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Fall winter 2013 programming guide

  1. 1. Cityo f Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation D epartment RACCREDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER Fall/Winter 2013-14 PROGRAM GUIDE “Together we can build a better community”
  2. 2. Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Mission Statement The mission of the Redwood Falls Parks and Recreation Department is to provide quality facilities and programs for all. Quality Parks and Recreation Programming enhances economic development, community crime prevention, and adds to the quality of life for ALL residents and visitors of the com- munity. We would like to achieve a “community climate” of personal wellness, and mutual respect. Community facilities and parks are used by citizens of all ages participating in meaningful recreation activities. Facilities are well cared for due to a systematic plan for immediate care and crucial long- term maintenance. All citizens will be welcomed and encouraged to utilize the park system and par- ticipate in the City Recreation programs. SEPTEMBER Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. ... Closed (rentals still available) OCTOBER THROUGH APRIL Monday-Friday ....8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Saturday ...............8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sunday ...............12:00 noon - 8:00 p.m. MAY Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. ... Closed (rentals still available) JUNE THROUGH AUGUST Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. ... Closed (rentals still available) HOLIDAYS * Labor Day ................................... Closed Thanksgiving Day ........................Closed Thanksgiving Friday ... 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Christmas Eve .......... Close at 2:00 p.m. Christmas Day .............................Closed New Year’s Eve .........Close at 2:00 p.m. New Year’s Day ............. 12:00-5:00 p.m. Martin Luther King Jr. Day ............Open President’s Day ..............................Open Good Friday ....................................Open Easter Saturday ....... Close at 2:00 p.m. Easter .......................................... Closed Memorial Day .............................. Closed Independence Day ...................... Closed *Schedule subject to change. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 2 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com RACC Hours THE REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER FITNESS CENTER DOES HAVE A 24/7 OPTION The RACC Fitness Center is available 24/7. The access card will also allow access into the Fieldhouse 7 days a week from 5:00-8:00 a.m. Please inquire at the RACC Customer Service Desk for more information.
  3. 3. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 3 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com SilverSneakers® Yoga Stretch Class Yoga Stretch will move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and a final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Call for Times SilverSneakers® Muscular Strength and Range of Movement Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Call for Times FREE to All Ages! RACC Health Programs Silver Sneakers Program E-MAIL UPDATES Stay connected with the Parks & Recreation Department. Sign-up for monthly newsletters to keep yourself informed about upcoming events, recreation activities and weather announcements. To sign up go to: www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com LISTEN TO KLGR 1490 FOR CITY RECREATION AND RACC UPDATES EVERY TUESDAY AT 2:45 P.M.
  4. 4. Objective The overall objective of the SilverSneakers Functional Fitness Assessment initiative is to provide a safe and effective variety of functional fitness tests specifically designed for our SilverSneakers members. These tests provide information and feedback to participants on activ- ities for daily living (ADL) functions through recognized health and skill-related fitness components: body compo- sition, cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, speed, power, agility, balance and coordination. Goals The overall goal of the initiative is to offer members the opportunity to measure their physical skills and abilities relative to other older adults, measure improvement while participating in the SilverSneakers Fitness Program and offer a fun and motivating activity to increase retention and participation in a group exercise setting. The SilverSneakers Functional Fitness Assessment provides an overall “snapshot” of a participant’s functional fitness as compared to data compiled by the LifeSpan project developed by Dr. Roberta Rikli and Dr. Jessie Jones of California State University, Fullerton. The 6-Minute Walk, Scratch Test, Biceps Arm Curl, Chair Stand, Body Mass Index, Functional Reach and 8-Foot Up and Go protocols have been redesigned to offer safe, reliable