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  1. 1. www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Parks & Recr Falls eat ood io n e dw D fR ep RACC art City o ment REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER Like us on Facebook PROGRAM GUIDE Summer 2013
  2. 2. POOL PHONE 627-2777 Swimming Pool Info. More Swimming Pool Information on pages 14-16 Redwood Falls Aquatic Center AmenitiesZero DepthEntry Play AreaThe zero depth entry play area is a 3,986 sq.foot area that is loaded with wonderful play fea-tures for kids of all ages. A Tropical Fish KiddieSlide, a Multi Play System V, a dozen floor gey-sers, an interactive water table, and a set ofwater dump buckets greet you as you enter theAquatic Center. The depth of the water in thisarea ranges from 0” in the entry area to 3’ at itsdeepest end. Diving Area A three meter and one meter diving board as well as a 12’ Aquaclimb Climbing Wall challenge you as you enter the div- ing area. This area is a 1,560 sq. foot area that ranges in depth from 5’ to 12’. This area of the pool is open to adults and children who have passed level 2 swimming lessons. Plunge Area This area acts as the drop site for two 31’5” high slides. The first slide is a 42” Open Body Flume Slide that is 214’9” long with the second slide being a 32” Enclosed Body Flume Slide that is 143’4” long. Participants must be at least 48” tall to go down the slides by themselves or they must be accompanied by an adult. This area is 860 sq. feet and has a depth of 3’6”.Swimming & Lap Swim AreaThe 25 yard swimming area is a 3,292 sq. foot area with waterdepth ranging from 3’6” to 5’. This area of the pool is open toadults and children who have passed level 2 swimming lessons.Non-swimming children or children who do not meet thisrequirement must be in direct contact (within arms reach) withan adult or person/supervisor 15 years of age or older. This per-son/supervisor must be in the water with the child. Lily Pad Area The Lily Pad Walk is housed in a 355 sq. foot area with the water depth ranging from 3’6”-4’0”. The foam floatables which are anchored to the base of the pool serve as a movable challenge for the partic- ipants. Participants must be tall enough to reach the top cargo net so they can make it to the opposite side.Summer 2013 Programming Guide -2- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  3. 3. Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Mission Statement The mission of the Redwood Falls Parks and Recreation Department is to provide quality facilitiesand 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 recreationactivities. 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. RACC Hours MAY HOLIDAYS Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Good Friday ....................................Open Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Easter Saturday .....Close at 12:00 noon Sat. & Sun. ... Closed (rentals still available) Easter .......................................... Closed JUNE THROUGH AUGUST Memorial Day .............................. Closed Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Independence Day ...................... Closed Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Labor Day ................................... Closed Sat. & Sun. ... Closed (rentals still available) Thanksgiving Day ........................Closed SEPTEMBER Thanksgiving Friday ... 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Monday-Thurs. ..... 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Christmas Eve ........Close at 12:00 noon Friday ................... 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. ... Closed (rentals still available) Christmas Day ............................. Closed New Year’s Eve .........Close at 2:00 p.m. OCTOBER THROUGH APRIL New Year’s Day ............. 12:00-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday ....8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Martin Luther King Jr. Day ............ Open Saturday ...............8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Sunday ...............12:00 noon - 8:00 p.m. President’s Day .............................. Open 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.Summer 2013 Programming Guide -3- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  4. 4. ck it SUMMER Che ut SIGN UP o INFORMATION www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Online Registration begins April 8 th at 5:00 am Policies & Services are available on our website: www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com Youth Ride Passes Community Transit of Western Community Action is again offering a $30 unlimited monthly ride coupon for students up to 18 years old during the months of June, July and August. These coupons can be purchased through the Western Community Action office in Marshall. Just $30 per month, per student provides the peace of mind that kids arrive safely at all their summer activities, and relieves some of the stress of keeping up with busy summer schedules. Ride coupons are good for students to ride as often as they want during the month on all Community Transit busses. Rides must be prescheduled by calling between 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information or to schedule a ride, please call Community Transit at 1-888-658-2448 or 507-537-7628. LISTEN TO KLGR 1490 FOR CITY RECREATION AND RACC UPDATES EVERY TUESDAY AT 2:45 P.M. 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.comSummer 2013 Programming Guide -4- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  5. 5. Park Information TO RESERVE CAMPSITES & SHELTERS GO TO: www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com SHELTER RATES Ramsey Park• Beer Permits: ............. $25 per event Campground• 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 Without reservations shelters are taken 31 Sites with 50 amp electrical service, on a first-come, first-serve basis. restrooms and shower building. Each park shelter comes with 6 picnic tables, if the rental party would like more Campground: $20 + tax picnic tables a fee of $10.00 + tax will be charged per table. Tents: $15 + taxNOTE: 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 upafter your pet in all parks and on all city streets (City Code, Section 10.13 - misdemeanor). Please do not causechildren and others to suffer the embarrassment and aggravation of stepping or falling in pet waste. City of Redwood Falls Parks & Recreation Department NEW! 1, 2, 3 Come QUEST with Me at Alexander Ramsey Park Young children and grownup, enjoy this counting adventure around Alexander How to QUEST Ramsey Park. At 219 acres in size, Alexander Ramsey Park is the largest municipal park in the QUEST clues and maps, State of Minnesota. Termed as the “Little Yellowstone created by Parks and Rec. of Minnesota”. Find your clues and maps online at www.red- Staff, will help you discover woodareacommunitycenter.com or stop by the RACC the natural and cultural his- tory of Alexander Ramsey Park. At the end of the quest The QUEST ing is a hidden treasure box. Sign your name in the log- book, stamp this page, and return the box to its hiding season runs from Mid May – Mid September place.Summer 2013 Programming Guide -5- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  6. 