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PARKS & RECREATIONLeisure LineRegistrationBeginsApril 18See page 2Summer2009Inside This IssueSpecial Events • 3Youth Sports • 5Adult Sports • 7Preschool Activities • 8Jr. High Activities • 11Summer Camps • 14Aquatic Center • 16Swim Lessons • 18And More!


Special EventsCoralville City-Wide Garage SaleThe City-Wide garage sale is justaround the corner, time to cleanout the garage. Set up your saleand we’ll get the people there. Wewill advertise the City-WideGarage Sale and place your line adhighlighting your items in theCommunity News Advertiser. Youraddress will not be published inthe paper. A map will be availablefor pick up starting at 8:00 a.m. onSaturday morning with youraddress and directions to eachlocation. Stop by the RecreationCenter on Saturday morning andstart your day with a limited firstcome first serve continental breakfast.For more information, pleasecontact Rhonda Hay 248-1750.SATURDAYDATEMay 2TIME8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.Price: $12 to list your saleDeadline: April 22Co-sponsor: Community NewsAdvertiser &Advanced DesignPrintFamily PicnicNightLet’s kick off another awesomeschool year with a party. TheCoralville Parks & RecreationDepartment will be hosting a familypicnic at James Van AllenSchool. There will be lots of funfamily activities and games. Wewill supply the drinks, you bringfood – potluck style.4th Fest 5K Run/WalkKick off your fourth of July festivities with our annual 4thFest 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, June 27, 2009. Same-day registrationand packet pick-up will be from 7:00-7:45 a.m. at theCoralville Recreation Center, and the Run/ Walk will begin at8:00 a.m.Following the 5K Run/Walk will be the Kids’ FirecrackerMini-Marathon (26.2 yards), which is free for kids up to 8years old. The Firecracker Mini-Marathon will start at approximately8:45 a.m. and will be held in the Recreation Centerparking lot.5K Run/Walk Reg. Dates Price LocationUntil Friday, June 19 $15 Running Wild orCoralville Rec. CenterSaturday, June 27 $20 Coralville RecreationCenterSaturday, June 27, no T-shirt $15 Coralville RecreationCenterT-shirts guaranteed to the first 75 entrants in the 5K Run/Walk.For more information contact Matt Hibbard at 248-1750 or JoeDwyer at Running Wild, 351-3602.Amusement Park TicketsSave time and money by purchasing your tickets to Adventurelandand Lost Island here. Tickets are available for purchaseanytime the Recreation Center is open.Our Price Gate PriceAdventurelandAdult $25 $31Child $25 $273 and under freeLost Island $21 $233 and under freeSUMMER20094FRIDAYDATEAug. 21Price:Location:Note:TIME6:00-8:00 p.m.FreeJames Van AllenPlaygroundAll children must beaccompanied by anadult


Youth SportsGeneral InfoThe goal of the Coralville Parks& Recreation Department is forthe child to learn the fundamentalsof the sport and to haveFUN! Please help us achieve thisgoal by reinforcing that yourchild’s participation is important,having fun is a necessityand that winning or losing agame does not determine successor failure.NYSCA CoachesTrainingThe National Youth SportsCoaching Association (NYSCA)certification program providesyouth sports coaches with informationon the psychology ofcoaching youth sports, safety,first aid, maximizing athleticperformance, legal liability, andthe coach as a role model. Howto organize fun and interestingpractices, teach the proper techniquesof the sport and helpsteer children away from drug,alcohol, and tobacco use are alsodiscussed in this program. Goodsportsmanship and fair playethics are outlined for the players,parents, and the coaches.VolunteerCoaches NeededThe Coralville Parks and RecreationDepartment utilizes volunteercoaches for all youth sportsprograms. To find out moreinformation or to sign up for ournext NYSCA coaches training,please contact the RecreationDepartment at (319) 248-1750.Programs that look for volunteercoaches include:• Tiny Tot Soccer• Baseball & Softball• T-Ball• Volleyball• Flag Football• BasketballT-Ball LeaguesIntroduce baseball and/or softball to your future player whilethey have fun with America’s summer pastime. BeginnerT-Ball players will hit from a stationary tee to begin the season.As the season progresses, coaches will start pitching underhandto the players. In Advanced T-Ball, coaches will pitch 4balls to the batter. After 4 balls have been pitched, and there isno contact with the ball then the batter will hit from thestationary tee. Advanced T-Ball will be playing with 3 outs oronce through the line-up. Beginner T-Ball will play 6 gamesand Advanced T-Ball will play 8 games.Coaches meeting will be held Wednesday, May 20, 6:00 p.m.at the Coralville Recreation Center. Practice will start the weekof Tuesday, May 26.TUESDAYDATE LEAGUE TIME CLASS #June 2 – July 14 Beg. T-Ball (5-6) 5:30-8:15 p.m. 6200.200THURSDAYJune 4 - July 30 Adv. T-Ball (7-8) 5:30-8:15 p.m. 6200.201Price: Beginner T-Ball $22.50 res. $28 non-res.Advanced T-Ball $30 res. $37.50 non-res.Location: S.T. Morrison Park, Kirkwood Elementary SchoolDeadline: Sunday, May 10Tiny Tot SoccerKids will learn the basics of dribbling, shooting and passing,along with participating in games and scrimmages. All childrenwill receive a T-shirt.Parent volunteers are needed for this program. Please indicatewillingness to coach at time of registration.DATE DAY AGE TIME CLASS #June 22 – July 27 Monday 3-4 6:00-6:45 p.m. 6000.200June 24 – July 29 Wednesday 5-6 6:00-6:45 p.m. 6000.201June 25 – July 30 Thursdays 3-4 6:00-6:45 p.m. 6000.202Price: $30 res. $37.50 non-res.Location: Dovetail Recreation AreaDeadline: June 7Aquafina Pitch, Hit & RunAll future all-stars age 7-14 are invited to come out and showus what you’ve got. This is a FREE baseball skills competitionfor boys and girls sponsored by Major League Baseball andAquafina water. Top finishers may advance to compete in amajor league stadium.MAY 3TIME AGE CLASS #2:00 p.m. 7-10 6700.2003:00 p.m. 11-14 6700.201Price: FREEAge: 7-14 (determined by age on July 17, 2009)Location: S.T. Morrison Park – North DiamondT-Ball Sponsor:248-17505


Youth SportsNJTL Youth TennisThe National Junior Tennis League is holding courtagain this year in Coralville and Iowa City. NJTL is ayouth tennis program for boys and girls ages 6 to 18.Mondays and Wednesdays are practice days and willbe held at S.T. Morrison Park Tennis Courts. Fridaysare match play days and are held at various sites inIowa City and Coralville.JUNE 8 – JULY 17DAY TIME CLASS #M/W/F9:00-12:00 NoonYOUNG BEGINNER 6150.200PracticeM/W Coralville 9:00-9:45 a.m.MatchesFri. IC/Coralville 9:00-9:45 a.m.BEGINNER 6150.201PracticeM/W Coralville 9:45-10:30 a.m.MatchesFri. IC/Coralville 9:45-10:30 a.m.INTERMEDIATE 6150.202PracticeM/W Coralville 10:30-11:15 a.m.MatchesFri. IC/Coralville 10:30-11:15 a.m.ADVANCED 6150.203PracticeM/W Coralville 11:15-noonMatchesFri. IC/Coralville 11:15-noonPrice: $30 res. $37.50 non res.Location: S.T. Morrison Park Tennis CourtsVarious Iowa City CourtsNote: There will be no youth tennis the week ofMonday, June 30Deadline: May 24Hershey Track MeetKids age 9-14 are invited to participate inthe Hershey Track and Field meet sponsoredby the Iowa City Parks and RecreationDepartment, Iowa City/CoralvilleJaycees, and Coralville Parks and RecreationDepartment. Registration formswill be available at the Coralville andIowa City Recreation Centers and mustbe turned in by May 27. Events include;softball throw, standing long jump, 50,100, 200, 400, 800 meter dash, and 4X100meter relay.SATURDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 30 8:00-2:30 p.m. 6305.200Price: FREELocation: IC Regina High School TrackNote: All participants will be competingto advance to the statecompetition held on June 13.Deadline: May 27WeatherCancellationsWhen weather is poor and/or threatening,we will decide whether or notto cancel evening programs at 4:00p.m. We update the rainout hotline(248-1763) regularly after 4:00 and willalso use the cancellations link on thewebsite (www.coralville.org) wheneverpossible. Please call the rainout hotlinerather than the Recreation Center.SUMMER2009I – Sport GroupI stands for introduce me to a sport. Step up to theplate for a new exciting experience to the wonderfulworld of youth sports. This class is designed just fortots. The units will include tennis, t-ball, soccer, flagfootball, and basketball.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #July 7 – 30 9:30-10:00 a.m. 6300.200Price: $18 res. $22.50 non res.Age: 4-6Deadline: June 286


Adult SportsCoralville CreeksideBallpark3550 340th StreetForm a team and join us for our third summer ofsoftball at the Coralville Creekside Ballpark.Adult Softball LeaguesOpening night of league play is scheduled forMonday, May 11.Teams are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.A mandatory manager’s meeting will be held onMonday, May 4 at the Coralville Recreation Centerat 6:30 p.m.All rosters must be turned in at this time andnon-resident fees paid.Leagues:MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridayPrice:Men’s C & Coed CMen’s A/B & Men’s CMen’s D & Coed DCoed A/B, Coed C, & Women’sChurch League$325 Men’s & Women’s Leagues$350 Coed LeaguesAge: Adults over 18Location:Deadline: April 5Coralville Creekside BallparkMandatory Managers meeting will beMonday May 4 at 6:30 p.m. at theCoralville Recreation Center.Sand Volleyball LeaguesGames are played at the Dovetail Recreation Areasand volleyball courts on Oakdale Boulevard.Grab your friends and get in the sand!!JUNE 2 – JULY 29DATE LEAGUE TIME CLASS #Tuesday Recreational 6:00-8:00 p.m. 6350.200Wednesday Competitive 6:00-8:00 p.m. 6350.201Price: $75 per teamLocation: Dovetail Recreation AreaDeadline: May 24Welcome Erik!Erik Dinusson joins the department as our new Athletic Supervisor. He isa graduate of the University of Northern Iowa and has worked for theCedar Rapids YMCA in the past. Erik will be responsible for our youthand adult sports programming. Stop in to say hi and welcome him toCoralville.248-17507


