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BOULDER CITY PARKS & RECREATION

September 2013 - February 2014

900 Arizona Street

Boulder City, Nevada

293-9256 ~ www.bcnv.org


Quality of Life

The benefits of Boulder City’s Parks & Recreation

Better Health ~ Community Awareness ~ Community Involvement

Cultural Enrichment ~ Educational Development ~ Fitness Opportunities

Higher Self-Esteem ~ Lush Landscaping ~ Personal Growth

Positive Role Models ~ Progressive Arts Program ~ Quality Family Time

Boulder City Parks & Recreation Department MISSION STATEMENT

To provide high-quality and cost-effective recreation activities for all residents of Boulder City. These programmed activities

include workshops, labs, tournaments, camps and classes, as well as activities in aquatics, arts, golf, sports and special events.

City Council

Roger Tobler, May or

Cam Walker, May or Pro Tem

Peggy Leav itt, Councilwoman

Duncan McCoy, Councilman

Rod Woodbury, Councilman

City Manager

Dav id Fraser

Parks and Recreation Commission

Chairperson, Carol Lelles

Members, Zane Boyster, Deana Parsons,

Christy Springgate-Hill, Mary Ann Wainwright,

Chris Leavitt & Chuck Pickens

Parks & Recreation 293-9256

Director, Roger C. Hall

Department Secretary, Julie Calloway

Office Assistant, Pam Hickey, Brittany Ricciardo &

Jennif er Spinkelink

Maintenance, Bob Kreger, Buster Schiemer,

We are striving to meet the community’s recreational needs in all phases of our operation.

Ry an Allain, Shane Joseph, Matt Rogers & Peter Torres

Recreation 293-9340

Coordinator, Patty Sulliv an

Sports 293-9254

Coordinator, L. Tay Deering

Aquatics 293-9286

Coordinator, Sheri O’Berto

Administrativ e Clerk, Bobbe R. Wilson

Art Center 589-9609

Coordinator, Robin Kariam

Golf Courses

Boulder City Municipal Golf Course 293-9236

Head Golf Prof essional, Tony Fiorentini

Boulder Creek Golf Club 294-6534

Head Golf Prof essional, Andy Schaper

Fitness Center 293-0870

Manager, Marcie Gibson

Youth Center 491-3679

Coordinator, Debbie Barth

Dear Boulder City Resident,

As in past seasons, this issue of our September 2013- February 2014 brochure

offers a wide variety of recreational activities and classe s sponsored

by the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department. We are confident

that you will be able to find many activities to suit your individual or family

needs.

We also hope you and your family will take the time to experience our beautiful

park system. Seventeen parks with over 110 acres of land are available

for picnics, weddings, and special occasions.

Our Aquatic and Racquetball facility also offers a wide variety of swimming

lessons and activities for the whole family. Be sure to come by and find out

what we have to offer.

Our staff is committed to providing high-quality Recreation programs to all

residents of Boulder City. Please contact our department if you have any

new ideas or recommendations concerning programs listed in this brochure.

We welcome input from our community.

For additional information regarding the City of Boulder City and the Parks

and Recreation Department, please visit our web site at www.bcnv.org.

Please give us a call at 293-9256 if we can help you in any way.

Sincerely,

Roger C. Hall

Director, Parks and Recreation Department

Please read through our brochure to learn about the many benefits that your Parks & Recreation Department

can bring you. Call 293-9256 with any questions you may have. Check us out online at www.bcnv.org


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AQUATICS & RACQUETBALL

Facility Hours

Racquetball & Wally ball

Pool Policies

Pool Parties

Fitness Classes

Ball/Stretching

Low Intensity Water Exercises

Masters Swim

Strength Training/Stretching

Swim & Trim

Water Aerobics

Lifeguard Training

American Red Cross

CPR/AED Professional Challenge

Swim Lessons

Parent/Baby -Tot

Priv ate

Youth Learn To Swim

Swim Team

Cross Training BCH

Pre Swim & BCH

ART CENTER

Pottery

Throwing, Workshops & Lab

Art Activities & Classes

Adult Fine Art

Cabochon Glass

Celebrate Your Birthday

Fine Art Prep

Glass Workshops

Cabochon

Soy Candles

Wire Wrapping

Music

Voice, Guitar, Dulcimer, Piano

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COMMUNITY FITNESS CENTER

Body Composition Analysis

Sr. Dimensions Fit For Lif e Club

Personal Training

GOLF

Boulder City Golf Course

Boulder Creek Golf Club

First Tee of Southern Nevada

Jr. Golf Class

PARK DESCRIPTIONS

PARK LOCATOR MAP

SPECIAL INTEREST

Acting

Babysitting

Belly -Dancing

Cheerleading

Children’s Performing Arts

Rising Stars

CPR/First Aid

Dance ~ Line Dancing

Dog Obedience

Fishing

Golf, Jr.

Gymnastics

Horseback Riding

Hunter Education

Language

Learn 2 Stretch

Martial Arts – Aikido & Jujitsu

Tai Chi

Tennis

Yoga, Yoga For Kids

Zumba

Zumbatomics

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SPECIAL EVENTS

31ers Ev ent

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Halloween Carniv al & Haunted House 19

Turkey Shoot

Wurstf est

SPORTS

Youth

Basketball

Flag Football

Floor Hockey

Soccer

Adult

Basketball

Softball

Volley ball

YOUTH PROGRAMS

Saf ekey

Spring Break

Tiny Tots

Youth Center

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AQUATICS & RACQUETBALL COMPLEX register at the pool 293-9286

FACILITY INFORMATION

We are an authorized provider for Senior Dimensions!

The Recreation Department operates the swimming pool & racquetball

complex. The facility consists of 3 pools: a year-round recreation/lap

pool, and during the summer months, a wading pool & a diving pool

with a 1-meter diving board and 2-16’ high 4’ wide climbing walls,

av ailablef or public use. There are 3 racquetball or wally ball courts &

a cross-training room to complement pool programs. Please see page

18 f or Senior Dimensions details.

POOL FEES & HOURS

AGES Youth 0-17 / Adult 18-59 / Senior 60+

DAILY Youth & Senior $2.00

15-PUNCH PASS Youth & Senior $27.00

30-PUNCH PASS Youth & Senior $51.00

DAILY Adult $3.00

15-PUNCH PASS Adult $41.50

30-PUNCH PASS Adult $76.50

INDIVIDUAL ANNUAL $175.00

FAMILY ANNUAL $300.00

FAMILY SUMMER $150.00

FALL-SPRING - MAIN POOL ONLY

ADULT LAP SWIM M-Th 6:30-10am

F

6:30-9:00am

*OPEN SWIM M-Th 12-1:30pm

F

Sat

Sun

5:15-7:30pm

4:45-7:30pm

9am-2pm

closed

*Lap lanes are av ailable during Open Swim

SUMMER POOL - 2014

Call to confirm dates. Wading Pool and Div e Pool also available in

summer during open swim and family hour times. Family hours requires

an individual 18 or older to accompany a minor.

~ Special holiday hours are posted at the complex ~

~Dates and times subject to change ~

~POOL CLOSED for maintenance Sept 7-22, 2013

Check the office for court availability ~

COURT & FACILITY OFFICE HOURS

FALL-SPRING COURT & OFFICE HOURS

Monday -Thursday 6:30am - 8:00pm

Friday 6:30am - 9:00am

2:00pm - 8:00pm

Saturday 9:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday

CLOSED

SUMMER COURT & OFFICE HOURS

Call to confirm dates and times

Monday - Thursday 6:30am - 8:00pm

Friday 6:30am - 11:00am

1:00pm - 6:00pm

Saturday 7:00am - 9:00am

1:00pm - 6:00pm

Sunday 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Monday through Friday 6:30am - 9:00am **Adult lap swim

*11:00am - 12:00pm

Adult lap swim

1:00pm - 5:00pm Open Swim

5:00pm - 6:00pm Family Hour

Saturday 7:00am - 9:00am Adult lap swim

1:00pm - 5:00pm Open Swim

5:00pm - 6:00pm Family Hour

Sunday 1:00pm - 5:00pm Open Swim

* there are limited lanes av ailable during this time!

**The “OPEN” section of the pool is not available for use prior to

1:00pm during adult lap swim Monday – Thursday due to classes

being held in this area!

RACQUETBALL INFORMATION

Open play racquetball & racquetball leagues are available for

the general public. New leagues begin periodically throughout

the y ear, based on interest. Call 293-9286 for more information.