and valid fit- ness test measurements in a comfortable, non-intimidat- ing group setting. The initial assessment will serve as the benchmark for improvements. Subsequent assessments within eight to 12 weeks offer members comparative infor- mation. Test measurements, normative data and fitness information will be available for all members. Criteria All assessment participants must follow SilverSneakers Fitness Program guidelines for physician clearance spe- cific to the assessment and sign a physical activity waiv- er form prior to testing. The Functional Fitness Assessment can be administered once or many times throughout the year. Time between the tests offers mem- bers the opportunity to make an impact on physiological changes for health, and skill-related fitness components. FUNCTIONAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT The following tests are recommended for partici- pants in the SilverSneakers Functional Fitness Assessment. Instructions for administering each test follow. 6-MINUTE WALK - Cardiovascular endurance Walk (not run or jog) along a safe, predetermined course and cover as much distance as possible in six minutes. SCRATCH TEST - Flexibility Assess the range of movement in the shoulder joint by reaching one hand over a shoulder and the other hand behind the back, attempting to “touch” the middle fingers on both hands. BICEPS ARM CURL Upper-body muscular strength and endurance Perform as many biceps arm curls in 30 seconds as possible. CHAIR STAND Lower-body muscular strength and endurance Stand from a seated position and return to a seat- ed position as many times as possible in 30 sec- onds. FUNCTIONAL REACH - Dynamic balance Reach as far forward as possible without taking a forward step. BODY MASS INDEX - Waist-to-hip ratio Measure the relationship between weight and height relative to standards developed for overall ideal body weight. 8-FOOT UP AND GO - Agility and coordination From a seated position in a chair, get up, walk around a cone (in a figure eight pattern) and return to the chair in the least amount of time. Functional Fitness Assessment What are your fitness goals? Participate in Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness Program’s Functional Fitness Assessment Activity Session to check your current fitness level and set goals for improving the following: 1. Cardiovascular endurance (six-minute walk) 2. Flexibility (scratch test) 3. Upper body muscular strength and endurance (biceps arm curl) 4. Lower body muscular strength and endurance (chair stand) 5. Body mass index (waist-to-hip ratio) 6. Dynamic balance (functional reach test) 7. Agility and coordination for postural stabili- ty (eight-foot up and go) Next Event October 16, 2013 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. RACC Fieldhouse ALL ARE WELCOME Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 4 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  5. 5. SHELTER RATES • Beer Permits: ............. $25 per event • Shelter Permits: $25 + tax per half day $40 + tax per full day • Redwood Falls Shelters: RAMSEY PARK WESTSIDE PARK > Zeb Gray Shelter > Shelter > Falls Shelter LEGION PARK > Lower Shelter > Shelter Ramsey Park Campground 31 Sites with 50 amp electrical service, restrooms and shower building. Campground: $20 + tax Tents: $15 + tax Park Information NOTE: In order to keep our park areas clean and safe. ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS BEVERAGE CON- TAINERS OF ANY TYPE ARE ALLOWED IN THE PARKS! We think pets are GREAT! They help enhance life! However, pet owners must be considerate of others. All pets must be on a leash at all times! You must clean up after your pet in all parks and on all city streets (City Code, Section 10.13 - misdemeanor). Please do not cause children and others to suffer the embarrassment and aggravation of stepping or falling in pet waste. TO RESERVE CAMPSITES & SHELTERS GO TO: www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Without reservations shelters are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. Each park shelter comes with 6 picnic tables, if the rental party would like more picnic tables a fee of $10.00 + tax will be charged per table. City of Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Department 1, 2, 3 Come QUEST with Me Young children and grownup, enjoy this counting adventure around Alexander Ramsey Park. At 219 acres in size, Alexander Ramsey Park is the largest municipal park in the State of Minnesota. Termed as the “Little Yellowstone of Minnesota”. Find your clues and maps online at www.red- woodareacommunitycenter.com or stop by the RACC The QUESTing season runs from Mid May – Mid September How to QUEST QUEST clues and maps, created by Parks and Rec. Staff, will help you discover the natural and cultural his- tory of Alexander Ramsey Park. At the end of the quest is a hidden treasure box. Sign your name in the log- book, stamp this page, and return the box to its hiding place. at Alexander Ramsey Park Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 5 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  6. 