6. Membership Rates PACKAGE 6 MONTH 6 MONTH 12 MONTH 12 MONTH Full Payment ACH Monthly Full Payment ACH Monthly Payment* 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! * DIRECT WITHDRAWL FROM CHECKING/SAVINGS ACCOUNT MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES: Walking and running track, open gym, open DAILY ADMISSION ice skating and fitness center. The membership rates will reflect the collab- (Sales Tax Included) 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 Category Price times that portions of the center will be unavailable for use due to commu- nity events, tournaments, or a rental Senior Citizen $4.00 Student $4.00 FEE FOR LOST MEMBERSHIP CARD $10 + sales tax Adult $5.00 Senior: Ages 60 & Up • Individual: Ages 19-59 Family $15.00 Student: Ages 6-18 or College Student Ages 18-22 with a valid college ID PUNCH PASS Couple: Ages 19-59 includes spouse or domestic (Sales Tax Included) partner or a parent and child under age of 18 (2 people both with the same address) Category Price Family: Includes spouse or domestic partner and Adult $60.00 dependant children in school up to age 18, (15 days of use) ALL with the same address. Families with more than 6 members will be charged $15 per each additional family Student/Senior $45.00 member. PCA’s (Personal Care Attendants) (15 days of use) will be treated like family members for memberships. THE REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER LOCKER ROOMS Men’s, women’s, and family locker rooms FITNESS CENTER DOES HAVE A 24/7 OPTION are available to suit the needs of everyone. The RACC Fitness Center is available 24/7. • 6-Month Rental Large .......................... $40.00 + tax The access card will also allow access into the Medium ....................... $20.00 + tax Fieldhouse 7 days a week from 5:00 - 8:00 a.m. • 12-Month Rental Please inquire at the RACC Large ........................... $80.00 + tax Customer Service Desk for more information. Medium ....................... $40.00 + taxSummer 2013 Programming Guide -6- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  7. 7. Rental Rates 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 $80/hour $100/hour $250 Non-Prime: April - Sept. $515/Day #1 • $415/Day #2 $600/Day #1 • $500/Day #2 Fieldhouse $120/hour $150/hour $250 Prime: October - March $625/Day #1 • $525/Day #2 $1000/Day #1 • $900/Day #2 Fieldhouse: One Court $20/hour $25/hour Track $250/4 hr. block $300/4 hr. block Arena*: Non-Ice Season $70/hour $90/hour $250 $415/Day #1 • $315/Day #2 $500/Day #1 • $400/Day #2 Arena*: Ice Season $95/hour $125/hour $250 $625/Day #1 • $525/Day #2 $900/Day #1 • $800/Day #2 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 CHARGELCD Projector * $60/day $60/day Phone Line * $15/day $15/dayLink Concessions $40/day $40/day Wedding Package . . . . . . . . $950.00 USER GROUP DESCRIPTIONS: Category A: City of Redwood Falls, Full room for 2 days, catering kitchen use, patio use, ISD 2897 and their ancillary table and chair setup/takedown, and linens. organizations. No damage deposit required. Category B: Civic, charitable, service clubs, and other ARENA BILLBOARDS governmental organizations. Category C: Private individuals, ARE AVAILABLE organizations, or businesses Ask for details at the RACC courtesy counter. 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.Summer 2013 Programming Guide -7- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  8. 8. RACC Membership Special Membership Special Buy a punch pass and receive 5 free punches. APRIL & MAY “Spring Fever” Limit 2 per person. Silver Sneakers Program SilverSneakers® Muscular Strength FREE to All Ages! and SilverSneakers® Range of Movement Yoga Stretch Class Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to Yoga Stretch will move your whole body increase muscular strength, through a complete series of seated and range of movement, and activity standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, to safely perform a variety of postures elastic tubing with handles, and a ball designed to increase flexibility, balance and are offered for resistance, and a chair is range of movement. Restorative breathing used for seated and/or standing support. exercises and a final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Classes held Classes held Friday Monday & Wednesday Call for Times Call for Times RACC Health Programs HELP WANTED AT THE REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER SOCCER INSTRUCTORS • FLAG FOOTBALL COACHES RINK ATTENDANTS • VOLLEYBALL INSTRUCTORS TUMBLING/GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR Pay scale ranges from $7.50 - $12.00 per hour depending on experience and position. Application Deadline: August 31, 2013 www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.comSummer 2013 Programming Guide -8- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  9. 9. RACC Fitness Center & TrainersFitness AssessmentYour 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.usFitness 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, 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 POLLY BOWEN more information regarding this, please call us at 644-2333. RACC Special Activities Indoor Golfing/Batting Cage Need a great off-season workout? 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 sep- REDWOOD AREA arate groups at one time as it is a double cage. The cage is locat- MULTI-SKATE PARK ed on the south side of Fieldhouse Court #3. Call ahead and reserve the court today! Hours: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm (Weather Pending) Fee: Adult $5.00 • Students $4.00 • Members FreeSummer 2013 Programming Guide -9- www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  10. 10. 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 BIRTHDAY SUPREME EXTREME $105.00 + tax $85.00 + 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) • Use of Children’s Programming Room (2 hrs.)