OPEN PLAY FEES:

PRIME M-F 4-8pm $8

PRIME Sat & holidays business hours $8

NON-PRIME M-F 6:30am-4pm $6

YOUTH Sat / f all-spring business hours $5

M-Sun/summer

RESERVATIONS are taken up to 2 weeks in advance by calling

293-9286. Walk-ins accepted. Racquets are available for a $1

rental f ee. Protectiv e ey ewear is strongly recommended.

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AQUATICS & RACQUETBALL COMPLEX register at the pool 293-9286

WALLYBALL Enjoy thef un & excitement of wally ball in a

temperature-controlled racquetball court. Similar to volley ball, but

court walls are used to keep the ball in play which prov ides interesting

strategy & longer play periods. A great activ ity f or 4, 6 or 8 players.

Please call 293-9286 to reserve a court. Specify that y ou want

to play wally ball! Equipment prov ided. $11/hour

LIGHTNING POLICY

For our patron's saf ety, the pool will close for 30 minutes if lightning

is seen or thunder is heard. If this occurs, please exit the pool deck

immediately. We ask patrons not to shower before they exit the

locker rooms, as lightning can trav el through waterlines. If the lightning

ceases within 30 minutes, the pool will re-open. We encourage

our patrons to call thef acility during poor weather conditions if they

are unsure if the pool will be open! Sorry, refunds will not be issued.

POOL POLICIES…...include and are not limited to

* Parents superv ise your children; y ou must be present on the pool

deck at all times if y our child is under 8y ears old.

* Children who are under the age of 8, who cannot pass the swim

test must be accompanied by an individual 12 or older who is in

the water, within an arms reach of them! During classes and public

swim, the parent or guardian must be present on the pool

deck at all times!

* No div ing in shallow water (main and wading pools)

* No extended/repetitive breath holding

* Non-Swimmers wear lif ejackets

* All children under 4 must wear a swim diaper! No exceptions

* Please read all rules bef ore entering our facility

THE BOULDER CITY POOL I S HIRING!

Are y ou 16 or older & want af un & rewarding job? Certified to teach

water, f itness, or racquetball related programs? Work as a lifeguard

or swim instructor! Lifeguard and WSI applicants must already be

American Red Cross certified.

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POOL PARTIES

Rent your local pool today!

Corporate ● Birthdays ● Gatherings

Reunions ● Graduations ● Celebrations

Reserve the pool for your next event.

Use the adjacent Multi Use Building at no extra charge!

Choose your party package.

Prices start at $75

After hours/private rentals are also available.

Please call Boulder City Pool at 293-9286

for more information!

Not interested in a packaged party?

Private pool-only rentals are available

(see Pool front desk for details)

-or-

Feel free to simply use the pool during open swim!

Regular admittance fees are applicable

and advance notice needed.

Pool Party/ Rental Packages

Package A - During public open swim hours

$75 (up to 12 people)

$100 (up to 25 people)

$150 (up to 40 people)

● Admittance to swimming pool

for 1 hour during “Open Swim”

● Use of Multi Use Building

(adjacent to the pool) for 2 hours

(building has kitchen, restroom, tables & chairs)

Package B - After hours, private pool parties

$240 (up to 25 people) $275 (up to 40 people)

$310 (up to 55 people) $350 (up to 70 people)

● Private pool party

(after hours use of main pool) for 2 hours

● Use of Multi Use Building

(adjacent to the pool) for 2 hours

(building has kitchen, restroom, tables & chairs)

Use of dive tank and/or wading pool, available in the

summer months, will require additional fees.

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AQUATICS & RACQUETBALL COMPLEX register at the pool 293-9286

LIFEGUARD

AMERICAN RED CROSS

Are y ou looking for af un & challenging job? Become a lif eguard at the

Boulder City Pool! This training course certifies y ou as an American Red

Cross Lif eguard upon successf ul completion. Pre-course swim skills test

required. Class includes First Aid, CPR f or the Prof essional Rescuer, &

AED. Materials are included in fee. Please callf orf urther information.

An interest list is being formed.

age 15.5+

f ee $145

CPR/AED Professional Rescuer Challenge

Need to recertify your certification prior to its expiration?

This is a challenge! This is meant f or indiv iduals who have already taken

a f ull course. Instruction will not take place. Please study your materials

and bring a personal face mask. There will be a written and a physical

component in this challenge. Please contact the pool to schedule.

age 16+

f ee $49

SWIM LESSONS

MASTERS SWIM

This program is perfect for those adults who want a

good workout & learn proper stroke technique.

This is a great way for swimmers to stay in shape

and a great f itness program! Flexible workout days!

age 13+

monthly class 2/x’s week $28/month

av eragef ees 3/x’s week $40/month 5/x’s week $65 /month

drop-in (space av ailability )

$5/class

f all-spring M,W 9:10-9:55am

F 8:10-8:55am

T,Th

6:30-7:15pm

summer M,W,F 8-8:45am

T,TH

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Priv ate, all ages and skill levels.

$25 per 1/2 hour, per person.

Please inquire at thef ront desk.

6-6:45pm

PARENT-BABY/TOT

Introduction to basic swimming & water saf ety skills. Children learnf ast

in a group environment with 1-on-1 attention. Songs & games make the

water a f un place to be & build parent/child relationships. The goal is for

the tots to become swimmers. Limited grant f unds may be available to

aid in y our cost f or this program, thanks to the Southern Nevada ICC

Chapter. Please call 293-9286f or details.

age

monthly class

6 months to 4y ears

$40 per month/average fee

f all-spring M,W 12:15-1pm

summer M,W 11-11:45am

M,W

6-6:45pm

SWIM LESSONS

AMERICAN RED CROSS

YOUTH LEARN TO SWIM

Classes are designed to teach progressive swimming techniques

from the non-swimmer to adv anced. Children learn water safety &

dev elop coordination, strength & skill.

age 4+

monthly class

$40 per month/average fee

f all-spring M,W 4:05-4:50pm lev el 1

5-5:45pm lev el 2

T, TH 4:05-4:50pm lev el 3

summer M,W 5:05-5:50pm lev els 1 & 2

*summer M-TH 9-9:45am lev els 1 - 4

10-10-:45am lev els 1 - 4

*two-week session classes meet M -Th

SWIM TEAM

CROSS TRAINING BCH/non-aquatic

Session dates are the same as Swim Team - training will be coordinated

with the BCH practice! Program designed to specifically

improv e swimming skills & also benefits any other physical activity

or sport. Instructors are certified personal trainers. Fees noted

are av g. monthly f ees.

age

required

BCH Swim Star, Navy, and Silver groups

ev aluation before registration

monthly class $20 A (M,W,F)

f all-spring:

B

(T,F)

$6.75 C (M,W)

4:10-4:30pm (C) M,W

4:45-5:15pm (A&B) T,F

summer 8:15-8:45am (A&B) T,F

tba

PRE-SWIM TEAM

A great class for the child who swims like a fish but is still learning

coordinated strokes. Focus is on learning stroke & competitiv e

skills & techniques to prepf or Swim Team.

required

age 6+

monthly class

(C)

lev el III swim skills &

ev aluation prior to registration

$59 per month/av eragef ee

f all-spring M, W, Th 4:30-5:15pm

summer M, W, Th 11-11:45am

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SWIM TEAM continued

BCH SWIM TEAM

This y ear-round USA Swimming registered program f ocuses on

building an all-around competitive swimmer by dev eloping technique

& endurance. Swimmers must be able to swim 1 pool length freesty

le & backstroke, & kick 1 pool length breast stroke & butterfly.

Practice may be cancelled when coaches are attending swim meets.

age 6+

* location Boulder City Pool

*during seasonal pool maintenance,

practice is held at a Henderson pool

required:

coaches:

f ee

ev aluation prior to registration

Mike Polk, Jan Bunch & Linda Estes

USA Swim $55 annual registration fee

per month/av erage

$65 Swim Star

$75 Navy

$80 Silver

$200 Family max

FITNESS CLASSES

SENIOR DIMENSIONS APPROVED, funding limited

*A doctor's written approval to participate must be submitted with

f irst class registration.

*WATER AEROBICS Medium/High Intensity

Improv ey our ov er-all health with this moderate/fast pace class.