6. PACKAGE 6 MONTH Full Payment 6 MONTH ACH Monthly Payment* 12 MONTH Full Payment 12 MONTH ACH Monthly Payment* Senior Citizen Individual $120 + tax $21.00 + tax $185 + tax $16.42 + tax Senior Citizen Couple $160 + tax $27.67 + tax $246 + tax $21.50 + tax Student/College Student $73 + tax $13.17 + tax $112 + tax $10.33 + tax Individual $196 + tax $33.67 + tax $302 + tax $26.17 + tax Couple $242 + tax $41.33 + tax $355 + tax $30.58 + tax Family $276 + tax $47.00 + tax $425 + tax $36.42 + tax 1-Month Membership (one person) $50.00 + tax Corporate memberships are also available, call 507-644-2333 for more information! MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES: Walking and running track, open gym, open ice skating and fitness center. The membership rates will reflect the collab- orative spirit for which the center was built. The Redwood Valley HS/MS students and many other user groups will use the building. There will be times that portions of the center will be unavailable for use due to commu- nity events, tournaments, or a rental. Senior: Ages 60 & Up • Individual: Ages 19-59 Student: Ages 6-18 or College Student Ages 18-22 with a valid college ID Couple: Ages 19-59 includes spouse or domestic partner or a parent and child under age of 18 (2 people both with the same address) Family: Includes spouse or domestic partner and dependant children in school up to age 18, ALL with the same address. Families with more than 6 members will be charged $15 per each additional family member. PCA’s (Personal Care Attendants) will be treated like family members for memberships. Membership Rates DAILY ADMISSION (Sales Tax Included) Category Price Senior Citizen $4.00 Student $4.00 Adult $5.00 Family $15.00 PUNCH PASS (Sales Tax Included) Category Price Adult $60.00 (15 days of use) Student/Senior $45.00 (15 days of use) FEE FOR LOST MEMBERSHIP CARD $10 + sales tax * DIRECT WITHDRAWL FROM CHECKING/SAVINGS ACCOUNT THE REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER FITNESS CENTER DOES HAVE A 24/7 OPTION The RACC Fitness Center is available 24/7. The access card will also allow access into the Fieldhouse 7 days a week from 5:00 - 8:00 a.m. Please inquire at the RACC Customer Service Desk for more information. LOCKER ROOMS Men’s, women’s, and family locker rooms are available to suit the needs of everyone. • 6-Month Rental Large .......................... $40.00 + tax Medium ....................... $20.00 + tax • 12-Month Rental Large ........................... $80.00 + tax Medium ....................... $40.00 + tax Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 6 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  7. 7. Rental Rates Wedding Package . . . . . . . . $950.00 Full room for 2 days, catering kitchen use, patio use, table and chair setup/takedown, and linens. USER GROUP DESCRIPTIONS: Category A: City of Redwood Falls, ISD 2897 and their ancillary organizations. No damage deposit required. Category B: Civic, charitable, service clubs, and other governmental organizations. Category C: Private individuals, organizations, or businesses Room Category B Category C Damage Deposit Small Room $12/hour • $46/day $17/hour • $72/day $50 1 Medium Room $24/hour • $92/day $34/hour • $144/day $75 2 Medium Rooms $48/hour • $184/day $68/hour • $288/day $100 Full Room $70/hour • $270/day $94/hour • $435/day $250 Fieldhouse Non-Prime: April - Sept. $80/hour $515/Day #1 • $415/Day #2 $100/hour $600/Day #1 • $500/Day #2 $250 Fieldhouse Prime: October - March $120/hour $625/Day #1 • $525/Day #2 $150/hour $1000/Day #1 • $900/Day #2 $250 Fieldhouse: One Court $20/hour $25/hour Track $250/4 hr. block $300/4 hr. block Arena*: Non-Ice Season $70/hour $415/Day #1 • $315/Day #2 $90/hour $500/Day #1 • $400/Day #2 $250 Arena*: Ice Season $95/hour $625/Day #1 • $525/Day #2 $125/hour $900/Day #1 • $800/Day #2 $250 Children’s Room $15/hour • $50/day $15/hour • $50/day Linens* Small Round: $3/Table • Large Round: $4/Table • Rectangular: $4/Table Napkins: 50¢ ea. • Rectangular Skirting: $9/Table • Round Skirting: $6/Table Arena Team Room* $25/hour $25/hour $50 Overhead Projector * $10/day $10/day TV/VCR * $15/day $15/day Security Officer $50/hour (4 hour minimum) $50/hour (4 hour miniumum) Extra Staffing/Clean Up Person $25/hour (if needed) $25/hour (if needed) DSL WIRELSS - NO CHARGE WIRELSS - NO CHARGE LCD Projector * $60/day $60/day Phone Line * $15/day $15/day Link Concessions $40/day $40/day Rental rates are for regularly posted business hours. Minimum Rental: 2 hours. Facilities can be rented beyond the regular hours for an additional per hour charge. Rentals will be available during weekends May-September even though facility is closed. *Sales tax not included. ARENA BILLBOARDS ARE AVAILABLE Ask for details at the RACC courtesy counter. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 7 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  8. 8. RACC Fitness Center & Trainers PERSONAL TRAINER - POLLY BOWEN Polly Bowen, RACC’s personal trainer, is available to help our members and non-members reach their fitness goals, have a productive and time-efficient workout, and feel comfortable working out in the Fitness Center. Polly will work one-on-one with clients. Every session will be at the convenience of both client and Polly. Polly has the proper credentials and is an avid exerciser. A session is $20 per hour and you must go a minimum of two sessions. If you would like more information regarding this, please call us at 644-2333. Fitness Assessment Your assessment includes: Body Composition, Strength, Flexibility, Height, Weight, and Cardiovascular g Marathon Package fg Half Marathon Package fg In-Training Package f To schedule a fitness assessment please call the Redwood Area Community Center at 507-644-2333 or email the RACC at: edwardsj@ci.redwood-falls.mn.us Fitness Assessment Packages: • Marathon Package - $100/Session Non-Members & $90/Session Members The Marathon Package will include the following tests: Body Composition, Strength, Flexibility, Height, Weight, and Cardiovascular. The package is for 6-months, being assessed on Week 1, 6, 12, 18, and 24. Not only will you be having the assessments every six weeks you will also receive a meal plan and a workout plan. These plans will change every six-weeks! • Half Marathon Package - $70/Session Non-Members & $60/Session Members The Half Marathon Package will include the following tests: Body Composition, Strength, Flexibility, Height, Weight, and Cardiovascular. The package is for 3-months, being assessed on Week 1, 6, and 12. Not only will you be having the assessments every six weeks, you will also receive a meal plan and a workout plan. These plans will change every six-weeks! • In-Training Package - $30/Session Non-Members & $25/Session Members The In-Training Package will include the following tests: Body Composition, Strength, Flexibility, Height, Weight, and Cardiovascular. This package includes assessments by the time. No workout plan or meal plan is available with this plan. Each assessment will take approximately 1-hour and must be scheduled in advance. Any cancellations made less than 24 hours before the appointment will be charged a $20 fee. POLLY BOWEN Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 8 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  9. 9. RACC Special Activities Indoor Playground The Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Department and the Redwood Area Early Childhood Coalition collaborated to bring this Indoor Playground to the RACC Fieldhouse 5 & Under . . . FREE Ages 6-7 . . . FREE with a RACC Membership $4 per participant/non-member RACC Birthday Party Packages BIRTHDAY SUPREME $105.00 + tax $7 for each additional participant • Use of Children’s Programming Room (2 hrs.) • Soda (includes two 2-liter bottles) • Pizza (two large pizzas - see menu option) • Party Accessories (plates, napkins, forks, cups, candles) • Ice Cream Birthday Cake • Free use of RACC: basketball, wiffleball, climbing wall, open skating with skate rental, batting cages, Nintendo Wii’s, etc. • Decorations may be brought in (please see decorating policy) • Cost is for groups up to nine (additionall fee for more than 9) • Use of indoor playground for children ages 7 & under is available. BIRTHDAY EXTREME $85.00 + tax $5 for each additional participant • Use of Children’s Programming Room (2 hrs.) • Soda (includes two 2-liter bottles) • Party Accessories (plates, napkins, forks, cups, candles) • Ice Cream Birthday Cake • Free use of RACC: basketball, wiffleball, climbing wall, open skating with skate rental, batting cages, Nintendo Wii’s, etc. • Decorations may be brought in (please see decorating policy) • Cost is for groups up to nine (additional fee for more than 9) • Use of indoor playground for children ages 7 & under is available. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 9 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  10. 10. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 10 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Youth Activities Redwood Area Gymnastics Academy Welcome to the Redwood Area Gymnastics Academy and to Coach Dean Wilson. Coach Wilson will be offering advanced gymnastics classes for girls and boys who wish to work on their gymnastics skills during the off season! Classes will be offered 3 days a week during the specified sessions below. They will get out of the camp what they want to put into it! The Academy is designed for those gymnasts that have prior gymnastics par- ticipation. To participate in the intermediate group participants must be able to do a round-off back handspring on their own. Min. Class Size: 8 Students must be able to work independently after given direction from the coach. If you have any further