4-person teams. Teams will sign up for their level of play and night preference on a first come basis. Levels A - Competitive, BB - Intermediate, B - Recreational. Leagues begin the week of 8/25, 8 games. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 9/2, 9/1, 8/29.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 7/21–8/8 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 8/25
Cost: $274/6’s, $174/4’s
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

Women’s


Wednesday A 413542-01
Wednesday BB 413542-02

Coed


Monday BB 413543-01
Monday B 413543-02
Tuesday A 413543-03
Tuesday BB 413543-04

Fri Reverse 6’s 413543-05

Winter Volleyball

Coed and women’s leagues will be offered for 6-person and 4-person teams. Teams will sign up for their level of play and night preference on a first come basis. Levels A - Competitive, BB - Intermediate, B - Recreational. 8 games. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable.

Age: 16 years & up
Registration: 1/2–2/12 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)
League Begins: Week of 1/5
Cost: $274/6’s, $174/4’s
Location: TBA

Women’s


Sunday B 113942-01
Wednesday A 113942-02
Wednesday BB 113942-03

Coed


Tuesday A 113943-03
Monday BB 113943-01
Monday B 113943-02
Tuesday BB 113943-04
Friday Revers Coed 6’s 113943-05

Adult Volleyball Tournament

Coed and women’s tournaments will be offered for 6-person teams. Teams will sign up for their level/playing night preference on a first come basis. Levels of Play: A - Competitive, BB - Intermediate, B - Recreational. Pool play format ending in a seeded, single elimination tournament. Note: Rosters are unlimited (Participants age 16 and 17 need parent signature on roster prior to participation). League not discountable. Class will not be held on 11/24, 11/25, 11/26.

Age: 16 years & up

Registration: 9/29–10/22 or when leagues fill (whichever comes first)

League Begins: Week of 11/3
Cost: $144
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

Coed


Monday B 413544-01
Tuesday Coed A 413544-02
Tuesday Coed BB 413544-03

Women’s


Wednesday A 413544-04
Wednesday BB 413544-05

Unified

Adult Unified Flag Football Kickball

It’s time for football! Come play on a unified team including people with and without special needs. Flag football is a non-tackle version of the sport, so protective equipment is not needed! Participants may have the opportunity to play in the Special Olympics Tournament. Note: Season includes practices and scrimmages. Date/time/location of tournament TBA. Class partially discountable. Class will not be held on 9/1.

Age: 16 years & up
Location: City Park

8/18–9/29 M 5:30–6:45 PM $20 402157-01



Adult Unified Volleyball

A unified volleyball team will be created to include people with and without special needs. The season includes practices and scrimmages and is for all skill levels. Participants may have the opportunity to attend the Special Olympics tournament on Sunday, 10/19/14 in Boulder. Note: For more information contact Brenda McDowell at bmcdowell@fcgov.com. Class partially discountable.

Age: 16 years & up
Location: Foothills Gateway

10/4–11/8 Sa 9:00 AM–Noon $20 402959-01


Tennis


Fall General Information

Check Lewistennis.com for complete information or to check availability of open city courts.



Beginner Lessons – M,W: 6:00–7:30 PM

Whether you have never played or are getting back into the game after a long hiatus you will learn and develop your fundamentals so you can really enjoy the game. You will learn the correct way to hit forehands, backhands, volleys, overheads, and serves. You will also learn basic rules and strategies as you start competition.



Intermediate Lessons – Tu,Th: 6:00–7:30 PM

Refine your skills. Learn the “Modern Game”. Experience the techniques that are used by the pros. Develop your topspin and slice forehand, backhand and serves. Learn doubles and singles strategies that win! Drills, Strategies and Competition.



Saturday Adult Round Robin Coaching

How about some expert coaching as you compete in a fun round robin? Give us a call at 970-493-7000 to sign up.



League Coaching Programs

Get your team ready for the USA Tennis Leagues. Professional coaching will improve your team’s strategy, technique and mental toughness to enable you to compete at your best. A variety of coaching programs are available.



Premier Clinics

These clinics are designed for the beginning through advanced player who wants more personal attention in their group instruction. Great for friends who want to learn together. Clinic times are flexible. Low student to Pro ratio.

Fall and Sessions run for four weeks.

Session 1 8/25–9/20


Session 2 9/22–10/18
Session 3 10/20–11/15
Session 4 11/17–12/13

Senior

Classes are for ages 50 and up unless otherwise noted.


AOA Badminton

If you enjoy the energetic fast-paced game of badminton, join the group of Active Older Adults that play on Tuesday and Thursday mornings!

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/2–11/25 Tu,Th 8:00–10:00 AM Drop-In Fees



AOA Basketball

Still got game? Suit-up and get on the court for some hoops! These Active Older Adults own the court on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings!