K-REC(Kindergarten – Recreationand Education Cooperation)Friendships, cooperation, and sharing are a big part ofattending school and we have a program designed tohelp your child make a smooth transition into kindergarten.K-REC is an integrated approach to buildingsocialization and kindergarten readiness skills whilealso providing summer fun and recreation. Childrenwill enjoy center-based learning activities along witharts, crafts, games, and other academic based activities.A snack will be served mid-morning and time for freeplay is built into the schedule. K-REC will be held atJames Van Allen Elementary School.Kindergarten teachers from the Iowa City CommunitySchool District have helped to develop the curriculumfor this program. A ratio of one teacher for every eightchildren is maintained. Don’t miss out on this greatopportunity for your child.MONDAY – FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #Week 1: June 22 – 26 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4310.200Week 2*: June 29 – July 2 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4310.201Week 3: July 6 – 10 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4310.202Week 4: July 13 – 17 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4310.203Week 5: July 20 – 24 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 4310.204Preschool ActivitiesPrice:Age:Location:$50 res. $62.50 non-res. per week*4-day program is pro-rated to$40 res. $50 non-res.Entering Kindergarten or First Grade in Fall,2009James Van Allen Elementary SchoolMusic Time with NancyEnter the magical world of music and watch your childgrow! Nancy Bell, preschool music instructor, will leadyour child on a musical adventure with songs that willhave your child moving, singing, counting, listening, playinginstruments, and dancing. Move and groove with yourchild and enjoy the fun.WEDNESDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 3 – 24 10:00-10:45 a.m. 5500.200SUMMER2009Price: $17 res. $21.25 non-res.Age: 18 mos-5 yrs.Location: North Ridge PavilionDeadline: May 278


Youth ActivitiesKids Night InParents, do you need a night “out”alone? Kids can have a great night hangingout at James Van Allen. We will havefun crafts, a movie, gym games, and ofcourse pizza! This fun night is for kidsonly, No Parents allowed. Each nightwill have a different theme and themovie will be rated either G or PG. Allfamilies living in Coralville and all studentswho attend James Van Allen paythe resident rate.FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 1 6:00-10:00 p.m. 3330.200(It’s a Mystery)Price: $15 res. $18.75 non res.Location: James Van Allen SchoolGrade: K– 6Deadline April 28Pizza and a MovieAttention busy moms and dads: Is therenot enough time to tackle your neverending to do list? We have the perfectsolution for you! Have your child(ren)enjoy a fun night of pizza, friends andmovies with us. Each month we will beshowing 2 movies that will have yourchild(ren) laughing and giggling in theirseats. Movie will be rated G or PG. Mustregister to attend.FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 1 6:00-10:00 p.m. 4305.200Price: $15 res. $18.75 non-res.Grade: 1-6Location: Kate Wickham CommunityRoomDeadline: April 28Create-A-PlateIt’s fun to clean your plate when you getto see your own masterpiece under allthat food! Each child will get to decorateand glaze two ceramic dinnerware pieces.DATE TIME CLASS #Fri., July 24 1:00-2:30 p.m. 7206.201Price per class: $16 res. $20 non-res.Age: 4-10Deadline: July 17Arts and CraftsEach week you’ll get to try out a fun new arts and craftactivity! We encourage a parent, older sibling or sitterto accompany pre-kindergarten participants to assistwith projects.DATE THEME TIME CLASS #Fri., June 12 Collages 1:00-2:00 p.m. 7200.200Fri., June 19 Bug Zoo! 1:00-2:00 p.m. 7201.200Fri., June 26 Mobiles 1:00-2:00 p.m. 7202.200Fri., July 10 Hand Puppets 1:00-2:00 p.m. 7203.200Fri., July 17 Tie Dye 1:00-2:00 p.m. 7204.200Price per class: $8 res. $10 non-res.Age: 4-10Deadline: 1 week prior to classJohnson County HistoricalSociety Summer CampsLet JCHS be your guide to summer fun in 2009! Weoffer three distinct camps rooted in the history and culturalheritage of Johnson County. With camps focusedon learning and having fun, both the child and the parentwill enjoy exploring the Johnson County communitythat they live in.SESSION DATE TIMESession 1:Little School on the Prairie June 15-19 1:00-5:00 p.m.Session 2:Little House on the PrairieJune 22-26 1:00-5:00 p.m.Session 3:History Alive! Day Camps July 6-10 1:00-5:00 p.m.Session 4:Little School on the Prairie July 13-17 1:00-5:00 p.m.Session 5:Little House on the Prairie July 20-24 1:00-5:00 p.m.Session 6:History Alive! Day Camps July 27-31 1:00-5:00 p.m.Contact the JCHS for more information or to enroll:351-5738248-17509


Youth ActivitiesSpecialty CampsFairy Tales and MonstersCreate your very own fairy tale character orscary monster and make it come to life in thisfun new class. You’ll get to let your creativityflow as you design your character, make “wanted”posters, build dioramas, and finally create alife-size version of your fairy tale character ormonster.MONDAY-FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 8 – 12 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 7301.201Price: $35 res. $43.75 non-res.Grade: Entering 1-4Deadline: June 1Storybook CreatorsCreate your very own original storybook fromstart to finish. You’ll get to write the story, drawthe pictures, make and decorate the cover…Your new book will be entirely your own creation!MONDAY-FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 15-19 9:30-11:30 a.m. 7302.201Mud, Muck and Glorious StuffI hope you’re not afraid to get dirty! I meanreally dirty! You’d better be ready for it, becauseyou’ll get messy, muddy, sloppy and downrightdirty as you learn about nature and all its grubby,grimy, glorious parts! Participants mustwear sturdy, closed-toe shoes and clothesyou’re not afraid to get really messy.MONDAY-FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #July 6 – 10 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 7304.201Price: $35 res. $43.75 non-res.Grade: Entering K-3Deadline: June 29Summer LunchJoin us each weekday from June 8 through July24 for FREE Summer Lunch! Staff with theCoralville Parks and Recreation Departmentwill serve free lunch from 12:00-12:30 in theFireside Picnic Shelter, located next to the pondin S.T. Morrison Park. Healthy, balanced mealsare available free of charge to anyone age 18 oryounger. After lunch, stick around for an excitinggame or activity (age 12 and under only)until 1:30 p.m.!Price: $35 res. $43.75 non-res.Grade: 2-5Deadline: July 6Mad ScientistsPut on your goggles and lab coat and get readyto discover some of the how’s and why’s of thewacky world of science. You’ll perform a varietyof scientific experiments to learn moreabout the world around you.MONDAY-FRIDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 22 – 26 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 7303.201Price: $35 res. $43.75 non-res.Grade: Entering 2-6Deadline: June 15SUMMER200910


Junior High ActivitiesComputer CampYouth Tech Inc. is an interactive computer campthat focuses on providing enrichment opportunitiesto students in the world of computers.With a caring environment at the core of campvalues, Youth Tech strives to create a positivelearning community that encourages creativity,fun and academic excellence. For more informationabout Youth Tech Inc. please visit ourweb site at www.youthtechinc.comVideo Game DesignThis course provides students with a fun interactivelook at the world of video game designand development. Students enrolled in thiscamp will learn the basics of video game designand produce several different interactive videogames to share with their friends and family.• Our suggested ages are 10-17 on most classes.Commonly we accept students who maybe younger. Ultimately, we leave the finaldecision up to you, the parents as to whatyou think your student is capable of doing.Our courses are open to any student with apassion for learning.• No refunds will be offered after the firstday of class.Babysitters Course(Red Cross)The Red Cross Babysitters course will provideparticipants with knowledge and skills to safelyand responsively care for children andinfants. Participants will learn how to build ababysitting business, develop leadership skills,and how to keep themselves and other safe.Each participant will receive a babysitting trainingset which includes a manual, a pocket emergencyreference guide, and a cd rom withhelpful resources. It’s a great way to say, “Letme babysit for you.”SATURDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 13 9:00-4:00 p.m. 2400.200July 11 9:00-4:00 p.m. 2400.201Price: $35 res. $43.75 non-res.Age: 11–15Note: Bring a sack lunch and comfortableclothesMONDAY-THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #July 13 – 16 8:30 a.m.-Noon 9600.200July 13 – 16 1:00-4:30 p.m. 9600.201Fee: $180 res. $225 non-res.Deadline: July 5Junior High SummerDrop-In ActivitiesGet your friends and come on over to the Rec.Center every Thursday afternoon. Enjoy games,activities, and free food! Check the bulletinboard to see what’s coming up.THURSDAYDATE TIMEJune 11 – July 23 2:00-4:00 p.m.Price: FREE!Grade: Entering 7-9248-175011


