2011 FALL - City of Auburn

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2011 FALL - City of Auburn

General InformationThe Auburn Parks and Recreation Department Administrative offices are located in the Dean RoadRecreation Center at 307 South Dean Road and are open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.2011 Fall BrochurePre-registration is required for all programs. Unless otherwise noted, registration will be taken Monday - Friday,8 a.m. - 5 p.m. at the Dean Road Recreation Center. Your early registration makes a difference, as allprograms have a minimum participation requirement. Registration is accepted on a first come, first servebasis. After a class has reached capacity, names will be placed on a waiting list.REGISTRATION BY MAIL: If you would like to register via mail or you would like to fill out a registration form inadvance, please see page 3 of this brochure to complete the form.PHOTOS: City of Auburn staff will periodically take photos of program participants and park visitors. These photosmay be used in our publications, including seasonal program guides, facility brochures, advertisements, andon our website. If you do not wish not to have your photo taken, please notify the photographer at that time.WAIVER AND RELEASE: All participants in programs conducted by the City of Auburn Parks and RecreationDepartment are required to sign a liability/waiver release form. Participants under the age of 19 will berequired to have a parent/guardian sign for them.FEES: Classes with fees paid to the CITY OF AUBURN or AUBURN ADVISORY BOARD must be registered for inperson. If a participant is under 19 years of age, a parent or legal guardian must complete registration. Thefees for these classes must be paid at the time of registration. Participants for classes paid to the INSTRUCTORmay pre-register by calling 501-2930. Fees for these classes must be paid at the first class meeting and theregistration form and waiver must be turned in at that time.REFUNDS: Refunds will be given only when a participant cancels from an activity before the first class or tryoutday. The Administrative Office must be notified in order to receive a refund. If registration does not secure theminimum number required for a class to be held, the class will be canceled and a refund mailed. To receivea refund where the fee is payable to the instructor, you must notify the instructor for that class.CEMETERIES: Auburn Parks and Recreation is responsible for Memorial Park, Westview, Pine Hill, and TownCreek Cemeteries. To purchase bronze markers or lots, arrange for burial, or for more information, please pickup the cemetery brochure or contact the Dean Road Recreation Center at 501-2930.PICNIC FACILITIES: Picnic facilities at Duck Samford, Kiesel, Town Creek, Bowden, Sam Harris, Martin Luther King and FeltonLittle Parks are available for reservations. To reserve a park, contact the Dean Road Recreation Center at 501-2930.RENT-A-FACILITY: City of Auburn Parks and Recreation facilities and parks are available to the public forrental. Rental fees vary depending on the amount of space, equipment, and type of facility needed. Formore information on City facilities, please visit auburnalabama.org/parks or refer to our Parks and RecreationGuide, available at the Dean Road Recreation Center. For information on the Historic Nunn-Winston Houseat Kiesel Park, contact Lynne Furlow at 821-1945.ACCOMMODATIONS: Upon request, qualified individuals with disabilities will be provided with reasonableauxiliary aids and services. To ensure effectiveness of the accommodations, the City requests that theAdministrative offices of Parks and Recreation Department be notified of the need at least 48 hours prior tothe program, event, or activity.Please refer to the back of this brochure for a complete listing of all facilities and parks. You may also referto the Parks and Recreation Guide, available at the Dean Road Recreation Center, for a map and detailedinformation about each individual park and facility.NOTES: Participants in all Auburn Parks and Recreation programs must be toilet trained. If participants are notpicked up on time from programs, a late fee will be assessed.SERVICE FEES: A $30 service fee will be charged on all checks returned by the bank.Abbreviation GuideFee/PayableCOA City of AuburnAAA Auburn Arts AssociationAAB Auburn Advisory BoardINST InstructorAACT Auburn Area Community TheatreProgram fees are listed in bold immediatelyfollowing the program description, unless otherwisenoted.Dates/Days of the WeekDates are listed in month/date format. Forexample, February 1 is listed as 2/1.M MondayT TuesdayW WednesdayR ThursdayF FridaySA SaturdaySU SundayEO Every OtherFacilities/LocationsAHS Auburn High SchoolAHST Auburn High School TrackADB Auburn Dixie BaseballAJHS Auburn Junior High SchoolASC Auburn Soccer ComplexASF Auburn Softball ComplexATPS Auburn Technology Park South - LakeBCC Boykin Community CenterDRRC Dean Road Recreation CenterDMSG Drake Middle School GymnasiumDP Drake PoolDSP Duck Samford ParkDTWN Downtown AuburnFBRC Frank Brown Recreation CenterJDCAC Jan Dempsey Community Arts CenterKP Kiesel ParkPSA Premier Spirit AcademySP Samford PoolTCP Town Creek ParkYTC City of Auburn/Auburn UniversityYarbrough Tennis Center2 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Program Registration FormParks and Recreation DepartmentProgram Registration FormFall 2011This form is not to be used for athletics or tennis. Please obtain a separate form at the Dean Road Recreation Center to register for either program.Name of Participant (one per form) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________Address __________________________________________________________________ City__________________________State________Zip_______________Home Phone _____________________________________________ Work Phone___________________________Cell Phone___________________________Email Address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Emergency Contact Name & Phone Number ___________________________________________________________________________________________Allergies & Other Medical Information __________________________________________________________________________________________________If you are registering a child for a program, please complete the following:Date of Birth ___________________________________________________ Age _______________________________ Grade (as of Fall 2011) ___________Mother’s Name________________________________________________ Phone (H)__________________________ (W) _____________________________Father’s Name ________________________________________________ Phone (H)__________________________ (W) _____________________________All registration is subject to space availability.Please complete and sign the Waiver and Release of Claims Form on the reverse side of this Registration Form.Fees payable to the City of Auburn or Auburn Parks and Recreation Department Advisory (APRD) Board are due at the time of registration.Fees payable to the instructor are due on the first day of class.Name of Class______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Instructor ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Time of Class _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Location of Class ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Name of Class______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Instructor ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Time of Class _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Location of Class ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Name of Class______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Instructor ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Time of Class _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Location of Class ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Name of Class______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Instructor ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Time of Class _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Location of Class ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Auburn Parks & Recreation3


Program Registration FormIMPORTANT INFORMATIONThe City of Auburn strives to conduct its recreation programs and activities in a safe manner and holds the safetyof participants in the highest regard. Participants and parents registering their child in recreation programs mustrecognize, however, that there is an inherent risk of injury when choosing to participate in any recreation activities.The City of Auburn continually strives to reduce such risks and insists that all participants follow safety rulesand instructions, which have been designed to protect the participant’s safety.Please recognize that the City of Auburn does not carry medical accident insurance for injuries sustained in its programs.The cost of such would make program fees prohibitive. Therefore, each person registering themselves ora family member/ward for a recreation program/activity should review their own insurance policy for coverage.Due to the difficulty and high cost of obtaining liability insurance, the City of Auburn requires the execution of thefollowing liability Waiver and Release. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMSPlease read this form carefully and be aware that in registering yourself and your ward for participation in this/these program(s) you will be waiving and release all claims for injuries, damages, or loss you or your ward mightsustain through participation in this/these program(s) listed below.PLEASE LIST PROGRAMS IN WHICH YOU OR YOUR FAMILY MEMBER/WARD ARE PARTICIPATING___________________________________________________________________________________________________As a participant or the parent/guardian of a participant in this program, I recognize and acknowledge that thereare certain risks of physical injury, and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages, or loss which I or myward may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with, or in any way associatedwith, the activities of the program.I do hereby fully waive, release, and discharge the City of Auburn, its officers, agents, servants, representatives,employees, and program board members from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss which I or myward may sustain or which may accrue to me or my ward arising out of, connected with, or in any way associatedwith the activities of the program.I further agree to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend the City of Auburn, its officials, agents, servants, representatives,employees, and program board members from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss sustainedby me or my ward, arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of the program.In the event of any emergency, I authorize program officials to secure from any licensed hospital, physicians and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for my or my ward’s immediate care and agree that Iwill be responsible for payment of any and all medical services rendered.I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE PROGRAM DETAILS, WAIVER ANDRELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS, AND PERMISSION TO SECURE TREATMENT.Participant’s Full Name _______________________________________________________________________________ (Print)Signature of Participant, Parent, or Legal Guardian ___________________________________Date___________________MUST BE SIGNED BY PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN IF PARTICIPANT IS UNDER 19 YEARS OF AGE.4 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Table of ContentsArts & Crafts .....................................................................7Athletics ..........................................................................11Birthday Party Packages/Showers ..............................14Ceramics ........................................................................15Clubs ...............................................................................17Dance ............................................................................18Facility Directory ............................................................36Fitness .............................................................................21General Information .......................................................2Martial Arts .....................................................................23Department DirectoryMusic ...............................................................................24Registration Form & Waiver ............................................3Seniors .............................................................................24Special Events ..................................................................6Swimming .......................................................................27Tennis ..............................................................................28Theatre ...........................................................................32Therapeutics ..................................................................33Unique Activities ............................................................34Please see the Clubs section for ABC-123.Please see page 35 for a list of Fall Quarter Dates.Administration ................................................... 501-2930Sari Card .............................................................501-2933Administrative AssistantSarah Derrick ......................................................501-2934Administrative SecretaryKevin Kelly ...........................................................501-2932Administrative CoordinatorBecky Richardson ...............................................501-2931DirectorMeg Rainey .........................................................501-2936Public Relations SpecialistParks Services ................................................... 501-2930Superintendent ................................................. 501-2930Tom Cardwell .....................................................501-2959Athletic FacilitiesRobert Heath ......................................................501-2937Cemetery & ParksJames Jennings ..................................................501-2938Beautification & Urban ForestryBill Little ................................................................501-2935Facilities & MaintenanceParks and Recreation Shop ............................. 501-2959Leisure Services ................................................ 501-2930Alison S. Hall ........................................................501-2940Community & Special Programs DirectorVacant ................................................................501-2961Recreation Center Director/Boykin CenterAuburn Parks & RecreationCari Philen ...........................................................501-2944Art Education SpecialistDana Stewart ......................................................501-2939Special Programs CoordinatorDee Watson ........................................................501-2948Recreation Center Director/Frank Brown & AquaticsManagerMelissa Weldon ...................................................501-2946Recreation Center Director/Dean Road & YouthEnrichment ManagerSara Hand ...........................................................501-2963Cultural Arts Director/Jan Dempsey Community ArtsCenterAthletics ............................................................. 501-2930Robby Carter ......................................................501-2976Softball Complex DirectorTravis DeBardelaben ..........................................501-2921Tennis Center DirectorStephen Dickerson .............................................501-2945League Sports CoordinatorDavid Hume ........................................................501-2922Tennis ProfessionalJarrett Jones .......................................................501-2941League Sports CoordinatorHouston Manning ...............................................501-2942Athletic Programs DirectorRyan Molt ............................................................501-2943League Sports Coordinator5


