Naturally Fun Magazine - Spring 2014 - City of Arlington

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The Naturally Fun Magazine is the official program guide of the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department. Check it out of information on Arlington Parks, Facilities, Programs, Rentals and Events!

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Naturally Fun Magazine - Spring 2014 - City of Arlington

  1. 1. 2014 SPRING NATURALLY FUN A R L I N G TO N P A R K S Get Fit! Shed the holiday pounds at one of our exciting new fitness classes. See why bringing a friend could save you some cash! PAGE 13 DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE Experience why many call this the best kids event in DFW as you create a lasting memory with your little princess. PAGE 68 A N D R E C R E A T I O N D E P A R T M E N T CAN YOU SEE ME NOW? Volunteer photographer Line Martel highlights some of River Legacy Parks’ smallest residents like you’ve never seen them before. ECONOMIC IMPACT Why investing in our Arlington Parks and Recreation facilities and programs makes cents. PAGE 8 YOUR ONE-STOP SOURCE FOR INFORMATION ON THE ARLINGTON PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
  2. 2. 2 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  3. 3. Conquering the Deep End Postgame Handshakes Campfire S’mores Fresh Smells of Nature Adventures with Dad We’re here to create moments. We believe that parks, recreational opportunities and open spaces provide a foundation for the physical, social, economic and environmental viability and well-being of Arlington. Our Mission is to provide quality facilities and services that are responsive to a diverse community, and sustained with a focus on partnerships, innovation and environmental leadership. Welcome to Arlington Parks and Recreation. Welcome to Naturally Fun. STAY CONNECTED NaturallyFun.org 717 W. Main St. Arlington, TX 76013 817-459-5474 fb.com/ArlingtonParks twitter.com/Arlington_Parks youtube.com/NaturallyFunTV pinterest.com/ArlingtonParks foursquare.com (Search for Arlington Parks and Recreation Department) Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 3
  4. 4. NATURALLYFUN.org Get to know your City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department even better through the clean, visual interface of our new website. Explore parks and facilities on the interactive map. Stay up to date by following the Naturally Fun News and checking the calendar of events. Like, share, tweet, pin and comment on your favorite parks, programs and events. The cutting edge, responsive design allows you to access the information you need — anytime, anywhere and automatically formatted to your device! in every issue: 13 16 20 22 24 28 29 32 40 46 54 60 71 73 75 76 78 4 08 Park Benefits Putting a 23 Tents & Tales Night under the stars will include s’mores, campfire sing-a-long and a showing of Despicable Me 2! 10 Southwest Nature Preserve Arlington gem 30 Never Too Old to Play 36 Health & Wellness Fitness Classes Cliff Nelson Recreation Center Dottie Lynn Recreation Center Elzie Odom Athletic Center Hugh Smith Recreation Center welcomes hiking, fishing and adventure enthusiasts after extensive recent upgrades. Youth Leagues Adult Leagues Senior Programs Tennis Golf 19 Swim Lessons Water Aerobics Contact Info Facility Rentals Scholarships Parks Map Upcoming Events value on the economic impact of parks and recreation in Arlington. 22 Pickleball Head to Dottie Lynn and experience this sports craze that is sweeping the nation. On the Road Again Join the Cliff Nelson staff on two great day trips this spring as we tour some Texas hot spots. City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g NaturallyFun author Tim Baggett reminds us that we don’t stop playing because we get old; we get old because we stop playing. Make 2014 the year you focus on your well-being. Free event on April 25 offers a variety of health screenings and wellness demonstrations.
  5. 5. Contents NATURALLY FUN MAGAZINE • SPRING 2014 44 ATC Block Party The 49 Ventana Grille Spring Events You won’t Arlington Tennis Center is serving up some FREE tennis fun with activities for all ages and abilities on May 3. want to miss the delectable offerings that Chef Luigi is preparing! 64 New Skatepark Taking Shape Phase one of Vandergriff Skatepark is in final stages of construction. 65 Arlington Kite Festival Annual springtime favorite attracts hundreds of spectators and participants to River Legacy Parks each April. 68 Daddy Daughter Dance Bonjour! Be part of a wonderful night of dancing and fun. 30 ON THE COVER NaturallyFun volunteer photographer Line Martel gives us an up-close look at some of River Legacy Parks’ smallest residents with her macro photography feature. 22 65 Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 5
  6. 6. “ Everything has beauty BUT not everyone sees it.” Confucius Throughout this issue are photos of some of the smallest residents of River Legacy Parks. These spectacular images were taken by NaturallyFun volunteer photographer Line Martel, who graciously allowed us to feature her outstanding work. Enjoy! From the Photographer: I started photography as a hobby in 2011. Originally from Canada, I moved to Texas a few years ago. Being from Canada, I missed having easy access to abundant nature, but found a little oasis of nature at River Legacy Parks. The abundance of insect life inspired me to venture in macro photography of insects. To view Line’s complete collection, please visit: photo.net/photos/LineMartel 6 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  7. 7. B LU E DA S H E R DRAGONFLY River Legacy Parks • Photo Credit: LINE MARTEL Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 7
  8. 8. THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF PARKS AND RECREATION. Just as public safety and water utilities are considered essential public services, parks and recreation facilities and offerings are equally important to establishing and maintaining the quality of life in Arlington, and ensuring the health and well-being of our residents and visitors. this great city. The following content will provide a clearer glimpse of the importance of parks and recreation services across the country and outline the initiatives that the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department has developed to boost the City Council’s priorities. While the societal benefits are clear, some don’t recognize the impact of parks and recreation on the economic and environmental growth and stewardship of “Many cities feel they must choose between economic growth and open space protection. In most cases, however, no such choice is necessary. A city’s parks system BUILD A THRIVING COMMUNITY The Arlington City Council has determined that “Building a Thriving Community” is a priority for the work of our city. Every part of our organization contributes to our overall success and vitality as we make Arlington a better place to live, work, learn and play. APRD INITIATIVES: • Playground Improvements • Park Enhancements, including projects at the SW Nature Preserve, Burl Wilkes, Rush Creek and Richard Simpson. • New and Expanded Special Events • Master Planning, including update to 10-yr Park, Recreation and Open Space Plan • Hugh Smith Recreation Center and East Library Assessment not only provides health and environmental benefits, a sense of community, and a higher quality of life, it is also good for the bottom line. Parks can significantly increase property values, attract and retain businesses, attract and retain a talented workforce, revitalize cities and communities, boost the tourism industry, create jobs, and increase tax revenues. Parks also play a major role in economic development and economic growth.” 1 DEFINE AN IDENTIFIABLE BRAND Arlington is achieving a higher profile on a regional, national and international basis with world-class events taking place in the Entertainment District and as a home to an emerging Tier I research university. As our visibility increases, we want to be known for our authentic hometown charm and big city amenities. We strive to be genuine, the community of choice for our own residents and businesses and for those seeking a place to call home. APRD INITIATIVES: • New Parks and Gateway Signage • Entertainment Disctrict Sculpture Trail • Website Development of NaturallyFun.org • Increase Social Media Presence • Re-Design of Naturally Fun magazine SUPPORT QUALITY EDUCATION A successful community requires a variety of support systems and an environment that enables educational opportunities to flourish. Residents, students and families seeking a community to invest in desired choices and a culture of achievement. Arlington strives for quality public, private and higher education for our community. This focus will attract new residents and businesses, and prepare a foundation for our future. The synergy between educational institutions, the municipal corporation, the private sector and the community can help ensure success and achievement for all students. APRD INITIATIVES: • Internship Programs • Lunch & Learn Career Development Seminars • Brand+Aid Marketing & Social Media Conference • Mayor’s Youth Commision • After-School and Day Camp Programs ENHANCE REGIONAL MOBILITY Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Arlington’s transportation connections within and beyond our borders is critical because of our central location within the region. Our community is at the crossroads. As the regional and statewide conversation to increase mobility continues, Arlington faces an important decision to determine its place in the future of this system. APRD INITIATIVES: • Beautification of City Entry Points • Improved Trail Connections Between Parks, Schools and Neighborhoods • Bowman Branch Linear Park Trail Development • Rush Creek Linear Park Trail Extension 8 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g SOMETHING FOR ALL BETTER THAN THE REST Ninety percent of residents surveyed in our most recent poll have visited an Arlington park and/or one of our recreation facilities in the last 12 months. When asked to rate their overall satisfaction of Arlington athletics programs, 92% said it was as good or better than they would expect from another public program. 90% 92%
  9. 9. REVENUE GENERATOR A greenbelt in Boulder, Colo., that helped to increase the value of surrounding homes by approximately $5.4 million was shown to potentially generate $500,000 annually in property tax revenue for the neighborhood.3 VALUE OF TREES Arlington’s urban forest is estimated to have a structural value of $2.75 Billion (e.g., the cost of having to replace a tree with a similar tree). Trees in Arlington are estimated to reduce energy-related costs from residential buildings by $2.80 Million annually.5 WELCOME HOME The National Association of Home Builders found that 65 percent of home shoppers surveyed felt that parks would seriously influence them to move to a community.2 HEALTH BENEFITS Active Living Research highlighted a Nebraska study which found that for every $1 spent on trails, there was almost $3 in savings in direct medical costs.3 POSITIVE PROPERTY A PREMIUM ON PARKS Value increase to homes located within 1,500 feet of the following types of parks according to the American 2 Planning Association: A survey by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed that 50 percent of voters would be willing to pay 10 percent more for a house located near a park or protected open space.2 • Natural Areas: $10,648 • Golf Courses: $8,849 • Specialty Parks: $5,657 • Urban Parks: $1,214 COMING FOR THE PARKS “ In a study by Miller et al., a retiree sample was asked to review 14 features and indicate their importance in the decision to move. The first two in rank order were scenic beauty and recreational opportunities.2 WANTING TO SEE GREEN A study in Active Living Research estimated that the average household living half a mile from open space would be willing to pay $4,104 more for a home to live a quarter mile closer to the open space.3 Parks provide intrinsic environmental, aesthetic and recreation benefits to our cities. They are also a source of positive economic benefits. They enhance property values, increase municipal revenue, bring in homebuyers American Planning Association - City Parks Forum and workers, and attract retirees.” Open Space San Francisco. “The Economic Value of Parks.” 2009. 2American Planning Association “How Cities Use Parks for Economic Development.” 2002. 3Active Living Research. “Economic Benefits of Communities that Support Physical Activity.” May 2010. 4Active Living Research. “The Economic Benefits of Open Space, Recreation Facilities and Walkable Community Design.” May 2010. 5City of Arlington. “Urban Forest Resource Analysis.” 2009. 1 Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 9
