Summer 2011 - Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

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Summer 2011 - Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

2011

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

Programs, Activities & Events

www.thprd.org

www.thprd.org

Includes

Summer

Camps


THPRD Park Patrol

What can we do for you?

Park District’s Security staff

keep facilities, parks and

natural areas safe

Patrolling a 50-square-mile park district

has its share of challenges. That’s

especially true during warmer weather

months when Oregonians are out and

about. But THPRD’s Security Operations

Department manages the task thanks

to its Park Patrol staff and careful

coordination with law enforcement

agencies and citizen and neighborhood

organizations.

THPRD’s four Park Patrol employees

are on duty seven days a week by

vehicle, bicycle and on foot. Their

primary role is to help ensure safety

and security for everyone who uses

the district’s parks and facilities.

They report and investigate incidents.

They also have the authority to write

exclusions of 30 to 180 days to

individuals who violate district rules and

regulations.

“We strongly encourage people to call

Park Patrol (971/246-0169) if they have

a concern about something they see

happening on Park District property,”

said Mike Janin, Security Operations

superintendent and former longtime

Beaverton police offi cer. “We have the

Hours of operation

June 15-Sept. 1: 8 a.m.-midnight

Sept. 1-June 15: 8:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m.

ability to react swiftly and to assess the

situation. We are well connected with

law enforcement if that is needed, but

most of the time we are able to resolve

situations on our own.”

In addition to the Beaverton Police

Department and the Washington County

Sheriff’s Offi ce, Park Patrol

works closely with the

Beaverton School District,

Portland Community College

– Rock Creek Campus,

Washington County Animal

Control, and Tualatin Valley

Fire & Rescue.

Park Patrol also coordinates

with citizen Park Watch

volunteers, neighborhood

To call Park Patrol:

971/246-0169

Basic park rules

Parks are closed dusk to dawn.

• Alcoholic beverages are prohibited, except by permit.

• Camping activities or open fi res are prohibited.

• Dogs must be on leash.

• Dog waste must be removed from the park.

• Golfi ng activities are prohibited.

• Littering or dumping of refuse is prohibited.

• Motorized vehicles are prohibited except in

designated parking areas.

association committees, and citizen

participation organizations. To learn

more about Park Watch, call Janin at

503/466-8370. You can fi le a Park

Watch report at

www.thprd.org by clicking the green

Park Watch button on the lower, lefthand

side of the home page.

While more serious criminal activity

should always be reported to police

via 9-1-1, the list of issues Park Patrol

regularly handles on its own is extensive.

These include unauthorized vehicles

in parks, dogs off leash, vandalism,

dumping, unauthorized camping, noise,

people in parks after hours, lost children,

and illegal use of alcohol in parks.

Park Patrol employees watch over

24 THPRD buildings, more than 200

parks, and hundreds of athletic fi elds

and courts. Along with the district’s

Natural Resources Department, they also

monitor 60 miles of trails and 1,300

acres of natural areas.

During the 2009-10 fi scal year, Park

Patrol conducted more than 13,000

security checks of parks, investigated

673 cases of dogs off leash, and

assisted local law enforcement agencies

120 times. A lot of that activity happens

in summer.

“It’s our busiest time,” Janin said, “but

it’s also our most enjoyable time. We

really look forward to doing our part to

keep our parks and facilities safe for

everyone.”


Sunshine is always a welcome sight in western

Oregon, so it’s with eager anticipation that we

embrace the summer of 2011 at the Tualatin

Hills Park & Recreation District.

Our sixth annual Party in the Park is slated

for Saturday, July 30, at the HMT Recreation

Complex (158th and Walker Road). It’s our

biggest community event of the year, featuring

numerous activities for children, a classic car

show, music, food, entertainment, a Beaverton

Police Department K-9 unit demonstration,

games, information booths, and much more

(more details on back cover).

THPRD is coming off its most popular Summer

Concerts and Theater in the Park series ever

in 2010, and this year promises to be even

better with eight concerts and two theater

performances scheduled.

Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center will

host the Junk in the Trunk community garage

sale on Saturday, July 16 (page 134), and the

always popular Big Truck Day on Saturday,

Aug. 13 (page 134).

Garden Home Recreation Center is the spot for

Spot on Saturday, Aug. 6, with the Bow Wow

Bash, celebrating man’s best friend (page 177).

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation

District es un distrito especial

formado por un grupo de

ciudadaños en 1955 y es uno

de los distritos de parques

recreación más grandes en el

estado de Oregon. El distrito está

gobernado por cinco directores y

un administrador profesional.

La meta del THPRD es

proporcionar recreación durante

todo el año, y dar la oportunidad

a todos los ciudadaños de todas

las edades de participar.

Welcome to THPRD!

Find a Facility

How to use this guide

Find an Activity Register

Use the table of contents

on this page or the map on

the following pages to fi nd a

facility. Each facility has its

own section and is designated

by a background color you can

see from the edge.

Use the table of contents on

this page or the fi rst page of

each facility section to locate

an activity. If the class you

are looking for is not available,

see the index at the end of the

activities guide to fi nd a similar

class or activity session at other

locations.

Servicios en Español

THPRD ofrece programas, clases,

deportes, parques y centros de

natación para toda la comunidad.

Por ejemplo: Aloha Swim Center

(uno de los seis centros de

natación), ligas de fútbol, otros

deportes para niños y adultos,

gimnasio para levantar pesas,

canchas de baloncesto, etc.

Actualmente nuestros servicios en

español son limitados. Estamos

planeando mejorar nuestros

servicios para todas las culturas.

Cedar Hills Recreation Center will offer its

unique Group Fitness Launch on Saturday, June

11. This is a great opportunity to take a free

sample of the center’s outstanding selection

of Bodypump, Bodycombat, Zumba and Family

Zumba classes, while touring the facility and

meeting the instructors (page 104).

The Tualatin Hills Nature Park Interpretive

Center and Cooper Mountain Nature Park are

both alive with activity each summer, including

the Green Gardening Fair and Native Plant

Sale on Saturday, April 30, and Bug Fest on

Saturday, Aug. 27 (page 189).

Don’t forget: If you want to participate,

you need to register. Our registration form,

residency form and Family Assistance Program

application are located on pages 216-218.

While you can register by phone, by mail,

by fax or in person (see page 4 for more

information), our website, www.thprd.org, is a

more convenient option than ever before. The

full summer guide is available online.

Note: Online and phone registration for indistrict

residents will start at the same time (8

a.m. on Saturday, April 16).

Once you have selected a class,

you can register online, by

phone, in person, by mail, or by

fax. See page 4 for step-by-step

information. You must have a

THPRD residency card to register

for classes (details also on page

4).

Para nuestra comunidad

hispana, la información acerca

de la registración para nuestros

programas, clases y otros

servicios está disponible en

nuestra ofi cina principal de

THPRD 15707 SW Walk er Road,

Beaverton, OR 97006.

Si usted habla español e inglés y

quiere participar como voluntario,

su ayuda será muy valiosa para

nosotros.

THPRD’s Mission

The mission of the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District is to provide high-quality park and recreation

facilities, programs, services and natural areas that meet the needs of the diverse communities it serves.

Table of Contents

THPRD Facilities & Map ..............2-3

Registration at THPRD .................. 4

Drop-in & Admission Fees ............. 6

Family Assistance ........................ 7

Summer Camps .....................11-47

Registration Forms ............ 216-217

Emergency Contact Forms ... 219-220

Index ................................ 221-224

GM’s Message & Board of

Directors ............ Inside Back Cover

Aquatics

General Information .................... 48-50

Aloha Swim Center .................... 51-56

Beaverton Swim Center .............. 57-61

Conestoga Recreation &

Aquatic Center ........................ 62-67

Harman Swim Center ................. 68-72

Raleigh Swim Center .................. 73-75

Somerset West Swim Center ....... 76-79

Sunset Swim Center................... 80-83

Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center ....... 84-88

Recreation Center

Athletic Center ........................ 89-103

Cedar Hills Recreation Center .. 104-122

Conestoga Recreation &

Aquatic Center .................... 123-142

Elsie Stuhr Center .................. 143-157

Garden Home Recreation

Center ............................... 158-182

Tualatin Hills Tennis Center ..... 203-215

Nature Programs

Cooper Mountain Nature

Park ................................... 195-197

Natural Resources .................. 187-188

Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Interpretive Center ............... 189-194

Trails Committee Report ................198

Historic Facilities

Jenkins Estate &

Fanno Farmhouse ................ 183-186

Other

Bond Measure Update .......................8

Tualatin Hills Park Foundation .............9

Volunteering at THPRD ....................10

Sports Leagues ...................... 100-103

Specialized Recreation ............ 199-202

We strive to produce the most

accurate up-to-date activities

guide possible. However, some

program information may have

changed since this guide went

to print.

NOTE: Photos taken at events

and during programs may be

used by the Park District for

promotional pur pos es.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Summer 2011 Activities Guide www.thprd.org

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TUALATIN HILLS PARK & RECREATION DISTRICT

2

KAISER

SPRINGVILLE

PCC

Recreation

Facility

Kaiser

Ben Taennler Woods

Graf Pines Park Bethany

Park

Springville Meadows Park

Meadows

Terrace

Bethany Meadows Park

13

NW Park

Emerald

Estates

Park

Deerfield II

Park

College

Park

185TH

Morgans

Run Park

WEST UNION

Rock Creek

Landing Park

Adams

Acres

Park

Bannister

Creek Park

SUNSET

Quarry

Pond

Park

Bethany

Crest Park

Serah

Lindsay

Estates

Park

Deerfield

Park

Northshore

Estate

Bethany

Lake Park

Rock Creek

Powerline

Soccer Fields

Rock Creek

Powerline Trail

Allenbach

Acres

Park

Y

HWY (26)

NE

Neighborhood

Park

Beaverton Powerline

Trail Corridor

N

KAISER

A

Kaiser

Ridge

H

T

E

West Union

Estates Park

Stoller

Farms

Park

George W.

Otten Park

Waterhouse

Powerline Trail

Rock Creek

North Soccer Fields

Rock

Creek

Park

Park

B

Bronson Creek

Trail Corridor

THOMPSON

WEST

15

EVERGREEN

John

Marty

Park

Bonny

Slope

Park

Bethany

Wetlands

Park

Somerset

Meadows

Park

Somerset

West Swim

Center/Park

UNION

Tokola

Wetlands

Spyglass

Park

CORNELIUS PASS

The Bluffs Park

Crystal

Creek

Park

CORNELL

Bronson

Creek Park

Terra

Linda

Park

Lost

Park

Burton

Park

White

Fox

Park

Skyview

Park

Jordan

Park

185TH

CORNELL

Cedar Mill

Woods Park

CORNELL

Jackie

Husen

Park

Cedar

Mill Park

16

SUNSET

WALKER

Roger Tilbury

Memorial Park

Sunset

Swim

Center/

Park

John Quincy

Adams Young

House/Park

HWY (26)

Foege

Park

Willamette Ridge

(Teufel Property)

Pioneer

Park

H

Mitchell

Park

Five

Oaks

Tennis

Courts

Autumn

Ridge Park

Winthrop Willow Creek

Park

Nature Park

Apollo Moshofsky

Ridge Park Woods

Bluegrass

Downs Park

Waterhouse

Waterhouse

Rose

Powerline Park

Garden

Roxie's

1

Place

Park Stonegate

Park

H.M.

Terpenning

Recreation

Complex

T

BARNES

8

5

1

Salix

Park

Merritt

Orchard

Park

Waterhouse

South

Park

BASELINE

Peppertree

Park

Meadow Park

Tennis Courts

Parr

Park

Peterkort

Property

WALKER

Steele

Park

Willow

Creek

Park

BASELINE

Arleda

Park

Chantal

Village

Park

BARNES

Forest

Hills Park

Foothills

Park

Commonwealth

Lake Park

Wanda L.

Peck

Memorial

Park

Whispering

Woods Park

MURRAY

TVWD

Athletic

Fields

Crowell

Court Park

Cedar Hills

Recreation

Center

4

JENKINS

Pheasant Park

BLVD

West

Sylvan

Park

Ridgewood

Park Wooded

Ravine

Ridgewood

Park

View Park Reservoir

Park

Vendla

Alohawood Park

Roxbury

Park

Cedar

Hills

Park

West

Slope

Park

185TH

CANYON

CEDAR HILLS

Tualatin Hills

Nature Park

170TH

Scott's

Place

Park

Melilah

Park

Elizabeth

Meadows

Park

C.E.

Mason

Wetlands

Center

Street

TUALATIN VALLEY HWY (8)

14

WALKER

Park

12

Center Street

Park Addition

Raleigh Swim

Center/Park

Beaverton Creek

Wetlands Willow

Park

Barsotti

Park

Arnold

Park

2

Raleighwood

Park

BEAVERTON HILLSDALE

A.M.

Kennedy

Park

3

FARMINGTON

Twin

Cedars

Park

Aloha

Swim

Center

Griffith

Park

FERRY

209TH

N

R

E

T

MURRAY

Butternut

Park

McMillan

Park

Raleigh

Scholls

Park

Bauman

Park

Little

Peoples

Park

Lilly K.

Johnson

Park

Fifth

Street

Park

Deline

Park

198TH

S

Mountain

View Tennis

Courts

Bales

Wetlands

E

Beaverton

Swim Center

Beaverton

Tennis

Courts

Memorial 7

Park Elsie

Stuhr

Center

Eichler

Park

W

HWY

Schiffler

Park

Brookview

Park

Roy

Dancer

Park

Schuepbach

Park

THPRD

Annex

Rosa

Park

H

T

SW

Community

Park

ON

ALLEN

Valley

Park

0

Lawndale

Park

Cooper

Park

Valley

West

Park

Mt.

Williams

7

1

Hazeldale


Annex

Dancer

Park

H

T

SW

Community

Park

OLESON

ALLEN

0

Cooper

Park

Valley

West

Park

Valley

Park

Mt.

Williams

Park

Thornbrook

Park

Burntwood West

7

1

Hazeldale

Park

Wonderland

Park

Fir Grove

Park

Channing

Heights

Mini-Park

217

Upper Park

Tallac

Terrace Burntwood

Park West Park

Burnsridge

Park

Brookhaven

Park

Hideaway

Park

SCHOLLS

DENNEY

Highland Park

Tennis Courts

Fanno Creek Trail

Vista

Brook

Park

10

Hartwood

Hylands

Park

BANY

Granada

Park

9

Holland

Park

Taliesen

Park

Lowami

Hart Woods

Park

HART

Burntwood

Powerline

Park

Garden Home

Recreation

Center

Harman

Swim

Center

Camille

Park

Ridgecrest

Park

Fanno

Creek

Park

Carolwood

Park

Stonemist

Park

RIGERT

Northridge

Park

11

FARMINGTON

HALL

Wake

Robin

Vale

Park

Hart

Meadows

Park

Jenkins

Estate

Garden

Home

Park Moonshadow

Park

Park

Meadow

Waye

Summercrest

Park

Hyland

Forest

Park

Fanno

Farmhouse

Koll Center

Wetlands

8

Wildwood

Mini-Park

Sexton

Mountain

Park

Matrix

Hill

Park

Summercrest

West Park

BROCKMAN

Madrona

Heights

Park

Florence

Pointe

Park

Taylors

Creek

Park

Greenway

Park

Hiteon

Park

GREENBURG

HWY

217

H

MURRAY

Morrison

Woods

Park

6

Unnamed

Park

Satterberg

Heights

Park

Aspen Beacon

Crest Hill

Park Park

Shaughnessey

Woods Park

Shadow

Creek

Park

175TH

T

5

WEIR

SCHOLLSFERRY

2

Conestoga

Recreation &

Aquatic Center

Buckskin

Mini-

Park

Wildhorse

Mini-

Park

5

1

Winkelman

Park

Conestoga

Tennis

Courts

Forest

Glen

Park

Cooper Mountain

Nature Park

Murrayhill

Powerline

Park

LEGEND

Hiteon

Meadows

Park

CLARK HILL

Murrayhill

Park

Park District Boundary

Parks

Light Rail Stop

Light Rail Line

N

Scholls

Wetlands

Progress

Lake Barrows

Park

David's

Windsor

Park

Map Facility .................................................. Page Map Facility .................................................. Page Map Facility .................................................. Page

11 Jenkins Estate/Camp Rivendale .................... 183

8005 SW Grabhorn Road

Aloha, 97007

503/629-6355

5 Cooper Mountain Nature Park ...................... 195

18892 SW Kemmer Road

Beaverton, 97007

503/629-6350

12 Nature Park & Interpretive Center ................. 189

15655 SW Millikan Way

Beaverton, 97006

503/629-6350

TriMet MAX Blue Line

6 Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center ....... 123

9985 SW 125th Ave.

Beaverton, 97008

503/629-6313 TriMet #62, 92

13 PCC Rock Creek Recreation Facility

17705 NW Springville Road

Portland, 97229

503/645-6433 TriMet #52, 67

7 Elsie Stuhr Center ...................................... 143

5550 SW Hall Blvd.

Beaverton, 97005

503/629-6342 TriMet #76, 78

1 Howard M. Terpenning (HMT) Recreation Complex

15707 SW Walker Road

Beaverton, 97006 TriMet #59, 67

Administration Offi ce

503/645-6433

Tualatin Hills Athletic Center ......................... 89

503/629-6330

Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center (50-meter pool) ... 84

503/629-6310

Tualatin Hills Tennis Center ......................... 203

503/629-6331

Maintenance Operations

503/629-6360

14 Raleigh Swim Center (summer only) ................ 73

3500 SW 78th Ave.

Portland, 97225

503/297-6888 TriMet #58

8 Fanno Farmhouse ...................................... 183

8405 SW Creekside Pl.

Beaverton, 97005

503/629-6355 TriMet #76, 78

2 Aloha Swim Center ...................................... 51

18650 SW Kinnaman Road

Aloha, 97007

503/629-6311 TriMet #52, 57

15 Somerset West Swim Center (summer only) .... 76

18300 NW Parkview Blvd.

Portland, 97229

503/645-1413 TriMet #52, 89

9 Garden Home Recreation Center ................. 158

7475 SW Oleson Road

Portland, 97223

503/629-6341 TriMet #45

3 Beaverton Swim Center ................................ 57

12850 SW Third St.

Beaverton, 97005

503/629-6312 TriMet #52, 76, 78

16 Sunset Swim Center .................................... 80

13707 NW Science Park Dr.

Portland, 97229

503/629-6315 TriMet #62, 8916

10 Harman Swim Center .................................... 68

7300 SW Scholls Ferry Road

Beaverton, 97008

503/629-6314 TriMet #56

4 Cedar Hills Recreation Center ....................... 104

11640 SW Park Way

Portland, 97225

503/629-6340 TriMet #20, 59

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Registration is easy at THPRD

If you live in the district and have a current THPRD residency card, you can register:

By phone 503/439-9400

Phone registration begins Saturday, April 16,

from 8 am-6 pm and Sunday, April 17,

noon-4 pm. It continues Monday-Friday,

April 18-22, 8:30 am-6 pm. After April 22 call

any THPRD center. Credit card or THPRD gift

card payment is preferred.

Online registration starts at 8 am

on April 16 – same as phone registration!

Online

Online registration begins Saturday, April 16,

at 8 am. You can register 24 hours a day,

seven days a week. Just visit www.thprd.

org/activities. You must use a credit card or

gift card to register.

By mail

Mail-in registrations are processed beginning

Monday, April 18. Send your completed

registration form (page 216) to:

Registration Desk, 15707 SW Walker Road,

Beaverton, OR 97006.

By fax

Faxed registrations are processed weekdays

during business hours beginning Monday,

April 18. Fax your completed registration

form (page 216) to 503/629-6302. You

must use a credit card to register by fax.

In person

You can register in person beginning

Monday, April 18, at any THPRD facility.

La línea de registración en español estará disponible Sábado, Abril 16,

8 am - 6 pm. El número Especial de Registración en Español es 503/439-9400.

Para más información vayan al www.thprd.org

Summer Term:

June 20 - September 5

Is this your first time

registering at THPRD?

To take a class, you will fi rst need

to obtain a THPRD residency card.

Complete the registration form on

page 216 and bring it to any THPRD

facility along with proofs of residency

(Oregon driver’s license and one other

document that proves residency).

Once you receive your card, you can

register by phone, online, mail, fax or

in person. You can begin registering on

April 16.

Live outside the district?

Out-of-district residents are eligible

to use THPRD facilities by paying an

assessment fee of $70 per quarter

or $280 annually. They can register

using any of the methods available to

in-district residents after 8:30 am on

April 22.

Those individuals or households

paying the annual assessment fee

will receive in-district rates on THPRD

classes, programs, frequent user

passes and drop-in programs. This

applies to all facilities except Elsie

Stuhr Center and any special needs

programming throughout the district,

for which special rates apply. Please

see information about these individual

classes and programs to determine the

applicable fees.

To learn whether if your residence is

in or out-of-district, go to www.thprd.

org/activities/residencyinfo.cfm.

We accept MasterCard, Visa and Discover Card as well as checks, cash and THPRD gift cards.

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Online Instructions

Go to: www.thprd.org

Create an online account

Your user name is the same as your THPRD

residency card number. If you have a current

THPRD card you will be able to create your online

account. To obtain a THPRD residency card,

complete the registrant information form and

bring it to any THPRD facility with your current

Oregon driver’s license or DMV identifi cation card

and a second

piece of

identifi cation

as proof of

your residency

status (utility

bill, lease

agreement,

insurance card

or property tax

statement).

Staff will be

able to give

you a temporary card to use at that time.

Note: To avoid any confusion or frustrations, be

sure to verify all household information before

the start of any online registrations. Are all family

members listed? Are all ages correct? Is this your

current address and contact numbers? Has your

residency card expired? If your residency status

is out of district, are your assessment fees paid?

Stop by any THPRD facility to make any of the

needed updates to this information.

Once you have your THPRD residency card you

can create your online account and get your

password.

1. Log in to MyTHPRD

2. Click on “I’m New” to create your web

account.

3. Enter the required information and press the

“Create My Account” button.

A temporary password will be automatically

generated and e-mailed to your specifi ed e-mail

address. Use that password to initially login to

your account. On your fi rst login, the system will

ask you to change your temporary password to

protect your account.

I live out of district. Do I qualify for an

online account?

Yes. The registration process is the same for

THPRD residents and non-residents. However,

non-residents have a different registration starting

date each term and need to have their out-ofdistrict

assessment fees paid for the appropriate

term before the system will allow them access.

Currently, assessment fees need to be paid in

person at any THPRD facility or by telephone.

We hope to have an online assessment renewal

process available in the near future.

THPRD Online Registration Information

How do I pay my out-of-district

assessment online?

• Log in to MyTHPRD

• From your main registration portal page, click

“Assessment Status.”

• Select your desired assessment option by

clicking on the “Add to Cart” link.

• A check will appear before the chosen

option(s).

• Enter your payment information and click

“Complete Purchase.”

• If successful, you will be able to view/print

the assessment invoice.

MasterCard, Visa, and Discover will be accepted

for online registration.

Registering for a class

• Log in to MyTHPRD

• From your main registration portal page, click

“Class Search.”

• Search for the desired class(es) using the

various search features listed above.

• Check the “Add” box to add the desired class

to your registration basket.

• Click “Register”

• For each class,

choose the

appropriate

household

member(s) that you

wish to enroll.

• Click “Proceed to

Checkout”

• On the class

registration

summary page,

you will be able to

review all selected

registrations. If you

wish to remove

any class from

your registration

basket, click on the shopping cart. This will

remove the class and recalculate the amount

due.

• Enter payment information.

• Read and agree to the district’s refund policy.

• Click “Checkout” to complete your

registration. If your transaction is successful,

a receipt will open. If you wish, you can print

a copy for your records. Invoices are always

available on your MyTHPRD main page, under

“Invoice History.”

If I do not know the activity/class code,

how do I search?

To search for a class: Go to Programs & Activities

-> Class Programs -> Activity/Class Search.

• Use Quick Search: Enter Class # or multiple

class numbers (separated by a comma) and

click “Find Class By Number” button OR

• Use Search By Category link OR

• Use Detailed Activities/Class Search to select

specifi c criteria to search on.

1. Search by keyword(s) or class title. This will

return a listing of all classes that have these

words anywhere in the class title or class

description fi elds.