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/1–11/26 M,W 8:00–10:00 a.m. Drop-In Fees



Youth

VolleyKids 4&5

Teaming up with the Youth Olympic Sports Academy and Dr. Gylton B. Da Matta, players will improve volleyball skills in a fun active, learning environment. Note: Class will not be held on 11/26, 11/28.

Grade: 4–5
Location: Qdoba Event Center, 218 Smokey Street

9/3–9/26 W,F 4:30–5:30 PM $50 413041-01

10/1–10/24 W,F 4:30–5:30 PM $50 413041-02

11/5–12/5 W,F 4:30–5:30 PM $50 413041-03



VolleyKids Middle School

This program helps Middle Schoolers improve volleyball skills. Teaming up with YOSA and Gylton B. Da Matta, participants will workout in a fun, active, learning environment. Note: Class will not be held on 11/26, 11/28.

Grade: 6–8

Location: Qdoba Event Center

9/3–9/26 W,F 5:30–7:00 PM $75 413042-01

10/1–10/24 W,F 5:30–7:00 PM $75 413042-02

11/5–12/5 W,F 5:30–7:00 PM $75 413042-03


Archery

Archery is a skillful sport requiring balance, poise, accuracy, vision, timing and action! Through this indoor class participants will learn the basic techniques and how to be safe. Note: Equipment is provided. Check in by 4:15 p.m.

Age: 8–16 years
Location: Rocky Mtn. Archery, 4518 Innovation Drive

10/9–10/16 Th 4:30–5:30 PM $30 415941-01

11/6–11/13 Th 4:30–5:30 PM $30 415941-02
Baton Twirling is Catching

Give baton twirling a whirl! Yvonne Pedersen, a national renowned twirl instructor, brings out children’s full potential while making learning fun. No experience required! Build self-esteem, self-discipline, and team work skills while enhancing coordination, rhythm and grace. Class focuses on twirling, dance and drilling. Note: Professional ABC baton required and available from instructor for $25. Performance opportunities available through Golden Girls Baton Academy at additional costs.

Age: 5–12 years
Location: Golden Girls Baton Studio

9/19–10/24 F 4:30–5:30 PM $69 418969-01



C.A.R.A. Cross Country

This recreational cross country program promotes healthy lifestyles and is a lot of fun! Practices are held twice per week in various parks around Fort Collins. Meets are held in Front Range cities. Fee includes team shirt and fees for cross country meets. Note: Practice locations will be given at this meeting.

Age: 6–14 years

Parent Meeting: 9/3, 5:30 p.m., City Park Shelter #7

Location: City Park

9/3–10/21 M,W,Sa 5:30–6:45 PM $63 414033-01



Youth

Youngsters

Sporties for Shorties

Explore the world of sports in this fun-filled class. We will work on the fundamentals of sports as they relate to throwing, kicking, and catching. Come play ball with us! Each session will highlight different skills and different sports along with team work!

Age: 3–5 years
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

9/10–9/24 W 10:00–10:45 AM $28 414571-01

9/30–10/14 Tu 10:00–10:45 AM $28 414571-02

12/3–12/17 W 10:00–10:45 AM $28 414571-03



Football For Shorties

Let’s explore football! We will work on large and small motor skills as they relate to throwing, kicking, and catching. Come play ball with us! Learn the football basics in this fun and exciting class!

Age: 4–5 years
Location: City Park

10/1–10/15 W 10:00–10:45 AM $28 414572-01


Baseball For Shorties

Let’s explore baseball! We will work on the fundamentals of throwing, hitting and catching. Come play ball with us! Learn the basics in this fun and exciting class!

Age: 3–5 years
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

12/2–12/16 Tu 10:00–10:45 AM $28 414573-01


SNAG Golf For Shorties

Let’s explore SNAG (Starting New At Golf)! We will work on the fundamentals golf. Come play golf with us! Learn the basics in this fun and exciting class! Note: All SNAG golf equipment is provided

Age: 4–5 years
Location: City Park

9/9–9/23 Tu 10:00–10:45 AM $28 414574-01



Amazing Athletes

Get active with Amazing Athletes today! In our action packed sports class your child will learn the basic fundamentals and mechanics of nine different ball sports including soccer, volleyball, football, basketball, tennis, golf, lacrosse, hockey and baseball. Note: Class will not be held on 11/25, 11/28.