  10. 10. SOUTHWEST NATURE PRESERVE 10 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g With three stocked ponds for catch-andrelease fishing, over 1.5 miles of scenic trails and an educational amphitheater, the 58acre Southwest Nature Preserve is now open for exploration! SOUTHWEST NATURE PRESERVE 5201 Bowman Springs Rd. ARLINGTON, TX 76017
  11. 11. “ I was just amazed that there was this place in Arlington with all these post oaks, great topography and evidence of so much wildlife.” Jan Miller Friends of the Southwest Nature Preserve member recalling her first visit to the site during the initial park planning stages. The Southwest Nature Preserve is a 58-acre tract of previously inaccessible land, located just south of Interstate 20 and adjacent to Bowman Springs Drive in southwest Arlington. The site include three ponds, wooded areas and a sandstone bluff, known as Kennedale Mountain. The property, a remnant of the Eastern Cross Timbers habitat, features as many as 300 native plant species. An array of mammals and birds including herons, foxes and coyotes call it home. Recent improvements include a boardwalk leading to the pond, a small amphitheater for educational programs, convenient picnic areas and lighted parking. S OU T HW EST N AT UR E P R ES ERVE Photo Credit: BOB BRENNAN Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 11
  12. 12. FITNESS ASK THE TRAINER Join our trainer once a month for an informational hour of free fitness and nutrition advice at Hugh Smith Recreation Center. The trainer will be available to answer questions, provide equipment and exercise instruction, and answer your nutritional and diet questions. There’s no extra charge, all you need is a membership card and current fitness room membership. Call 817-275-1351 for more info. PERSONAL TRAINING Certified personal trainers are available for one-on-one instruction for all ages and skill levels. Times are arranged between the instructor and student. Call the center where you wish to participate. Membership card and Fitness Room Membership required. One Person, One Session .................................... $45 One Person, Five Sessions ................................ $180 Two People, One Session .................................... $70 Two People, Five Sessions ................................ $285 LAND & WATER FITNESS PASS Unlimited Land and Water Fitness Membership includes yoga, aerobics, water aerobics (at Hugh Smith Indoor Pool) and fitness room (Hugh Smith Rec Center). Ages 14 and Up ...................................... $45 / Month MATURE ADULT & SENIOR FITNESS For mature adult and senior fitness classes, please see a complete schedule and program descriptions on page 33 and 35. 12 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  13. 13. FITNESS PLUS MEMBERSHIP Access at all of the recreation and athletic centers, unlimited fitness plus classes and weight room access. Includes the indoor track, fitness room, inline skating and rock climbing at Elzie Odom Athletic Center (EOAC). 1 Month Pass .......................................... $30 6 Month Pass ........................................ $165 Annual Pass .......................................... $300 FITNESS CALENDAR Interested in attending one of these great classes? Turn to pg. 14 to see our complete fitness class calendar! FITNESS SPECIALS! SPRING INTO FITNESS • JAN 2-18 15% OFF Annual Pass or Buy 2 Months Get 1 Month Free (limit of 2 passes) REFER A FRIEND Receive a $10 voucher for each referral that mentions your name when purchasing a fitness membership. (Note: while you can collect multiple vouchers for multiple referrals, only one voucher may be redeemed at a time). COLLEGE DISCOUNT 10% OFF fitness pass when showing applicable ID at time of purchase. MILITARY DISCOUNT 15% OFF fitness pass when showing applicable ID at time of purchase. TRY US OUT - COLLEGE PROGRAM Want to try out our programs before committing to a membership? Show your college ID at registration and get two months usage without a Facility Card. Inquire at any of our centers for more details. Fitness Plus class Descriptions: Turbo Kick Jammin’ music, ab sculpting moves, and high intensity cardio kickboxing. Punch, kick and jab your way to a leaner body and a tighter core! Fitness Belly Dancing Traditional Belly Dancing with a little bit of Bollywood, Bhangra, Salsa and more so you can groove to the moves! A fun, low-impact rhythmic aerobics cardio class that will keep you in motion, strengthen abs and core, tone, and gain flexibility in the entire body with an all- over workout. All fitness levels are welcome. Mat Pilates Mat Pilates tones your body and improves your flexibility using the mind-body connection. Pilates works on the core muscle groups to give your body better control. Breathing techniques and body awareness are also emphasized. Sculpting & Toning This overall body conditioning class increases strength and sculpts and tones all major muscle groups. Participants learn proper form with use of free weights, body weight and band exercises. Senior Exercise This group exercise class for seniors includes flexibility, balance and strength training done to big band and swing music. Participants learn proper technique in use of free weights, bands and tubes. Tai Chi Tai Chi improves balance, flexibility and strength. The class will help improve you both physically and mentally. Yoga Yoga is a complete toning of the whole body. Yoga releases stress from the body while improving muscular endurance, increasing flexibility and reducing cholesterol. Zumba ® Combining a blend of Latin Rhythms and easy to follow dance moves, this low impact class features routines with interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. FITNESS ROOM MEMBERSHIPS Enjoy our fitness and weight rooms featuring a complete line of Nautilus strength equipment and a variety of cardiovascular machines (treadmills, stair climbers, ellipticals and bikes). Gyms open for free play with membership (subject to availability). Additional family members receive a 20% discount off any fitness membership when purchased at the same time. Membership card required for all fitness room passes. CLIFF NELSON, DOTTIE LYNN AND HUGH SMITH CHILD CARE HOURS Daily with Membership Card ................................................................................... $3 Daily without Membership Card ............................................................................. $6 Monthly .................................................................................................................. $15 6-Month Weight Room Pass .................................................................................. $75 Annual .................................................................................................................. $150 Senior Monthly ...................................................................................................... $12 Senior 6-Month ...................................................................................................... $60 Senior Annual ...................................................................................................... $120 M-F .........................................................................8:30-11:30 AM M-Th ....................................................................... 5:30-7:30 PM Ages: 14+ ELZIE ODOM Ages: 14+ Daily with Membership Card ................................................................................... $3 Daily without Membership Card ............................................................................. $6 Monthly .................................................................................................................. $20 6-Month ................................................................................................................ $100 Annual .................................................................................................................. $200 Basketball/Track Monthly ..................................................................................... $10 Basketball/Track Annual ..................................................................................... $100 Senior Monthly ...................................................................................................... $12 Senior 6-Month ...................................................................................................... $60 Senior Annual ...................................................................................................... $120 Cliff Nelson: Dottie Lynn: M, W, F ...................................................................8:30-10:30 AM M, W ........................................................................ 6:00-8:00 PM Tu, Th ..................................................................... 5:30-7:30 PM Hugh Smith: M, W, F ...................................................................8:30-11:30 AM M-Th ....................................................................... 6:00-8:00 PM T-Th .............................................................. 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Sa ......................................................................... 9:30-11:30 AM Elzie Odom: M-Th ....................................................................... 6:00-9:00 PM Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 13
  14. 14. CLIFF NELSON RECREATION CENTER 4600 W. Bardin Rd. Arlington, TX 76017 • 817-561-2819 TIME TIME MON 8:15 AM Fit Over 50 WED WED FRI SAT Fit Over 50 Cardio, Strength & Core Zumba® 10:00 AM THU Fit Over 50 Cardio, Strength & Core 9:00 AM 9:45 AM TUE Zumba® Sculpt & Tone Zumba® Sculpt & Tone 10:30 AM Low Impact Aerobics 5:30 PM Insanity® TBD Insanity® TBD 6:00 PM Zumba® Yoga Zumba® Yoga 6:30 PM Low Impact Aerobics Boot Camp Low Impact Aerobics Boot Camp Fitness Belly Dancing 7:30 PM DOTTIE LYNN RECREATION CENTER 3200 Norwood Ln. Arlington, TX 76013 • 817-277-5001 TIME MON 7:00 AM TUE Yoga Fitness WED WED Yoga Fitness Senior Exercise 8:00 AM 8:15 AM Zumba® 9:30 AM Yoga 12:00 PM THU SAT Yoga Fitness Senior Exercise Zumba® Yoga FRI SAT Yoga Tai Chi Zumba® Yoga Strength Training with FitBall Aerobics Tai Chi 5:30 PM Turbo Kick Yoga Fitness Turbo Kick Mat Pilates 6:30 PM Boot Camp Zumba® Boot Camp Interval Aerobics New classes are coming soon. Check each location for updates. We are also looking for contract and specialty instructors! Send us a short proposal and some background information along with your desired location to teach at. For more information, please contact Yvonne Falgout at yvonne.falgout@arlingtontx.gov. The secret of getting 14 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  15. 15. ELZIE ODOM ATHLETIC CENTER 1601 NE Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 • 817-459-6434 TIME TIME MON TUE WED Total Conditioning 6:00 AM THU THU FRI SAT Body “Booty” Camp 9:00 AM Instructor’s Choice 9:30 AM Kettlebell 5:45 PM Kettlebell 6:00 PM Fitness Boxing Instructor’s Choice Rock Climbing Zumba® Freedom Flow Yoga 7:00 PM HUGH SMITH RECREATION CENTER 1815 New York Ave. Arlington, TX 76010 • 817-275-1351 TIME TIME MON 8:45 AM Senior Strength Training Senior Strength Training Senior Strength Training 9:30 AM Bootcamp Bootcamp Bootcamp 9:45 AM Tai Chi 10:30 AM Pilates 11:30 AM 12:30 PM 7:00 PM WED WED THU FRI SAT Tai Chi Pilates Zumba® Turbo Kick Pilates Zumba® Turbo Kick Insanity® 5:30 PM 6:30 PM TUE Zumba® Zumba® Toning Zumba® Zumba® Toning Yoga NOTE: All Zumba® classes are now part of the Fitness Plus Membership. For additional information, please see pg. 12. ahead is getting started. MARK TWAIN Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 15