Junior High ActivitiesTrail TrekkersTrail Trekkers is ready to roll for its 9th year! This isa great opportunity for young adults looking to getoutdoors and give back to their community. Eachweek staff and participants will plan activitieswhich will allow them to do service learning projects(usually in the mornings) and have fun in theafternoons. They will go on a field trip to variouslocal and out of town locations each week as well.Participants will bike to their community serviceopportunities, so everyone will be required to havea working bicycle, lock for the bike, and a helmet.Trekkers will average between 5 and 10 miles perday on their bikes.MONDAY – THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #*Week 1: June 8 – 11 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.200Field Trip: Fun CityWeek 2: June 15 – 18 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.201Field Trip: Coral Ridge Mall (Movie)Week 3: June 22 – 25 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.202Field Trip: Maquoketa Caves**No Trail Trekkers the week of June 29 – July 2***Week 4: July 6 – 9 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.203Field Trip: Adventureland*Week 5: July 13 – 16 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.204Field Trip: Monticello TubingWeek 6: July 20 – 23 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.205Field Trip: Johnson County Fair*Week 7: July 27 – 30 8:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m. 4300.206Field Trip: Lost Island Water ParkPrice:Note:Location:Grade:Weekly Fee: $65 res. $75 non-res.*Week 1, 4, 5 & 7 $75 res. $85 non-res.Kate Wickham Elementary School(Portable building in the back of school)Entering grade 6-9 in the FallTeen MonticelloTubing TripThere is nothing like floating down a riveron a hot, lazy, summer day. This is a day tounwind with friends and enjoy the peacefuloutdoors. All participants will be requiredto wear a life vest throughout the trip. Thevan will leave at 8:45 a.m. from Kate WickhamElementary and return approximatelyat 5:00 p.m. There will be two chaperonesfor the trip.Each participant should bring swimmingattire, old shoes, a towel, bug spray, sunscreen,sack lunch to eat, and an extra set ofclean clothes and shoes. Money is optional.TUESDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 30 8:45-5:00 p.m. 4315.200Price: $30 res. $37.50 non-res.Age: 11-19Note: Price only includes transportationand admission.Deadline: June 26Teen Lost IslandWater Park GetawayWhen the summer temperatures start torise and there is no relief in sight well lookno further. Grab a friend or two and enjoythis day at Lost Island Water Park in Waterloo.The water park includes a wave pool,speed slide, a lazy river and a few majorwaterslides for all to enjoy. The vans willleave at 9:30 p.m. from Kate Wickham Elementaryand return approximately at 6:00p.m. There will be two to three chaperonesfor the trip.SUNDAYDATE TIME CLASS #July 12 9:30-6:00 p.m. 4301.201SUMMER2009Price: $30 res. $37.50 non-res.Age: 12-19Note: Price only includes transportationand admissionDeadline: July 1012


Tae Kwon Do and YogaTiny Tigers Tae Kwon DoThis program was developed specifically for childrenage 3 through 6, and provides a strong foundation inbasic character qualities such as discipline, respect,and integrity. The program also improves children’smotor skills, enhances their ability to pay attentionand follow instructions, and teaches them how tostay safe. Classes are fun and exciting, and are taughtusing the safest possible methods. For more information,visit www.andersonatataekwondo.com.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 5:25-5:55 p.m. 7000.200June 5:25-5:55 p.m. 7000.201July 5:25-5:55 p.m. 7000.202Aug. 5:25-5:55 p.m. 7000.203Price: $35 res. $43.75 non-res.Age: 3-6ATA Tae Kwon Do BasicsThis class is a great introduction to the sport of taekwon do. White, Orange and Yellow belts will learnthe basic fundamentals and create a solid foundationon their journey to Black Belt. Classes are taught bycertified instructor and 4th Degree Black Belt Mr.Lowell Anderson along with the Instructors in hisleadership program. This class is for ages 7 and up.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 6:00-6:55 p.m. 7010.200June 6:00-6:55 p.m. 7010.201July 6:00-6:55 p.m. 7010.202Aug. 6:00-6:55 p.m. 7010.203Price:Age:$35 res. $43.75 non-res.$45 uniform - required7-adultAdvanced ATA Tae Kwon DoThis class is for students that have advanced to therank of Camo belt and above. In addition to traditionaltae kwon do forms, students will be taught sparringand board breaking. Prepare to push yourself to thenext level as you work towards your Black Belt – andbeyond!TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 7:00-7:55 p.m. 7020.200June 7:00-7:55 p.m. 7020.201July 7:00-7:55 p.m. 7020.202Aug. 7:00-7:55 p.m. 7020.203Price:Age:$35 res. $43.75 non-res.$45 uniform - required7-adultYoga for RelaxationDiscover the benefits of mind/body fitnessin this beginner class designed to improvehealth, performance, and mental functioning.This type of yoga is based on theancient fitness science of hatha yoga,blending balance, strength, flexibility andpower in a fitness format. YogaFit overcomesthe mystery of yoga by delivering apractical, user-friendly style which isapproachable by individuals at any level.The second session will continue from thefirst, but new students are also welcome.Comfortable, fitted clothes recommended.Yoga mat recommended but not required.MONDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 18 – July 13 6:15-7:15 p.m. 7400.200July 20 – Aug. 31 6:15-7:15 p.m. 7400.201Price: $42 res. $52.50 non-res.Age: 16 and upNote: No class May 25 and June 22Deadline: 72 hours prior to classYoga PlusThis class is intended for continuingand/or experienced students. More SunSalutations and a little more sweat. We willcontinue to build strength, balance, flexibilityand power in a mind/body fitnessformat. Comfortable, fitted clothes recommended.Yoga mat recommended but notrequired.MONDAYDATE TIME CLASS #May 18 – July 13 7:30-8:30 p.m. 7410.200July 20 – Aug. 31 7:30-8:30 p.m. 7410.201Price: $42 res. $52.50 non-res.Age: 16 and upNote: No class May 25 and June 22Deadline: 72 hours prior to classThe Coralville Parks andRecreation Departmentoffers a variety of tae kwondo classes for all ages andabilities. All of our tae kwondo classes are taught byLowell Anderson, aCertified ATA Instructor and4th Degree Black Belt.For more information onour tae kwon do programs,visit www.andersonatataekwondo.com.248-175013


Summer CampsCoralville Parks & Recreation offers three different Summer Day Camp options – Camp Coralville,Camp Wickham, and Camp Van Allen. All three camps meet Monday-Friday for 9 weeks beginningJune 8. All three camps are designed for children who have completed Kindergarten andhave not yet entered sixth grade. Each camp has activities and trips scheduled for each week –activities sure to keep your child entertained all summer long. Brochures with more specific informationon each camp can be picked up at the Recreation Center or at the specific camp location(Van Allen or Wickham).Weekly Theme and TripWeekCamp CoralvilleCamp WickhamCamp Van Allen1: June 8-12School’s Out:Scream & Shout**Trip – Fun CityMoovin’& Groovin’Trip – Roller SkatingSummer KickoffTrip – Camp Carnival2: June 15-19Put Me In Coach,I’m Ready to PlayTrip – C.R. KernelsAmerica’s PastimeTrip – C.R. KernelsTake Me Outto the BallgameTrip – C.R. Kernels3: June 22-26Let’s Go CrazyTrip – Par-Tee ZoneZippity Zoo Da**Trip –Blank Park ZooWild Wild West**Trip –Blank Park Zoo4: June 29-July 2* no camp July 3rdCamp RockTalent WeekTrip – Roller SkatingWho Let theDogs Out?Trip – MovieIt’s a MysteryTrip – Mystery Trip5: July 6-10Safari Adventure**Trip -AdventurelandKicking itOld School **Trip –AdventurelandHoliday in July**Trip –Adventureland6: July 13-17A Week on the Bayou**Trip – MississippiRiver MuseumRide the Tide**Trip – Fun CityWeird Science**Trip –Putnam Museum7: July 20-24Pajama PartyTrip – MovieLazy Days of SummerTrip – PlaystationEco WeekTrip – Kent Park8: July 27-31Super MarioAdventuresTrip – Pump It UpAll Day Sun,All Day Fun**Trip – Lost IslandTropical Adventures**Trip – Lost Island9: August 3-7Pirates of theCaribbean**Trip – Lost IslandToo Cool 4 SchoolTrip – Par-Tee-ZoneRest & RelaxationTripCoralridge MallSUMMER2009Fees per Week:Camp CoralvilleCamp WickhamCamp Van Allen$120– res., $130 – non-res.$25 for early/late option$145 – res., $155 – non-res.$145 – res. $155 – non-res.14** = Weeks will also incur a $20 trip fee above the weekly fee