• Pizza (two large pizzas - see menu option) • Soda (includes two 2-liter bottles)• Party Accessories (plates, napkins, forks, cups, candles) • Party Accessories (plates, napkins, forks, cups, candles)• Ice Cream Birthday Cake • Ice Cream Birthday Cake• Free use of RACC: basketball, wiffleball, climbing • Free use of RACC: basketball, wiffleball, climbing wall, open skating with skate rental, batting cages, wall, open skating with skate rental, batting cages, Nintendo Wii’s, etc. Nintendo Wii’s, etc.• Decorations may be brought in (please see decorating • Decorations may be brought in (please see decorating policy) policy)• Cost is for groups up to nine (additionall fee for more than 9) • Cost is for groups up to nine (additional fee for more than 9)• Use of indoor playground for children ages 7 & • Use of indoor playground for children ages 7 & under is available. under is available.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 10 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  11. 11. POOL PHONE 627-2777 Swimming Pool Info. GREAT THINGS at the Redwood Falls Aquatic Center Pool may be scheduled Monday through Sunday Parties Pool parties Jr. Lifeguard in 1½ hour increments (availability depends on date, time, and staff). The fee is $125.00, plus $3.00 per person. Pool staff are not Class (#P01) responsible for children outside of the Aquatic Center. We require This is an opportunity for boys and a responsible adult to be present throughout the pool party to help girls who have passed Level 6 monitor the participants and see that guests get home safely. swimming lessons, but are not old enough to enter lifeguard training. Private Lessons Activities in this program will include lifeguard skill building and Fee: $18.00 for each half hour session personal swimming skill enhance- Swimmers are encouraged to participate in regularly ment. For job shadowing opportu- scheduled group lessons. Private lessons are available at the pool nities please contact Tim for more if you meet one of the following criteria: 1) certified instructor’s information at 507-644-2333. recommendation; 2) special adaptations which need to be docu- Monday, Wednesday, Friday mented. Final decisions regarding this will be made at the discre- July 22 - August 9 tion of the pool manager. 9:00-9:50 am • Fee: $40 (Min. 6) Aqua Fitness Class and Lap Swim Fitness Class Season Pass......................................................................... $100.00 Lap Swim Package....................................................................................... $60.00 Aqua Fitness/Lap Swim Punch Pass - 12 punches......................................... $36.00 The perfect class for finding success in a fitness routine. All activities in this class are completed in the water. Your body joints do not suffer undue stress, yet every movement requires you to fight through the resistance of the water. You do not need to know how to swim to participate in this class, but you should not be afraid of the water. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday June 10 - August 15 • 8:30-9:15 p.m. • Class size: Min. 6 Dive Into Summer Fun $72 * - non Girl Scouts with Swim Team! Work with experienced coaches to improve your strokes and learn new (extra $12 is for G.S. Registration which includes skills at your own pace. No Girl Scout experience required. Girls must liability insurance) be able to swim 25 yards. Teams practice 2-3 hours a week at the local pool. Meets usually occur once a week. Compete against girls in your $60 * - registered own age bracket. Girls will receive swim caps. Ribbons are earned at Girl Scouts every meet. June 10 - July 27 • ALL girls grades K-12 *Financial Assistance Available. Practice Dates and Times TBD Questions? Contact Heather Ballman or Brenda Skrove at 800-845-0787 or SwimTeam@girlscoutsrv.orgSummer 2013 Programming Guide - 11 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  12. 12. POOL PHONE 627-2777 Swimming Pool Info.SWIMMING INSTRUCTION SCHEDULE SWIMMINGNOTE: When necessary, pre-testing will be done the first two days of each session to INSTRUCTORSinsure correct levels. Anyone interested in knowing what level to register for, pleasecall the RACC. FOR ALL SESSIONS: Week 1 will be Monday-Thursday, with a make-up All swimming instructorsday on Friday; and Week 2 will be Monday-Thursday with a make-up day on Friday (see are Red Cross certifiedinformation below for more details). CLASS FEES for levels 2-6 are based on eight 50- instructors andminute swim sessions. Class fees for level 1 and tiny tots are based on hold current certificateseight 30-minute swim sessions. If we hold a class with less than sevenstudents, the manager reserves the option to reduce the total class in CPR and First Aidhours, or to combine classes together. SESSION ONE • JUNE 17-27 9:00-9:50 a.m. Levels 6 (P02), 5 (P03), 4 (P04) 10:00-10:50 a.m. Levels 4 (P05), 3 (P06), 2 (P07) 11:00-11:50 a.m. Levels 4 (P08), 3 (P09), 2 (P10) 11:00-11:30 a.m. Level 1A (P11) IF CLASS IS POSTPONED 11:30-12:00 noon Level 1B (P12) due to the weather 12:00-12:30 p.m. Level 1C (P13) make-up dates 12:30-1:20 p.m. Levels 3 (P14), 3 (P15), 2 (P16), 2 (P17) will be held on June 21 & 28 12:30-1:00 p.m. Level 1D (P18) at the same time as the regularly 5:00-5:50 p.m. Level 2 (P19) scheduled class. 5:00-5:30 p.m. Tiny Tots (1½ years - 4½ years)* (P20) * An adult must accompany the child in the water. 5:30-6:00 p.m. Level 1E (P21) SESSION TWO • JULY 8-18 9:00-9:50 a.m. Levels 6 (P22), 5 (P23), 4 (P24) 10:00-10:50 a.m. Levels 5 (P25), 4 (P26), 3 (P27), 2 (P28) 11:00-11:50 a.m. Levels 4 (P29), 3 (P30), 2 (P31) IF CLASS IS 11:30-12:00 noon Level 1A (P32) POSTPONED due to the 12:00-12:30 p.m. Level 1B (P33) weather make-up dates 12:30-1:00 p.m. Level 1C (P34) will be held on July 12 & 19 12:30-1:20 p.m. Levels 4 (P35), 3 (P36), 2 (P37), 2 (P38) at the same time as the regularly 5:00-5:30 p.m. Tiny Tots (1½ years - 4½ years)* (P39) scheduled class. * An adult must accompany the child in the water. 5:00-5:50 p.m. Levels 2 (P40), 3 (P41) 5:30-6:00 p.m. Level 1D (P42) SESSION THREE • JULY 29 - AUGUST 8 10:00-10:50 a.m. Levels 5 (P43), 4 (P44), 3 (P45), 2 (P46) 11:00-11:50 a.m. Levels 6 (P47), 4 (P48), 3 (P49), 2 (P50) IF CLASS IS 11:30-12:00 noon Level 1A (P51) POSTPONED 12:00-12:30 p.m. Level 1B (P52) due to the weather 12:30-1:00 p.m. Level 1C (P53) make-up dates will be held on 12:30-1:20 p.m. Levels 3 (P54), 2 (P55), 2 (P56) August 2 & 9 5:00-5:50 p.m. Level 2 (P57) at the same time as the regularly 5:00-5:30 p.m. Tiny Tots (1½ years - 4½ years)* (P58) scheduled class. * An adult must accompany the child in the water. 