  16. 16. CLIFF NELSON recreation center Spring Break CAMp Don’t want to fight all the skiers on the slopes or the ‘beach bums’ on the coast? We’ll be here to watch your kids the week of Spring Break. An afternoon snack is provided. Please bring a sack lunch along each day. Ages: 5-12 ........................................ $115 / Week M-F Mar 10-14 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM 150811 Sporties for Shorties Play a new sport every day! We will work on hand and foot coordination while learning about soccer, basketball and baseball! Age: 3-5 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-31 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM Preschool Playhouse 150897 150898 150899 150900 150901 During this program, we will carry out different themes using crafts, songs, stories, games and other fun activities. We will also 16 introduce colors, shapes, numbers, letters and much more. Age: 3............................................... $85 / Month T, Tu Jan 2-30 T, Tu Feb 4-27 T, Tu Mar 4-25 T, Tu Apr 1-29 T, Tu May 1-29 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 150801 150802 150803 150804 150805 Age: 4-5............................................ $85 / Month T, Tu Jan 7-30 T, Tu Feb 4-27 T, Tu Mar 4-27 T, Tu Apr 1-29 T, Tu May 1-29 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 150806 150807 150808 150809 150810 My Little Sweetie Charm Class Join us for a unique charm class to get ready for the Daddy Daughter Sweetheart Dance or just because! We will learn proper etiquette including table manners, polite conversations, acting lady-like in a dress, tasteful make-up for young ladies, nail care and even a little bit of dancing. Age: 5-12 ......................................... $15 / 1 Class Sa Jan 25 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g 2:00-4:00 PM 151576 817-561-2819 SOUTHWEST ARLINGTON 4600 W. Bardin Rd. Arlington, TX 76017 Cliff Nelson Recreation Center Little Dribblers Participants will concentrate on the basics of the game. Learning passing, shooting, defense/offense drills and rebounding. Classes help children develop teamwork and listening skills. Age: 3-5 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-31 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 150902 150903 150904 150905 150906 Basketball Participants will concentrate on the basics of the game. Learning passing, shooting, defense/offense drills and rebounding. Classes help children develop teamwork and listening skills. Age: 5-6 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-31 12:00-12:50 PM 12:00-12:50 PM 12:00-12:50 PM 12:00-12:50 PM 12:00-12:50 PM 151753 151754 151755 151756 151757
  17. 17. Cheernastics All areas that are essential to becoming a great cheerleader today are covered motions, jumps, tumbling and attitude. Noncompetitive cheerleading and gymnastics is an ideal way to develop strength, poise, coordination, self-confidence and selfcontrol. Age: 6-12 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-19 Sa May 3-31 9:15-10:00 AM 9:15-10:00 AM 9:15-10:00 AM 9:15-10:00 AM 9:15-10:00 AM 150774 150775 150776 150777 150778 Gymnastics Gymnastics is a great class for developing balance, coordination, flexibility, muscular endurance and strength. This is a beginning class where participants will learn basic gymnastic skills. Age: 6-12 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-22 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-31 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 10:15-11:00 AM 150779 150780 150781 150782 150783 Hop, Skip and Jump Preschoolers and their parents will hop the day away. They will do log rolls, bear crawls and more to help develop coordination, listening skills and social interaction. Age: 2-3 ........................................ $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 9:00-9:30 AM 9:00-9:30 AM 9:00-9:30 AM 9:00-9:30 AM 9:00-9:30 AM 150891 150892 150893 150894 150895 Tumbling Tots Preschoolers will learn beginning tumbling and beam skills. These classes help to enhance social interaction, listening skills and coordination. Age: 3-5 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-31 9:30-10:00 AM 9:30-10:00 AM 9:30-10:00 AM 9:30-10:00 AM 9:30-10:00 AM 150785 150786 150787 150788 150789 VOLLEYBALL Age: 8-14 ...................................... $32 / 4 Classes ADULT SPORTS Learn basic guitar chords, strumming techniques, tuning and care of the guitar. Emphasis is on the guitar as accompaniment and will include simple guitar solos. Bring guitar to class. Ages: 8+ ....................................... $52 / 6 Classes W Jan 8-Feb 12 W Feb 19-Apr 2 W Apr 9-May 14 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM 150812 150813 150814 150815 150816 6:30-7:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 151356 151357 151758 KEYBOARDING - LEVEL A Class will use an electric keyboard and will learn notes and time values, fingering and basic songs. Fee includes piano book. A keyboard or piano for home practice is recommended. Ages: 8+ ....................................... $48 / 4 Classes M Jan 6-27 M Jan 6-27 M Jan 6-27 M Feb 3-24 M Feb 3-24 M Feb 3-24 M Mar 3-31 M Mar 3-31 M Mar 3-31 M Apr 7-28 M Apr 7-28 M Apr 7-28 M May 5-19 M May 5-19 M May 5-19 7:30-8:20 PM 5:30-6:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 5:30-6:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 5:30-6:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 5:30-6:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 5:30-6:20 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 151261 150790 150794 151262 150791 150795 151263 150792 150796 151264 150793 150797 151265 150798 150799 WOMEN’S SELF-DEFENSE This program will teach females to recognize and defend against an attacker. This class will strengthen your mind, body and spirit so that you never have to be a victim. For more information or to register please call Carol Henry at 817-271-6959. Ages: 14+ Sa Sa Jan 18 Mar 22 Contract Programs TAE KWON DO Students will learn kicking, punching, basic falls and discipline. Students should wear Tae Kwon Do Gi or sweats. For more information or to register please contact Carol Henry at 817-271-6959. BEGINNER - Ages: 6+ M Ongoing Tu Ongoing INTERMEDIATE - Ages: 6+ M Ongoing Tu Ongoing ADVANCED - Ages: 6+ M Ongoing Tu Ongoing SPARRING - Ages: 6+ En guarde! Learn the new and exciting sport of Olympic Fencing. Students will be provided with equipment and the basic skills to become and modern day musketeer! For more information and to register contact Janos Gasparin at 817-789-0823 or email jgasparin3@gmail.com. Ages: 8+ Su Ongoing 6:00-6:50 PM 6:00-6:50 PM 6:50-7:40 PM 6:50-7:40 PM 7:40-8:50 PM 7:40-8:50 PM 8:00-9:00 PM Preschoolers will learn basic kicks, escaping techniques and rolling. Gi not required. This class helps teach children about stranger awareness. For more information or to register please contact Carol Henry at 817271-6959. M Ongoing 2:00-4:00 PM Dreams Dance Program We are a competitive, premier, all-star dance group that embarks on competitions all around the state! For more information or to register please contact Courtney Rogers at (225)235-5165 or Courtney@ dreamsdancestudio.org Ages: 13-17 6:00-7:30 PM Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers We have partnered with Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers to offer a variety of great programs for your child. For more information, or to register, please contact Jo-Ann Ingram at 817-996-0286 or joannslittledancers.com. BALLET & TAP (Ages: 3-5) Tiny Kids Self Defense Ages: 3-5 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Fencing W, F Ongoing Th Ongoing Bump, Set, Spike! You will learn how to serve the ball, proper footwork and how to bump, set and spike the volleyball. Don’t forget your knee pads. Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-19 Sa May 3-31 GUITAR - LEVEL A F Ongoing Sa Ongoing 10:30-11:15 AM 9:15-10:00 AM BALLET & TAP (Ages: 6-12) Sa Ongoing 10:00-10:45 AM HIP HOP & JAZZ (Ages: 6-12) Sa Ongoing 10:45-11:30 AM TUMBLING FOR TOTS (Ages 3-5) F Ongoing 11:15 AM-12:00 PM SOCCER TOTS & LITTLE SLUGGERS These programs are designed to help kids learn the basics of soccer and baseball through a variety of games. Both programs are run for 12 weeks. The idea is to coach kids early in life for success in the future! For more information and to register, please call 972-978-8530 or email Coach Kyndra at kgrazetti@soccertotsfortworth.com. 5:30-6:00 PM Must have Annual Facility Membership or purchase the daily admission of $4. No non-paying spectators are allowed. This is reserved for adults only, no children allowed. • Competitive Basketball: Sat — 2:00-4:00 PM • Badminton: Mon — 7:00-9:00 PM | Fri — 6:00-9:00 PM Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 17
  18. 18. ROAD TRIP WITH CLIFF NELSON RECREATION CENTER Go sightseeing with the CNRC! Check out these two great day trips for adults. Both trips will leave from Cliff Nelson Recreation Center - 4600 W. Bardin Rd. Arlington, TX 76017. Call 817-561-2819 for more info. Observation Deck TOUR WINE TOUR Friday, Feb 21 • 10 AM-3 PM • $25/Person Friday, May 16 • 10 AM-3 PM • $25/Person Includes transportation to Dallas and ticket for observation deck. Lunch at El Fenix in downtown not included in fee. Barcode: 152346 Includes transportation to Burleson, winery tour and wine tasting. Lunch will be on your own at a restaurant in Burleson. Barcode: 152347 REUNION TOWER • DALLAS, TEXAS MOTHER-SON OVERNIGHT LOCK-IN LOST OAK WINERY • BURLESON, TEXAS CLIFF NELSON RECREATION CENTER April 25-26 • 5 PM-7:30 AM • $12/Person • All Ages! Calling all moms and their sons — Join us for a fun-filled sleepover at Cliff Nelson Rec Center! Just bring your sleeping bag, cot, blow-up mattress and anything else you need to be comfy for the night. The sleepover will include dinner, friendly mom and son competitions, crafts, activities and more. So leave the chores to dad and the rest of the family at home while you enjoy some quality time with the most important “man” in your life. Let the games begin! Barcode: 150800 18 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  19. 19. COFFEE & CRAFTING Enjoy good company and coffee while having fun creating our Pinterest crafts! We will choose a fun and easy craft and get the supplies needed for you to leave with a finished craft project. Be a part of an environment that will provide simple learning for creative living! Thursday, Feb. 6 • 9:15-11:15 AM | Thursday, March 6 • 9:15-11:15 AM Cost: $17 per class • Location: Dottie Lynn Recreation Center - Room 2 Pickleball Pickleball was once called “the fastest growing sport in the country you’ve never heard of.” Not anymore. This very fun, very social, very ‘active’ game has grown exponentially since it was first introduced in 1965. Developed by Washington State representative and eventual Lt. Governor, Joel Pritchard, the name of the sport originated, according to urban legend, in honor of Pritchard’s dog, Pickles, who would chase any errant balls and return them... most of the time. Okay – so what is this fun game with the funny name? Check out this new sport coming to the DOTTIE LYNN RECREATION CENTER Played with a composite/graphite paddle and a baseball-sized wiffle ball, Pickleball is very similar to tennis, but is played on a smaller court. It is not, however, paddle tennis. The court is the same size as a badminton court – 20x44 feet, or one-third the size of a tennis court – and the net, on the ground, is two inches lower than the standard 36” tennis net. It first appealed to the over-50 tennis crowd, many of whom that loved their sport of tennis but could not run around on the much-larger tennis court anymore. Pickleball enthusiasts agree – new participants will be “playing in 15 minutes and laughing in 20.” But don’t be misled – most describe the game as “kinder on the body, but still a great workout.” — description courtesy of centralcoastactive.com. Beginners Pickleball Learn to play the fun and easy game of Pickleball! Pickleball is a mix of ping pong and tennis where you use a wooden racket to hit a whiffle ball across a net that is on the floor. Pickleball requires a partner so bring a friend or make new friends in class. Pickleball is addicting so get ready for your next obsession that provides light exercise and a great time! Ages: 18+ .................... $5 / Class or $20 / Month T Feb 4-25 T Apr 1-29 9:30-10:30 AM 9:30-10:30 AM Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 DLRC DLRC 19
