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2013 2014 winter guide

  1. 1. Program Guide “Together we can build a better community” WINTER 2013-14 City of R & Recr eati on RACC REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER De p e nt tm ar ed Parks Falls ood w 901 Cook Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 507-644-2333 www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  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 community. 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 participate in the City Recreation programs. Tobacco Free Policy The City of Redwood Falls prohibits the use of tobacco products in all City buildings including the Redwood Falls Aquatic Center, the Redwood Area Community Center and at City parks during youth-oriented events. RACC Hours OCTOBER THROUGH APRIL HOLIDAYS * Monday-Friday ....8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Day................................. Closed Sunday ...............12:00 noon - 8:00 p.m. Christmas Eve................. Close at 12:00 p.m. Saturday ...............8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Friday......... Open at 10:00 a.m. Closed if on Sunday MAY Christmas Day...................................... Closed Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. New Year’s Day.......................12:00-5:00 p.m. Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. ... Closed New Year’s Eve.................. Close at 2:00 p.m. (rentals still available) JUNE THROUGH AUGUST Easter Saturday............... Close at 12:00 p.m. Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (rentals still available) SEPTEMBER Sat. & Sun. ... Closed Easter....................................................Closed Memorial Day........................................ Closed Independence Day................................ Closed Labor Day............................................. Closed Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. President’s Day....................................... Open Good Friday............................................. Open Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. ... Closed Martin Luther King Jr. Day..................... Open Columbus Day......................................... Open (rentals still available) Veteran’s Day.......................................... Open *Schedule subject to change. 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 only from 5:00-8:00 a.m. Please inquire at the RACC Customer Service Desk for more information. Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -2- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  3. 3. RACC Fitness Center & Trainers 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. PERSONAL TRAINER - POLLY BOWEN 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. LISTEN TO KLGR 1490 FOR CITY RECREATION AND RACC UPDATES EVERY TUESDAY AT 2:45 P.M. E-MAIL UPDATES Sign-up for “Email Updates” to keep yourself informed about upcoming events, recreation activities and weather announcements. To sign up go to: www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -3- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  4. 4. How Do I Register? Registrations available online by visiting our website at www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com or stop by the Redwood Area Community Center at 901 Cook Street and register at the Customer Service Desk beginning Nov. 25, 2013 Online Registration Upgrade City of Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Department - Online Registration System to be Upgraded Nov. 25. The Parks & Recreation Department uses Maximum Solutions for our program online registration platform. Maximum Solutions is launching an updated platform, and will upgrade the City of Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Department’s online registration features the week of Nov. 25. Park & Recreation members will see a new interface and will need to once again create an account. We apologize in advance for any inconveninece this may cause. The new platform will be more user friendly and provide additional options. Thank you for your understanding. Park Information TO RESERVE CAMPSITES & SHELTERS GO TO: www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Ramsey Park SHELTER RATES Campground • Beer Permits: ............. $25 per event • Shelter Permits: $25 + tax per half day $40 + tax per full day • Redwood Falls Shelters: RAMSEY PARK > Zeb Gray Shelter > Falls Shelter > Lower Shelter WESTSIDE PARK > Shelter 31 Sites with 50 amp electrical service, restrooms and shower building . LEGION PARK > Shelter Campground Fee .......... $24* + tax 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. *Includes Dumpstation Tents ............................. $15 + tax Reservations for 2014 will begin Mon., January 6 at 10:00 a.m. *Dump Station fee for Non-Campers is $5.00 NOTE: In order to keep our park areas clean and safe . . . ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS BEVERAGE CONTAINERS 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. Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -4- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  5. 5. RACC Birthday BIRTHDAY Party Packages BIRTHDAY SUPREME EXTREME $115.00 + tax • • • • • • $95.00 + tax $7 for each additional participant $5 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 • • • • • 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) 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. • Cost is for groups up to nine (additionall fee for more than 9) • Use of indoor playground for children ages 7 & under is available. Membership Special APRIL & MAY “Spring Fever” Buy a punch pass and receive 5 free punches. Limit 2 per person. RACC Health Programs FREE to All Ages! SilverSneakers® Muscular Strength and Range of Movement 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. Wed & Fri 9 am (schedule subject to change) Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -5- 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. Wed & Fri 9 am (schedule subject to change) www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  6. 6. PACKAGE 2014 Membership Rates 6 MONTH 6 MONTH Full Payment 12 MONTH 12 MONTH ACH Monthly Payment* Full Payment ACH Monthly Payment* Senior Citizen Individual $132 + tax $23.00 + tax $203 + tax $17.92 + tax Senior Citizen Couple Student/College $176 + tax $270 + tax $23.50 + tax Individual $80 + tax $30.33 + tax $215 + tax $36.83 + tax $332 + tax $28.67 + tax $266 + tax $45.33 + tax $390 + tax $33.50 + tax Family $303 + tax $51.50 + tax $467 + tax $39.92 + tax Couple $14.33 + tax $123 + tax $11.25 + tax $50.00 + tax 1-Month Membership (one person) Corporate memberships are also available, call 507-644-2333 for more information! * DIRECT WITHDRAWL FROM CHECKING/SAVINGS ACCOUNT DAILY ADMISSION (Sales Tax Included) Category Price Student $4.00 Senior Citizen $4.00 Adult $5.00 Family $15.00 PUNCH PASS (Sales Tax Included) Category Adult Student/Senior Price $60.00 (15 days of use) $45.00 (15 days of use) 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 Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES: Walking and running track, open gym, open ice skating and fitness center. The membership rates will reflect the collaborative 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 community events, tournaments, or a rental. FEE FOR LOST MEMBERSHIP CARD $10 + sales tax 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. -6- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  7. 7. Room Rental Rates Category B Category C Small Room $12/hour • $46/day $17/hour • $72/day 2 Medium Rooms $48/hour • $184/day $68/hour • $288/day 1 Medium Room Full Room Fieldhouse Non-Prime: April - Sept. Fieldhouse Prime: October - March Fieldhouse: One Court Track Arena*: Non-Ice Season Arena*: Ice Season Children’s Room Linens* Arena Team Room * $24/hour • $92/day $34/hour • $144/day $70/hour • $270/day $80/hour $515/Day #1 • $415/Day #2 $120/hour $625/Day #1 • $525/Day #2 $20/hour $250/4 hr. block $70/hour $415/Day #1 • $315/Day #2 $95/hour $625/Day #1 • $525/Day #2 $15/hour • $50/day $94/hour • $435/day $100/hour $600/Day #1 • $500/Day #2 $150/hour $1000/Day #1 • $900/Day #2 $50 $75 $100 $250 $250 $250 $25/hour $300/4 hr. block $90/hour $500/Day #1 • $400/Day #2 $125/hour $900/Day #1 • $800/Day #2 $250 $250 $15/hour • $50/day Small Round: $3/Table • Large Round: $4/Table • Rectangular: $4/Table Napkins: 50¢ ea. • Rectangular Skirting: $9/Table • Round Skirting: $6/Table $25/hour Damage Deposit $25/hour Coffee * $15/air pot $15/air pot TV/VCR * $15/day $50 $15/day Overhead Projector * Security Officer $10/day $10/day $50/hour (4 hour minimum) $50/hour (4 hour miniumum) Extra Staffing/Clean Up Person $25/hour (if needed) $25/hour (if needed) DSL WIRELESS - NO CHARGE WIRELSS - NO CHARGE Phone Line * $15/day $15/day LCD Projector * Link Concessions $60/day $40/day $60/day $40/day Wedding Package . . . . . . 