2. Search by facility. Browse class offerings for a

specifi c facility. To browse multiple facilities,

press and hold the ctrl-key while selecting

appropriate facilities.

3. Search by a specifi c instructor.

4. Search by the time of day: morning - afternoon

- evening.

5. Search by day of the week.

6. Search by participant’s age. If you are looking

for classes that several children can take

together, choose the correct age of each child

(up to three patrons).

Use any combination of these detailed search

features to narrow your search.

How do I know I am enrolled in my

selected classes?

Class enrollments are not guaranteed until

the completion of the checkout process and a

receipt has been created. When you submit your

registrations, the system will verify all of your

selections to confi rm that space is still available.

If a class or program fi lls before you checkout, the

system will place you on a wait list and note that

on your receipt. You will not be charged for any

waitlisted classes.

For technical support regarding online

registration, e-mail us by going to www.

thprd.org, scrolling down to the bottom of

the page, and clicking on “Web Support.”

You may also call our Administration Offi ce at

503/645-6433, Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm.

Registration for programs at

Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Out-of-district patrons will be able

to register for programs at Cooper

Mountain Nature Park at the in-district

fee rate. You will need to obtain a

THPRD residency card, at no extra

charge, before registration begins.

Registration for both in-district and outof-district

patrons will begin Saturday,

January 8. Please see page 4 for more

information. This special out-of-district

fee exception is valid for Cooper

Mountain programs only.

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General Ad mis sions

Youth (17 yrs & under) $2.50

Adults (18-54 yrs) $3.50

Seniors (55+ yrs) $2.50

Household $10

Drop-in Programs & Daily Ad mis sions

In-district Residents

Frequent User Passes

Passes are good for both recreation and aquatic drop-in programs.

No refunds or transfers.

Annual 6 Months 3 Months 1 Month

Individual $180 $107 $61.25 $24.50

2-Person Household $277 $162 $92 $36.75

Household $368 $217 $122.50 $49

Individual Senior* $135 $81 $45.75 $18

Senior Couples* $208 $123 $69.50 $27.75

*Senior discounts for in-district residents only.

Specialty Drop-in Fitness

20-visit Fitness Passes**

Aquatic Fitness Pass $60 - Senior $45

Combined Aquatic/Recreation Fitness

Pass $105

**Fitness passes expire one year after the

date of purchase

General Fitness (BodyPump, Gentle-Paced Aerobics, etc.) $5.50 $4.25

Specialty (Fitness Yoga, Pilates Nia, etc.) $9 $6.75

90-minute (Yoga I, Yoga I/II, Yoga II, etc.) $13.50 $10

Aquatic (Aquarobics, Deep-Water Aquarobics, Preg. Fitness, etc.) $4.25 $3.25

Out-of-district residents must pay an assessment fee to buy a Frequent User Pass or register for classes (see

page 4). Drop-in fees for out-of-district participants are triple without a paid assessment.

Full or Canceled Classes

All programs operate with

a minimum enrollment

requirement and maximum

enrollment capacities. The

district reserves the right to

cancel, change or combine

programs when the minimum

class enrollment has not been

met.

Waiting Lists

Once a class is fi lled, a waiting

list will be created. You will be

called if an opening becomes

available or if additional classes

have been created. Note: If

additional classes are created,

they may not be at the same

time or day as the waiting list

class.

Senior Discounts

A 25 percent discount is

available at all in-district

facilities for citizens 55 years

and older, except at the Stuhr

Center, where a discount is

already included in the price.

Cancellations, refunds and discounts

Refunds (effective 1/1/2011)

It is the policy of Tualatin Hills

Park & Recreation District to

refund monies collected for

services, whether initiated by

the district or the participant, in

a timely manner.

All district programs operate

with a minimum enrollment

requirement, as well as

maximum enrollment capacities.

The district reserves the right

to cancel, change or combine

programs when minimum class

enrollment has not been met.

When the district cancels

or postpones a class, or the

participant requests to drop or

change a class at least 48 hours

before the fi rst class meeting,

the total fee will be credited in

the participant’s Park District

registration account.

When the participant requests

to drop or change a class

less than 48 hours before the

fi rst class meeting (or after),

no credit will be applied in

the participant’s Park District

registration account.

Requests to drop or change oneday

programs, classes, or trips

must be made at least 48 hours

prior to the date of the program.

No credit will be applied in

the participant’s Park District

registration account with less

than 48 hours notice.

If, because of vendor

cancellation requirements, a

longer refund request period is

necessary, it will be so noted in

the class description, activities

guide and on the patron invoice.

No credit will be applied in

the participant’s Park District

registration account with less

than the required notice.

Requests to drop or change a

camp program must be made

at least two weeks (14 days)

prior to the start of the camp.

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Adult

14+

Senior

55+

No credit will be applied in

the participant’s Park District

registration account with less

than two weeks (14 days)

notice. Camp deposits are not

refundable, and no credit will be

applied in the participant’s Park

District registration account.

Credits in the registration

system may be used for class

registration at any facility.

However, all credits of more

than $2 will be refunded on the

next available cycle. Cycles

will run three times per week,

adjusting for holidays. Credits

of $2 or less will remain in

the registration system. Full

refunds will be processed by the

method of payment used.

Credit card transactions will be

refunded by check, should the

amounts differ from the original

registration invoice (proration,

partial amount, etc.).


THPRD established its Family Assistance Program

to ensure that no Park District resident is denied a

recreation opportunity purely due to fi nancial limitations.

To qualify for Family Assistance, you must live within

the Park District, your head of household must have

a valid THPRD residency card, and household income

must meet the Beaverton School District free lunch

guidelines. You may apply at any time. If approved,

you will receive fee waivers that can be used when you

register for THPRD classes and programs for one full

Family Assistance Program

District Safety Rules

We want to help keep you and your children safe and comfortable,

so thank you for cooperating with these rules. If your family

plans to use swimming pool, please be sure to read the aquatics

information on pages 11-13.

For Everyone

We reserve the right to exclude from activities any person who

displays aggressive or unacceptable behavior or risks injury to

himself/herself or someone else.

For Children

• When you drop off or pick up your child, make sure staff

knows that your child is arriving or leaving.

• If you are not present when an activity ends, staff will take

your child to a supervised area and call you if possible. If

we cannot reach you, but we have alternate or emergency

contacts, we will call them. If we cannot reach you in 30

minutes, staff will call the police/sheriff non-emergency

number.

• If your child is under age 7 and is taking a swim class or

participating in a pool activity, you (or someone at least 15

years of age who is designated by you) must stay with the

child on the premises and in the water from the beginning until

the end of the class or activity.

• If your child is ages 7-10 and is taking a swim class or

participating in a pool activity, you (or someone at least 15

year from the date

of approval.

You may use

these waivers for

THPRD classes

and programs

as well as

summer camps

and affi liated

sports leagues.

Registration

occurs at certain

times of the

year so please

plan accordingly.

Unused funds at

the end of the

12-month period will be purged and you will have the

opportunity to reapply for the next 12 months.

For complete program information, see

www.thprd.org or call the Administration Offi ce at

503/645-6433. The Family Assistance application form

is located on page 226.

years of age who is designated by you) must visually supervise

the child from the

beginning until the end

of the class or activity;

please pick up the child

from the pool deck.

• If your child is under

age 10 and is taking a

class, you (or someone

designated by you) must

walk the child into the

building.

• If your child is under age

10 and is in a drop-in program, you (or someone designated by

you) must accompany the child or be able to see the child at all

times.

• If your child is participating in a camp or after-school program,

please be sure to:

� Complete the sign-in/sign-out process every day. Write

comments in the daily log about anything unusual (for

instance, an early pick up).

� Designate the people who can pick your child up in writing

and tell them they will have to show photo ID to staff.

� Tell staff if your child will be car pooling with others in the

class.

� Tell staff if a different person will pick up your child.

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Conestoga

Two major building expansion

projects funded by the 2008 bond

measure will begin this spring as

the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation

District launches construction

at the Conestoga Recreation &

Aquatic Center and the Elsie Stuhr

Center.

These expansions will bring major

changes for the public to enjoy at

both facilities. Here’s a quick look

at the projects, cost involved, and

timeline:

Conestoga: THPRD’s only dual

recreation and aquatic facility

at 9985 SW 125th Ave. in

Beaverton will receive a $5

million (total project cost) addition

and remodel, highlighted by the

district’s fi rst-ever outdoor splash

pad. The splash pad will include

approximately 20 water features,

a waterfall, a trellis with seating,

restroom, and landscaping. The

pad will serve as an outdoor plaza

in the offseason.

The land around the northwest

side of the building will be leveled

to improve drainage and provide

space for a patio with outdoor seating and trees for shade.

A new fi tness/classroom addition will be built on the

location of the old playground, which will be relocated.

Bond Measure Update

Conestoga to make a splash in 2011

Bond measure work will also begin on Elsie Stuhr Center

Splash pads come in many varieties, such as this

site in Medford, Oregon, but in one way, they are

all alike: children love them!

Stuhr Center fi tness room before project begins.

Want to win a $20 gift card?

The addition will quadruple the

size of the current workout area.

A multi-media classroom will be

installed with doors that open on

to a repaved outdoor basketball

court. Two ADA-accessible family

changing rooms will be added.

Finally, a new women’s locker

room addition will be built, doubling

the size of the current area, and the

men’s locker room will be doubled

as well.

The project should begin in the

spring of 2011 and wrap up in the

spring of 2012.

Stuhr Center

THPRD’s recreation facility for

adults 55 and better on 5550 SW

Hall Blvd. in Beaverton will receive

a 2,200-square-foot addition to

the west side of the building.

The new fi tness room and lobby

addition will allow the center to

reconfi gure classrooms for a more

organized and functional layout.

The $1.9 million project includes

replacing the roof as a major

part of the seismic upgrades.

Construction should begin in

spring 2011 and wrap up in January of 2012.

See www.thprd.org/bondprojects for info on any THPRD

bond project.

Read General Manager Doug Menke’s message on the inside back cover of this activities guide to learn the answer to

this question: When will the community garden at Southminster Presbyterian Church be available to the public?

E-mail your answer to generalmanager@thprd.org by May 31. You will be entered in a drawing for a $20 THPRD gift

card that be used at any of our facilities for a class, pass, drop-in activity, tennis reservation or assessment.

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Champions Too Field

Portland Timbers to Donate to Foundation

Our Foundation Development Director, Bob Schulz, has worked

with THPRD General Manager Doug Menke to complete a 10-year

partnership with the Portland Timbers that is highlighted by the

construction of a comprehensive training facility – the adidas Timbers

Training Center – for the Major League Soccer club. The facility,

located on THPRD property off 112th Avenue near Highway 217,

will include a new natural grass fi eld to be used by the Timbers and a

synthetic turf fi eld designated almost exclusively for public use.

As part of the public/private partnership with THPRD, the Timbers

will make an annual donation to the Tualatin Hills Park Foundation

and will conduct a series of annual youth soccer camps and coaching

clinics at the training center. For more details on this partnership, go

to www.thprd.org.

We’re here for you!

• You can share in the anticipation of our proposed Champions Too Field, a facility specially designed to provide the

thrill of athletic competition to those with developmental and physical challenges.

• You can be assured that, with the help of the Park Foundation, special attention is being devoted to make sure that

your friends, family members and all persons with developmental and physical disabilities and special needs can fully

enjoy our award-winning park and recreation district.

You can help ensure that all children get the chance to participate in

the wonderful programs at Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District.

As our economy in Oregon continues to struggle, families are facing

tough choices on where to spend their hard earned money. In

many cases, this means that children don’t get the opportunity to

participate in programs that will help them become more successful,

Who Should Play?

Photo courtesy of Portland Timbers

happy and healthy. At the Tualatin Hills Park Foundation, we believe

everyone deserves the right to participate and we know you feel the

same way. Your donation will ensure that a child can play. Please

send your check or visit our website (www.thpf.org) to donate

online, so families who need our help don’t have to ask the question,

“Who Should Play?”

Our mission is to develop resources to ensure access to recreation for all Park District residents.

We envision a community where everyone’s life is enriched through recreation.

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Volunteer Age: 12+

Summer Youth Volunteer Opportunities

(Must have completed the 6th grade by June 30, 2011)

Cedar Hills Safety Town Camp

Responsible volunteers are needed to lead a variety of activities

that are designed to teach children 4-6 years of age how to be safe

while having lots of fun.

Volunteers gain valuable work experience while developing

leadership skills and completing community service hours.

Volunteers must attend a training session June 17 and make a twoweek

commitment.

Dates: June 20-July 1, July 11-July 22, July 25-Aug 5

Times: Check in at 8:30 am and check out at 3 pm.

To receive more information or an application contact Cedar Hills

Recreation Center at 503/629-6340 or visit www.thprd.org/about/

volunteer/lite.cfm.

Volunteer Age: 14-17

Leaders In Training Experience (Lite)

LITE is a volunteer program in which teens develop the necessary

leadership and communication skills to volunteer at the Tualatin

Hills Park & Recreation District’s summer camps. The online

application process opens March 1 and closes April 1 (or earlier if

program capacity is reached).

To apply online or download an information packet visit,

www.thprd.org/about/volunteer/lite.cfm or contact Debra Fife at

503/645-6433 or volunteer@thprd.org.

Volunteer Age: 12-15

Junior Lifeguard Program

Junior Lifeguards teaches youth the information and skills a

professional lifeguard. They will be introduced to rescue techniques

and general fi rst aid & CPR skills. Participants will also gain handson

experience in guarding open swims and teaching swimming

lessons to kids alongside professional staff.

To become a volunteer Junior Lifeguard, all applicants must be

12-15 years of age; successfully pass a Junior Lifeguard class at

a THPRD swim center; and commit to a minimum of 40 hours of

volunteer time upon successful completion of the training.

Classes are held at these THPRD facilities: Harman Swim Center,

Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center and Sunset Swim Center.

Volunteer Age: 16+

Special Event Volunteer Team

Responsible, enthusiastic volunteers are needed to help bring

fun and festivities to a variety of special events held at parks

throughout the district.

Volunteers help staff with activities include infl ating and distributing

balloons, taking surveys, face painting and more.

Date/time: Various dates between July 7-August 13.

Commitment: 2-3 hours per event and a minimum of three events.

To request more information please e-mail volunteer@thprd.org or

call Debra Fife, coordinator of volunteer services and special events,

at 503/645-6433.

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Ages 4-6 years 7-8 years 9-10 years 11-12 years 13-14 years

Week 1

6/20-6/24

Week 2

6/27-7/1

Week 3

7/5-7/8

Week 4

7/11-7/15

Week 5

7/18-7/22

Week 6

7/25-7/29

Week 7

8/1-8/5

Week 8

8/8-8/12

Week 9

8/15-8/19

Week 10

8/22-8/26

Week 11

8/29-9/1

Cedar Hills Recreation Center 503/629-6340

Summer Camps at a Glance

Dance Camp•

Home-run Sports*

Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Dance Camp

Home-run Sports* Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Home-run Sports* Camp Cedar Hills

Sports Development Camp

Camp Funshine

Cultural Martial Arts Camp

Up, Up and Away!

Home-run Sports*

Camp Funshine

Me & My Doll Camp

Camp Funshine

Camp Cedar Hills

“Settlin Days” Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Me & My Doll Camp

“Settlin Days” Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Funshine Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Dudes Hanging Out Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Funshine Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Sports Development Camp

Camp Funshine

Creative Zone•

Camp Funshine

Dance Camp•

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Funshine

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Creative Zone•

Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Funshine

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Funshine

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Cedar Hills

Eco-Fashion Camp

Camp Funshine Camp Funshine

Camp Cedar Hills

Camp Cedar Hills

Dance Camp

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Camp Summer Journey

Dance Camp

Camp Cedar Hills Camp Summer Journey

Basic Training Dusk Camp•

Camp Cedar Hills

Cultural Martial Arts Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Cedar Hills

“Settlin Days” Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Cedar Hills

Me & My Doll Camp

“Settlin Days” Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Cedar Hills

Dudes Hanging Out Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Cedar Hills

Sports Development Camp

Camp Cedar Hills

CSI Camp

Creative Zone•

Camp Cedar Hills

Dance Camp

Drawing & Painting•

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Cedar Hills

Eco-Fashion Camp

Class ages vary. See class detail for more information.

Camp Summer Journey

Cultural Martial Arts Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Summer Journey

“Settlin Days” Camp

Sports Development Camp

Survivor Dusk Camp•

Camp Summer Journey

“Settlin Days” Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Summer Journey

Dudes Hanging Out Camp

Sports Development Camp

Camp Summer Journey

Sports Development Camp

Survivor Dusk Camp•

Camp Summer Journey

CSI Camp

Creative Zone•

Search and Rescue Dusk Camp•

Camp Summer Journey

Dance Camp

Drawing & Painting•

Eco-Fashion Camp

Camp Summer Journey

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Summer Journey

Dance Camp

Camp Summer Journey

Camp Summer Journey

Camp Summer Journey

“Settlin Days” Camp

Survivor Dusk Camp•

Camp Summer Journey

“Settlin Days” Camp

Camp Summer Journey

Camp Summer Journey

Camp Summer Journey

CSI Camp

Creative Zone•

Camp Summer Journey

Dance Camp

Drawing & Painting•

Eco-Fashion Camp

Camp Summer Journey

Drawing & Painting•

Camp Cedar Hills Camp Summer Journey Camp Summer Journey

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Cedar Hills Recreation Center 503/629-6340

Full Day Summer Camps

at Cedar Hills

This summer we have a unique

opportunity to bring the magic

and wonder of Hollywood to

our full day summer camps at

Cedar Hills. We are not just

taking kids to the movies…

we will become the movies.

Each week campers, young

and old, will be a part of the

fi lm industry as we turn the Recreation Center into Cedar Hills Studios.

Lights! Camera! Action! You’re the star; you will act, write, direct, fi lm

and edit. Each camp will be fi lled with exciting games, fun crafts and

outrageous fi eld trips. Best of all, each camper will be involved in their

own production. Become a part of Cedar Hills Studios!

A $25 deposit is required for each participant, every week of camp, at

the time of registration. The deposit is nonrefundable. However it may

be transferred to other THPRD programs prior to June 6. Please Note:

After June 6 the deposits are no longer transferable. A camp balance

will be refundable/transferable only if requested at least two weeks prior

to the start of the week you are requesting to drop. All camp balances

will be due by 5 pm on the Monday two weeks prior to the start of each

camp week. Your space in camp will be forfeited automatically if the

balance is not paid by the two-week deadline.

*No camp on 6/2, 7/4.

Camp Funshine

In Camp Funshine our youngest talent will enjoy great games, cool

crafts, fun fi eld trips and more. Each week children will get the star

treatment as our production staff seeks to make this the best summer

camp ever. Everyone will have good safe fun, make new friends, and

even be part of Cedar Hills Studios’ newest production, “Summer 2011.”

Typically, unless otherwise noted, Wednesdays we go on a fi eld trip and

Fridays we swim. All fi eld trips are subject to change. Our programmed

activities begin at 9 am and go until 5 pm but our hours are 7:30 am to

6 pm. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle each day.

Ages: 5-7 yrs

Cost: $25 deposit per week plus $145 per week ($170 total), unless

otherwise listed.

Week 1: Summer Blockbuster!

We debut the camp season with our Summer Blockbuster as we travel to

the Oregon Zoo.

6/20-6/24 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 2: The Silver Screen!

Enjoy the classics on the Silver Screen as we travel to Silver Falls State

Park.

6/27-7/1 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Camp Funshine (continued)

Week 3: Fairytales!

Travel to a world of fairytales as we take a fi eld trip to the Enchanted

Forest.

7/5-7/8 T-F 7:30 am-6 pm $143

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Week 4: Detective Mysteries!

Solve our Detective Mystery and join us as we enjoy a mystery fi eld trip.

7/11-7/15 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 5: Sci-Fi Space Thriller!

Explore the fi nal frontier of space in our Sci-Fi week. We’ll be going to

Out of This World Pizza.

7/18-7/22 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 6: Westerns!

Howdy partners! During western week, we will rustle up some fun as we

take a trip to the Gilbert’s House Discovery Village in Salem.

7/25-7/29 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 7: Thrillers and Chillers!

Our movie theme this week is Thrillers and Chillers. We will enjoy the

thrills and chills of Oaks Park.

8/1-8/5 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 8: Kung Fu!

So grasshopper, this week we will fi nd our inner Kung Fu at The

Infl atable Kingdom!

8/8-8/12 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 9: High Seas Adventure!

Arrgh mateys! This week will be Pirate week and you land lubbers are

traveling to the Beach at Tolovona.

8/15-8/19 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 10: Deep Drama!

Everybody loves a good deep drama and you’ll love our fi eld trip - a

picnic at Eagle Fern Creek.

8/22-8/26 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 11: The Grand Finale!

Our Grand Finale takes us to Alderbrook Park. There is no camp on

Friday, Sept. 2.

8/29-9/1 M-Th 7:30 am-6 pm $143

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Cedar Hills Recreation Center 503/629-6340

Camp Cedar Hills

Participants in Camp Cedar Hills will experience a spectacular summer

of games, crafts, art, drama, music, and MOVIES! Action, adventure,

comedy, mystery, thrills, chills and more will all be part of every week.

Our talented summer production staff will be on hand to see everyone

is safe, active, and having fun so they can make and grow friendships.

Each child will be part of Cedar Hills Studios’ newest production,

Summer 2011.” Typically, unless otherwise noted, Tuesdays we go on

a fi eld trip and Fridays we swim. All fi eld trips are subject to change. Our

programmed activities begin at 9 am and go until 5 pm but our hours are

7:30 am to 6 pm. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle each day

Ages: 8-10 yrs

Cost: $25 deposit per week plus $145 per week ($170 total), unless

otherwise listed.

Week 1: Summer Blockbuster!

We debut the camp season with our Summer Blockbuster as we travel to

Newport and tour the bay on the Discovery Marine Tours.

6/20-6/24 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 2: The Silver Screen!

Enjoy the classics on the Silver Screen as we travel to Silver Falls State

Park.

6/27-7/1 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 3: Fairytales!

Travel to a world of fairytales as we take a fi eld trip to the Wunderland.

7/5-7/8 T-F 7:30 am-6 pm $143

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Week 4: Detective Mysteries!

Solve our Detective Mystery and join us as we enjoy a mystery fi eld trip.

7/11-7/15 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 5: Sci-Fi Space Thriller!

Explore the fi nale frontier of Space in our Sci-Fi week. We’ll be going to

the Evergreen Space Air & Museum.

7/18-7/22 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Camp Cedar Hills (continued)

Week 6: Westerns!

Howdy partners! During Western Week we’ll rustle up some fun as we

take a trip to the The Flying M Ranch.

7/25-7/29 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 7: Thrillers and Chillers!

Our movie theme this week is Thrillers and Chillers and we will enjoy the

thrills and chills of Oaks Park.

8/1-8/5 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 8: Kung Fu!

So grasshopper, this week we will fi nd our inner Kung Fu at the North

Clackamas Aquatic Park!

8/8-8/12 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

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Week 9: High Seas Adventure!

Arrgh mateys! This week will be Pirate week and you land lubbers are

traveling to the Beach at Tolovana.

8/15-8/19 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17209

Week 10: Deep Drama!

Everybody love a good Deep Drama, you’ll love our fi eld trip to Eagle

Fern Creek.

8/22-8/26 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17210

Week 11: The Grand Finale!

Our Grand Finale takes us to Alderbrook Park. There is no camp on

Friday, Sept. 2.

8/29-9/1 M-Th 7:30 am-6 pm $143

CH17211

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Camp Summer Journey

In Camp Summer Journey you are the talent, a superstar! You’re never

too old for summer camp and every week participants will play the

best sports and games, create the coolest arts and crafts, and venture

out on amazing, unforgettable fi eld trips. There will also be plenty

of time to socialize with your friends and make new ones. Our great

production staff will be on hand to make this summer the best. Best

of all, participants will star in Cedar Hills Studios’ newest production,

Summer 2011.” Typically, unless otherwise noted, Thursdays we go on

a fi eld trip and Mondays we swim. All fi eld trips are subject to change.

Our programmed activities begin around 9 am and go until 5 pm but our

hours are 7:30 am to 6 pm. Bring a sack lunch and water bottle each

day. DON’T FORGET A SUIT AND TOWEL ON MONDAY! Each week

includes a bonus trip TBD.