  20. 20. DOTTIE LYNN 817-277-5001 CENTRAL ARLINGTON 3200 Norwood Ln. Arlington, TX 76013 recreation center After School Care Make going back to school more fun by attending Dottie Lynn’s After School Care each afternoon. Each day we will have snack, finish homework and play games. If your child attends Duff Elementary, staff members will escort your child to Dottie Lynn each day. If your child attends Hill or Dunn Elementary, a staff member will transport each child from school to the recreation center in a city van at 3:20 PM. Space on the van is very limited so register early. Ages: 5-13 ...................................... $130 / Month M-F Jan 7-Feb 3 M-F Feb 3-28 M-F Mar 3-31 M-F Apr 1-30 M-F May 1-Jun 4 3:20-6:30 PM 3:20-6:30 PM 3:20-6:30 PM 3:20-6:30 PM 3:20-6:30 PM 151421 151424 151427 151430 151433 Day Off Day CAMp Spend your day off with the staff at DLRC. We will have a day jam-packed with activities such as gym sports, games, arts and crafts, movies and much more. Campers should bring a sack lunch. Your afternoon snack will be provided. Pre-registration required. Age: 5-12 ......................................... $35 / 1 Class M Jan 20 M Feb 17 F Apr 18 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM 151452 151453 151454 Spring Break CAMp Don’t want to fight all the skiers on the slopes or the ‘beach bums’ on the coast? We’ll be here to watch your kids the week of Spring Break. An afternoon snack is provided. Please bring a sack lunch along each day. Ages: 5-13 ........................................ $115 / Week M-F Mar 10-14 20 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM 151456 Dottie Lynn Recreation Center Guitar Level 1 Learn basic guitar chords, strumming techniques, tuning and care of the guitar. Emphasis is on the guitar as accompaniment and will include simple guitar solos. Bring guitar to class. Age: 8+ ......................................... $48 / 4 Classes Tu Jan 7-28 Tu Feb 4-25 Tu Mar 4-25 Tu Apr 1-29 Tu May 6-27 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 151355 151437 151438 151439 151440 Keyboarding - Level A This class will be taught using an electric keyboard. Learn beginning skills: notes and their time values, fingering, simple songs, etc. Fee includes piano book. A keyboard or piano for home practice is recommended. Age: 6-12 ...................................... $48 / 4 Classes M Jan 6-27 M Feb 3-24 M Mar 3-24 M Apr 7-28 M May 5-26 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 151441 151442 151443 151444 151445
  21. 21. AMazing Dinosaurs Learn more about your favorite dinosaurs! Make your own fossil, play dino games, read books and more! Age: 18 Months-4 .......................... $25 / 4 Classes F Jan 10-31 9:30-11:00 AM 151462 Cooking 101 CAMp Calling all Chefs! In this exciting camp young chefs will learn how to create yummy culinary masterpieces. Learn the basics on measuring, preparing food and meal planning. Bring your appetite because we’ll try what we make! Age: 5-12 ..................................... $80 / 5 Classes M-F Mar 10-14 1:00- 4:00 PM 151522 Play a new sport every day! We will work on hand and foot coordination while learning about soccer, basketball and baseball! Age: 18 Months-4 .......................... $25 / 4 Classes 9:30-11:00 AM 9:30-11:00 AM 9:30-11:00 AM 9:30-11:00 AM 9:30-11:00 AM 151473 151477 151478 151479 151480 Preschool Playhouse During this program, we will carry out different themes using crafts, songs, stories, games and other fun activities. We will also introduce colors, shapes, numbers, letters and much more. Age: 3 .......................................... $85 / 8 Classes T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-27 T, Th Mar 4-27 T, Th Apr 1-29 T, Th May 6-Jun 5 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 151463 151464 151465 151466 151467 Age: 4-5 ....................................... $85 / 8 Classes T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-27 T, Th Mar 4-27 T, Th Apr 1-29 T, Th May 6-Jun 5 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 151468 151469 151470 151471 151472 Shake, Rattle & Grow Bring your toddler to this fast movin’, music playin’, toe tappin’ class. Class will concentrate on movement, rhythm and interaction with you and other participants in the class. We will involve colors, bubbles, musical instruments and upbeat music that will get everyone movin’ and groovin’. Parents must attend and participate throughout the program. Age: 18 Months-3 .......................... $25 / 4 Classes F Feb 7-28 F Mar 7-4 F Apr 4-25 F May 2-23 10:00-10:30 AM 10:00-10:30 AM 10:00-10:30 AM 10:00-10:30 AM Gain an understanding of the game. Emphasis is on improving individual skills including the correct way to dribble, pass and shoot. Age: 3-4 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-22 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 10:00 AM-10:45 AM 10:00 AM-10:45 AM 10:00 AM-10:45 AM 10:00 AM-10:45 AM 151482 151483 151484 151485 Age: 5-6 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-22 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 11:00-11:45 AM 11:00-11:45 AM 11:00-11:45 AM 11:00-11:45 AM 151488 151489 151490 151491 ADULT BASKETBALL Sporties for Shorties F Jan 10-31 F Feb 7-28 F Mar 7-28 F Apr 4-25 F May 2-23 BEGINNING Soccer 151457 151458 151459 151460 Must have Annual Facility Membership or purchase the daily admission of $4. No non-paying spectators are allowed. This is reserved for adults only, no children allowed. Age: 3-4 ....................................... $8 / 5 Sessions Sa Jan 4-May 31 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 151446 Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers We have partnered with Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers to offer a variety of great programs for your child. For more information, or to register, please contact Jo-Ann Ingram at 817-996-0286 or joannslittledancers.com. BALLET & TAP (Ages: 3-5) M Ongoing Sa Ongoing BALLET & TAP (Ages: 6-12) Sa Ongoing Bellydance Basics Always wanted to try bellydancing? This is the perfect class for you! No previous dance experience required. Learn basic bellydance moves and bit of culture too! And you’ll have the opportunity to perform with the class at our upcoming recitals and parties. Wear comfortable clothes, such as yoga pants and t-shirt. Dance slippers or halfsoles recommended (no athletic shoes), as the floor is tile over concrete. Payment to be made to the instructor, for more information go to www.rivkahsultana.com. Age: 14+ ....................................... $72 / 6 Classes Sa Jan 11-Feb 15 10:30-11:30 AM Advanced Bellydance This class will take you into choreography, with the use of veils, wings, finger cymbals, and other props. Recommended for those who have had at least one year Bellydance Basics with Rivkah or two years with another instructor. Opportunity to perform both with the class and as soloists at our upcoming recitals and parties! Wear comfortable stretchy clothes, such as yoga pants and t-shirt. Dance slippers or half-soles recommended (no athletic shoes) as the floor is tile over concrete. Payment to be made to the instructor, for more information go to www.rivkahsultana.com. 9:45-10:30 AM TUMBLING FOR TOTS (Ages 3-5) M Ongoing 10:45-11:30 AM Tiny Kids Self Defense Get coordinated! Preschoolers will learn basic kicks, escaping techniques and rolling. GI not required. This class helps teach children about stranger awareness. For more information or to register please contact Carol Henry at 817-271-6959. Age: 3-5 Th Ongoing Contract Programs 10:00-10:45 AM 9:00-9:45 AM 5:30-6:00 PM Tae Kwon Do After stretching and conditioning, students will learn kicking, punching, basic falls and discipline. Students should wear Tae Kwon Do Gi or sweats. The classes are paid for monthly by the first of each month. For more information or to register please contact Carol Henry at 817-271-6959. Age: 6+ Th Ongoing 6:00-7:00 PM SPECIAL EVENTS Valentine’s Workshop In this fun and creative workshop we’ll celebrate the joy of Valentine’s day by making valentines and crafts. Some to keep and some to share! Age: 3-5 ........................................... $12 / 1 Class W Feb 12 9:30-11:30 AM 151420 The Easter Bunny’s Workshop Step inside the Easter Bunny’s Workshop with us! We’ll decorate eggs. create some magical crafts and of course go on an egg hunt! Age: 3-5 ........................................... $12 / 1 Class W Apr 16 9:30-11:30 AM 151481 Age: 14+ ....................................... $72 / 6 Classes Sa Jan 11-Feb 15 11:30 AM-12:30 PM Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 21
  22. 22. ELZIE ODOM 817-459-6434 NORTH ARLINGTON 1601 NE Green Oaks Blvd. Arlington, TX 76006 athletic center SPRING BREAK SPORTS CAMp The program is designed to be the perfect blend of sports, recreational games, and camaraderie, with campers ages 5-13 participating in a multitude of exciting, funfilled games. Campers will follow an exciting daily rotation, which will include a variety of sports and games. Afternoon snack will be provided. Ages: 5-13 ........................................ $115 / Week M-F Mar 10-14 7:00 AM- 6:30 PM 151235 BOOT CAMP GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING Our personal training program can help you elevate your fitness routine in a fun and energetic group setting, with coaching from one of our certified trainers. Participants will receive nutritional guidelines and pre/post assessments to track individual progress. Ages: 14+ ................................... $120 / 8 Classes T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-27 T, Th Mar 4-27 T, Th Apr 1-24 T, Th May 6-29 5:15-6:15 PM 5:15-6:15 PM 5:15-6:15 PM 5:15-6:15 PM 5:15-6:15 PM 151266 151267 151268 151269 151270 A fun way to incorporate your exercise routine and build strength and stamina at the same time. This camp is geared for beginners and fitness enthusiasts. Participants will receive nutritional guidelines and pre/post assessments to track individual progress. Gymnastics Ages: 14+ ................................... $85 / 16 Classes Age: 5-12 .......................................... $32 / Month T, Th Jan 7-Feb 27 6:30-7:30 PM T, Th Mar 4-Apr 24 6:30-7:30 PM T, Th Apr 29-May 22 6:30-7:30 PM 22 151257 151258 151259 Gymnastics is a great class for developing balance, coordination, flexibility, muscular endurance and strength. This is a beginning class where participants will learn basic gymnastic skills. M Jan 6-27 M Feb 3-24 M Mar 3-31 M Apr 7-28 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 151253 151254 151255 151256 Elzie Odom Athletic Center TAE KWON DO - INTRO After stretching and conditioning, students will learn kicking, punching, basic falls and discipline. Wear karate Gi or sweats. Ages: 6+ ........................................... $37 / Month M Jan 6-27 M Feb 3-24 M Mar 3-31 M Apr 7-28 M May 5-19 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 151242 151243 151244 151245 151246 TAE KWON DO - ADVANCED This class is for yellow belt and above. Students will continue to grow from the beginner’s class. Wear karate Gi or sweats. Ages: 6+ ........................................... $37 / Month M Jan 6-27 M Feb 3-24 M Mar 3-31 M Apr 7-28 M May 5-19 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 151237 151238 151239 151240 151241
  23. 23. tents & tales CAMPOUT RIVER LEGACY PARKS • MARCH 21 Join us for a night under the stars as we camp out at River Legacy Parks. Pack your tents and sleeping bags and set out for a night in the wilderness, right here in the city! The campout includes dinner, movie under the stars, sleeping bag story time, s’mores and a good old fashion campfire sing-a-long! Register now by calling 817-459-6434 or at NaturallyFun.org. Barcode: 150504 event schedule FRIDAY 4:00-6:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 6:30-7:00 PM 7:00-7:30 PM 7:00-8:00 PM 8:00-9:00 PM 9:00-11:00 PM 11:00 PM SATURDAY 7:00 AM Check-In and Tent Set-Up Hot Dog Dinner Story Time Animal Exploration Crafts Campfire & S’mores Movie (Despicable Me 2) Tent Time Pack Up and Head Home TENTS AND TALES TENTS & TALES MOVIE FEATURE: Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 23