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

Age: 2½–3 years

9/8–10/6 M 9:00–9:30 AM $37.50 414575-01

9/4–10/9 Th 9:00–9:30 AM $45 414575-02

10/13–11/17 M 9:00–9:30 AM $45 414575-03

10/16–11/20 Th 9:00–9:30 AM $45 414575-04

12/1–12/15 M 9:00–9:30 AM $22.50 414575-05

12/4–12/18 Th 9:00–9:30 AM $22.50 414575-06

Age: 3½–5 years

9/8–10/6 M 9:45–10:30 AM $37.50 414576-01

9/4–10/9 Th 9:45–10:30 AM $45 414576-02

10/13–11/17 M 9:45–10:30 AM $45 414576-03

10/16–11/20 Th 9:45–10:30 AM $45 414576-04

12/1–12/15 M 9:45–10:30 AM $22.50 414576-05

12/4–12/18 Th 9:45–10:30 AM $22.50 414576-06


Basketball

Pee Wee K–1 Girls Basketball

League is for beginning girls basketball players K–1st Grade. Basic skills are taught on a lower rim. Formation of teams including a coach that passes a background check, 6 scheduled games, 1 official minimum for games. One practice per week. Games Saturdays. Teams are randomly selected. Note: Green and gold reversible jerseys are required for this league. They can be purchased at NACC or EPIC for $15.

Grade: K–1


Registration: Begins 8/7
League Begins: Week of 1/12
Cost: $50

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

1/12–2/21 Su 12:00–12:01 AM $50 114906-01

Girls Basketball

Develop team play with participation, fun, skills, and sportsmanship. Teams are randomly formed in the sports office, not by when the players registered. Practice dates and times are determined by coach. Coaches will call the week before the program with practice days/times. Special requests are not guaranteed. Note: Most games are played on Saturday mornings. Green/gold reversible City jerseys required, purchase at NACC or EPIC. Visit fcgov.com/basketball for more info

Registration: Begins 8/7
League Begins: Week of 1/12
Cost: $63

Grade: 2–3

Bacon 114907-01
Bauder 114907-03
Beattie 114907-05

Bennett 114907-07

Bethke 114907-09
CLP 114907-11
Dunn 114907-13
Eyestone 114907-15
Harris 114907-17
Irish 114907-19
Johnson 114907-21
Kruse 114907-23
Laurel 114907-25
Linton 114907-27
Lopez 114907-29
McGraw 114907-31
O’dea 114907-33
Olander 114907-35
Putnam 114907-37
Rice 114907-39
Riffenburgh 114907-41
Shepardson 114907-43
Tavelli 114907-45
Timnath 114907-47
Traut 114907-49
Werner 114907-51
Zach 114907-53

Grade: 4–5

Bacon 114908-01
Bauder 114908-03
Beattie 114908-05
Bennett 114908-07
Bethke 114908-09
CLP 114908-11
Dunn 114908-13
Eyestone 114908-15
Harris 114908-17
Irish 114908-19
Johnson 114908-21

Kruse 114908-23

Laurel 114908-25
Linton 114908-27
Lopez 114908-29
McGraw 114908-31
O’dea 114908-33
Olander 114908-35
Putnam 114908-37
Rice 114908-39
Riffenburgh 114908-41
Shepardson 114908-43
Tavelli 114908-45
Timnath 114908-47
Traut 114908-49
Werner 114908-51
Zach 114908-53

Grade: 6


Blevins 114909-01
Boltz 114909-03
CLP 114909-05
Kinard 114909-07
Lesher 114909-09
Lincoln 114909-11
Preston 114909-13
Webber 114909-15
Wellington 114909-17

Grade: 7–8

Blevins 114910-01
Boltz 114910-03
CLP 114910-05
Kinard 114910-07
Lesher 114910-09
Lincoln 114910-11
Preston 114910-13
Webber 114910-15
Wellington 114910-17

Football

JAA Cheerleading

Basic skills in jumps, tumbling, and cheers/chants will be emphasized. Cheerleaders learn various cheers, formations and dances throughout the season and perform at JAA football games. Fee includes cheerleading uniform. Note: Class partially discountable. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings; performances on Saturday mornings/some week nights. More info at fcgov.com/sports.

Grade: 2–6

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

8/26–10/25 Tu 5:30–7:00 PM $99 414937-01



NFL PPK

Participants MUST PRE-REGISTER at nflppk.com by Noon on 9/17

The NFL PPK program is FREE to every youth who wants to participate! The PPK program is a national skills competition for boys and girls to compete separately against their peers. Note: Girls and boys in 5 separate age divisions (6–7, 8–9, 10–11, 12–13, and 14–15) compete against each other in punting, passing and place kicking.

Age: 6–15 years (as of 12/31/14)


Location: City Park

9/17 W 5:30 PM No Fee



Indoor Tackle Football League

6-Man tackle football league at the Edge Sports Center. Teams are formed on the first night to create teams of equal size and ability. All weights/grades will compete in the same program. All tackle football equipment is provided! 1-Practice/1-Game day per week days TBD! Visit fcgov.com/football for more info. Note: Only those who played tackle football in the fall of 2014 in an organized league are eligible to play. Class not discountable.

Grade: 3–6
Registration: Begins 8/7
League Begins: Week of 11/4
Cost: $144
Location: The Edge

Grade: 3–4 414913-01


Grade: 5–6 414913-10

Ultimate Football

Designed for the first time football experience. This non-contact football program emphasizes the basic fundamentals of throwing and catching while combining the rules of football and ultimate Frisbee. One practice per week and 6 games. Note: For more information go to fcgov.com/sports. Interested in coaching? Call 970.221.6385. $15 Green and gold reversible jersey required.