Ages: 11-14 yrs

Cost: $25 deposit per week plus $165 per week ($190 total), unless

otherwise listed.

Week 1: Summer Blockbuster!

We debut the camp season with our Summer Blockbuster as we travel to

Wild Waves.

6/20-6/24 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17301

Week 2: The Silver Screen!

Enjoy the classics on the Silver Screen as we travel to Silver Falls State

Park.

6/27-7/1 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17302

Week 3: Fairytales!

Travel to a world of fairytales as we take a fi eld trip to the Ski Bowl.

7/5-7/8 T-F 7:30 am-6 pm $163

CH17303

Week 4: Detective Mysteries!

Solve our Detective Mystery and join us as we canoe at Devil’s Lake.

7/11-7/15 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17304

Week 5: Sci-Fi Space Thriller!

Explore the fi nal frontier of Space in our Sci-Fi week. We’ll be going to

ULTRAZONE Laser Tag.

7/18-7/22 M-F 7:30 am-6:20 pm

CH17305

Week 6: Westerns!

Howdy partners! During Western Week, we’ll rustle up some fun as we

take a trip to The Flying M Ranch.

7/25-7/29 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17306

Camp Summer Journey (continued)

Week 7: Thrillers and Chillers!

Our movie theme this week is Thrillers and Chillers. We will enjoy the

thrills and chills of the great outdoors, at one of our great state parks.

8/1-8/5 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17307

Week 8: Kung Fu!

So grasshopper, this week we’ll fi nd our inner Kung Fu at the The

YWAM Ropes Course!

8/8-8/12 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17308

Week 9: High Seas Adventure!

Arrrgg maties! This week be Pirate week and you land lubbers are

Rafting the Deschutes.

CH17310 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

8/15-8/19

Week 10: Deep Drama!

Everybody loves a good deep drama and you’ll love our fi eld trip to Eagle

Fern Creek.

8/22-8/26 M-F 7:30 am-6 pm

CH17311

Week 11: The Grand Finale!

Our Grand Finale takes us to Alderbrook Park. There is no camp on

Friday Sept. 2nd.

8/29-9/1 M-Th 7:30 am-6 pm $163

CH17312

Sports Performance Camp

Everyday will involve working on muscle strength and endurance, agility

and cardiovascular performance through a variety of activities and drills.

We will also spend the afternoons working on skills in sports such as

basketball, soccer, lacross, volleyball, softball, fl ag football and tennis.

Campers will also enjoy swimming during the week. Camp held off-site

at Cedar Hills Park (2300 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.)

7/5-7/8

CH12272

T-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8-12 yrs $138

7/11-7/15

CH12273

M-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8-12 yrs $170

7/18-7/22

CH12274

M-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8-12 yrs $170

7/25-7/29

CH12275

M-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8-12 yrs $170

8/1-8/5

CH12276

M-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8-12 yrs $170

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Sports Camps at Cedar Hills

Recreation Center

Check out our wide variety of sports camps offered for

preschool and school age youth this summer.

• Basketball

• Soccer

• T-ball

• Football

Creative Zone Camp

• Multi-sport

• Baseball

Gymnastics Camps

We offer gymnastics camps for preschool and youth age

children, beginning with the pre-gym level through level 4.

M-Th • 9-11am & 11am-1pm / $58 each wk.

Check out Cedar Hills Recreation Center’s section in the Summer

Activities Guide for schedule.

Students will spend the week creating masterpieces using a variety of

media. Painting, drawing, collage, and mosaic are just a few examples of

the creative art projects that will be explored in this camp. You will learn

the different approaches to capturing the visual world. Bring a snack and

drink daily.

8/8-8/12

CH14300

M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $100

8/8-8/12

CH14301

M-F 1-4 pm 10-14 yrs $100

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Drawing & Painting Camp

Realistic drawing, fantasy and cartooning are a few of the drawing

techniques to be explored. Use colored pencils, drawing pencils, pastels,

charcoal and markers to create fun projects to develop technique and

creative thinking. Acrylic and watercolor paints will be used when

creating landscapes and still lifes. Bring a snack and drink daily.

8/15-8/19

CH14302

M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 years $100

8/15-8/19

CH14303

M-F 1-4 pm 10-14 yrs $100

8/22-8/26

CH14304

M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $100

8/22-8/26

CH14305

M-F 1-4 pm 10-14 yrs $100

Dance Camp at Cedar Hills

Preschool (4-6 yrs): Pre-ballet, creative dance, gymnastics dance and

more will be taught by our professionally trained staff. A performance at

the end of the week for your family and friends to see what was learned!

6/20-6/24

CH11111

M-F 10 am-noon 4-6 yrs $77

8/15-8/19

CH11112

M-F 10 am-noon 4-6 yrs $77

Youth (7-13 yrs): Challenging, fun, rewarding, and every day there’s

something new. Spend the week making new friends and having tons

of fun while learning from our professionally trained staff the latest jazz,

Hip-Hop, lyrical, ballet, and modern dance moves. A show will be held

Friday for family and friends. Bring a sack lunch and drink daily.

6/20-6/24

CH11212

M-F 10 am-3:30 pm 7-13 yrs $149

8/15-8/19

CH11213

M-F 10 am-3:30 pm 7-13 yrs $149

Me & My Doll Camp

We are bringing back old-fashioned doll play! Also enjoy stories, art

projects, role-playing, theme activities and more with your doll and new

friends. The week will end with a special tea party. Bring sack lunch and

drink daily.

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3 pm 6-11yrs $155

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“Settlin Days” – Homestead Camp

Campers experience what life was like for early settlers. What did kids

do for fun before ipods, Xbox, and laptops? We will travel back to earlier

times for activity and excitement. Enjoy historic games, nature walks,

storytelling, cooking, crafts, and local history, too! An adventurous fi eld

trip planned. Bring sack lunch and drink daily. Camp held off-site at the

historic Fanno Farm House (8405 SW Creekside Pl., Beaverton) Go to

www.thprd.org/facilities/fannohistory.cfm

7/11-7/14 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 7-13 yrs $155

CH15208

7/18-7/21 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 7-13 yrs $155

CH15209

CHRC CSI Camp

For the detective and law enforcement offi cer in your young camper.

Learn about the many aspects of today’s investigations. Feature fi eld trip

and crime scene mystery to be played out that your sleuths must help

solve using the techniques learned at camp. Bring sack lunch and drink

daily.

8/8-8/12 M-F 10 am-3 pm 9-13 yrs $152

CH15200

Eco-Fashion Camp

Develop creativity and resourcefulness through apparel and accessory

design and learn about art in the world of fashion. Spend the week

putting together a complete outfi t and a great fi eld trip designed for a

fashion industry student. Emphasis on working with things you already

own and fi nding new uses for materials and products that would

otherwise be thrown away. Fashion show at the end of the week. Bring

sack lunch and drink daily.

8/22-8/26 M-F 10 am-3 pm 8-13 yrs $152

CH15210

Cultural Martial Arts Camp

Join other kids in karate, yoga, different arts and crafts, drama,

storytelling and games which provide a glimpse into cultures. China,

India, Okinawa, and Japanese infl uences included. An adventurous fi eld

trip planned. Bring sack lunch and drink daily.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-4 pm 7-11 yrs $165

CH12271

Dudes Hanging Out Camp

Join other guys and spend the week doing a variety of sports and

games, learning basic meal preparation, and developing skills for times

for when you are home alone. Bring sack lunch and drink daily.

7/25-7/29

CH15201

M-F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8-12 yrs $172

Home Run Preschool Sports Camp

Campers will have fun learning and developing skills for a variety of

sports. Through creating craft projects, and other fun activities, campers

will make new friends and experience summer camp for the fi rst time.

Snack provided. Bring water bottle daily.

6/20-6/24

CH12150

M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $77

6/20-6/24

CH12151

M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $77

6/27-7/1

CH12152

M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $77

6/27-7/1

CH12153

M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $77

7/5-7/8

CH12154

T-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $63

7/5-7/8

CH12155

T-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $63

7/11-7/15

CH12156

M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $77

7/11-7/15

CH12157

M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $77

CH Extra Innings Care

Lunch-time care for those enrolled in Home-Run Preschool Sports Camp.

AM and PM camps may be combined to equal a full day. Bring a sack

lunch and drink daily.

6/20-6/24

CH12158

M-F Noon-1 pm 4-6 yrs $15

6/27-7/1

CH12159

M-F Noon-1 pm 4-6 yrs $15

7/5-7/8

CH12160

T-F Noon-1 pm 4-6 yrs $12

7/11-7/15

CH12161

M-F Noon-1 pm 4-6 yrs $15

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Week 1

6/20-6/24

Week 2

6/27-7/1

Week 3

7/5-7/8

Week 4

7/11-7/15

Week 5

7/18-7/22

Week 6

7/25-7/29

Week 7

8/1-8/5

Week 8

8/8-8/12

Week 9

8/15-8/19

Week 10

8/22-8/26

Week 11

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Summer Camps at a Glance

Class ages vary. See class detail for more information.

Preschool Youth Teen

Conestoga Otter Camp• Camp Conestoga

Sports Action Camp

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Science Camp•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Science Camp•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Science Camp•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Science Camp•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

Science Camp•

Conestoga Otter Camp•

PALS Sports Camps•

PALS Sports Camps•

Princess Dancers•

Science Camp•

Book Illustration, Creative

Writing•

Camp Conestoga

Playground Sports Camp

Soccer Camp

Camp Conestoga

Cheer Camp

Sports Action Camp

Tennis Camp

Camp Conestoga

PALS Sports Camps•

Science Camp•

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Basketball Camp

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Flag Football Camp

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

Volleyball Camp•

Books, Cards, Sculpture•

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Science Camp•

Sports Action Camp

Tennis Camp

Basketball Camp

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Flag Football Camp

Science Camp•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Camp Conestoga

Drama Camp•

Playground Sports Camp

Soccer Camp

Tennis Camp

Basketball Camp

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Sports Action Camp

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Book Illustrating•

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Playground Sports Camp

Science Camp•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Princess Dancers• Build, Sculpt & Paint•

Camp Conestoga, Too!

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

Drama Camp•

Tennis Camp

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Science Camp•

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Flag Football Camp

Science Camp•

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Fencing Camp•

Playground Sports Camp

Sports Fitness Camp

Tennis Camp

Camp Conestoga

Cheer Camp

Science Camp•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Camp Conestoga

Fencing Camp•

Soccer Camp

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Camp Conestoga

Cheer Camp

PALS Sports Camps•

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

Volleyball Camp•

Camp Conestoga, Too!

Fencing Camp•

Science Camp•

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Camp Conestoga

Science Camp

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

Volleyball Camp•

Camp Conestoga

PALS Sports Camps•

Princess Dancers•

Sports Fitness Camp

Summer Splash ‘n Fun•

Camp Conestoga

Princess Dancers•

Traveling Sports Camp

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Flag Football Camp

Modern Arts•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Sports Fitness Camp

Tennis Camp

Flag Football Camp

Media Camps•

Tennnis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Books, Cards, Sculpture•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Flag Football Camp

Science Camps•

Media Camp•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Media Camp•

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Book Illustrating•

Sports Fitness Camp

Tennis Camp

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

Traveling Sports

Build Sculpt/Paint•

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

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Summer Camp Deposits and Balances

A $25 deposit is required for each participant, each week of

camp, at the time of registration. The deposit is nonrefundable.

However, it may be transferred to other THPRD programs on or

prior to June 6. Please note: After June 6, deposits will no longer

be transferable. A camp balance will be refundable or transferable

only if requested at least two weeks prior to the start of the week

you are requesting to drop. All camp balances will be due by 5 pm

on the Monday two weeks prior to the start of each camp week.

Your space in camp will be forfeited automatically if the balance is

not paid in full by the two-week deadline. This does not apply to

these Conestoga camps: Extra Innings and Science Camps.

*No camp Monday, 7/4.

Conestoga Otter Camp

Children have a “Splashing” fun time with daily

trips to our pool, art projects, games, gym and

outdoor activities. Bring swimsuit and towel each

day. Snack served daily. Class held in Room 204.

(Teacher Patty and staff)

Cost: $25 non-refundable deposit + $71 per week

(CO17103, *deposit + $51)

See box above for camp deposits and balances information.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17101 (balance due 6/6)

6/27-7/1 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17102 (balance due 6/13)

*7/5-7/8 T-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $76

CO17103 (balance due 6/20)

7/11-7/15 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17104 (balance due 6/27)

7/18-7/22 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17105 (balance due 7/4)

7/25-7/29 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17106 (balance due 7/11)

8/1-8/5 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17107 (balance due 7/18)

8/8-8/12 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17108 (balance due 7/25)

8/15-8/19 M-F 9:15 am-12:15 pm 4-6 yrs $96

CO17109 (balance due 8/1)

Summer Splash ‘n Fun

A cool summer activity for students who have completed grades 1-5.

Sign up for one week, a few or all 9 weeks. Meet at Conestoga’s pool

patio/splash pad area, swim in the pool everyday, make a project, play

games, have fun and more! (Coach Nancy and staff)

Cost: $25 non-refundable deposit + $65 per week

See box this page for camp deposits and balances information.

6/20-6/24 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17401 (balance due 6/6)

6/27-7/1 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17402 (balance due 6/13)

7/11-7/15 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17404 (balance due 6/27)

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17405 (balance due 7/5)

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17406 (balance due 7/11)

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17407 (balance due 7/18)

8/8-8/12 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17408 (balance due 7/25)

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17409 (balance due 8/1)

8/22-8/26 M-F 1-4 pm 6-12 yrs $90

CO17410 (balance due 8/8)

Princess Dancers

A dance exploration camp for younger dancers. Come learn a variety of

dance styles and do arts and crafts, too! Class held in Room 204.

Cost: $25 non-refundable deposit + $55 per week

See box this page for camp deposits and balances information.

8/22-8/26 M-F 9:15 am-noon 5-7 yrs $80

CO17121 (balance due 8/8)

8/29-9/2 M-F 9:15 am-noon 5-7 yrs $80

CO17122 (balance due 8/15)

Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center

Summer Camp Open House

Thursday, June 9 • 6-7 pm

Want more information on Conestoga’s Camps?

Drop-in anytime during our Open House to meet staff and preview

camp activity schedules. Campers and parents are welcome to

bring any questions or concerns. A great time to confi rm if we can

continue lunch program again this summer! We look forward to

meeting you and your child. No reservation necessary.

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Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center 503/629-6313

PALS Sports Camps

Play And Learn Skills is a fun, half-day sports camp that focuses on play

and discovery as youngsters explore a variety of sports skills, games,

teamwork and fair play. Snack provided daily. Camp is in the Gym/

Outdoors. Meet at Conestoga Playground Sports Court. (Coach Ivan and

Staff). *No camp 7/4.

Cost: $25 non-refundable deposit + $55 per week

(CO18103, deposit + $39)

See box page 8 for camp deposits and balances information.

6/27-7/1 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $80

CO18102 (balance due 6/13)

*7/5-7/8 T-F 1-4 pm 3½-5 yrs $64

CO18103 (balance due 6/20)

7/11-7/15 M-F 1-4 pm 5-8 yrs $80

CO18104 (balance due 6/27)

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $80

CO18105 (balance due 7/4)

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 3½-5 yrs $80

CO18106 (balance due 7/11)

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 5-8 yrs $80

CO18107 (balance due 7/18)

8/8-8/12 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $80

CO18108 (balance due 7/25)

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 3½-5 yrs $80

CO18109 (balance due 8/1)

8/22-8/26 M-F 1-4 pm 5-8 yrs $80

CO18110 (balance due 8/8)

Camp Conestoga

Need a safe place where your kids can create, explore, make new friends

and have fun this summer? Well... Discover Camp Conestoga! Field trip

scheduled on Wednesday but subject to change. Kids swim daily so

bring swimsuit and towel, lunch and drink. (Check with staff to see if we

will continue lunch program.)

What do we do at camp?

Create with a variety of arts and crafts and cooking activities.

Explore with science, nature walks and personal choice activities.

Challenge yourself with activities that are fl exible and fun with new

friends. Find Adventure with daily swimming, games, sports, fi eld trip.

Have Fun with camp staff that enjoy working with kids!

Camp Location: Room 202/203 Time: 7:15 am-6 pm

Days: Monday-Friday Ages: 5-9 yrs

See box page 8 for camp deposits and balances information.

Camp Cost per Week: $170 (*Wk. #3: $136)

$25 non-refundable deposit + $145 per week

Summer Fun 2011 Trip: Roller skate

6/20-6/24

CO17201

Wk 1 (balance due 6/6) $170

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Camp Conestoga (continued)

Nature Glee Trip: Museum

6/27-7/1

CO17202

Wk 2 (balance due 6/13) $170

Holiday Celebrations Trip: Bowling

*7/5-7/8

CO17203

Wk 3 (balance due 6/20) $136

Jungle Amusement Trip: Safari Sam’s

7/11-7/15 Wk 4 (balance due 6/27) $170

CO17204

Cool Thrill Trip: Ice Skate

7/18-7/22 Wk 5 (balance due 7/4) $170

CO17205

Safari Wonder Trip: Zoo

7/25-7/29 Wk 6 (balance due 7/11) $170

CO17206

Healthful Delight Trip: OMNIMAX

8/1-8/5 Wk 7 (balance due 7/18) $170

CO17207

Splish Splash Bliss Trip: Mini Golf

8/8-8/12 Wk 8 (balance due 7/25) $170

CO17208

Olympic Glory Trip: Field Day/Scavenger Hunt

8/15-8/19 Wk 9 (balance due 8/1) $170

CO17209

Aloha Summer! Trip: Talent Show

8/22-8/26 Wk 10 (balance due 8/8) $170

CO17210

Finale Week! Pick one camp day or multiple days

8/29 M $35

CO17212

8/30 T $35

CO17213

8/31 W $35

CO17214

9/1 Th $35

CO17215

9/2 F $35

CO17216

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Camp Conestoga, Too!

A great camp to make friends and have fun together with Conestoga

staff. Field trip scheduled on Tuesday but subject to change. Kids swim

daily so bring swimsuit and towel, lunch and drink. (Check with staff to

see if we will continue lunch program.)

Camp Location: Conestoga Outdoor Tent A or B

Time: 7:15 am-6 pm Days: Monday-Friday

Ages: 8-12 yrs

Camp Cost per Week: $170 (*Wk. #3: $136)

$25 non-refundable deposit + $145 per week

See box page 8 for camp deposits and balances information.

Summer Fun 2011 Trip: Roller skate

6/20-6/24

CO17221

Wk 1 (balance due 6/6) $170

Nature Glee Trip: Museum

6/27-7/1

CO17222

Wk 2 (balance due 6/13) $170

Holiday Celebrations Trip: Bowling

*7/5-7/8

CO17223

Wk 3 (balance due 6/20) $136

Jungle Amusement Trip: Safari Sam’s

7/11-7/15 Wk 4 (balance due 6/27) $170

CO17224

Cool Thrill Trip: Ice Skate

7/18-7/22 Wk 5 (balance due 7/4) $170

CO17225

Safari Wonder Trip: Zoo

7/25-7/29 Wk 6 (balance due 7/11) $170

CO17226

Healthful Delight Trip: OMNIMAX

8/1-8/5 Wk 7 (balance due 7/18) $170

CO17227

Splish Splash Bliss Trip: Mini Golf

8/8-8/12 Wk 8 (balance due 7/25) $170

CO17228

Olympic Glory Trip: Field Day/Scavenger Hunt

8/15-8/19 Wk 9 (balance due 8/1) $170

CO17229

Aloha Summer! Trip: Talent Show

8/22-8/26 Wk 10 (balance due 8/8) $170

CO17230

Camp Conestoga, Too! (continued)

Finale Week! Pick one camp day or multiple days

8/29 M $35 CO17232

8/30 T $35 CO17233

8/31 W $35 CO17234

9/1 Th $35 CO17235

9/2 F $35 CO17236

X-Treme “B-Tween” Camp

A camp for “tweens” seeking adventure with supervision in the summer.

Activities offered include arts and crafts, games, sports, swimming,

fi eld trips and much more! Bring a sack lunch and drink, swimsuit and

towel each day. A daily fi eld trip by THPRD van each morning. Typically,

they will visit nearby parks on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, visit a

movie theater on Tuesday (sometimes Wednesday) and “special” trip on

Thursday. The camp will leave Conestoga at

9:30 am each day and return by 1:30 pm to swim. Snack served after

swim. Activities schedule will be provided each Monday.

Camp Location: Meet/Pick-up at Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic

Center’s Gym

Time: 9 am-4 pm (**Extra innings available 7:15-9 am & 4-6 pm. For

extended camp care)

Days: Monday-Friday Ages: 11-13 yrs

Camp Cost per Week: $150 (*Wk. #3: $120)

$25 non-refundable deposit + $125 per week

See box page 8 for camp deposits and balances information.

6/20-6/24 Week 1 (balance due 6/6) CO17301

6/27-7/1 Week 2 (balance due 6/13) CO17302

*7/5-7/8 Week 3 (balance due 6/20) CO17303

7/11-7/15 Week 4 (balance due 6/27) CO17304

7/18-7/22 Week 5 (balance due 7/5) CO17305

7/25-7/29 Week 6 (balance due 7/11) CO17306

8/1-8/5 Week 7 (balance due 7/18) CO17307

8/8-8/12 Week 8 (balance due 7/25) CO17308

8/15-8/19 Week 9 (balance due 8/1) CO17309

8/22-8/26 Week 10 (balance due 8/8) CO17310

8/29-9/2 Week 11 (balance due 8/15) CO17311

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Morning Conestoga Extra Innings

Attending Sports Camp? Xtreme Tween Camp? Need extended care? We

offer before and after camp care. Transportation provided to or from any

Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center’s other camps. Snack provided

in the afternoon. (Intended for camp participants ages 7-13 yrs from

7:15-9 am and 4-6 pm.) *No camp 7/4.

Before-camp Care M-F 7:15-9 am Rm 204

6/20-6/24 CO17241 8/1-8/5 CO17247

6/27-7/1 CO17242 8/8-8/12 CO17248

*7/5-7/8 CO17243 8/15-8/19 CO17249

7/11-7/15 CO17244 8/22-8/26 CO17250

7/18-7/22 CO17245 8/29-9/2 CO17251

7/25-7/29 CO17246

$20 each wk (*$16 wk 7/5 for CO17243)

Afternoon Conestoga Extra Innings

After-camp Care M-F 4-6 pm Rm 204

6/20-6/24 CO17261 8/1-8/5 CO17267

6/27-7/1 CO17262 8/8-8/12 CO17268

*7/5-7/8 CO17263 8/15-8/19 CO17269

7/11-7/15 CO17264 8/22-8/26 CO17270

7/18-7/22 CO17265 8/29-9/2 CO17271

7/25-7/29 CO17266

$25 each wk (*$18 wk 7/5 for CO17263)

CONESTOGA SPORTS CAMPS

Conestoga’s recreational sports camps are a great way to keep a child

active. Our sports camps focus is basic skill development while having

fun. There is plenty of variety, therefore sign up for a few, several or all

the weeks. Sports camps may be combined with extra innings if a longer

day is needed. A typical day includes, 9 am-Noon skill and techniques,

Noon-1 pm lunch and down time, walk to Conestoga for swimming

1:30-3 pm and snack, then practice until 3:45 pm (Check with staff

about lunch program).

Drop off location at: Greenway Elementary School Playground.

Pick-up location at: Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center back parking

lot.

Camp Cost per Week: $145 (*Wk. #4: $116)

See box page 8 for camp deposits and balances information.

Sports Action Camp

This multiple sports camp will venture upon various sports activities and

games. The camp focus is on skill development while having a fun time.

Play different sports each day. We’ll cool off in the pool daily.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18201 (balance due 6/6)

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Sports Action Camp (continued)

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18301 (balance due 6/6)

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18203 (balance due 6/20)

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18303 (balance due 6/20)

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18206 (balance due 7/11)

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18306 (balance due 7/11)

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18209 (balance due 8/1)

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18309 (balance due 8/1)

Playground Sports Camp

Do you enjoy playing dodgeball, kickball, wall ball or four square? Then

sign up for this fun camp. We’ll use low density foam balls to take the

sting out of dodgeball without taking out the fun. Tournaments will be

held all week. Want to learn to play “Pajaggle Sport?” This camp will be

fi lled with fun times. We will swim everyday, too!