  24. 24. HUGH SMITH 817-275-1351 EAST ARLINGTON 1815 New York Ave. Arlington, TX 76010 recreation center After School Care We offer three hours of adult supervision for your children. Our staff is ready to help with homework, play games, eat snacks and have loads of fun! Staff will escort your children to Hugh Smith Recreation Center if they attend Rankin or Johns Elementary, and pick-up if they attend Adams Elementary. Drop-off is available. This program will follow the AISD calendar and will not be held on early dismissal days. $5 discount offered for each additional child. For more information, a Parent Handbook will be given at the time of registration. Ages: 5-12 ........................................ $50 / Month M-F Jan 7-31 M-F Feb 3-28 M-F Mar 3-31 M-F Apr 1-30 M-F May 1-30 3:30-6:30 PM 3:30-6:30 PM 3:30-6:30 PM 3:30-6:30 PM 3:30-6:30 PM 151298 151300 151304 151307 151310 Day Off Day CAMp Spend your day off with the staff at HSRC. We will have a day jam-packed with activities such as gym sports, games, arts and crafts, movies and much more. Campers should bring a sack lunch. Your afternoon snack will be provided. Pre-registration required. Age: 5-12 ............................................. $20 / Day M Jan 20 M Feb 17 F Apr 18 8:00 AM- 6:30 PM 8:00 AM- 6:30 PM 8:00 AM- 6:30 PM 151455 151742 151743 Spring Break CAMp Join us for a week of fun in the sun! An afternoon snack is provided. Please bring a sack lunch along each day. Camp prices as low as $70 for qualifying families. Ages: 4-12 ........................................ $115 / Week M-F Mar 10-14 8:00 AM- 6:30 PM 151318 Hugh Smith Recreation Center Guitar Level 1 Learn basic guitar chords, strumming techniques, tuning and care of the guitar. Emphasis is on the guitar as accompaniment and will include simple guitar solos. Bring guitar to class. Age: 8+ ......................................... $35 / 4 Classes F Jan 10-31 Sa Jan 4-25 F Feb 7-28 Sa Feb 1-22 F Mar 7-28 Sa Mar 1-29 F Apr 4-25 Sa Apr 5-26 6:30-7:20 PM 12:15-1:05 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 12:15-1:05 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 12:15-1:05 PM 6:30-7:20 PM 12:15-1:05 PM 151343 151352 151344 151353 152434 152435 151345 151354 Guitar Level 2 A continuation of Guitar 1 skills. Continue to learn guitar chords, strumming techniques, tuning and care of the guitar. Emphasis is on the guitar as accompaniment and will include simple guitar solos. Bring guitar to class. Age: 8+ ......................................... $35 / 4 Classes F Jan 10-31 F Feb 7-28 F Mar 7-28 F Apr 4-25 24 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g 7:30-8:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 7:30-8:20 PM 151348 151349 152436 151350
  25. 25. Keyboarding - Level A This class will be taught using an electric keyboard. Learn beginning skills: notes and their time values, fingering, simple songs, etc. Fee includes piano book. A keyboard or piano for home practice is recommended. Age: 6-15 ...................................... $48 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 151362 151363 151364 151365 151367 This class will be taught using an electric keyboard. Learn beginning skills: notes and their time values, fingering, simple songs, etc. Fee includes piano book. A keyboard or piano for home practice is recommended. Age: 6-15 ...................................... $48 / 4 Classes 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 151368 151369 151370 151371 151372 Basketball Participants will concentrate on the fundamentals while learning passing, shooting, defense/offense drills and rebounding. Classes help children develop teamwork and listening skills. Ages: 4-7....................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 9:10-10:00 AM 151703 151704 151705 151706 151707 Ages: 8-12..................................... $32 / 4 Classes Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 151708 151709 151710 151711 151712 Age: 18 Months-3 ......................... $32 / 4 Classes T Mar 4-25 T Apr 8-29 T May 6-27 5:00-5:45 PM 5:00-5:45 PM 5:00-5:45 PM Gymnastics is a great class for developing balance, coordination, flexibility, muscular endurance and strength. This is a beginning class where participants will learn basic gymnastic skills. Age: 6-12 ...................................... $32 / 4 Classes 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 10:10-11:00 AM 151744 151745 151746 Age: 3-5 ....................................... $32 / 4 Classes W Jan 8-29 W Feb 5-26 W Mar 5-26 W Apr 2-23 W May 7-28 10:00-10:45 AM 10:00-10:45 AM 10:00-10:45 AM 10:00-10:45 AM 10:00-10:45 AM 151731 151732 151733 151734 151735 151736 151737 151738 151739 151740 Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers We have partnered with Jo-Ann’s Little Dancers to offer a variety of great programs for your child. For more information, or to register, please contact Jo-Ann Ingram at 817-996-0286 or joannslittledancers.com. BALLET & TAP (Ages: 3-5) F Ongoing Sa Ongoing 6:00-6:45 PM 9:45-10:30 AM BALLET & TAP (Ages: 6-12) F Ongoing Sa Ongoing 7:30-8:15 PM 10:30-11:15 AM HIP HOP JAZZ (Ages 3-5) F Ongoing Sa Ongoing 7:30-8:15 PM 11:15 AM-12:00 PM En guarde! Learn the new and exciting sport of Olympic Fencing. Students will be provided with equipment and the basic skills to become and modern day musketeer! For more information and to register contact Janos Gasparin at 817-789-0823 or email jgasparin3@gmail.com. Ages: 8+ Sa Ongoing Tae Kwon Do Intro After stretching and conditioning, students will learn kicking, punching, basic falls and discipline. Students should wear karate Gi or sweats. Age: 5-8 ....................................... $35 / 4 Classes W Jan 8-29 W Feb 5-26 W Mar 5-26 W Apr 9-30 W May 7-28 6:10-7:00 PM 6:10-7:00 PM 6:10-7:00 PM 6:10-7:00 PM 6:10-7:00 PM 151328 151329 151330 151331 151332 Age: 9-12 ...................................... $35 / 4 Classes This is a great class for parents who are looking to familiarize their children with sports. Your child will be introduced to the basics of four sports. Children will develop coordination, teamwork, sharing and listening skills. This is not a parent participation class. Fencing Gymnastics Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 Bring your toddler to this fast movin’, music playin’, toe tappin’ class. We will involve colors, bubbles, musical instruments and upbeat music that will get everyone movin’ and groovin’. Parents must attend and participate throughout the program. Sports Explorers Keyboarding - Level B Sa Jan 4-25 Sa Feb 1-22 Sa Mar 1-29 Sa Apr 5-26 Sa May 3-24 Shake, Rattle & Grow 1:00-3:00 PM W Jan 8-29 W Feb 5-26 W Mar 5-26 W Apr 9-30 W May 7-28 7:10-8:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 151323 151324 151325 151326 151327 Tae Kwon Do club Students will start with the basics and learn more advanced techniques. Tae Kwon Do Club gives students the opportunity to advance in belt colors and test out as a Black Belt. Tae Kwon Do Club also teaches students, discipline, respect and confidence. Students should wear karate Gi or sweats. Age: 6+ ......................................... $45 / 8 Classes M, F Jan 3-31 M, F Jan 3-31 M, F Feb 3-28 M, F Feb 3-28 M, F Mar 3-28 M, F Mar 3-28 M, F Apr 4-28 M, F Apr 4-28 M, F May 2-30 M, F May 2-30 6:00-7:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM 7:10-8:00 PM 151333 151337 151334 151338 151335 151339 151336 151340 151341 151342 SPECIAL EVENTS Easter Funanza Come and join us as we celebrate Easter with games, activities and an egg hunt. Special appearance by the Easter Bunny. Parents should stay to help with the fun and bring a camera. Age: 18 Months+ .............................. $5 / 1 Event Sa Apr 19 9:00-11:30 AM 151730 Valentine Tots Party Join us for a fun morning of music, decorating cookies and story time. Parents should stay to help with the fun and bring a camera. Age: 18 Months+ .............................. $5 / 1 Event Sa Feb 8 9:00-11:00 AM 151729 HIP HOP DANCE CLASS Come have a great time learning the latest and hottest dance steps Age: 8-17 ...................................... $35 / 4 Classes T Jan 7-28 T Feb 4-25 T Mar 4-Apr 1 T Apr 8-29 T May 6-Jun 2 5:00-5:50 PM 5:00-5:50 PM 5:00-5:50 PM 5:00-5:50 PM 5:00-5:50 PM 152383 152379 152380 152381 152382 Master LindA Shrider TAE KWON DO INSTRUCTOR Hugh Smith Recreation Center Turn to pg. 27 for an interview with Linda, who started at Hugh Smith as an assistant instructor in 1985. Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 25
  26. 26. TaeKwonDo HUGH SMITH RECREATION CENTER For class information and schedule, please see pg. 25. 26 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  27. 27. INSTRUCTOR Q&A Master LindA Shrider TAE KWON DO INSTRUCTOR Hugh Smith Recreation Center What made you go into martial arts? I’ve always been involved in some type of physical activity. As a former dancer, I loved the beauty of the art and was after fitness, as well as self defense. Outside influences were also persuading, as well as Bruce Lee. I started with Martial Arts enrolling in a two-week self defense program in a school not far from home. I’d always hang around after the class and watch the beginners class. I was hooked. I only wanted to get my first color belt. Several belts later and 6th degree black belt, I’m still kicking. Why did you choose Hugh Smith to start a program? I started as an assistant instructor in 1985. I taught introductory classes, then took on a class program in 1991. Everything just seemed to fall into place. What keeps you here? My students keep me here! They’re my number one priority, then of course the staff here at Hugh Smith. What are your favorite parts of the job? Teaching the students. We’re actually pretty family oriented. Three of my adult assistant black belts started with their sons and/ or daughters. I love the camaraderie of the students. Their willingness to work with each other and accept each other without question. Will the martial arts really teach my child discipline? Martial arts is about discipline Our tenets of TaeKwonDo are courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control and indomitable spirit. We also teach respect for the student as a person, as well as respect for others. With this, discipline will fall into place. What will my child learn? Awareness of situations, self discipline, self respect, as well as self control. What is the right age to start? Depends on the maturity of the student. Some students do well at 5, others might take longer. That’s why we have introductory classes, so each child receives a positive experience! Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 27
  28. 28. YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES REGISTER TODAY AT ARLINGTONSPORTS.NET SPRING 2014 SpORT Ages Fee Registration Season Begins Outdoor Soccer 3-12 $75 February 1 – 28 March 29 T-Ball 3-6 $75 February 1 – 28 March 29 Coach Pitch 7-8 $75 February 1 – 28 March 29 Kid Pitch – Instructional 9-10 $85 February 1 – 28 March 29 Volleyball 9-14 $75 February 3 – March 7 April 5 SpORT Ages Fee Registration Season Begins T-Ball 3-6 $75 April 1 - 30 June 7 Coach Pitch 7-8 $75 April 1 - 30 June 7 Kid Pitch – Instructional 9-10 $85 April 1 - 30 June 7 Basketball: Co-Rec 3-12 $75 April 1 - 30 June 14 Cheer Squad 6-12 $90 April 1 - 30 June 14 Indoor Soccer 3-12 $75 April 1 - 30 June 14 SUMMER 2014 YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUE INFORMATION • All Youth Leagues include an eight-game season, league jersey (cap with baseball program), individual participant awards and sports officials. • Teams will have a volunteer coach. If you are interested in coaching indicate this during the online registration process or call us at 817-459-6434. • Teams are formed by special request such as coaches or other participants. • Once a team is full, any other special requests will be placed on other teams in the league. • Practices will be determined by the volunteer coach/parents. • All youth sports leagues are Co-ed. 28 • Registrations without special request are placed on teams by zip codes and schools. City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g • We try to honor special requests when forming teams, but there are times we are unable to fulfill all requests. • Refunds are not issued unless the department cancels the league. • For more information on all of our available Youth Leagues, please call 817-459-6434 or 817-459-5463.
