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RECREATION STAFFRecreation DirectorNorma Jean PageAssistant DirectorKarrie FerrellRecreation SupervisorsBen Hull/AthleticsWill McElheny/Special EventsCommunity SpecialistChristina WillsonParks & Ground MaintenanceNick BakoParks & Facilities SpecialistShelia RedmonContentsADULT PROGRAMSBoater Education……………………...12Dog Obedience………………………….11Fitness/Exercise………………………...10Hunter Education……………………...12Tae Kwon Do……………………………..11Tennis……………………………………….11Photography Contest………………..12/15Writing Class…...……………………….11/12ADULT SPORTSBasketball ………………………………...12Frisbee Golf Tournament…………..12Half Rubber Tournament…………..12Softball……………………………………...12Table Tennis League…………………..12DROP IN CLASSES/PROGRAMSBasketball………………………………….8Dodgeball………………………………….9Exercise/Fitness Classes…………….10GENERAL INFORMATIONCity Services…………………….……......2City Facilities……………………………....2Policies…………………………….………...3Recreation Facilities………..............3SENIOR PROGRAMSBook Swap………………………………...13Gather Knit & Stitch…………………..13Keenagers - Senior Group………….13Mah Jongg………………………………...13Mexican Trains…………………………..13Senior Aerobics/Exercise……………13Table Tennis League……………….….13Writing Class…….…………………….….13SPECIAL EVENTSDoggie Day at the Rec……………….15Lowcountry Blues Bash……………..14Easter Activities………………………...14/15Sand Sculpting Competition……….15Yard Sale…………………………………...14YOUTH PROGRAMSToddler Programs - Ages 2-5………..4Youth Programs - Ages 5-11 ………..4-5Pre-Teen - Ages 11-14 …………………..6School’s Out Activities……………….6Summer Camps………………………….7YOUTH SPORTSAthletic Summer Camps…………….9Baseball……………………………………. 8Basketball………………………………….8Dodgeball………………………………….9Softball……………………………………...8Volleyball…………………………………..8City of Isle of PalmsMayor……………………...Richard F. CroninCity Council……………...Barbara Bergwerf, J. Martin Bettelli, Ryan L. Buckhannon, Jimmy Carroll,Michael Loftus, Sandy Stone, Doug Thomas, Jimmy WardCity Administrator…...Linda Lovvorn TuckerCITY SERVICESCity Hall Building Department Public Works1207 Palm Boulevard 1301 Palm Boulevard 1303 Palm BoulevardPO Box 508 PO Box 508 PO Box 508Isle of Palms, SC 29451 Isle of Palms, SC 29451 Isle of Palms, SC 29451843-886-6428 843-886-9912 843-886-8956Fire Department IOP Marina Police Department30 J.C. Long Boulevard 50 41st Avenue 30 J.C. Long BoulevardPO Box 508 PO Box 550 PO Box 508Isle of Palms, SC 29451 Isle of Palms, SC 29451 Isle of Palms, SC 29451Admin: 843-886-4410 843-886-0209 Admin: 843-886-6522Emergency: 911 Emergency: 911


Recreation FacilitiesBARK PARKLocation: 29th Avenue behind Recreation DepartmentHours: Sunrise to SunsetBASKETBALL COURTSLocation: Hartnett Boulevard & 28th AvenueHours: Sunrise to 10:00pmCLARKIN SOFTBALL FIELDLocation: 27th AvenueAdult Softball and Youth BaseballCARDIO ROOMTreadmills, Recumbent Cycles, Elliptical MachinesHours: Monday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pmTuesday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pmWednesday: 7:00 am - 8:00 am & 9:00 am - 7:00 pmThursday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pmFriday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pmSaturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pmSunday: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmHours subject to change due to Recreation Activities/ProgramsFRISBEE GOLF COURSELocation: Recreation Department GroundsHours: Sunrise to SunsetGYMNASIUMRecreation activities have first priority over gym usage.Call 886-8294 to check availability.PICNIC SHELTERA 20’X40’ picnic shelter adjacent to playground is availablefor birthday parties and family picnics. First come, firstserve. Shelter may not be reserved.PLAYGROUNDLocation: 28th AvenueThe playground is safely equipped for children of all ages.SCALISE BASEBALL FIELDLocation: 27th AvenueYouth BaseballSOCCER FIELDLocation: 28th Avenue and Hartnett BoulevardYouth Soccer, Fast Start Activities and Half RubberTENNIS COURTSLocation: 28th Avenue and Hartnett BoulevardCourts are lighted until 10:00 pm.First come, first serve. Hours may be limited due totennis lessons.PoliciesREGISTRATION: Register in person at the Isle of Palms Recreation Department, #24 28th Avenue,Monday - Friday 7:00am-6:00pm and Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm. The Recreation Department accepts cash and checks.CANCELLATIONS: The Isle of Palms Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel any program that does notreceive the minimum number of participants.REFUND: A full refund will be given for the cancellation of a class or activity by Recreation Department. Refundsrequested by participants less than one week before the start date will be given minus a $10 processing fee.No refunds will be granted after the start of a program.www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 3