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18202 (balance due 6/13)

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18302 (balance due 6/13)

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18204 (balance due 6/27)

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18304 (balance due 6/27)

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18208 (balance due 7/12)

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18308 (balance due 7/12)

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-9 yrs $145

CO18210 (balance due 8/8)

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-12 yrs $145

CO18310 (balance due 8/8)

Traveling Sports Camp

We will venture into sports such as bowling, ice skating, roller skating

and will travel offsite daily. We will be playing a variety of sports and

swim daily. Meet at Conestoga Recreation Center in Gym.

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 9-13 yrs $165

CO18311 (balance due 8/15)

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Sport-Specific Camps

The following sport specifi c camps offer youth a chance to play a lot

of their favorite sports! Includes skill practice and technique instruction

and daily trip to the pool. You can combine these camps with our Extra

Innings program to extend your day. *No camp 7/4.

Drop off location at: Greenway Elementary School Playground.

Pick-up location at: Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center back

parking lot.

Camp Cost per Week: $145 (*Wk. #4: $116)

See box page 8 for camp deposits and balances information.

Conestoga Cheer Camp

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-12 yrs $116

CO19213 (balance due 6/20)

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-12 yrs $145

CO19215 (balance due 7/4)

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-12 yrs $145

CO19217 (balance due 7/18)

Conestoga Flag Football Camp

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-10½ yrs $116

CO19223 (balance due 6/20)

7/5-7/8 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 10-13 yrs $145

CO19323 (balance due 6/20)

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-10½ yrs $145

CO19225 (balance due 7/4)

7/18-7/28 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 10-13 yrs $145

CO19325 (balance due 7/4)

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 7-10½ yrs $145

CO19227 (balance due 7/19)

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 10-13 yrs $145

CO19327 (balance due 7/19)

Conestoga Basketball Camp

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-12 yrs $145

CO19205 (balance due 7/4)

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-12 yrs $145

CO19207 (balance due 7/18)

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-12 yrs $145

CO19209 (balance due 8/1)

Conestoga Soccer Camp

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-12 yrs $145

CO19202 (balance due 6/13)

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-12 yrs $145

CO19206 (balance due 7/11)

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-12 yrs $145

CO19208 (balance due 7/25)

Sport-Specific Camps (continued)

Conestoga Sports Fitness Camp

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $145

CO19204 (balance due 6/27)

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $145

CO19210 (balance due 8/8)

Conestoga Tennis Camp

Tennis racquets available. Drop-off and Pick-up for Camp is located at

Conestoga Middle School Tennis Courts.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18241 (balance due 6/6)

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18242 (balance due 6/13)

*7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $120

CO18243 (balance due 6/20)

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18244 (balance due 6/27)

7/18-7/23 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18245 (balance due 7/5)

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18246 (balance due 7/11)

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18247 (balance due 7/18)

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18248 (balance due 7/26)

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18249 (balance due 8/2)

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-3:45 pm 8-13 yrs $150

CO18250 (balance due 8/9)

Sabre Fencing Camp

Sabre fencing skills are introduced with skill practice and technique

instruction provided by Oregon Fencing Alliance. All equipment is

provided. Drop-off and Pick-up for Camp is located at Conestoga Middle

School little gym (next to tennis court). After camp care available, see

next page.

7/11-7/14 M-Th 9 am-noon 6-12 yrs $120

CO18284 (balance due 6/27)

7/25-7/28 M-Th 9 am-noon 6-12 yrs $120

CO18286 (balance due 7/11)

8/8-8/11 M-Th 9 am-noon 6-12 yrs $120

CO18288 (balance due 7/25)

Register Early to Avoid Disappointment

Nothing cancels a good program quicker than waiting

until the last minute to register.

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Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center 503/629-6313

Sport-Specific Camps (continued) Half-Day Arts & Science Camps (continued)

Fencing After-Camp Care

Bring your swimsuit, lunch and drink.

7/11-7/14

CO18284A

M-Th Noon-6 pm 6-12 yrs $48

7/25-7/28

CO18286A

M-Th Noon-6 pm 6-12 yrs $48

8/8-8/11

CO18288A

M-Th Noon-6 pm 6-12 yrs $48

Volleyball Camp

Basic fundamentals of volleyball. Bump, pass and serve your way to an

improved game. Drop-off and Pick-up for Camp is located at Conestoga

Middle School little gym (next to tennis court). After camp care available,

see below.

7/18-7/21 M-Th 9 am-noon 8-12 yrs $110

CO18285 (balance due 7/4)

8/1-8/4 M-Th 9 am-noon 8-12 yrs $110

CO18287 (balance due 7/18)

8/15-8/18 M-Th 9 am-noon 8-12 yrs $110

CO18289 (balance due 8/1)

Volleyball After-Camp Care

Bring your swimsuit, lunch and drink.

7/18-7/21

CO18285A

M-Th Noon-6 pm 8-12 yrs $48

8/1-8/4

CO18287A

M-Th Noon-6 pm 8-12 yrs $48

8/15-8/18

CO18289A

M-Th Noon-6 pm 8-12 yrs $48

Half-Day Arts & Science Camps

Mini-science and Mini Art Camps with Teacher Ellen. Room 205.

*No camp 7/4.

Ooey, Gooey Science

6/27-6/30 M-Th 1-2:30 pm 4-7 yrs $56

CO19182

6/27-6/30 M-Th 3-5 pm 6-10 yrs $70

CO19282

Bring on the Bugs

*7/5-7/7 T-Th 1-2:30 pm 4-7 yrs $45

CO19183

Jurassic Dinosaurs

*7/5-7/7 T-Th 3-5 pm 6-10 yrs $55

CO19283

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Books Come Alive – Childrens Theater

7/11-7/14 M-Th 1-4 pm 6-10 yrs $95

CO19284

Building Bridges

7/18-7/21 M-Th 1-2:30 pm 4-7 yrs $56

CO19185

Building Catapults and Castles

7/18-7/21 M-Th 3-5 pm 6-10 yrs $70

CO19285

Recycled Robot Art

7/25-7/28 M-Th 1-2:30 pm 4-7 yrs $56

CO19186

7/25-7/28 M-Th 3-5 pm 6-10 yrs $70

CO19286

Soap, Candle and Papermaking

8/1-8/4 M-Th 1-4 pm 8-13 yrs $95

CO19287

Pirate Adventures

8/8-8/11 M-Th 1-4 pm 4-9 yrs $95

CO19288

Picture This – Photo Crafts

8/22-8/25 M-Th 1-4 pm 6-10 yrs $95

CO19290

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Drama Camp Just for Kids

Create your very own magical play. Learn improvisational skills, stage

presence and timing. We’ll play drama games to build listening skills

and imagination. You’ll write your own scripts, make stage props and

perform it on the last day of class to family and friends. Class held in

Room 204. (Selene)

6/20-6/24 M-F 12:45-4 pm 8-12 yrs $120

CO17321 (balance due 6/6)

8/8-8/12 M-F 12:45-4 pm 8-12 yrs $120

CO17328 (balance due 7/25)

Book Illustration, Creative Writing

& Book Binding

Have a blast illustrating, writing and binding your very own book. You’ll

learn illustration techniques, creative writing tips and you’ll take home a

fi nished book you can show off to friends and family on the last day of

class. Class held in Room 204. (Selene)

6/27-7/1 M-F 12:45-4 pm 8-12 yrs $120

CO17322 (balance due 6/13)

Modern Arts Camp

Come explore drip, spray and stain techniques. Find out how many

different ways you can paint without using a brush and still produce a

masterpiece. Learn drawing tips and explore art materials. Class builds

self-esteem and encourages imagination. Class held in Room 204. No

class 7/4. (Selene)

7/5-7/7 T-Th 12:45-4 pm 10-15 yrs $76

CO17323 (balance due 6/20)

Books, Cards, Sculpture & Paintings

Go wild creating your own book, cards, sculpture and acrylic painting on

canvas. Learn illustrating techniques while you make petal and theatre

cards, illustrate and bind a book, paint on canvas and sculpt while using

plaster strips. Class held in Room 204. (Selene)

7/25-7/29 M-F 12:45-4 pm 8-13 yrs $120

CO17326 (balance due 7/11)

Book Illustration & Binding

Illustrate and bind your own book, journal, diary, or make a gift for

a friend or relative. You will learn illustration tips as you illustrate,

construct and bind your own special book. At the end of the week you

will have a fi nished book you’ll be proud to take home and show off.

(Selene)

8/22-8/26 M-F 12:45-4 pm 8-13 yrs $120

CO17330 (balance due 8/8)

Build, Sculpt, and Paint!

Have a blast designing and building your very own mixed media

sculptures. You will also sculpt in clay constructing imaginative 3-D

creations and have fun building one of a kind sculptures using plaster

strips and balloons. Camp encourages creativity and self-expression.

Take home all your amazing creations and show them off! Class held in

Room 204. (Selene)

8/29-9/2 M-F 12:45-4 pm 8-13 yrs $120

CO17331 (balance due 8/15)

Also...

Don’t

Forget

Post-camp care available.

See Page 8 for more information.

Keep reading this

summer. Stop by the

Scholastic Book Fair

at Conestoga

for all ages!

Front lobby -

Tues. May 31- Fri. June 3

9 am - 3 pm

AND

Saturday, August 13

10 am - 2 pm

BIG TRUCK DAY

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Media Camps for Teens

A Glimpse of the Future

Have you ever wondered what it

would be like to be fi lmmaker? Here’s

your chance. Use HD cameras,

write scripts, create a stop motion

animation, edit with Final Cut PRO.

Spend your week totally immersed

in a creative summer program at

THPRD in Partnership with Portland

Community Media. Premiere showing

of all fi lms produced in the camps

will be shown the evening of August

26 at a red carpet event for families

and friends. Location and time to be

announced.

Field Production, Documentary

Explore the exciting fi eld of digital fi lmmaking in this hands-on, week

program in basic documentary production. Participants will learn camera,

sound, select topics, conduct research, script writing,

story board and interview techniques to shoot and edit a documentary.

Students will work in groups producing their own documentaries in a

real-life setting using the latest JVC HD cameras. No previous

fi lmmaking experience required, but a passion for storytelling is a must!

This camp is held at Athletic Center.

7/11-7/15 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17301

Digital Storytelling

Participants will learn to weave together images, fi rst person narration

and music to tell personal stories using Final Cut PRO software. The

instructor will guide students to write well-structured narrations and

make creative use of visuals and audio for dramatic effect. The class

is great for those who want to share memoirs, community stories or

organizational profi les from there own point of view. Students are

encouraged to begin organizing photos for the project in advance of the

fi rst class. This camp is held at Conestoga.

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17505

Stop Motion, Animation

Travel through the world of Stop Motion Animation. Participants will

explore various aspects of animation. With the use of cameras and

Final Cut PRO software, students use their imaginations and creativity

to bring a short story to life. No previous experience required. This

camp is held at Athletic Center.

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17302

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Media Camps for Teens (continued)

Field Production, Narrative Movie

Explore the exciting fi eld of digital fi lmmaking in this hands-on, week

program in basic narrative fi lm production. Participants will work in

groups and individually learning script writing, storyboard, character

development, acting, camera, sound, pick your genre and shoot your

fi ction movie. No previous fi lmmaking experience required. This camp

is held at Conestoga.

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17507

Studio Production

Would you like to be on the telly? This is your opportunity. ..3..2..1

Action! Learn how to direct, produce and shoot a TV show at Portland

Community Media studio using HD equipment, including switcher,

teleprompter and character generator. Have fun while learning to operate

TV cameras and audio equipment during this one-week workshop.

Manage the studio fl oor and/or serve as host. Pick a topic and produce

a program that will be broadcast online and on channel POP29 Comcast.

No previous experience required. Meet and pick-up at Athletic Center.

Transportation included to and from Portland Youth Media Center.

8/8-8/12 M-F 10 am-2 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17303

Editing Final Cut Pro

In this workshop participants will explore concepts of editing while

developing a basic understanding of Apple’s Final Cut Pro editing

software. Students will learn the basics of capturing video/audio, project

management, trimming sequences, video generating, creating titles.

Workshop participants work on individual Mac Book Pro laptops. This

camp is held at Conestoga.

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17509

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Summer Camps at a Glance Class ages vary. See class detail for more information.

Ages 4-7 years 8-10 years 11-16 years

Week 1

6/20-6/24

Week 2

6/27-7/1

Week 3

7/5-7/8

Week 4

7/11-7/15

Week 5

7/18-7/22

Week 6

7/25-7/29

Week 7

8/1-8/5

Week 8

8/8-8/12

Week 9

8/15-8/19

Week 10

8/22-8/26

Week 11

8/29-9/1

Kids Quest Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Archery Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Hazeldale Baseball•

Hazeldale Soccer•

Sports Adventure Mini Camp•

Baseball Mini Camp

Kids Quest Camp

Pre Engineering with LEGO•

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

T-ball Mini Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Hazeldale Soccer•

Hazeldale T-ball•

Hoops Mini Camp•

Soccer Mini Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Fencing Camp•

Gymnastic Camp•

On The Stage Theater•

Soccer Mini Camp•

T-ball Mini Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Hazeldale Sports Adventure•

Hazeldale Wet ‘n Wild Sports•

Pre Engineering with LEGO•

Sports Adventure Mini Camp•

Baseball Mini Camp

Kids Quest Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Wet ‘n Wild Sports Mini Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Pre Engineering with LEGO•

Soccer Mini Camp•

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Fencing Camp•

Gymnastic Camp•

Hazeldale Soccer•

Hazeldale Sports Adventure•

Hurray for Hoops!•

Wet ‘n Wild Sports Mini Camp•

Kids Quest Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Show Stoppers Dance Camp•

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

Camp Garden Home

Gymnastic Camp•

Archery Camp•

Baseball Mini Camp

Camp Garden Home

Gymnastic Camp•

Hazeldale Baseball•

Hazeldale Soccer•

Wranglers in Training Camp

Camp Garden Home

Engineering with LEGO•

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

Camp Garden Home

Football MiniCamp•

Gymnastic Camp•

Wranglers in Training Camp

Camp Garden Home

Fencing Camp•

Gymnastic Camp•

On The Stage Theater

Camp Garden Home

Engineering with LEGO•

Equestrian Camp

Football MiniCamp•

Hazeldale Wet ‘n Wild Sports•

Baseball Mini Camp

Camp Garden Home

Gymnastic Camp•

Wet ‘n Wild Sports Mini Camp•

Camp Garden Home

Engineering with LEGO•

Gymnastic Camp•

Camp Garden Home

Fencing Camp•

Gymnastic Camp•

Hurray for Hoops!•

Wet ‘n Wild Sports Mini Camp•

Camp Garden Home

Equestrian Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Hoops Mini Camp•

Show Stoppers Dance Camp

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

Disco Adventure Camp

Archery Camp•

Disco Adventure Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Wranglers in Training Camp

Disco Adventure Camp

Engineering with LEGO•

Iron Chef!

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

Disco Adventure Camp

Football MiniCamp•

Gymnastic Camp•

Wranglers in Training Camp

Disco Adventure Camp

Fencing Camp•

Fish On!

Gymnastic Camp•

On The Stage Theater

Disco Adventure Camp

Engineering with LEGO•

Equestrian Camp

Baseball Mini Camp

Chip ‘n Put Golf

Disco Adventure Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Basic Wilderness Survival Camp

Disco Adventure Camp

Engineering with LEGO•

Gymnastic Camp•

Disco Adventure Camp

Fencing Camp•

Outdoor Adventure/Water Sports Camp

Disco Adventure Camp

Equestrian Camp

Gymnastic Camp•

Hoops Mini Camp•

Show Stoppers Dance Camp

Sports Mania Mini Camp•

On The Stage Theater Camp On The Stage Theater Camp Around Town Adventure Camp

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Camp Deposits and Balances

A $25 deposit is required for each participant, each week of camp,

at the time of registration. The deposit is nonrefundable. However,

it may be transferred to other THPRD programs on or prior to

June 6. Please note: After June 6, deposits will no longer be

transferable. A camp balance will be refundable or transferable only

if requested at least two weeks prior to the start of the week you

are requesting to drop. All camp balances will be due by 5pm on

the Monday two weeks prior to the start of each camp week. Your

space in camp will be forfeited automatically if the balance is not

paid by the two-week deadline.

This applies to these Garden Home camps: Kids Quest Camp,

Camp Garden Home, and Disco Adventure Camp.

No Camp Monday 7/4

Kids Quest Camp

Each week of camp will be fi lled with laughter, fun and exciting age

appropriate activities. Kids will enjoy participating in art, sports, games,

crafts and much more! A full-day off-site trip is scheduled every Friday

and two additional half-day fi eld trips, which will include swimming, will

be held on various days. Let our fun-loving, safety conscious staff make

this a summer your kids will never forget! Bring a sack lunch, a snack

and drink daily. Staff supervision will be available starting at 7:30 am for

early drop-off and until 6 pm for pick-up. Trips are subject to change. No

camp 7/4.

Ages: 5-7 yrs (no age exceptions)

Cost: $25 ID/OD non-refundable deposit per week + $145 per week

(Week #3 Balance: $111)

See box above for camp deposits and balances information.

Jamming In The Jungle Trip: Safari Sam’s

6/20-6/24

GH17101

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/6)

Up, Up and Away Trip: Out of This World

6/27-7/1

GH17102

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/13)

Weird Science Trip: OMSI

7/5-7/8

GH17103

T-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/20)

Land of Enchantment Trip: Enchanted Forest

7/11-7/15

GH17104

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/27)

Something’s Fishy Trip: Bonneville Dam

7/18-7/22

GH17105

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/5)

Buckets of Fun Trip: Beach

7/25-7/29

GH17106

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/11)

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Kids Quest Camp (continued)

Clowning Around Trip: Inflatable Kingdom

8/1-8/5

GH17107

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/18)

Wild Kingdom Trip: Oregon Zoo

8/8-8/12

GH17108

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/25)

Distant Shores Trip: Cape Lookout

8/15-8/19

GH17109

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 8/1)

Rockin’ and Rollin’ Trip: Oaks Park

8/22-8/26

GH17110

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 8/8)

Camp Garden Home

Get ready to have a summer full of laughter, learning and fantastic FUN!

Kids will have the opportunity to participate in crafts, sports, games,

science, cooking, art and so much MORE! Full-day off-site fi eld trips

are scheduled every Thursday with two additional half-day trips, which

include swimming, will be held on various days. Let our fun-loving,

safety conscious staff make this a summer your kids will never forget!

Bring a sack lunch, snack and drink daily. Staff supervision will be

available starting at 7:30 am for early drop-off and until 6 pm for pickup.

Trips are subject to change. No camp 7/4.

Ages: 8-10 yrs (no age exceptions)

Cost: $25 ID/OD non-refundable deposit per week + $145 per week

(Week #3 Balance: $111)

See box on this page for camp deposits and balances information.

Space Odyssey Trip: Out of This World

6/20-6/24

GH17201

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/6)

Top of the World Trip: Rock Gym

6/27-7/1

GH17202

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/13)

Splish, Splash Trip: No. Clackamas Aquatic Park

7/5-7/8

GH17203

T-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/20)

Flying High Trip: Evergreen Air Museum/IMAX

7/11-7/15

GH17204

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/27)

Journey to the Center

of the Earth Trip: Mt. St. Helens Ape Caves

7/18-7/22

GH17205

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/5)

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Tilt-A-Whirlie Trip: Oaks Park

7/25-7/29 M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/11)

GH17206

Super Sleuths Trip: Tillamook State Forest

8/1-8/5 M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/18)

GH17207

Shore-Is-Fun! Trip: Beach

8/8-8/12 M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/25)

GH17208

Under the Sea Trip: Oregon Coast Aquarium

8/15-8/19 M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 8/1)

GH17209

Monkey Business Trip: Oregon Zoo

8/22-8/26 M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 8/8)

GH17210

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Camp Garden Home (continued) Disco Adventure Camp (continued)

Disco Adventure Camp

Let the SUMMER of FUN begin! We have action-packed weeks planned

that will include water activities, cooking, sports, games, art, scavenger

hunts and time to just kick back with your friends and enjoy the summer.

Each week will include at least two fun mini off-site trips like, bowling,

movies, Pump It Up, swimming, jet boats and more. Our AWESOME

full-day, off-site fi eld trip will primarily be held on Wednesdays and may

require early drop-off and late pick-up. Bring a sack lunch, snack and

drink daily. Staff supervision will be available starting at 7:30 am for

early drop-off and until 6 pm for pick-up. Trips are subject to change.

No camp 7/4.

Ages: 11-14 yrs (no age exceptions)

Cost: $25 ID/OD non-refundable deposit per week + $145 per week

(Week #3 Balance: $127)

See box on page 17 for camp deposits and balances information.

Week 1 Trip: Rock Gym

6/20-6/24

GH17301

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/6)

Week 2 Trip: Ropes Course

6/27-7/1

GH17302

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/13)

Week 3 Trip: Beach

7/5-7/8

GH17303

T-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/20)

Week 4 Trip: Oaks Park

7/11-7/15

GH17304

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 6/27)

Week 5 Trip: Rafting

7/18-7/22

GH17305

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/5)

Week 6 Trip: Canoeing/Kayaking

7/25-7/29

GH17306

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/11)

Week 7 Trip: Wild Waves

8/1-8/5

GH17307

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/18)

Week 8 Trip: Horseback Riding

8/8-8/12

GH17308

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 7/25)

Week 9 Trip: Newport Marine Tour

8/15-8/19

GH17309

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 8/1)

Week 10 Trip: Mt. Hood Ski Bowl

8/22-8/26

GH17310

M-F 8 am-5 pm (balance due 8/8)

Garden Home is also offering weeklong art workshops and

camps for ages preschool through adult this summer.

Clay • Drawing & Painting • Cultural Art • Fairy Art

Monster Art • Cartooning • Multi-Art

Check out Garden Home Recreation Center’s section in the

Summer Activities Guide for complete details!

www.thprd.org Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District


Garden Home Recreation Center 503/629-6341

Teen Specialty Adventure Camps

Join us for an exciting adventure every day of the week! Come try new

things like fi shing, paddle boarding, golf, hiking, kayaking, Iron Chef

competitions, campouts and much more. We will be offsite from

9 am-4 pm.

Iron Chef!

A fun, exciting camp revolving around food and cooking! Each day a

different competition: Appetizer challenge, great pizza challenge, dessert

round followed up by the Iron Chef competition. We will also be visiting

some of the best places to eat around the Portland metro area.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-4 pm 13-16 yrs $265

GH18101 Offsite

Fish On!

Catch a BIG ONE on this exciting four-day fi shing camp! Each day we

will drop a line into fi shing hot spots of the NW, learn how to fi sh and

perfect your technique. By the end of the week, you will be regular

anglers! We will fi nish the week with a private guided fi shing excursion

and fi sh cookout! Poles and snacks will be provided. Please come to

camp with fi shing license and sack lunch for M-W.

7/18-7/21 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 13-16 yrs $305

GH18102 Offsite

Chip ‘N Putt- Golf Instruction and Fun!

Come swing into action with our chip ‘n putt golf adventure camp. This

four-day camp will travel to different courses in the Portland/Vancouver

area each day, and will include instruction from one of Garden Home’s

very own who has worked with Jr. Golf programs at Pebble Beach and

other Country Clubs in California. We will begin with golf etiquette and

putting and end on a par-three course for a “best-ball” tournament with

prizes and BBQ on Thursday! All equipment and instruction is included.

Please pack a lunch each day (except Thursday).

8/1-8/4 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 13-16 yrs $265

GH18103 Offsite

Basic Wilderness Survival Camp!

Is Bear Grylls on Discovery Channel your hero? If so, you need to join us

for this adventure! Over the course of four days, you will learn all of the

basic skills you need to survive in the wilderness by our certifi ed staff, all

the while exploring a different hiking area in the NW each day. Your fi nal

test will be a hike-in backpacking camp-out beginning on Wednesday.

Your skills will be tested, but the question is, will you survive?

8/8-8/11 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 13-16 yrs $235

GH18104 Offsite

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Outdoor Adventure/Water Sports!

Do you love the water and being outdoors? Then this camp is for you!

Each day we will visit a new place in the NW to experience some of

the most popular outdoor sports: kayaking, paddle-boarding and hiking.

Finish the week with canoeing and a BBQ. Bring a sack lunch each day

except Thursday.