  29. 29. ADULT SPORTS LEAGUES BASKETBALL The City of Arlington offers adult basketball during the winter, spring, summer and fall seasons. The eight-game leagues are played at Elzie Odom Athletic Center in north Arlington or at Meadowbrook Park Center in central Arlington. League play includes Men’s Competitive and Men’s Recreational divisions. FLAG FOOTBALL The City of Arlington’s Men’s Adult Flag Football leagues are offered during the spring, winter and fall seasons. Games are played at Harold Patterson Sports Center in south Arlington on Sunday afternoons. INLINE HOCKEY Adult Inline Hockey Leagues for men ages 18 and up. Each season consists of eight games plus playoffs. All teams must provide their own uniforms and game equipment (H.E.C.C. Certified Helmet, Hockey Gloves, Skates and Shin Pads). Leagues will follow the rules and regulations set by the City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department and USA Hockey. KICKBALL The City of Arlington offers Coed Adult Kickball during spring, summer, fall, and winter sessions. The six-game leagues are played at Harold Patterson Sports Center and Randol Mill Park on Monday, Tuesday and Friday nights. SOFTBALL Harold Patterson Sports Center • ASA League Located in south Arlington off I-20 and Bardin Road. Leagues are offered in the winter, spring, summer and fall each year. Leagues consist of eight games per season. Randol Mill Park • USSSA Leagues Located in north Arlington off I-30 and Randol Mill Road. Leagues are offered in the winter, spring, summer and fall each year. Leagues consist of eight games per season. VOLLEYBALL Adult volleyball offers women’s and coed leagues. Women’s leagues are offered on Monday and Friday, and Coed leagues on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday nights. Leagues are offered during the winter, spring, summer and fall seasons. A Coed Rookie league is held on Tuesday nights. For more information on any of our adult sports leagues, contact us at 817-459-5463. Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 29
  30. 30. BY TIM BAGGETT Feature Athletic Sports Manager Arlington Parks and Recreation YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD TO PLAY. G eorge Bernard Shaw once wrote, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” There is no quote which directly speaks to adult athletics than Mr. Shaw’s statement. Many of us, at a certain age, “hang up the cleats or sneakers” when we feel overwhelmed by youthful participants. In actuality we need to simply adjust the way play. Fly balls that we once got to now drop for a single. Balls that once rattled the fence now barely hit the grass. Driving the lane in basketball is now a three point set shot when no one guards you. The art of bowing out gracefully is a figment of the imagination. It usually hits you right square in the hamstring. One minute you walk onto the field of play ready to go then bam you there 45 minutes ahead to start stretching. One minute you’re playing back to back basketball games for three hours and the next minute it is three hours after one game before you can leave the gym. For every man or woman there comes that time in sports when the wind on the lake starts blowing the other way. It does not mean that the boat is not sea worthy it just means that it might be time to crank up the outboard. Point is, you don’t stop getting in the lake; you keep doing what you love to do. 30 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g Being involved in athletics is a lifelong pursuit. Remaining athletic takes on new stances for remaining active. Through the years I have seen players who grew old in age but continued to play with some modifications in how they play. Enjoying the game becomes much more prevalent than being overly successful at the game. Some of the best teams we play host to are those that have more silver in their hair and hair left in their cap than younger, hairier players. Some athletic events have been modified to allow for continued play for the age challenged athlete. Tennis has been adapted to include pickle ball, softball has special playing rules including adding extra outfielders and extra base runners. Even Zumba offers Zumba Gold for those in their golden years. Instead of heading for the checker table keep heading to the locker room. Remember you don’t stop playing cause you got old, you got old cause you stopped playing. Don’t be the first to get old.
  31. 31. “ Remember you don’t stop playing because you got old, you got old because you stopped playing. Don’t be the first to get old.” TIM BAGGETT Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 31
  32. 32. EUNICE activity center Located less than two miles from AT&T Stadium and the Arlington Entertainment District, the Eunice Activity Center was renovated in 2001, adding an additional 3,400 square feet of meeting and gathering space. The center is open weekdays, beginning at 8:30 AM on Mon-Thur and 11:00 AM on Fri. A full slate of recurring activities are planned throughout the week, including exercise classes, arts and crafts and informational sessions. See the activities calendar on the opposite page for a complete listing of weekly events. For additional information on special events, trips and group outings, please call 817-277-8091. 32 1000 Eunice St. Arlington, TX 76010 Monday.............................................................8:30 AM-8:00 PM Tuesday-Wednesday .......................................8:30 AM-5:00 PM Thursday...........................................................8:30 AM-7:00 PM Friday ...........................................................11:00 AM-10:00 PM Saturday-Sunday ......................................................... CLOSED The Eunice Activity Center is located just down the road from Meadowbrook Park, Arlington’s first city park. Consisting of 52 acres, the park opened in 1924 and features picnic grounds, the nine-hole Meadowbrook Park Golf Course, horseshoe pits, a Monarch butterfly waystation, basketball courts and much more. Rooms at the Eunice Activity Center may be rented seven days a week during business hours when no center activities are scheduled, and after business hours. The facility includes a 3,000 square foot ballroom, a variety of multi-purpose meeting rooms and a full service kitchen with stove, City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g 817-277-8091 refrigerator, oven and microwave. For more rental information, call the center at 817-2778091. FITNESS PLUS PROGRAM Eunice Activity Center is also a participating facility in the Fitness Plus program. Fitness Plus is a dynamic program that enables a member to participate in as many fitness programs as they desire for an all-inclusive set fee of $30 per month. The fee includes the weight room. Also, it is good at all recreation and athletics centers in the City of Arlington. For more information, please see pg. 13 or call 817-277-8091.
  33. 33. EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER 1000 Eunice St. Arlington, TX 76010 • 817-277-8091 TIME MON TUE WED THU 8:30 AM *Yoga Chair Yoga (8:45 AM) *Yoga Chair Yoga (8:45 AM) 9:00 AM Craft Club *WET Club Wii Game Day *Exercise *Exercise 9:45 AM *Exercise 10:00 AM NARFE Mtg. (3rd Mon) Intermediate Line Dancing 10:30 AM *Weight Room Class *Weight Room Class 10:45 AM Zumba Gold FRI Zumba Gold *Pilates 11:00 AM Men’s Club Mtg. (2nd Wed) *Pilates Senior Men’s Golf (call for schedule) Intermediate Line Dancing 12:30 PM Ukulele Band 1:00 PM *Watercolor Bridge Adv/Comp Bridge Adv/Comp *Oil Painting Bridge Adv/Comp 1:30 PM *Intro to PC *Line Dance *Intro to PC Retired Teacher Assoc. (3rd Tue) 2:00 PM 3:15 PM *Internet 101 Bridge Adv/Comp Defensive Driving (1st Fri • 1-5 PM) Bingo Bash (4th Fri) *Wii Game Day *Internet 101 Senior Advisory Board (2nd Wed) 3:30 PM 4:00 PM Game Night 5:00 PM Merry Rounders 7:00 PM TOPS: Take off pounds sensibly* Game Night Texas Hold’em (3rd & 4th Th) Friday Night Dance ADDITIONAL FITNESS CLASSES AVAILABLE. Check out pg. 14-15 for fitness calenders at our other Arlington recreation centers! ZUMBA GOLD IS NOW AT EUNICE! Mon & Wed • 10:45-11:30 AM • $20 Per Month Zumba is a fusion of Latin/International music and dance themes such as salsa, tango, belly dancing and much more. Fitness has never been so much fun! A facility card is required. SPRING COOKOUT & OPEN HOUSE Apr. 16 • 11:30 AM-1:30 PM • FREE Waterford Senior Living invites you to join us for a lunch and learn cookout. They’ll be serving a full meal with all the trimmings. We will have demonstrations of lots of our activities and programs, and there just might be some discounts just for you! Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 33
  34. 34. senior rec center NEW YORK A full slate of recurring activities are planned throughout the week at the Senior Recreation Center New York, including exercise classes, arts and crafts and informational sessions. See the activities calendar on the opposite page for a complete listing of weekly events. For additional information on special events, trips and group outings, please call 817-4605009. The SRCNY has spaces to rent which are ideal for all types of events – including organization meetings, church services, sporting events and special occasions. Space is available to rent seven days a week depending upon availability. 34 2015 Craig Hanking Dr. Arlington, TX 76010 Monday-Friday.................................8:30 AM-6:00 PM Saturday-Sunday .......................................... CLOSED Rental availability is open to both City of Arlington residents and non-residents. Compare our rates to other event venues and you’ll see the value in hosting your next event with us! Our 2,400 square foot multi-purpose Main Hall is ideal for weddings, family reunions and other private events. The windows of the room provide unique ambient lighting during daytime hours. The seating capacity of this room is 185 with tables, and slightly less if a dance floor is desired. The Main Hall can be divided in three sections. Single Sections of the Hall may be rented during operating hours. City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g 817-460-5009 For non-operating hours, at least two sections must be rented. The full-service kitchen is equipped with cooking devices as well as refrigeration and freezers. A 295-sq-ft Central Activity Room is the perfect setting for smaller gatherings or can serve as an additional reception area for larger Main Hall events.
  35. 35. SENIOR RECREATION CENTER NEW YORK 2015 Craig Hanking Dr. Arlington, TX 76010 • 817-460-5009 TIME MON 8:00 AM Fitness Walking Fitness Walking Fitness Walking 8:45 AM *Strength Training *Strength Training *Strength Training 9:45 AM *Tai Chi 10:00 AM Parkinson’s Support Rummikub (2nd Mon) Table/Card Games 10:30 AM 11:30 AM TUE THU FRI *Tai Chi Table/Card Games Table/Card Games Stich & Beads Parkinson’s Support &Exercise Table/Card Games Lunch $2 Donation Lunch $2 Donation Super Bingo (3rd and 5th Fri) Table/Card Games Joyful Singing Lunch $2 Donation Lunch $2 Donation Lunch $2 Donation Food Pantry (2nd Fri) Ice Cream Social (4th Wed) 12:30 PM 1:00 PM WED *Cardio Fitness *Cardio Fitness Afternoon Tea (2nd Wed) 2:00 PM 3:00 PM Afternoon Bingo (1st Tue) 4:00 PM Pot Luck Bingo (4th Tue) ADDITIONAL FITNESS CLASSES AVAILABLE. Check out pg. 14-15 for fitness calenders at our other Arlington recreation centers! UPCOMING EVENTS: SPRING FLING BBQ & BINGO Mar. 20 • 4:00-5:30 PM • FREE • 151113 Come join us as we welcome the spring weather. We’ll grill some hotdogs with all the trimmings and play bingo! Please bring a prize for the table. CRAFTS BY ARTREACH Feb. 12 • 10:00-11:00 AM • FREE • 151749 Apr. 9 • 10:00-11:00 AM • FREE • 151750 Join us as we create a unique craft from an experienced craft instructor. Supplies will be furnished by ArtReach. Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 35
  36. 36. Bone Density ScreeningS STROKE AND Cholesterol InFormation SPINAL ScreeningS YOGA AND PILATES DEMONSTRATIONS Make 2014 the year you focus on health and well-being. This free event is open to all ages and offers a variety of health screenings and wellness demonstrations. Beauty Demonstrations Blood Pressure CheckS BALANCE TESTS AND MUCH MORE! PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE 12TH ANNUAL HEALTH & WELLNESS EXPO FRIDAY, APRIL 25 • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER — 1000 EUNICE ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76010 36 Interested in having your group or business be a part of the Health & Wellness Expo? For more • N a t u r a l l on n . o r g City of Arlington Parks and Recreation information y F uthe expo and to reserve a booth call 817-277-8091.