Noodles, and dumbbells with music make learning new water movements

f un. It’s a great place to start if you’re just getting back into

water exercise, or looking for a new opportunity in exercise. Choose

water aerobics as the perf ect medium to reduce the strain while

keeping y our heart rate up.

age 13+

monthly class

drop-in

$43 / month/av eragef ee

$4 / class (space av ailable)

f all-spring M-Th 8-8:55am

summer M-Th 7-7:55am

FITNESS CLASSES continued

SENIOR DIMENSIONS APPROVED, funding limited

*WATER AEROBICS—Low Impact/Low Intensity

Water gives the best low-stress workout as it provides buoy ancy &

resistance simultaneously. An excellent class for those who are arthritic

or recuperatingf rom surgery. This self -paced class provides

aerobic and generalf lexibility exercise. Come join the fun!

age 18+

drop-in

monthly class

$4/class (space av ailable)

$43 per month/average fee

f all-spring M-Th 9-9:55am

summer M-TH 8-8:55am

CROSS TRAINING EXERCISES

weekly class

$15 per semi-priv ate hour (2-4 persons)

$20 per priv ate 1/2 hour

BALL/STRETCHING

Come challenge your balance / core with physioballs, therapy balls,

bosu trainers & more; then stretch to unwind!

Call pool for appointment.

STRENGTH TRAINING /STRETCHING

Come enjoy a core workout using therabands, stretchbands, medicine

balls, dumbbells & relaxing wind down stretches!

Call pool for appointment.

MASTERS SWIM

This program is perfect for those who want a good workout & learn

proper stroke technique. This is a great way f or swimmers to stay in

shape and a great f itness program! Flexible workout days!

age 13+

monthly class 2/x’s week $28/month

av eragef ees 3/x’s week $40/month 5/x’s week $65 /month

drop-in (space av ailability )

$5/class

f all-spring M,W 9:10-9:55am

F

8:10-8:55am

T,Th

6:30-7:15pm

summer M,W,F 8-8:45am

T,TH 6-6:45pm

SWIM & TRIM

Are y ou ready to have more energy andf eel better? This free program

is f ory ou. All you have to do is get swimming and recordy our

miles on a tracking poster located in the pool lobby. Swim a lot, or

just a bit, it doesn’t matter, just keep track. Oncey ou hav e swum

100 miles, you become part of the 100 mile club, and are entitled to

receiv e af ree 15 punch pool pass. More details on the program

av ailable at the pool. Registration is on-going.

age 18+

THE BOULDER CITY POOL IS HIRING!

Are you 16 or older and seeking a

fun and rewarding part-time job? If you

are certified to lifeguard, teach water safety,

fitness, or racquetball related programs,

WE WANT YOU!

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ART CENTER 801 Adams Blvd. / Register at the Recreation Dept. at 900 Arizona Street 589-9609

All payments must be made at the Parks and Recreation

Office or at the Swimming Pool. Students can also phone in

credit card payments to the Recreation Office 293-9256.

Classes take place at the 801 Adams Blvd.

POTTERY LABS

Art Center Labs are not an instructional forum

drop ins Welcome

fee $7 or a 12-lab pass for $50

lab

Sun 10am-1pm

POTTERY THROWING & HAND BUILDING

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE

Each session is structured to the students’ skill lev el. Class progression

is accomplished by taking several sessions and labs. $25 MA-

TERIAL FEE INCLUDES: 25# bag of clay which includes 10

pieces, glazed, fired and use of equipment. An additional fee will

be required if more pieces are made from one bag of clay. One

FREE LAB is INCLUDED.

Location: Art Center Room #6

4 Week class $45

As needed

Pottery Instructors

$25 city material fee

CRAIG COREY graduated f rom Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles

with a BA and has ov er 10 years of experience in ceramic art.

age

day/time

16-adult

M 6:30-9pm

no class 9/2, 12/23-30

JULIE CONNELL, with an AA in art, has taught all ages and skill

lev els at Reed Whipple Cultural Center for 13y ears.

age

16-adult

day/time T 9-11:30am

age

day/time

no class

13-adult

Th 6:30-9pm

10/29&31,11/28

12/23-31 & 1/2

POTTERY WORKSHOPS

age

8+y ounger children

require adult participation

location Art Center Room #4

time

fee $20

Sat 10am-noon

10/12 Pumpkins 11/2 Turkey Handprint

12/ 7 Santa Bank 2/1 Valentine

WIRE WRAPPING Instructor CHET FREEDMAN is an av id jewelry

designer and crystal collector. With his knowledge y ou will

learn and fashion a semi-precious stone pendant Wrapped with

silv er all in one day.

VOICE, GUITAR, DULCIMER, PIANO

Instructor FRANCYL GAWRYN is a composer and perf

orming artist, has been teaching music to individuals and

groups f or ov er 25 years.

Private music lessons for all ages. Learn to sing, play

piano, guitar, or dulcimer.

age

location

day/time

hours

f ee

age

10-adult

ABC Gym

Th, F & Sat

9:30am-5pm

arranged with the instructor

$25 for up to 3/4 of an hour

SOY CANDLES WORKSHOPS

Replace y our petroleum based paraffin candles with non-toxic

soy candles, MADE BY YOU, that burn cleaner, cooler & longer.

age

8+ younger children require adult participation

location Art Center #4

day

adults only

location Art Center Room #4

fee $20

day/time

dates

+ $20 instructor materialf ee

Th 6-9pm

one-day

9/12, 10/10, 11/14, 1/9 or 2/13

Sat 10am-noon

September 2013 - February 2014

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f ee

$15 + $5 Instructor materialf ee

dates 9/7

11/9

1/11

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ART CENTER 801 Adams Blvd. / Register at the Recreation Dept. at 900 Arizona Street 589-9609

CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTHDAY

AT THE ART CENTER

Hosted by BARBAR A GR AH AM. We would like to

host your child’s birthday party. The children attending

the party will stencil and glaze a 4X4” tile. Tiles will be

f ired and av ailable at a later date. Parents will supply

f ood, cake, and birthday party supplies. Two adults

must be present. Call 589-9609

age 7-16

location Art Center Room #4

day/time

fee

One month notification required

$100 for a 2 hour party

ROBIN KARIAM is the Art Center Coordinator and instructor,

with a BA in Art and Sociology.

CABOCHON GLASS CLASS

Glass is a beautiful art form that when used ,guided by our accomplished

instructor Robin Kariam, y ou can easily produce beautif ul

works of art with little or no experience. You will make 10 round

glass gems per class.

age

13-adult

location Art Center Room #1

2-day class $30

day/time

Th 6-8pm

dates 10/10 & 17

12/5 & 12

2/13 & 20

FINE ART PREP

A class where you will be acquainted with a variety of drawing techniques

using pencil, charcoal, watercolor, acrylics, pen and ink.

age 8-16

location Art Center #1

weekly class

as needed

$30 per month

$10 city materialf ee

day/time T 3-4:30pm

no class

10/29, Dec.

HOLIDAY CARD CLASS

DuringFine Art Prep in September,

students will make holiday cards.

Look f or cards November

and December at the Parks

and Recreation Department and

Boulder Dam Credit Union.

Donations support the Art Center

GLASS WORKSHOPS

Glass is a beautiful art form that when used ,guided by our accomplished

instructor Robin Kariam, y ou can easily produce beautif ul

works of art with little or no experience.

age

13-adult

location Art Center Room #1

day/ time

fee $20

dates

Sat. 10am-noon

12/14 glass mosaic frame

note: must bring 5x7f rame

2/8 glass painting

ADULT FINE ART

A class where y ou will be acquainted with a v ariety of drawing

techniques using pencil, charcoal, watercolor, acrylics, pen and

ink. Specifically designed for your needs.

Call Robin Kariam prior to class. 589-9609

age 16+

location Art Center #1

weekly class

as needed

$30 per month

$10 city mtlf ee

day/time T 10-11:30am

no class

10/29 & Dec.

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www.GolfBoulderCity.com

294-6534

1501 Veterans’ Memorial Drive

BC RESIDENT*

ANY DAY

Bef ore 11am $55

After 11am $45

After 1pm $30

9 HOLES $30

CLARK COUNTY RESIDENT*

Bef ore 11am $65

After 11am $55

After 1pm $40

9 HOLES $40

RESORT GUESTS*

Bef ore 11am $85

After 11am $75

After 1pm $60

9 HOLES $60

JUNIOR GOLFERS

(Under 18 years)

18 HOLES $10

9 HOLES $5

*GOLF CART INCLUDED

293-9236

1 Club house Drive

BC RESIDENT*

ANY DAY

Bef ore 11am $30

After 11am $25

After 1pm $20

9 HOLES $20

CLARK COUNTY RESIDENT*

Bef ore 11am $40

After 11am $30

After 1pm $25

9 HOLES $25

RESORT GUESTS*

Bef ore 11am $55

After 11am $45

After 1pm

9 HOLES

$35

$35

JUNIOR GOLFERS

(under 18 y ears) w/cart walking

18 HOLES $17 $5

9 HOLES $11.50 $3.50

SENIOR BC RESIDENTS*

(60 y rs & over)

18 HOLES $26

9 HOLES $16

(Golf cart included)

Visit our website for

current promotions

Management reserves the right to adjust rates at any time.