questions about the academy, please email Coach Dean at wilsond321@hotmail.com Session 4: August 19-September 13 Beginners (3:30-4:30 pm) ...................................................... $60.00 Intermediate (4:15-6:00 pm) .................................................. $96.00 Class schedule will be posted on-line by August 5. Registration deadline: August 12 Session 5: September 23-October 18 Beginners (3:30-4:30 pm) ...................................................... $60.00 Intermediate (4:15-6:00 pm) .................................................. $96.00 Class schedule will be posted on-line by September 9. Registration deadline: September 16 YOUTH WRESTLING The Redwood Valley Youth Wrestling Club wants you! Students 4 years old through 6th grade are invited to participate. Wrestlers will learn basic wrestling techniques and skills, prop- er conditioning, and will have the opportunity to compete against others of same size. Participants will have the oppor- tunity to attend area tournaments, as well as free admission into our home tournament. Singlets available for a deposit with a partial refund at the end of the season. Deposit should be made payable to Redwood Valley Youth Wrestling Association. Wrestling shoes are recommended, but not required. The wrestling club is always in need of parent help. If interested, please show up at practice in work- out clothes and proper shoes. The future of Redwood Valley Wrestling starts here! Coaches: Kyle Dillon & Jeff Bommersbach MONDAYS: Pre K-2nd Grade .............................................................5:45-6:30 p.m. MONDAYS: Grades 3-6 ......................................................................6:30-7:15 p.m. WEDNESDAYS: All Participants - optional.......................................... 5:30-6:15 p.m. December 2nd - mid-March • RVHS Wrestling Room • Fee: $25 INCLUDES T-SHIRT AND ADMISSION INTO HOME TOURNAMENT Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335
  11. 11. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 11 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Youth Activities LITTLE CRITTER’S CLUB MONDAYS & THURSDAYS November 18 - March 13 (9:30-11:30 a.m.) $1 fee per child (1:4 parent to child ratio - please) Preschoolers (ages birth-6) and their adult supervisor (parent, babysitter, etc.) are welcome to come and burn some of that winter build-up of energy at the Redwood Area Community Center. This will be an open play time for kids ages Birth-6 that are accom- panied by their adult supervisor. Pre-schoolers can bounce balls, run, jump, crawl on mats, and just have fun in the fieldhouse. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL This program is for girls going into the 3rd-6th grade. The girls will focus on learning the basic skills and fundamentals of volleyball. They will have the opportunity to scrimmage each other as their skills progress. Held in the RACC Fieldhouse. TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS • September 10 - October 3 Lead Instructor: Alissa Runke • Fee: $23 Grades 3-4............................................................... 5:45-6:45 p.m. Grades 5-6................................................................6:55-7:55 p.m. GYMNASTICS / TUMBLING Lessons are available for those ages 4 through the 6th grade. Basic and advanced gymnastics skills will be taught using the floor, bars, vault, and beam. All lessons are held at the RACC Fieldhouse. Coaches, along with the parents will have the right to move a participant to a different class based on ability. Min: 8 / Max: 16 MONDAYS, TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS October 14 - November 7 (NO CLASS OCT. 17 & 31) Lead Instructor: Alissa Runke Level One - Tumbling Tots 6:00 - 6:30 pm ........................................ $25 This class is for boys and girls ages 4-6 that are first time participants or those with limited gymnastics experience. No (or minimal) skills required to be in this class. Level Two - Tiny Twisters 6:35-7:05 pm .......................................... $25 This class is for boys and girls ages 4-8 with limited gym- nastics experience. Participants should have experience doing forward rolls, bridges, and handstands. Level Three - Summer-Saulters 7:10-7:40pm ........................................... $25 This class is for boys and girls ages 6 on up who have par- ticipated in gymnastics classes and are able to perform cartwheels, backbends/bridges. Level Four - Rock-its & Rollers 7:45-7:30 pm .......................................... $40 These classes are designed for boys and girls ages 6 on up and are intended for those that can and want to work on more advanced skills such as round-offs, back walk-over's, and back handsprings. Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335