  37. 37. DAYTRIPS Check out these great spring day trips organized by the Eunice Activity Center and Senior Center New York! GENERAL MOTORS TOUR Feb. 18 • 9:00 AM–2:00 PM • $12.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Come and see how the SUV of today is made. And, we just might get a glimpse into the future of the SUV. Lunch will be on your own at a local restaurant. DALLAS BLOOMS White Christmas Musical (Fair Park) Dec. 21 • 11:00 AM • $76.00 • SRCNY Based on the 1954 movie starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas tells the story of two showbiz buddies putting on a show in a picturesque Vermont inn, and finding their perfect mates in the bargain. Full of dancing, romance, laughter and some of the greatest songs ever written, including “Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep,” “Happy Holiday,” “Sisters,” “Blue Skies,” and the unforgettable title song, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas promises to be a merry and bright experience for the entire family! CHOCTAW CASINO Jan. 23 • 8:00 AM-8:00 PM • $12.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER March 20 • 8:00 AM-8:00 PM • $12.00 • SRCNY May 22 • 8:00 AM-8:00 PM • $12.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Fort Worth Museum Of Science & Cow Girl Museum Jan. 23 • 9:00 AM–3:30 PM • $22.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER This trip is where science meets imagination; The trip includes all exhibits, The National Cowgirls Museum, and a one hour IMAX film, and transportation. Lunch is on your own at a local restaurant. Fort Worth STOCK SHOW & RODEO Jan. 31 • 12:30–6:00 PM • $31.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Experience over 1,200 professional rodeo athletes battling for their chance at becoming a Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo legend. Watch the spectacle of the time-honored grand entry serpentine ride, which kicks off each PRCA performance and hear the sounds of the 21-member live orchestra. These and many other features make a trip to the Fort Worth Rodeo one to remember! Jubilee Theatre - THE MOUNTAINTOP Feb. 2 • 1:30–7:00 PM • $24.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER The Mountaintop is a vivid and bold re-imagining of the last night in the historic life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Set in the now infamous Lorraine Motel. Dinner will be on your own at a local restaurant. GHOST Musical (Fair Park) Feb. 6 • 11:00 AM • $56.00 • SRCNY Relive the iconic and magical moments from the Oscar-winning movie Ghost in a brand-new Broadway musical. Ghost the Musical breathes glorious new life into a timeless love story. The musical features an original pop score from multiple Grammy Award-winners Dave Stewart, one half of the 80s pop duo the Eurythmics, and Glen Ballard, co-writer with Alanis Morissette on the multi-platinum album Jagged Little Pill, among many other notable credits and collaborations. The musical’s tale of everlasting love is thrilling entertainment for audiences of all ages. Mar. 13 • 9:00 AM–3:00 PM • $22.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Discover the Dallas’s greatest resource! The Dallas Arboretum features 60 sprawling landscaped acres of towering trees, fragrant gardens and lush lawns. Bring your camera to preserve the breath taking sights. Lunch is on your own at a local restaurant. TEXAS RANGERS MUSEUM Mar. 25 • 8:00 AM–4:00 PM • $25.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER We will travel to Waco, Texas, to visit the world famous Texas Rangers & Sports Hall Of Fame Museums. See how the Texas Rangers started and how they contributed to the development of Texas. Then we will progress to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Did you know that there are so many sports icons from Texas that they had to create a museum to hold them all? How many can you name? Lunch will be on your own at a local restaurant. Alley Cats Putt-Putt Mar. 27 • 9:00 AM–3:00 PM • $18.00 • SRCNY Everyone is welcome to join us for a day filled with fun playing puttputt and a game of bowling! Fee includes a hot dog or pizza lunch. FORT Worth Arts Festival Apr. 11 • 10:00 AM–4:00 PM • $12.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER The Fort Worth Arts Festival hosts tens of thousands people annually during the four-day visual arts, entertainment and culture event. The arts festival showcases a nationally recognized fine arts, and fine crafts juried arts fair, savory food, live concerts, performance artists and street performers on the streets of downtown Fort Worth. RANGERS BASEBALL GAME Apr. 15 • 1:30–7:00 PM • $12.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Our Texas Rangers will play the Seattle Mariners. Sign up early to guarantee yourself a seat. Play Ball! GRANBURY SQUARE Apr. 17 • 9:00 AM–4:00 PM • $15.00 • SRCNY Join us for an afternoon in the little town of Granbury. We will visit historic sites, shop in the Granbury Square and lunch will be on your own at Babe’s restaurant. RANGERS BASEBALL GAME TBD • $12.00 • SRCNY Join us as we cheer on the Texas Rangers as they play the Oakland Athletics. Please call 817-460-5009 for date and time. Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 37
  38. 38. Lake Texoma Fishing Trip Apr. 21-22 • 7:30 AM–5:00 PM • $55.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Enjoy the outdoors life with a city flair. This overnight trip will provide plenty of fresh air, camping, boating, fishing, picnicking, walking/ hiking trails, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, tennis courts, and a golf driving range. Or if you like, you can just kick up your heels and relax. The cabins are completely furnished (including: air/heat, color TV, VCR, full bath, bed linens, and a fully equipped kitchen). Dinner on April 21st will be provided. All other meals will be on your own at a local restaurant. BUSH LIBRARY TOUR May 8 • 9:00 AM–3:00 PM • $25.00 • SRCNY Come join us for a trip to the President Bush Library. We’ll see lots of history, documents, personal items and many gifts given to him during his eight years in office. Jubilee Theatre- MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM May 14 • 1:30–7:00 PM • $24.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER Set in a Chicago recording studio in 1927, a group of musicians anxiously await the arrival of legendary blues singer Ma Rainey, who is known for her music and her attitude. Lunch will be on your own at a local restaurant. Vineyards & Wine Tasting Trip May 21 • 11:00 AM–5:00 PM • $22.00 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER The winery sits on 10-acres of vineyards. Wine tasting room, gift shop, barrel room and bottling rooms will be shown during the tour. You can taste up to 6 different wines. Don’t worry, the center will provide the designated driver. Lunch will be on your own in Grapevine, TX. LOG CABIN VILLAGE May 22 • 9:00 AM–3:00 PM • $16.50 • SRCNY Experience the sights, sounds and smells of 19th century Texas! Nestled on three acres in historic Forest Park, Log Cabin Village consists of nine historic structures dating back to the mid1800s. History comes to life through the authentic log homes and artifacts, blacksmith shop, one-room schoolhouse, smokehouse, water powered gristmill and herb garden. Interact with historical interpreters as they demonstrate various frontier chores like candle making, spinning, weaving, and more! EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS DEMENTIA EDUCATION Jan. 22 • SRCNY • 10:00 AM • FREE Reduce all of your questions about dementia and how it could affect you or a loved one by attending this educational class. Professionals will be handing out information and share the 10 early signs and symptoms of dementia as well as answering your questions. ELDER LAW AND YOU Feb. 14 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER • 2:00–3:30 PM • FREE Katten & Benson is the premier elder law firm in the metroplex. If you have concerns about Elder Law, Elder Care, Guardianship, Medicaid Planning, Long Term Care, Estate Planning, Trusts and Estates, Probate or Wills, this is a must make seminar. This is your chance to get the right information from a lawyer and it’s free. A facility card is required. HOME & PERSONAL SAFETY Mar. 20 • EUNICE ACTIVITY CENTER • 10:00–11:30 AM • FREE Presented by the Arlington Police Department. Come and learn how to make yourself and your home as safe as possible. A facility card is required. HEALTHY DIGESTION Mar. 26 • SRCNY • 10:00 AM • FREE When we talk about the digestive system, we should start with the brain because even before the food comes into the mouth, we’re thinking about it - we’re planning on what we want to eat. Professional staff will explain all about a healthy digestive lifestyle. Additional Day Trips available with Cliff Nelson Recreation Center! Turn to pg. 18 for details. RED HAT SOCIETY We believe silliness provides comedy relief for life and we share a bond of affection forged by common life experiences. Our official chapter name “The Arlington Day Dreamers” enjoy monthly outings or social events around the metroplex. Trip Angelo’s Patty’s Pantry Gilligan’s Azalea Trails - Tyler, TX Edelweiss German Restaurant 38 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g Fee Date $12.00 Jan 15 $12.00 Feb 19 $12.00 Mar 19 $20.00 Apr 16 $12.00 May 21 Time Location 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:30 AM EUNICE EUNICE EUNICE EUNICE EUNICE
  39. 39. DESTINATION TRAVEL NEW ORLEANS April 28-May 2, 2014 • $495 Experience New Orleans, Louisiana! From the Creole cooking, to streetcars and the French Quarter, there is something for everyone. The trip includes: five days & four nights transportation, four nights’ hotel, eight meals, guided tour of New Orleans, LA., River Boat Cruise, Louisiana Plantation Tour, and much more…. For additional trip details, please contact the Eunice Activity Center at 817-277-8091. BRANSON June 27-July 1, 2014 • $499 (Double Occupancy) Photo Credit: EXPLOREBRANSON.COM This will be a motor coach trip with 4 nights of lodging, 8 meals and admission to 7 fabulous Branson shows including the musical, “Moses” at the Sight and Sound Auditorium. For reservations and additional trip details, please contact Pam Mitchell at 817-459-5464 or by email: pam.mitchell@ arlingtontx.gov. NEW YORK CITY April 10-14, 2014 • $2,249 (Double Occupancy) Join us on a five day, four night tour of New York City that includes two Broadway shows and trips to Greenwich Village, Wall Street, Ground Zero, Metropolitan Museum of Art and a New York Harbor cruise! Trip includes round-trip airfare from DFW International Airport, air taxes, fees and surcharges, hotel accommodations at the Sheraton Hotel and five meals (three breakfasts and two dinners). For reservations and additional trip details, please contact Pam Mitchell at 817-459-5464 or by email: pam.mitchell@ arlingtontx.gov. Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 39