2013 $950.00 2014 $1250.00 Full room for 2 days, catering kitchen use, patio use, table and chair setup/takedown, and linens. ARENA BILLBOARDS ARE AVAILABLE Ask for details at the RACC courtesy counter. 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 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. Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -7- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  8. 8. RACC Special Activities OPEN SKATE SCHEDULE Open Skate Fees: Adults - $5.00 • Students - $4.00 Students 5 & under - Free Figure & Hockey Skate Rental available at $3 per pair Monday-Friday .......................9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Wednesdays ................................... 6:00-7:45 p.m. * Fridays ......................................... 6:00-9:00 p.m. * Saturdays ..................................... 5:00-7:45 p.m. * Sundays ....................................... 5:00-7:45 p.m. * WEEKEND OPEN SKATE SCHEDULE The weekend open skate schedule will be posted week to week. The schedule may vary due to hockey games, ice rentals, etc. 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 Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -8- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  9. 9. Youth Activities Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335 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 accompanied by their adult supervisor. Pre-schoolers can bounce balls, run, jump, crawl on mats, and just have fun in the fieldhouse. REDWOOD VALLEY YOUTH WRESTLING TOURNEY The Redwood Valley Youth Wrestling Club will sponsor a youth wrestling tournament. The tournament will be open to any boy or girl in pre-kindergarten through the 6th grade. SUNDAY, JANUARY 26th Redwood Valley Gymnasium • Fee: $10.00 Registration & Weigh Ins from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Wrestling Begins at 1:30 p.m. T-Shirt & Medal for First Place 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, proper conditioning, and will have the opportunity to compete against others of same size. Participants will have the opportunity 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 workout 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 Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide -9- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  10. 10. Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335 Youth Activities CARDINAL CAGERS Hello all of you basketball players and fans. Get ready to “Rock the Field-house”! Once again this basketball program will be offered to boys and girls in K through 4th grade. Sessions will be similar to a camp situation, where basic basketball skills and fundamentals are practiced the first couple of weeks with inter-squad games to follow. A t-shirt is included in the fee. Students may ride Bus #5 from Reede Gray to the RACC. JAN 6 - FEB 13 Ross Nachreiner, Instructor FEE: $25.00 (after 12/26/13 - $30) NO BASKETBALL ON 1/20/14 Girls - Grades 2-4 • Tuesdays............................. 4:30-5:30 p.m. • Thursdays............................ 4:30-5:30 p.m. Boys/Girls - Grades K-1 • Mondays.............................. 3:20-4:20 p.m. • Tuesdays............................. 3:20-4:20 p.m. Boys - Grades 2-4 • Mondays.............................. 4:30-5:30 p.m. • Thursdays............................ 3:20-4:20 p.m. REDWOOD AREA Traveling Soccer Traveling soccer is back to celebrate it’s 13th season here in Redwood Falls. Soccer players compete at the Rec-Plus Level through the Minnesota Youth Soccer Ass’n. and play teams from the Southern Minnesota Soccer Alliance. The program teaches basic soccer concepts and skills, develops self-confidence, and emphasizes fair play, healthy competition, and fun. Boys and girls ages 7-16 and their parents are invited to attend the meeting. Teams will play a minimum of 8 games and attend a minimum of one tournament. Monday, February 3 6:15 p.m. PARENT/PLAYER INFORMATION MEETING Registration and equipment swap will be included at the meeting. Held in the RACC Conference Room Join the Fun! Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 10 - RAYBA: Redwood Area Youth Baseball Association Annual Meeting and Registration will be Sunday, February 16th at 6:00 pm at the RACC RAYBA is a youth baseball organization that offers traveling baseball to youth ages 7 (coach pitch) through 13 years of age. Teams will travel for league (if one is available) as well as tournament play. Any questions, visit our website at: www.redwoodfallsbaseball.com FREE THROW CONTEST January 12th, 2014 The St. Catherine’s Knights of Columbus, in conjunction with the Redwood Falls City Recreation Department, is sponsoring a FREE THROW CONTEST for boys and girls ages 10-14 on Sunday, January 12th, 2014, in the TLV Gymnasium. Registration is from 12:00-12:30 p.m., with competition beginning at 12:45 p.m. Competition is free of charge to all participants. Enter by using the Fieldhouse doors. INDOOR Golfing/Batting Cage No more hitting foam golf balls into a net or taking 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 double cage. It 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 www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  11. 11. Youth Associations & Activities Cardinal Winter TENNIS LESSONS INSTRUCTOR: Jeremy Robinson SESSION DATES: January 11, 18, 25, February 15, 22, March 1, 15 * Camp held in the RACC Fieldhouse Courts 2 & 3 Cardinal Winter Tennis Lessons will offer a great off season workout to girls and boys in grades 4-12 9:00 - 10:00 AM 10:00 - 12:00 pm 4th - 7th graders will work on skill building drills that will include serving, serve receive, volleying and net play on the indoor courts in the fieldhouse. FEE: $20 8th -12th graders will be put into a match play format league where they will get a chance to play individuals or doubles tennis. FEE: $15 “Winter Sparkle” D Saturday, Jan. 25 & Saturday, February 1 in the RVHS Gymnasium Friday, Feb 7: Dress rehearsal from 5:15-6 pm in RACC Fieldhouse Friday, Feb 7: Performances at half-times of girl’s varsity & boy’s varsity games which start at 6 & 7 pm respectively. “Winter Sparkle” Mini Camp: 10-10:45 am Girls ages 3,4,5 - not in Kindergarten - Cost: $24 A special camp for pre-school girls that will include basic dance elements and dance games. A short routine will be learned that will be a part of the February 7 half-time performances. A lot of fun and learning! Instructor: Ramona Larson “Winter Sparkle” Junior Camp: 10:45-11:45 am Girls in grades K-2 - Cost: $32 “Winter Sparkle” Intermediate Camp: Noon - 1:00 pm Girls in grades 3-6 - Cost: $32 Get ready for some fun as you learn dance skills, combinations and a routine to perform at the February 7 RVHS Boys and Girls Basketball Douible-Header halftimes! Students of all levels can participate. Check the RACC website for any updated information of the week of Feb. 3. Instructor: Ramona Larson Costume: Participants will wear the 2013 Summer Dance Camp top with black shorts or black/pink zebra shorts AND silver pom poms. Those who participated in the Summer Dance Camps already have this costume. Those who did not participate will need to bring $19 to Ramona Larson the first day of Dance Camp for the top and silver pom poms. Provide your own black shorts. Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 11 - A N C E C A M P S www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  12. 12. Adult Associations & Activities Adult Activities Redwood Falls Softball Association The Redwood Falls Softball Association will be holding its annual meeting at the Redwood Area Community Center on: April 3, 2014 6:30 p.m. Anyone interested in playing, sponsoring, or managing a team is encouraged to attend. Leagues consists of church, men’s, women’s, and co-rec softball. Important items for the upcoming season will be discussed. OPEN HOCKEY WEDNESDAY NIGHTS in the RACC ARENA Ongoing through mid-March 8:15-9:45 p.m. Fee: Free for Members $5.00 Daily Fee for Non-members (15 day punch pass is also available) Adult open hockey is a time for adult hockey players (8th grade and older) to participate in pick-up games and scrimmages - it is NOT a league. The program has already started and will continue through mid-March. All participants MUST check in at the front desk each night they participate. DROP-IN BASKETBALL 12:00-1:00 at RACC Fieldhouse Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide 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 • 9:00-9:45 a.m. December 18 • January 15 February 12 • March 19 The Drop-In Basketball program is offered to both RACC members and nonmembers. There is no obligation, just stop by the Community Center at noon on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and join in. It's a great way to stay in shape and sharpen your basketball skills! Fee: Members - Free Non members - $5.00 (15 day punch pass is also available) - 12 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  13. 