5:30-6:00 p.m. Level 1D (P59)Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 12 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  13. 13. POOL PHONE 627-2777 Swimming Pool Info.SWIMMING POOL HOURS LIFEGUARD TRAINING The regular full schedule will begin on May June 10-14 (P60) 24th (subject to change). Listen to KLGR or join us on Facebook for special announce- Fee: $100 For those applying at the RFACments regarding the pool schedule. The closure date will Fee: $175 For all othersdepend on staff availability. Dates are subject to change due to the weather. MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Scheduled Lessons 12:00-12:30 p.m. (12-1 on non-swimming lesson weeks) Lap Swimming 12:30-1:20 p.m. Scheduled Lessons 1:30-4:30 p.m. OPEN SWIMMING 4:30-6:00 p.m. Lessons / Miscellaneous Pool Activities 6:15-8:15 p.m. OPEN SWIMMING 8:30-9:15 p.m. Aqua Fitness / Lap Swimming (2-3 lanes) 8:30-10:00 p.m. Available for Pool Parties FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Available for Pool Parties (Saturday) 1:30-8:00 p.m. OPEN SWIMMING (Friday*) 1:30-7:00 p.m. OPEN SWIMMING (Saturday & Sunday) 7:30-9:00 p.m. Available for Pool Parties (Saturday & Sunday) 8:30-10:00 p.m. Available for Pool Parties (Friday) * Friday Schedule is subject to change if make-up lessons are needed. SEASON PASS FEES 2013 LESSON FEES Swim Lessons Private Lessons Family $130.00 + tax (Levels 2-6) $18.00 Includes spouse or domestic part- $35.00 1/2 hour lesson ner & dependant children - ALL with 50 minute lesson same address. Families with more then 6 members will be charged $15.00 per each additional family Tiny Tots Lap Swimming member. PCAS (Personnel Care (2-4½ years old) for the Season Attendants) will be treated like fam- $30.00 $50.00 for season ily members for memberships. 30 minute lesson (or) $4.00 per day Individual $70.00 + tax Level One Junior Lifeguard $30.00 $40.00 30 minute lesson PUNCH PASS FEES (sales tax is not included) 10 Punches $40.00 INDIVIDUAL DAILY RATE FEES - PER VISIT 20 Punches $70.00 $5.00 $3.00 40 Punches $120.00 (3 & older) (spectator only)Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 13 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  14. 14. SUMMER Youth Activities YOUTH BASEBALL & SOFTBALL GRADE REQUIREMENTS ARE BASED ON GRADE CHILD IS GOING INTO THE 2013-14 SCHOOL YEAR Have an enjoyable time developing the fundamentals and skills of baseball & softball. Practices and games will be held Monday thru Thursday (occasion- al Friday) with an assortment of night games scheduled. Teams will meet approximately 2-3 times per week. The season will run from June 3rd thru July 25th. Sign-up deadline will be Friday, May 10th as we would like to have the schedules posted by Thursday, May 23rd. Registrants signed up after this date will be put on a wait- ing list and will be put on a team ONLY if there are openings, SO SIGN UP EARLY! Rosters and schedules will be posted at the RACC and on-line by Thursday, May 23rd at 5:00 p.m. PEANUTS LEAGUe (Y01) 9:00-10:00 a.m. national league Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade (Girls)........................ $35.00 baseball (Y03) $40 after 5/10/13 • $45 after 5/23/13 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 5th, 6th & 7th grade .................................. $40.00 In the ‘Peanuts League’ players will have the $45 after 5/10/13 • $50 after 5/23/13 option to hit off a tee or have a coach pitch to them. League will stress getting outs more The game will take an even more advanced look at than scoring runs. Introduction to the basics making relays, double plays, and specialization. of the sport will be the key to success. Boys The natural ability of this level will carry the and girls will be on combined teams. game to all levels except for stealing. Players will start specializing in certain positions including American league pitching. All other baseball rules will apply. baseball (Y02) GIRLS softball (Y04) 10:10-11:20 a.m. 10:10-11:20 a.m. 2nd, 3rd & 4th Grade........................... $40.00 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Grade.......................... $40.00 $45 after 5/10/13 • $50 after 5/23/13 $45 after 5/10/13 • $50 after 5/23/13 Coaches will provide advanced practice on all Coaches will provide advanced practice on all the the basics of the game. Advanced skills of basics of the game. Advanced skills of fielding, fielding, making plays, and advancing runners making plays, and advancing runners will be will be refined. Players may start specializ- refined. Players may start specializing in certain ing in certain positions including the kids positions. Depending on players, a coach may pitching. pitch or a pitching machine will be used. TAE KWON DO (Y05) This class is offered to boys & girls/men & women (ages 7 & up). Learn the basic skills of Tae Kwon Do. The class will include stretching exercises and learning the techniques for basic punches and kicks. Youth age 6 will be accepted upon approval of parents and instructor. 5th Degree Black Belt Instructor, Rich Seavert 3rd Degree Black Belt Instructor, Cindy Gunderson MONDAYS & THURSDAYS: JULY 8-25 (6:00-7:00 p.m.) Classes held at the RACC • Fee: $20.00 • Min.: 8 / Max: 25Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 14 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  15. 15. SUMMER Youth Activities CARDINAL FOOTBALL CAMP Head RVHS Football Coach Matt Lundeen is offering a skill enhance- ment camp for boys and girls entering Kindergarten through 7th grade. Camps are geared to teach athletes the fundamentals of football and to develop a love for the sport. Pads are not worn during camp, there- fore there is no tackling! Cost includes a Cardinal football. Lead Instructor: Matt Lundeen Held at the RVHS Football Practice Field Fee: $28 • Min.: 10 / Max.: Open • May 6, 7, 8: Currently in Grades 4, 5, 6 (Y06) ........................................................... 3:30-5:00 p.m. • August 5, 6, 7: Entering Grades K-4 (Y07) .............................................................. 10:00-11:30 a.m. CARDINAL VOLLEYBALL CAMP Girls entering 1st-9th grade will learn and practice the basic skills of power volleyball. Skills that are emphasized will be: setting, serving, bumping, and hitting. Fee includes camp t-shirt. Min. 10 / Max. Open Grades 1-3 (Y08) 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. ........................... $25.00 - $5.00 late fee after 5/20/13 Grades 4-6 (Y09) 1:00-2:30 p.m. ........................................ $30.00 - $5.00 late fee after 5/20/13 Grades 7-9 (Y10) 8:30-11:00 a.m. ...................................... $30.00 - $5.00 late fee after 5/20/13 Lead Instructor: Laura Miller June 10, 11, 12 • RVHS/MS Gymnasium SUMMER GYMNASTICS Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday • June 11-July 25 (NO CLASSES JULY 2-4) 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: 18 Level One - Tumbling Tots (Y11) Level Three - Summer-Saulters (Y13) 4:00 - 4:30 pm ........................................ $35 5:10-5:40pm ........................................... $35 This class is for boys and girls ages 4-6 that are first time This class is for boys and girls ages 6 on up who have par- participants or those with limited gymnastics experience. ticipated in gymnastics classes and are able to perform No (or minimal) skills required to be in this class. cartwheels, backbends/bridges. Level Four - Rock-its & Rollers (Y14) Level Two - Tiny Twisters (Y12) 5:45-6:30 pm .......................................... $50 4:35-5:05 pm .......................................... $35 These classes are designed for boys and girls ages 6 on up This class is for boys and girls ages 4-8 with limited gym- and are intended for those that can and want to work on nastics experience. Participants should have experience more advanced skills such as round-offs, back walk-overs, doing forward rolls, bridges, and handstands. and back handsprings.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 15 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  16. 16. SUMMER 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. The Academy is designed for those gymnasts that have prior gym- nastics experience. To participate in the intermediate group participants must be able to do a round off back-handspring on their own. 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 Min. Class Size: 8 participants Session 1: April 29-May 16 Beginners (3:30-4:30 pm) (Y15) ................................................. $45.00 Intermediate (4:15-6:00 pm) (Y16) ............................................. $72.00 Class schedule will be posted on-line by April 17. Registration deadline: April 24 *Session 2: May 28-June 14 Beginners (8:30-9:30 am or 12:30-1:30 pm) (Y17) ...................... $45.00 Intermediate (9:15-11:00 am or 1:15-3:00 pm) (Y18) .................. $77.00 Class schedule will be posted on-line by May 15. Registration deadline: May 22 *Session 3: June 24-July 26 Beginners (8:30-9:30 am or 12:30-1:30 pm) (Y19) ...................... $60.00 Intermediate (9:15-11:00 am) (Y20) ........................................... $96.00 Class schedule will be posted on-line by June 11. Registration deadline: June 18 Session 4: August 19-September 13 Beginners (3:30-4:30 pm) (Y21) ................................................. $60.00 Intermediate (4:15-6:00 pm) (Y22) ............................................. $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) (Y23) ................................................. $60.00 Intermediate (4:15-6:00 pm) (Y24) ............................................. $96.00 Class schedule will be posted on-line by September 9. Registration deadline: September 16 * High School aged students may register for Sessions 2 and 3. Other times are available by contacting Coach Wilson.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 16 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  17. 17. SUMMER Youth Activities JUNIOR GOLF LESSONSJunior Golf Lessons are an introductory program to the sport of golf.Lessons will be available to kids ages 6-18 and will include learning thebasic and advanced skills of chipping, putting, driving, as well as courseetiquette. Lessons will be held at the RVHS Driving Range, located eastof the Football Stadium and Track & Field. Instructor: Eric Hildreth Fee: $25.00 • Class Size: 5 Min. / Max. Open Session 1: (Y25) .....................8:00-9:00 a.m. Thursdays • June 13, 20, 27 Session 2: (Y26) .....................8:00-9:00 a.m. Thursdays • July 11, 18, 25 Redwood Falls is happy to announce that they are a “Sticks for Kids” community. Due to a grant from the NRPA, the Redwood Falls Recreation Department has received 11 sets of clubs for use by participants in its golf program. Reserve your set today at the RACC. c a r d i n a l d a n c e c amp s Get ready for some fun as you learn dance skills, combinations and a routine to perform at a Cardinal football game! Students of all levels can participate. A large group rehearsal for the Junior and Intermediate camps will be Thursday, August 15 from 10:30-11:30am and another large-group rehears- al will be held on the football field prior to the performance. Football game and practice date will be determined the second week of August. Classes will be held in the RACC Fieldhouse. Lead Instructor: Ramona Larson • Registration Deadline: 7/30/13 Cardinal Kick-Off (Y27) Cardinal Kick-Off (Y28) Junior Dance Camp Intermediate Dance Camp Girls going into grades K-2 Girls going into grades 3-6 Cost: $45 includes t-shirt for football game performance Cost: $45 includes t-shirt for football game performance August 13, 14, 15 • 10:00-11:00 a.m. August 13, 14, 15 • 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Cardinal Kick-Off Mini Dance Camp (Y29) A special camp for pre-school girls that will include basic dance elements and dance games. A short routine will be learned and presented the last day of class at 12:20pm. A lot of fun and learning! Classes will be held in the RACC Fieldhouse. Girls ages 3,4,5 - not going into Kindergarten Cost: $20 August 13,14,15 • Noon - 12:30 p.m.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 17 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  18. 18. SUMMER Youth ActivitiesCARDINAL GIRLSBASKETBALL CAMPSCardinal girls basketball coach Trevor Wittwer wouldlike to invite girls who want to improve their ability toplay organized basketball. Camp will include funda-mental skill development, as well as advanced gameskills. Sessions will take place in the high school gym. Lead Instructor: RVHS Head Coach Trevor Wittwer RVHS Gymnasium Fee includes a camp t-shirt. Min.: 10 / Max.: Open • June 3-6Grades K-2 (Y30) .......................1:15-2:15 p.m. CARDINAL BOYS $25.00 - $5.00 late fee after 5/16/13 BASKETBALL CAMPGrades 3-5 (Y31) ....................... 2:30-4:00 p.m. Cardinal Basketball Coach Markus Okeson would $30.00 - $5.00 late fee after 5/16/13 like to invite you to attend the Redwood Valley Boys Basketball Camp. Camps are designed to developGrades 6-9 (Y32) ..................... 8:30-10:30 a.m. individual and team skills in areas of shooting, ball- $35.00 - $5.00 late fee after 5/16/13 handling, defense, and rebounding. Along with these basic skills, campers will learn to develop a positive attitude and self-discipline while playing the game. Lead Instructor: RVHS Head Coach Mark Okeson RVHS Gymnasium Fee includes a camp t-shirt. Min.: 10 / Max.: Open • June 24-27 Grades K-2 (Y33) .......................1:15-2:15 p.m. $25.00 - $5.00 late fee after 6/5/13 Grades 3-5 (Y34) ....................... 