  40. 40. ARLINGTON TENNIS CENTER 500 W. MAYFIELD Rd. ARLINGTON, TX 76014 40 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  41. 41. ARLINGTON TENNIS CENTER is an award-winning public tennis facility with 26 outdoor, lighted courts. ATC offers classes, drills and leagues for players of all ages and abilities, from beginner to advanced levels. The facility and staff host frequent special events, including USTA Texas sanctioned tournaments, a National Open Championship, a USTA National Junior Team Tournament and several non-sanctioned tournaments. ATC also serves as the host site for over 40 other tournaments and events each year. HOURS Monday-Thursday................................................ 8:00 AM-9:30 PM Friday ................................................................... 8:00 AM-8:00 PM Saturday .............................................................. 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Sunday ............................................................... 12:00 PM-8:00 PM (hours may be adjusted during special events and during holidays) FEATURES • 26 outdoor, lighted tennis courts, including six 10 and Under junior courts • Fully stocked pro shop with the latest in tennis equipment, apparel and dozens of unique tennis-themed gifts • Complete locker room facilities with showers • Concession area offering snacks and drinks • Free Wi-Fi sERVICES Pro Shop Featuring the latest in racquets, strings, grips and accessories, including bags and other on-court needs. ATC’s pro shop also has select tennis apparel, shoes and dozens of unique tennis-themed novelties, jewelry and gifts that are perfect for new or experienced players of all ages. Racquet Stringing FIND US arlingtontennis.net 817-459-6163 Arlington Tennis Center 500 W. Mayfield Rd., 76014 REGISTRATION Class and league registrations must be made at least three days in advance of the starting date to avoid a $5 late fee. Registrations can be made online at NaturallyFun.org, over the phone or in person by visiting the Arlington Tennis Center. Private instruction is also available. Bring a group of four or more players and we will customize a class just for you! For additional information, call the Arlington Tennis Center at 817-459-6163, visit NaturallyFun.org or email us at atc@arlingtontx.gov. UPCOMING EVENTS Jan 28: Lamar HS Jr Varsity Tournament Feb 14: Martin HS Varsity Tournament Mar TBD: ATC Junior Mid Cities Circuit Tournament Mar 18: Martin HS Varsity Tournament Mar 21: Lamar HS Varsity Tournament Mar 22-23: MCB Little Mo Sectional Junior Tournament Two-day service on racquet stringing and state-of-the-art equipment are just two of the benefits to using the Arlington Tennis Center’s racquet stringing service. Mar 28-29: Dallas Baptist University Tournament Demo Racquets Apr 22: Jr Varsity HS District Tournament Our “try it before you buy it” demo program allows you to try out racquets on site. Ball Machine Ball Machine rentals available for single use or with annual pass memberships. Apr 2-3: Varsity HS District Tournament Apr 10-13: ATC USTA Texas Senior/Super Senior Major Zone Tourney May 3: ATC Annual Block Party May 17: Junior HS District Tournament May 24-26: MCB Little Mo Regional Junior Tournament Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 41
  42. 42. Junior 10 & Under 10 & Under tennis classes are designed to introduce younger players to the fundamentals of tennis in a fun and games format, with courts, nets and equipment scaled to fit the age of the players. Receive $5 off a beginner prestrung tennis racquet with your first class registration! NOTE: No classes will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9 & March 11-15). Ages: 4-6 Day Dates Time Sa Jan 11-Feb 1 Sa Feb 8-Mar 8 Sa Mar 22-Apr 19 Sa Apr 26-May 24 8:30-9:30 AM 8:30-9:30 AM 8:30-9:30 AM 8:30-9:30 AM T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-Mar 6 T, Th Mar 18-Apr 17 T, Th Apr 22-May 22 4:45-5:30 PM 4:45-5:30 PM 4:45-5:30 PM 4:45-5:30 PM Code 152071 152072 152073 152074 Cost $24 $30 $30 $30 Classes 4 5 5 5 152075 152076 152077 152078 $36 $45 $45 $45 8 10 10 10 Code Cost Classes Ages: 7-8 Day Dates Time Sa Jan 11-Feb 1 Sa Feb 8-Mar 8 Sa Mar 22-Apr 19 Sa Apr 26-May 24 9:30-10:30 AM 9:30-10:30 AM 9:30-10:30 AM 9:30-10:30 AM T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-Mar 6 T, Th Mar 18-Apr 17 T, Th Apr 22-May 22 5:30-6:30 PM 5:30-6:30 PM 5:30-6:30 PM 5:30-6:30 PM 152079 152080 152081 152082 152087 152088 152089 152090 $24 $30 $30 $30 $48 $60 $60 $60 4 5 5 5 8 10 10 10 Level I-III classes for juniors aged 11-17 are designed to introduce, refine and build on the fundamentals of tennis in a fun and games format. Students are divided into age and ability levels. Classes meet once per week. Receive $5 off a beginner prestrung tennis racquet with your first class registration! NOTE: No classes will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9 & March 11-15). Ages: 11-17 Day Dates Time Sa Jan 11-Feb 1 Sa Feb 8-Mar 8 Sa Mar 22-Apr 19 Sa Apr 26-May 24 8:30-10:00 AM 8:30-10:00 AM 8:30-10:00 AM 8:30-10:00 AM M, W Jan 6-29 M, W Feb 3-Mar 5 M, W Mar 17-Apr 16 M, W Apr 21-May 21 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM Dates Time Sa Jan 11-Feb 1 Sa Feb 8-Mar 8 Sa Mar 22-Apr 19 Sa Apr 26-May 24 10:30-11:30 AM 10:30-11:30 AM 10:30-11:30 AM 10:30-11:30 AM T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-Mar 6 T, Th Mar 18-Apr 17 T, Th Apr 22-May 22 6:30-7:30 PM 6:30-7:30 PM 6:30-7:30 PM 6:30-7:30 PM Code 152083 152084 152085 152086 152091 152092 152093 152094 Cost $24 $30 $30 $30 $48 $60 $60 $60 Classes 4 5 5 5 8 10 10 10 Kids’ Tennis Club for 10 & Under are supervised, non-instructional open play, plus fun, kid-driven activities for kids age 7-10. Kids’ Tennis Club for 10 & Under meets every Wednesday evening during the regular class sessions. Dates Time 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM Code 152095 152096 152097 152098 Cost $12 $15 $15 $15 Day Dates Time M, W Jan 6-29 M, W Feb 3-Mar 5 M, W Mar 17-Apr 16 M, W Apr 21-May 21 $96 $120 $120 $120 8 10 10 10 Time 9:00-10:00 AM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Code 152070 152066 152067 152068 152069 $48 $120 $120 $120 $120 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g Code 152111 152112 152113 152117 Cost $144 $180 $180 $180 SATURDAYS • 12:00-2:00 PM $20 per day or save almost 20% by purchasing a pass for 8 or 16 match play dates! 4 5 5 5 Cost 6:00-7:30 PM 6:00-7:30 PM 6:00-7:30 PM 6:00-7:30 PM Improve your game fast with regular match play! Advanced registration is required. Keep your game in shape over the break, or learn the sport for the first time! All camps are taught and supervised by USPTA certified professionals to ensure the highest quality instruction. 42 Classes 4 5 5 5 Classes 8 10 10 10 MATCH PLAY (Advanced Players AGEs 11-17) Classes SPRING BREAK CAMP • March 10-13 4-6 7-8 9-10 11-16 (Beginner) 11-16 (High Performance) Cost NOTE: No classes will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9 & March 11-15). Ages: 7-10 Ages $72 $90 $90 $90 The Arlington Tennis Center Competitive Jr Training program provides High School JV (Inter), Varsity, Champ and Super Champ (Adv), as well as qualified Junior High players, an opportunity to improve their tennis skills through tactical drills, instruction and competitive supervised play. NOTE: No Kids’ Tennis Club will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9-15). W Jan 8-29 W Feb 5-Mar 5 W Mar 19-Apr 16 W Apr 23-May 21 Code Competitive JUNIOR Training KIDS’ TENNIS CLUB Day 152107 152108 152109 152110 152099 152100 152101 152105 Ages: 11-17 Ages: 9-10 Day Junior LEVELS I-III
  43. 43. “ My coaches at ATC taught me how to PLAY, not just how to WIN. That makes the game more fun. so now, whether I win or not, I have a great time.” VICTORIA S. ARL INGTO N T ENN I S C E N T E R ZON E TE AM CH A MP I O N S H I PS • Photo Credit: DAN WOZNIAK Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 43
  44. 44. ATC [ ] BLOCK PART Y SATURDAY, MAY 3 • 1-4 PM • FREE ENTRY! ARLINGTON TENNIS CENTER Join us at this Naturally Fun event where we will serve up some free Tennis fun! FOOD • DUNKING BOOTH • DOOR PRIZES • MUSIC TENNIS FUN AND ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES AND ABILITY LEVELS! 44 City of Arlington Parks and Recreation • N a t u r a l l y F u n . o r g
  45. 45. ADULT BEGINNER Adult Beginner classes are designed to introduce the fundamentals of tennis in a fun and games format. Receive $5 off a beginner prestrung tennis racquet with your first class registration! NOTE: No classes will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9 & March 11-15). Ages: 17+ Day Dates Time Sa Jan 11-Feb 1 Sa Feb 8-Mar 8 Sa Mar 22-Apr 19 Sa Apr 26-May 24 10:00-11:30 AM 10:00-11:30 AM 10:00-11:30 AM 10:00-11:30 AM T, Th Jan 7-30 T, Th Feb 4-Mar 6 T, Th Mar 18-Apr 17 T, Th Apr 22-May 22 7:30-8:30 PM 7:30-8:30 PM 7:30-8:30 PM 7:30-8:30 PM Code 152062 152063 152064 152065 $48 $60 $60 $60 Cost Classes 152058 152059 152060 152061 $96 $120 $120 $120 8 10 10 10 4 5 5 5 ADULT DRILL LEAGUE The Adult Drill League is a special league on Monday nights that combines instruction with league play. Leagues meet once per week. NOTE: No leagues will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9 & March 11-15). Day Dates Time M Jan 6-Feb 10 M Feb 17-Apr 7 M Apr 14-May 19 7:30-9:30 PM 7:30-9:30 PM 7:30-9:30 PM Code 152209 152210 152211 Cost $72 $84 $72 Classes 6 7 6 ADULT TENNIS LEAGUES PRIVATE LESSONS Private lessons are an ideal way to work on the specifics of your game that you would like to improve. Scheduled at your convenience, private lessons can be the answer to accommodate your busy life. Purchase a series of seven lessons and get the eighth one free! RATES: USPTA Pro: $45 / Hour • USPTA Head Pro: $60 / Hour Adult DRILLS Hit a whole lotta balls. Have a whole lotta fun! ATC Adult Drills keep you moving and improving. $12 per person, per drill The Arlington Tennis Center offers a variety of progressive recreational leagues for men and women. Balls are provided. League season winners receive a championship t-shirt. NOTE: No leagues will be held the week of Spring Break (March 9 & March 11-15). No leagues on Memorial Day (prices prorated). Day Dates Time Ladies’ 2.5–3.5 Doubles M Jan 6-Feb 10 M Feb 17-Apr 7 M Apr 14-May 19 Ladies’ 3.0–4.0 Doubles Tu Jan 7-Feb 11 Tu Feb 18-Apr 8 Tu Apr 15-May 27 Men’s 3.0 Singles Th Jan 9-Feb 13 Th Feb 20-Apr 10 Th Apr 17-May 29 Men’s 3.5–4.0 Singles W Jan 8-Feb 12 W Feb 19-Apr 9 W Apr 16-May 28 Men’s Open Doubles M Jan 6-Feb 10 M Feb 17-Apr 7 M Apr 14-May 19 9:00-10:30 AM 9:00-10:30 AM 9:00-10:30 AM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM 6:30-8:00 PM Code Cost Sessions 152200 152201 152202 $36 $42 $36 6 7 6 152203 152204 152205 $36 $42 $42 6 7 7 152212 152213 152214 $36 $42 $42 6 7 7 152215 152216 152217 $36 $42 $42 6 7 7 152206 152207 152208 $36 $42 $36 6 7 6 Buy an eight-drill pass and earn big savings! DAY TIME LEVEL Tuesday Thursday Saturday 7:30-8:30 PM 7:30-8:30 PM 9:00-10:00 AM 3.0 3.5+ ALL Naturally Fun Magazine • S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 45

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