Grade: Kindergarten–2

Registration: Began 4/17
League Begins: Week of 9/1
Cost: $52

City Park 414010-01


Edora 414010-04
Fossil Creek 414010-07
Greenbriar 414010-10
Rolland Moore 414010-12
Spring Canyon 414010-15

Flag Football

Our flag football program teaches the basic fundamentals of football with no tackling or blocking (1–2 graders with no football experience should play ultimate). The main emphasis will be equal participation with winning being secondary. Practices will be held twice a week with games on Saturday mornings/Week nights. Note: 6 Games plus the Rattlesnake Rumble Tournament. Coach will call with practice days/time. Based on 2014/15 school grade.

Registration: Began 4/17
League Begins: Week of 9/1
Cost: $60

Grade: 1–2

City Park 414011-01
Edora 414011-03
English Ranch 414011-05
Fossil Creek 414011-07
Greenbriar 414011-11
Harmony 414011-13
Spring Canyon 414011-15
Troutman 414011-17
Warren 414011-19

Grade: 3–4

City Park 414012-01

Edora 414012-03

Fossil Creek 414012-05
Greenbriar 414012-07
Harmony 414012-09
Ridgeview 414012-11
Rolland Moore 414012-12
Spring Canyon 414012-15
Troutman Park 414012-17
Warren Park 414012-19

Grade: 5–6

City Park 414013-01
English Ranch 414013-03
Fossil Creek 414013-05
Greenbriar 414013-07
Rolland Moore 414013-09
Spring Canyon 414013-11

Tackle Football

Tackle football practices are held two to three times/week with games held Saturday mornings/week nights. 8 Games scheduled! Teams formed by weight and practice area. Areas may be combined due to numbers. For more information go to fcgov.com/football. Note: Mouthpieces required; Tackle equipment provided!

Registration: Began 4/17
Equipment Hand Out: 8/16, 8:00–10:00 a.m.,
8/18, 8/19, 5:00–6:30 p.m. at Club Tico
League Begins: Week of 8/25
Cost: $109

Location: Club Tico

AREA 1: Bacon,Traut,Linton,Kruse, Zach, Timnath,Bethke

AREA 2: Werner,McGraw,Lopez,Johnson,Beattie,Olander

AREA3:Odea,Shepardson,Riffenburgh,Harris,Laurel,Tavelli,Wellington

AREA 4: Bauder,Bennett,Lab School,Dunn,Putnam,Irish,CLP,Mt. Schools

Grade: 3–4

AREA 1 414018-01

AREA 2 414018-02
AREA 3 414018-03
AREA 4 414018-04

Grade: 5


AREA 1 414019-01
AREA 2 414019-02
AREA 3 414019-03
AREA 4 414019-04

Tackle Football, continued

Grade: 6

Lesher 414020-20
Blevins 414020-01
Boltz 414020-05
CLP 414020-10
Kinard 414020-15
Lincoln 414020-25
Preston 414020-30
Webber 414020-35
Wellington 414020-40

Softball

6th Grade Fall Girls Softball

Start off your middle school softball career the right way by registering for 6th grade softball! Participants will be able to show off their school spirit by receiving a shirt with the colors of their middle school. Week night practices with Saturday morning games. More info at fcgov.com/sports. Note: Practice days/times are determined by coach and will vary. Coaches will call prior to the program with practice days/ times.

Grade: 6
Registration: Begins 7/7
League Begins: Week of 9/8
Cost: $59

Blevins 414023-01


Boltz 414023-03

CLP 414023-05

Kinard 414023-07
Lesher 414023-09
Lincoln 414023-11
Preston 414023-13
Webber 414023-15
Wellington 414023-17

Wrestling

Wrestling

Participants of this wrestling program will learn the fundamentals and skills of wrestling and compete in interschool dual meets. Program is designed for the beginner as well as the experienced wrestler. Wrestling techniques and conditioning will be taught. All participants will compete in a end of season tournament. Note: Participants will be notified by coach about practice times/dates. All wrestlers will receive a school shirt

Grade: 3–6
Registration: Began 4/17
League Begins: Week of 1/12
Cost: $63

Blevins 114911-01


Boltz 114911-02
CLP 114911-03
Kinard 114911-04
Lesher 114911-05
Lincoln 114911-06
Preston 114911-07
Webber 114911-08
Wellington 114911-09

Fencing

Fencing

Learn fundamental skills and rules of this fast, fun and intense sport. Practice footwork, body position, blade control, offense and defense. Instruction is simple and each class is lively. Note: Equipment provided. Wear athletic shoes, T-shirt and long loose pants. Class will not be held on 10/3, 10/31, 10/4, 11/1.