BC RESIDENTS SEASON TICKETS

& PUNCH PASSES

(Golf cart not included)

SINGLE $1,872

FAMILY $2,800

SENIOR SINGLE $1,380

SENIOR HUSBAND & WIFE $2,028

PUNCH PASS (20 Rounds) $300

DRIVING RANGE

SMALL BUCKET $3

LARGE BUCKET $5

**GOLF BOULDER CITY PLAYERS CARD** ALL FOR ONLY $150!

We greatly appreciate the loy alty of returning guests at the Boulder Creek Golf Club and the Boulder City Golf Course. To show our

appreciation we hav e created the Golf Boulder City Play ers Card. It is a way for us to thank y ou for y our loyalty by giving y ou a discounted

rate when y ou play golf with us. Each time y ou use it y ou will receive a 15% discount off the Morning rate & a 10% discount off the Late &

Twilight rates. You also receive: * 2 weeks advance reservations * Monthly Tournaments for members * play 7 rounds & get the 8th

round free * USGA GHIN handicap through the SNGA * 24 guest passes, limited to 4-some at a time * 15% off non-sale merchandise

in our golf shop. Player Cards available at each golf course.

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The Boulder Creek Golf Club &

Boulder City Golf Course are proud affiliates of

www.TheFirstTeeSouthernNev ada.org.

THE FIRST TEE

OF SOUTHERN NEVADA

reaches more than 30,000 Southern Nev aday outh, through a multitude of

programming offered throughout the year: Danny Gans Jr Golf Academy,

Fore All Year Open Clinic, Middle School Program & Adaptive Program.

JR GOLF These excellent classes prov ide

f undamental beginner instruction & fine tunes

the skills of experienced students. Competitiv e

skill games make this class challenging & rewarding.

Class focuses on swing, stance, grip,

putting & scoring. Players hit practice balls

each day & work with PGA prof essionals. Instructor

TONY FIORENTINI PGA HEAD GOLF

PROFESSIONAL & RUSTY POSTLEWAIT

PGA DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTION.

location

day /time M,W&F

f ee $20

BC Golf Course

3:30-5pm

age 11+ 10/7-11

age 6-10 10/14-18

note

register at the Recreation Dept.

located at 900 Arizona Street

For priv ate lessons call 293-9236 or 521-3393

For more inf ormation

call 293-9236 or 294-6534

Our Mission:

To impact the liv es of young people by

prov iding learning facilities & educational programs

that promote character dev elopment & life-enhancing

v alues through the game of golf.

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SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES

SMALL GROUP & PRIVATE

ACTING LESSONS This f un, relaxed

course is designed to allow students to move

at their own pace & grow as individuals while

working on auditions & acting skills f or prof essional

or self-improvement. Voice over

classes available upon request. Instructor DR

ART LYNCH is a BC resident & a professional

theater, film, television & communications

coach. For the past 13 y ears, Ly nch has been

an adjunct prof essor at CSN, & an acting instructor

at schools, businesses & to industry

prof essionals.

age 8+

location ABC Park Admin. #1

f ee small groupf ees are based on

the number of participants

f ee priv ate individual lessons

$20 pr hr

time times are arranged

directly with the instructor

Specialized classes are forming to develop

a liv ing theater of the history of Boulder City &

Hoov er Dam. For more inf ormation, call

293-9340 or email createcom@mac.com

BABYSITTING WORKSHOP 101

Learn the essentials to start babysitting which

include safety, etiquette, children's activities &

more. You will create your own babysitting kit.

Instructor DEBBIE BARTH is CPR/First Aid

certif ied & teaches young people in a variety

of programs.

age 8+

location Youth Center #1

f ee $20

daytime One-day Saturday 9:30-11am

date 9/7

10/19

1/11

BALLROOM DANCE is av ailable and

arranged directly with the instructor.

Call (702)293-9256 for more information.

CHEERLEADING All lev els are welcome!

Learn the importance of a team, being a

leader & a f ollower. Learn skills for try outs &

key competition assets: basic techniques,

stomps, claps, jumps, new cheers, write

cheers & choreograph to music. Instructor

SANDI WACHTEL specializes in competition

instruction. Her experience is with CYO &

Lenape competitions, CYO Cheer Camp &

HS JV/Varsity basketball & football.

grades kindergarten & up

location Recreation Center #2

day T

time 6-7pm

fee $36 monthly

no class 10/29

fee $45 holiday parade session

11/5-19 & 12/3 (No class 11/26)

parade 12/7

unif orm fee $30

paid to instructor by 11/12

drop in

note

Register at the Recreation Department located at 900 Arizona Street

BELLY-DANCING is a mesmerizing &

exhilarating dance form. Class format accommodates

all ages, shapes & sizes. A

great way to build endurance & muscle tone

with the psychological benefits of dance &

music.

Instructor AMY “Amaya” STEPHENSON.

age 6-adult

location Recreation Center #2

note *instructor approv al required

day Th

no class 9/1 2, 10 /3 1, 11/ 28 , 1 2/ 26 & 1 /2

Skills Class

y outh age 6-11 4-5pm

beg II age 12+ 5-6pm *

beg I age 12+ 6-7pm

Choreography Prep

age 12+ 7-8pm

Sept $19

Oct $25

Nov $19

Dec $19

Jan $25

Feb $25

$10 per class

priv ate sessions are available

and arranged with the instructor

CHILDRENS’ PERFORMING ARTS

RISING STARS Children learn singing,

dancing and performance skills all in one

class. Each f ive-week session prepares children

f or a specif ic perf ormance. Instructors

LISA MORRIS & KARA LARSEN are both

perf ormance and kid enthusiasts. Lisa has

been singing, dancing and perf orming since

1983 with f ormal education in music dance

theater f rom the High School of the Perf orming

Arts in Los Angeles and Brigham Young

Univ ersity. Kara has a degree in elementary

education f rom UNLV, has been a dancer

since the age of three and has teaching experience

f rom Dance Etc.

day T

location Multi-Use Bldg

note $5 discount to second child

in the same family

note $10 t-shirt f ee / new students

note $15 t-shirt fee f or every one for

the Holiday Magic Show

session I:

dates 9/3-10/8 (6wks)

f ee/age/time $25 4 y rs. - K 2-2:30pm

f ee/age/time $50 1st grade+ 3-4pm

perf ormance 10/12 31ers Show

session II:

dates 10/29-12/17 (8wks)

f ee/age/time $35 4 y rs. - K 2-2:30pm

$70 1st grade+ 3-4pm

perf ormance 12/19 Holiday Magic Show

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SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES 293-9256

LINE DANCING is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

This class will teachy ou standard line dance

steps that y ou will transform into f lowing line

dances. Each week y ou will enjoy a variety

of music while you exercise y our mind and

body. Perf ect f or the beginner dancer, or

those just needing to reinforce the basics.

Instructor LYNN WILLIAMS

age all ages

15 & under

require adult participation

CLASS INSTRUCTION

day/ time Adv. Beg. M 6-7pm

location Nv Hwy Rec. Bldg. (DWP)

f ee $25 per month

$7 drop in rate

day/time Beg. W 6-7pm

location ABC Park Gym

f ee $25 per month

$7 drop in rate

PRACTICE SESSION

day/time Th 9-10am

location Nv Hwy Rec. Bldg. (DWP)

f ee $5 per person

day/time 1st & 3rd Sat. 10-11:30am

location ABC Park Gym

f ee $5 per person

no class 9/2, 11/11, 11/28,

12/25&26 & 1/1&2

note Special rate for the above

classes & practice sessions

$40 per month

LINE DANCING

SOCIAL DANCE NIGHT

is a fun date night with

y our partner, or a great

girls night out, to enjoy

line dancing. In line dancing there is no

need f or a partner to hav e the time of your

lif e.

f ee $5

time 5-7pm

when 2nd Saturday of the month

location Nv Hwy Rec (DWP)

CPR / FIRST AID Learn CPR procedures

using American Heart Association curricula

that meets Heartsaver/AED requirements &

general f irst aid. This class is intended f or

the lay rescuer & does NOT f ulf ill Healthcare

Prov ider requirements. Instructors are Certif

ied BC Firemen.

age 12+

location BC Fire Dept.

notes certification offered

f ee $45

when Sat 9am-1pm

dates 9/7

11/2

1/11

FISHING WORKSHOP This class is designed

to teach responsible f ishing practices

as well as prov iding an enjoyable educational

experience. Participants will learn knot tying,

line rigging, bating, casting, and best of all,

reeling in the big one. Responsible anglers

know f ishing rules, regulations, saf ety and

understand the anatomy and habits of f ish. All

of this inf ormation is introduced in this beginning

f ishing workshop. Instructor DUSTIN

MAGRUDER has beenf ishing f or many y ears.