Indoor PoolCoralville Indoor PoolAddress: Coralville RecreationCenter, 1506 8th St.Phone: 248-1750Daily Admission: $3 per person. Children underthe age of 2 years old are FREE. ALL PERSONSENTERING THE INDOOR POOL WILL BECHARGED $3 REGARDLESS OF THE INTENTTO SWIM. Please stop at the reception desk toshow your pass or to pay for admission to thepool.Indoor Pool Punch Card: $33. You get 12 punchesfor the price of 11. This punch card is ONLYvalid at the Indoor Pool.EARLY BIRD SPECIAL 2 Day Sale – May 2 - 3!Take an additional $5 off these 2 days!!!!!!!Indoor Pool Hours: Each month a calendar will beprovided that has available lap swim and openswim. The calendar is available at the frontdesk of the Recreation Center or online atwww.coralville.org. Call 248-1750 for specificavailability. Be sure to read the back for moreimportant information on upcoming events andpool notes.Lockers Available: Daily use of lockers is availablefor 25 cents. We also have lockers availablefor rent. Lockers can be rented on a long-termbasis for $7.50 for 3 months, $15 for six monthsor $30 for one year. We recommend the use oflocked lockers to prevent theft or loss of personalbelongings.No Shoes on Deck: Please help us keep the deckclean by removing your street shoes beforeentering the pool area.Partnership: We are proud to operate theCoralville Indoor pool in partnership with theIowa City Community School district. It is ashared use pool and we are host to physicaleducation classes, adapted PE classes, and districtswim teams. Please pick up a calendar forthe community open and lap swim times.~NEW ~AQUA CLIMBAqua Climb is a poolside climbing wall. It is 12’tall and 6’ wide!!!! Come and check it out! Canyou reach the top? You must be able to pass thedeep end swim test in order to test your skillson the wall. CLIMB ON!Coralville Swim Pass(Includes Indoor Pool and CoralvilleCommunity Aquatic Center)Passes may be purchased at the Coralville RecreationCenter. Swim passes will allow admittanceto BOTH the Coralville Indoor Pool and CoralvilleCommunity Aquatic Center. Pool pass prices arebased on the number of pass holders in the household.No more than two (2) adults allowed perhousehold. Passes may be purchased for childrenage 24 months through 18 years of age that arerelated to one or both the household adults byblood, marriage, adoption, foster care placement,or legal guardianship. All pass holders mustreside in the same household address.Resident Non-res.12 month-single pass $200 $250Second pass inhousehold (12 month) $75 $95Additional passes inhousehold (12 month) $20 $253 month-single pass $125 $155Second pass inhousehold (3 month) $50 $75Additional passes inhousehold (3 month) $20 $25Replacement passes $20 $25Pass holders Please be advised that open and lapswim hours may be limited at various timesthroughout the year due to swim programs/activities and community school use.Supervision: Responsible adult(s) must accompanychildren to the pool until the child is seven (7) yearsof age and is able to swim twenty (20) yards of frontcrawl without stopping, dog paddling, or swimmingon their back. Lifeguards reserve the right totest the child’s swimming ability at any time.Diapers: In an effort to insure the safety and cleanlinessof our swimming pool environment, anyonethat requires the use of a diaper, MUST wear anappropriate swimming diaper. There are ”SwimDiapers” some sizes available at the front desk forpurchase.Flotation Devices and Toys: Patrons may bringtheir own toys to enjoy at the pool. Flotationdevices such as rafts may be used if they aresmall enough to hold only one person. Theguards on duty reserve the right to clear the poolof all flotation devices when it inhibits their viewand remove toys for the safety of other patrons.Flotation devices are allowed in the shallow endand 4-5 ft. area. Please note that hard balls andsquirt guns are not allowed.248-175015


Coralville Community Aquatic CenterAddress: 1513 7th StreetPhone Number: 248-9330Aquatic Center Hours/Admission:May 30 – Aug. 19Monday – Sunday: 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. $4/personMonday – Sunday: 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. $3/personJune 1 – 4Monday – Thursday: 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.Aug. 22 – Sept. 7Saturday – Sunday: 11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. $4/personSaturday – Sunday: 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. $3/person*(includes Monday, Labor Day)Children under the age of 2 years old are FREE.ALL PERSONS ENTERING THE AQUATICCENTER WILL BE CHARGED REGARDLESS OFTHEIR INTENT TO SWIM.Aquatic Center Punch Card:$44 You get 12 punches for the price of 11. Thispunch card is ONLY permitted at the CoralvilleCommunity Aquatic Center. Aquatic Center punchcards may be purchased at Aquatic Center orRecreation Center.New Payment Options!CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED (Visa or Master Card)We now accept credit cards at the aquatic center.Minimum purchase allowed is $4. We are not ableto provide cash back. Please note you are NOT ableto purchase swim passes at the aquatic center,please visit us at the recreation center to do so.CHECKS We will no longer accept checks as formof payment.BILLS We are unable to accept $50 or $100 bills,please plan accordingly.Special NightsJoin us at the Aquatic Center as we celebrate areayouth. Wear the appropriate uniform shirt and getin for $2.Little League Night July 31 5:00-8:00 p.m.Scout Night Aug. 6 5:00-8:00 p.m.Splash Parties!Sun, Fun, Water, and Friends at the pool! Theaquatic center is a great place to enjoy all ofthis. Book your special gathering with us.Call 248-1750 to reserve your party todaySplash Party:2 hours10 - 15 people $12516 - 20 people $17521 - 25 people $220Additional people-$10/personIncludes:• One reserved deck section and picnictables (2 hours)• Admission to Coralville CommunityAquatic Center• Cake• Pop/Water• Hotdog or Pizza (Must choose one for all)Large Group Party:4 hoursBook your summer event at the CoralvilleCommunity Aquatic Center for youremployees and their families, your church,or any other large group.Parties ~ 50+ guests $7 per personIncludes:• Reserved deck sections• Admission to CCAC• Food ticket including: Pop, Chips, Choiceof Hotdog, Hamburger, or Pizza!• For all party reservations, call 248-1750 orstop by the Coralville Recreation Center.A $25 non-refundable application fee isdue at the time of reservationDeck Only:4 hoursJust want a place for your family or group tocall “home base”? Then take advantage of ourjust rent the deck opportunity. This option isjust the deck space, no food options available.One deck: up to 50 people $35Two decks: 51-100 people $65Rental Times11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.Call 248-1750 to check availability or to makea reservation.www.coralville.org16Splash Pad Gets a New AdditionWith a generous donation from the Johnson County Community Foundation, we are able to adda new feature to the splash pad this summer. A 5.5 ft. Water Cup will be added next to the waterdome in the middle section of the splash pad. We would like to thank the Foundation for theirdonation and we hope you enjoy the new feature this summer!


Preschool LessonsInfant and ToddlerCoursesParent and Child Aquatics is designed to orientyoung children (from age 6 months to about 3years) to the water and prepare them to learn toswim. It is not designed to teach children tobecome good swimmers or even to survive inthe water on their own. Parent and ChildAquatics give parents safety information andteach techniques to help them orient their childrento the water. It also provides directionregarding how to supervise water activities in aresponsible manner. This program is a bondingexperience that will fill instructors, parents, andchildren with wonderful lifelong memories.Infant Course (6-18 months)Skills will include exploring water adjustment,front kick, glides, under water exploration,floats, arm movements, rolling over, and waterexits. This course is designed to expose yourchild to water adjustment skills. The courserequires parent/adult participation in the waterwith each child. Both parents/adults are welcometo join their little one.Toddler Course (19-36 months)Toddler course builds on the skills learned inInfant class. Skills will focus on more independentmovements from the infant class.The course requires parent/adult participationin the water with each child. The course requiresparent/adult participation in the water witheach child. Both parents/adults are welcome tojoin their little one.Preschool Aquatics (NEW)Preschool Aquatics teaches aquatic and safetyskills in a logical progression. It is now composedof three levels. The objective is to startteaching fundamental water safety and aquaticskills to children about 4 and 5 years of age. Theprogram is designed to give participants a positivelearning experience. Preschool I orientatesparticipants to the aquatic environment andhelps them to gain some basic swimming andwater safety skills. Parents are not allowed in thewater during class time but may sit near the classarea for the child's comfort and security. Childrenshould be comfortable in a group learningsituation and be able to stand alone in 2'8"depth of water. We strive for a ratio of 1 instructorper 4 students. Upon successful completionof all three levels of Preschool Aquatics and thechild has reached the age of 5 children they canenter Red Cross Level 3. Please note RC Level 3will be taught in 3’8” (44 inches) of water anddeeper.Preschool IThere are no prerequisites for this course. Theobjective of PS I is to help children feel comfortablein the water and to enjoy the water safely. InPS I, elementary aquatic skills are taught, whichchildren build on as they progress through thepreschool Aquatics and Red Cross levels. In thisclass, children also start developing good attitudesand safe practices around the water.PS I Exit Skills AssessmentAll Preschool I skills can be performed with support.• Enter independently, using either the ladder,steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, submergeto mouth and blow bubbles for at least 3 secondsthen safely exit the water. (Children canwalk, move along the gutter or “swim”).• While in shallow water, glide on front at least2 body lengths, then roll to back and float onback for 3 seconds then recover to a verticalposition.Preschool IIChildren entering this course must have a PS Icertificate or be able to demonstrate all of thecompletion requirements from PS I. The objectivesof PS II are to build upon the skills learnedin PS I and give children success with fundamentalskills. Children learn to float on the backwithout support and to recover to a verticalposition. This course marks the beginning oftrue locomotion skills. Children continue toexplore simultaneous and alternating arm andleg actions on front and back to lay the foundationfor future strokes. PS II adds to the self-helpand basic rescue skills begun in PS I.PS II Exit Skills AssessmentAll Preschool II skills can be performed withassistance.• Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll toback, float on back for 5 seconds then recoverto a vertical position.• Glide on back for at least 2 body lengths, rollto front, float for 5 seconds then recover to avertical position.• Swim using combined arm and leg actions onfront for 3 body lengths, roll to back, float for5 seconds, roll to front then continue swimmingon front for 3 body lengths.NEWPreschoolClasses248-175017