Youth ProgramsTODDLER PROGRAMS2012 - 2013 Jump Start & Tiny Tots RegistrationIOP Residents: January 30 - Until FullNon Residents: February 6 - Until FullTINY TOTS (3yrs by Sept. 1, 2012)Children MUST be potty trained and age 3 by September 1, 2012.Children will socialize, cooperate with peers, listen to and followinstructions and adapt to a routine in a classroom setting. TheTiny Tots schedule coincides with the public school system andthe City of Isle of Palms holiday calendar. Deposit required atregistration. Minnow Room Min. 4 Max. 7Activity # 161021Mon, Wed & Fri. 9:00am - 12:00pm$110 resident/$115 non-resident per monthActivity # 161022Tues. & Thurs.9:00am - 12:00pm$75 resident/ $80 non-resident per monthInstructor: Cathy AdamsJUMP START(4yrs by Sept. 1, 2012)Children will socialize with others in aclassroom setting. Curriculumincludes focusing skills, math,language, science, nature andmusic. Jump Start coincides with thepublic school system and the City ofIsle of Palms holidaycalendar. Deposit required atregistration.Tadpole Room Min. 5 Max. 10Activity # 161018Mon, Wed & Fri. 9:00am - 12:00pm$110 resident/$115 non-resident per monthActivity # 161017Tues & Thurs. 9:00am - 12:00pm$75 resident/ $80 non-resident per monthInstructor: Robin LeeBALLET (2-5yrs)Activity # 110047Basic ballet techniques and movements will be taught. Balletshoes, leotard and tights required.High Tide/Low Tide Room Min. 6 Max. 14Mondays 12:30pm - 1:00pm01 January 9 - March 26 (No Class Jan. 16 & Feb. 20)$115 resident/$120 non-resident per 10-week session04 April 2 - May 14 (No Class April 9)$70 resident/ $75 non-resident per 6-week sessionInstructor: Kim Chesley-BrelandHOLIDAY HAPPENINGS (3-5yrs)Special time to celebrate the holidays with crafts, songs andmore. Pack lunch/snack and bring to activity. Children need tobe 3 years old by September 1, 2011 and potty trained. Mustregister for activity by Monday before each activity date.Tadpole/Minnow Room Min. 5 Max. 15Activity # 110018Wednesdays 12:00pm - 2:00pm (Bring Lunch)02 Wednesday, February 8 - Valentine’s Day03 Wednesday, March 14 - St. Patrick’s Day04 Wednesday, April 4 - EasterActivity # 110019Thursdays 12:00pm - 2:00pm (Bring Lunch)02 Thursday, February 9 - Valentine’s Day03 Thursday, March 15 - St. Patrick’s Day04 Thursday, April 5 - Easter$20 resident/ $25 non-residentsInstructor: Cathy AdamsLITTLE DRAGONS KARATE (3-5yrs)Activity # 110021Little Dragons is a martial arts program designed specifically forchildren ages 3-5 years old. Little dragons combines martial artskills and life lessons by teaching respect, teamwork and goodmanners. High Tide/ Low Tide Min. 4 Max. 12Fridays 12:00pm – 12:30pm01 January 20 – February 2403 March 2 – April 604 April 20 – May 25$60 resident/ $65 non-residentInstructor: Debbie GarelliMOMMY & ME/DADDY & ME (3 & under)Toddlers accompanied by an adult are welcome to socializeand play with other toddlers. Class meets 2nd Wednesday ofthe month. Magnolia RoomSeptember - MayWednesdays 9:30am - 11:00amFreeYOUTH PROGRAMSGYMNASTICS (3+yrs)Activity # 110016Basic tumbling, balance beam and mini-bars. Leotards requiredfor girls. Shorts and t-shirts required for boys. NO socks or tights!Palmetto Room Min. 6 Max. 14Tuesdays 3:30pm - 4:15pm01 January 10 - February 1402 February 21 - March 2704 April 3 - May 15 (No Class April 10)$70 resident/$75 non-residentInstructor: Tricha Tapio4 www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294


GUITAR (8-12yrs)Activity # 110042Learn the fundamentals of guitar playing, including notes,chords and melody. Students must provide guitar.Tadpole Room Min. 1 Max. 3Tuesdays4:15pm - 5:00pm01 January 10 – January 3102 February 7 – February 2803 March 6 – March 2704 April 3 – April 24$100 resident/$105 non-resident per monthInstructor: Lee ArcherKID’S NIGHT OUT (5-12yrs)Activity # 410006It is time to give the parents a break, so kids grab your friendsand enjoy a night out at the Rec. Activities will include Karaoke,music, games, pizza and snacks. Register by Monday, January 23.Magnolia Room Min. 15 Max. 4001 Friday, January 27 6:00pm - 8:00pm$10 resident/ $15 non-residentSupervised: Recreation StaffPOM DANCE (6-10yrs)Activity # 110010Pom Dance is great exercise, helps eye-hand coordination andincreases flexibility. Students learn basic jazz/hip-hop techniqueand exciting arm/hand movement to today's kid-friendly popmusic. Lots of fun!!! Jazz or ballet shoes, leotard and eitherdance shorts or dance pants required.Magnolia Room Min. 6 Max. 12Mondays 5:00pm - 5:45pm01 January 23 - March 5 (No Class February 20)03 March 12 - April 23 (No Class April 9)$70 resident/ $75 non-residentInstructor: Lani HarbitTAP/JAZZ COMBO (6-11yrs)Activity # 110048A fun, fast moving class learning beginning technique in Jazz andTap. Introduction to moves from Footloose, Hip-Hop, & more.Black sleeveless or short sleeve leotard and dance shorts andtap and jazz shoes required.Magnolia Room Min. 6 Max. 12Mondays 4:15pm - 5:00pm01 January 23 - March 5 (No Class February 20)03 March 12 - April 23 (No Class April 9)$70 resident/ $75 non-residentInstructor: Lani HarbitBOATER EDUCATIONParticipants must register with SC Department of NaturalResources and have social security number to attend.Participants under 12 must be accompanied by a guardianPalmetto RoomSaturday, January 21 9:00am - 4:00pmInstructor: SC DNR More Information: www.dnr.sc.govTAE KWON DO (6-11yrs)Activity # 110020Develop balance, accuracy, speed, power, focus, self-confidenceand flexibility. Training includes stretching, mild running, forms,3-step sparring, freestyle non-contact sparring and self-defensetechniques. Participants can only enroll January, June & September!GymnasiumSaturdays 9:00am - 10:00am01 January 7 - January 2802 February 4 - February 2503 March 3 - March 3104 April 7 - April 28$30 resident/ $35 non-resident per monthInstructor: Master Jack Emmel, MD, 7th DanDeborah Gessert, 6th DanTAE KWON DO TOURNAMENTActivity # 121020Annual event will include eliminations and finals in forms andsparring for all groups along with demonstrations and boardbreaking, followed by black belt testing .Gymnasium04 Saturday, April 21 10:00am$45 resident/non-residentOfficials: USATMA MastersYOUTH TENNIS - Private LessonsPrivate and semi private lessons available from the IOPRecreation Tennis Professional. Private lesson times arearranged on individual basis. Please call 886-8294 to set uplessons.Private Classes1 hour $45 resident/ $50 non residentSemi Private LessonDepending on number of people in groupInstructor: Corinne EnrightYOUTH TENNIS - BeginnersActivity # 110004Learn the basics of tennis. Instruction in grip, forehand,backhand, games, rules and scoring. Class will be broken up byskill level. Instructor may move participants to appropriate class.Tennis Courts Min. 4 Max. 6Wednesdays 4:30pm - 5:30pm01 January 11 - February 102 February 8 - February 2903 March 7 - March 28$50 resident/$55 non-residentInstructor: Corinne EnrightYOUTH TENNIS - IntermediateActivity # 110005Learn the basics of tennis. Instruction in grip, forehand,backhand, games, rules and scoring. Class will be broken up byskill level. Instructor may move participants to appropriate class.Tennis Courts Min. 4 Max. 8Wednesdays 5:30pm - 6:30pm01 January 11 - February 102 February 8 - February 2903 March 7 - March 28$50 resident/$55 non-residentInstructor: Corinne Enrightwww.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 5