He is the Assistant Coordinator at the Boulder

City Youth Center where he works with kids on

a daily basis.

age 8+

day /time Sat 9am-1pm

f ee $40

location Veterans Memorial Park

Fishing Pond

1650 Buchanan Blvd.

note class includes bait & tackle

with limitedf ishing rods

note A Nev adaf ishing license is

required at time of this workshop

f or ages 12+

& non Nevada residents

session I 9/14

session II 10/12

visit www.ndow.org

to obtain a

fishing license

DOG OBEDIENCE This class encourages

the use of positiv e reinf orcement to

teach the 5 basic obedience commands sit,

stay, down, come, and place. These 5 basic

commands help enforce your place as

pack leader and are the basis f or all other

training such as tricks, agility, f ly ball, etc.

To reach y our training goals, it is vital that

y ou work withy our dog for a minimum of 15

to 20 minutes each day using the inf ormation

and exercises cov ered in class. With

y our dedication and commitment, y ou can

hav e the well behaved dog that y ou have

alway s wanted. We will teach you how to

determine the best methods f or training

y our dog based on its personality and

breed. Remember y ou are the one in

charge and y our dog needs to respond

accordingly.

Instructor KATHY BETHKE is a lif elong dog

training enthusiast & a certif ied remote collar

trainer since 2006. She focuses on dog

behav iors & how to be the pack leader for

y our dog as it is key in her training sty le.

Bring lots of motiv ational treats and a 15 ft.

leash. Supplies are available through the

instructor.

Call 267-7864 for more information.

day

beginner

M (6 wks)

7-8:15pm

NO dogs at f irst class

agility / intro 8:15-9:15 pm

dates 9/9-10/14

10/21-11/25

12/2-1/6

1/13-2/17

location Multi-use Building

f ee $50 per session

age 10+

note y outh ages 10-14 require an

adult to participate with them

youth ages 10-14

require an adult to

participate with them in

Dog Obedience classes

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SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES

Register at the Recreation Department located at 900 Arizona Street

GYMNASTICS

With Miss Brandi

PRIVATE LESSONS

$20 per 1/2 hr

Instructor BRANDI CARSTENSEN, a competitiv

e gymnast f or seven y ears, brings

nine additional y ears as an instructor to the

mat.

KGYM - KINDERGYM Ages 3+ an introduction

to basic tumbling skills that include activ i-

ties to dev elop listening, social & perceptual

motor skills, as well as eye/hand coordination

& body awareness through movement. Students

must be potty trained.

BEGINNERS learn to do basic gymnastic

mov ements on the floor. Flexibility is increased

& basic tumbling is taught. Bars,

beams andv ault are introduced.

ADVANCED BEGINNERS receiv e f urther

instruction to refine skills. Gymnast must be

able to perf orm a backward roll, cartwheel,

handstand, round off, bridge, basic bars,

beam & vault skills. Instructor approv al is

required.

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED classes are

designed f or the gymnast with intermediate

skills on beam, bars, floor &v ault. Gymnast

should be able to do a back walkover. Skills

are polished & difficulty increased.

GYMNASTICS

With Miss Shannon

MDM - MOMMY/DADDY & ME Ages 18mo+

hav e f un with your toddler as he/she

dev elops social/motor skills & coordination via

music & gymnastics equipment. Mom &/or

Dad participates. Instructor SHANNON

PINKARD has a teaching degree and has

been inv olved in gymnastics and dance her

entire lif e.

age 18+ months old

location Recreation Center #3

no class 9/2, 10/31, 11/11&28, 12/23,

12/26&30, 1/2&20 & 2/17

Gymnastics with Shannon

10:30-11:00am Mommy/Daddy/Me

Sep M & Th $41

Oct M & Th $41

Nov M & Th $31

Dec M & Th $31

Jan M & Th $36

Feb M & Th $36

note:

Students may attend 1-day per

week at $6 per class.

GYMNASTICS WITH MISS BRANDI

No Class 10/31, 11/28, 12/24-31, 1/1&2

11:30am-12:15pm K-Gym age 3+

12:15-1pm K-Gym

Sept T & Th $50

Oct T & Th $56

Nov T & Th $44

Dec T & Th $38

Jan T & Th $50

Feb T & Th $50

4-5pm Beginner age 6+

5-6pm

Intermediate

6-7pm

4-5pm

Adv anced

Sept T & Th $66

Oct T & Th $74

Nov T & Th $58

Dec T & Th $50

Jan T & Th $66

Feb T & Th $66

Beginner

Sept W $33

Oct W $41

Nov W $33

Dec W $25

Jan W $33

Feb W $33

5-6:30pm Intermediate

Sept W $49

Oct W $61

Nov W $49

Dec W $37

Jan W $49

Feb W $49

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SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES 293-9256

BEGINNING

HORSEBACK RIDING CLASSES

Classes teach y ou to lead, saddle & ride a

horse, understand its behav ior & read its

language. Strength, confidence & respect f or

nature are a few benefits of this sport. Skills

that are necessary to develop proper riding

sty le & etiquette are taught. Ground school

horse care techniques will be taught when

weather is not fav orable for riding. Instructor

VIRGINIA PERKINS has been riding

horses for over 40y ears.

age 6+

location BC Horse Corrals

required saf ety helmet & closed-toe shoes

no class 12/24&25 & 12/31-1/4

day/time School Session

T-F 3:30-4pm or 4-4:30pm

Sat 9-9:30am or 9:30-10am

T W TH F S

Sept $104 $104 $104 $104 $104

Oct $130 $130 $130 $104 $104

Nov $104 $104 $78 $130 $130

Dec $ 78 $ 78 $104 $104 $104

Jan $104 $104 $104 $104 $78

Feb $104 $104 $104 $104 $104

BEGINNING HORSEBACK RIDING

PRIVATE ADULT LESSONS

Sessions are arranged with the instructor

fee is $26 per 1/2 hour

HUNTER EDUCATION This workshop

meets the NV requirement that all persons

born 1/1/1960 or later must complete a

certif ied hunter safety class prior to purchasing

a hunting license. Registration

begins 1 month prior to the workshop date.

Students must complete instructional materials

prior to f irst class. Instructors are NV

Dept of Wildlif e certif ied instructors.

REGISTER WITH THENEVADA

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AT

www.ndow.org.

For additional inf ormation,

please contact the

Nev ada Department of Wildlife

at 486-5127

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE

RECREATION DEPARTMENT OFFICE

CLASSES ARE OFFERED AT

VARIOUSLOCATIONS

LANGUAGE - CONVERSATIONAL

Instructor BEATRICE WERNER is currently

teaching at CSN, with a MA f rom the School

of Languages of Middlebury College. She

speaks 5 languages & has extensiv e experience

teaching students bothy oung & old.

PRIVATE, SEMI PRIVATE,

& SMALL GROUP LESSONS

SPANISH ~ GERMAN ~ ITALIAN

FRENCH ~ ENGLISH ~ ESL

Learning a new language can be fun & exciting.

If you're planning a trip to a foreign country,

Beatrice can give y ou just what you need

to make your trip more enjoy able. She has

been a tour guide all ov er the world & can

help with regional terminology.

age 5+

location ABC Park Classroom #2

day/time arranged directly with

the instructor

f ee per person, per one-hr class

$20 1 person

$12 2 people

$8 3+ people

Ask about language classes

for preschool age children

Bow Fishing classes will be held at

the Veterans’ Park Fishing Pond.

Call 486-5127x3504 for more information.

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SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES

LEARN 2 STRETCH CLASS

A low-impact workout based on individual

abilities & potential. Enjoy v isiting & exercising

with others. Instructor MARCIE GIBSON, Fitness

Center Manager.

f ee $18 indiv idual

$28 couple per month

day M, W & F

time 7:45-8:45am

age 55+ & physically challenged

location Recreation Center Gym

no class 9/2, 10/25, 11/11, 11/29, 12/25,

1/1, 1/20 & 2/17

note limited Senior Dimension funds

are av ailablef or this class

MARTIAL ARTS ~ AIKIDO

A Japanese self def ense martial art based on

non-resistance against an aggressor's f orce

to subdue an attack. Circular & centered body

mov ements are used as a means of defense.