Infant and Toddler ClassesPreschool IIIChildren entering this course must have a PS IIcertificate or must be able to demonstrate all thecompletion requirements from PS II. The objectiveof PS III is to build on the skills in PS II byproviding additional guided practice. Childrenlearn to effectively coordinate combined simultaneousarm and leg actions. Upon successfulcompletion of all three levels of PreschoolAquatics and the child has reached the age of 5they can enter Red Cross Level 3. Please note RCLevel 3 will be taught in 3’8” of water and deeper.PS III Exit Skills AssessmentAll Preschool III skills are done independently.• Step from side into chest-deep water, moveinto a front float for 5 seconds, roll to back,float for 5 seconds and then return to a verticalposition.• Move into a back float for 5 seconds, roll tofront, and then recover to a vertical position.• Push off and swim using a combination ofarm and leg actions on front for 5 bodylengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, rollto front then continue swimming for 5 bodylengths. (You can assist the child when takinga breath.)CLASS DATE DAY OF WEEK TIME PRICE CLASS #Infant June 9 – June 25 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1801.210Infant June 9 – June 25 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1802.210Infant June 30 – July 16 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1803.210Infant June 30 – July 16 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1804.210Infant July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1805.210Infant July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1806.210Toddler June 9 – June 25 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1851.210Toddler June 9 – June 25 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1852.210Toddler June 30 – July 16 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1853.210Toddler June 30 – July 16 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1854.210Toddler July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1855.210Toddler July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1856.210PS I June 8 – June 12 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1901.200PS I June 22 – June 26 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1902.200PS I June 29 – July 2 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $12.75 res. $16 non-res. 1903.200PS I July 20 – July 24 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1904.200PS I Aug. 3 – Aug. 7 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1905.200PS I June 9 – June 25 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1906.210PS I June 30 – July 16 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1907.210PS I June 30 – July 16 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1908.210PS I July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1907.210PS II June 8 – June 12 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1951.200PS II June 15 – June 19 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1952.200PS II June 29 – July 2 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $12.75 res. $16 non-res. 1953.200PS II July 13 – July 17 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1954.200PS II July 27 – July 31 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1955.200PS II Aug. 3 – Aug. 7 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1956.200PS II June 9 – June 25 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1957.210PS II June 9 – June 25 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1958.210PS II June 30 – July 16 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1958.210PS II July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1959.210SUMMER200918PS III June 15 – June 19 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1975.200PS III June 22 – June 26 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1976.200PS III July 13 – July 17 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1977.200PS III July 20 – July 24 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1978.200PS III July 27 – July 31 M-F 10:45-11:15 a.m. $16 res. $20 non-res. 1979.200PS III June 9 – June 25 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1980.210PS III June 30 – July 16 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1981.210PS III July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 5:30-6:00 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1982.210PS III July 21 – Aug. 6 T/Th 6:00-6:30 p.m. $19 res. $23.75 non-res. 1983.210


Swim LessonsRed Cross Swim Lessons (Must be 5 years of age or older) Students should have successfully completed or beable to perform the skills in the preceding level/course.• PARENTS, PLEASE KEEP YOUR CHILD'S RED CROSS CHECK-OFF SHEETS TO ASSIST YOU IN YOURNEXT SWIM LESSON ENROLLMENT.• Swim Instructor(s)/Lesson Coordinator reserve the right to move a child to a more appropriate class if determinedthrough an evaluation process. We will only be able move the student if there is room within the appropriateclass, otherwise the student may be placed in next available lesson.• REGISTRATIONS: In order to give everyone a chance to participate in swim lessons we allow only one registrationor wait list registration at a time. You may sign up for the next available class at the completion of yourcurrent session.★NEW RED CROSS LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS★Please read the descriptions below to help place your student in the appropriatelevel. It is very helpful to the student, staff, and other class mates if youstrive to place your student in the appropriate level the first time. The lessonstaff will be evaluating the students on the first day of lessons. If the needarises to transfer a student, we will try to accommodate by moving the studentto the appropriate level, if there room allows it.Red Cross has updated their swim lesson program. Listed below are thehighlights for each level. Please read carefully, the new levels MAY NOTcoincide with the existing levels. The lesson staff will be testing on the firstday. They will access your child ability and determine if the child is in theappropriate level. If the need arises, we will try to accommodate by movingthe participant to the appropriate level, if there room allows it.Level 1 – Introduction to Water SkillsThere are no prerequisites for this level. The objectives of Level 1 are to learnbasic personal water safety information and skills, to help participants feelcomfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. In Level 1, participantslearn elementary aquatic skills, which they will build on as theyprogress through the six Learn-to-Swim levels. At this level, participantsbegin developing good attitudes about swimming and water safety, goodswimming habits and safe practices in and around the water.Level 1 Exit Skills Assessment• Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5yards, bob 3 times then safely exit the water. (Participants can walk, movealong the gutter or “swim”.)• Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 3 seconds andrecover to a vertical position. (This part of the assessment can be performedwith support.)Level 2 – Fundamental Aquatic SkillsParticipants entering this course must have a Level 1 certificate or must beable to demonstrate all the completion requirements of Level 1. The objectiveof Level 2 is to give participants success with fundamental skills. Participantslearn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. This levelmarks the beginning of true locomotion skills. Participants continue toexplore simultaneous and alternating arm and leg actions on the front andback to lay the foundation for future strokes.Level 2 Exit Skills Assessment• Step from side into chest-deep water, move into a front float for 5 seconds,roll to back, float for 5 seconds then return to a vertical position.• Move into a back float for 5 seconds, roll to front then recover to a verticalposition.• Push off and swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 5 bodylengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front then continue swimmingfor 5 body lengths. (You can assist the participant when taking abreath.)Level 3 – Stroke DevelopmentParticipants entering this course must have a Level 2 certificate or must beable to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 2. The objectivesof Level 3 are for participants to learn the survival float, the elementarybackstroke and to coordinate the front crawl. They are introduced to the scissorskick and the dolphin kick and build on the fundamentals of treadingwater. Participants also learn rules for headfirst entries and begin to learn toenter the water headfirst from the side of the pool (if the water is 9 feet deepor deeper.)Level 3 Exit Skills Assessment• Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintainposition by treading or floating for 30 seconds and swim elementarybackstroke for 15 yards.Level 4 – Stroke ImprovementParticipants entering this course must have a Level 3 certificate or must toable to demonstrate all the completion requirements of Level 3. The objectivesof Level 4 are to develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far andClipboardNotes:Red CrossLevels!to improve other aquatic skills. Participants improve their skills and increasetheir endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front crawl, elementary backstroke)for greater distances. Students also continue to build upon the scissorskick and dolphin kick by adding the arms for sidestroke and butterfly.The back crawl and the breaststroke are introduced in Level 4, as well as thebasics of turning at a wall.Level 4 Exit Skills Assessment• Perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards,change direction and position as necessary and swim elementary backstrokefor 25 yards.• Swim breaststroke for 15 yards, change direction and position as necessaryand swim back crawl for 15 yards.Level 5 – Stroke RefinementParticipants entering this course must have a Level 4 certificate or must beable to demonstrate all the course requirements in Level 4. The objectives ofLevel 5 are to coordinate and refine strokes. Participants refine their performanceof all the strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementarybackstroke and sidestroke) and increase their distances. Flip turnson the front and back are also introduced.Level 5 Exit Skills Assessment• Perform a shallow-angle dive into deep water, swim front crawl for 50yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary and swim elementarybackstroke for 50 yards.• Swim breaststroke for 25 yards, change direction and position of travel asnecessary and swim back crawl for 25 yards.Level 6 – Swimming and Skill ProficiencyParticipants entering this course must have a Level 5 certificate or must beable to demonstrate all the skills required to complete Level 5. The objectivesof Level 6 are to refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency,power and smoothness over greater distances. Level 6 is designedwith “menu” options – Personal Water Safety, Fundamentals of Diving, andFitness Swimmer. These options focus on preparing participants for moreadvanced courses, such as Water Safety Instructor, or other aquatic activities,such as competitive swimming or diving.This level should be customized to meet the objectives of the participants.For instance, the course may be promoted for participants who want to entercompetition or for those who want to achieve a higher level of fitness. It isalso possible to structure this level around a different aquatic sport each timeit is offered. Participants who want to enter the Water Safety Instructorcourse or courses in the Lifeguarding program can use this level to practicethe prerequisites for those courses. Because of the variety this level offers,participants can repeat it to focus on different goals each time.Level 6 Exit Skills AssessmentPersonal Water Safety• Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes of your choice, swimmingat least 50 yards of each stroke.• Jump into deep water, perform a survival float for 5 minutes, roll onto backand perform a back float for 5 minutes.• Perform a feet-first surface dive, retrieve an object from the bottom of thepool at a depth of 7-10 feet, return to surface and return to starting point.Fundamentals of Diving• Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes of your choice, swimmingat least 50 yards of each stroke.• Perform a two-part takeoff with a feet-first entry from a 1-meter divingboard.• Perform a two-part takeoff with a head-first entry from a 1-meter divingboard.Fitness Swimmer• Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes of your choice,swimming at least 50 yards of each stroke.• Perform the Cooper 12-minute swim test and compare results withthe pre-assessment results.19


Red Cross Learn to SwimRed Cross Morning IJune 8 – June 19MONDAY-FRIDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #8:30-9:10 a.m. Level 1 1101.200Level 2 1201.200Level 3 1301.200Level 4 1401.200Level 6PW 1601.2009:15-9:55 a.m. Level 1 1102.200Level 2 1202.200Level 3 1302.200Level 4 1402.200Level 5 1501.20010:00-10:40 a.m. Level 1 1103.200Level 2 1203.200Level 3 1303.200Level 4 1403.200Level 5 1502.20010:45-11:25 a.m. Level 3 1304.200Level 4 1404.200Level 5 1503.200Red Cross Morning IIJune 22 – July 2MONDAY-FRIDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #8:30-9:10 a.m. Level 1 1104.200Level 2 1204.200Level 3 1305.200Level 4 1405.200Level 5 1504.2009:15-9:55 a.m. Level 1 1105.200Level 2 1205.200Level 3 1306.200Level 4 1406.200Level 6FS 1602.20010:45-11:25 a.m. Level 3 1307.200Level 4 1407.200Level 5 1505.200Price:FYI:$24.75 res. $31 non-res.9 classes at 40 minutesPrice:FYI:$27.50 res. $34.50 non-res.10 classes at 40 minuteswww.coralville.orgRed Cross Morning IIIJuly 13 – July 24MONDAY-FRIDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #8:30-9:10 a.m. Level 1 1106.200Level 2 1206.200Level 3 1309.200Level 4 1408.200Level 5 1506.2009:15-9:55 a.m. Level 1 1107.200Level 2 1207.200Level 3 1309.200Level 4 1409.200Level 5 1507.20010:00-10:40 a.m. Level 1 1108.200Level 2 1208.200Level 3 1310.200Level 4 1410.200Level 6D 1603.20010:45-11:25 a.m. Level 3 1311.200Level 4 1411.200Level 5 1508.200Price:FYI:$27.50 res. $34.50 non-res.10 classes at 40 minutesRed Cross Morning IVJuly 27 – Aug. 7MONDAY-FRIDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #8:30-9:10 a.m. Level 1 1109.200Level 2 1209.200Level 3 1312.200Level 4 1412.200Level 5 1509.2009:15-9:55 a.m. Level 1 1110.200Level 2 1210.200Level 3 1313.200Level 4 1413.200Level 5 1510.20010:00-10:40 a.m. Level 1 1112.200Level 2 1211.200Level 3 1315.200Level 4 1414.200Level 5 1511.20010:45-11:25 a.m. Level 4 1415.200Level 5 1512.200Level 6FS 1605.200Price:FYI:$27.50 res. $34.50 non-res10 classes at 40 minutes20