Youth ProgramsPRE-TEEN PROGRAMSBABYSITTING COURSE (11-14yrs)Activity # 114040Class will prepare teens for babysitting. Learn first aid, nutritionand baby care. Bring a pencil, paper, bag lunch and drink.Magnolia Room Min. 6 Max. 1202 Saturday, February 4 9:00am - 4:00pm05 Saturday, May 12 9:00am - 4:00pm$85 resident/$90 non-residentInstructor: American Red CrossGUITAR (13yrs+)Activity # 114042Learn the fundamentals of guitar playing, including notes,chords and melody. Students must provide guitar.Tadpole Room Min. 1 Max. 3Tuesdays5:00pm - 5:45pm01 January 10 – January 3102 February 7 – February 2803 March 6 – March 2704 April 3 – April 24$100 resident/$105 non-resident per monthInstructor: Lee ArcherMIDDLE SCHOOL DANCE (6th, 7th & 8th Grades)Friday, March 9 7:00pm - 10:00pmFriday, May 11 7:00pm - 10:00pmIOP Middle School Dance, DJ, Jump Castles and concessions agreat place to dance or just hang out with friends on a Fridaynight. $5 at the doorSCHOOL’S OUT ACTIVITIESDODGEBALL (7-14yrs)Activity # 113003FREECome to the Recreation Department and play dodgeball withRecreation Staff. Gymnasium Maximum 3001 Thursday, January 12 1:00pm - 3:00pmBASKETBALL DAY (7-14yrs)Activity # 113003FREEIf Basketball is your game, come show us your skills. Hot Shot,Knock Out, Free Throw contest and more.Gymnasium Maximum 3002 Friday, January 13 1:00pm - 3:00pmWIFFLE BALL (7-14yrs)Activity # 113003FREEBring your friends it is time to play wiffle Ball in the gym.Gymnasium Maximum 3003 Friday, February 17 1:00pm - 3:00pmDODGEBALL (7-14yrs)Activity # 113003FREECome to the Recreation Department and play dodgeball withRecreation Staff.Gymnasium Maximum 3004 Monday, February 20 1:00pm - 3:00pmAN EGG-CELLENT CRAFT (7-14yrs)Activity # 410003FREEJust in time for Easter! Come out, dye and decorateEaster Eggs with the Recreation Staff. All materials provided!Magnolia Room Maximum 2503 Friday, March 23 1:00pmActivities Supervised by: Recreation StaffSPRING BREAK ACTIVITIESBOARD GAME MANIA (7-14yrs)Activity # 123054Come to the recreation department and play board games.Register by Friday, April 6. Maximum 3001 Monday, April 9 1:00pm - 3:00pmULTIMATE FRISBEE/CAPTURE THE FLAG (7-14yrs)Activity # 123054Two great games combined in one day of fun.Register by Friday, April 6. Maximum 3002 Tuesday, April 10 1:00pm - 3:00pmDODGEBALL (7-14yrs)Activity # 123054Come to the rec and play classic dodgeball games.Register by Monday, April 9. Maximum 3003 Wednesday, April 11 1:00pm - 3:00pmINDOOR SPORTS DAY (7-14yrs)Activity # 123054A combination of indoor gym games. Wiffle Ball, GenerationMove games & tag. Register by Tuesday, April 10. Maximum 3004 Thursday, April 12 1:00pm - 3:00pmWATER RELAYS & TAG (7-14yrs)Activity # 123054Not your traditional fitness activities, relays, water relays andobstacle course. Show up and find out what this day is all about.Register by Wednesday, April 11. Maximum 3005 Friday, April 13 1:00pm - 3:00pmSupervised by: Recreation Staff6 www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294