Special EventsFriday Night Splash!Save the date, mark your calendar, and come celebrate summer with the Auburn Parks and RecreationAquatics staff. On the last Friday in July and August, join us for music, trivia, free swim, games, and hot dogson the grill! FREE with 2011 Splash Pass or $2/person.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL F 7/29, 8/26 6 - 8 p.m. SPContact: 2 nd Annual Farewell Summer Block PartySponsored by Chick-fil-A Magnolia AvenueJoin Auburn Parks and Recreation as we send summer out in style at the Farewell Summer Block Party,sponsored by Chick-fil-A on Magnolia Avenue, on Thursday, August 4 at 6 p.m. at Town Creek Park. Enjoya FREE concert with music from Summer Breeze, purchase food on-site from Chick-fil-A, enter for a chanceto win door prizes, and pick up coupons and sales tax holiday weekend specials. Kids, don’t miss yourchance to bounce around on inflatables, courtesy of Kinnucan’s. The Southeastern Raptor Center will hostan educational program and hawk and owl release to kick off the event.The first 400 people in attendance will receive coupons and specials from Auburn merchants. Limit onebag per family. Attendees will also have a chance to enter to win door prizes, courtesy of local merchantsand the Auburn Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit auburnalabama.org/parks or contactAuburn Parks and Recreation at 501-2930. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL R 8/4 6 - 8 p.m. TCPContact: Woofstock 2011Join the Lee County Humane Society (LCHS) for Woofstock 2011 on Saturday, August 27 from 9 a.m. - 2p.m. at Kiesel Park. Woofstock is a celebration for Lee County residents and their pets and includes liveentertainment, a children’s fun area, and activities for you and your four-legged friend to enjoy. Owners willhave an opportunity to register their dogs and purchase their City of Auburn dog tag, as required by CityOrdinance.Admission to this event is FREE. There is a small fee for some activities in the park. All proceeds benefitadoption programs for the animals at the LCHS. All dogs are welcome as long as they remain on a leash.For more information, visit leecountyhumane.org. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL SA 8/27 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. KPContact: 2011 Fall BrochureAdventures in Art 2011: Twelve Bar BluesThe Adventures in Art program entitled Twelve Bar Blues will be held August 29 – September 2 at the JanDempsey Community Arts Center. Adventures in Art is a field trip component of a community-based, arteducation program for all fourth and fifth grade students from Auburn City Schools. The program, in its twelfthyear, is sponsored by the City of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department, Jan Dempsey Community ArtsCenter, and the Junior League of Lee County and is one of many programs the City of Auburn and itscommunity partners are pleased to present for students from Auburn City Schools.This year’s program will focus on the preservation of Alabama Blues music as a traditional and contemporaryart form. The program will begin at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center with a performance by theAlabama Blues Project (ABP). Students will then split into groups and attend four components of the programthat will focus on a visual arts project where students will be introduced to Alabama folk artist Charlie Lucas,an interactive poetry workshop, a gallery talk, and a performance workshop with ABP. Each component willrelate to this year’s Adventures in Art theme, Alabama Blues. FREE to all Auburn City Schools fourth and fifthgrade students.The Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center will be closed to ALL classes the week of August 29 - September 2for Adventures in Art. Classes will resume the following week.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 th & 5 th Graders MTWRF 8/29 - 9/2 All day JDCACContact: 6 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Special EventsFall Sundown Concert Series at Kiesel ParkEnjoy a night (or several nights) of entertainment at one of Auburn’s premier parks…Kiesel Park is the perfect setting to listen to the enchantingsounds of local and regional musicians. Bring the family, a picnic supper, your lawn chairs and maybe even the family dog and enjoy a free,relaxing evening under the stars. FREE to the public.September 15 September 22 September 29Satin Soul John & the Conners The Good DoctorOctober 6 October 13 October 20 October 27Dave Potts Auburn Knights Orchestra Muse Tony Brook BandAll performances are on Thursday evenings at 6 p.m., unless otherwise noted.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL R 9/15 - 10/27 6 - 7:30 p.m. KPContact: Auburn Community Orchestra Fall ConcertEnjoy an afternoon of FREE, outdoor entertainment as the Auburn Community Orchestra presents their fall concert at Kiesel Park. Bring ablanket, picnic, and chairs and join us for a relaxing fall afternoon of music in the park. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL SU 9/25 4 p.m. KPContact: 11 th Annual Downtown Trick or TreatBring your monsters, stars, warriors and clowns to the best party in town. Join us in this excellent alternative to door-to-door trick-or-treating.Downtown merchants will provide treats for the children and delightful sounds from our “special” entertainment, Caterpillars of the Community,will fill the night air. Also, don’t miss out on your chance to win the “Best Costume” contest! Parents must accompany children at this event.FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & under M 10/31 6 - 8 p.m. DTWNContact: Auburn Parks & RecreationMark Your CalendarsThe Polar Express Holiday Celebration will be held on Saturday, December 3 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.Tickets will be on sale November 9 & 10 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center.Daddy-Daughter Date Night 2012 will be held February 9 - 11.Tickets go on sale Monday, December 12, 2011 at 8 a.m. at the Dean Road Recreation Center.Arts & CraftsOpen StudioCalling all artists! Bring your artwork, art supplies, and ideas and join your artistic peers. We are an encouraging group who will critique yourwork if asked and share art ideas between ourselves. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult F Ongoing 1 - 3 p.m. JDCACContact: Your Craft Projects - Knit, Crochet, Smock and MoreBring whatever project you are working on and enjoy the company of others with similar interests. The goal is to share your talents with othersaspiring to the same craft. Some participants are advanced in their subject matter while others are just learning. It is a GREAT opportunity tolearn a new craft. Crafts currently demonstrated include knitting, crocheting, smocking, sewing, scrapbooking, needlepoint, cross stitch andmore. Children are welcome to share the fun with parents. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL R (EO) 9/15 - 10/27 5:30 - 7 p.m. JDCACContact: 7


Arts & CraftsThe Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center will be closed to ALL classes the week ofAugust 29 - September 2 for Adventures in Art. Classes will resume the following week.Oils, Acrylics and Mixed MediaThis class is designed around the individual artist. Oil, acrylic, and mixed media techniques, along with old masterstechniques, will be taught to suit the individual student whether a beginner or professional. You will accomplishwhat your inspiration desires to paint. Private lessons are also available for all ages at the convenience of thestudent and the JDCAC schedule. Please contact instructor for times and availability. $15/class. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL TR 9/6 - 11/3 3 - 5 p.m. JDCACContact: New! Art for HomeschoolersJoin us in learning about artists and art techniques while exploring your own art style. These explorationscan include mixed media, painting, clay, drawing, and sculpture. Themes covered in the past includelandscapes, portraits, animals, and 3-D works. Classes will be broken into two groups (ages 5 - 9 and 10 -18) to allow for age-appropriate art experiences. Please register in advance. $50/first child. $45/additionalsibling. Payable to the AAA.Session I:Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 9 yrs W 9/14 - 11/2 9 - 11 a.m. JDCAC10 - 18 yrsSession II:Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 9 yrs R 9/15 - 11/3 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: 2011 Fall BrochureSmart ArtsCreative arts with a literature connection! Let the love of reading shine as your tot embraces art each weekthrough painting, music, and beginning math skills. $60/session. Payable to INST.Session I: All About MeAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location3 - 4 yrs F 9/9 - 9/30 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. JDCACSession I: Nocturnal AnimalsAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location3 - 4 yrs F 10/7 - 10/28 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. JDCACContact: New! Smart Arts for Tiny TotsTiny tots! Join us for a circle time with books and music, as well as a fun art activity each week! $60/session.Payable to INST.Session I: All About MeAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 mths - 2.5 yrs T 9/6 - 9/27 9 - 9:45 a.m. JDCACSession I: Nocturnal AnimalsAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 mths - 2.5 yrs T 10/4 - 10/25 9 - 9:45 a.m. JDCACContact: Fall 2011 Art Gallery Exhibition Schedule - Jan Dempsey Community Arts CenterMystic Order of East Alabama Fiction Writers Art Exhibition - August 1 - 25An exhibition and reading by six area artists/writers.Fall Invitational - August 29 - October 7A variety of works by regional craftpersons.Photo XIII Juried Exhibition - October 14 - November 30Annual photography competition featuring works by regional artists and photographers.8 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Arts & CraftsNew! Creative Writing for HomeschoolersCreative writing with an art connection! Join us each week for a writer’s workshop as we explore writing through drama, music, collage,painting, and more. All under the guidance of a certified teacher. $100. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location9 - 13 yrs M 9/12 - 10/31 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. JDCACContact: Private Art LessonsArtist and educator Laurie Brenden offers private and semi-private art lessons in addition to her group classes each quarter. A private lessonis for one student. Semi-private lessons are for two students. Students can be siblings, family members, friends, etc. These lessons are availableby appointment only and spaces are limited! Please contact the instructor directly for more information or to sign up for private art lessons.$80 (6, one-hour sessions) + $20 fee for materials. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 yrs & up By request 9/12 - 11/4 By request JDCACContact: New! Kids Can Draw: Sea CreaturesGet ready for a deep-sea adventure! Learn to draw sea creatures, including sharks, whales, turtles, dolphins, and more. Some basic drawingskills will be covered. Skill Level: Basic. No prior experience needed. Small group instruction. All supplies are included. $80. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 9 yrs W 9/12 - 10/31 3:30 - 5 p.m. JDCACContact: Kids Can Paint! SurrealismSurrealism is strange and sometimes silly art that explores dreams and the world of imagination! In this class students will explore the artwork ofsix famous artists: Salvador Dali, Rene’ Magritte, Max Ernst, Joan Miro’, Meret Oppenheim, and Frida Kahlo. Then, students will use these artistsand their works as a springboard to explore art and their own creativity. Each artist will have an “inspiration” piece based on their style, useof color, etc. However, each student will be encouraged to explore his or her own artistic style. Skill Level: Basic. No prior experience needed.Small group instruction. All supplies are included. $80. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 9 yrs M 9/14 - 11/2 3:30 - 5 p.m. JDCACContact: Fantasy Drawing: Incredible CreaturesLearn how to draw fantastic creatures using Jessica “Neon Dragon” Peffer’s Dragon Art Fantasy Characters book as a guide. Creaturescovered include fantasy creatures, mythological creatures, and creatures of the night. Skill Level: Intermediate: Student needs prior drawingexperience. (Prior experience includes taking Basic Drawing, another drawing class or permission from the instructor.) Small group instruction.All supplies are included. $80. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location10 - 15 yrs F 9/16 - 11/4 3:30 - 5 p.m. JDCACContact: Intermediate DrawingStudents with some experience in drawing will continue developing a personal style. Lessons will include work with texture, color, and differentdrawing media such as charcoal, pastel, pencil, and ink. Materials list is available. Class will meet for eight weeks. $70. Payable to the AAA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location15 & up T 9/20 - 11/8 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation9