Red Cross Learn to SwimRed Cross Evening IJune 9 – June 25TUESDAY/THURSDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #6:35-7:05 p.m. Level 1 1101.210Level 2 1201.210Level 3 1301.210Level 4 1401.210Level 6PW 1601.2107:10-7:40 p.m. Level 1 1102.210Level 2 1202.210Level 3 1302.210Level 4 1402.210Level 5 1501.210Price:FYI:$12.50 res. $15.75 non-res.6 classes at 30 minutesRed Cross Evening IIJune 30 – July 16TUESDAY/THURSDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #6:35-7:05 p.m. Level 1 1103.210Level 2 1203.210Level 3 1303.210Level 4 1403.210Level 6S 1602.2107:10-7:40 p.m. Level 1 1104.210Level 2 1204.210Level 3 1304.210Level 4 1404.210Level 5 1502.210Price:FYI:$12.50 res. $15.75 non-res.6 classes at 30 minutesRed Cross Evening IIIJuly 21 – Aug. 6TUESDAY/THURSDAYTIME LEVEL CLASS #6:35-7:05 p.m. Level 1 1105.210Level 2 1205.210Level 3 1305.210Level 4 1405.210Level 6D 1603.2107:10-7:40 p.m. Level 1 1106.210Level 2 1206.210Level 3 1306.210Level 4 1406.210Level 5 1503.210Price:FYI:$12.50 res. $15.75 non-res.6 classes at 30 minutesLifeguard TrainingDo you like working with the public? Givingback to your community? Being a lifeguard?The American Red Cross Lifeguard Trainingcourse teaches skills and knowledge requiredfor effective life guarding at swimming pools.When you successfully complete the course youwill be certified in Lifeguard Training,CPR/AED, and First Aid as mandatory componentsof the class.Attendance is mandatory for ALL classes. Tobe eligible for the Lifeguard Training certification,participants must score 80% or higher onall written exams and satisfactorily perform allcombined skills in the water, first aid, andCPR/AED.Prerequisites:• Ability to swim 300 yards continuously using100 yds. front crawl using rhythmic breathingand a stabilizing, propellant kick. 100 yds.breaststroke, 100 yds. of either front crawlusing rhythmic breathing or breaststroke.These 100 yds. may be a mixture of front crawland breaststroke. There is no time limit but itmust be in strong fashion and non-stop.• Starting in the water, swim 20 yds. usingfront crawl or breaststroke, surface dive to adepth of 7-10 feet, retrieve a ten pound brick,return to the surface, and swim 20 yards backto the starting point with the object and exitthe pool without using a ladder or steps. Thisis a timed event; you must complete thiswithin 1 minute and 40 seconds.• Participants must be 15 years of age beforethe last day of the course.• Please note that to be eligible for employment,the City of Coralville requires lifeguardsto be 16 years of age.Session IDATE DAY TIME CLASS #June 12 Fri. 6:00-10:00 p.m. 2400.110June 13, 14 Sat., Sun. 9:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.Session IIDATE DAY TIME CLASS #Aug. 7 Fri. 6:00- 9:00 p.m. 2401.110Aug. 8, 9 Sat., Sun. 9:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m.Price:Note:$95 res. $118.75 non-res. (Price includesbooks, mask, and Red Cross fees)A $25 application fee will be assessed ifa cancellation is made prior to one weekof the session start date. A $40 applicationfee will be applied if a cancellationis made within one week of thesession start date or after the pre test.248-175021


www.coralville.org22Water Safety Aide ProgramThe ARC Water Safety Aide Program is designed toprovide training for individuals who wish to assistWater Safety Instructors in conducting ARC Swimmingand Water Safety Courses. The course willcover techniques for teaching kids to swim as wellas safety factors to consider. To be eligible for theWSA certification, participants must score 80 percentor more on the written test and perform thecombined skills in the water.Prerequisites:Must be 12 years of age, and exhibit a strong senseof maturity and responsibility. Aide candidatesmust possess a Level V certificate or be able todemonstrate those skills.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #Jun. 9 – Jun. 25 6:00-7:30 p.m. 2100.200July 21 – Aug. 6 6:00-7:30 p.m. 2100.201Price:$35 res. $43.75 non-res.Private Swim LessonsPrivate swim lessons provide an excellent opportunityfor individualized swim instruction, flexibilityin scheduling, and consideration of the specificneeds of the swimmer. Water adjustment, stroketechniques, and safety skills correlate and supplementthe ARC Swimming and Water Safety courses.Private swim lessons are available to all person’s 3years old or older and are arranged at a time mutuallyconvenient for the participant, the instructor,and the pool schedule. Guidelines regarding registrationand arrangements for lessons may bereviewed at the Coralville Recreation Center. Preregistrationand inquiries may be directed to 248-1750.Dates/Times are arrangedPrice:Note:$15 res. $18.75 non-res.(per 30 minute lesson)Due to the availability of instructors, wecannot guarantee an instructor or thetimes you may requestArranged Private LessonsThese evening private lessons are already arrangedfor you without the hassle of making phone calls toset them up. Instructors are already assigned toteach on the following days.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 9 – June 25 7:45-8:15 p.m. 1001.210June 30 – July 16 7:45-8:15 p.m. 1002.210June 21 – Aug. 6 7:45-8:15 p.m. 1003.210Price:Note:$78 res. $97.50 non-res.6 privates at 30 minutes eachSwim LessonsPre-Teen SwimmersIf you are in Grade 5-8 and you want tolearn to swim, here is your opportunity.Participate in a swim class with your peers.This class is for the non-swimmer or swimmerwith limited skills and will teach youthe basics of swimming.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #July 21 – Aug. 6 5:30-6:00 p.m. 2050.200Price: $19 res. $23.75 non-res.Note: 6 lessons at 30 minutesGrade: 5-8Adult Beginner SmallGroupIf learning to swim has not been a top priority-hereis your chance! Adult beginner isfor adults with little or no experience in thewater. The goal of this class will be to helpstudents feel comfortable in the water andlearn essential aquatic skills. Skills taughtwill include water adjustment, front andback floats, and introductions to both backcrawl and front crawl.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 9 - June 25 5:30-6:00 p.m. 2000.200June 30 – July 16 6:00-6:30 p.m. 2000.201Price:Note:$19 res. $23.75 non-res.6 lessons at 30 minutesAdult IntermediateSmall GroupNow that you are comfortable in deep waterand able to swim the length of the pool yournext step is Adult Intermediate! The intermediateswim class is geared those who arelooking to learn expand their beginnersstrokes and techniques. This class will furtherdevelop your endurance and confidencein the water. We will concentrate onfront and back crawl as well as introductionof the breast stroke.TUESDAY/THURSDAYDATE TIME CLASS #June 9 - June 25 6:00-6:30 p.m. 2005.200June 30 – July 16 5:30-6:00 p.m. 2005.201July 21 – Aug. 6 6:00-6:30 p.m. 2005.202Price:Note:$19 res. $23.75 non-res.6 lessons at 30 minutes


Brown Deer Golf ClubGreen FeesWeekdays(Monday-Thursday)9 Holes ..................................$1618 Holes ................................$25Weekends(Friday-Sunday)9 Holes ..................................$2018 Holes ................................$31Cart Fees9 Holes ....................................$818 Holes ................................$14Play PackagesReceiveBuy Free Total$300 $45 $345 15% Free$600 $120 $720 20% Free$900 $225 $1,125 25% FreeCoralville residents also receivean extra $25 credit for purchasinga golf play packages.Driving RangeSmall ......................................$3Medium ..................................$6Large .......................................$9Play Brown Deer Golf Clubthis summer!Voted best golf course in the area by the Press Citizen.Brown Deer Golf Club is one of the premier PUBLICgolf courses in Iowa.Events at Brown DeerBrown Deer Golf Club offers beautiful meeting spacesfor groups large and small. The Coralville MarriottHotel & Conference Center manages all of the foodand beverage operations at the clubhouse. Whether itis an informal gathering or the wedding of yourdreams, your guests will dine on fine cuisine preparedby experienced culinary staff.For more information and to book your next event,contact the Marriott Sales Office at 688-4000.Book your tee times online!(www.browndeergolf.org) Click on the Link.Also by booking online you get to book out8 days in advance instead of 7 days by calling.248-930023