Summer CampsRegistration Information:IOP Residents: March 26 - Until FullNon Residents: April 9 - Until FullWEE CAMP (3-4yrs)Wee Camp offers a session in which children, age 3-4 are giventhe chance to socialize and interact with others while enjoyingopportunities such as arts & crafts, games, outdoor activities andWet & Wild Days. Children bring lunch everyday. Snacks areprovided. Children need to be 3 years old by September 1, 2011.Registration is Non-Refundable and Non-TransferableActivity # 120035Monday - Friday 9:00am - 1:00pm$35 resident/$40 non-resident/weekWee Camp Dates and Themes:Week 1: June 11 - 15 - Imaginarium WeekLet your kids imagination go wild.Week 2: June 18 - 22 - Pirate WeekArrgg! Campers will get to experience the Pirate Life.Week 3: June 25 - 29 - Wild WatersBeat the heat of summer with a week full of water games andactivities.Week 4: July 2 - 6 - Hawaiian HeavenWe’re going to have a Luau Beach Party! Hula hoop and limbocontests. No Camp on July 4Week 5: July 9 - 13 - Under the SeaCampers will get to a chance to learn and experience local sealife.Week 6: July 16 - 21 - Sweet Treat WeekThis week involves campers favorite foods and everyone knowsa campers favorite food involves candy.Week 7: July 24 - 29 - Nickelodeon WeekCampers will get to explore the IOP Rec with Sponge Bob andDora the Explore and many more Nickelodeon friends.Week 8: July 30 - Aug 3 - Clowning AroundThe circus is coming up! Campers will create clown costume andhave a clown party!CAMP SUMMERSHINE (5-12yrs)Camp Summershine offers a variety of fun and interactiveopportunities including arts/crafts, indoor/outdoor activities,trips to the beach & field trips. Children bring lunch everyday.Snacks are provided. Children need to be 5 years by September1, 2011. $25 Deposit Non-Refundable and Non-TransferableActivity # 120037 Ages 5-7Activity # 120038 Ages 8-12Monday - Friday$65 resident/$70 non-resident/ weekCamp Sumershine Dates and Themes:9:00am - 3:00pmSupervision from 8:30am - 3:30pmWeek 1: June 11 -15 - Moovin and GroovinCampers will get to sing and dance like there parents did in the80’s.Week 2: June 18 - 22 - Pirate WeekArrgg! Campers will get to experience the Pirate Life. And visitBlackbeard’s Cove.Week 3: June 25 - 29 - Wild WatersBeat the heat of summer with a week full of water games andactivities.Week 4: July 2 - 6 - Hawaiian HeavenWe’re going to have a Luau Beach Party! Hula hoop and limbocontests. No Camp on July 4Week 5: July 9 - 13 - Dodge This!Welcome to the wonderful world of Dodgeball!!Week 6: July 16 - 21 - Sweet Treat WeekThis week involves campers favorite foods and everyone knowsa campers favorite food involves candy.Week 7: July 23 - 29 - Survivor weekThis week the campers will be put to the test to see if they cansurvive Camp Summershine.Week 8: July 30 - Aug 3 - Island IdolTalent show will be on Friday, August 3rd at 2:00pmwww.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 7


Youth SportsFAST START BASEBALL (3-4 yrs)Activity # 313001Fast Start Baseball is designed to teach children and parentsvarious skills associated with baseball. Parents will be requiredto sign a Code of Ethics prior to the season. One parent fromeach family must attend all activities. The Team Leader, a selectedparent from each team, will act as the primary coach.Must Be 3 years old by March 1, 2012 Space is Limited!Fast Start Registration:Residents: January 23 - February 24Non-Residents: January 30 - February 24$20 resident/$25 non-residentMandatory Parent/Player Meeting:Tuesday, March 6 5:15pmSeason Information:Season starts: AprilActivity days: Saturday MorningsFast Start Picture day: Wednesday, April 18YOUTH BASEBALL (5-12 yrs) *Player age as of April 30, 2012Residents: January 23 - February 24Non-Residents: January 30 - February 24$30 resident/$35 non-residentT– Ball: Ages 5-6 Activity # 313002Machine Pitch: Ages 7-8 Activity # 313003Youth Baseball: Ages 9-12 Activity # 313004Mandatory Skill Evaluation (ages 9-12 only):Wednesday, February 29 5:45pmMandatory Parent/Player Meeting:Tuesday, March 6 6:00pmSeason Information:Game days: T-Ball: SaturdaysMachine Pitch: SaturdaysYouth Baseball: Tuesdays and ThursdaysYouth Baseball Picture Day: Wednesday, April 18Practice begins in March and will be determined by coaches.Participants will receive a team jersey and hat.GIRLS SOFTBALL (9-11yrs) *Player age as of January 1, 2012*Activity # 313006Registration Information:Residents: January 23 - February 17Non Residents: January 30 - February 17$30 resident/$35 non-residentMandatory Player/Parent Meeting:Tuesday, March 6 6:00pmBASEBALL PITCHING CLINIC (9-12yrs)Activity # 313007FREELearn and improve your pitching techniques.02 Monday, March 12 5:15pm - 6:15pmInstructor: Phil CharlesBASEBALL HITTING CLINIC (9-12yrs)Activity # 313007FREELearn and improve your hitting form.03 Tuesday, March 13 5:15pm - 6:15pmInstructor: Randy SheetsBASEBALL HOMERUN DERBY (9-12yrs)Activity # 313007FREE01 Monday, March 19 5:00pmRegister by Wednesday, March 14Test your batting skills. Come challenge yourself to see howmany homeruns you can hit. Prizes will be awarded to the 1stand 2nd place finisher.Location: Scalise Baseball FieldFRIDAY NIGHT HOOPS (7-12yrs)Children learn proper passing techniques, develop basicdribbling skills using both hands and will participate invarious drills and games. GymnasiumFridays 6:00pm - 8:00pmJanuary 6February 3March 2 & March 23April 13Drop in: $10 per sessionInstructor: Joey FrazierFRIDAY NIGHTS SPIKESChildren will learn and improve skills and fundamentals ofvolleyball. Learn through drills and instruction aimed atdeveloping the whole player. Register by Wednesday beforeeach scheduled activity. Gymnasium Min. 6 Max. 20Friday Night Spikes Co-Ed Ages 5-9 & Boys Ages 8-13Activity # 310024 (CO-ED Ages 5-9)Fridays6:00pm - 7:00pmActivity # 310034 (BOYS Only 8-13)Fridays7:00pm - 8:00pmSession Dates:03 March 3004 April 27$10 per sessionFriday Night Spikes Co-Ed Ages 10-12 & Ages 13-16Activity # 310004 (CO-ED Ages 10-12)Fridays6:00pm - 7:00pmActivity # 310014 (CO-ED Ages 13-16)Fridays7:00pm - 8:00pmSession Dates:01 January 2002 February 1703 March 16$10 per sessionInstructor: Laura Togami8 www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294