Arts & CraftsBeginning WatercolorStudents will learn the use of paints, paper, and brushes. Instruction will include color, value, and techniquesof watercolor. There will be demonstrations on different subjects such as landscapes and still life, withconsideration for students’ needs. Experimentation with materials and techniques will be encouraged.Materials list will be available at first class. Class will meet 8 weeks. $70. Payable to the AAA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location15 & up R 9/22 - 11/10 1 - 3 p.m. JDCACContact: Learn to DrawLearn to accurately recreate on paper what appears 3-dimensional. Students will learn to sight proportionsand to use value to depict form. Lessons will alternate between careful rendering and a looser, more gesturalstyle. Pencil, charcoal, pastels, and erasers will be explored. For beginners. Some techniques from Drawingon the Right Side of the Brain will be used. Materials list will be available at first class. Class will meet for eightweeks. $70. Payable to the AAA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location15 & up T 9/20 - 11/8 1 - 3 p.m. JDCACContact: Advanced StudioStudents will be encouraged to explore elements of design and demonstrate how the use of a single mediumcan lead to multiple results. Any student with some experience of drawing and/or painting is encouraged toextend their creative options in this class. Materials list will be available at first class. Class will meet for eightweeks. $70. Payable to the AAA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location15 & up R 9/22 - 11/10 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: 2011 Fall BrochureNew! Pour, Drip, Paint!This two-day watercolor workshop will be held at the Jan Dempsey Art Center August 18 & 19. Students willlearn how to work abstractly with textures by pouring and dripping, starting with transparent watercolorsand then using opaque paints. Class will meet from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. each day. Two lunches will be includedin the fee, plus some materials. Participants provide their own watercolor paints; opaque paints and othermaterials will be provided. $115. A deposit of $25 must be received by August 10 to reserve a space. Payableto INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location15 & up RF 8/18 - 8/19 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. JDCACContact: New! Oil Painting Made SimpleLearn to paint from the ground/up with award winning artist Rhonda Brooks. Beginner and painters withsome experience will be comfortable with our planned approach to painting in oil. Supply list available uponregistration (please email instructor for list). See artist’s website at www.RhondaBrooks.wordpress.com. $100.Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult T 9/6 - 10/25 10 a.m. - Noon JDCACContact: 10 Auburn Parks & Recreation


AthleticsEligibility for Participation in Athletic ProgramsChild must live in the City of Auburn or parent/guardian must work in the City of Auburn.Children not meeting the residency or parent work requirements will be placed on hold and added to teams at the discretion of the leagueafter the registration period. These individuals will have a 50% increase in his/her fee.Volunteer CoachesAll coaches in Auburn Parks and Recreation’s athletic programs are volunteers who are certified through National Youth Sports CoachesAssociation. Coaches should have a basic knowledge of the sport they coach. A philosophy of participation, fun, sportsmanship andfundamentals of the sports are stressed to the coaches. Coaches are asked to complete a basic application/information form prior to theirselection, as well as a criminal background check consent form. If you are interested in making youth sports fun for kids, you may pick upa form at Dean Road Recreation Center.CDBG Sports Voucher ProgramThe City of Auburn has allocated Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to pay for registration fees for youth (up to age 18)to participate in sports programs available through the Auburn Parks and Recreation Department. CDBG funds may be used to pay forregistration fees up to $50. To qualify for assistance, the household must meet the income requirements. Funds are available for a limitedtime. For more information contact:City of Auburn Economic Development DepartmentCommunity Development Division122 Tichenor AvenueAuburn, AL 36830Phone: (334) 501-7280Fax: (334) 501-72892011 Fall Softball League InformationRegistration: August 1 - September 6Coaches Meeting: Season Begins: September 12Entry Fee: $45012 – 15 game seasonLeagues Offered:Mondays - Men’s 1 HR, Men’s 4-Unlimited HRTuesdays - Men’s Industrial/Open, Men’s ChurchWednesdays - Men’s Open 1–3 HR, Women’s OpenThursdays - Co-ed/Recreation, Co-ed/Competitive.For more information, please contact the Auburn Softball Complex at 501-2976.Drop-in BasketballCome by the Frank Brown Recreation Center and claim your spot on the courts during our open gym hours. Get a workout while having funplaying a game of basketball. All games last 12 minutes or 12 points. FBRC staff operates the clock. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 & up M - F Ongoing 10:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. FBRCSU Ongoing 1:30 - 4 p.m. FBRCContact:Southside Volleyball AssociationOpen volleyball for intermediate - advanced players. Come join us for some fun, fellowship, and exercise. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 & up MW Ongoing 6:30 - 9 p.m. FBRCContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation11


AthleticsCheerleading - Premier Spirit AcademyAuburn Parks and Recreation has teamed up with Premier Spirit Academy for the 2011 season. Girls willbe instructed by staff at Premier Spirit Academy in basic cheerleading skills and will be placed on squadsto cheer for Auburn Youth Football Association football games. Squads will practice once a week at theAcademy and cheer at one game each week. Registration will be held Aug. 1 - 26. $85. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location1st - 6th grade TBD Sept. - Nov. TBD PSAContact: Start Smart SoccerStart Smart Soccer prepares children for organized soccer in a fun environment while allowing children towork one-on-one with a parent. This six-week program teaches children a variety of soccer skills, includingdribbling, kicking & passing, trapping, and throw-ins & agility. Registration is limited. $50. Payable to AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 TBD TBD TBD DRRCContact: Youth Lacrosse Instructional LeagueAuburn Youth Lacrosse Club will be having its first fall instructional season. This will be a six week seasonbeginning in September. Boys and girls play separately. Players will be grouped by grade and “game days”will entail instruction, followed by a scrimmage. Players will play one day per week. This season is designedto learn the basic skills of lacrosse and practice fundamentals in order to properly learn the game and forplayers to be prepared for the spring season. This league is open to first-time and experienced players.All players MUST have proper lacrosse gear and US Lacrosse membership in order to play. Registrationforms can be found online or at the Dean Road Recreation Center. All registration and payment should besubmitted to the Dean Road Recreation Center. Registration will be held through Aug. 19. $40. Payable toAYLC.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location1st - 11th grades TBD TBD TBD TBDContact: 2011 Fall BrochureFlag FootballA modified version of football, this league will play once a week and practice a maximum of twice a week.Volunteers will coach the teams and will be required to be certified through the National Youth SportsCoaches Association. Tryout Date and Location: Monday, August 22, 2011 at Margie Piper Bailey Fieldslocated next to Wrights Mill Rd. Elementary School. Skills test for 7 year olds at 5:30 p.m. and skills test for 6year olds at 6:30 p.m. No exceptions. Please attend the correct age and time for skills testing. Register onlineat auburnalabama.org/football through Aug. 12. Walk-in registration Thursday, Aug. 11, 6 - 7 p.m. at DRRC.$25 + online fees or $35 for walk-in. Payable to COA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 & 7 TBD Sept. - Nov. TBD TBD*as of July 31, 2011Contact: Youth Recreation League Age GroupsFall 2011 - Spring 2012Age Group Date Cut-OffsUnder 6 8/1/05 - 7/31/07Under 8 8/1/03 - 7/31/05Under 10 8/1/01 - 7/31/03Under 13 8/1/98 - 7/31/01Under 16 8/1/95 - 7/31/9812 Auburn Parks & Recreation


AthleticsAuburn Youth Tackle FootballJoin this full contact tackle sport. Players must provide their own equipment, which must meet NOCSAE standards. Volunteers will coachthe teams and will be required to be certified through the National Youth Sports Coaches Association. Skills test dates will be given out atregistration. Register online at auburnalabama.org/football Aug. 1 - 13. Walk-in registration Saturday, Aug. 13, 10 a.m. - Noon at DRRC. $60 +online fees or $70 for walk-in. Payable to COA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location8 & 9 TBD Sept. - Nov. TBD TBD10 - 12 TBD Sept. - Nov. TBD TBD*as of July 31, 2011Contact: **IMPORTANT**All registered players have two opportunities to tryout if they have not participated as a football player in the previous season. If a playerfails to tryout or complete the weigh-in process prior to the team selection meeting, the player will not be placed on a team.**WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS**SEC League – 8 & 9 years old* 105 pounds max to carry ball. 106 pounds and above *Restricted* and must play on line tackle to tackle. No weight limits on participation.NFL League – 10, 11, & 12 years old* 10 and 11 years old – 130 pounds max to carry ball. 131 pounds and above *Restricted* and must play on line tackle to tackle. No weightlimits on participation.* 12 years old – 110 pounds max to carry ball. 111 pounds and above and in the 6th grade *Restricted* and must play on line tackle totackle.7th graders are not eligible to participate.**PHYSICALS**Physicals will be administered on August 15 & 16 from 6 - 7 p.m. at the Frank Brown Rec Center. All participants must have a physical toparticipate in this program. Physicals are $10.Fall BaseballThis is a fun league. No All Stars and no league standings. Ideal for players moving up to obtain experience on a larger field. Season will focuson fundamentals. We must have 44 participants in each age group to make a league. Register online at auburnalabama.org/baseballthrough Aug. 12. Walk-in registration Thursday, Aug. 11, 6 - 7 p.m. at DRRC. $25 + online fees or $35 for walk-in. Payable to COA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & 13 TBD Sept. - Oct. TBD DSP*as of May 1, 2011Contact:Girls Fall SoftballThis is a fun league. No All Stars and no league standings. Ideal for players moving up to obtain experience on a larger field. Season will focuson fundamentals. We must have 44 participants in each age group to make a league. All games played at Felton Little Park. Register onlineat auburnalabama.org/baseball through Aug. 12. Walk-in registration Thursday, Aug. 11, 6 - 7 p.m. at DRRC. $25 + online fees or $35 for walkin.Payable to COA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location7 - 9 TBD Sept. - Oct. TBD FLP10 - 12 TBD Sept. - Oct. TBD FLP13 - 15 TBD Sept. - Oct. TBD FLP*as of Dec. 31, 2010Contact:Fall Instructional Camp - BaseballThis instructional session is for players and coaches to improve the fundamental knowledge and skills of baseball through extensive training byqualified baseball professionals. Mark Fuller and the Sports Academy Staff, in conjunction with Auburn Parks and Recreation, will oversee theinstructional sessions including the training of the coaches. There will be an itinerary that increases the level of learning each week. Coacheswill be included in the practices and scrimmage games with instructional assistance from the Sports Academy Staff. There will be three agedivisions: 7 & 8 yrs, 9 & 10 yrs, and 11 & 12 yrs. A maximum of 25 players/division will be allowed. $175. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location7 - 12 M-F 8/8 - 9/1 TBD Sports Acad.Contact: Auburn Parks & Recreation13