8/15-8/18 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 13-16 yrs $265

GH18105 Offsite

Around Town Adventure Camp!

Come for a fun-fi lled week to experience the best of the NW! Explore

different sites around the Portland metro area. Campers will do two fun

outings per day, go-carting, rock gym, wave pool, jet boating and more.

This trip will be fun for all!

8/29-9/1 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 13-16 yrs $235

GH18106 Offsite

Horseback Riding Camps

Campers meet at the Recreation Center daily, then head out to the

stables. Campers must wear closed-toe footwear or boots and long

pants for riding. Bring sack lunch and water bottle each day

Equestrian Camp

Learn what it’s like to have your own horse! Join us for an exciting four

days of horse camp. Campers will work with horses learning safety, care

and handling, and western style trail and arena riding. Bond and grow

with the same horse all week.

7/25-7/28 M-Th 9 am-3 pm 8-14 yrs $450

GH18203 Offsite

8/22-8/25 M-Th 9 am-3 pm 8-14 yrs $450

GH18204 Offsite

Wranglers in Training Camp

A little more rustic, a little more country! Campers will head out to

the ranch in beautiful Yamhill, Oregon for four fun-fi lled days. Each

day campers will have a lesson covering grooming, saddling, safety,

healthcare and western riding. Lunch and fun at the creek, followed up

by fabulous trail ride through the mountains.

6/27-6/30 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 8-14 yrs $349

GH18201 Offsite

7/11-7/14 M-Th 9 am-4 pm 8-14 yrs $349

GH18202 Offsite

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Dance and Theater Camps

Show Stoppers Dance Camp

In just one week your child will discover and develop the love of

performing! Come to explore dance, the funk of Hip-Hop, the grace of

ballet, the technique of jazz and the fun of gymnastics. Get into the

limelight with this fun-fi lled camp. Bring a sack lunch and beverage each

day. Performance on last day of camp. (Katie, Valerie)

8/22-8/23 M-F 9-11 am 3½-7 yrs $70

GH11123 Rm 14

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $135

GH11218 Rm 14

On the Stage: Theater Camp

In one fabulous week, put together a musical and fi nish the week with

an evening performance. Each child will take the character of his/her

choice and together will create a musical. This camp will be hands-on

working in creating character/story development and stage sets. All

campers perform a group dance, costumes, photos, fun and more! Bring

a sack lunch and beverage each day. Show will be on the Friday of camp

at 7 pm. (Staff)

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-13 yrs $165

GH11217 Gym

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-2 pm 5-9 yrs $145

GH11120 Gym

Science Camps

Pre-Engineering with LEGO

Create, play, and learn. Build a town, city or star base with houses,

buildings, pyramids, bridges, tunnels, towers, and more. Build motorized

cars, trains, buses and trucks. Race them, crash them and repair them.

Explore the many possibilities of LEGO building systems while learning

useful construction techniques. All activities done in class and all

materials remain at class site. Bring a snack and beverage each day.

(Play-Well TEKnologies staff)

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-noon 5-6 yrs $150

GH15291 Rm 19

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-noon 5-6 yrs $185

GH15292 Rm 19

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-noon 5-6 yrs $185

GH15293 Rm 19

Engineering FUNdamentals with LEGO

Design and build motorized machines, catapults, pyramids, demolition

derby cars, truss and suspension bridges, buildings, and other

constructions. Explore concepts in physics, mechanical engineering,

structural engineering, and architecture while playing with your favorite

creations. This is a hands-on and minds-on class suitable for LEGO

building system novices to “maniacs.” Returning students will work on

new projects and challenges. All activities done in class and all materials

remain at class site. Bring a snack and beverage each day. (Play-Well

TEKnologies Staff)

7/5-7/8 T-F 1-4 pm 7-11 yrs $150

GH15294 Rm 19

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 7-11 yrs $185

GH15295 Rm 19

8/8-8/12 M-F 1-4 pm 7-11 yrs $185

GH15296 Rm 19

Gymnastic Camps

Camps include stretching, tumbling, work on the bars, beam, rhythmic

hoops and more! Wear proper attire and bring a light snack and drink

each day. Refer to class requirements in the regular Garden Home

Gymnastics section to determine appropriate level. Last hour of camp on

Fridays is a mini-show.

Beginning I/Beginning II (Boys & Girls)

6/20-6/24 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-10 yrs $140

GH13200 Rm 4

8/15-8/19 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-10 yrs $140

GH13201 Rm 4

Beginning I/Beginning II (Girls)

7/11-7/15 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-13 yrs $140

GH13202 Rm 4

Beginning II/Advanced Beginning (Girls)

8/1-8/5 M-F 8:30 am-Noon 6-13 yrs $140

GH13203 Rm 4

Advanced Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced (Girls)

6/27-7/1 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-13 yrs $140

GH13204 Rm 4

8/8-8/12 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-13 yrs $140

GH13205 Rm 4

Tricks & Tumbling for levels Beginning II through Advanced

8/22-8/26 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-13 yrs $140

GH13206 Rm 4

Rhythmics Camp, No experience through Level 4 (Girls)

7/18-7/22 M-F 8:30 am-noon 6-13 yrs $140

GH13207 Rm 4

www.thprd.org Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District


Garden Home Recreation Center 503/629-6341

Sports Camps

Archery Camp

Come learn archery! Basic form and techniques, shoot scoring, balloons

and team event! All equipment will be provided. Come to have fun!

6/27-6/30 M-Th 9:30-10:30 am 7-9 yrs $52

GH12200 Outside/covered area

6/27-6/30 M-Th 11-noon 10-15 yrs $52

GH12201 Outside/covered area

Baseball Mini Camp

Come to learn and improve on the fundamentals of baseball. Mini-games,

and activities are always included. Catching, hitting, base running and

more will be covered. Bring your glove and water bottle.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9-11 am 6-8 yrs $60

GH12216 Sports Field

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-3 pm 8-12 yrs $60

GH12217 Sports Field

Fencing Camp

For fun and learning! Learn the skills of this exciting Olympic sport.

Safety and fun emphasized, all equipment provided. (Oregon Fencing

Alliance)

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-noon 6-12 yrs $159

GH12218 Rm 2

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-noon 6-12 yrs $159

GH12219 Rm 2

Football Mini Camps

Are you looking to learn the fundamentals, sportsmanship and skills in

the game of football? Youth will learn fundamental techniques and how

to play different football positions. Bring water bottle.

7/11-7/14 M-Th 4:30-6:30 pm 9-11 yrs $48

GH12220 Sports Field

7/25-7/28 M-Th 1-3 pm 8-10 yrs $48

GH12221 Sports Field

Hoops Mini Camps

Camp will focus on skill development and improvement of ball control,

passing, dribbling and more. Fun drills and scrimmages always included.

Bring water bottle.

7/11-7/15 M-F 1-3 pm 5-7 yrs $60

GH12224 Gym

8/22-8/25 M-Th 1-3 pm 8-12 yrs $47

GH12225 Gym

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Hurray for Hoops! Mini Camp

Kids will come to develop better ball control, shooting skills, improve

dribbling and more. We will play games and fun drills in this fun-fi lled

camp! Bring water bottle.

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-noon 7-9 yrs $87

GH12226 Gym

Soccer, Soccer, Soccer II Mini Camp

A fun camp for all! Come to improve your soccer techniques, agility

and coordination through drills, games and more. Shin guards required.

(Some prior soccer experience suggested.) Bring water bottle.

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-noon 5-7 yrs $87

GH12227 Sports Field

Soccer Mini Camp

Learn to dribble, pass, trap, shoot and more! Games and fun activities

help to keep your child active and healthy. Bring water bottle.

7/18-7/22 M-F 10:30 am-noon 4-6 yrs $45

GH12109 Sports Field

8/8-8/12 M-F 9-10:30 am 3½-5½ yrs $45

GH12111 Sports Field

Sports Mania Mini Camp

Join us as we try different sports each day. Capture the fl ag, kickball,

soccer, dodgeball, basketball and more! Bring water bottle.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9-10:30 am 7-12 yrs $36

GH12235 Sports Field/Gym

8/8-8/12 M-F 9-10:30 am 3½-5½ yrs $45

GH12119 Sports Field/Gym

8/22-8/26 M-F 9:30-11 am 7-12 yrs $45

GH12236 Sports Field/Gym

Sports Adventure Mini Camp

Adventure awaits you each day as we play different sports and games

like hockey, volleyball, basketball, dodgeball and more. Bring water

bottle.

6/27-7/2 M-F 9 am-noon 4½-6½ yrs $87

GH12114 Sports Field

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-noon 5½-7½ yrs $87

GH12115 Sports Field

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T-Ball Mini Camp

Work on the basics, throwing, catching, hitting off a tee, base running

and more! A fun class for any active child. Bring water bottle.

7/5-7/8 T-F 10:30 am-noon 4-6 yrs $36

GH12120 Sports Field

7/18-7/22 M-F 9-10:30 am 3½-5½ yrs $45

GH12121 Sports Field

Wet N’ Wild Sports Mini Camp

Come for a week of fun while we play your favorite games with a twist!

Be prepared to get wet this week as we do different sports and fun

group games. Bring water bottle.

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-noon 6-8 yrs $87

GH12237 Sports Field

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 6-8 yrs $87

GH12238 Sports Field

Want more sports camp options

for Garden Home?

Check out the Garden Home Recreation section in the

Summer Activities Guide for an even wider variety of

sports camps ages preschool through school age!

Football • Soccer • Baseball • Sports Adventure

Wet ‘n’ Wild • Fencing • Archery • Basketball • T-Ball

Hazeldale Sports Camps

Camp Location:

Hazeldale Elementary School Sports Field

20080 SW Farmington Road, Aloha, OR 97007

Baseball Mini Camp

Come to learn and improve on the fundamentals of baseball. Mini-games,

and activities are always included. Catching, hitting, base running and

more will be covered. Bring water bottle and your glove.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9-11 am 6-8 yrs $60

GH12243hz Hazeldale Sports Field

Soccer, Soccer, Soccer II Mini Camp

A fun camp for all! Come to improve your soccer techniques, agility

and coordination through drills, games and more. Shin guards required.

(Some prior soccer experience suggested.) Bring water bottle.

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-noon 5-7 yrs $87

GH12244hz Hazeldale Sports Field

Soccer Skills Mini Camp

Come for fun and improving skills. Dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting,

and more! Games and fun activities help to keep your child active and

healthy. Bring water bottle.

6/27-7/1 M-F 1-3 pm 7-10 yrs $60

GH12245hz Hazeldale Sports Field

7/11-7/15 M-F 1:30-3 pm 3½-5½ yrs $45

GH12246hz Hazeldale Sports Field

Sports Adventure Mini Camp

Adventure awaits you each day as we play different sports and games

like hockey, volleyball, basketball, dodgeball and more. Bring water

bottle.

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-noon 5-7 yrs $87

GH12247hz Hazeldale Sports Field

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $87

GH12248hz Hazeldale Sports Field

T-Ball Mini Camp

Work on the basics, throwing, catching, hitting off a tee, base running

and more! A fun class for any active child. Bring water bottle.

7/11-7/15 M-F 10:30 am-noon 4½-6½ yrs $45

GH12249hz Hazeldale Sports Field

Wet N’ Wild Sports Mini Camp

Come for a week of fun while we play your favorite games with a twist!

Be prepared to get wet this week as we do different sports and fun

group games. Bring water bottle.

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 6-8 yrs $87

GH12250hz Hazeldale Sports Field

www.thprd.org Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District


Jenkins Estate-Camp Rivendale 503/629-6355

Camp Rivendale is a summer day camp program designed to provide

recreational opportunities for children and young adults who have

physical and/or developmental disabilities. Campers, age 6 through 21

years, are encouraged by staff to explore areas of music, dance, drama,

visual arts, sports and aquatics. Through this process our goal is to

contribute to the physical, mental and social growth of each camper.

Staff and volunteers foster peer relations, which allow campers to

share affection, support and companionship. We also strive to develop

community support and encourage attitude changes to refl ect dignity,

self-respect and independence for people who have disabilities. In

addition to daily camp activities, campers will take weekly fi eld trips

and offsite excursions.

Two adult weeks (persons 22 and older) are added to the end of the

summer session.

WEEK 1

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17210 6-12 yrs

CR17310

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due at Registration.

WEEK 2

7/5*-7/8 Tu-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17220 6-12 yrs

CR17320 13-21 yrs

$146.40 ID $243.20 OD

*No Camp 7/4 Balance due at Registration.

WEEK 3

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17230 6-12 yrs

CR17330

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due no later than 7/6.

WEEK 4

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17240 6-12 yrs

CR17340

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due no later than 7/13.

WEEK 5

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17250 6-12 yrs

CR17350

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due no later than 7/20.

WEEK 6

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17260 6-12 yrs

CR17360

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due no later than 7/27.

WEEK 7

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17270 6-12 yrs

CR17370

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due no later than 8/3.

WEEK 8

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17280 6-12 yrs

CR17380

$183 ID $304 OD

13-21 yrs

Balance due no later than 8/10.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Wilderness Community (by approval of the director only) is part of

Camp Rivendale and was designed to meet the needs of campers

who demonstrate maladaptive behavior as a primary condition of their

disability. The group provides increased consistency, structure and

support to enable campers to be successful in a camping experience.

Weeks 1-6 available only.

REGISTRATION ACCEPTED by WALK-IN or MAIL-IN ONLY. Call

503/629-6355 for an application packet.

Registration: Weeks #1 & #2 registration fees are due in full at the time

of registration. The balance of other weeks will be due by 4:30 pm on

the Wednesday prior to the beginning of the attending week.

Out-of-district assessment fee: $70/term per family.

ADULT WEEK-1

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17410 Adult (22 yrs+)

$159 ID $264.50 OD

Balance due no later than 8/17.

ADULT WEEK-2

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-3 pm

CR17420

$183 ID $304 OD

Adult (22 yrs+)

Balance due no later than 8/26.

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Nature Camps 503/629-6350

The Nature Park Interpretive Center offers nature camps at four locations: the Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Cooper Mountain Nature Park, Kaiser Woods,

and Greenway Park. Full camp descriptions and details are listed in the following pages by site.

Nature Camps at a Glance

Camp Wild Things

Mini Nature

Camps

Nature Explorers

Camp

Camp Green

Eco Adventure

Camp

Ages 4-6 years 4-6 years 6-9 years 6-9 years 7-11 years 10-13 years 11-14 years

Times

offered

9 am-Noon or

1-4 pm

Location Tualatin Hills

Nature Park

Week 1

6/20-6/24

Week 2

6/27-7/1

Week 3

7/5-7/8

Week 4

7/11-7/15

Week 5

7/18-7/22

Week 6

7/25-7/29

Week 7

8/1-8/5

Week 8

8/8-8/12

Week 9

8/15-8/19

Week 10

8/22-8/26

Week 11

8/29-9/2

9 am-Noon 9 am-Noon or

1-4 pm

Cooper Mountain

Nature Park

Tualatin Hills

Nature Park

Froggy Fun Fairies and Gnomes Underwater

Discovery

Mud Mysteries Wildlife Water Safari Reptiles and

Amphibians

1-4 pm 8 am-5 pm

(7:45 am-5:15 pm)*

Cooper Mountain

Nature Park

Tualatin Hills

Nature Park

9 am-4 pm

(7:45 am-5:15

pm)*

Kaiser Woods,

Greenway Park, or

Cooper Mountain

Nature Park

Birds of a Feather Marine Biology

Care of magical

Creatures

Go Fish Eagle Eye Weird Science Hot Rocks Giants of the Forest

Fairies and

Gnomes

Jr. Rangers at

Tualatin Hills NP

Forest Speak Water World Dirt Made My Lunch Ready to Rock

Who Lives in a Tree? Super Birds Stories in the Forest Tidepools and

Waterfalls

Dragons Fly Wild About Art Through the

Looking Glass

Nuts to You Leaping Safari Life in the Tree

Tops

Living Dinosaurs of

Cooper Mountain

Nature’s Zombies

and Vampires

Overnight

Off-site camping

or backpacking

Wild Deserts

Shocked by Nature Into the

Wilderness

Nature Detectives Caves High and Low Raindrops to Rivers

Forest Speak Dragons Fly Animal Camp Living off the Land The Super Natural

Who Lives in a

Tree?

The Very Hungry

Caterpillar

Bugs and Slugs Goodnight Moon,

Hello Sun

The Very Hungry

Caterpillar

Jr. Rangers at

Cooper Mountain NP

Grossology Summit to Surf Island Survival

Mammal Mania Get Buggy With It Legends and Lore

of Nature

Insectopia Secrets of the

Forest

*Extended care options for pick up and drop off at Nature Park Interpretive Center are available.

Summer Camp Deposits and Balances

A deposit option is available for Nature Explorers

Camp, Camp Green, and Eco Adventure Camp. A

deposit, or full payment, is due for each participant,

each week of camp, at the time of registration. The

deposit is nonrefundable. All camp balances are due by

5 pm on the Monday two weeks prior to the start of

each camp week. Your space in camp will be forfeited

if the balance is not paid by the two-week deadline.

New Refund Policy

Requests to drop or change a camp

program must be made at least two weeks

(14 days) prior to the start of camp. No

credit will be applied to the participant’s

Park District registration account with less

than two weeks (14 days) notice. Camp

deposits are nonrefundable and no credit

will be applied to the participant’s Park

District registration account.

Wildlife Expedition

Teen Summer Opportunity

Leaders In Training Experience (LITE) is a

teen program for high school students that

develops leadership and communication

skills through volunteering with summer

camps. Nature camps have a variety

of LITE openings where teens can help

younger kids experience nature in an

exciting and engaging way. For more

information, go to www.thprd.org/about/

volunteer/lite.cfm.

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Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Camps meet at the Nature Park Interpretive Center, located at 15655

SW Millikan Way. The Interpretive Center acts as the gateway to the

222 acres of the Tualatin Hills Nature Park, where fi ve miles of trails and

a mosaic of habitats provide almost endless opportunities for discovery.

170TH

TUALATIN

Camp Wild Things 4-6 yrs

Build your child’s sense of wonder about nature and invite them to

explore wildlife and the world around them. Games, songs, new friends,

crafts, and adventure make this a good camp for young children. Each

week has a different theme. Please do not register for the same camp

theme more than once at either location. Campers need to bring a snack

and bottle of water daily.

Froggy Fun

From tadpoles and frogs to water bugs and cattails, investigate

fi rsthand the wetlands of the Nature Park. We will discover the amazing

transitions in the lifecycle of frogs.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17101A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

6/20-6/24 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17101B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Mud Mysteries

MERLO

Tualatin Hills

Nature Park

VALLEY

JENKINS

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Become a nature detective and discover clues in the ooey, gooey mud.

Explore the mud in search of animal tracks and trails.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17102A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

6/27-7/1 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17102B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Go Fish

Campers play fi shing games and learn fi sh tales. Discover the secrets to

life lived underwater and make fi sh prints to reel in a great summer. No

camp on Monday, July 4.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $69

NP17103A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/5-7/8 T-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $69

NP17103B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Fairies and Gnomes

Create fairy homes, hunt for fairies in the forest, and take part in

imaginative play, all while exploring and experiencing summer at the

Tualatin Hills Nature Park.

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17104A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/11-7/15 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17104B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Junior Rangers at Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Be a Park Ranger for a week and earn your Junior Ranger badge. Follow

animal trails and search for footprints, chew marks, and clues. Try your

hand at wildlife identifi cation, ranger duties, and help protect nature.

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17105A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17105B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Dragons Fly

Search the puddles and trails for dragonfl ies. Learn their amazing secrets

to fl y and fi nd food. Build your own fl ying craft and enjoy songs and

outdoor games that will keep you on the wing.

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17106A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17106B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Nuts to You

Follow mischievous squirrels through the forest trails to fi nd their

favorite nut trees. Scamper like a squirrel, play balance games, create

crafts, and leave plenty of time for squirrel play.

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17107A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17107B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Forest Speak

Join our Native American camp tribe as we build a totem, play in a

teepee and wickiup lodge, and beat our drums. Learn legends from the

early peoples of the Northwest and explore the forest as they did.

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17108A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/8-8/12 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17108B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Who Lives in a Tree?

Explore animals’ homes up in the trees. Look for a snag and fi nd out

who lives there. Play squirrel games and create a bird nest. Build log

animal homes in the forest.

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17109A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17109B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Bugs and Slugs

Enter the world of creepy crawlies and slimy slugs. Go on a bug and slug

hunt and crawl around on your tummy through the forest! Take home

your own slug creation.

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17110A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/22-8/26 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17110B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

A favorite book comes to life, as we become entomologists.

Imaginations soar during bug games, crafts, and songs as well as

discovering real live bugs!

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

NP17111A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/29-9/2 M-F 1-4 pm 4-6 yrs $86

NP17111B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Mini Nature Camps 6-9 yrs

Mini Nature Camps are half-day camps for young elementary age

children fi lled with fun and adventure. Create crafts, play games, make

new friends, and explore the trails and habitats of the park. Campers

need to bring a snack, bottle of water, and small backpack each day.

Underwater Discovery

Wetlands are diverse habitats that provide food, water, and shelter to

many wildlife species. Look deep into the ponds and creeks of the park

to fi nd out what lives below the surface and build a mini aquarium to

take home.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17231A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

6/20-6/24 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17231B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Reptiles and Amphibians

Let’s get our hands dirty. Turn over rocks and logs to uncover the

reptiles and amphibians living in the park. Explore creeks, ponds, forests,

and meadows in search of creatures and make a “pet” reptile to take

home.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17232A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

6/27-7/1 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17232B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Weird Science

Weird stuff happens in nature. Explore the park in search of living

stumps, slugs with holes, mushroom roots, and packaged spider meals.

Then learn how to do amazing science tricks to awe your friends and

family. No camp on Monday, July 4.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $69

NP17233A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/5-7/8 T-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $69

NP17233B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Water World

Become a water scientist. Learn about water in all its forms and do some

fun experiments including making Oobleck and Gooyuck. Study how and

why some plants and animals fl oat, while others sink to the bottom. It’s

going to be a wet week!

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17234A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/11-7/15 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17234B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Super Birds

Look! Up in the sky! Birds are more fascinating than Superman. Learn to

identify birds by sight and sound. Explore all aspects of bird life including

migration, nesting, and survival strategies. Build a nest and make a bird

feeder to take home.

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17235A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17235B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Through the Looking Glass

Take a look through microscopes and magnifying glasses to get a closeup

view of some of nature’s smallest stuff. There is more in a forest

than meets the eye; there is a whole miniature world waiting to be

discovered.

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17236A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17236B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Life in the Tree Tops

Learn about animals that live out of sight in the tree tops above us.

Many plants and animals fi nd habitats in the trees and spend their entire

life above ground. Explore the world of arboreal lichens, ferns, small

mammals, birds, and amphibians.

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17237A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17237B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Animal Camp

Animals come in all shapes and sizes. Spend the week learning about

those that can be found living in the park and in your neighborhood.

Each day learn about a new animal—everything from lizards to robins

and coyotes.

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17238A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/8-8/12 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17238B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Grossology

Explore the science of really gross things. Go in search of all things gross

from fungus, bugs, worms, algae, slime, and scat. Dissect owl pellets,

investigate scat, and examine slug and snail slime.

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17239A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17239B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Mammal Mania

Discover the mammals of Oregon. Learn what makes them unique and

how to identify them. Look at mammals big and small, examine their

bones and pelts, and investigate their complex relationships with one

another.

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17240A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/22-8/26 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17240B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Insectopia

Explore the amazing world of insects and bugs. Look for bugs in the park

that jump, swim, crawl, fl y, and build. Play bug games, do bug crafts,

and read bug stories.

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-noon 6-9 yrs $86

NP17241A Tualatin Hills Nature Park

8/29-9/2 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

NP17241B Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Nature Explorers Camp 7-11 yrs

A great camp for making friends and having fun while discovering

nature. Expand your knowledge of science, learn about plants and

animals, hike two to fi ve miles daily, play games, and experience natural

areas around our region. Three days will be spent at the Tualatin Hills

Nature Park, with fi eld trips on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Swimming

on Fridays rounds out the fun. Bring a sack lunch, drinking water,

two snacks, and a backpack daily. Field trips subject to change. A

$25 deposit option is available for this camp. See Camp Deposits and

Balances box on page 24 for details.