Youth SportsDODGEBALL PICKUP GAMES (7-12yrs)Come enjoy variations of dodgeball games. Bring a friend orcome on your own. All players are welcome.Wednesdays 4:00pm - 5:00pmMarch 28April 25FREESupervised by Recreation StaffSUMMER ATHLETIC CAMPSRegistration Information:IOP Residents: March 26 - Until FullNon Residents: April 9 - Until FullCHALLENGER SOCCER CAMP (5-16 yrs)Activity # 321102Camp Dates: June 11 - 159:00am - 12:00pm$125 resident/ $130 non-residentLate Registration: after May 28 additional $10Soccer players will take part in exercises and games to improvetechnical and tactical abilities. Children will learn lessons in selfdiscipline , good sportsmanship and respect for others and thegame. Campers will receive a soccer ball, shirt, poster andevaluation.Instructor: Challenger SportsRISING STARS BASKETBALL CAMP (5-13yrs)Activity # 322100Camp Dates: June 18 - June 22Full Day 9:00am - 4:00pm$180 resident/$185 non-residentHalf Day 9:00am - 12:00pm$125 resident/$130 non-residentCamp is based around the SuperSix Self Improvement Stations.Camp will be supervised bycertified coaches and collegeplayers Campers will receive acamp t-shirt and basketball. Fullday campers will need to providelunch.Space is limited to 70 participants.Instructor: Rising Stars BasketballStaffGIRLS VOLLEYBALL CAMP (10-15yrs)Activity # 320100Camp Dates: July 9 - July 139:00am - 12:00pm$125 resident/ $130 non-residentCamp is designed to develop the fundamental skills ofvolleyball. Girls will receive a camp t - shirt.Space is limited to 50 participants.Instructor: Alexis GloverBOYS LACROSSE CAMP (7-18yrs)Activity # 320101Camp Dates: July 16 - July 209:00am - 12:00pm$125 resident/$130 non-residentLate Registration: after July 2 additional $15Campers will learn passing, catching and shooting techniques.All campers receive a reversible pinny. Campers need to bring astick, gloves, helmet, shoulder and elbow pads.Instructor: Lowcountry LacrosseGIRLS LACROSSE CAMP(7-18yrs)Activity # 320102Camp Dates: July 23 - July 279:00am - 12:00pm$125 resident/$130 non-residentLate Registration:after July 2 additional $15Campers will learn passing,catching and shooting techniques.All campers receive a reversiblepinny. Campers need to bring astick, gloves and goggles.Instructor: Lowcountry LacrosseSUAREZ SOCCER CAMP (5-13yrs)Activity # 321101Camp Dates: July 30 - August 301 Full Day 9:00am - 3:00pm$180 resident/$185 non-resident02 Half Day 9:00am - 12:00pm$125 resident /$130 non-residentCamp is designed to develop fundamental techniques of soccerin a fun, learning environment. The camp will be staffed bycoaches and professional players. Full day campers will need toprovide lunch. Campers will receive a camp t-shirt.Instructor: Suarez Soccer Staffwww.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 9