AthleticsFall Baseball - YouthThis fall baseball league is the time to work on specific baseball fundamentals or a new position. Noscoreboard, no All Stars, no tryouts. Registration is limited to the first 66 players in each age group. The 6-7year old league must have at least 40 players to make league. Games will begin Sept. 6, following the SportsAcademy instructional sessions. Register online at auburnalabama.org/baseball through Aug. 12. Walk-inregistration Thursday, Aug. 11, 6 - 7 p.m. at DRRC. $25 + online fees or $35 for walk-in. Payable to COA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 7 TR Sept. - Oct. TBD DSP 4 - 98 - 9 MW Sept. - Oct. TBD DSP 4 - 910 - 11 TR Sept. - Oct. TBD DSP 4 - 9Contact: *as of April 30, 2011Youth Fall Baseball Options Fall Ball League & Fall Instructional Camp - $200 (online option) Fall Ball League Only - $25 (online option) Fall Instructional Camp Only - $175Youth Recreational Soccer LeaguesAuburn Soccer Association’s Youth Recreational Leagues are designed to teach the basic skills of soccerand foster a love of the game within a format of fun. We employ small sided & full field games in order topromote player development. Team jerseys and socks are provided. The Recreational Leagues are focusedon fun, friendship, and player development. Register online at auburnalabama.org/soccer through Aug. 10.Walk-in registration Wednesday, Aug. 10, 6 - 7 p.m. at Auburn Soccer Complex. $60 online registration. $70walk-in registration. $10 late fee after Aug. 10. Payable to ASA.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 - 15 TBD Sept. - Nov. TBD ASCContact: *Checks accepted at walk-in registration only.*Birth certificate required for all players.2011 Fall BrochureBirthday Party Packages/ShowersNew! Pool PartySchedule your next birthday, wedding, anniversary, or corporate party at one of Auburn’s pools.We provide the lifeguards, you provide the guests! Choose from Samford Pool, available on Saturdays from6 - 8 p.m., or Drake Pool, available daily from 5 - 8 p.m. Outside food and beverages are allowed. Adultbeverages and glass containers are prohibited. Waivers must be signed by all participants. Pool rules andregulations apply. Parties are not available after Sept. 5. $75/hour for up to 50 guests. $100/hour for 51 - 80guests. Two-hour minimum. Payable to AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL By request By request By request SP or DPContact: Arty Party Music Birthday PartyCelebrate a birthday or have a group play date! This is an interactive party with singing, dancing, instrumentsand more! Various themes are available. $100 for up to 12 guests. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location1 - 4 yrs By request By request By request JDCACContact: The City of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department is always looking for talentedindividuals to teach or instruct recreational classes at our facilities. You provide theexpertise and we will provide the facility and publicity! Our 50,000+ citizens arealways looking for new and exciting classes. Why not be their teacher and get paid?!?Interested? Email us at webparksrec@auburnalabama.org or call 501-2930.14 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Birthday Party Packages/ShowersNew! Recreational Birthday PartyLet the fun begin! Recreational birthday parties really keep the kids moving. We provide the place, gym, game room, decorations, plates, napkins,cups, utensils, tables, chairs, and the clean-up…you provide the birthday child, guests, food, drinks, send out invitations, and the cake! Book at leasttwo weeks in advance, payment must be made at time of booking. Price based on a maximum of 25 participants for two hours. $80. Payble to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 16 yrs SA Ongoing 1 - 10 p.m. FBRCContact: Once Upon a Kingdom PartyPrincess parties by Marie. Every little girl dreams of being a princess. Give your daughter a party to remember when you invite a REAL princessto attend! Choose a princess (call for availability) to lead an array of activities including: etiquette training, princess dance lessons and storytime! Please allow three weeks notice before your special day. Parties begin at $100. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location3 & up By request By request By request JDCACContact: Celebrate With Clay Pottery PartyCelebrate a special day (perhaps a birthday, or block party, or gathering of cousins!) by hosting an active make-it-in-clay event. Three to10 participants will gather at the Dean Road Ceramics studio for two hours to make a fun clay project using hand-building techniques. Youselect the project from such choices as Secret Keeper Pockets, Coiled Critter Sculptures, or Fantasy Fish Dishes, and celebrants make andglaze their projects during the clay session. After the clay has dried, the projects will be fired in the kiln and can be picked up within twoweeks after your pottery event. Day and time of your clay pottery party is to be arranged with instructor and is subject to studio availabilityon Monday through Friday. $20/person + $5 materials fee. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location7 - 16 yrs By request By request By request DRRCContact: CeramicsUnder the Sea: Hand-building for HomeschoolersCome join us as you use hand-building techniques to create clay pieces inspired by life beneath the waves. You will dive deep into yourimagination to make 3-D Sea Life Scenes, Inside Secret Shells, Coiled Coral Sculptures, Crafty Crabs, and fabulously functional Fish Dishes.During the class you will create and glaze your projects, and then they will be fired in the studio kilns after they are dry. Your finished fantasticcreations will be ready for you to pick up from the studio within two weeks of the last day of class. Our materials fee covers the cost of clay,glazes, and kiln firings. There are two day class options and an afterschool option. Pre-registration is required. Choose from two different classdays. $65/participant. $60/additional sibling. + $15 materials fee. Payable to AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location7 - 12 yrs M 9/12 - 10/31 10 - 11:30 a.m. DRRC7 - 12 yrs T 9/13 - 11/1 10 - 11:30 a.m. DRRCContact: Under the Sea: Afterschool Hand-buildingCome join us as you use hand-building techniques to create clay pieces inspired by life beneath the waves. You will dive deep into yourimagination to make 3-D Sea Life Scenes, Inside Secret Shells, Coiled Coral Sculptures, Crafty Crabs, and fabulously functional Fish Dishes.During the class you will create and glaze your projects, and then they will be fired in the studio kilns after they are dry. Your finished fantasticcreations will be ready for you to pick up from the studio within two weeks of the last day of class. Our materials fee covers the cost of clay,glazes, and kiln firings. There are two day class options and an afterschool option. Pre-registration is required. $65/participant. $60/additionalsibling. + $15 materials fee. Payable to AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location7 - 12 yrs T 9/13 - 11/1 3:30 - 5 p.m. DRRCContact:Auburn Parks & Recreation15


CeramicsNEW! Throwing Pots for the Young PotterLearn the basics of throwing functional pottery on the wheel. Your world will spin ‘round and ‘round as youlearn the basic techniques to throw cups and bowls, with perhaps a few hand-building finishing techniqueson the side. Class instruction also includes glaze techniques. Materials fee covers your clay, glazes, useof studio equipment, and kiln firings. Pre-registration is required to reserve your spot. $65/participant. $60/additional sibling. + $20 materials fee. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location10 - 15 yrs R 9/15 - 11/3 4 - 5:30 p.m. DRRCContact: Adult Beginning Wheel Throwing Pottery ClassHave you long harbored a desire to learn to make functional pottery on the wheel? Now is the perfect timeto give into that desire with this class designed to meet the needs of the absolute beginner. You will learntechniques for throwing basic shapes like cylinders and bowls, as well as making lids and handles. Instructionwill take into account student interest and individual abilities. Class instruction includes glaze techniques,and your creations will be fired in our kilns. Clay, glazes and kiln firings are included in the materials fee,and basic tools and water buckets are available for class use in the studio. Pre-registration is required. $90/participant + $35 materials fee. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location15 & up M 9/12 - 10/31 6 - 8:30 p.m. DRRCContact: Girl Scout Ceramics and Clay BadgeCome fulfill the badge requirements for the Junior Girl Scout Ceramics and Clay badge in a real workingpottery studio! We have all the resources you need to complete requirements (1) Make It With Clay, (2) CoilUp!, (3) Handle With Care, (4) Time For Tiles, (5) Fuel and Fire, (6) Grin and Glaze It. We can accommodateup to 10 participants attending four, 2-hour sessions. Troop leaders and scouts will have input in determiningsome of the projects included in the sessions. Classes will need to be scheduled around other classes takingplace at the studio. The cost per participant covers instructional fee plus clay, use of equipment, glazes andkiln firings. $50/participant + $15 materials fee. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationJr. Girl Scouts* TBD TBD TBD DRRC*must be currently enrolled in a troopContact: 2011 Fall BrochureNew! Daisy and Brownie Scout Clay ExperienceBring your Daisy or Brownie troop in for a fabulously fun experience with clay that includes a tour of afunctional ceramics studio and the opportunity to work in clay to make individual clay creations. During thetwo-hour session, each scout will learn some basic hand-building clay techniques to make Secret-KeeperWall Pockets, Coiled Critter Sculptures, or Give-Me-a-Hand Pencil Holders (the project will be determined bytroop leaders before the class meets). The scouts make and glaze their projects during the clay session, andafter the clay has dried, the projects will be fired in the kiln and can be picked up within two weeks of yoursession. $20/participant + $5 materials fee. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 9 yrs* TBD TBD TBD DRRC*must be currently enrolled in a troopContact: New! Make a Clay Crèche: Special Homeschool ClassCreate a beautiful clay crèche to use in your home to celebrate the Christmas holiday season. We will useclay hand-building techniques to form a stable, Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus in a manger, an angel, shepherd,Wise Men and various animals. Students will glaze their work, and the crèche will be ready for pick up afterfiring the week of December 12. Cost includes instruction, clay, glazes and kiln firing. Pre-registration isrequired, and there is no class Nov. 22 or 24. $40/participant + $10 materials fee. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location7 - 16 yrs TR 11/8 - 12/1 10 - 11:30 a.m. DRRCContact: 16 Auburn Parks & Recreation


DancePractice Dance!Line dance for fun and exercise. Learn a different dance each week. The most popular line dances areincluded so that you can dance at parties and other dances. New line dances will be included to matchsongs of popular country artists. Beginners are always welcome. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & up M - F Ongoing 8 - 10 a.m. JDCACContact: Square Dance with the Village SquaresHave fun while learning to square dance! Professional instruction in mainstream square dancing will bealternated with regular dancing throughout the evening. Club members meet every Wednesday eveningexcept on major holidays. Our caller is Larry Belcher. Couples and singles are welcome! Call the coordinatorfor additional information. $12.50/person/month. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationTeen - Adult W Ongoing 6:15 - 9 p.m. JDCACContact: Square Dance with the Auburn AllemandersLearn to square dance for fun, fitness, and fellowship. Singles and couples are welcome! $15/person/month.Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 yrs & up R Ongoing 7 - 9 p.m. JDCACContact: Intermediate Line DancingHave fun with enjoyable exercise in our line dance class. Steps patterns will be taught and then reviewedby practicing with appropriate music. Join us for the Bosa Nova, Jose Quervo, Think it Over, Slappin’Leather,Boot Scootin’ Boogie, You Wanna’ be happy, All Shook up, Toes in the water, Enchantment, Cowboy ChaCha, Wild Card, Rio, Two Pina Coladas, Metamorphosized, Red Hot Salsa, Bobbie Sue, Cajun Holiday, Elvira,and others. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult TWR 9/6 - 11/3 5 - 6 p.m. JDCACContact: 2011 Fall BrochureAUSDA Swing FridaySwing Friday is for those who have some (or no) dance experience and want to practice the East CoastSwing, Charleston, and Lindy Hop. Teaching is informal, but every Friday there will be an hour lesson from 7 –8 p.m. and social dancing from 8 – 9 p.m. You do not have to bring a partner with you. Instruction is providedby Auburn Swing Dance Association. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationTeen - Adult F 9/9 - 11/4 7 - 9 p.m. JDCACContact: Lindy WednesdayLindy Wednesday is for those who have some dance experience and want to practice the Lindy Hop andpossibly other swing dances. Teaching is informal but we will show you the moves. You do not need a partnerto attend. Instruction is provided by Auburn University Swing Dance Association. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationTeen - Adult W Ongoing 7 - 9 p.m. JDCACContact: The latest Auburn Parks and Recreation information is just a click away atwww.auburnalabama.org/parks.18 Auburn Parks & Recreation