It is especially beneficial for women as Aikido

does not depend on physical strength & is

suitable f or any age. Aikido ranks are available.

Instructor BUD HINDMAN, a third degree

black belt, is a member of Birankai North

America. Instructor GENE SINNETT is a third

degree black belt & has been teaching since

2002.

age 14+

f ee $40 per month

day M & W 7-9pm

& Sat 9-11am

location Recreation Center #2

note wear loose fitting clothing

TAI CHI

Register at the Recreation Department located at 900 Arizona Street

The slow, dance-like mov ement of Tai Chi

works to improve balance, f lexibility & calmness

with an emphasis on deep breathing

& mental imagery. Tai Chi integrates your

mind with y our body & is v ery effectiv e at

reliev ing stress. Instructor PATRICIA

AMON has studied at Lohan School of

Shaolin Tai Chi with William VanderVeer

since 2006. All ages can benefit!

age 14 - low 100s

note limited Senior Dimension f unds

are av ailablef or these classes

f ee $30 per month

day/time W & F 8-9am

location North Escalante Park

or Rec. Center based on

weather conditions

MARTIAL ARTS ~ JUJITSU

As one of the oldest martial arts, it teaches

non-aggression & non-violence for self -

def ense techniques. Builds coordination,

f lexibility, self-confidence & more. Courtesy,

sportsmanship & teamwork are emphasized.

An excellent f itness & health class.

Instructor MIKE CHUBB, obtained his black

belt in 1965 and has been teaching ev er

since.

location NV Way Recreation Bldg

insurance $25 annual fee paid to inst

no class 10/31, 11/28, 12/24 & 31

note wear loose-f itting clothing

f ee $30 per month

age 7-17 T&Th 6-7pm

age 18+ T&Th 7-8:30pm

TENNIS

Instructor McKAY STEVENS has been

around tennis f or many years & has play ed

competitiv ely for ov er 10 y ears. He has

coached at the high school & college lev el &

lov es the sport!

LESSONS

Tennis is a great sport & classes are designed

f or entry-lev el & intermediate play ers.

Each session focuses on the f undamental

skills of tennis or improv ement of those skills

through hands-on instruction, drills, games &

competitiv e play. Please speak directly to

the instructor regarding classes for special

needs students.

location Broadbent Park Tennis Courts

day Th

equipment supplied f or class

age 4-adult

no class 10/31, 11/28, 12/26 & 1/2

time Sept-May 6-7pm*

time Jun-Aug 7-8pm*

note *temperature determines time

f ees Sept $40

Oct $40

A women’s

Nov $30

competitive

Dec $30

tennis

Jan $40

league

Feb $40 is now

forming.

Call

293-9256

for

information.

TENNIS SEMI, PRIVATE

& SMALL GROUP

Lessons are custom designed to meet the

needs of the student.

1/2 hour min. of 4 classes required

f ee per person $30 - priv ate, 1 person

$15 - semi-priv ate,

2 people

$10 - small group,

3+ people

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ZUMBA

Zumba is a workout that sculpts & tones the body in a fun & energetic

way . It combines the pulsating footwork of Latin dance & reggae with

a bit of belly dance & hip hop with a fitness f lair. Your heart rate stays

up as you workout. You don't need to be a dancer to hav e fun & move

to y our own groov e in this class! Instructor SHANNON PINKARD is a

certif ied Zumba instructor.

age 10-adult

day

location

time

day

time

f ee

drop in

M & Th

ZUMBATOMICS

ABC Park Gym

9-10am & 6-7pm

Sat

9-10am

$7 per class when a min.

of 4 classes are prepaid

$10 per class

no class 9/2, 10/31, 11/11&28, 12/23,

12/26&30, 1/2&20 & 2/17

These classes are high-energy fitness parties that offer real results.

Kids naturally love to dance, wiggle and sing along to great songs.

Packed with specially choreographed routines & the latest music, like

hip-hop, reggaeton & cumbia. Zumbatomic classes increase focus

and self confidence, boost metabolism & improv e coordination. Kids

get fit, rock out & have a blast. Instructor SHANNON PINKARD is a

certif ied Zumbatomics instructor.

age 4-12

day M

location ABC Park Gym

time 5-5:45pm

no class 9/2, 11/11, 12/23&31,

1/20 & 2/17

f ees Sept $32

Oct $32

Nov $24

Dec $24

Jan $24

Feb $24

YOGA 101 for Beginners is designedf or beginning yoga students

to learn the basic foundations of a safe and correct y oga practice.

This class will prepare y ou f or any sty le of Yoga. No previous Yoga

experience is necessary. Instructor LEE ANN MAYNARD has been a

y oga practitioner f or 20 years with extensiv e focus and training in the

Viniy ogaf ieldf or the past 6y ears.

age 18+

location ABC Park Admin. #2

f ee $12 per 1-hr class

daytime T 9:30-10:30am

no class 12/24&31

f ees Sept $48

Oct $60

Nov $48

Dec $36

Jan & Feb $48

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YOGA FOR HEALTH, HEALING & BEYOND

VINIYOGA teachers give individual attention, adapting the practice

to meet the students' needs. This practice can help with arthritis,

age

chronic pain/aches, headaches/migraines, back care,

stress/anxiety, hypertension & insomnia.

10-adult

location ABC Park Admin #2

monthly class fee 1-class a week $48, 2-classes a week $72

drop-in $15

Senior Dimensions Approved Activity

1:1 fee $48 per hour or $160 for 4-hours

equipment

skill level

for Health

focus: fitness/well-being

Thu 5:30-6:30pm

Thu/Sat 10:30-11am

Balance body, breath &

mind, Improve your wellbeing,

vitality, balance/

coordination/stability &

strength/flexibility/posture.

mat/props provided for use in class

all levels welcome in all classes

for Healing

focus: specific condition

Back Care

Thu/Sat 11-12pm

Somatic awareness & aligned movement;

that can create new structural patterns

& provide pain relief.

Stress Relief Thu 6:30-7:30pm

Gentle stretching/movement & breath-work;

that can release stress/strain & allow recovery.

and Beyond... 1:1 Sessions Retreats Workshops Intensives

Yoga Therapy to address your physical & health concerns

Yoga Personal Practice to create or deepen your home practice

Yoga Alliance CEUs for your teacher recertification requirement

Yoga Training for your personal growth & professional credentialing

Athletic/Fitness/Personal Training to address your personal goals

Contact Lyn Banas-Petronsky to discuss your needs. Certified Yoga Therapist,

E-RYT500, CMTB, 2,400+hrs of yoga teacher/therapist experience.

viniyogawithlyn.com 920-827-6426 lynbanas@cox.net

MINDFUL YOGA FOR KIDS is a simple and fun yoga program

f or children K-5th grades with an aim to dev elop awareness

of the connection between The Body, The Breath and The Mind.

The teacher incorporates stories, music and asana (yoga exercises)

to help children to f ocus their attention, quiet their mind,

increase flexibility and develop skills to cope with lif e’s every day

stresses. All is done with a dash of silliness and oodles of f un with

a goal of calmer, happier children. Instructor LEE ANN MAY-

NARD Has been a y oga practitioner for 20 years with extensive

f ocus and training in the Viniy ogaf ieldf or the past 6y ears.

age 5-10

location ABC Park Admin. #2

daytime M 6-7pm

note bring a towel and wear loose clothing

no class 9/2, 11/11, 12/23&30, 1/20 & 2/17

f ees Sept $28

Oct $28

Nov -Feb $21

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COMMUNITY FITNESS CENTER Register at the Fitness Center 293-0870

“Where your

friends are…”

manager Marcie Gibson

age 16+

(y ounger persons can contact the manager

f or a case-by-case review f or consideration)

daily f ee $4

1 mo fee $25 single

$40 couple

$55 f amily of 3

$75 f amily of 4

$90 f amily of 5

3 mo fee $60 single

$100 couple

$140 f amily of 3

$185 f amily of 4

$230 f amily of 5

6 mo fee $100 single

$170 couple

$255 f amily of 3

$340 f amily of 4

$425 f amily of 5

open M-Th 5am-8pm

Fri 5am-7pm

Sat 7am-4pm

closed Sundays, major holidays

“Community " is not just part of our name; it is

what our Fitness Center is all about. Approximately

90 of y our friends & neighbors use the

Community Fitness Center on any given day.

Many friendships are created in our friendly,

relaxed, & f amily -oriented f acility. Most of our

staff are v olunteer workers, part of that wonderf

ul community of helpf ul, inv olved, people

who make Boulder City the special place it is.