Adult ProgramsYOGA - MORNINGActivity # 111031Hatha yoga, focusing on core muscles and balancing withbreathing and relaxation. High/Low Tide RoomsMondays & Wednesdays 9:15am - 10:15am01 January 4 - January 3002 February 1 - February 2903 March 5 - March 2804 April 2 - April 30$40 resident/ $45 non-resident Drop-in fee: $7 per classInstructor: Pat BoydYOGA - AFTERNOONActivity # 111030Focus on using core muscles, stretching and balancing withbreathing and relaxation. High/Low Tide RoomsTuesdays & Thursdays 12:30pm - 2:00pm01 January 3 - January 3102 February 2 - February 2803 March 1 - March 2904 April 3 - April 26$52 resident/ $57 non-resident Drop-in fee: $10 per classInstructor: Pat BoydYOGA - EVENINGActivity # 111032Focus on using core muscles, stretching and balancing withbreathing and relaxation. High/Low Tide RoomsWednesdays 5:30pm - 6:30pm01 January 4 - January 2502 February 1 - February 2903 March 7 - March 2804 April 4 - April 25$20resident/ $25 non-resident Drop-in fee: $7 per classInstructor: Jen SchoolfieldYOGA - SATURDAYActivity # 111033Hatha yoga, focusing on core muscles and balancing withbreathing and relaxation. High/Low Tide RoomsSaturdays 10:00am -11:15am01 January 7 - January 2802 February 4 - February 2503 March 3 - March 3104 April 7 - April 28$26 resident/ $31 non-resident Drop-in fee: $10 per classInstructor: Jen SchoolfieldTOTAL BODY CHALLENGEMonday: Boot Camp - Work off the weekend with this high impact class,weights, cardio & resistance work.Tuesday: Core Resistance - A total core workout utilizing stability ball andmedicine ballWednesday: Cardio Combo - A combination of cardio and strengthtraining, this interval workout will get your body moving.Thursday: Body Works - Complete body work out,. Class style varies tokeep it fun and energetic.Friday: Total Body Movement - Boot camp style. Get the strengthand ability needed to give you an overall better body.Monday - Friday 8:00am - 9:00am01 January 3 - January 3102 February 1 - February 2903 March 1 - March 3004 April 2 - April 30Activity # 111022 20 Classes $70 resident/ $75 non-residentActivity # 111023 16 Classes $56 resident/ $61 non-residentActivity # 111024 12 Classes $42 resident/ $47 non-residentActivity # 111025 8 Classes $28 resident/ $33 non-residentActivity # 111026 4 Classes $14 resident/ $19 non-residentInstructors: Pat Boyd & Angela ReinhardtSEMI-PERSONAL TRAININGShare the experience of personal training. Train with a purposeand confidence. Class will help with goal setting, motivationalstrategies and skills to create a healthier lifestyle. Morning orEvening workout times. Pre-register for class.www.palmettofitnessandhealth.comHigh Tide Room Min. 4 Max. 6Tuesdays & ThursdaysActivity # 111017 10:30am - 11:30amActivity # 111117 5:30pm - 6:30pm01 January 3 - January 3102 February 2 - February 2803 March 1 - March 2904 April 3 - April 26$64 resident/ $69 non-residentInstructor: Geri D’Italia; BSC, CHES, NASM-CPTZUMBAActivity # 111040A fun dance workout utilizing fitness interval and resistancetraining guaranteed to boost energy, improve strength, tonebody and burn calories. High Tide/Low TideMondays & Wednesdays 6:45pm - 7:45pm01 January 4 - January 3002 February 1 - February 2903 March 5 - March 2804 April 2 - April 30$25 resident/ $30 non-resident / 4 classes per month$50 resident/ $55 non-resident / 8 classes per monthDrop-in fee: $8 per classInstructor: Dale Ellison10 www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294


KINDERPUPPY (Puppies 12-20 weeks)Activity # 111011Puppies learn basic commands such as sit, stay and come.Owners must provide proof of DHLPP and Kennel Coughvaccination to participate. Do NOT bring your dog to 1 st class.Pre-register for class.Gymnasium Min. 6 Max. 9Mondays 6:30pm – 7:30pm01 January 9 - February 20 (No Class January 16)03 March 12 - April 1605 May 7 - June 18 (No Class May 28)$115 resident/ $120 non-residentInstructor: Susan MarrettJUST THE BASICS (6 mos & older)Activity # 111014An introductory class for dogs 6 months and older. No previoustraining is required. Dogs are taught good manners and basiccommands such as sit, down, stand, stay, wait, leave it, walk ona loose leash and more. Do not bring dog to 1st class.Pre-register for class.Gymnasium Min. 6 Max. 9Mondays 7:30pm - 8:30pm01 January 9 - February 20 (No Class January 16)05 May 7 - June 18 (No Class May 28)$115 resident/ $120 non-residentInstructor: Susan MarrettCANINE GOOD CITIZENSHIPActivity# 111013This class is for puppies and young dogs that have completedKinderpuppy class and are ready towork towards Canine GoodCitizenship (CGC) certification.Dogs learn to sit down and staywith distractions and at a distance, calmly greet people andother dogs, walk on a loose leashand practice skills from the CGCtest. Problem behavior solvingincluded. Test will be given on lastday of class. Bring Dog to 1st class.Gymnasium Min. 6 Max. 9Mondays 7:30pm - 8:30pm03 March 12 - April 16Instructor: Susan MarrettTAE KWON DO TOURNAMENTActivity # 121020Annual event will include eliminations and finals in forms andsparring for all groups along with demonstrations and boardbreaking, followed by black belt testing .Gymnasium04 Saturday, April 21 10:00am$45 resident/non-residentOfficials: USATMA MastersTAE KWON DOActivity # 131019Develop balance, accuracy, speed, power, focus, self-confidenceand flexibility. Training includes stretching, mild running, forms,3 step sparring, freestyle non-contact sparring and self defensetechniques. Learn the joy of “single-tasking” as you concentrateon learning a new skill. Adult participants can join anytime.BEGINNERS/LOWER BELTS:Mondays 6:30pm - 7:30pmWednesdays 7:00pm - 7:45pmBROWN/BLACK BELTS:Wednesdays 7:45pm - 9:15pmSaturdays 10:00am - 12:00pm$35 resident/$40 non-resident per monthInstructor: Master Jack Emmel, MD, 7th DanDeborah Gessert, 6th DanTENNIS LESSONS - IntermediateGroup women’s lessons. Check website for Beginner lessons.Tennis CourtsTuesdays & Thursdays 8:30am - 9:30am01 January 10 - February 202 February 7 - March 103 March 6 - March 29$100 resident/ $105 non-residentTennis Instructor: Corrine EnrightADULT TENNIS - Private LessonsPrivate and semi private lessons available from the IOPRecreation Tennis Professional. Private lesson times arearranged on individual basis. Please call 886-8294 to set uplessons.Private Classes1 hour $45 resident/ $50 non-residentSemi Private LessonDepending on number of people in groupInstructor: Corinne EnrightWRITING FROM MEMORYActivity # 112059Oscar Wilde once wrote: “Memory is the diary we all carryaround with us.” You and the life you have lived are unique.Record your experiences by writing. This class will help you toshape your thoughts, understand the literary form, establish aworkflow, polish your draft, and provide a place for you to shareyour work within a community of like-minded writers. Feel freeto bring to class any works-in-progress, any snippets of writingyou may have already started. Pre-register for class.Magnolia Room Min. 4 Max. 15Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am01 January 31 - March 20$40 resident/ $45 non-residentInstructor: Judith Lunsfordwww.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 11