DanceDance at Your Wedding Class/Ballroom Dance “Crash Course”Engaged couples can learn to dance to “their song, “or couples who are planning to attend a special event where dancing is featured canlearn enough to let them enjoy attending. Dances include the Waltz, Fox Trot, Rumba, Swing and more. The class consists of one hour sessions(the number of sessions needed or desired may vary). $10/couple/session. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult By request 9/7 - 10/27 By request JDCACContact: New! Intermediate Social Ballroom DanceDance instruction for those who already know some basics of ballroom dance. Learn additional steps and techniques in dances such as theWaltz, Foxtrot, Ballroom Slow Dance, East and West Coast Swing, Rumba, Cha-Cha, etc. Improve your leading and following skills and learnmore confidence in your dance abilities! $64 per couple. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 & up T 9/6 - 10/25 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. JDCACContact: New! Introduction to Irish DanceThis is an introduction to Irish dance, open to boys and girls ages 6 and up. Attendees will learn the basics of Irish dance and can expect tosee an increase in physical fitness, flexibility, and stamina. Two types of Irish dance will be taught in this class: traditional group dances called“Ceili”, and “solo” dancing that was made world famous by “Riverdance”. $60. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 & up M 9/12 - 10/31 5 - 6 p.m. JDCACContact: Salsa!Salsa dancing is fun and exciting! Come and learn beginning and advanced techniques of this spicy Latin dance. No partner or previousdance experience needed. This class will also include the basics in Merengue and Bachata. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationTeen - Adult R 9/8 - 11/3 6:30 - 8 p.m. JDCACContact: Argentine Tango - IntroductionThis is an introductory Tango dance course for beginners. Understand dancing from the soul and learn about the wonder of walking with fourlegs and two hearts. Come, learn to Tango! $15 drop-in fee per class or $50 for 4 weeks. Call instructor for more information. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult M 9/12 - 10/31 7 - 8 p.m. JDCACContact: Argentine Tango - Reviewing BackgroundLearn the meaning of proper embrace and the quietness of the mind while dancing. Proper technique is taught for special movements andadjustments. You are advised to bring a partner. $20 drop-in fee per class or $70 for 4 weeks. Call instructor for more information. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult M 9/12 - 10/31 8 - 9 p.m. JDCACContact: Argentine Tango - Beginners CourseAn embrace, an adventure, a conversation without words. Learn Tango fundamentals---the posture, frame, basic vocabulary, and navigating.No partner or previous dance experience needed! Contact instructors to register. $100/person. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult T 9/6 - 10/25 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. FBRCJDCAC (2nd Tuesday)Contact: Auburn Parks & Recreation19


DanceArgentine Tango - Intermediate/AdvancedCommand of Tango basic is expected. No partner needed. The classes for this level run in 4-week series. $60for 4-week series. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult T 9/6 - 10/25 7:30 - 9 p.m. FBRCContact: IAMBK Creative Dance IThis class familiarizes students with several genres of dance, including ballet, jazz, spiritual step, and many others.Students will learn basic skills from each style and will perform at end of session performance. $10. Payable to IAMBK.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 18 yrs F 9/16 - 11/4 5 - 6:30 p.m. BCCContact: IAMBK Creative Dance IIThis class is a more advanced version of Creative Dance I. Students will learn different genres of dance andwill work together to choreograph routines. An end of session performance will be held. $10. Payable toIAMBK.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location8 - 18 yrs F 9/16 - 11/4 6:45 - 8:15 p.m. BCCContact: Intermediate Tribal Fusion BellydanceBellydance is great for relieving stress, increasing stamina, building confidence, and staying fit! Designedspecifically for the serious student, this class focuses on prop use and choreography (zills and veil required,zills may be purchased in class). Emphasis will be placed on proper technique/placement and working as agroup. Please bring water (yoga mat optional). Only students with permission from the instructor may registerfor this class. Space limited. $70. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult M 9/12 - 10/17 6:45 - 7:45 p.m. DRRCContact: 2011 Fall BrochurePreschool Beginner Ballet & TumblingStudents will learn basic positions and movements, along with dance vocabulary. Dancers will need toprovide and wear any color leotard and vinyl/leather ballet shoes. Family and friends will be invited to thelast class session. Child must be potty trained. $60. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location3 - 4 yrs W 9/7 - 11/2 4 - 4:45 p.m. DRRCW 9/7 - 11/2 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. DRRCContact: Beginner - Intermediate Tap, Ballet, and TumblingStudents will learn and review basic positions and movements, along with dance vocabulary. Dancers willneed to provide and wear any color leotard and vinyl/leather ballet shoes. Family and friends will be invitedto the last class session. $90. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 7 yrs W 9/7 - 11/2 5:30 - 7 p.m. DRRCContact: 20 Auburn Parks & Recreation


FitnessSeniors, don’t forget to visit our seniors section for information onseniors fitness programs just for you!Auburn Stride WalkersGrab your sneakers and join this newly-formed walking club. Walkers will meet at one of our various walking trails weekly. Walks are held atyour own pace and distance. Come have fun, make new friends, and walk your way to a healthier lifestyle. The first walk will be held at KieselPark. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL MWF 9/2 - 11/4 9 a.m. Varies weeklyContact: Cardio Interval BlastThe kids are back in school! It’s time to do something for you! Join us for “Cardio Interval Blast!” Cardio Intervals are one of the most effectiveways to burn calories, boost your metabolism, and increase your endurance. The cardio intervals include calisthenics; speed drills, plyometric,and more. Can be modified to all fitness levels. $100. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location16 & up MTR 9/6 - 12/1 8 - 9 a.m. FBRCContact: T’ai Chi Ch’uan - Beginner and RefresherYou will learn the 24 sequences of the Tai Chi Yang style; gain more flexibility; and improve balance, coordination, and concentration. Classstresses the importance of balance and flexibility without putting strain on muscles. $60. $10 discount for students/seniors. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & up MW 9/7 - 10/31 5:15 - 6 p.m. FBRCContact: ZumbaZumba is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, which create adynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system. Zumba is “exercise in disguise.” Come join the fun! $40/10-class punch card or $5/class.Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & up MWF Ongoing 10 - 11 a.m. FBRCMW Ongoing 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. FBRCContact: ZumbaCome feel the music and party yourself into shape while dancing and getting fit to music of different rhythms like Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia,Reggaeton, Bachata, African, Hip-Hop, and many more! Zumba is the Latin-inspired, easy to follow, calorie-burning, dance fitness class thatincorporates Latin/international music and dance movements. $20/8 classes or $5/class. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & up TR 8/18 - 11/4 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. FBRCContact: Turbo KickTurbo Kick is the fat-blasting, abs-defining workout that allows you to burn up to 1,000 calories an hour! This class includes a mix of kick boxingand simple dance grooves set to heart-pounding dance music that will have you looking forward to your next workout! $50 full-time/$35half-time/$5 drop-in. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location16 & up TR Ongoing 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. FBRCContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation21


FitnessPrenatal YogaThis nurturing class helps prepare the body and mind for the miracle of childbirth, while giving you an hour ofpeaceful calm. Possible benefits of prenatal yoga include reduction of common pregnancy discomforts suchas sciatica, heartburn, back pain, & digestive troubles, as well as, improved sleep & mood, and preparationfor labor & delivery. $50. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationExpectant moms R 9/8 - 10/13 10:45 - 11:30 a.m. FBRCContact: PilatesGreat for all fitness abilities, Pilates creates a strong core and helps enhance mobility and agility. Flexibility,strength, tone, and body awareness all improve. Bring your own mat and water bottle. $80. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location16 & up TR 9/6 - 11/17 9 - 10 a.m. FBRCContact: Fit Body Boot CampThis is a fun, fat blasting cross fit boot camp. Come listen to the hottest music while burning calories! $99.Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MW 9/7 - 11/2 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. FBRCContact: KOR FitnessKor is a one-on-one, high intensity body sculpting, stress-relieving workout. Each session is designed toachieve mind and body balance, more energy, and a leaner you. $35/session. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 & up By appt. By appt. By appt. FBRCContact: 2011 Fall BrochureFamily Time at the GymFamily Recreation time at the Frank Brown Recreation Center is a great way for you to enjoy physical activitywith your family, including playing racquetball, shooting around in the gym, ping pong, air hockey, tabletennis, and foosball, and a fitness room for sixteen and older. Participation in the Family Recreation Programis a great way to set a healthy example for your children and make exercise a regular part of your familytime. Program information and policies are outlined below. If you have any questions or concerns, please See you at the Rec! FREEto the public.PoliciesAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 & under TR 9/13 - 11/3 4 - 6 p.m. FBRCContact: LeisureLinkAuburn Parks and Recreation’s Weekly Online NewsletterLooking for a way to stay up-to-date on Auburn Parks and Recreation news, announcements,programs and events? Sign up for LeisureLink, your weekly online newsletter from theCity of Auburn Parks and Recreation Department. This FREE publication comes directly toyour inbox each week with news and information on any and everything related to Parks andRecreation. Sign up today at www.auburnalabama.org/leisure. For more information, visitwww.auburnalabama.org/leisure or contact Auburn Parks and Recreation at 501-2930.22 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Martial ArtsYoshukai Karate - Kids BeginnerKarate is a martial art that emphasizes self-confidence, personal worth, and physical fitness. This class teaches basic strikes, blocks, and kicks.Tournament sparring and self-defense fighting is in a controlled setting. $125/quarter. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 12 yrs TR Monthly 5 - 6 p.m. DRRCContact: Yoshukai Karate - Kids AdvancedAdvanced program for children with a minimum of nine months training. Instruction is an extension of intermediate class with primary focuson martial art weaponry and preparation for Black Belts. $125/quarter. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 12 yrs TR Monthly 6 - 7 p.m. DRRCContact: Yoshukai Karate - AdultsKarate is a martial art that emphasizes self-confidence, personal worth, and physical fitness. This class teaches strikes, blocks, kick, as well asthrow and ground fighting. Instructor has trained with champions in Japanese Full Contact fighting, Tough Man Boxing, Point fighting and KickBoxing. $125/quarter. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location13 & up TR Monthly 7 - 8:45 p.m. DRRCContact: Jeet Kune DoJeet Kune Do is a blend of several fighting systems designed to create a realistic and practical approach to street self-defense. $30/month.Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location18 & up TR Ongoing 6 - 7:30 p.m. FBRCContact: CapoeiraCapoeira is a fun and challenging combat game created by slaves in colonial era Brazil, taking elements of African martial arts, ritual, dance,and sport. The game seeks to increase strength, agility, endurance, strategic thought, and quick reactions. $40/month. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 & up MW Ongoing 6 - 7:15 p.m. FBRCContact: KendoKendo means “the way of sword” in Japanese. Kendo molds the mind, spirit and body to improve an individual’s personality and society.$60. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location13 & up TR 9/6 - 11/3 7:15 - 9 p.m. FBRC7:15 - 9:15 p.m. (R)Contact: AikidoAikido is a martial art used to defend against and escape from attacks such as grabs, punches, chokes. Weapons “take aways” are alsoemphasized. $40/quarter. $20 for students. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationTeen - Adult TR Ongoing 6 - 8 p.m. BCCContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation23