A membership has no conditions, contracts or

f urther obligation. It’s only $4 for an entire day

of facility usage. If you are a regular user,

y ou may wish to take advantage of our $25

per month rate. There are also discounted

rates for 3 & 6-month memberships, as well

as f or "couples" & "f amily " memberships.

You only pay for what y ou want, how y ou

want & only as long as you want.

We are located in the ABC Park.

Stop by & check us out. Become healthier,

meet people & make some new friends (or

visit old ones)!

September 2013 - February 2014

BENEFITS

~ Personal fitness f iles ~

~ Friendly & family-oriented ~

~ Trained helpf ul staff ~

~ Full line of free weights ~

~ Exercise & cardio machines ~

~ Free body composition testing ~

~ Experienced, affordable,

Certif ied personal trainers ~

SENIOR DIMENSIONS

FIT FOR LIFE CLUB

The Community Fitness Center & Aquatics

Center is a Senior Dimensions' Fit f or Life

Club provider. Senior Dimensions is a priv ate

health insurance company, a subsidiary of

Sierra Health, that is also a Medicare provider.

It recognizes the positive health value

of regular exercise by encouraging members

to exercise by paying certain exercise-related

expenses for Senior Dimensions members. It

pays Center f ees, limited personal training

f ees and f or classes as noted throughout this

brochure, for it’s members.

The City of Boulder City does not endorse or

recommend Senior Dimensions as a insurance

company. It merely has an agreement to

accept payment f rom Senior Dimensions for

those Fit f or Lif e Club members who choose

to utilize City of Boulder City facilities. For

inf ormation, call the Aquatics or Community

Fitness Center or Senior Dimensions at

242-7301.

BODY COMPOSITION AN ALYSIS

FREE (TO MEMBERS)

The Community Fitness Center prov ides body

composition analysis every 4-6 weeks. This

analysis is a far more reliable method of

charting personal f itness progress than body

weight measurements. It determines: body f at

percentage & pounds, lean mass pounds &

percentage, hydration lev el, basal metabolic

rate, & target ideal weight.

Dr. Jeff Andrews conducts the analysis &

explains results with a written report giving

y ou a reliable, scientif ic measure of your

personal progress with y our fitness program.

For more inf ormation & or to learn the next

analysis date, please v isit the Community

Fitness Center or call 293-0870.

PERSONAL TRAINING Personal training can

be benef icial f or elite athletes & those who

hav e never exercised before. If y ou want to

lose weight, improve y our sports perf ormance,

or to be assured that you are truly improv

ing your health in the most efficient manner,

a personal trainer may be just what you

need. A personal trainer can tailor a f itness

program that takes your current physical condition

& fitness goals into consideration.

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MARCIE GIBSON is the Community Fitness

Center Manager & is CPR/AED First-Aid Certif

ied. She has lived in Boulder City for 20

y ears & is v ery activ e in many BC community

organizations.

TERRY GROTHE has been training Boulder

City residents f or ov er 10 y ears. She is

inv olved at the BC Pool & with Boulder City's

awesome swim team. Although a specialist in

competitiv e athletic training, Terry is v ery

popular with women who aren't "going for

gold" but still wish to lose weight & firm up.

Terry is an APFA Certified Personal Trainer.

A specialized class in cross training f or athletes

is offered according to demand. Call

702-293-0870 f or more information.

MEGAN GARNETT is an American Council

on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer.

Megan has a passion for helping people and

has been training clients of all ages and f itness

abilities for 5 y ears. Her training philosophy

promotes balance between overall

wellness and each person’s indiv idual lif estyle

by incorporating flexibility and diversity into

her programs. Whether y ou’re a nov ice to the

gym or a regular, Megan is the person that

can lead you to your health andf itness goals.

JON ZANDER is an NCSF Certified Personal

Trainer. He’s lived in Boulder City for 18

y ears and enjoys mountain and road biking,

hiking and outdoor activ ities with his f amily.

He specializes in weight loss, general fitness,

and y outh and adult sport-specific training.

To get more information regarding our personal

training serv ices or to make an appointment

with a Community Fitness Center

trainer, simply v isit y our Community Fitness

Center @ 801 Adams Blv d. or call us at

293-0870.

REGISTER AT THE

FITNESS CENTER

801 Adams Blvd

SEE YOU SOON!

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SPECIAL EVENTS 293-9256

31’ers Celebration

Saturday, October 12th

Call (702) 294-1998 for details

Wurstfest

Saturday, Sept. 28t h

11am- 11pm

Bicentennial Par k

2nd grade skit, 31ers Room displays,

Rising Stars performance &

visiting with 31er families

Halloween Car nival

& Haunted Hous e

Wednes day., Oct. 30th @ 6 p.m.

Enj oy a host of carni val g ames that bring you tricks

& tr eats. F un games, contests & prizes get you

ready for the haunt of your life on Hall oween.

Ad mission is FREE

Fees are associ ated to g ame tickets

Look for upcoming fl yers for details

Turkey Shoot

Tues, N ov 12th & Wed, Nov 13th

2:30 – 4:30pm

1st grade & ol der

8 shots for $1

Recreati on C enter

Join us for a fun competition usi ng air g uns

and targets. Awar ds pr ovided by

The Boulder D am Cr edi t U nion

Release of li abilityr equired

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SPORTS Register at the Recreation Department located at 900 Arizona Street 293-9256

YOUTH

PRE-REGISTRATION is required for

each youth sport and all players must

attend a player rating clinic.

SOCCER fee $39

The league y ou play in is determined by your

grade on Sept. 1. A child must be 5 years old by

Sept. 30 to play in the kindergarten league.

*Exception, a 4-year old may play if his/her parent

is coaching.

length

location

6 weeks

Pratte Field

SOCCER CLINIC DATE & TIME

grade K W 8/28 @ 6pm or

TH

8/29 @ 6pm

grade 1-2 W 8/28 @ 7pm or

TH

8/29 @ 7pm

grade 3-5 T 9/3 @ 6pm or

W 9/4 @ 6pm

grade 6-8 T 9/3 @ 7pm or

W 9/4 @ 7pm

FLAG FOOTBALL fee $39

location

Pratte Field

FLAG FOOTBALL CLINIC DATE & TIME

grade 3-4 T 10/22 or W 10/23 7pm

grade 5-6 T 10/22 or W 10/23 7:30pm

ADULT

age

note

16+ minors require parental

permission

A Team Manager or Rep.

must attend the meeting.

meetings recreation Ctr. Classroom # 4

inf o

SOFTBALL

please call

Tay Deering, 293-9254

Recreational

meeting T 8/27 7pm Men

meeting T 8/27 8pm Co-Ed

BASKETBALL

Men’s Competitive

meeting W 12/11 7pm

VOLLEYBALL

RECREA TION CENTER OPEN GY M

~ M-Th 3-8pm ~ Fri 3-6pm ~ Sat 1-4pm ~

Activities include

• pool • volleyball•

•“drop-in” play•

•uninstructed basketball•

•uninstructed volleyball •

Women’s Recreational

meeting T 8/27 7pm

BASKETBALL fee $39

location

length

Recreation center

6 weeks

BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE & TIME

grade 3-4 boy s T 12/3 or Th 12/5 6pm

grade 3-4 girls T 12/3 or Th 12/5 6:30pm

grade 5-7 girls T 12/3 or Th 12/5 7pm

grade 5-7 boy s T 12/3 or Th 12/5 7:30pm

FLOOR HOCKEY fee $39

location

Recreation center

FLOOR HOCKEY CLINIC DATE & TIME

grade K T 1/7 or W 1/8 6pm

grade 1-2 T 1/7 or W 1/8 6:30pm

Grades 3-8 floor hockey is offered after

basketball season ends.

Call 293-9254 for more information

PARENT COACHES NEEDED,

PLEASE CALL 293-9254

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YOUTH PROGRAMS 293-9256

YOUTH CENTER TINY TOTS SAFEKEY

The Boulder City Youth Center is a fun, The Tiny Tots program f ocuses on enriching The Saf ekey program is a saf e alternativ e

exciting place where kids can be kids in a children in areas of socialization skills, creativ

f or children home alone before or after

superv ised env ironment. We offer entertainment

ity through varied art medium, motor skills school. Youth have superv ised f un activ i-

f rom pool & video games to crafts dev elopment through P.E. activities, introductory

ties, games, arts & crafts and snacks.