Adult ProgramsLEGACY WRITINGActivity # 112059Everyone has a story to tell. So leave a legacy. During the firsttwo sessions, learn five ways to record and document your lifeexperiences---the poem, the letter, the diary, the photo journal,and the memoir. Then, find the form that suits you best and starta project. Develop and share your work with writers who havesimilar interests and will give positive feedback. Pre-register forclass. Magnolia Room Min. 4 Max. 15Wednesdays 5:30pm - 7:00pm02 February 1 - March 21$40 resident/ $45 non-residentInstructor: Judith LunsfordPHOTO CONTESTThe Isle of Palms Recreation Departmenthosts a photo contest. Winning photos will beused on the Activity Guide Cover & Website. Photographers must be residents of Isle of Palms Entries must be submitted by the original photographer. Allentries must be accompanied by an Entry Form Photos must be appropriate for posting in city governmentpublications. Photos containing recognizable people must beaccompanied by a Model Release Form. Entries must be digital images Up to 3 entries may be submitted Submit each photo in one of three categoriesLifestyle IOP - Cityscape, People, ActivitiesNatural IOP - Landscapes, PlantsWild IOP - Animals, Pets All photos will become property of City of Isle of Palms andmay be used in city publications. Images should be emailed to kferrell@iop.netAll Photos must be submitted by: Friday, March 30 at 4:30pmDetailed Rules & Entry Forms on www.iop.netAdult SportsADULT SPRING 3 ON 3 BASKETBALLRegistration Information: January 30 - February 24$60 per team Max 12 teams6 player rostersAges: 18 and upCaptain’s Meeting: Wednesday, March 7 at 5:00pmGame Days: Tuesday EveningsLocation: GymnasiumADULT SPRING SOFTBALLRegistration Information: January 30 - February 24$425 per team Max 12 teams20 player rostersAges: 18 and upCaptain’s Meeting: Wednesday, March 7 at 5:30pmGame Days: Monday and Wednesday eveningsLocation: Clarkin Softball FieldOPEN TABLE TENNIS LEAGUEActivity # 112054Registration Information: January 30 - February 24$5 per person Min. 4 Max. 12Captain’s Meeting: Tuesday, February 28 at 10:00amGame Days: TuesdaysGame Time: 10:00am - 12:00pmCompete against your friends. League schedule will be drawnwith players registered. Champion will receive an award.Location: GymnasiumFIRST PITCH HALF RUBBER TOURNAMENTSaturday, March 24Field lights will be turned off at 10:00pm on March 24Games may be played on Sunday, March 25 if neededPre Register by Wednesday, March 21Registration Fee: $20 per personBOATER EDUCATIONParticipants must register with SC Department of NaturalResources and have social security number to attend.Participants under 12 must be accompanied by a guardianPalmetto RoomSaturday, January 21 9:00am - 4:00pmSaturday, April 14 10:00am - 5:00pmInstructor: SC DNR More Information: www.dnr.sc.govHUNTER EDUCATIONParticipants must register with SC Department of NaturalResources and have social security number to attend.Participants under 12 must be accompanied by a guardianPalmetto RoomSaturday, March 3 9:00am - 5:00pmInstructor: SC DNR More Information: www.dnr.sc.govTournament Information:Check In/Captain’s Meeting at 7:30amGames Begin at 8:00amTeams: 3 & 4 personAges: 16 and upPrizes awarded to 1st and 2nd PlaceADULT FRISBEE GOLF TOURNAMENTActivity # 310002Saturday, April 14 1:00pmRegister by Wednesday, April 11Ages: 16 and upThe lowest scorer will receive a prize. Participants will be dividedinto groups of 4 players.FREE12 www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294