13. Adult Activities Weather Hotline: 507-644-2335 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 Jan. 6 - March 28 Jan. 6 - March 28 Jan. 6 - Feb. 12 Jan. 7 - Feb. 13 Jan. 7 - March 27 Jan. 7 - Feb. 13 Mon., Wed., Fri. Mon., Wed., Fri. Mon. & Wed. Tues. & Thurs. Tues. & Thurs. Tues. & Thurs. Mon. & Wed. 5:30 am. 6:30 am. 7:00 pm. 7:00 pm. 12:10 pm. 8:00 pm. 8:00 pm. Instructor: Instructor: Instructor: Instructor: Instructor: Instructor: Instructor: Bruce Kaardal Polly Bowen Bruce Kaardal $140 $140 Fitness Class $55 Polly Bowen/Bruce Kaardal $55 Bruce Kaardal $95 Bruce Kaardal $55 Bruce Kaardal Fitness Classes $55 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 Jan. 6 - Feb. 12 (Limited space available - 7 bikes per class) Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide YOGA LATES 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. WINTER/SPRING SESSION: January 6 - April 23 MUST USE PUNCH CARD ONLY Class Size: Min. 6 • INSTRUCTOR: Jerilyn Kodet - 13 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  14. 14. Help Wanted SEASONAL HELP WANTED REDWOOD FALLS CITY RECREATION DEPARTMENT Applications are available at www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com or can be picked up at the Community Center Customer Service Counter Soccer Instructors • Soccer Referees Youth Baseball/Softball/T-Ball Coaches Program Assistants • Hershey Track Instructor Gymnastics Instructor • Archery Instructor Pay scale ranges from $7.50 - $10.00 per hour depending on experience and position. Spring/Summer Activities have an Application Deadline of: 2/28/14 HELP WA NTED at the Redwood Falls Outdoor Aquatic Center POOL CASHIERS and CONCESSIONS POOL MA NAGERS $9.50/hr + based on experience Required: Certifications in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, Water Safety Instructor, CPR and First Aid, prior pool experience, and must be 18 years old by first day of season. Desired Qualifications: Certification in American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR and First Aid Instructor. (Approx. 12 weeks) $7.50/hr + based on experience Desired Qualifications: Certified in American Red Cross CPR and First Aid. WATER SA FETY INSTRUCTOR (swimming lessons instructor) $8.50/hr + based on experience ASS’T. POOL MA NAGERS $8.75/hr + based on experience Required: Certifications in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, Water Safety Instructor, CPR and First Aid, prior pool experience, and must be 18 years old by first day of season. (6 weeks of lessons + inservice time) Required: Certifications in American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, CPR and First Aid. Contact Tim with questions: 644-2333 LIFEGUARD $8.00/hr + based on experience & add’l certifications (12 weeks + service time, regular and part time positions available). Required: Certifications in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, Water Safety Instructor, CPR and First Aid. Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide PICK-UP/DROP OFF A PPLICATIONS at RACC - 14 - Application Deadlines: January 31: Managers, Assistant Managers February 28: Lifeguards, Water Safety Instructors and Cashiers www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  15. 15. Parks & Recreation Special Events Parks & Recreation Department Open House Sunday, December 1 4-7 p.m. ALL WELCOME ~ FREE ~ Open Skating with Skate Rentals Inflatable Fun 45’ Sports Obstacle Course Sports Bounce House • Funny Farm Slide Friends of the Park Display Booth Playground & Food Food provided by Tersteegs, Pizza Ranch, Road House Bar & Grill Join us for family fun time! Winter 2013-14 Programming Guide - 15 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  16. 16. fR e City o RACC REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER tment par De rks & Re Falls Pa crea ood tio n dw 901 Cook Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 Wedding Receptions, Dances and Groom’s Dinners HOLIDAY GATHERINGS Also available for: Business Meetings, Conventions and Graduation Receptions The RACC has Seating for 10 to 400 Complete with Stage, Dance Floor, and Patio Alcohol Permitted No extra charge for setup. www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com