Location: Northside Aztlan Center

Age: 10–12 years

9/12–11/14 F 4:30–6:00 PM $64 415542-01

9/13–11/15 Sa 9:00–10:30 AM $64 415542-02

Age: 13 years & up

9/15–11/3 M 6:30–8:00 PM $64 415543-01

9/13–11/15 Sa 11:00 AM–12:30 PM $64 415543-02


Unified

Youth Unified Flag Football

It’s time for football! Come play on a unified team which includes kids with and without special needs. Flag football is a non-tackle version of the sport, so protective equipment is not needed! Participants may have the opportunity to play in the Special Olympics Tournament. Note: Season includes practices and scrimmages. Date/time/location of tournament TBA. Class partially discountable. Class will not be held on 9/1.

Age: 8–21 years
Location: City Park

8/18–9/29 M 4:15–5:15 PM $20 402061-01



Basketball

Pee Wee K-1 Boys Basketball

League is for beginning basketball players K–1st Grade. Basic skills are taught on a lower rim. Formation of teams including a coach that passes a background check, 6 scheduled games, 1 official minimum for games. Two practices per week. Games Saturdays. Teams are randomly selected. Note: Green and gold reversible jerseys are required for this league. They can be purchased at NACC or EPIC for $15.

Registration: 8/7–10/17
Grade: K–1
Location: Northside Aztlan Center

10/27–12/13 $50 414906-01


Boys Basketball

Develop team play with participation, fun, skills, and sportsmanship. Teams are randomly formed in the sports office, not by when the players registered. Practice dates and times are determined by coach. Coaches will call the week before the program with practice days/times. Special requests are not guaranteed. Note: Most games played on Saturday mornings. Green/gold reversible City jerseys are required, purchase at NACC or EPIC. Visit fcgov.com/basketball for info

Registration: 8/7–10/17
League Begins: 10/27
Cost: $63

Grade: 2–3

Bacon 414907-01

Bauder 414907-03

Beattie 414907-05

Bennett 414907-07

Bethke 414907-09

CLP 414907-11

Dunn 414907-13

Eyestone 414907-15

Harris 414907-17

Irish 414907-19

Johnson 414907-21

Kruse 414907-20

Laurel 414907-25

Linton 414907-27

Lopez 414907-29

McGraw 414907-31

O’dea 414907-33

Olander 414907-35

Putnam 414907-37

Rice 414907-39

Riffenburgh 414907-41

Shepardson 414907-43

Tavelli 414907-45

Timnath 414907-47

Traut 414907-49

Werner 414907-51

Zach 414907-53

Grade: 4–5

Bacon 414908-01

Bauder 414908-03

Beattie 414908-05

Bennett 414908-06

Bethke 414908-09

CLP 414908-11

Dunn 414908-13

Eyestone 414908-15

Harris 414908-17

Irish 414908-19

Johnson 414908-20

Kruse 414908-22

Laurel 414908-25

Linton 414908-27

Lopez 414908-29

McGraw 414908-31

O’dea 414908-33

Olander 414908-35

Putnam 414908-37

Rice 414908-39

Riffenburgh 414908-41

Shepardson 414908-43

Tavelli 414908-45

Timnath 414908-47

Traut 414908-49

Werner 414908-51

Zach 414908-53

Grade: 6


Blevins 414909-01

Boltz 414909-05

CLP 414909-10

Kinard 414909-15

Lesher 414909-20

Lincoln 414909-25

Preston 414909-30

Webber 414909-35

Wellington 414909-40

Grade: 7–8

Blevins 414910-01

Boltz 414910-05

CLP 414910-10

Kinard 414910-15

Lesher 414910-20

Lincoln 414910-30

Preston 414910-25

Webber 414910-35

Wellington 414910-40

Tennis

General Information

For full program information and for online registration visit Lewistennis.com.

Lewis Tennis School directs all tennis programs for the City of Fort Collins. With over 40 years of experience in the tennis industry, Lewis Tennis provides quality lessons, programs and tournaments for all levels and ages. USPTA certified professional Larry Lewis has managed five of top tennis facilities in the United States.

The programs at Lewis Tennis School strive to provide a positive learning environment for players of all ages. Players will learn not only the techniques to become accomplished players but also life skills that help them to excel and enjoy tennis and other areas in their life.

Thousands of youngsters have taken these classes to start a lifetime of tennis. Learn basic stroking fundamentals, rules, play fun games to develop skills. Players will learn the correct way to hit the ball in order to build a strong foundation for future play. As they learn the game they will participate in fun drills and games. Sportsmanship and positive attitude is emphasized. Most players will stay in this level for at least two years.

For the more advanced player Lewis Tennis has programs to develop advanced technical and competitive skills. Many of the top ranked junior players in Northern Colorado have started their tennis careers in our programs and have developed the skills that it takes to compete at the highest state and regional levels.

Programs are held at Rolland Moore Racquet Complex and Fossil Creek Park.