  12. 12. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 12 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Youth Activities FALL RECREATION SOCCERThe City Rec. Fall Soccer Program is open to anyone in grades K-4. The program will introduce kids to the basics of soccer and strengthen the skills they already know. TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS September 10 - October 3 Reede Gray Elem. School South Field Instructors: City Rec. Staff • Min. 10 / Max. 30 FEE - $20.00 K-1st Grade........................3:05-4:05 pm 2nd-4th Grade....................4:10-5:10 pm For the 13th consecutive season, the NFL Gatorade Punt, Pass and Kick Competition will visit Redwood Falls. The City Rec. Dept. will spon- sor this popular competition. Boys and girls ages 6-15 will have the opportunity to compete sepa- rately against their peers in punting, passing, and place-kicking skills. The first place finisher in each group will have the right to move on to Sections and possibly State competition. The competition is free of charge. Registration can be taken care of the day of the competition at the field. Participants are not to wear football cleats. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 • 6:45 pm Memorial Baseball Field Contact: Ross Nachreiner This program is for anyone entering grades 2-4. Participants will learn the basic skills of flag football, including passing, catching, punting, blocking, and the rules of flag foot- ball. The first few practices will be spent learning the game with inter-squad games coming later in camp. TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS SEPTEMBER 10 - OCTOBER 3 6:15-7:30 pm • Fee: $25 Memorial Baseball Field Lead Instructor: Ross Nachreiner Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335 OPEN ICE SKATING Open skating will be offered at the RACC’s Indoor Ice Rink beginning Wednesday, October 23. If you purchase a RACC membership, there will be no charge for the open skate. Open Skate Fees: Adults - $5.00 • Students - $4.00 Students 5 & under - Free Figure & Hockey Skate Rental: $3 per pair Monday-Friday ................. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Wednesdays ............................ 6:00-7:45 pm Fridays ....................................................TBD Sundays ................................... 5:00-7:45 pm WEEKEND OPEN SKATE SCHEDULE The weekend open skate schedule will be posted on a monthly basis. The schedule may vary due to hockey games, ice rentals, etc.
  13. 13. Associations & Clubs Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 13 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Redwood Area Traveling and Pre-Team Gymnastics STARTS Tuesday, November 12 Stop at the RACC after September 23 for more information and to register. PRE-TEAM Team Magic.............................................$200 Team Mystic ........................................................$230 REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 30, 2013 The Redwood Area Traveling gymnastic program provides an advanced gymnastics program for those boys and girls who want to take their gymnastics skills to the next level. Interested participants must be 6 years of age (by 12/1/13) through 12th grade. Participants in the pro- gram will have the opportunity to compete against other Minnesota Amateur Gymnasts in the state as we will host a couple of meets as well as travel to area gymnastics clubs. Schedule subject to change. RAHARedwood Area Hockey Association REGISTRATION NIGHT Sun., September 15 • 6:30-8:30 pm at the RACC For more information please contact: Karen Muetzel at 507-627-6979 5th & 6th Grade Cardinal Tackle Football The Cardinal Youth Football program is back. Once again the Cardinal Youth Tackle Football Program will be offered to boys and girls in the 5th and 6th Grade in the Fall 2013. Participants will practice 2-3 nights a week and will play games on Saturday's as they will once again be in the Little 10 League. Fundamentals and developing an enjoyment of the game are the keys to a successful season. Interested in becoming a coach? Please talk to Coach Lundeen or Ross at the RACC. A parent/player kick-off meeting will be held Tuesday, August 20th at 6:30 p.m. Players will be selecting equipment following the meeting. Registrations will be accepted at the RACC until August 19th Fee: $50 will include use of shoulder pads, helmet, jersey, and pants. Mini Mites.......................................Ages 4-5 Mites..............................................Ages 6-8 MITES & MINI MITES ARE FREE IF REGISTERED ON or BEFORE 9/15/13 Squirts..........................................Ages 9-10 Peewee......................................Ages 11-12 Bantams.....................................Ages 13-14 Registration forms may be found in the DOCUMENTS SECTION of our website www.redwoodfallshockey.com The members of the Redwood Area Hockey Association will be hosting their annual registration night for parents and youth who plan on playing hockey this winter. The fee for first year players (Squirts & above) is $150. Boys and girls are encouraged to play.