Times: Staff supervision is available so that campers can be dropped off

as early as 7:45 am and picked up as late as 5:15 pm. Early drop-off

and late pick-up options are available. Contact the Interpretive Center for

details.

Birds of a Feather

Join our fl ock of bird lovers and look for everything from tiny

hummingbirds to giant osprey, pelicans, and maybe even an eagle. Our

search for birds will have us exploring the Nature Park, hiking along a

swift mountain river, and canoeing on a Columbia River tributary.

Field Trips: Oxbow Regional Park; Ridgefi eld National Wildlife Refuge

6/20-6/24 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17211 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Care of Magical Creatures

Hagrid’s assistants will be with us as we discover how owls fl y silently,

spiders spin webs, and what makes a newt poisonous if it doesn’t bite.

We’ll even cook up some potions of our own. Harry, Ron, and Hermione

will be sorry they’ll have to miss this week!

Field Trips: Silver Falls State Park; Vancouver Lake Park

6/27-7/1 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17212 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Hot Rocks

From mountaintops to caves below ground, rocks shape our world. We

will explore the rock cycle, hike underground, build our own volcanoes,

and eat our way through a couple of edible geology lessons. No camp

Monday, July 4.

Field Trip: Ape Caves

7/5-7/8 T-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $159

NP17213 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Dirt Made My Lunch

You eat food every day, but do you know where it comes from? It

comes from dirt! Discover what happens on that journey from the ground

to your stomach. Look for food in the forest, plant seeds, do some

cooking, pick our own berries, and visit an animal farm.

Field Trips: A farm near Champoeg; A farm on Sauvie Island

7/11-7/15 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17214 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Nature Explorers Camp 7-11 yrs (continued)

Tidepools and

Waterfalls

Explore some of Oregon’s

extreme environments

and discover how the

plants and animals living

there manage to survive

in the ever-changing

conditions of the

tidepools, waterfalls, and

wetlands they inhabit.

Field Trips: Ecola State

Park; Latourell Falls

7/18-7/22 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17215 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Shocked by Nature

Energy is a part of everything around us. Whether it’s electricity or the

energy that it takes for a hawk to hunt, we can’t get away from it. Learn

about how energy is passed from one organism to another and how

humans have learned to harness that energy.

Field Trips: Bonneville Dam; Local solar lab

7/25-7/29 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17216 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Caves High and Low

Discover the many ways caves are formed and the adaptations of the

things living within them. What would it be like to live in total darkness?

Find out what you would need to survive and thrive in a cave habitat.

Field Trips: Ape Caves; Hug Point State Park

8/1-8/5 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17217 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Living off the Land

The Native Americans that lived in the Northwest and the pioneers who

came later depended on the land for their food, shelter, and clothing.

Learn about the plants and animals they used and even try make some

of the same things they did!

Field Trips: Ridgefi eld National Wildlife Refuge; Champoeg State Park

8/8-8/12 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17218 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Summit to Surf

The Earth has a limited amount of water that keeps going around and

around in the water cycle. Follow a portion of the water cycle from

the high slopes of Mount Hood through the creeks and wetlands of the

Nature Park all the way to the ocean.

Field Trips: Mirror Lake; Whalen Island Park

8/15-8/19 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17219 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Nature Explorers Camp 7-11 yrs (continued)

Get Buggy With It

Bugs fl y, swim, and crawl! Use hand lenses, nets, and even binoculars

to fi nd and study bugs of all kinds everywhere from trees, meadows,

ponds, rivers, and the ground (and under it). How many kinds of bugs

will you fi nd?

Field Trips: Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge; Tillamook State

Forest

8/22-8/26 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17220 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Secrets of the Forest

Discover the secrets and hidden treasures of Oregon’s ancient forests as

we hunt for trees that were here before Lewis and Clark arrived, hidden

animal homes, and ferns that taste like licorice.

Field Trips: Oxbow Regional Park; Oswald West State Park

8/29-9/2 M-F 8 am-5 pm 7-11 yrs $186

NP17221 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Camp Green 10-13 yrs

Camp Green provides opportunities to delve into the scientifi c

world in which we live. Through science-based activities and

exploration of how our daily lives are intertwined with the

environment, leave camp with a renewed connection to the natural

world. These camps are offered at Cooper Mountain Nature

Park, Greenway Park, and Kaiser Woods, and for the fi rst time

we are offering extended hours at the Tualatin Hills Nature Park

with early drop off between 7:45 and 8:30 am and late pick-up

between 4:30 and 5:15 pm. This includes transportation to and

from the camp location. This is a great option for families with

other children in Nature Explorers Camp or that work or live near

the Tualatin Hills Nature Park. Check out pages 31, 32, and 33 for

details on the individual weeks of camp.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Eco Adventure Camps 11-14 yrs

These overnight trips are geared toward youth that have a desire to

experience outdoor adventure while learning more about nature and

the earth sciences. Campers will learn to set up and break down camp,

cook meals, and live in the wilderness with what they can carry on their

backs. In addition to environmental education, all trips also incorporate

leadership and team-building into the week’s activities. Each trip consists

of four days and three nights camping under the stars. A $50 deposit

option is available for these camps. See Camp Deposits and Balances

box on page 24 for details.

Wild Deserts

This adventure will take us into the high desert of Central Oregon for

camping and wildlife investigation. Some of the wildlife species that live

in the Willamette Valley also exist in this region but many species don’t.

We will track elk herds, follow ground squirrels to their food caches,

hunt rock mounds for lizards, and search the skies for birds of prey. All

this is in addition to camping along the Deschutes River with new friends

and enjoying the peak of wildfl ower season in this wonderful habitat.

Trip leaves by 8:30 am on Tuesday, June 28 and the group will return

after 4:30 pm on Friday, July 1. There is a mandatory pre-trip meeting

at the Interpretive Center on Thursday, June 23, at 6 pm for participants

and their guardians.

6/28-7/1 T-F Overnight 11-14 yrs $280

NP17252 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Into the Wilderness

There’s no better way to learn about the forest then to immerse yourself

in it and, on this backpacking trip, we will literally do just that. Explore

the forest to discover and identify the resident species of plants and

animals. Practice tracking and other observation skills to put together

the story of this area of the Bull Run Wilderness. Were fi res, fl oods,

or humans an infl uence on this forest and its makeup of plants and

animals? Trip leaves by 8:30 am on Tuesday, July 26 and the group will

return after 4:30 pm on Friday, July 29. There is a mandatory pre-trip

meeting at the Interpretive Center on Thursday, July 21, at 6 pm for

participants and their guardians.

7/26-7/29 T-F Overnight 11-14 yrs $280

NP17256 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Island Survival

Backpacking out onto the Tillamook Spit will put us in the ideal setting to

learn basic survival skills while using our campsite as a base camp. Learn

skills that Native Americans and early pioneers relied on to survive along

the stormy Oregon Coast. Some skills to be explored this week include

tool-making, fi re-building, and primitive structure-building. We will also

cover some survival basics such as orienteering, essential fi rst aid skills,

and wild food harvesting. Trip leaves by 8:30 am on Tuesday, August

16 and the group will return after 4:30 pm on Friday, August 19. There

is a mandatory pre-trip meeting at the Interpretive Center on Thursday,

August 11, at 6 pm for participants and their guardians.

8/16-8/19 T-F Overnight 11-14 yrs $280

NP17259 Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Camps meet at the Cooper Mountain Nature House located at 18892

SW Kemmer Road. The Nature House and the Cooper Mountain Nature

Park are a joint project between Metro and THPRD. This beautiful park

has views of Tualatin Valley from many of its three miles of trails and a

variety of habitats that are becoming rare in our region.

GRABHORN

GASSNER

INGUS

Camp Wild Things 4-6 yrs

Build your child’s sense of wonder about nature and invite them to

explore wildlife and the world around them. Games, songs, new friends,

crafts, and adventure make this a good camp for young children. Each

week has a different theme. Please do not register for the same camp

theme more than once at either location. Campers need to bring a snack

and bottle of water daily.

Fairies and Gnomes

Create fairy homes, hunt for fairies in the forest, and take part in

imaginative play, all while exploring and experiencing summer at the

Cooper Mountain Nature Park.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17101 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Wildlife Water Safari

Join the camp safari and search for animals in the puddles and wetlands.

Become a safari explorer and create your own fi eld notebook.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17102 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Eagle Eye

Find out what it’s like to see the world from an eagle’s point of view.

We’ll use our sense of sight to fi nd eagle’s friends and build an eagle

nest. No camp on Monday, July 4.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $69

CM17103 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

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Forest Speak

Join our Native American camp tribe as we build a totem, play in a

teepee and wickiup lodge, and beat our drums. Learn legends from the

early peoples of the Northwest and explore the forest as they did.

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17104 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Who Lives in a Tree?

Explore animal’s homes up in the trees. Look for a snag and fi nd out

who lives there. Play squirrel games and create a bird nest. Build log

animal homes in the forest.

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17105 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Wild About Art

Discover your inner wildlife artist. Create worm art, glue a seed mosaic,

and build large outdoor creative works as we learn about and become

wildlife artists.

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17106 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Leaping Safari

Become an explorer of the great outdoors. Discover frog and

grasshopper habitats and make an insect jar and a grasshopper craft to

take home.

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17107 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Dragons Fly

Search the puddles and trails for dragonfl ies. Learn their amazing secrets

to fl y and fi nd food. Build your own fl ying craft and enjoy songs and

outdoor games that will keep you on the wing.

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17108 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

A favorite book comes to life, as we become entomologists.

Imaginations soar during bug games, crafts, and songs as well as

discovering real live bugs!

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17109 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Goodnight Moon, Hello Sun

When the moon goes to bed the sun comes up! We will explore cycles

of a day and use the sun to power our camp fun with art, cooking, and

games all while keeping cool.

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17110 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

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Junior Rangers at Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Be a Park Ranger for a week and earn your Junior Ranger badge. Follow

animal trails and search for footprints, chew marks, and clues. Try your

hand at wildlife identifi cation, ranger duties, and help protect nature.

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-noon 4-6 yrs $86

CM17111 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Mini Nature Camps 6-9 yrs

Mini Nature Camps are half-day camps for young elementary age

children fi lled with fun and adventure. Create crafts, play games, make

new friends, and explore the trails and habitats of the park. Campers

need to bring a snack, bottle of water, and small backpack each day.

Stories in the Forest

Forests and their inhabitants have inspired folklore around the world.

Learn about Oregon’s best forest legends at this week’s camp. Explore

the woods inside and out to fi nd inspiration for creating a book of unique

nature stories of our own that we can share with the community.

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

CM17201 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Living Dinosaurs of Cooper Mountain

Search for the closest living relatives of dinosaurs at Cooper Mountain

Nature Park. Start your search under rocks and in hidden crevices then

look to the sky. Learn about how living wildlife species and dinosaurs

are related and what fossils have taught us about their shared history.

Make your own fossil cast to take home.

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

CM17202 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Nature Detectives

Pull out your magnifying glass and put on your Sherlock Holmes hat,

because we are off to explore Cooper Mountain Nature Park to fi nd clues

to our nature mystery. Turn over logs and rocks, look for tracks, and

examine the evidence left behind by animals and plants. By the end of

the week it will be “Elementary, my dear Watson!”

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 6-9 yrs $86

CM17203 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Camp Green 10-13 yrs

Camp Green provides opportunities to delve into the scientifi c world in

which we live. Through science-based activities and exploration of how

our daily lives are intertwined with the environment, leave camp with a

renewed connection to the natural world. Field trips subject to change.

A $25 deposit option is available for this camp. See Camp Deposits and

Balances box on page 24 for details.

Extended Hours: We are offering early drop-off at the Tualatin Hills

Nature Park Interpretive Center (between 7:45-8:30 am) and late pick-up

(between 4:30-5:15 pm) for Camp Green participants. Transportation to

camp location is included in price.

Ready to Rock

Explore the world beneath our feet as we dig up the facts about

Oregon’s geology. Hunt for rocks and minerals, create topographic

models, and study erosion as we search for evidence to create and test

our theories on how Cooper Mountain came to be a mountain. The week

will include time with a local geologist and a couple of rockin’ fi eld trips.

Field Trips: Columbia River Gorge; Local rock climbing gym

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17254 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Extended Hours

7/11-7/15 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17254X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

The Super Natural

Examine mystical plants, animals, and minerals as we explore some of

Northwest Oregon’s most enchanted natural wonders. Study herbology

and discover how to use the magical properties of plants, while learning

to identify native and common species. Uncover the secrets of our

amazing native wildlife and dip your toes in a cold creek as we examine

the magical, mineral morphology of water. Finish this week of camp with

a new awareness of the lush forests, wonderful waterways, and peculiar

animals that make Oregon unique.

Field Trips: Silver Falls State Park; Latourell Falls

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17258 Cooper Mountain Nature Park

Extended Hours

8/8-8/12 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17258X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Nature Camps 503/629-6350

Greenway Park

Camps will meet at the Greenway Park outdoor shelter near the outdoor

basketball courts, on the corner of Greenway Blvd. and Parkview Loop.

Greenway Park is a regional park that connects many neighborhoods in

the southwest corner of Beaverton. From year-round wetlands to small

pockets of forest, this park provides habitats for a variety of urban

wildlife species.

BROCKMAN

125TH

x

DOWNING

GREENWAY

CONESTOGA

HALL

Greenway

Park

PARKVIEW

BURNETT

WILKENS

SCHOLLS FERRY

Camp Green 10-13 yrs

Camp Green provides opportunities to delve into the scientifi c world in

which we live. Through science-based activities and exploration of how

our daily lives are intertwined with the environment, leave camp with a

renewed connection to the natural world. Field trips subject to change.

A $25 deposit option is available for this camp. See Camp Deposits and

Balances box on page 24 for details.

Extended Hours: We are offering early drop-off at the Tualatin Hills

Nature Park Interpretive Center (between 7:45-8:30 am) and late pick-up

(between 4:30-5:15 pm) for Camp Green participants. Transportation to

camp location is included in price.

Marine Biology

From year-round residents of coastal waters to migrating blue whales,

investigate the creatures that call the ocean their home. After learning

about the life cycles of some of these animals while at our Greenway

Park base camp, we will head to the coast on two fi eld trips to study the

diversity of tidepools and estuaries, do some whale watching, and learn

about careers in the marine sciences.

Field Trips: Ecola State Park; Newport Bay

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17251 Greenway Park

Extended Hours

6/20-6/24 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17251X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

GEMINI

NIMBUS

HWY 217

WES Lightrail

Continued

Camp Green 10-13 yrs (continued)

Nature’s Zombies and Vampires

Zombies and vampires aren’t just found in books and on the big screen.

There are decomposing life forms and life-sucking parasites all over in

nature. We will spend our time looking for these organisms below the

ground, up in the trees, and in the water. Our exploration around the

park and on fi eld trips will help us fi nd where the creepiest life forms can

be found.

Field Trips: Ape Caves; Tillamook State Forest

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17255 Greenway Park

Extended Hours

7/18-7/22 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17255X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Legends and Lore of Nature

Stories have existed as a part of oral histories in civilizations around the

world and can provide explanations for the unknown in nature. Uncover

the history of some of the strange legends and local lore and see how

science eventually proved other explanations for these natural mysteries.

After exploring the local area and other mysterious sites in Northwest

Oregon, come up with your own legend to share with your friends and

families that can be passed on for generations.

Field Trips: Ridgefi eld National Wildlife Refuge; Ecola State Park

8/22-8/26 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17260 Greenway Park

Extended Hours

8/22-8/26 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17260X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Nature Camps 503/629-6350

Kaiser Woods Park

Camps will meet at the Kaiser Woods Park trail crossing on NW Snowlily

Drive, two blocks east of NW Kaiser Road. Kaiser Woods Park connects

to the eastern end of the Rock Creek Regional Trail and is an oasis

between urban neighborhoods and the rural West Hills of Portland. The

forested area of the park is full of shady spots for wildlife and people to

beat the heat of summer, while the open areas provide fi elds and ponds

for exploring.

169TH

CANTON

CIDER

162ND

KAISER

BETHANY

SPRINGVILLE

NIGHTSHADE

x FAWNLILY

WENDY

Kaiser

Woods

Park

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

SKYCREST

Camp Green 10-13 yrs

SNOWLILY

140TH

134TH

132ND

BERTANI

Camp Green provides opportunities to delve into the scientifi c world in

which we live. Through science-based activities and exploration of how

our daily lives are intertwined with the environment, leave camp with a

renewed connection to the natural world. Field trips subject to change.

A $25 deposit option is available for this camp. See Camp Deposits and

Balances box on page 24 for details.

Extended Hours: We are offering early drop-off at the Tualatin Hills

Nature Park Interpretive Center (between 7:45-8:30 am) and late pick-up

(between 4:30-5:15 pm) for Camp Green participants. Transportation to

camp location is included in price.

Giants of the Forest

Explore the world of giants by studying the life cycle of trees, forest

habitats and their inhabitants, the effects of weather and other

disturbances, and the products that forests provide. The week will

include treks through Kaiser Woods and other local parks, use of

investigative equipment, and a fi eld trip to explore old growth forests

and their ecosystems. By the end of the week we will try to have

identifi ed the largest tree in Beaverton. No camp Monday, July 4.

Field Trips: Salmon River Trail; Local parks

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $133

NP17253 Kaiser Woods Park

Extended Hours

7/5-7/8 T-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $24

NP17253X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Continued

Camp Green 10-13 yrs (continued)

Raindrops to Rivers

Explore the journey of water through our local watershed and study

the water cycle; the ecology of the watersheds (including plants and

animals); and methods of capturing, storing, and releasing water for

human use. Investigate our watershed up close while on fi eld trips

following water’s path from the mountains to the rivers, including a

paddling trip on the Willamette River.

Field Trips: Willamette River; Tualatin River

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17257 Kaiser Woods Park

Extended Hours

8/1-8/5 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17257X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

Wildlife Expedition

From waterfowl habitat preservation and fi sheries management to the

creation of migration corridors, wildlife biologists develop various ways

for native animals and humans to live together in Oregon. Explore careers

in wildlife management, identify wildlife, and hone your observation skills

while trekking through Kaiser Woods and surrounding parks, on trips to

local wildlife refuges, and during visits with wildlife rehabilitators.

Field Trips: EE Wilson Wildlife Area; Portland Audubon

8/29-9/2 M-F 9 am-4 pm 10-13 yrs $166

NP17261 Kaiser Woods Park

Extended Hours

8/29-9/2 M-F 7:45-5:15 pm 10-13 yrs $30

NP17261X Tualatin Hills Nature Park

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Tualatin Hills Athletic Center 503/629-6330

Arts of the World Camp

Explore different cultures of the world through art. Each day we

will explore a different region of the world and make several art

projects based on countries in that region. Join us for fun with visual

presentations and lots of exciting art projects.

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-2:30 pm 5-8 yrs $63

AC14201 Rm 101

8/1-8/5 M-F 3-4:30 pm 9-13 yrs $63

AC14202 Rm 101

Badminton Camp

Badminton is easy to learn and fun to play in a camp atmosphere! This

camp is designed for you to understand badminton and begin to enjoy it.

Skills you will learn include: grip, footwork, serve, net play, shots, and

more. You will enjoy the game more when you know how and when to

use these skills.

6/20-6/24 M-F 2-5 pm 5-12 yrs $84

AC17201 Ct 6

7/11-7/15 M-F 2-5 pm 5-12 yrs $84

AC17202 Ct 6

Flag Football Camp

Campers will develop football skills focusing on passing, receiving,

kicking, skilled positions and offensive and defensive strategies. Campers

will enjoy short scrimmage games and other fun games and activities.

Along with football skills, your child will learn teamwork, self-confi dence

and sportsmanship. Class will be non-contact. Campers will swim twice

during the week at the Aquatic Center.

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $115

AC17203 Ct 5

Lacrosse Camp

The lacrosse camp is to develop basic to intermediate lacrosse skills

through basic drills, games and scrimmages. Focus will be on ground

balls, stick skills, passing, and shooting. Along with lacrosse skills your

child will learn teamwork, self-confi dence and sportsmanship. Camp will

be non-contact (no pads required). Campers are encouraged to bring

their own stick. Campers will swim twice during the week at the Aquatic

Center.

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17204 Soccer Field

Tiger Basketball Camp

This camp is a great place for any young player who is looking to learn

and improve basketball skills, make new friends, enjoy other activities

and have fun! Campers will develop all basketball skills-shooting,

passing, dribbling, rebounding and defense. Camp will give the kind of

focused, intensive training that is essential to improvement. Your child

will learn teamwork, cooperation and build up confi dence. Campers will

swim twice during the week at the Aquatic Center.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17205 Ct 4

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17206 Ct 4

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17207 Ct 4

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17208 Ct 4

Tiger Soccer Camp

Campers will develop soccer fundamentals skills and proper soccer

techniques through activities and short scrimmage games as well

as enjoying other fun games and activities in this camp. This camp

emphasizes teamwork, fair play, fun, cooperation and building

confi dence. Campers will swim twice during the week at the Aquatic

Center.

6/27-7/1 M-F 9am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17209 Soccer Field

7/11-7/15 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17210 Soccer Field

7/25-7/29 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17211 Soccer Field

8/1-8/5 M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17212 Soccer Field

Sports Madness Camp

Sports Madness Camp serves as an introduction to sports for children

wanting to learn a variety of sports. The camp environment and

curriculum is based on true sports instruction and fun in hopes of

planting the seeds for a lifetime of sports passion, appreciation and

above all participation. Campers will swim twice during the week.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17213 Ct 4

7/5-7/8 T-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $115

AC17214 Ct 4

7/18-7/22 M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17215 Ct 4

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17216 Ct 4

8/15-8/19 M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17217 Ct 4

www.thprd.org Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District


Tualatin Hills Athletic Center 503/629-6330

Volleyball Camp

Volleyball Camp is an exciting and fun time for young athletes to

compete and train in the sport they love. Skill mastery, enthusiasm,

intensity and life skills training make this camp a perfect fi t for those

who love the sport of volleyball. Knee pads not provided with camp.

6/27-7/1 M-F 2-5 pm 13-17 yrs $85

AC17218 Ct 6

7/18-7/22 M-F 2-5 pm 9-13 yrs $85

AC17219 Ct 6

AC Before Camp Fun

Do you have to be at work before your child’s camp begins? You can

sign your camper up for this before care program. Athletic Center and

Aquatic Center Camp participants welcome. Fun activities are planned

each day. Drop-ins welcome, $5; no pre-registration necessary.

6/20-6/24 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17221 Rm 101

6/27-7/1 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17222 Rm 101

7/5-7/8 T-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $19

AC17223 Rm 101

7/11-7/15 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17224 Rm 101

7/18-7/22 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17225 Rm 101

7/25-7/29 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17226 Rm 101

8/1-8/5 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17227 Rm 101

8/8-8/12 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17228 Rm 101

8/15-8/19 M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17229 Rm 101

AC After Camp Fun

You don’t have to get off work early to pick up your child from camp!

Sign your camper up for this after care program. Athletic Center and

Aquatic Center Camp participants welcome. Fun activities are planned

each day. Drop-ins welcome $5; no pre-registration necessary. Please

check in at the Athletic Center front desk in the morning.

6/20-6/24 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17230 Rm 101

6/27-7/1 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17231 Rm 101

7/5-7/8 T-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $23

AC17232 Rm 101

Continued

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

AC After Camp Fun (continued)

7/11-7/15 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17233 Rm 101

7/18-7/22 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17234 Ct 5

7/25-7/29 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17235 Rm 101

8/1-8/5 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17236 Rm 101

8/8-8/12 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17237 Rm 101

8/15-8/19 M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17238 Ct 5

Camps by Indoor Goals

Held at the Tualatin Hills Outdoor Rink on SW 158th in Beaverton and at

Indoor Goals located at 16340 NW Bethany Ct., Beaverton. Please call

Indoor Goals at 503/629-9500 to register.

Floor Hockey Camp

Dribble, pass, shoot and score! Learn everybody’s favorite sport. Learn

stick and ball handling, passing, shooting, drills, game format, positional

play, rules and more. Classes will be taught by Indoor Goals’ Hockey

Travel Team Coaches.

Please call Indoor Goals at 503/629-9500 to register.