Brown Deer Golf ClubTournamentsA variety of golf tournaments will be heldthroughout the year. For more informationplease contact the golf course at 319-248-9300for dates and times. Also tournaments will belisted www.iowacitygolf.com that will be hostedby Brown Deer Golf Club.LeaguesTuesday Women’s night with a 5:30 start -Open to any level of abilitiesWednesday and Thursday are men’s leagues.Please contact the golf shop at 319-248-9300for details on the leagues.Junior ClinicThese lessons are for children ages 6-17 andgolfers of all levels of ability. The junior clinicwill cover all aspects of golf. There are 2 sessionsto choose from. The lessons will be taughtby head PGA Golf Professional Sean McCartyand assistant golf professional Derek Birt.DATEJune 9 – 11June 9 – 11TIME7:30-9:00 a.m.10:00-11:30 a.m.Women’s Group ClinicThese one hour sessions are designed for ladiesof all abilities. We will cover all aspects of golfduring these 4 sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays.This class will also be limited to the first 20ladies so sign up now at Brown Deer Pro Shop.These lessons will be instructed by Sean McCarty,Head PGA Golf Professional and Derek Birt,assistant golf professional.TUESDAY & THURSDAYDATE TIMEMay 19 – 28 6:00-7:00 p.m.Price:$50 res. $60.00 non-resDIVOTS! Bar & Grill is open for lunch and dinner.New menu items are being offered for the2009 season along with all of your favoritesfrom last year. Check for weekly lunch specialsand coupons online at www.browndeergolf.orgPrice: $55 res. $65 non-res.Call the Brown Deer pro shop at 319-248-9300 tosign up or register at the golf course.SUMMER2009Sean McCarty –Head Golf ProDerek Birt –Assistant Golf ProTom Roskos –Golf Course Superintendent24


North Ridge PavilionNorth Ridge Pavilion2250 Holiday RoadNorth Ridge Pavilion is a 1700 squarefoot, all season event venue. The perfectsize for a company gathering,family reunion, wedding reception,or other function, it can be easilyaccessed from Holiday Road. Seat upto 100 guests in the great room, preparea meal in the kitchen, or haveyour event catered and relax as youtake in a breath of fresh air on theveranda overlooking the pond.Facility HoursFacility is available for rentals from7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Monday throughSunday. All guests and support personnelsuch as catering staff must exitthe building and park by 11:00 p.m.Overnight rentals are not permitted atNorth Ridge Pavilion.ReservationsReservations are taken year round atthe Coralville Recreation Center, 15068th Street, Coralville, and can be madeup to 18 months in advance of yourevent. Full rental fee and deposit isdue the time of reservation. A nonrefundableapplication fee of 1/3 thebase fee is non-refundable in the eventof a cancellation.Seating AccommodationsSeat up to 100 guests with both 5’round tables or 8’ rectangular tables.Rates: Resident/ Non-Resident/Coralville business Other businessWeekday 4 hour block $85 $100Weekend 6 hour block $145 $180Weekend Entire Day $245 $3057:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.Johnson CountyNot-for-profit 2 hour rental $25(Monday-Thursday)Holiday $300 $315Cleaning/Damage Deposit $100 $100Optional Cleaning Fee $60 $60Event PlanningThose using the Pavilion for events to make a profitwill pay 3 times the standard rental rate.Music is allowed inside the pavilion.AV equipment in the form of television with VHS andDVD options is available for use. We also have an overheadprojection screen. The park also has Wi-Fi internet.Decorations may be placed throughout the facility butmust leave no marks or residue when removed.The North Ridge Pavilion and its attached veranda is asmoke-free facility.Alcohol in the form of beer, wine, and wine cooler typedrinks is allowed at the facility if it is given away to thoseover 21 years of age. An alcohol permit of $15 is required.Alcohol sales are not permitted, nor is hard liquor.Youth Non-Profit Facility UseNorth Ridge Pavilion may be used by youth non profitorganizations on Tuesday evenings . (Youth Non Profit asdefined by department policies). Each group may haveno more than 1 free reservation per month. Additionalrentals may be made Monday-Thursday by the group atthe weekday non profit rate. Check with the RecreationProgram Supervisor for the time frames when requestscan be made. A $25 deposit is required and can be keptfiled with the department for up to one year.Office Hours:Pavilion officeis open Tuesdays11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.and by appointmentTuesday afternoonsfor general viewingunless otherwisebooked for an event.248-175025


LibrarySummer ReadingPrograms 2009for all ages—infants through adultsSign-up begins at the Coralville Public LibraryTuesday, June 2, 5:00-6:30 p.m.Be Creative @ Your Libraryfor babies & toddlers (Wee Read)Programs Thursday mornings June and Julyfor pre-K - 4th gradersPrograms Tuesday (pre-K through K)and Wednesday (grades 1-4)for 5th - 6th gradersThursday afternoon activitiesMark your calendars for these special events:Monday, June 15, Jim Gill IN CONCERT ~A Family Event ~ 6:30Wednesday, July 15, Guest Author ClaudiaMcGehee ~ 1st-4th graders 1:00Thursday, July 16, Mad Science of Iowa ~5th/6th graders ~ 4:00Tuesday, July 21, Dan Wardell’s READINGROAD TRIP ~ 1:30 & 2:30Van Gogh to Your LibraryTeen program for 7th - 12th gradersMonday afternoon activities and special movieand game nights.Adult SummerReading ProgramThe 2009 Adult Summer Reading Program willrun for ten weeks, from June 2- August 11.Adults who read six books of their own choiceduring that time will be eligible for a prizedrawing. Prizes include gift certificates to bookstores,and other reading-related items. Registrationwill begin at the kickoff for all of oursummer reading programs on Tuesday, June 2from 5-6:30 at the library, and will be ongoingafter that.Watch the library website for more informationon programs for adults:www.coralvillepubliclibrary.orgIt’s a MysteryThis SummerThe It’s a Mystery group at the Coralville PublicLibrary is now in its fifteenth year. Join us atthe library this summer for a lively mystery discussion!We begin at 10 a.m. on the indicateddates, and everyone is welcome.May 13June 10July 8Aug. 5The Castlemaine Murders by KerryGreenwoodA Kiss Before Dying by Ira LevinIn the Woods by Tana FrenchGirl of His Dreams by Donna LeonSUMMER200926


Learn to SkateLearn To Skate at the Coral Ridge Ice ArenaAll lessons include one half hourof instruction, free skate rentalduring lessons, 8 free public skatepasses, and 3 free guest publicskate passes. These classes arebrought to you in cooperationwith the Coral Ridge Ice Arena.Register at the Coralville RecreationCenter. For more informationregarding class content, call theCoral Ridge Ice Arena at 354-7870.Parent & Tot: Age 2-4. This class introduces skating to parentsand their young children. Class price includes tot and oneparent/caregiverSnowplow Sam 1: Age 3 – 5. Learn skating through games andsongs. Skills learned are: sit and stand up off and on the ice,march, glide and dip.Basic 1: Age 6 and up. Learn to sit and stand up on the ice,march, glide, dip, forward swizzle, back wiggle, snowplowstop and rocking horse.May-June 2009 May 5 – June 23 May 9 – June 27 PRICE *TUESDAY SATURDAY (includes tax8 weeks ***7 weeks*** and USFS dues)Parent/Tot 5:15 p.m. 9700.200 10:15 a.m. 9700.201Tuesdays $98Snowplow Sam 1 5:45 9705.200 10:45 9705.201 Saturdays $87Basic 1 5:45 9710.200 10:15 9710.201July-Aug. 2009 June 30 – Aug. 18 July 11 - Aug. 22. TUESDAY SATURDAY PRICE (includes8 weeks 7 weeks tax and USFS dues)Parent/Tot 5:45 p.m. 9700.202 10:15 a.m. 9700.203Tuesdays $98Snowplow Sam 1 5:45 9705.202 10:15 9705.203 Saturdays $87Basic 1 5:15 9710.202 10:15 9710.203*Includes:group lessonsskate rental during lessons8 free practice admissions3 guest admissionsU.S.Figure Skating membership tax248-175027


Parkswww.coralville.org28SheltersShelter Reservations are taken March 1 – October1 at the Coralville Recreation Center.Prices are based on size of group, residencyand length of rental.S.T. Morrison Park1500 Block of 5th Street• Playground• Tennis Courts• 3 Youth Ball Diamonds• Sand Volleyball Court• Home of Music in the Park ConcertSeries• Small and Large Shelters• Fishing pondNorth Ridge ParkHoliday Road and Southridge Drive• North Ridge Pavilion• Playground• Small Shelters• Trails• Trail Hub• Fishing pondDovetail Recreation AreaOakdale Boulevard• Youth multi-purpose athletic field• Sand volleyball courts• Recreation trail• Fishing pondCentral Park501 6th Street• Small Picnic Shelter• Butterfly garden• TrailAuburn Hills Park601 Oakdale Boulevard• Trails• Playground• Gym and Community Room(Kate Wickham Elementary)Rotary Camp Park/Clear Creek Greenway22nd Avenue south of Highway 6• 103+ acre nature preserve area• Trail SystemKiddie Corral8th Street and 12th Avenue• Preschool Playground• Small Picnic ShelterEwalt ParkOld Highway 6• 10 acre water detention pond• Future Trails• Largely undevelopedEdgewater Park9th Street along the Iowa River• Edgewater CampgroundPlease Don’t Feed the DucksResidents and guests must not feed wildlife in anyCoralville park. City staff have been working withthe Iowa DNR to control duck and geese population.The ducks are in poor physiological condition due tothe type of food they have been fed by the public(popcorn, bread, doughnuts, potato chips, etc.) It ismuch better for the animals to locate their own naturalfood than to become dependent on an artificialsupply. Feeding wildlife creates nuisance situationswhich can lead to dangerous conditions for bothhumans and wildlife. For more information aboutour wildlife management practices, contact staff at248-1780.Great Garlic MustardChallengeThe Clear Creek Greenbelt is beautiful open spacepark land in Coralville, but it also has areas overrunwith garlic mustard. Garlic mustard is a non-nativeplant species that has no local natural controls. Theplant has spread at an alarming rate the past twodecades and is now degrading local woodlands bycrowding out native plants such as wildflowers,ferns, and tree seedlings, which in turn reduces thefood supply for woodland animals.Sign on to the Coralville Garlic Mustard Pull Challengeon Saturday, April 25 by calling 248-1750 orsend us an e-mail to recreation@ci.coralville.ia.us.We’ll meet at the gravel lot directly behind ComfortSuites, near the corner of James Street and 25thAvenue. Wear long sleeves and bring work gloves.SATURDAYDATEApril 25TIME9:00 a.m. - Noon