MusicLee County Gospel Singing ConventionThis program is offered to develop and practice sight-reading and directing the congregation in singingshape note music. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL T 2 nd of each mth 6:30 - 9 p.m. FBRCContact: Private Lessons for Band InstrumentsPrivate lessons for band instruments are a great way to improve technique and musical skills, developrhythmic abilities, and ensure proper tone production. Retired band director emphasizes development ofoverall musicianship in a fun, relaxed, one-on-one setting. Instruments must be provided by student. $135 +$10 for materials/book fee (if needed). Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 th grade & up M - F 9/6 - 11/4 By request JDCACContact: Mommy and Me Music ClassCome dance and sing with your child! This is a fun and interactive class for parents or caregivers and children.Class includes dancing, singing, playing instruments, and more. Based on research showing the benefits ofmusic for brain development, this is part of The Music Class curriculum. For more information or class samplesgo to themusicclass.com. $85/child. $65/additional siblings. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 mths - 4 yrs R 9/8 - 11/3 9:15 - 10 a.m. JDCACR 9/8 - 11/3 10:15 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: 2011 Fall BrochureAU Tiger StringsAU Tiger Strings is a community string orchestra for children in grades 2 – 12. It is sponsored by the Music Education Program in theDepartment of Curriculum and Teaching at Auburn University. The goal of the program is to contribute to the positive musicaldevelopment for string students in the East Alabama area. Members must complete an audition / interview and submit ateacher recommendation form. Orchestra members must provide their own instrument. Students must have completedSuzuki I or equivalent. $75 per child and $50 for each additional sibling. Music and stands will be provided. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location2 nd - 12 th grades F 9/9 - 11/4 4:15 - 6:15 p.m. JDCACContact: SeniorsAuburn University School of Nursing Health Promotion ClinicsReceive free blood pressure, cholesterol screening, blood sugar, hemoglobin, weight, height, and visionscreenings from the Auburn University School of Nursing. This program is ongoing with breaks at the end ofeach semester. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL W Ongoing 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. BCCContact:Golden Age ClubThis enjoyable program is designed for senior citizens. Activities include games, quilting, needlepoint, arts &crafts, and exercise. Consultants on healthcare and other senior issues are invited to keep us informed onenjoying the Golden Age of Life. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults T Ongoing 9 a.m. - Noon BCCContact: 24 Auburn Parks & Recreation


SeniorsSenior Fit ClassGreat class for seniors 50 and up with low impact-low intensity all over body workout. This class emphasizes both cardiovascular and toningneeds. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults WF 9/7 - 11/4 9 - 10 a.m. FBRCContact: Senior Bridge ClubRubber Bridge club meets every Wednesday morning. Limited space. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults W Ongoing 9 - 11:30 a.m. FBRCContact: Let’s Get Ready to BINGO!On the first and third Tuesday of each month enjoy the opportunity to play bingo, fellowship with old and new friends, and enjoy a scrumptiousmeal. There is no cost for this fun program; however, we recommend you bring a covered dish and invite a friend! This is also an opportunityfor “The Young at Heart” to suggest ideas for fun and exciting field trips and speakers. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults T 8/2, 8/16 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. DRRC9/6, 9/20 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. DRRC10/4, 10/18 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. DRRC11/1, 11/15 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. DRRCContact: New! Zumba Gold - The Fun Workout for Anyone Any Age Any AbilityZumba Gold was designed for the older, active adult, a person who hasn’t been exercising in a long time, or individuals who may be limitedphysically. The biggest difference between Zumba Gold and Zumba basic is that Zumba Gold is done at a much lower intensity. It’s just asmuch fun, just not as fast! Zumba Gold utilizes the same great Latin styles of music and dance that are used in the Zumba basic program,including the Salsa, Cha-Cha, Rock ‘n Roll and Merengue. The Zumba Gold program strives to improve balance, strength, flexibility and mostimportantly, the heart. When you take the Zumba Gold class be sure to wear comfortable workout clothing, take water and a towel, alongwith a “ready to party” attitude! Free to the public. Pre-registration required.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults R 9/8 - 11/17 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. BCCR 9/8 - 11/17 10 - 11 a.m. FBRCContact: Upcoming Young at Heart Club EventsMasters GamesMasters Games is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles for active adults 55 years and older through social, mental,and physical activities. Events held at the District Games include Basketball Free Throw, Horseshoes, Billiards, Rook, Bowling, Shuffleboard,Checkers, Softball Throw, Dominoes (Singles and Doubles), Swimming (Back, Breast and Free), Frisbee & Nerfball Throw, Table Tennis, Golf, andTennis (Singles and Doubles). Lee County is part of District 6, which consists of the following counties: Chambers, Clay, Coosa, Lee, Randolph,Russell, Talladega, and Tallapoosa. Winners at the District level qualify for the State Games, which will be held in Trussville, Oct. 10-13. $15.Payable to Masters Games.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults F 8/5 TBD Meet at Valley Comm. CenterContact: Summer Flicks SeriesOn the second Thursday of August, join us for our final lunch and afternoon movie of the summer. We will meet at a local restaurant for lunch thendrive over to the theatre for a FREE movie. You can register at Dean Road Recreation Center until the Friday before the event. Transportation andcost of lunch are not provided; however, the movie is FREE. We will contact those registered by phone with the lunch location and the movie titleand viewing time will be announced at lunch the day of the event. For more information, please call Auburn Parks and Recreation at 501-2930.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults R 8/11 11:45 a.m. - 3 p.m. TBDContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation25


SeniorsSmokey Joe’s Café, Faulkner University Dinner Theatre, Montgomery, ALSmokey Joe’s Café is a musical revue showcasing 39 pop standards, including rock and roll, rhythm andblues songs written by songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. The original Broadway cast recording wona Grammy Award in 1996. The Registration Deadline has passed; however, please contact the Dean RoadRecreation Center to be added to the waiting list. The cost of the trip is $30, which includes transportation,admission to the performance and dinner. $30. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults F 8/12 4:30 - 11 p.m. DRRCContact: Mystery Trip!Are you ready for a surprise? Then register for our “Mystery Trip!” and see where the bus takes you. No hintswill be given, so “take your chances” and sign up for our “Mystery Trip!” Registration Deadline: Friday, August26 at 5 p.m. The cost of the trip is $5, which includes transportation and admission; lunch is not included. $5.Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults W 9/14 TBA DRRCContact: Grape Stomp, Morgan Creek VineyardsMorgan Creek’s annual Grape Stomp is the biggest event of the year celebrating the harvest or “crush” as it’sknown at wineries. Visitors get to stomp grapes with their feet in wooden barrels, take free tours, enjoy free winetastings, plus enjoy food and other fun activities. Registration Deadline: Friday, August 19 at 5 p.m. The cost ofthe trip is $12, which includes transportation and admission; lunch is not included. $12. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults SA 9/17 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. DRRCContact: Barefoot in the Park, Springer Opera House, Columbus, GAA glorious Broadway classic. Love is in the air with this brilliant romantic comedy about newlyweds who areNeil Simon’s first “Odd Couple.” Corrie is a passionate free spirit who returns from the perfect honeymoonto discover that her dreamboat husband, Paul, is a straight-laced guy with some serious stick-in-the-mudqualities. As they move into their top-floor walkup apartment in Greenwich Village, the oddballs come out ofthe woodwork to challenge the age-old theory that “opposites attract.” Registration Deadline: Friday, August26 at 5 p.m. The cost of the trip is $30, which includes transportation and admission to the performance. $30.Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults SU 10/23 TBD DRRCContact: 2011 Fall BrochurePhantom of the Opera, Faulkner University Dinner Theatre, Montgomery, ALThe Phantom of the Opera is a musical based on the French novel Le Fantome de l’Opera by Gaston Leroux.The central plot revolves around a beautiful soprano, Christine Daae, who becomes the obsession of amysterious, disfigured musical genius. Registration Deadline: Friday, September 16 at 5 p.m. The cost of thetrip is $30, which includes transportation, admission to the performance and dinner. $30. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults R 10/27 4:30 - 11 p.m. DRRCContact: Founder’s Day, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GAIn memory of its founder, Callaway Gardens welcomes the public to visit on Cason Callaway’s birthday,November 6. Callaway, a man-made landscape in a unique natural setting, was conceived and created byCason J. Callaway and his wife Virginia Hand Callaway for the benefit of mankind. The purpose is to provide awholesome family environment where all may find beauty, relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding ofthe living world. Enjoy the fall foliage, resplendent gardens, a fascinating butterfly center, an organ concert at theIda Cason Callaway Memorial Chapel, and so much more. Registration Deadline: Friday, October 7 at 5 p.m. Thecost of the trip is $5, which includes transportation and admission; lunch is not included. $5. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults SU 11/6 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. DRRCContact: Attention Active Seniors!Are you looking for something fun to do or would like to make some new friends in thearea? If so, then join the Auburn Parks and Recreation Young at Heart Club for yearroundactivities, programs and exciting trips. For more information or to receive our freemonthly newsletter, Senior Moments, please contact Alison Hall at 501-2930.26 Auburn Parks & Recreation


SeniorsHyundai Motor Manufacturing Factory Tour, Montgomery, ALThis tour is not just for car buffs but for anybody interested in modern manufacturing methods. Robots and people work together in futuristicharmony, and the atmosphere is friendly rather than forbidding. The tour consists of an overview video, followed by a guided tour aboardan electric tram which travels throughout the site. Registration Deadline: Friday, October 21 at 5 p.m. The cost of the trip is $5, which includestransportation and admission; lunch is not included. $5. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults W 11/16 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. DRRCContact: Fantasy in Lights® at Callaway GardensHoliday magic shines at Fantasy In Lights®, now in its 19th year! Since 1992, this outdoor light and sound show has glittered with holiday magicfor millions of people. Families from across the Southeast have added Fantasy In Lights® to their list of memorable holiday traditions. This year,experience the 19th Annual Fantasy In Lights with its eight million lights creating more than a dozen beautiful scenes, and you’ll see why this isthe brightest holiday light show in the South! We will stop for dinner on the way to the gardens. Registration Deadline: Friday, October 28 at5 p.m. Cost of the trip includes transportation and admission; dinner is not included. $20. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults T 12/6 TBA DRRCContact: 1940’s Radio Hour, Faulkner University Dinner Theatre, Montgomery, ALFull of 1940s music, dancing and old-time sound effects, the 1940’s Radio Hour production portrays the final holiday broadcast of the MutualManhattan Variety Cavalcade on the New York radio station WOV in December 1942. The narrative concerns the harassed producer whoseleading singer is often drunk, the delivery boy who wants a chance in front of the mic, the second banana who dreams of singing a ballad,and the trumpet-playing sound effects man who chooses a fighter plane over Glenn Miller. Registration Deadline: Friday, November 10 at 5p.m. The cost of the trip is $30, which includes transportation, admission to the performance and dinner. $30. Payable to the AAB.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationSR Adults R 12/15 4:30 - 11 p.m. DRRCContact: SwimmingJoin us for Friday Night Splash in August!See the special events section for more information.Auburn City PoolsLocations: Pool Season: Through Monday, September 5Daily Fee (for non-Splash Pass holders): $2 per person (Children 1 & under are free)Splash Pass Season Passes: Purchase a 2011 Splash Pass, good for daily admission to both Auburn City Pools.Passes are $50 for an Individual and $100 for a Family (immediate family members residing in the same household only).Host your next birthday party or corporate gathering at Auburn City Pools!See the Birthday Party Packages/Showers section for more details.For a list of pool schedules,policies, and rules, please visitauburnalabama.org/pools andsign up for email updates.Morning Recreation Swim:Afternoon Recreation Swim:SUMMER SCHEDULEthrough Saturday, August 6Evening Recreation Swim:Weekend Recreation Swim:Morning: 10 a.m. – NoonAfternoon: 1:15 – 6 p.m.Lap Swim (19 or older):(Closed W morning due tocleaning)5 – 6 p.m. M – FAuburn Parks & Recreation27