6/20-6/24 M-F 9-11 am $100

Inline Skating Camp

Learn fast. Be safe. Have fun learning to skate with Indoor Goals skating

school. Safe, effective instruction in stance, balance, skating stride,

how to stop, how to turn, how to avoid falling down, how to control

momentum, and how to skate backwards. As the week progresses, learn

cross over turns, and forward to backward transition. By the end of the

week you’ll be skating like a pro! Equipment is available to rent for $10.

Please reserve equipment early! Required equipment for inline skating

camps: Inline skates, helmet (bike helmet OK), Knee pads, elbow pads

strongly recommended.

Session 1: 6/20-6/24 M-F 1-3 pm $100

Session 2: 6/27-7/1 M-F 1-3 pm $100

Skating/Soccer Combo Camp

Inline Skating at the outdoor rink on Monday and Tuesday, and Indoor

Soccer at Indoor Goals on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Required equipment for inline skating camps: Inline skates, helmet (bike

helmet OK). Knee pads and elbow pads strongly recommended.

7/25-7/29 M-F 1-3 pm $100

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Media Camps for Teens

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fi lmmaker? Use

HD cameras, write scripts, create a stop motion animation, edit with

Final Cut PRO – all of this using the latest technology. Spend your week

totally immersed in a creative summer program at THPRD in partnership

with Portland Community Media.

Field Production – Documentary

Explore the exciting fi eld of digital fi lmmaking in this hands-on, week

program in basic documentary production. Participants will learn camera,

sound, select topics, conduct research, script writing, storyboard and

interview techniques to shoot and edit a documentary. Students will

work in groups producing their own documentaries in a real-life setting

using the latest JVC HD cameras. No previous fi lmmaking experience

required – but a passion for storytelling is a must! Premier showing of

all fi lms produced in the camps will be shown the evening of August 26

at a red carpet event for families and friends. Location and time to be

announced. This camp is held at the Athletic Center.

7/11-7/15 M-F 1:30-4:30 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17301 Rm 101

Digital Storytelling

Participants will learn to weave together images, fi rst person narration

and music to tell personal stories using Final Cut PRO software. The

instructor will guide students to write well-structured narrations and

make creative use of visuals and audio for dramatic effect. The class

is great for those who want to share memoirs, community stories or

organizational profi les from their point of view. Students are encouraged

to begin organizing photos for the project in advance of the fi rst class.

Premier showing of all fi lms produced in the camps will be shown the

evening of August 26 at a red carpet event for families and friends.

Location and time to be announced. This camp is held at Conestoga.

7/18-7/22 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17505

Stop Motion – Animation

Travel through the world of Stop Motion Animation. Participants will

explore various aspects of animation. With the use of cameras, Final

Cut PRO software participants will use their imaginations and creativity

to bring a short story to life. No previous experience required. Premier

showing of all fi lms produced in the camps will be shown the evening of

August 26 at a red carpet event for families and friends. Location and

time to be announced. This camp is held at the Athletic Center.

7/25-7/29 M-F 1:30-4:30 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17302 Rm 101

Media Camps for Teens (continued)

Field Production – Narrative Movie

Explore the exciting fi eld of digital fi lmmaking in this hands-on, week

program in basic narrative fi lm production. Participants will work in

groups and individually learning script writing, storyboard, character

development, acting, camera, sound, pick your genre and shoot your

fi ction movie. No previous fi lmmaking experience required. Premier

showing of all fi lms produced in the camps will be shown the evening of

August 26 at a red carpet event for families and friends. Location and

time to be announced. This camp is held at Conestoga.

8/1-8/5 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17507

Studio Production

Would you like to be on the telly? This is your opportunity. ..3..2..1

Action! Learn how to direct, produce and shoot a TV show at Portland

Community Media studio using HD equipment, including switcher,

teleprompter and character generator. Have fun while learning to

operate TV cameras and audio equipment in this weeklong workshop.

Manage the studio fl oor and/or serve as host. Pick a topic and produce

a program that will be broadcast online and on channel POP29 Comcast.

No previous experience required. Bus transportation to and from the

Portland Youth Media Center. Premier showing of all fi lms produced in

the camps will be shown the evening of August 26 at a red carpet event

for families and friends. Location and time to be announced. This camp

will meet at the Athletic Center.

8/8-8/12 M-F 9 am-2 pm 13-17 yrs $200

AC17303 Rm 101

Editing Final Cut Pro

In this workshop participants will explore concepts of editing while

developing a basic understanding of Apple’s Final Cut Pro editing

software. Students will learn the basics of capturing video/audio, project

management, trimming sequences, video generating, creating titles.

Workshop participants work on individual MacBook Pro laptops. Premier

showing of all fi lms produced in the camps will be shown the evening of

August 26 at a red carpet event for families and friends. Location and

time to be announced. This camp is held at Conestoga.

8/15-8/19 M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17509

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Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center

503/629-6310

Aqua Camp (Ages 7-12 yrs)

Come join us for a day fi lled with exciting outdoor games and a splashing

good time in the pool. Bring a sack lunch, swim suit and towel each day.

Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes (no “slip-ons”, no open toe) for

playing outside are a must.

Half hour swim lesson is included each day. Sign up for as many

sessions as you like.

Drop off starts at 8:30 am. Swim lesson starts promptly at 9 am.

6/27-6/30

AQ14200

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

7/11-7/14

AQ14201

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

7/18-7/21

AQ14202

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

7/25-7/28

AQ14203

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

8/8-8/11

AQ14204

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

8/15-8/18

AQ14205

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

8/22-8/25

AQ14206

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

8/29-9/1

AQ14207

M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133

Do you have to be at work before your child’s

camp begins? Do you have to get off work early

to pick your child up from camp?

You can sign up your camper for before and/or after care at the

Athletic Center. Aquatic Center Camp participants welcome. Fun

activities are planned each day. Drop-ins welcome, $5; no preregistration

necessary. Please check in at the Athletic Center front

desk in the morning to pay for afternoon drop-in. See details page

35.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District www.thprd.org

Sunset Day Camp (Ages 7-12 yrs)

Is this your first time registering at THPRD?

Sunset Swim Center

503/629-6315

It’s the end of summer, a week before the start of school. Get your last

chance for some fun at Sunset Swim Center for Sunset Day Camp!

Bring a sack lunch, swimsuit and towel, comfortable clothes and closed

toed shoes, but don’t forget to bring a BIG smile!

Pool time, crafts, and outdoor activities daily!

8/29

SS15100

M 8 am-5:30 pm $44

8/30

SS15101

T 8 am-5:30 pm $44

8/31

SS15102

W 8 am-5:30 pm $44

9/1

SS15103

Th 8 am-5:30 pm $44

9/2

SS15104

F 8 am-5:30 pm $44

To take a class, you will fi rst need to obtain a THPRD Residency Card. Complete the registration form and bring it

to any THPRD facility along with proofs of residency (Oregon driver’s license and one other document that proves

residency). Once you receive your card, you can register by phone, online, mail, fax or in person. You can begin

registering on April 16.

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Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Aquatics

Main Aquatics Offi ce:

Howard M. Terpenning

Recreation Complex

15707 SW Walker Road

Beaverton, OR 97006-5941

503/645-6433 Fax: 503/629-6301

Personnel

Sharon Hoffmeister, Superintendent of

Aquatic Program Services

THPRD Swim Policies

Copies of our swim policies are available at

the front desk of each swim center. We are

not responsible for lost or stolen articles.

Please leave valuables at home. Group

registration information may also be obtained

by contacting any swim center.

Holidays / Rentals / Lessons

Please refer to individual pool schedules.

Delays and Closures

There will be occasions when swim centers

are closed or schedules delayed due to

special events. THPRD makes every effort

to announce such changes in advance.

Please check pool schedules for up-to-date

information on the Web at www.thprd.org.

Dressing Rooms

Children ages 6 and older must use the

dressing room of their own gender. Aloha,

Beaverton, Conestoga, Harman and Tualatin

Hills Aquatic Center are equipped with

family changing rooms available for families

and/or individuals with disabilities requiring

assistance or special accommodations. All

other individuals must use gender-specifi c

dressing rooms.

Aquatics Advisory Committee

Ginny Baynes, Kristina Britton,

Gene Darrah, Janel Hill, Kathy Johnson,

Julia Kegg, SheiIa McCarroll,

Jon Schieltz and Lorene Sjoblom

The Aquatics Advisory Committee is

composed of community members who

receive public input in regard to Aquatics

and make recommendations on behalf of the

residents of the district.

Drop-in Swimming at THPRD

Open Swim: Unstructured recreational swim for

all ages. Children under 10 years of age, must

be visually supervised by a parent, guardian or

caregiver at least 15 years of age. Children under

7 years of age must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver at least 15

years of age. (for more details, please refer to

our District Safety Rules on page 10). Swim test

required for children swimming in water over

their head.

Family Swim: Unstructured recreational swim for all ages. Children under 18

years must be accompanied in the water by a parent. Swim test required for

children swimming in water over their head.

Lap Swim: A fi tness swim for those who can safely swim continuous laps while

following all rules of etiquette for lap swim, including circle swimming. Lap

Swim is for adults unless noted on the schedule as an All-Age Lap Swim.

Tualatin Hills Thunderbolts

Swim Club

Offi ce: 503/629-5568

www.thunderboltswimming.org

Tualatin Hills Dive Club

Joe Lyons: 503/645-2863

www.tualatinhillsdiveclub.com

Tualatin Hills Synchro Club

John Ortiz

www.thillssynchroclub.org

503/533-0831

General Admission

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults: $3.50

Seniors and Youths 17 and under: $2.50

Households: $10

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used. See page 6 for information.

We offer private and semi-private

lessons at our swim centers,

based on instructor availability.

Private Swim Lessons

Private Lessons:

$20 per ½ hr ID

Competitive Programs

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $7.50

Semi-Private Lessons:

$16 per ½ hr ID

Tualatin Hills Water Polo Club

Chris Ackerman

503/645-8626 or

www.thillswaterpolo.org

Tualatin Hills Barracuda Masters

Swim Club (adults only)

Elizabeth Harrison:

503/550-2258

membership@barracudas.org

www.barracudas.org

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Preschool Swimming

Ages 3-6 years and have not started the fi rst grade. Must be

toilet-trained - no diapers.

No goggles are permitted in levels A&B

A Level A is an initial adjustment to the water environment.

Swimmers will experience bubble blowing, fully submerging

their head, and exploring the water while on their front and

back. Upon successful completion, swimmers will be able to

glide on front with assistance for two body lengths, roll to

back with assistance and fl oat with support for fi ve seconds.

B Level B is a basic swimming class where swimmers will

gain confi dence fl oating and moving independently for short

distances while on their front and back Upon successful

completion, the swimmer will be able to enter the water

unassisted, steamboat two body lengths and wing and kick

on their back two body lengths.

C Level C will build confi dence for the swimmer to perform

longer distances of steamboats and winging and kicking. The

crawl stroke, backstroke, side breathing will be introduced.

Upon successful completion, the swimmer will be able to

jump in and swim fi ve armstrokes. The swimmer will also be

able to push off and steamboat three body lengths, roll to

back and wing and kick on back for three body lengths.

D Level D will focus on developing crawl stroke, an introduction

to elementary backstroke and treading water. Swimmers will

also practice performing skills for longer distances. Upon

successful completion, swimmer will be able to jump in and

swim crawl stroke (fi ve breaths) change position and wing

and kick on back to the wall. Swimmer will also be able jump

in and swim on back (wing and kick) for 25 yds.

Preschool age participants who successfully complete Level

D may proceed in registering for School Age Swimming Level

3 to continue their swimming progressions.

Please note: Safety skills are an integral part of the Learn To Swim

program. Appropriate safety skills will be introduced at each level.

School-age Swimming

Ages 6-12 and have started the fi rst grade.

No goggles are permitted in levels 1 & 2

1 Level 1 is an initial adjustment to the water environment.

Swimmers will experience bubble blowing, fully submerging

their head, and exploring the water while on their front and

back. Upon successful completion, swimmers will be able to

enter the water unassisted as well as fl oat and glide on their

front and back unassisted. They will also steamboat for two

body lengths, roll to back and fl oat on back for ten seconds.

2 Level 2 is a basic swimming class where swimmers will gain

confi dence fl oating and moving short distances while on their

front and back independently. The crawl stroke, backstroke,

side breathing will be introduced. Upon successful

completion, the swimmer will be able to enter the water

unassisted, steamboat fi ve body lengths, roll to back and

wing and kick on back fi ve body lengths. Swimmers will also

be able to jump in and swim fi ve armstrokes.

THPRD Learn to Swim Program

2½ Level 2½ will focus on

developing crawl stroke, an

introduction to elementary

backstroke and treading

water and combined back.

Treading water will be

introduced. Upon successful

completion, swimmer will

be able to jump in and swim

crawl stroke (fi ve breaths)

change position and wing

and kick on back to the wall. Swimmer will also be able to

jump in and swim on back (wing and kick) for 25 yds.

3 Level 3 will focus on developing crawl stroke and introduced

to elementary backstroke. Swimmers will also practice

performing skills for longer distances. Upon successful

completion, swimmer will be able to jump in and swim

crawl stroke for 15 yards, roll to back and swim elementary

backstroke the remainder of the 25 yards.

3½ Level 3½ introduces breaststroke, butterfl y, and basic diving.

The focus will be increased profi ciency and endurance of

crawl stroke, elementary backstroke and backstroke. Upon

successful completion swimmers will be able to jump in and

swim crawl stroke 25 yards, tread water 30 seconds and

swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards.

4 Level 4 focuses on developing breaststroke and butterfl y as

well as increased profi ciency and endurance of crawl stroke,

elementary backstroke and backstroke. Upon successful

completion the swimmer will be able to jump in and swim

crawl stroke for 25 yards and breaststroke for 25 yards with

open turns. Swimmers will also swim 25 yards backstroke

and 25 yards elementary backstroke and tread water for 1

minute.

5 Level 5 will introduce sidestroke and fl ip turns. The focus

will be increased profi ciency and endurance of all strokes

previously introduced. Upon successful completion, swimmer

will be able to dive in, swim 100 yards in (25 yards each of

butterfl y, backstroke, breaststroke and crawl stroke).

Advanced Swimming

Advanced swimmers will work on the following competitive

strokes to ensure effi ciency: freestyle (crawl stroke), back

crawl, breaststroke, and butterfl y. The intent of this level is

to refi ne strokes so swimmers swim them with ease.

Fitness Swimmer

The fi tness swimmer will use a pace clock, pull buoys, fi ns,

hand paddles, and training principles. The intent of this level

is to refi ne strokes so swimmers swim them with ease. Upon

successful completion, you will swim 500 yards continuously

using the following order: front crawl, 100 yards; back crawl,

100 yards; breaststroke, 50 yards; elementary backstroke,

50 yards; sidestroke 50 yards; butterfl y 50 yards; and choice

of stroke, 100 yards. You will also perform the Cooper

12-minute swim test and compare results with the preassessment

results.

Please note: Safety skills are an integral part of the Learn To Swim

program. Appropriate safety skills will be introduced at each level.

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Aquatics Information

Aquatic Fitness Programs

Fitness passes are available for the following:

Aquarobics

An exercise class in shallow water.

Healing Waters/Adaptive Exercise

A drop-in structured swim designed for those

with disabilities. ADA water/aquatic lift. (Harman

only.)

Back and Arthritis Exercise

A very low-key stretching class designed for

those who have back problems, arthritis, or are

recovering from surgery (Beaverton only).

Deep Water Aerobics

An exercise class in the deep water. Floatation

belts are provided.

Pregnancy Fitness

A water exercise program designed for expectant

mothers throughout all stages of pregnancy.

Ai Chi

Shallow water relaxation and balance class.

Water Exercise

Fitness Scale 1-5

(1) Zero to very low intensity in the water.

Level one classes are water relaxation

classes. Focus on breathing, meditation

and range of movement. No experience

needed, acceptable for all fi tness levels.

(2) Low to moderate intensity. Focus

is on stretching, range of motion,

and balance. No experience needed,

acceptable for all fi tness levels.

(3) Moderate intensity. Focus is on range

of motion, stretching, and aerobic

activity. Great program for those new or

returning to exercise.

(4) Moderate to high intensity. Focus is on

range of motion, stretching, and medium

aerobic activity.

(5) High intensity. Focus on strength, range

of motion, and building aerobic activity.

This will include 30-40 minutes of

aerobic activity.

All classes last 55 minutes unless otherwise

written.

Baby and Me / Toddler and Me

Babies (6 mos-2 yrs)/toddlers (2-3 yrs)

Water adjustment class for parent and

child. Basic skills are introduced with

games and songs. Swim diapers required.

You & Your Preschooler

(3-5 yrs 11 mths)

A water adjustment class for preschool

students who have had diffi culty

transitioning to a class without parent

participation. Basic skills from Levels

A and B are introduced, with parent

participation in the water.

Developmentally Disabled and

Physically Limited Swimming

An instruction program for all ages and

abilities. Our trained instructors provide

a one-on-one learning opportunity. ADA

water/aquatic lift. (Beaverton only.)

Diving Instruction - Prerequisite:

• 25 yds. crawl and 25 yds. on back.

• Levels 1 and 2 - Class will teach

basics.

• Levels 3 and 4 - For continuing

divers.

Specialized Instruction

Lifeguard Training

(Ages 15+ yrs)

Course focuses on the job of

a lifeguard in a swimming pool

environment. Emphasis is on victim

recognition, surveillance, equipmentbased

rescues and fi rst aid and

CPR for the professional rescuer.

For prerequisites and certifi cation

requirements, contact swim centers.

Junior Lifeguarding

(Ages 12-15 yrs, Level 4+)

Participants receive comprehensive

training in the knowledge and

skills necessary to prepare for the

lifeguard training program as well as

an opportunity to be trained as an

instructor aide. Participants must be

able to swim 300 yards and tread

water for two minutes.

Merit Badge and Skill Award

For Boy Scouts wishing to obtain their

swimming Merit Badge. Scout leaders,

contact Aloha, Beaverton, Harman or

HMT Aquatic Centers.

Aquatics Professional Training

Lifeguard Training

Aquatic Center 6/6-9, 6/13-16 M-Th 4:30-7 pm $179 AQ45400

(Pretest AQ45401 June 4 Sat Noon)

Conestoga 8/15-8/19 M-F 8:30 am-3:30 pm $179 CA15401

Junior Lifeguard/Instructor Aide

Must be able to swim 300 yards and tread water for two minutes.

Aquatic Center 7/26-8/4 T/Th 9 am-1 pm $98 AQ14300

Beaverton 6/28 - 7/28 T/Th 10-11:30 am $98 BV15201

Beaverton 8/2-9/1 T/Th 10-11:30 am $98 BV15202

Conestoga 8/8-8/15 M-F 9:30 am-12:30 pm $98 CA15400

Harman 6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-5:25 pm $98 HM14300

Sunset 7/7 - 7/21 T/Th 1-4 pm $98 SS15000

Sunset 7/28 - 8/11 T/Th 1-4 pm $98 SS15001

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

209TH

TUALATIN VALLEY HWY (8)

198TH

KINNAMAN

Aloha

Swim

Center

185TH

FARMINGTON

18650 SW Kinnaman Road

Aloha, 97007 503/629-6311

TriMet Routes #52, 57

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Diana Waterstreet

Aloha Swim Center offers:

ADA Aquatic Lift, Family Changing Rooms

Average Pool Temperature: 85°

Offi ce Hours:

Monday-Friday 7 am-9:30 pm

Saturday/Sunday 1-7 pm

Holiday Schedule:

7/4 No Lessons; Regular Schedule 7-9:30 am

Noon-3:15 pm

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults: $3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under: $2.50

Households: $10

General Admission

Aloha Swim Center

170TH

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

Aquatic Fitness Programs

Drop-in Fitness Programs

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatic drop-in fi tness

classes where pre-registration is not required.

20 Visits: $60 ID $45 for ID Seniors*

20 Visits: $60 OD Adults and Seniors with assessment

Single Visit: $4.25 ID $12.75 OD without assessment.

*No discount for OD Seniors

Aquarobics (shallow) - Fitness Pass

(Fitness

Scale)

M/W/F 8:30-9:30 am 6/20-9/5 (3-4)

M/W 8:30-9:30 pm 6/20-8/31 (2-3)

Deep Water Aerobics

M/W/F 7:30-8:25 am 6/20-9/5 (3-4)

M/W 8:30-9:30 pm 6/20-8/31 (4-5)

T/Th 7:30-8:25 am 6/21-9/1 (3-4)

T/Th 6:30-7:30 pm 6/21-9/1 (5)

T/Th 8:30-9:30 pm 6/21-9/1 (4-5)

Pregnancy Fitness

M/W 6:30-7:30 pm 6/20-9/1 (2-3)

T/Th 8:15-9:15 pm 6/21-9/1 (2-3)

Water Walking (all independent)

M/W/F 7:30-8:30 am 6/20-9/5 (1-2)

T/Th 7:30-8:25 am 6/21-9/1 (1-2)

Summer Splash Swim Teams

A recreational swim team for youth ages 5-17 years who can

swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke. Swim

meets on some Saturdays.

6/27-8/13 M/W/F 4:30-5:30 pm $125 AL14200

Competitive/Splash Skills & Techniques

(For swimmers who can swim 25 yds crawl stroke and 25 yds.

back stroke, who want to work on competitive stroke technique

and skills such as diving and turns).

6/28-7/7 T/Th 5:30-6 pm $21 AL14283

7/12-7/21 T/Th 5:30-6 pm $21 AL14284

7/26-8/4 T/Th 5:30-6 pm $21 AL14285

8/9-8/11 T/Th 5:30-6 pm $11 AL14286

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

Aloha Swim Center 503/629-6311

18650 SW Kinnaman Road, Aloha

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Diana Waterstreet

TriMet Bus #52 & 57

Average Pool Temperature: 85°

*Limited lanes available.

Holiday Schedule: 7/4 No Lessons; Regular

schedule 7-9:30 am, Noon-3:15 pm

^No lndependent DW 6/21-6/23 8:30-9:30 am

AM Lap 7:30-8:30 starting 8/22 due to AHS

Water Polo

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

7:30-8:25

DW Aerobics/

Water Walking/

Lap Swim

8:30-9:30

SW Aquarobics/

Independent DW

9:30-11:50

Instruction

AFTERNOON

11:55-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:15

Open Swim

3:15-7:30

Instruction

4:30-5:30

Summer Splash

EVENING

5:30-6:30

All Age Lap*/

Instruction

6:30-7:30

Preg. Fitness/

Instruction

7:40-8:30

Open Swim

8:30-9:30

SW Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

7:30-8:25

DW Aerobics/

Water Walking

8:30-9:00

Adult Instruction

Independent DW^

8:30-11:50

Instruction

11:55-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:15

Open Swim

3:15-7:30

Instruction

5:30-6:30

All Age Lap*/

Instruction

6:30-7:30

DW Aerobics/

Instruction

7:40-8:30

Open Swim

8:15-9:15

Preg. Fitness/

Adult Inst.

8:30-9:30

DW Aerobics/

Teen/Adult

Instruction

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

7:30-8:25

DW Aerobics/

Water Walking/

8:30-9:30

SW Aquarobics/

Independent DW

9:30-11:50

Instruction

11:55-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:15

Open Swim

3:15-7:30

Instruction

4:30-5:30

Summer Splash

5:30-6:30

All Age Lap*/

Instruction

6:30-7:30

Preg. Fitness/

Instruction

7:40-8:30

Open Swim

8:30-9:30

SW Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

7:30-8:25

DW Aerobics/

Water Walking

8:30-9:00

Adult Instruction

Independent DW^

8:30-11:50

Instruction

11:55-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:15

Open Swim

3:15-7:30

Instruction

5:30-6:30

All Age Lap*/

Instruction

6:30-7:30

DW Aerobics/

Instruction

7:40-8:30

Open Swim

8:15-9:15

Preg. Fitness/

Adult Inst.