About UsWe Welcome Children...We welcome children and adults of all ages toour recreation facilities. For the safety andwell being of the children attending theRecreation Center and pools, we have set thefollowing supervision parameters:• Any child age seven (7) or younger mustbe directly supervised by an accompanyingadult (16 or over).• Any child age eight (8) through 4th grademust be accompanied by an adult in theRecreation Center area of the facility. Theadult may not be in the swimming poolarea at the times the child is in the recreationarea of the facility (or vice-versa).• Parents or responsible adults must accompanychildren to the pools until the child isseven (7) years of age and possesses proficientswimming ability to be on his or herown. Lifeguards may test child for his/herswimming ability.Gyms• TGIF Volleyball Friday, 6:00-8:30 p.m.Open play - rotate in.• Full Court Basketball Big GymMonday7:30-8:45 p.m.Mon./Wed./Fri.12:00-2:00 p.m.Two cross-court or full-court play allowed.• Mini Gym RentalsAvailable to rent Sunday 4:00-7:00 p.m., twotimes per month for a one hour time slot.Must reserve by team name and coach’sname.• Organized practices outside of CRC programsare not permitted unless duringrental agreement.• Gym calendars are provided at the front deskor on our web site for our open gym schedule.Open Gym PolicyOur open gym policy is designed to offer opengym time without structured team practices.The gym is available to everyone for shootingbaskets and other gym type activities. Duringthis time, half-court games are encouraged.One cross-court game is allowed, but twocross-court games or full-court games areallowed only during specified times (seeschedule above). Team practices are notallowed during open gym times.Shirt PolicyShirts are required to participate in recreation centeractivities with the exception of the aquatic area.“Skins” play is not allowed—shirts are required.Bring light and dark shirts for team distinction.Exercise RoomStationary and recumbent bike, stair climber,treadmills, elliptical, and Precor strength trainingsystem. Maximum of eight (8) patrons in the ExerciseRoom at one time. 30 minute time limit oneach piece of equipment.Drop-In: $1.5012-punch Punch Cards: $16.50Racquetball/Wallyball CourtCall 248-1750 to make a reservation. New Woodfloor!Court fee:Equipment Rental:$5 per hour$.25 for each pieceCity ServicesWhen you stop in to swim, play basketball, or registerfor a program, you can also purchase theseitems at the Recreation Center.Monthly Transit Passes $25Transit Punch Cards $15Annual Yard Waste Stickers $25Accommodationsfor DisabilitiesMany of our programs can accommodate personswith disabilities. If you need special accommodation,please contact us at least 48 hours prior to thestart of the program.Rental EquipmentWe rent the following equipment for your picnicfun:Volleyball kit (net, poles, ball)Picnic kit (variety of balls, frisbees)$10/day$10/dayThere is a $15 deposit required for rentals andequipment is due the next day by noon.248-175029


About UsOn Line RegistrationsYou can register for many of our programs online at www.coralville.org, 24 hours a day. Followthe directions provided by Active.com, our online service, step by step as it walks you throughclass registrations. You will receive e-mail confirmationof your enrollment when it is complete.Due to the popularity of programs such asPreschool and Levels 1-6 swim lessons, of programswhich require adult signatures or teamrosters to participate, those programs will not beoffered on line for registration.A 6.5% convenience fee, plus 50 cents with aminimum of $2.00, is charged by Active.com forusing the on line registration system. Active.comaccepts Mastercard or Visa.Scholarship AssistanceParticipant scholarships are available toCoralville youth for instructional programs.These scholarships are made available by serviceclubs and local businesses. Families arerequired to pay a minimum of 25% of the program’scost and the scholarship will cover theremaining balance. Inquire at the front desk foreligibility guidelines.Parks Go WirelessWireless connections in S.T.Morrison and North RidgePark bring new meaning tojust another day in thepark. Grab your laptop and enjoyan office with no walls, plenty of fresh air, and agreat place for the kids to play. During the summermonths, you can also grab a meal in S.T.Morrison Park at the Coralville CommunityAquatic Center.Room RentalsThe Coralville Recreation Center has 2 roomsavailable for public rentals in three-hour timeblocks. This includes set up and tear downtime. Fee and deposit is paid at time of reservation.A separate $15 deposit is required withrental and is returned after the room is inspectedat the conclusion of event. Additional servicessuch as swimming are not included in therental price. Those rentals that generate a profitwill pay a higher rental rate.Price per 3 Hours $35 res. $43.75 non-res. + $15refundable depositRentals prior to 3:30 p.m. M-F$15 for 3 hrs.Private After-HoursFacility RentalsWe’re ready to accommodate your familygathering, corporate party, or other groupswishing to entertain at the Coralville RecreationCenter. To talk about your event needs, call usat 248-1750.After Hours Rentals - 2 hoursRecreation Center $100 includes one staffIndoor Pool$150 includes two staffCenter and Pool $225After Hours Rentals - 3 hoursRecreation Center $150 includes one staffCenter and Pool $275 includes staff(includes two hours of pool)Overnight Rental$350 plus staff wages(includes two hours of pool)A non-refundable application fee of 1/3 the base isrequired for all rentals.Before and After School ProgramsThe Coralville Parks and Recreation Department operates four before and after school programs.Program Children Served LocationCamp Coralville South Kirkwood Elementary Coralville Rec CenterCamp Coralville North Central Elementary Community of ChristWickham ElementaryJames Van Allen James Van Allen Elementary James Van AllenKate Wickham Kate Wickham Elementary Kate Wickhamwww.coralville.org30All four programs are under the direction of full time Recreation Program Supervisors for thedepartment and employ college students with extensive experience and training to assist withfacilitation. For more information regarding the two Camp Coralville programs, contact AmyFaulkner. For James Van Allen, contact Erica Eichhorn. For Kate Wickham, contact Travis Mai. Allcan be reached at 248-1750.


RegistrationRegistration Information• In order to plan properly for the classes, all enrollments should be made a minimumof 48 hours in advance of the start of the program. The staff reserves the right to closeregistration within this 48 hour time period or after noted program deadline or toalter the program offered if is in the best interest of the participants. Classes whichdo not meet sufficient enrollment may be postponed or canceled. If a program iscancelled, participants will be contacted 48 hours in advance.• By applying for these recreation programs, each resident realizes the inherent risksinvolved in the program and appreciates the nature of these tasks. The applicantshold the City of Coralville harmless for any damage caused by participation in theseprograms. The City provides no medical insurance. Participants registering for activitiesof strenuous nature are encouraged to seek physician’s approval.• Registrants and participants permit the taking of photos and videotapes of themselvesand their children during city sponsored activities for publication and use, asthe Department deems necessary.• To encourage first time participation, as well as repeated participation, the CoralvilleParks and Recreation Department has a refund policy highlighted by a satisfactionguarantee. The policy covers all program, activities, and services. It is our desire toprovide quality services and exceed customer expectations. This policy does notapply to application fees which are required for facility usage, advanced trainingcourses, and care programs.• Credits are good for one year from date of issue.RegistrationBeginsApril 18See page 2Our mission is“To provide wholesomerecreation opportunitiesfor all people inCoralville and to plan,acquire, develop, andmaintain quality parksand meet communityleisure time needs.”City of Coralville Parks and Recreation1506 8th Street, Coralville, IA 52241ADULT (Last) (First) (MI)(Address)(City/State/Zip)(Telephone: Home) (Work) (Emergency)E-Mail AddressT-shirtActivity No. Participant’s Name Birthdate size Activity Name PriceVisa/MasterCard/Discover will be accepted for payment of recreation fees and passes. Price must be over $5 to processthe transaction.Type Card Number Bearer’s Name Expiration DateDo you need a special accommodation due to a disability to participate? ■ Yes ■ NoAre you interested in coaching? ■ Yes ■ No31


Music in the ParkS.T. Morrison Park6:30-8:00 p.m.Free music in a great location.What more can you ask for? Music in the Parkis back for another great summer. Bring theblankets and chairs, stop by the Farmer’s Marketor the HyVee grill and settle in for great localmusic at an even better price.June 4 Dogs on SkisJune 11 Mutiny in the ParlorJune 18 I.C. Community BandJune 25 Blue Cat AlleyJuly 16 Central Standard TimeJuly 23 Holiday RoadAugust 6 Burlington Street BluegrassBandune 28 The TornadoeAugust 9 B FBurt & The InstigatorsusbankP ARKS & RECREATIONLeisure Line1506 8th StreetCoralville, Iowa 52241319-248-1750FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREEFamily FunPark It at the MoviesMay 15Wall*E (G)Dovetail Recreation AreaJune 19Open Season (PG)S.T. Morrison ParkJuly 17Madagascar 2 (PG)North Ridge ParkAugust 21Get Smart (PG-13)Brown Deer Golf ClubSeptember 19Iron Man (PG-13)Coralville Creekside BallparkFree family fun. Blankets,lawn chairs and snacks welcome.Divots open for food and beverages.Movies start at dusk.COMMUNITYCREDIT UNIONFREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREE • FREEPRSRT STDU.S. PostagePAIDIowa City, IAPermit No. 61Postal Customer

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