& sports. We also venture out into the world

on awesome f ield trips. If you are struggling academic skills such as: recognizing &

learning to write upper & lower case ABC’s,

Homework help & other learning opportunities

are offered.

with homework, then stop in to the homework

room after school & get the help y ou

numbers 1-10, & all shapes & colors.

grades K-5

register Recreation Center

need. The Youth Center is more than just

location Martha P King Multi-Use Room

location Recreation Center #4

f un & games, it’s a place f or children to

register Martha P King Elem.

dev elop new relationships & grow into required children must be 3 by 9/30

Multi-Use Room

y oung adults. All that is needed to start

for 3&4y r class or 4 by

or Recreation Center

y our adv enture is a Release of Liability form

9/30f or the 4&5 yr class &

f illed out by a parent or guardian returned to

closed school holidays

independently potty trained.

the Youth Center and a $20 annual fee.

f ees $3 7-8:10am (before school)

no class school holidays

$9 2:40 -6pm (after school)

rates based on $4 per hour

+f ees for optional field trips

Note: Students must be signed up by

the 20th of each month f or the next month;

note prepayment is required &

otherwise, a late f ee will be charged for

late fees are assessed

students wanting to remain in the program.

SAFEKEY 287-6154

register

location

grades 6-12

f ee

closed

note

SCHOOL YEAR

Mon-Thurs

SUMMER

Mon-Thurs

Youth Center

ABC Park

801 Adams Blv d

$20 annually

f orf ield trips & special events

times may be adjusted

2-6pm & Friday 2-7pm

Noon-6pm & Friday Noon-7pm

491-3679

YOUTH CENTER STAFF

Coordinator Debbie Barth

age 3-4

age 4-5

Tuesday & Thursday

11:45am-2:15pm

Sep $80

Oct $100

Nov $70

Dec $60

Jan $80

Feb $80

Mar $80

Apr $70

May $50

Monday -Thursday

9-11:30am

Sep $160

Oct $190

Nov $150

Dec $120

Jan $150

Feb $150

Mar $170

Apr $140

May $90

TINY TOTS INSTRUCTORS

Lisa Wright,

Linda Molisee & Kathleen Feeney

2013 FALL TINY TOT REGISTRATION

M-Th 4 & 5 yr. old class

Monday, August 5 @ 7:30 am

T & Th 3 & 4 yr. old class

Tuesday, August 6 @ 7:30 am

Recreation Department @ 900 Arizona St

INSTRUCTORS

Dena Weinberg, Stephanie Boyle,

JJ Gray , & staff

SPRING BREAK is a fun, one-week

v ersion of our Summer Parks program that

is packed with games, arts & crafts, sports,

daily special events & more. This program

offers safe supervision & a chance for kids

to interact with friends their own age. Sign

up early !

grades K-5

register

location

date 4/14-18

f ee

time

Recreation Center

Recreation Center

$20 per day

7am-6pm

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ADAMS BLVD COMMUNITY PARK

(ABC PARK)

801 Adams Blvd.

Hours vary f or the Art, Fitness & Youth

Center. Gymnasium and classrooms

av ailable on a reservation basis.

BICENTENNIAL PARK

999 Colorado Street

This park is sev en acres of beautif ul green

grass and trees for your enjoyment. Excellent

f or a family get-together. The gazebo

band-stand, built f or the Bicentennial Celebration,

is an excellent covered facility f or

special events. Park also includes a children’s

play area.

BOOTLEG CANYON

MOUNT BIKE RACING

1000 Yucca Street

Outstanding trails, beautiful lake views &

well-maintained trails. Lower trails are beginner;

higher trail are intermediate & expert

runs. Open daily, excluding practices &

races. Note: Use of saf ety equipment is

strongly recommended. Please leav e the

area in the same, if not better, condition as

when y ou arriv ed. Location: turn north on

Yucca St. & head toward the BC on Red

Mtn., Cany on Road. Follow the signs to the

parking area. For more information, call

293-9256.

BRAVO SOFTBALL FIELD &

WHALEN BASEBALL FIELD

891 Avenue B

These ball f ields accommodate the Youth,

Men’s & Women’s Baseball & Softball

Leagues.

ROBERT N. BROADBENT

MEMORIAL PARK

861 Avenue B

5 -acres encompass av ariety of recreation

f acilities including 4 lighted tennis courts,

picnic areas, play areas, Multi-Use Building

located at 1204 6th Street with a kitchen

and dining area, Swimming Pool & Racquetball

Court Complex, horseshoes &

more.

CITY PARKS ARE OPEN

DAILY FROM 5AM - 10PM

DEL PRADO PARK

901 Utah Street

This 2.5-acre park has play ground equipment,

basketball courts & open green areas.

FRANK T. CROW

MEMORIAL PARK

640 Nevada Way

Approximately 1-acre of one green area including

picnic tables & barbecue grills.

HEMENWAY VALLEY PARK

401 Ville Drive This park is comprised of

approximately 10 acres. Includes playground

equipment, multi-lev el play structure, gazebos,

restrooms, picnic area, baseball courts,

2 lighted tennis courts & 2 lighted softball

f ields. This lov ely park has af antastic v iew of

Lake Mead and attracts wild big horn mountain

sheep. These wild animal deserv e respect

and consideration. Please use judgment

when sheep are present in the park.

LAKE VIEW PARK

103 Walker Way

A 3/4-acre park with a tot lot, play ground,

basketball court, picnic tables, barbecue

grills, trees & green open space.

NEVADA WAY RECREATION

FACILITY DEPT. OF WATE R & POWER BLDG.

600 Nevada Way (DWP)

OASIS PARK

1419 Marita Drive

5 acres of beautiful open green area. Enjoy

the ball field, basketball courts, playground

equipment or the para-course.

REFLECTION CENTER

300 Railroad Avenue

Beautif ully landscaped with 7 sculptures that

may be enjoy edf rom any of the many park

benches provided along the walkway . Home

to community gardens.

RIVER MOUNTAIN HIKING TRAIL

Lakeview Subdivision & Hwy 93

Built in the 1930’s, the Civ ilian Conserv ation

Corps trail, lies between Red & Black Mountain.

Boulder City, the National Park Serv ice

& the UNLV Geology Department have renov

ated the 5-1/2 mile trail. Look for the trailhead

sign.

RIVER MOUNTAINS LOOP TRAIL

The Riv er Mountains Loop Trail runs approximately

35 miles on a loop which connect

Lake mead National Recreation Area, Hoov er

Dam, Boulder City, Henderson and Las Vegas.

The River Mountains are home to one of

the largest big horn sheep populations in Nev

ada, whichy ou may encounter on this trail.

The trail is 12 feet wide and paved. About 3.5

miles of the trail occupy the old bed of a railroad

that once ran from Boulder City to Hoov

er Dam, supplying materials to build the

dam. The River Mountains Loop Trail shares

its southern sectionf or a few miles with the

Historic Railroad Hiking Trail. The two trails

hav e a common trailhead at the Lake Mead

National Recreation Areav isitor center on

Lakeshore Road.

SWIMMING POOL &

RACQUETBALL COMPLEX

861 Avenue B 293-9286

The Boulder City Pool and Racquetball Complex,

offers year ‘round healthy, affordable,

enriching, and supervised programs. The 25

meter lap/recreational pool, enclosed by an

air support structure September–May, features

various classes, and open swim schedules.

Part of thef acility’s stated mission is “to

prov ide high quality and cost effective recreation

programs and activ ities f or all residents”.

Programs include and are not limited to: Parent

and Baby, Youth Learn to Swim, BCH

Youth Swim Team, Adult Masters Program,

Water Exercise, Lap Swim and more! Fees

are reasonable with daily, reduced, seasonal,

annual, and punch pass rates.

VETERANS’ MEMORIAL PARK

1650 Buchanan Blvd. This park is comprised

of 25 acres. It includes 4 lighted

multi-use ball fields, 2 beachv olleyball courts,

open green space, skateboard & bike parks,

2 soccer fields, a splash park & picnic/

barbecue area & restroom f acilities. Nearby

is a 4-acre fishing pond and model boat pond.

Photo by David Sharp of Sha rp Studios

WILBUR SQUARE

1100 Colorado Street

Wilbur square was originally designed and

constructed by thef ederal gov ernment during

the construction of Hoover Dam. This 3.3

acre park was named in honor of Ray Lyman

Wilbur who served as Secretary of the Interior

from 1929-1933. This park is home to many

special events throughout they ear.

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Serving the

Boulder City

Community

since 1940.

Let us fulfill your

financial needs.

Sponsoring

Boulder City

Recreation

Department

youth and adult

league teams for

over 30 years.

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