SwimmingSUMMER SCHEDULEeffective Sunday, August 7Drake Pool will close for the season at the end of the day on Sunday, August 7.Lap Swim (19 & up):Afternoon Recreation Swim:Evening Recreation Swim:Weekend Recreation Swim:Weekend Lap Swim:Pool hours and dates are subject to change, depending on weather and attendance.Samford Pool will close for the season at the end of the day on Monday, Sept. 5.Thanks for a great summer at Auburn City Pools!TennisTots, Tennis, & FitnessAn introduction into tennis for young children, this class will play fun games and activities that teach tennisskills, but also help improve balance and coordination. Class time will be centered on having fun on thecourt while playing games that improve those skills needed for tennis. Some parental involvement will beneeded from time to time. Register for one or both days. See below for fees. Payable to COA.YTC Member Non-Member1 day/week/session $5 $102 days/week/session $10 $15Session IAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location2 - 3 yrs TR 8/16 - 9/8 9 - 9:30 a.m. YTCContact: Session IIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location2 - 3 yrs TR 9/20 - 10/13 9 - 9:30 a.m. YTCContact: Session IIIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location2 - 3 yrs TR 10/25 - 11/17 9 - 9:30 a.m. YTCContact: 2011 Fall BrochureMunchkins TennisAn activity designed to introduce young children to tennis through games and instruction. A junior size tennisracquet or racquetball racquet will be sufficient for this class. Register for one, two, or four days/week or dropin daily. See below for fees. Payable to COA.YTC Member Non-Member1 day/week/session $5 $102 days/week/session $10 $154 days/week/session $20 $25Session IAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 - 5 yrs M - R 8/15 - 9/8 3 - 3:30 p.m. YTCContact: Session IIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 - 5 yrs M - R 9/19 - 10/13 3 - 3:30 p.m. YTCContact: Session IIIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location4 - 5 yrs M - R 10/24 - 11/17 3 - 3:30 p.m. YTCContact: 28 Auburn Parks & Recreation


TennisFuture Stars Tennis/Half Volleys TennisA class designed for beginners and intermediates. Developing basic tennis skills will be the objective, while fun, fair play, and proper courtetiquette will be stressed. Adult size or large junior racquets will be suitable for this class. Instructors reserve the right to move participants to“Players” class if ability is above class level. Register for one, two, or four days or drop in daily. See below for fees. Payable to COA.YTC Member Non-Member1 day/week/session $10 $152 days/week/session $20 $304 days/week/session $35 $45Session IAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 12 yrs M - R 8/15 - 9/8 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. YTC1 st - 5 th gradesContact: Session IIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 12 yrs M - R 9/19 - 10/13 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. YTC1 st - 5 th gradesContact: Session IIIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 12 yrs M - R 10/24 - 11/17 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. YTC1 st - 5 th gradesContact: Players TennisA class designed for intermediate/advanced players. Instruction will be mixed with match play and practice drills. Developing competitive tennisskills will be the objective, while fun, fair play and proper court etiquette will be stressed. Instructors reserve the right to move participants to“Future Stars” class if ability is below this class level. Register for one, two, or four days per week or drop in daily. See below for fees. Payable to COA.YTC Member Non-Member1 day/week/session $10 $152 days/week/session $20 $304 days/week/session $35 $45Session IAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 - 18 yrs M - R 8/15 - 9/8 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. YTC6 th - 12 th gradesContact: Session IIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 - 18 yrs M - R 9/19 - 10/13 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. YTC6 th - 12 th gradesContact: Session IIIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 - 18 yrs M - R 10/24 - 11/17 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. YTC6 th - 12 th gradesContact: Private Tennis InstructionIf you are looking for individual, semi-private, group or team lessons, contact Travis DeBardelaben at the YarbroughTennis Center at 501-2920. All ages. Days, dates, and times by request. All lessons are held at the Yarbrough TennisCenter. Contact instructor for fees.Tournament EventsLocation:Auburn Parks & Recreation29


TennisDrills, Skills, & ThrillsA class for men & women looking for exercise and wanting to learn a lifetime sport. Class objectives will belearning basic tennis skills and court positioning. Tips on singles and doubles strategies will be taught, as wellas proper court etiquette. See below for fees. Payable to COA.YTC Member Non-Member1 session $50 $602 sessions $70 $803 sessions $90 $100Session IAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up T & R 8/16 - 9/8 9:30 - 11 a.m. YTCContact: Session IIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up T & R 9/20 - 10/13 9:30 - 11 a.m. YTCContact: Session IIIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up T & R 10/25 - 11/17 9:30 - 11 a.m. YTCContact: 2011 Fall BrochureDrive Time TennisA class for the working adult. A great way to exercise, meet people, and learn a lifetime sport. Participantsdo not need previous tennis experience to be successful and enjoy this class. Basic tennis skills will be taught,as well as the scoring system and tips on singles and doubles. See below for fees. Payable to COA.YTC Member Non-Member1 session $30 $402 sessions $50 $603 sessions $70 $80Session IAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up M & W 8/15 - 9/7 6 - 7 p.m. YTCContact: Session IIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up M & W 9/19 - 10/12 6 - 7 p.m. YTCContact: Session IIIAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up M & W 10/24 - 11/16 6 - 7 p.m. YTCContact: City of Auburn/Auburn University Yarbrough Tennis CenterThe City of Auburn/Auburn University Yarbrough Tennis Center, located off of RichlandRoad, is a state-of-the art facility featuring 16 outdoor clay courts, including a stadiumcourt, 12 outdoor hard courts, and 6 indoor courts. We now offer the option of using a bankdraft to prospective and current members for tennis membership enrollment and renewal.For more information, please call 501-2920 or visit us online at auburnalabama.org/tennis.For court fees and membership information, please visit auburnalabama.org/tennis.Notes & PoliciesAll court rentals are for 1 1/2 hours.Use of the hard courts and indoor courts is subject to availability according to AUTennis Team schedules.Loaner racquets are available by request.Proper shoes are required.Members are allowed to reserve courts two days in advance for the facility of which theyare a member30 Auburn Parks & Recreation


TennisCardio Fitness TennisCome get a great six week, on court, fun-filled workout with music, drills, and stretching. Burn calories and work your way to a healthier you! Notennis experience needed, just the will to move and swing the racquet. The hour includes warm-up, exercise, and cool down. Class size is limited.Sign up early. See below for fees. Payable to INST.YTC MemberNon-MemberPer Session $50 $62Session I: MorningsAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up W 8/17 - 9/21 7 - 8 a.m. YTCContact: Session I: EveningsAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up W 8/17 - 9/21 7 - 8 p.m. YTCContact: Session II: MorningsAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up W 10/5 - 11/9 7 - 8 a.m. YTCContact: Session II: EveningsAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up W 10/5 - 11/9 7 - 8 p.m. YTCContact: Quick StartQuick Start Tennis is an exciting new play format for learning tennis, designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing specialized equipment,shorter court dimensions, and modified scoring. All elements are tailored to age and size. Play is divided into two levels: ages 8 & under (smallcourt) and ages 10 & under (shortened court). Each player will receive a USTA membership, t-shirt, and participation award. An awards partywill be held at the end of the season. Registration begins August 1. Season begins September 1. See below for fees.USTA MemberNon-USTA MemberSeason Price $32 $50Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 - 10 yrs TBD Season begins TBD YTC9/1Contact: Junior Team TennisJunior Team tennis is a team concept with a minimum of three girls and three boys on a team, learning skills through competitive play in a funfilledenvironment. Each player will be placed on a team. Homeschoolers are welcome to play. Each player will receive a USTA membershipand t-shirt. An awards party will be held at the end of the season. The price of clinic will be determined by number of players registering forclinic. Registration begins August 1. Season begins September 1. See below for fees. Price determined by number of participants. Onlineregistration required. Team numbers and instructions will be provided for participants.USTA MemberNon-USTA MemberSeason Price $32 $50Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location11 - 18 yrs TBD Season begins TBD YTC9/1Contact: ACTA First Friday Tennis MixersThe Auburn Community Tennis Association will host First Friday Night Tennis Mixers the first Friday of each month. This is a great way to minglewith members of the tennis community and make new friends. Refreshments will be provided. $5 for non-members. FREE for members.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location19 & up F 1 st every month 6:30 p.m. YTCContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation31


TheatreAct IBeginning acting class inspires imagination and creativity, teaches teamwork, and builds confidence. Aperformance at the end of class gives your child a chance to shine on stage! $70. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location5 - 8 yrs W 9/7 - 11/2 4 - 5 p.m. JDCACContact: Act IIAACT Children’s Theater presents this season’s academy acting classes. Come have fun while learningacting and stage skills. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. $75. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location9 - 11 yrs W 9/7 - 11/2 5 - 6 p.m. JDCACContact: Act IIIAACT Children’s Theater presents this season’s academy acting classes. Don’t miss out on this greatopportunity to learn stage skills, acting fundamentals, and above all….have fun! $75. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location9 - 11 yrs W 9/7 - 11/2 4 - 5 p.m. JDCACContact: AACT Auditions: “Hairspray!”Open auditions for the musical “Hairspray!” will be held September 6, 7, and 9 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the JanDempsey Community Arts Center. Actors, dancers, and singers ages 13 and up will be needed for thisdiverse cast. Set in the 1960’s, “Hairspray!” tells the story of teenager Tracy Turnblad and her friends as theydance their way to celebrity and controversy on the “Corny Collins Dance Show.” No previous experiencenecessary. Production and technical help is also needed. For more information about auditions, pleasecontact the director, Barbara Stauffer-Brewi. Rehearsals will be held 9/12 – 11/3 and the production will beheld 11/4 – 11/6 and 11/8 – 11/13.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location13 & up TWF 9/6, 9/7, & 9/9 6 - 8 p.m. JDCACContact: 2011 Fall BrochureAACT Presents: “Hairspray!”AACT opens their fall season with “Hairspray!” by authors Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan & music andlyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. Hairspray! delighted audiences by sweeping them away to1960’s Baltimore, where the 50’s are out and change is in the air. Loveable plus-size heroine Tracy Turnbladhas a passion for dancing, and wins a spot on the local TV dance program, “The Corny Collins Show.”Overnight, she finds herself transformed from outsider to teen celebrity. Can a larger-than-life adolescentmanage to vanquish the program’s reigning princess, integrate the television show, and find true love(singing and dancing all the while, of course!) without mussing her hair? Tickets will be available at the door30 min. prior to curtain time, but reservations are recommended. $12 for adults. $10 for students and seniors.Payable to AACT. Email aactreservationsgmail.com for ticket reservations or call 332-2552.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL F, SA 11/4, 11/5 7 p.m. JDCACSU 11/6 2 p.m.T - SA 11/8 - 11/12 7 p.m.SU 11/13 2 p.m.Contact: 32 Auburn Parks & Recreation