2:30-4:00 p.m. $30.00 - $5.00 late fee after 6/5/13 Grades 6-9 (Y35) ..................... 9:00-11:00 a.m. $35.00 - $5.00 late fee after 6/5/13 RAMSEY PARK JUNIOR RANGERS Junior Rangers is an outdoor program for children to learn about all the environ- ment has to offer. Some class activities include learning how to canoe, fish, and take care of the zoo animals. Children will also learn about everything that con- tributes to parks, such as trees, flowers, bugs, birds, fish, campsite setup, park rangers, water quality, pollution and more. All participants will meet at the lower shelter across from the zoo on the first day. Activities may be planned at other sites within Redwood Falls. (Min.: 9 / Max.: 12) Lead Instructor: Polly Bowen Fee: $40.00 • Boys & Girls Grades 1-4 Mon.-Thurs., JUNE 3-13 • Session One: (Y36) ............10:15-11:45 a.m. Mon.-Thurs., JULY 15-25 • Session Two: (Y37) .......... 10:15-11:45 a.m. • Session Three: (Y38) ............5:00-6:30 p.m.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 18 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  19. 19. SUMMER Youth Activities SPORTS of SORTS (Y39) Join us for an afternoon of fun and games. Activities will include frisbee golf tournaments, bocce ball, basketball, kickball, bean bags, and much more. Watch for a complete schedule at the RACC. Boys and girls in grades 3-7 are invited to attend. Held near the Aquatic Center. Lead Instructor: City Rec. Staff Tuesdays & Thursdays: June 11 - July 18 (NO CLASS JULY 2 & 4) • 1:30-2:45 p.m. $2 per session or $15 for the summer • Min. 10 / Max. Open LACROSSE 101 Join the Craze!! Lacrosse is taking the state by storm. Lacrosse 101 will introduce the basic fundamentals and skills of Lacrosse. Class sessions will introduce positions, faceoffs, passing, catching, shooting basics, basic offense and defensive sets, and will include an intro to goal tending. All equipment is provided. Monday-Friday: June 3-7 (Y40) The Chute Offensive Boys & Girls Ages 10-18 ..............6:00-7:30 p.m. Skills Academy Instructor: Dan Paur Former member of the St. Johns University Staff from the Chute Basketball Academy will be Lacrosse Team & Empire Lacrosse League Player here to work on Offensive Player Development. Points of emphasis during the camp will include Classes to be held at the RACC proper shooting technique, footwork and offensive Fee: $20 • Min. 8 / Max. Open moves, ball skills, and precision passing skills. Registration fee includes a camp t-shirt. Redwood Valley High School June 17th & 18th $60.00 ($10 late fee after 5/15/13) GIRLS & BOYS (Y41) 8:30-11:30 a.m. ................. 9th-12th Grade GIRLS (Y42) 12:30-3:30 p.m. ................... 4th-8th Grade INTRODUCTION TO ARCHERY The Redwood Falls Archery Program is back. Class will include learning archery safety, proper technique, and shooting form. Shooting in the class will include target archery, 3D archery, and bow hunting. Equipment will be provided. Thursdays: August 1, 8, 15 at the RACC FEE: $18.00 • Min.: 6 / Max.: 16 Beginners S1 ........................................... 5:45-6:45 p.m. (Y43) Inter./Advanced S1 .................................. 6:50-7:50 p.m. (Y44)Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 19 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  20. 20. SUMMER Youth Activities Giggles Games and Kids will keep busy playing cooperative games that are non-competitive during this class. Games will be played indoors and outdoors. The class will include lots of large muscle activ- ity and will incorporate some music as well. Fee: $18.00 • Min. 8 / Max. 16 Boys & Girls 3-5 years old Instructors: Ann Tiffany & Pam Arentson Session 1: (Y45) Monday-Friday: June 3-7 MINI SPORTS CAMP 5:15-6:15 p.m. The Sports Mini Camp is a program designed for your 4 to 6 year old that provides the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports. Well cover the basics of kickball, t-ball, basketball, and soccer as well as having fun in other games and activities. This will be a great opportunity for your preschool- er and kindergartener to develop socially through interaction with other young participants. All classes held at the RACC with Lead Instructor Pam Arentson. Fee: $18 • Min. 8 / Max. 16 Instructor: Pam Arentson Boys & Girls Ages 4-6 All children must be 4 years of age by the time their camp session starts. June 10-14 (Y46) • Session 1: Mon.-Fri. (9:15-10:15 a.m.) July 15-19 (Y47) • Session 2: Mon. -Fri. (9:15-10:15 a.m.) MUSIC IN ME (Y48) We all have music inside of us! During this uplifting and creative time we will sing old familiar and also new tunes with the guitar, explore various musical and rhythm instruments, and learn to move our bodies to the beat. Come join the fun as we express ourselves through music! Instructor: Pam Arentson • Fee: $12.00 • Min. 8 / Max. 12 Boys & Girls: 4-6 years old • June 10-12 • 10:30-11:15 a.m.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 20 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  21. 21. SUMMER Youth Activities NATURE IS NEAT! Come explore, discover, examine, investigate, ponder, share, question, and most of all ENJOY the won- ders of nature! Much of the time our classroom will be outdoors and will involve hands-on activities. We will hike to the Redwood Valley Schools environmental learning center, and also plan to meet at the Lower Shelter in Ramsey Park one day. (Date TBD) Topics may include animals, birds, trees, pond life, insects, and plants and flowers. If your kids are curious and like science, fresh air, and sunshine, this class is for them! Meet at the Childrens Program-ming Room at the RACC. A complete schedule will be available the first day of class. Fee: $18.00 • Min: 8 / Max: 12 Boys & Girls 5-7 years old Instructors: Ann Tiffany & Pam Arentson Session 1: (Y49) ........................................................ June 3-7 Monday-Friday 8:30-9:30 a.m. Session 2: (Y50) ...................................................... July 22-26 Monday-Friday 8:30-9:30 a.m. KINDNESS COUNTS (Y51) How do your kids show kindness? Want your kids to be more kind to friends and family?!? Come and enjoy learning fun songs on how to show kindness, games used to encourage friendship, and crafts to tie it all together. There will be a short program at 10:30 on the final day. June 17-20 • 9:30-10:30 a.m. Boys and Girls Ages 4-6 Fee: $20.00 • Min. 10/ Max. Open RACC Children’s Programming Room Lead Instructors: Matt and Amber Lundeen SUNSHINE CAMP We cannot find a better way to spend an hour of a sun filled day than at Sunshine Camp. Well do a little bit of everything including stories, games, music, art, and movement. Class will be held in the Childrens Programming Room at the RACC. Instructors: Ann Tiffany & Pam Arentson Fee: $18.00 • Min. 8 / Max. 16 • Boys & Girls 3-5 years old Session 1: (Y52) ....................................... June 3-7 Monday-Friday 10:00-11:00 a.m. Session 2: (Y53) .................................... July 22-26 Monday-Friday 10:00-11:00 a.m.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 21 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  22. 22. SUMMER Youth Activities HERSHEY TRACK and HERSHEY TRACK FOR JUNIORS (Y54) Come run, jump, throw, and race your way to the finish line! Learn the basic skills of the standing long jump, sprinting, distance running, and the softball throw. This year’s program will be offered to boys and girls ages 6-14 and will be held at the Redwood Valley High School Track and Field. Participants ages 9-14 will have the opportunity to participate in the District 2 meet in Worthington on Saturday June 15 with winners advancing to the state meet on June 22 at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter; and the possibility of advancement to State and an all expense trip to the National Meet in Hershey, PA. Min. 10 / Max. Open Lead Instructor: City Rec Staff • Fee: $15.00 • Redwood Valley HS Track & Field MONDAYS & THURSDAYS: June 3 - June 20 (6:15-7:15 p.m.) YOUTH TENNIS LESSONS Youth Tennis Lessons are an excellent opportunity for youth to develop and enhance their tennis skills. Participants will have an opportunity to learn basic serve and volley techniques as well as playing the net and base line. Lead Instructor: City Rec Staff • Min. 6 / Max. 12 • Fee: $25.00 Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays • High School Courts SESSION ONE: JUNE 3-21 Beginners (Gr. 4-8) (Y55) ....................................................9:00-10:00 a.m. Advanced Beginners (Y56) ...............................................10:10-11:10 a.m. Beginners (Gr. 1-3) (Y57) .........................................11:20 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. SESSION TWO: JULY 8-26 Beginners (Gr. 4-8) (Y58) ................................................... 9:00-10:00 a.m. Advanced Beginners (Y59) ...............................................10:10-11:10 a.m. Beginners (Gr. 1-3) (Y60) ........................................ 11:20 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. CARDINAL TENNIS CAMP Cardinal Tennis Camp is an advanced tennis program that offers practices 2 times per week and may include traveling and playing other area players. Coaching this season is RVHS Head Coach Jeremy Robinson. Jeremy brings an abundance of coaching and playing experience to the program. Instructor: Jeremy Robinson • $25/session High School Courts • Tuesdays & Thursdays SESSION ONE: JUNE 11-27 Boys & Girls Grades 5-8 (Y61) .....................................8:30-9:45a.m. Boys & Girls Grades 9-12 (Y62) .................................9:45-11:00a.m. SESSION TWO: JULY 9-AUGUST 1 (NO CLASS: JULY 23 & 25) Boys & Girls Grades 5-8 (Y63) .....................................8:30-9:45a.m. Boys & Girls Grades 9-12 (Y64) .................................9:45-11:00a.m.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 22 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  23. 23. SUMMER Youth Activities DISTANCE RUNNING CAMP (Y65) Let’s “Head Further North to the Sticks” for our 12th Annual Distance Running Camp. Participant’s main focus at camp will be running, but will also include swimming, volleyball, and the whole camping experience. Hope to see you in stride at Cascade State Park! Fee: $100.00 INCLUDES FOOD, Who Can Attend? Any 7-12 Grade Student CAMPING, AND Min.: 15 / Max.: 30 TRANSPORTATION Lead Instructor: Shawn Cilek Tuesday, June 25 (leave at 8:00 a.m.) • Friday, June 28 (return around 8:00 p.m.) Associations & Clubs Redwood Area Basketball Association The Redwood Area Basketball Association (RABA) 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. REGISTRATION & SIGN-UP FALL 2013 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MAHLON MACE AT 507-637-3530 (H) or 507-430-4537 (C) Cardinal Youth 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 Registrations will will practice 2-3 nights a week and will play games on Saturdays as they will once again be in the Little 10 League. be accepted Fundamentals and developing an enjoyment of the game are at the RACC from the keys to a successful season. April 29-May 17 Interested in becoming a coach? Please talk to Coach Lundeen or Ross at the RACC. Fee: $50 will include use of We will open up registration once again in August if roster shoulder pads, helmet, sizes allow. Practices will begin Monday, August 19th. We will jersey, and pants. host a brief kick-off meeting and uniform fitting prior to starting with a date to be determined.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 23 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  24. 24. Special Summer Activity Ride Along and Join The Fun! Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals (Y66) Thursday, August 1 • Fee: $38.00 Fee Includes: Admission Ticket (upper deck behind home plate) and Coach Bus Transportation GRADES 3 - SENIOR ADULTS (Anyone younger must be accompanied by an adult.) Participants are reminded to bring a sack lunch. The bus will leave from the Community Center at 8:00 a.m. and return around 6:45 p.m. Registration Deadline is July 10th 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: Zumba, Body Toning & Core, Yogalates and Indoor CyclingSummer 2013 Programming Guide - 24 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  25. 25. 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) April 8 - June 28 Mon., Wed., Fri. 5:30 a.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $140 (A01) April 8 - May 17 Mon., Wed., Fri. 6:30 a.m. Instructor: Polly Bowen $75 (A02) April 8 - May 15 Mon. & Wed. 8:00 p.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $55 (A03) April 9 - May 16 Tues. & Thurs. 7:00 p.m. Instructor: Polly Bowen $55 (A04) April 9 - May 16 Tues. & Thurs. 8:00 p.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $55 (A05) April 9 - May 16 Tues. & Thurs. 12:10 p.m. Instructor: Bruce Kaardal $55 (A06) CREATE YOUR OWN CLASS Come to the RACC with a group of 4 and we will take care of the rest! RACC staff will work with you and our cycling staff to find a time that will work whether it is once, twice, or three times a week. Please stop at the RACC Customer Service Counter or contact Tim for more information.