10 & Under QUICKSTART

QUICKSTART Tennis is an exciting new play format for learning tennis, designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring, all tailored to age and size.

Little Lobber

4-6 years Sa 1:00–1:45 PM

Future Star

7–8 years M,W or Sa 9:00–10:30 AM

Aces

9–10 years M,W or Sa 9:00–10:30 AM



Middle School Excellence

Just starting the game or a seasoned competitor? Middle School players will develop their games to effectively compete on middle


and high school teams or just enjoy the benefits of this great
lifetime sport.

Challenger (New player)

11–13 years Tu,Th 4:00–6:00 PM

Sa 10:30 AM–12:30 PM

Competitive (Intermediate & Advanced)

11–13 years Tu,Th 4:00–6:00 PM

Sa 10:30 AM–12:30 PM
6th Grade League

Beginners Welcome. Get Ready to Learn the Gam. Improve your skills. Compete for your school. Make new friends. Have an amazing amount of fun!

9/6–9/27 Sa 2:30–5:30 PM

Sign up deadline August 29


High School Academy

High School players get ready to have some fun and develop your tennis games! Whether your goal is to play on your high school team or learn the best game to enjoy with your friends, this is the class

for you.

Wimbledon (New player)

14–18 years Tu,Th 4:00–6:00 PM
Sa 10:30 AM–12:30 PM

Grand Slam (Intermediate & Advanced)

14–18 years Tu,Th 4:00–6:00 PM
Sa 10:30 AM–12:30 PM

Performance Training

This program is for the devoted junior player who has already developed a solid foundation of the game and has shown a high level of commitment. Players typically have goals of state and sectional rankings, high school varsity play, and college scholarships. Players must be accepted by Head Pro. Call 970.493.7000 for days and times.


Home School Classes

These tennis classes are held at flexible times during the day. Give us a call to arrange a home school class for your children.



After-School Enrichment

These tennis classes are held after school in the gymnasiums of local elementary schools. Check with your school for details.



10 & Under Play Days

Play Days are designed for various levels of players to participate in a fun, low pressure, yet competitive setting. The 2–3 hour Play Day allows kids to have multiple matches with and against a variety of players. Lewis Tennis School will be organizing play days during the fall. Call 970.493.7000 for information.


Class Schedule

Lesson programs are offered at Rolland Moore. Starting with session indoor classes are available at The Edge. You may sign up for as many days as you like (We recommend at least two days per week). Complete schedule and times can be viewed at Lewistennis.com.

Session 1 8/25–9/20

Session 2 9/22–10/18

Session 3 10/20–11/15

Session 4 11/17–12/13


Fall Junior Tournaments

USTA sanctioned junior tournaments are offered for novice, intermediate and advanced players.

9/6–9/7 Indian Summer Championship: BG(18-10)
9/13 Lewis Tennis September Swing Futures: BG(18-10)
9/26–9/28 Lewis Tennis Pumpkin Championship: BG(18-10)
10/4 Lewis Tennis Autumn Challenger: BG(18-10)
10/11–10/12 Lewis Tennis October Fest Championship: BG(18-10)

50 Plus


Our Vision:

Fort Collins is a community where all aging citizens are active, healthy, independent, and engaged.



Our Mission:

The Fort Collins Senior Center is a gathering place where older adults can come together for activities and services that enhance their dignity, maintain their wellbeing, support their independence, foster lifelong learning, and encourage their involvement in the community.



We Value:

Education and recreation that bring meaning to leisure time

Health, wellness, and active lifestyles

A supportive setting for socialization

Information, referral, and support

The efforts of senior service providers who share our vision

Senior Center Membership

Membership 50+ is $25 annually with scholarships available. Membership provides a $3 per month discount for Fitness Passes and Full Access Passes or $1 off daily fitness admissions. Additionally 50+ members have free admission to drop-in programs including pool room, open shop, library/media center, bingo, cards and games, two day advance registration, member discounts on select services and activities, membership in member-only clubs, member celebrations, free limited legal counseling, notary service, and health and wellness services. See page 14 for details.


Goldenrod Pool & Snooker Room

The Pool Room has 4 eight-ball tables and 1 snooker table. Players must be a member of the Senior Center or pay daily drop-in fee. Additionally, we ask that users contribute to the maintenance of the facility by making a donation in the donation box located in the room.



Prairie Flax Media Center

The Senior Center’s library and media center offers a quiet location for reading, reflecting, working on a computer or challenging one’s mind by putting together an intricate jigsaw puzzle! Users must be members of the Senior Center. Six public access computers are available. Each has internet access, Microsoft Word, and Quicken, a basic accounting program. Several large print books are available, along with books by local artists and several special interest magazines. Volunteer Library Attendants are available to assist members during the day and they keep an ever-rotating supply of reading material indexed and shelved! Book donations are accepted and persons wishing to serve as a volunteer in the library are encouraged to contact Betsy Emond, Volunteer Coordinator at 970.224.6030 or bemond@fcgov.com.