Senior ProgramsBOOK SWAP/ BOOK ON TAPEDonate or borrow a Book from the Isle of Palms RecreationDepartment Library. Open during the hours of operation/ hoursmay be limited due to programsFREEKEENAGERS (Senior Social Group 50yrs+)Wednesdays September - May50 years and older1st Wednesday:Cover dish luncheon at Noon2nd Wednesday:Lunch bunch3rd Wednesday:Field trip or special activityTo participate in these activities join the KeenagersMembership Fees:$5 resident single/ $7 resident couple$8 non-resident single/$12 non-resident coupleEXERCISE CLASS (50yrs+)Activity # 162063Work on all areas of fitness. Start with movement exercises, andfinish up with a series of chair and weight exercises.High Tide/Low Tide RoomsMondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 3:00pm - 4:00pmFREE (Call 886-8294 for availability)SENIOR AEROBICS (50yrs+)Activity # 132064Work on strengthening muscles, tightening core, flexibility andbalance. Open to all exercise levels. Bring water to class.High Tide/Low Tide RoomsTuesdays & Thursdays 3:00pm - 4:00pm$30 per month Drop In: $5 per classInstructor: Judy FischerLEGACY WRITINGActivity # 112059Everyone has a story to tell. So leave a legacy. During the firsttwo sessions, learn five ways to record and document your lifeexperiences---the poem, the letter, the diary, the photo journal,and the memoir. Then, find the form that suits you best andstart a project. Develop and share your work with writers whohave similar interests and will give positive feedback.Pre-register for class.Magnolia Room Min. 4 Max. 15Wednesdays 5:30pm - 7:00pm02 February 1 - March 14$40 resident/ $45 non-residentInstructor: Judith LunsfordWRITING FROM MEMORYActivity # 112059Oscar Wilde once wrote: “Memory is the diary we all carryaround with us.” You and the life you have lived are unique.Record your experiences by writing. This class will help you toshape your thoughts, understand the literary form, establish aworkflow, polish your draft, and provide a place for you to shareyour work within a community of like-minded writers. Feel freeto bring to class any works-in-progress, any snippets of writingyou may have already started. Pre-register for class.Magnolia Room Min. 4 Max. 15Tuesdays 10:00am - 11:30am01 January 31 - March 21$40 resident/ $45 non-residentInstructor: Judith LunsfordOPEN TABLE TENNIS LEAGUEActivity # 112054Registration Information: January 30 - February 24$5 per person Min. 4 Max. 12Captain’s Meeting: Tuesday, February 28 at 10:00amGame Days: TuesdaysGame Time: 10:00am - 12:00pmCompete against your friends. League schedule will be drawnwith players registered. Champion will receive an award.Location: GymnasiumGATHER KNIT & STITCHWork on any types of needlework and meetnew friends.Mondays 10:00am - 11:30amFREEMAH JONGGBring your own Mah Jongg set.Mondays 12:00pm - 3:00pmFREEMEXICAN TRAINA strategic game of dominoes. Bring dominoes, play andsocialize with friends. Everyone Welcome!Magnolia Room2nd Friday of the month 10:00am - 12:00pmwww.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 13


Special EventsLowcountryBlues BashAT THE IOP RECREATION DEPARTMENT24 28th Avenue, Isle of PalmsSaturday, February 115:00pm - 8:30pmSunday, February 122:00pm - 5:30pmAdmission $5 at the doorChildren 12 & under FREEDoors open 30 minutes prior to 1st performanceConcessions availableVisit www.iop.net or www.BLUESBASH.comCall 886-8294 for more informationKID’S NIGHT OUT (5-12 yrs)Activity # 410006It is time to give the parents a break, so kids grab your friends andenjoy a night out at the Rec. Activities will include Karaoke, music,games, pizza and snacks. Register by Monday, January 23.Magnolia Room Min. 15 Max. 4001 Friday, January 27 6:00pm - 8:00pm$10 resident/ $15 non-residentCUPID’S CARD SHOPPE (14 & under)Activity # 410001Make a Valentines Day Card for the one you love.All materials provided.Thursday, February 9 4:00pm - untilFREEST. PATTY POT OF GOLD HUNT (5-14 yrs)Activity # 410003FREEHappy St. Patty’s Day! Come out to the Rec to decorateyour own pot to fill with gold. All materials provided.Magnolia Room Min. 5 Max. 2502 Thursday, March 15 4:00pmSupervised: Recreation StaffAN EGG-CELLENT CRAFT (5-14 yrs)Activity # 410003FREEJust in time for Easter! Comeout, dye and decorate EasterEggs with the Recreation Staff.All materials provided!03 Friday, March 231:00pmFREESupervised: Recreation StaffANNUAL YARD SALEActivity # 410002Spaces are limited, maximum 2 spaces per vendor.Vendors will be selling used and like items, the sale ofretail items will not be permitted.04 Saturday, April 21 8:00am - 12:00pm$5 for Residents/Non-ResidentsIOPEASTER EGGHUNTVisit the Easter Bunny!Egg Hunt with four different age divisionsJump Castles,Pony Rides,Ice Cream &Free Easter CandySaturday, April 710:00am SHARP!14 www.iop.net/ 843-886-8294


Isle of Palms Photo ContestSubmit one photo for each of the three categories Lifestyle IOP - Cityscape, People, Activities Natural IOP - Landscape, Plants Wild IOP - Animal, PetsSee page 12 for more information, call 843-886-8294 or visit www.iop.netDoggie Dayatthe RecSaturday, February 25th9:00amIOP Rec Dept.SCHEDULE OF EVENTSRABIES VACCINATION CLINIC ($6) andANNUAL IOP DOG LICENSE ($5)Please bring a copy of your dog’srabies vaccination to purchase a IOPdog license9:00am - 11:00amPET PHOTOS9:00amLOCAL RESCUES AVAILABLE9:00amDOG SHOW BEGINS10:00am15 contestants will be allowed tocompete in one of ten categoriesFor more information call 843-886-8294 or visit www.iop.net#24 28th Ave, Isle of Palmswww.iop.net/ 843-886-8294 15


Adult & Youth Tennis Pages 5 & 11Fast Start & Baseball RegistrationJanuary 23 - February 24Easter Egg HuntSaturday, April 7 10:00amMiddle School Dance Page 7Jump Start & Tiny Tots PreschoolCamp Summershine RegistrationIOP Residents: March 28Yard Sale Saturday, April 21Friday Night Spikes Page 8Doggie Day at the RecSaturday, February 25Athletic Camp Information Page 9Lowcountry Blues Bash February 11th & 12thFitness ClassesPage 10Spring Break Activities Page 6

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