  14. 14. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 14 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Associations & Clubs REDWOOD AREA JO VOLLEYBALL MANDATORY INFORMATIONAL MEETING for participants & parents Sun., Aug. 11th at 7:00 p.m. • RACC Rm. #2 JO Assessments are scheduled for Tues., Nov. 12 at 7 pm For more information contact LeAnn Heimer at 507-430-0261 or leannh56073@gmail.com HELP WANTED SOCCER INSTRUCTORS • FLAG FOOTBALL COACHES • ICE SKATING INSTRUCTORS “LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM” • RINK ATTENDANTS • TUMBLING/GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR Pay scale ranges from $7.50 - $12.00 per hour depending on experience and position. Application Deadline: August 30, 2013 BASKETBALL SCORE KEEPERS $7.50-$10/hr Depending on position & experience WINTER SPORTS OFFICIALS for Basketball, Volleyball & Dodgeball - $15-$21/hr RABARedwood Area Basketball Association The Redwood Area Basketball Association provides a basketball program for boys and girls 4th-8th grade. December through March is considered “traveling season” for the Association. Participants will utilize skills developed in practice to compete in weekend tournaments held in our area. INFORMATIONAL MEETING: RACC Rm. #2 Sunday, October 6 at 6:30 p.m. Players, parents, and interested coaches should attend if you would like more information contact: Mahlon Mace at 507-430-4537 or Mark Josephson at 507-828-5402
  15. 15. Adult Activities Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 15 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com ADULT VOLLEYBALL WOMEN’S LEAGUE: Informational packets will be available starting Tuesday, October 1 at the RACC for anyone interested in playing on Tuesday or Wednesday nights in a Women’s volleyball league. Women’s ‘A’ League will begin on Wednesday, November 13 and Women’s ‘B’ League will begin on Tuesday, November 19. Roster and league fee deadlines: Womens ‘A’ 10/31/13; Womens ‘B’ 11/4/13. CO-REC LEAGUE: Informational packets will be available starting Tuesday, October 1 at the RACC for anyone interested in playing on Monday nights in a Co-Rec volleyball league. This league will begin on Monday, November 11. Roster and league fees due by Oct. 29th. JOIN A LEAGUE! OPEN HOCKEY Adult open hockey is a time for adult hockey players (8th grade and older) to partici- pate in pick-up games and scrimmages - it is NOT a league. All participants MUST check in at the front desk each night they participate. Wednesday Nights • 8:15-9:45 p.m. October 23 through mid-March Redwood Area Community Center Arena Fees: Adults - $5.00 • Students - $4.00 Skate Rental available at $3 per pair (15 day punch pass is also available) MEN’S LEAGUE 5-on-5 BASKETBALL Informational packets will be available starting Tuesday, October 1 at the Redwood Area Community Center. The league will be held on Sunday nights beginning November 17. Roster and league fees due by Nov. 1st. GOLDEN GUYS & GALS This is a basic orientation of the fitness center for men and women 55 & older. We will demonstrate the proper use of the equipment in the weight room, as well as explore new activities. No experience necessary. Instructor: Polly Bowen WEDNESDAYS • Oct. 16 • Nov. 13 • Dec. 18 • 9:00-9:45 a.m. TENNIS LEAGUE Attention tennis play- ers! Here’s your opportuni- ty to get involved in a doubles tennis league. There is no need to find a partner; you simply need to sign yourself up and come ready to play. Everyone will be scheduled with a partner, rotating partners each week. League begins Wednesday, November 13. Registration & Fees are due November 1. $50/participant: Includes League and Sunday night open tennis throughout the season from 8-10 pm $40/participant: Includes League ONLY $25/participant: Includes ONLY Sunday night open tennis Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335
  16. 16. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 16 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Adult Activities CO-REC FALL KICKBALL Go back to the playground days with kickball for ‘big’ kids. This is a friend- ly, self-officiated league that will give participants the opportunity to get together with friends and have a fun time playing a game from the past. Teams will typically be scheduled to play double headers each league night. THURSDAY NIGHTS August 29 - October 17 Games will be played at Johnson & Westside Fields with first games starting at 6:30 p.m. FEE: $60 per team Team sign-up and fee due August 20 CO-REC FALL SOFTBALL Here’s your last chance to get in a few games of softball before the winter season rolls in. This is a traditional co-rec league following normal MSF/NSF rules. Teams will typically be scheduled to play double headers each league night. Players must be in 9th grade or older to participate. MONDAYS: August 26 - October 14 (NO GAMES SEPTEMBER 2) Games will be played at Johnson and Westside fields with first games starting at 7:00 p.m. FEE: $205 Team sign-up and league fee due August 12 Basketball & Volleyball League Schedule * Starting times are approximate. Men’s 5-on-5 Basketball............. 