Volunteers

Expand your horizons by sharing your skills, knowledge and passions as a Fort Collins Senior Center volunteer! We have a long and successful history of tapping the talents and resources of our community to enhance our programs and services! We strive to provide our trained volunteers with quality opportunities that meet their expectations, align with their skills and needs and capitalize on the many talents they possess! Our volunteers: gain new skills, forge new friendships, interact with fellow community members, enrich their community through purposeful activity, utilize their life experiences to enhance the lives of other, learn new things about themselves, set and achieve personal goals and make a positive difference in the lives of others! Volunteers choose from one time special events to longer term commitments in a variety of areas.

For more information on volunteer opportunities and how

you can become a trained Senior Center Volunteer, visit
fcgov.com/recreation/faq.php?2 or contact Volunteer Coordinator
Betsy Emond at 970.224.6030, or at bemond@fcgov.com.

Senior Center Expansion

The Senior Center staff would like to offer their heartfelt thanks to everyone who has served on the Senior Center Expansion Committee over the past decade. These volunteers have worked tirelessly to raise awareness and funds to expand this community facility to meet the needs of our growing aging population. Over the past decade, these volunteers have organized fundraising events, held community forums, given presentations, and solicited donations and grants from dozens of individuals, businesses, and foundations. Through their tireless efforts, the committee contributed over $550,000 for an expanded facility and new amenities that our community will enjoy for decades to come.



Senior Center
Expansion Board

Linda Hopkins


President

Eric Biedermann


Vice President

Lizbeth Denkers


Secretary

Peggy McGough


Treasurer

John Pfeiffenberger


Community Campaign Chair

Diane Smith and Wade Turner


Senior Advisory Board

Mike Loughlin


Website

Maggie Dennis, Story Forge


Grant Writer and
Campaign Support


Donors

Rick Allnut


Nina Azari
Jim Barnett
Lawrence Bontempo
Katie Bowers
Brenda Carns
Krista Covell-Pierson
Scott Fisher
Reginald “Bud” Herin
Jenny Illig
Sharon Keay
Ann Leffler
Bonnie Markstrom
T. Dawn Mathis
Barbara Paez
Bob Phillips (deceased)

Cindy and John Roccaforte

Mary Shultz
Stan Ulrich (deceased)
Christina Ulrich-Jones
Steve Vessey
Don Wells

There are still opportunities to make a donation, including the


new auditorium chairs and bricks. The Expansion Committee will continue to accept donations until December 31, 2014. For more information, please contact Barbara Schoenberger at 970.224.6026
or bschoenberger@fcgov.com

Clubs & Organizations

Meetings are at the Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive, unless otherwise noted.



Senior Advisory Board

The Senior Advisory Board advises City Council on issues related to older adults and is comprised of individuals of all ages who share a concern for the aging members of our community. The board consists of 11 members; nine members are appointed by City Council, and two members are appointed from the Senior Center Council. The Senior Advisory Board meets the second Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Parks Shop, 413 S. Bryan Avenue. The first 20 minutes of each meeting is devoted to public participation.


Senior Center Council – M

The Fort Collins Senior Center Council assists and advises the administrative staff in matters regarding the operation of the Fort Collins Senior Center and are elected representatives from the senior membership. Elected representatives meet the third Monday of each month at 1:30 p.m. Members are invited to attend.



C.H.A.T. (Crafts Hobbies Arts Time) – M

Participants meet on a weekly basis to present their arts and crafts projects to others in the group. Individuals are encouraged to share new ideas and techniques, all this while they enjoy the camaraderie


of other artisans.

Ongoing W 1:00–3:00 PM


Fort Collins Badminton Club

With players of varying skill levels who range from elementary school age to 70+, the Fort Collins Badminton Club is the largest badminton club in northern Colorado. To participate in many play time options at NACC and the Senior Center, players can pay a $3.00 shuttle fee per visit or purchase a 10-punch, paper shuttle pass for a fee of $25.00. For further details, schedule changes, and updates, please visit fcbadminton.org.

Location: Northside Aztlan

Ongoing Tu,Th 8:00–10:00 AM Drop-In Fee

Ongoing Sa 2:00–5:00 PM Drop-In Fee

Location: Senior Center

Ongoing M,W 6:45–9:00 PM Drop-In Fee


Fort Collins Senior Sports Club – M

Senior Sports Club is an active group of people over 50 who have a love for playing sports. Take advantage of this opportunity to interact with people who share your same interests both through sport activities and social events. Annual dues are $5.

Verify current schedule at 970.221.6644.