TheatreElect Performing Arts Drama ClassThis class introduces youth to acting techniques. Students will learn to portray different characters in plays and movies. Participants willproduce end of session performance. $10. Payable to IAMBK.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location12 - 18 yrs W 9/14 - 11/2 6 - 7:30 p.m. BCCContact: TherapeuticsTherapeuticsThe Auburn Parks and Recreation Therapeutics Program offers recreational activities, programs/leagues, social activities and field trips for citizenswho have mental and physical disabilities. We provide an opportunity for children and adults to build friendships in a fun, encouraging environment.The programs are designed to strengthen and “show off” the participants’ abilities, rather than their disabilities. All programs are free, unless otherwisenoted. The Therapeutics Program also supports and works with the Lee County and State of Alabama Special Olympics programs. If you areinterested in finding out more information regarding our Therapeutics Program, please contact Dana Stewart at 501-2939. For the Fall Quarter, theTherapeutics Program will offer the following activities:Monday – Bowling (Adult Athletes only)Monday – Shining Knights Cheer Team PracticeThursday – Bingo, Fun & GamesThursday – Zumba Dance & FitnessFriday – Special Olympics Basketball PracticeShining Knights Cheer TeamPremier Spirit Academy and Auburn Parks and Recreation are proud to sponsor the Shining Knights Cheer Team. Formed in 2006 and formerlyknown as the Shining Stars, the Shining Knights are a competitive cheerleading team consisting of intellectually challenged girls and boys,ages 8 and up, who are physically functional. The cheerleaders compete against other special needs teams from around the country andthe Shining Knights currently hold 10 National Championship titles!A Parent Meeting will be held on Monday, August 15 at 6 p.m. at Premier Spirit Academy to discuss the competition schedule and answerany questions parents might have. The Shining Knights practice each Monday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. beginning August 22. If this sounds likesomething your athlete would enjoy, please contact Frank Baugh at 821-7300 or Dana Stewart at 501-2930 for more information.Best Buddies Game NightJoin us for a night full of games, pizza, friendship and fun! Co-sponsored by the AU Chapter of Best Buddies, game night will feature bingo and prizes,Uno, Checkers, and much, much more. We will provide pizza, drinks and snacks. Free to the public. Pre-registration required. Email Kaitlyn Croughwellat ktc0005@tigermail.auburn.edu to register.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL T 10/18 6 - 8:30 p.m. DRRCContact: Victorian Front Porch Christmas TourGet in the holiday spirit! We will meet at the Dean Road Recreation Center to make Christmas cards for our service men and women and enjoypizza before heading out to the tour. Free to the public. Pre-registration required.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL F 12/9 TBD DRRCContact: Auburn Parks & Recreation33


Unique ActivitiesAuburn University School of Nursing Health Promotion ClinicsReceive free blood pressure, cholesterol screening, blood sugar, hemoglobin, weight, height, and visionscreenings from the Auburn University School of Nursing. This program is ongoing with breaks at the end ofeach semester. FREE to the public.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationALL W Ongoing 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. BCCContact: Leap for the Stars Literacy & Academic TutoringImprove your academic and literacy skills. Sessions include one-on-one tutoring and mentoring. FREE to thepublic.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationPre-K - 3 rd grade M Begins 9/12 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. BCCContact: Adult ESL (English as a Second Language) - BeginningLearn conversational English, new vocabulary, correct pronunciation, and improve listening skills. $75/session. Side x Side textbook additional $30. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MW 9/19 - 10/5 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. JDCACMW 10/10 - 10/26 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.MW 11/7 - 11/23 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.Contact: 2011 Fall BrochureAdult ESL (English as a Second Language) - Basic, Intermediate,and High IntermediateLearn to speak English well. We’ll practice conversation and learn new vocabulary, correct pronunciation,basic grammar, listening, and much more. Classes are small, so you can practice more. We’ll have fun whilewe study English! Classes are in three levels: basic, intermediate, and high intermediate. We’ll help you decideyour level when you come to class. You may join the class at any time. To help you decide, you can visit anyclass two days, without charge. Basic and intermediate classes will use Side x Side books. High intermediateclass will be based on various topics. Classes will meet three weeks each month. $115/month, payable at firstclass. Side-by-side textbook additional $25. Payable to INST.BasicAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MWF 9/7 - 12/16 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: IntermediateAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MRF 9/8 - 12/16 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: High IntermediateAge(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MWF 9/7 - 12/16 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: Adult ESL (English as a Second Language) - IndependentEnglish conversation, vocabulary and pronunciation practice. $115 per month. (paid at the first class eachmonth). Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MTW 9/6 - 11/16 6:45 - 8:45 p.m. JDCACContact: 34 Auburn Parks & Recreation


Unique ActivitiesFrench for AdultsFall is full of colors and surprises. Surprise yourself and do something new. If you never had the opportunity or time to learn French, this is yourtime! Welcome once again to the French fall quarter. $100 per session. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult MW 9/7 - 11/9 2 - 3 p.m. JDCACContact: NEW! Basic Writing on the InternetAre you intimidated by writing emails? Are you interested in using Facebook or starting a blog but don’t know where to start? This class is forbeginners of all ages who are interested in learning more about using the internet to write for professional, personal, and/or creative purposes.Among other things, this class will cover email, social networking (like Facebook), and blog writing and etiquette. Prerequisite: This class is not abasic computer skills class. Therefore, registrants should have basic knowledge of how to use a computer. With their registration pack, registrantsare asked to write a brief profile of their computer experience answering basic questions about their computer literacy. $20. Payable to INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) LocationAdult F 9/9 - 9/30 9 - 11 a.m. JDCACContact: Unicycle LessonsThis class is open to individuals interested in learning how to ride a unicycle. You will be taught the basics in mounting and balancing atopone wheel. Participants should provide their own unicycle, if possible. If not, one will be provided by instructor. Helmet required. $35. Payableto INST.Age(s) Day(s) Date(s) Time(s) Location6 & up M 9/12 - 10/31 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. DRRCContact: Program QuarterSeptember 6 - November 4Program RegistrationAugust 1 - 26Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Dean Road Recreation CenterFall Instructional League Baseball/SoftballRegistrationJuly 18 - August 5Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.Dean Road Recreation CenterStart Smart Soccer and CheerleadingRegistrationJuly 18 – August 12Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.Dean Road Recreation CenterFall Baseball & Softball Online RegistrationJuly 18 - August 12auburnalabama.org/softballParks and Recreation Fall Quarter DatesWalk-in Fall Baseball, Softball, & FlagFootball RegistrationThursday, August 11, 6 - 7 p.m.Dean Road Recreation CenterOnline Tackle Football RegistrationAugust 1 - 13auburnalabama.org/footballWalk-in Tackle Football RegistrationSaturday, August 13, 10 a.m. – NoonDean Road Recreation CenterOnline Soccer RegistrationJuly 25 - August 10auburnalabama.org/soccerWalk-in Soccer RegistrationWednesday, August 10, 6 – 7 p.m.Auburn Soccer ComplexAdult Softball RegistrationAugust 1 - 26Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.Auburn Softball ComplexAuburn City Pools CloseSeptember 5Youth Basketball RegistrationOctober 3 - 28auburnalabama.org/basketballHigh School Basketball RegistrationOctober 31 - December 2Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.Dean Road Recreation CenterWinter 2012 Brochure ReleasedMonday, November 7, 2011Auburn Parks & Recreation35


Auburn Parks & Recreation FacilitiesRecreation FacilitiesBoykin Community Center .................................... 400 Boykin Street ..................................................................501-2961Dean Road Ceramics Studio ............................ 307 South Dean Road ..............................................................501-2944Dean Road Recreation Center ........................ 307 South Dean Road ..............................................................501-2930Drake Pool ............................................................653 Spencer Avenue ...............................................................501-2958Frank Brown Recreation Center .......................... 235 Opelika Road .................................................................501-2962Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center ...........222 East Drake Avenue .............................................................501-2963Samford Avenue Pool ........................................465 Wrights Mill Road ...............................................................501-2957Athletic FacilitiesAuburn Soccer Complex ....................................... 2340 Wire Road ...................................................................501-2972Auburn Soccer Fields .....................................1490 Shug Jordan Parkway ..........................................................501-2974Auburn Softball Complex ...............................2560 South College Street ...........................................................501-2976Duck Samford Baseball Fields 1 – 3 ................1720 East University Drive ............................................................501-2965Bo Cavin Baseball Fields 4 – 7 ............................... 335 Airport Road ..................................................................501-2967Duck Samford Baseball Fields 8 – 10 .................... 333 Airport Road ..................................................................501-2969Felton Little Park.................................................341 East Glenn Avenue .............................................................501-2971Margie Piper Bailey Park .....................................910 Wrights Mill Road ...............................................................501-2975Tennis CourtsSamford Avenue Tennis Center ....................901 East Samford Avenue ...........................................................501-2956City of Auburn/Auburn UniversityYarbrough Tennis Center .......................... 777 Yarbrough Farms Boulevard .....................................................501-2920Indian Pines Tennis Courts ................................. 900 Indian Pines DriveBowden ................. 340 Bowden Dr.Graham McTeer ... 200 Chewacla Dr. & Thach Ave.Hickory Dickory ..... 1400 Hickory Ln. & N. Cedarbrook Dr.Kiesel ...................... 520 Chadwick Ln. (Lee Road 51)Martin Luther King ... 190 Byrd St.Westview Park....... 657 Westview Dr.ParksMoores Mill .......... 900 E. University & Moores Mill RdSam Harris ............ 850 Foster St.Felton Little .......... 341 East Glenn Ave.Duck Samford ..... 1623 East University Dr./335 Airport Rd.Town Creek Park ...1150 South Gay St.Walking TrailsDuck Samford Walking Track - 1623 East Glenn Avenue .... 3 ¾ laps around the track = 1 mileDuck Samford Baseball Walking Trail - 335 Airport Road .... 1 lap around the walking trail = ¼ mileDuncan Wright Fitness Trail - 465 Wrights Mill Road .............. Begin and end at Wrights Mill Rd., Circle main loop twice = 1 mileKiesel Park Walking Trail - 520 Chadwick Lane ..................... 1 lap around the walking trail = 2 ¼ milesSam Harris Park Walking Trail - 85 Foster Street ..................... 6 laps around the walking trail = 1 mileTown Creek Park Trail - 1150 South Gay Street ..................... 0.87 mileCemeteriesMemorial Park ...........................1000 East Samford Avenue Westview ..................................700 Westview DrivePine Hill ......................................303 Armstrong Street Town Creek ..............................950 South Gay StreetRent-A-FacilityCity of Auburn Parks and Recreation facilities and parks are available to the public for rental. Rental fees varydepending on the amount of space, equipment, and type of facility needed. For more information on City facilities,please visit www.auburnalabama.org/parks or refer to our Parks and Recreation Guide, available at theDean Road Recreation Center.NotesCitizens are encouraged to use City facilities during regular hours. All parks and cemeteries open at sunrise andclose at sunset. For information on game cancellations or postponements, please call:Time and Temperature, 745-6311 or visit auburnalabama.org/parks and click on the Game Status button.

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