5:00 p.m.* Sundays at RVHS Co-Rec A/B/C Volleyball............. 6:30 p.m.* Mondays at RACC/RVHS Women’s ‘B’ Volleyball............... 6:30 p.m.* Tuesdays at RACC/RVHS Women’s ‘A’ Volleyball............... 6:30 p.m.* Wednesdays at RVHS/RACC NEED HELP FINDING A TEAM? CALL THE RACC AT 644-2333! Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335
  17. 17. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 17 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com YOGALATES BEGINNERS WELCOME! Using both yoga and pilates, yogalates integrates both into a balanced system of exercise. This combination class is designed to meet the needs of all experience levels. MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS 5:30-6:30 p.m. FALL SESSION: October 7 - December 18 MUST USE PUNCH CARD ONLY Class Size: Min. 6 • INSTRUCTOR: Jerilyn Kodet Adult Fitness Classes Fitness Class Punch Card 10 Punches ....... $45.00 (Punch Card may be used for any fitness class) Note: Punch card is only guaranteed if the minimum number of participants has been met for the session. This punch card expires 12 months after purchase. FITNESS CLASSES INCLUDE: Yogalates and Indoor Cycling Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335
  18. 18. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 18 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Adult Activities INDOOR CYCLING CLASS • Get into shape now with this indoor cycling class • Class is led by certified SPINNING Instructor • Suits a wide range of abilities and fitness goals • No experience needed! • Polar band for heart monitoring highly recommended • Bring water bottle and towel, biking shorts recommended CLASS OPTIONS (Limited space available - 7 bikes per class) Sept. 9 - Nov. 29 Mon., Wed., Fri. 5:30 a.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $140 Sept. 9 - Nov. 29 Mon., Wed., Fri. 6:30 a.m. Instructor: Polly Bowen $140 Sept. 10 - Nov. 28 Tues. & Thurs. 12:10 p.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $95 Sept. 10 - Nov. 28 Tues. & Thurs. 7:00 p.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $95 Sept. 10 - Nov. 28 Tues. & Thurs. 8:00 p.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $95 Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335 RACC Special Activity Indoor Golfing/Batting Cage Need a great off-season workout? No more hitting foam golf balls into a net or tak- ing soft toss with a whiffle ball. Try out the Indoor Golfing/Batting Cage. The cage is a 70' long x 14' high x 12' double wide cage that can be used for live batting for baseball and softball players as well as live hitting for golfers. Participants are asked to bring their own golf clubs and balls as well as bats, balls, and helmets for live hitting. The cage can be used by 2 separate groups at one time as it is a dou- ble cage. The cage is located on the south side of Fieldhouse Court #3. Call ahead and reserve the court today! Fee: Adult $5.00 • Students $4.00 • Members Free
  19. 19. Fall/Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 19 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com RACC Special Announcement SWAY BACK BRIDGE Construction The swayback bridge construction project is in progress and will continue until September 27, 2013 (tentatively). THE PARKS & RECREATION STAFF THANKS ALL OF OUR PATRONS IN ADVANCE FOR THEIR PATIENCE DURING THIS TIME While under construction, the bridge will be closed to BOTH vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
  20. 20. Redwood Area Community Center 901 Cook Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 CHANGE SERVICE REQUESTED 901 Cook Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 Ph.: 507-644-2333 Fax: 507-644-2199 Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335 Make us your choice for that special day! Wedding Receptions, Dances and Groom’s Dinners Seating for 10 to 400 No Extra Charge For Setup Complete with a Stage, Dance Floor, Patio, Alcohol Permitted Also available for Business Meetings, Conventions and Graduation Receptions Cityo f Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation D epartment RACCREDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com PRST STD U.S. POSTAGE P A I D MARSHALL, MN PERMIT NO. 20 POSTAL PATRON

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