Badminton, M, W, F, 8:00–10:00 a.m., Senior Center


Badminton, M, W 6:30–8:30 p.m., Senior Center
Badminton, T, Th, 8:00–10:00 a.m., NACC; club play
Basketball, M, W, F, 8:00–10:00 a.m., NACC
Pickleball, Pick up official schedule at Senior Center front desk.
Table Tennis, T, Th, Sat, 3:00–5:00 p.m., Senior Center
Tennis, M–F, 9:30 a.m., Rolland Moore Park
Ice Skating, W, 9:00–11:00 a.m., EPIC
Swimming, T, F, 10:00–11:30 a.m., EPIC

Senior Sports Club meetings are held every other month on the second Monday with a potluck supper at 5:30 p.m. at the Senior Center. Each meeting features helpful information about living a healthy and active life. Information is shared about events and activities.

The activities of the Club are guided by a volunteer board with the assistance of a staff liaison.

Board meetings are held every 2nd Monday of the even months


at 9:30 a.m. at the Senior Center.

Current list of sport contacts:

Swimming Kathy Garwood 970.482.5162
Badminton Dorris Taylor 970.221.3335

Bicycling Open 970.226.3477

Bowling Karen Burgess 970.484.2906
Rich Larson 970.221.5190
Table Tennis Clarence Ehlbert 970.221.0269
Basketball Fritz Kitowski 970.282.1626
Tennis Fritz Kitowski 970.282.1626
Track Jim Frances 970.225.2902
Pickle Ball Clarence Ehlbert 970.221.0269

Front Range Forum – M

Front Range Forum is an organization serving the residents of Northern Colorado’s Front Range who are intellectually curious and dedicated to enriching their daily lives with the joy that comes with life-long learning. Members facilitate classes for each other; participants take part in short presentations and informal discussions. The Forum offers 8 –10 classes 3 times a year; classes meet two hours a week for up to eight weeks. Subjects have varied from the Vikings to the stories of Chekov and Jewett; from the Civil War to ethics; and from Van Gogh to Broadway musicals. In addition, the Forum sponsors lectures, a summer arts program, and offers two brand new programs – FRF Travels and FRF Goes to the Movies. For over twenty years the Forum has offered classes in a friendly, relaxed environment. Join our community. Front Range Forum: Enriching Life through Learning. Our newsletter, published four times a year, outlines the courses and programs offered and can be found at the Senior Center or online at fcgov.com/recreation/frf-index.php. Membership is $20 per year. For more information call Katie Stieber


at 970.224.6029.

Harmonettes – M

Do you enjoy singing favorite songs from your younger years? The Harmonettes practice and perform seasonal and themed programs of popular music from years past for local assisted living facilities and for special events. No choral experience is required, but ability to read music is helpful. Men and women 50+ are welcome. Contact Katie Stieber at 970.224.6029 for further information.

Location: Senior Center

Ongoing M 9:00–10:30 AM

(No meeting the
3rd Monday)

Older Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender (OGLBT)

This group meets monthly for breakfast or dinner. The locations and times change monthly. It is a social network for persons that are OGLBT and age 50+. Please contact Katie Stieber on her private phone line at 970.224.6029 or at kstieber@fcgov.com.


SOAP Troupe (Slightly Older Adult Players) – M

SOAP Troupe produces two major shows per year featuring a variety of acts/short skits, monologues, stand-up comedy, song, dance or instrumental performances, a short play and usually a melodrama or short comedy. Whether you are experienced or a beginner, your talent can be used to act, pound nails, sew, sing and/or write. Monthly programs and activities are planned. Interested persons are encouraged to attend a meeting. SOAP Troupe is only open to Senior Center Members who are 50+. Dues are $10 annually. SOAP meets at 3:00 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month on the stage of the Senior Center. Contact Katie Stieber at 970.224.6029 for membership information.



The Writers Group – M

Express yourself through writing in any manner you choose regardless of content, genre, or skill. Participants gather weekly to share their work and occasionally write on a topic selected by all. You will be asked to sign in at the meetings; new participants are always welcome. (Senior Center members 50+ only)

Ongoing Tu 10:00 AM–Noon

Social Opportunities

Events are held at the Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive, and are for ages 50 years and up unless otherwise noted.


New Member Orientations

Get a tour of the Center and learn about the resources and opportunities available to you. All your questions will be answered and you will start your relationship with the people of the Senior Center.

9/5, 10/3, 11/7 F 9:00–10:00 PM No Fee

9/16, 10/21, Th 5:30–6:30 PM No Fee

11/18

Member Socials

Thursday night is the time to unwind, get a drink or two and visit with other members of the Senior Center. On the third Thursday entertainment will be provided in addition to the cash bar.

Ongoing Th 5:30–7:30 PM No Fee

Bingo – M

The Senior Center members compete against each other for prizes.

9/8, 10/13, M 1:00–2:00 PM No Fee
11/10

Cards & Games – M

Cards and board games including canasta, mahjongg, scrabble


and cribbage.

Ongoing M 9:00 AM–Noon No Fee

W 1:00–4:00 PM




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