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 25 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  26. 26. JOIN A LEAGUE! CO-REC SAND REDWOOD VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE FALLS We will have a co-rec league for conventional six player teams on Thursday nights. Players must be 16 SOFTBALL years old or going into the 10th grade. ASSOCIATION PRELIMINARY ROSTERS AND LEAGUE FEES Due April 19 (roster limit - 12 players) FEE: $105 per team League begins May 9, 2013 ANNUAL MEETING The Redwood Falls Softball Association will be holding its annual meeting at the RACC on CO-REC FALL KICKBALL Go back to the playground days with kickball for ‘big’ April 4, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. kids. This is a friendly, self-officiated league that will Anyone interested in playing, sponsoring, or managing give participants the opportunity to get together with a team is encouraged to attend. Leagues consists of co- friends and have a fun time playing a game from the rec church, co-rec, and men’s softball. Important items past. Teams will typically be scheduled to play dou- for the upcoming season will be discussed. ble headers each league night. THURSDAY NIGHTSSOFTBALL LEAGUES August 29 - October 18Leagues are currently being formed for church co- Games will be played at Johnson & Westside Fieldsrec softball, as well as men’s and women’s slowpitch with first games starting at 6:30 p.m.teams. Anyone interested in playing, sponsoring, ormanaging a team is encouraged to call the Redwood FEE: $60 per teamArea Community Center at 644-2333. Team sign-up and fees are due August 16. Packets available July 15th• CHURCH LEAGUE: Starts May 20 Monday Nights CO-REC FALL SOFTBALL at Westside and Johnson Parks Here’s your last chance to get in a few games of soft- 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. ball before the winter season rolls in. This is a tradi- Rosters & League Fees due May 3 tional co-rec league following normal MSF/NSF rules.• MEN’S LEAGUE: Starts May 21 Teams will typically be scheduled to play double Tuesday Nights at Johnson Park headers each league night. Players must be in 9th 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. grade or older to participate. Rosters & League Fees due May 3 MONDAYS: August 26 - October 14• CO-REC LEAGUE: Starts June 12 (NO GAMES SEPTEMBER 2) Wednesday Nights at Games will be played at Johnson and Westside Westside & Johnson Parks fields with first games starting at 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. Rosters & League Fees due May 25 FEE: $205 Team sign-up and league fee due August 9 Packets available July 15thADULT TENNIS LEAGUE (A07)Adult tennis league will begin on Thursday, May ADULT GOLF LESSONS (A08)23rd. All adults 16 years and older, regardless of Ideal for all beginners looking for a fun, non-threaten-skill level, are encouraged to participate as appro- ing introduction to the game or for newer playerspriate leagues will be formed. Registration must be interested in reviewing the basic fundamentals of thecompleted by May 10th. Leagues are open to both game of golf. Participants will learn basic short game,women and men and are held at the RVHS Tennis full swing fundamentals, rules and course etiquette.Courts. Thursday’s are the scheduled league night, Sessions are available for beginning women andbut matches can be played anytime during the mixed beginners. Dacotah Ridge Golf Club is the hostweek if both players agree. site for this lesson series and all instruction will take FEE: $20.00 • League Begins: May 23rd place on the driving range and/or practice putting at the RVHS Tennis Courts green. Golf clubs will be available if needed. There is no golf on the course provided with this lesson series. NEED HELP MIXED BEGINNING GOLFER TUESDAYS: May 14, 21, 28, June 4, 11 FINDING A TEAM? 5:30-6:30 p.m. CALL THE RACC AT 644-2333! Fee: $60.00 • Min. 6 / Max. 10 Instructor: Eric HildrethSummer 2013 Programming Guide - 26 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  27. 27. Walk this Way... in Redwood Falls Join for only $15/individual $50 Parks & Recreation Gift Certificate to the walker with the most steps! In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. - John Muir *WHO * *WHEN* 2013 (8 wee ks ) Individ (no gr Ages uals w oups w 18 & U ill walk on p alks w their own ne 28, onday, April 8 ) ill be h eld) 3 - Ju May 1istration beginseodnto 30 participants M Reg at the RACC . (Lim it SPONSORS *WHAT* Every registered participant will receive a safety vest, a pedometer and a packet of materials that will help you to stay safe during your walks. Individuals will call or stop by the RACC to report their steps. RACC staff will convert their steps to mileage and keep a log that will be available to view online at www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com • Lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL) WHY: by Dorie Oja and Cindy Moldan Redwood Area Hospital Diabetes and Nutrition Center cholesterol (the "bad" cholesterol) • Raise high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol (the "good" cholesterol) • Lower your blood pressure u Here are just a few reasons to join • Decrease your risk for heart disease Walk this Way … In Redwood Falls” • Reduce your risk or manage Type 2 Diabetes u Walking is the cornerstone to good health. • Improve bone health and reduce your risk for It is a gentle, low-impact exercise that can bone fractures help you ease into a fitness and health rou- • Manage your weight tine. Walking can be done any time, any • Improve your mood place and with anyone. It is low cost—all • Reduce levels of anxiety a person needs is a good pair of walking • Increase energy shoes. • Improve sleep • Stay strong and fit u While everyone enjoys walking for a differ- • Best of all, we have the opportunity to ent reason, we love the life-changing enjoy natural beauty in our wonderful health benefits it can provide. Ramsey Park.Summer 2013 Programming Guide - 27 - www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com
  28. 28. Redwood Area Community Center901 Cook StreetRedwood Falls, MN 56283CHANGE SERVICE REQUESTED 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 od Falls Parks & Recre Graduation Receptions at io wo nD ed fR ep o art y RACCCit ment 901 Cook Street Redwood Falls, MN 56283 REDWOOD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER Ph.: 507-644-2333 Fax: 507-644-2199 www.redwoodareacommunitycenter.com

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