8:30-9:30

DW Aerobics/

Teen/Adult

Instruction

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

7:30-8:25

DW Aerobics/

Water Walking/

8:30-9:30

SW Aquarobics/

Independent DW

9:30-11:50

Instruction

11:55-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:15

Open Swim

3:15-7:30

Instruction

4:30-5:30

Summer Splash

5:30-6:30

All Age Lap*/

Instruction

6:30-7:30

Instruction

7:40-8:30

Open Swim

8:30-10:00

Pool Rentals

7:00-11:00

Summer Splash

Meets

ADA/aquatic

lift & family changing

rooms available

11:30-1:00

Pool Rentals

1:00-2:00

All Age Lap

2:00-4:00

Open Swim

4:00-5:00

All Age Lap

5:00-7:00

Open Swim

Pool Rentals

11:00-1:00

Pool Rentals

1:00-2:00

All Age Lap

2:00-4:00

Open Swim

4:00-5:00

All Age Lap

5:00-7:00

Open Swim

Pool Rentals

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Aloha Swim Center 503/629-6311

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

Beginning Swimming Skills

New Level

Information

on page 49

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $48 AL11000

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11001

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11002

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11003

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11004

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $48 AL11005

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11006

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11007

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11008

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11009

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $43 AL11025

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $64 AL11026

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $48 AL11027

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $43 AL11028

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $64 AL11029

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $48 AL11030

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $43 AL11035

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $64 AL11036

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $48 AL11037

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $43 AL11038

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $64 AL11039

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $48 AL11040

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $43 AL11050

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $64 AL11051

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $48 AL11052

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $43 AL11053

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $64 AL11054

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $48 AL11055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL11062

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL11063

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL11064

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL11065

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL11066

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL11067

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL11075

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL11076

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL11077

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL11078

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL11079

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL11080

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:55-5:2 pm $53 AL11081

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL11082

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL11089

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL11090

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL11091

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL11092

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels C & D

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $48 AL11100

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11101

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11102

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11103

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL11104

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $48 AL11105

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11106

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11107

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11108

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL11109

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $43 AL11125

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $64 AL11126

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $48 AL11127

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $43 AL11128

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $64 AL11129

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $48 AL11130

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $43 AL11135

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $64 AL11136

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $48 AL11137

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $43 AL11138

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $64 AL11139

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $48 AL11140

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $43 AL11150

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $64 AL11151

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $48 AL11152

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $43 AL11153

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $64 AL11154

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $48 AL11155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL11162

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL11163

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL11164

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL11165

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL11166

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL11167

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL11175

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL11176

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL11177

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL11178

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL11179

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL11180

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL11181

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL11182

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL11189

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL11190

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL11191

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL11192

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Aloha Swim Center 503/629-6311

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Levels 1 & 2

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $48 AL12000

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12001

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12002

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12003

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12004

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $48 AL12005

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12006

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12007

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12008

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12009

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $43 AL12025

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $64 AL12026

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $48 AL12027

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $43 AL12028

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $64 AL12029

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $48 AL12030

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $43 AL12035

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $64 AL12036

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $48 AL12037

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $43 AL12038

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $64 AL12039

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $48 AL12040

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $43 AL12050

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $64 AL12051

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $48 AL12052

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $43 AL12053

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $64 AL12054

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $48 AL12055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL12062

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL12063

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL12064

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL12065

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL12066

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL12067

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL12075

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL12076

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL12077

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL12078

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL12079

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL12080

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL12081

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL12082

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL12089

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL12090

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL12091

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL12092

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Levels 2½ & 3

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $48 AL12100

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12101

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12102

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12103

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL12104

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $48 AL12105

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12106

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12107

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12108

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL12109

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $43 AL12125

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $64 AL12126

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $48 AL12127

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $43 AL12128

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $64 AL12129

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $48 AL12130

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $43 AL12135

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $64 AL12136

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $48 AL12137

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $43 AL12138

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $64 AL12139

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $48 AL12140

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $43 AL12150

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $64 AL12151

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $48 AL12152

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $43 AL12153

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $64 AL12154

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $48 AL12155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL12162

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 AL12163

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL12164

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL12165

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL12166

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL12167

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL12175

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL12176

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL12177

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL12178

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL12179

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL12180

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL12181

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL12182

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL12189

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL12190

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL12191

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL12192

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Aloha Swim Center 503/629-6311

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Level 3½

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $48 AL13005

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL13006

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL13007

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL13008

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $53 AL13009

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $43 AL13025

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $64 AL13026

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:35-10:05 am $48 AL13027

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $43 AL13035

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $64 AL13036

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $48 AL13037

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $43 AL13053

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $64 AL13054

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $48 AL13055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL13064

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $53 AL13065

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL13077

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $53 AL13078

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL13081

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $53 AL13082

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL13089

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:30-7 pm $53 AL13090

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL13091

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:05-7:35 pm $53 AL13092

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 4 & 5

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $48 AL13100

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13101

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13102

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13103

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13104

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $43 AL13128

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $64 AL13129

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:10-10:40 am $48 AL13130

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $43 AL13138

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $64 AL13139

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $48 AL13140

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $43 AL13150

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $64 AL13151

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:30-7 pm $48 AL13152

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL13166

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL13167

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL13175

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL13176

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL13179

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:25-4:55 pm $53 AL13180

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 AL13187

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 AL13188

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Level 6 Fitness Swimmer

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $48 AL13200

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13201

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13202

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13203

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:45-11:15 am $53 AL13204

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $43 AL13238

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $64 AL13239

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 3:55-4:25 pm $48 AL13240

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL13266

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:10-10:40 am $53 AL13267

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL13275

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:20-3:50 pm $53 AL13276

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 AL13287

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 AL13288

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Aloha Swim Center 503/629-6311

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby/Toddler & Me

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $29 AL14031

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $44 AL14032

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $33 AL14033

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $29 AL14053

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $44 AL14054

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:05-7:35 pm $33 AL14055

School Age Level 1 & 2 with ADD/ADHD

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $55 AL13362

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $55 AL13363

Teen/Adult Swimming Skills - Beginning

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:25-8:55 am $53 AL14360

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:25-8:55 am $53 AL14361

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:30-9 pm $53 AL14393

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:30-9 pm $53 AL14394

Teen/Adult Swimming Skills - Intermediate

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:25-8:55 am $53 AL14460

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:25-8:55 am $53 AL14461

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Private & Semi-Private Lessons

(Additional lessons available—call center for times)

6/27-7/1 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15000

7/5-7/8 T/W/T/F 11:20-11:50 am $80 AL15001

7/11-7/15 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15002

7/18-7/22 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15003

7/25-7/29 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15004

8/1-8/5 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15005

8/8-8/12 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15006

8/15-8/19 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15007

8/22-8/26 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15008

8/29-9/2 M-F 11:20-11:50 am $100 AL15009

6/27-7/1 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15010

7/6-7/8 W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $40 AL15011

7/11-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15012

7/18-7/22 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15013

7/11-7/15 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15014

8/1-8/5 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15015

8/8-8/12 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15016

8/15-8/19 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15017

8/22-8/26 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15018

8/29-9/2 M/W/F 3:20-3:50 pm $60 AL15019

6/28-7/14 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $120 AL15020

7/19-7/28 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $80 AL15021

8/2-8/18 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $120 AL15022

8/23-9/1 T/Th 9:35-10:05 am $80 AL15023

6/28-7/14 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $120 AL15024

7/19-7/28 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $80 AL15025

8/2-8/18 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $120 AL15026

8/23-9/1 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $80 AL15027

6/28-7/14 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $120 AL15028

7/19-7/28 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $80 AL15029

8/2-8/18 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $120 AL15030

8/23-9/1 T/Th 3:50-4:20 pm $80 AL15031

6/28-7/14 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $120 AL15032

7/19-7/28 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $80 AL15033

8/2-8/18 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $120 AL15034

8/23-9/1 T/Th 4:55-5:25 pm $80 AL15035

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Beaverton Swim Center

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Swim Center

Beaverton Swim Center

12850 SW 3rd Street

Beaverton, 97005 503/629-6312

TriMet Routes #52, 76 & 78

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Sharron Patapoff

Beaverton Swim Center offers:

ADA Handicapped Lift • Family Changing Rooms

Average Pool Temperature: 86°

Hours:

Monday-Friday 7 am - 9:30 pm

Saturday 7:30 am - 4 pm

Sunday 11 am - 4 pm

Facility Closures: 7/4

No Lessons: 7/2, 7/3

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Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

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cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

Aquatic Fitness Programs

Drop-in Fitness Programs

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatics drop-in fi tness

classes where pre-registration is not required.

20 Visits: $60 ID $45 for ID Seniors*

20 Visits: $60 OD Adults and Seniors with assessment

Single Visit: $4.25 ID $12.75 OD without assessment.

*No discount for OD Seniors

Aquarobics

(Fitness

Scale)

M/W/F 11:30-12:30 pm 6/20-9/2 (3-5)

Deep Water Aerobics

M/W/F 7-8 am 6/20-9/2 (3-5)

M/W/F 5:45-6:45 pm 6/20-9/2 (3-5)

T/Th 7-8 am 6/21-9/1 (3-5)

T/Th 11:30-12:30 pm 6/21-9/1 (3-5)

T/Th 8:30-9:30 pm 6/21-9/1 (3-5)

S 7:50-8:50 am 6/25-9/3 (3-5)

Su 11-Noon 6/26-9/4 (3-5)

Back & Arthritis Exercise

M/W/F 12:30-1:30 pm 6/20-9/2 (2)

Summer Splash Swim Teams

Ages 5-17 yrs. Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke,

25 yards back stroke. Recreational swim team.

Swim meets on Saturday mornings. District meet 8/13.

6/27 -8/12 M/W/F 3-3:55 pm $125 BV14225

Birthday Parties

& Pool Rentals

You may rent our pool and/or party room. Call the

Beaverton Swim Center today for complete details!

Summer’s End Food Drive

August 15 - September 4

Please join the staff at the Beaverton Swim Center in

gathering non-perishable food items to be donated to

the Oregon Food Bank-Washington County. The food

bank also accepts donations of fresh produce.

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

Beaverton Swim Center 503/629-6312

12850 SW 3rd St., Beaverton, 97005

Facility Supervisor: Sharron Patapoff

Average Pool Temperature: 86°

TriMet Bus #52, 76 and 78

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

7:00-8:25

All Age Lap (6/20-8/22)

Aquajog lane

DW Aerobics (7-8)

8:30-11:20

Instruction &

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

8:30-9:00

Teen/Adult Inst.

11:30-12:30

Aquarobics

11:30-1:30

All Age Lap^

12:30-1:30

Back-Arthritis

Exercise

AFTERNOON

12:30-1:00

Baby,Toddler & Me

1:35-2:55

Open/Family Swim/

Adult Lap (1-2 lns)

3:00-3:55

Summer Splash

4:00-5:40

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

EVENING

5:45-6:45

All Age Lap (4 lns)

5:45-6:45

DW Aerobics

6:50-8:30

Instruction

Diving (8:30-9:15)

8:35-9:30

Open/Family Swim

Adult Lap (2 lns)

8:35-9:15

No Diving Board

Available

7:00-8:25

All Age Lap (6/21-8/18)

Aquajog lane

DW Aerobics (7-8)

8:30-11:20

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

8:30-9:00

Teen/Adult Inst.

10:00-11:30

Jr Lifeguard

11:30-12:30

All Age Lap

DW Aerobics

12:30-1:30

Camp Rivendale

1:35-2:55

Open/Family Swim/

Adult Lap (1-2 lns)^

3:05-3:50

Water Polo Instruction

Diving Instruction

4:00-5:40

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

5:40-6:10

Teen/Adult Inst./

Baby,Toddler & Me

5:40-6:40

Adult Lap^ (2 lns)

6:10-8:25

Instruction

7:55-8:25

Teen/Adult Inst.

8:30-9:30

Open/Family Swim *

Adult Lap (2 lns)

8:30-9:30

DW Aerobics

7:00-8:25

All Age Lap (6/20-8/22)

Aquajog lane

DW Aerobics (7-8)

8:30-11:20

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

8:30-9:00

Teen/Adult Inst.

11:30-12:30

Aquarobics

11:30-1:30

All Age Lap^

12:30-1:30

Back-Arthritis

Exercise

12:30-1:00

Baby,Toddler & Me

1:35-2:55

Open/Family Swim/

Adult Lap (1-2 lns)

3:00-3:55

Summer Splash

4:00-5:40

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

5:45-6:45

All Age Lap (4 lns)

5:45-6:45

DW Aerobics

6:50-8:30

Instruction

Diving (8:30-9:15)

8:35-9:30

Open/Family Swim

Adult Lap (2 lns)

8:35-9:15

No Diving Board

Available

7:00-8:25

All Age Lap (6/21-8/18)

Aquajog lane

DW Aerobics (7-8)

8:30-11:20

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

8:30-9:00

Teen/Adult Inst.

10:00-11:30

Jr Lifeguard

11:30-12:30

All Age Lap

DW Aerobics

12:30-1:30

Camp Rivendale

1:35-2:55

Open/Family Swim/

Adult Lap (1-2 lns)^

3:05-3:50

Water Polo Instruction

Diving Instruction

4:00-5:40

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

5:40-6:10

Teen/Adult Inst./

Baby,Toddler & Me

5:40-6:40

Adult Lap^ (2 lns)

6:10-8:25

Instruction

7:55-8:25

Teen/Adult Inst.

8:30-9:30

Open/Family Swim*

Adult Lap (2 lns)

8:30-9:30

DW Aerobics

Pool closed: 7/4

No Lessons: 7/2 & 7/3 • ^Deep to Deep

*No Diving Board Offi ce closed 6/20, 8-11:30 am

All Age Lap ends at 8 am, 6/20-6/24

7:00-8:25

All Age Lap (6/20-8/22)

Aquajog lane

DW Aerobics (7-8)

8:30-11:20

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

8:30-9:00

Teen/Adult Inst.

11:30-12:30

Aquarobics

11:30-1:30

All Age Lap^

12:30-1:30

Back-Arthritis

Exercise

12:30-1:00

Baby,Toddler & Me

1:35-2:55

Open/Family Swim/

Adult Lap (1-2 lns)

3:00-3:55

Summer Splash

4:00-5:40

Instruction

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

5:45-6:45

All Age Lap (4 lns)

5:45-6:45

DW Aerobics

6:50-8:30

Instruction

Diving (8:30-9:15)

8:35-9:30

Open/Family Swim

Adult Lap (2 lns)

8:35-9:15

No Diving Board

Available

7:30-8:55

All Age Lap

7:50-8:50

DW Aerobics

9:00-10:40

Instruction/

Baby,Toddler & Me

10:55-12:55

Dev. Dis./Phy Lim.

1:05-2:30

All Age Lap

1:15-2:00

Diving

2:00-3:00

Synchro. Swim

2:30-4:00

Open/Family Swim

Adult Lap (2 lns)

2:30-3:00

No Diving Board Avail.

4:00-on

Pool Rentals

11:00-Noon

DW Aerobics

11:00-12:25

All Age Lap

ADA water lift and

two family changing

rooms available.

12:30-2:30

All Age Lap^ (4 lns)

12:30-1:30

You and Your

Preschooler

1:30-2:30

Baby, Toddler & Me

2:30-4:00

Open/Family Swim

Adult Lap ^(2 lns)

4:00-on

Pool Rentals

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

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Beginning Swimming Skills

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A, B, C, D & SA3

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $59 BV11101

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV11102

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV11103

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $59 BV11104

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 BV11105

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 BV11106

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $59 BV11107

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 BV11108

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 BV11109

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $59 BV11110

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 BV11111

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 BV11112

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $59 BV11113

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 BV11114

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 BV11115

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $59 BV11116

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $48 BV11117

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $48 BV11118

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $59 BV11119

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $48 BV11120

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $48 BV11121

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $59 BV11122

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $48 BV11123

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $48 BV11124

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $59 BV11125

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $48 BV11126

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $48 BV11127

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $59 BV11128

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $48 BV11129

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $48 BV11130

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $59 BV11131

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $48 BV11132

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $48 BV11133

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV11134

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV11135

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 BV11136

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 BV11137

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 BV11138

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 BV11139

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 BV11140

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 BV11141

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 BV11142

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 BV11143

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:10-6:40 pm $53 BV11144

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:10-6:40 pm $53 BV11145

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A, B, C, D & SA3 (continued)

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:45-7:15 pm $53 BV11146

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:45-7:15 pm $53 BV11147

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:20-7:50 pm $53 BV11148

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:20-7:50 pm $53 BV11149

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV11150

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV11151

7/9-8/27 S 9-9:30 am $43 BV11152

7/9-8/27 S 9:35-10:05 am $43 BV11153

7/9-8/27 S 10:10-10:40 am $43 BV11154

School Age Levels 1, 2, 2½, & 3

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $59 BV11201

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV11202

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV11203

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $59 BV11204

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 BV11205

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 BV11206

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $59 BV11207

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 BV11208

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 BV11209

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $59 BV11210

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 BV11211

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 BV11212

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $59 BV11213

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 BV11214

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 BV11215

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $59 BV11216

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $48 BV11217

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $48 BV11218

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $59 BV11219

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $48 BV11220

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $48 BV11221

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $59 BV11222

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $48 BV11223

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $48 BV11224

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $59 BV11225

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $48 BV11226

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $48 BV11227

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $59 BV11228

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $48 BV11229

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $48 BV11230

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $59 BV11231

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $48 BV11232

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $48 BV11233

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV11234

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV11235

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 BV11236

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 BV11237

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 BV11238

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 BV11239

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 BV11240

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Beaverton Swim Center 503/629-6312

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Levels 1, 2, 2½, & 3 (continued)

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 BV11241

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 BV11242

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 BV11243

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:10-6:40 pm $53 BV11244

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:10-6:40 pm $53 BV11245

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:45-7:15 pm $53 BV11246

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:45-7:15 pm $53 BV11247

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:20-7:50 pm $53 BV11248

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:20-7:50 pm $53 BV11249

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV11250

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV11251

7/9-8/27 S 9-9:30 am $43 BV11252

7/9-8/27 S 9:35-10:05 am $43 BV11253

7/9-8/27 S 10:10-10:40 am $43 BV11254

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 3½, 4, 5 & 6 (Fitness

Swimmer)

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $59 BV12201

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV12202

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV12203

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $59 BV12204

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 BV12205

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 BV12206

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $59 BV12207

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 BV12208

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 BV12209

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $59 BV12210

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 BV12211

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 BV12212

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $59 BV12213

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 BV12214

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 BV12215

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $59 BV12216

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $48 BV12217

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $48 BV12218

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $59 BV12219

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $48 BV12220

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $48 BV12221

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $59 BV12222

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $48 BV12223

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $48 BV12224

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $59 BV12225

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $48 BV12226

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:50-7:20 pm $48 BV12227

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $59 BV12228

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $48 BV12229

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 7:25-7:55 pm $48 BV12230

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $59 BV12231

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Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 3½, 4, 5 & 6 (continued)

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $48 BV12232

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8-8:30 pm $48 BV12233

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV12234

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV12235

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 BV12236

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 BV12237

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 BV12238

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 BV12239

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 BV12240

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 BV12241

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 BV12242

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 BV12243

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:10-6:40 pm $53 BV12244

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:10-6:40 pm $53 BV12245

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:45-7:15 pm $53 BV12246

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:45-7:15 pm $53 BV12247

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:20-7:50 pm $53 BV12248

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:20-7:50 pm $53 BV12249

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV12250

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV12251

7/9-8/27 S 9-9:30 am $43 BV12252

7/9-8/27 S 9:35-10:05 am $43 BV12253

7/9-8/27 S 10:10-10:40 am $43 BV12254

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Fitness Swimmer (Level 6)

Offered with Intermediate levels – see above.

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Teen/Adult Swimming Skills

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $59 BV13401

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV13402

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $48 BV13403

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV13404

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:30-9 am $53 BV13405

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 BV13406

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 BV13407

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV13408

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:55-8:25 pm $53 BV13409

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Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby/Toddler & Me (6 months-3 years - Swim diapers required)

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 12:30-1 pm $40 BV14001

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 12:30-1 pm $33 BV14002

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 12:30-1 pm $33 BV14003

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $36 BV14004

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $36 BV14005

7/9-8/27 S 9-9:35 am $29 BV14006

7/9-8/27 S 9:35-10:05 am $29 BV14007

7/9-8/27 S 10:10-10:40 am $29 BV14008

7/10-8/28 Su 1:30-2 pm $29 BV14009

7/10-8/28 Su 2-2:30 pm $29 BV14010

You & Your Preschooler (3 yrs & older) Levels A & B

Develops water adjustment, fl oating, gliding and kicking. Parent

participation required.

7/10-8/28 Su 12:30-1 pm $43 BV14016

7/10-8/28 Su 1-1:30 pm $43 BV14017

Diving (Levels 1-4/all ages)

Must swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke.

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8:30-9:15 pm $66 BV14201

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8:30-9:15 pm $54 BV14202

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9:15 pm $54 BV14203

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:05-3:50 pm $60 BV14204

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:05-3:50 pm $60 BV14205

7/9-8/27 S 1:15-2 pm $48 BV14206

Synchronized Swimming (Level 4+)

Must swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke.

7/9-8/27 S 2-3 pm $64 BV14210

Synchro Camp

5 yrs-Adult. Must swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke.

If you enjoy gymnastics, dance, music and being in the water, this

camp’s for you!

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 2:30-3:55 pm $102 BV14212

Water Polo Instruction

8-17 yrs. Must swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke,

and tread water for 1 minute.

6/28-7/28 T/Th 3:05-3:50 pm $ 60 BV14214

8/2-9/1 T/Th 3:05-3:50 pm $ 60 BV14215

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Developmentally Delayed & Physically Limited Swimming

(Out-of-District D.D. prices are without subsidy.)

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $66/110 BV14501

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $54/90 BV14502

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $54/90 BV14503

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $66/110 BV14504

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $54/90 BV14505

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $54/90 BV14506

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $66/110 BV14507

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $54/90 BV14508

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $54/90 BV14509

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $66/110 BV14510

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $54/90 BV14511

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $54/90 BV14512

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $66/110 BV14513

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $54/90 BV14514

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $54/90 BV14515

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $66/110 BV14516

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $54/90 BV14517

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4-4:30 pm $54/90 BV14518

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $66/110 BV14519

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $54/90 BV14520

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 4:35-5:05 pm $54/90 BV14521

6/27-7/22 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $66/110 BV14522

7/25-8/12 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $54/90 BV14523

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:10-5:40 pm $54/90 BV14524

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:30-9 am $60/100 BV14534

8/2-9/1 T/Th 8:30-9 am $60/100 BV14535

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $60/100 BV14536

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $60/100 BV14537

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $60/100 BV14538

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $60/100 BV14539

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $60/100 BV14540

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $60/100 BV14541

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $60/100 BV14542

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $60/100 BV14543

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4-4:30 pm $60/100 BV14544

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4-4:30 pm $60/100 BV14545

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $60/100 BV14546

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $60/100 BV14547

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $60/100 BV14548

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $60/100 BV14549

7/9-8/27 S 10:55-11:25 am $48/80 BV14555

7/9-8/27 S 11:25-11:55 am $48/80 BV14556

7/9-8/27 S 11:55am-12:25 pm $48/80 BV14557

7/9-8/27 S 12:25-12:55 pm $48/80 BV14558

Training Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Junior Lifeguard (12-15 yrs) Level 4+

Introduces Lifeguarding, First Aid & CPR skills, and Swim Aide.

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10-11:30 am $98 BV15201

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10-11:30 am $98 BV15202

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Conestoga Aquatic Center

WEIR

MURRAY

BROCKMAN

Conestoga Recreation

& Aquatic Center

9985 SW 125th Avenue

Beaverton, 97008 503/629-6313

Fax: 503/629-6323

TriMet Routes #62, 92

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Hours:

Monday-Thursday 5:30 am-10 pm

Friday 5:30 am-8:30 pm

Saturday 8 am-6 pm

Sunday 10 am-6 pm

Holiday Schedule: 7/4 (open 9 am-6 pm)

Facility Closure:

Aquatic Center Features

Conestoga

Recreation &

Aquatic Center

CONESTOGA DR

SCHOLLS

• Average Pool Temperature:

Main Pool: 84°, Leisure Pool: 89°

• Indoor Six-Lane Lap Pool

• Indoor Leisure Pool

• Water Features and Slide

• Men’s & Women’s Locker Rooms

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

130TH

FERRY

121ST

General Admission

125TH

See pages 123-142 for Conestoga Recreation Programs

LL

• Diving Board

• Water Basketball

• Rope Swing

• Party Rooms

• Family Changing

Rooms

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

HWY 217

Conestoga Center Staff

Brian Powers, Center Supervisor

Lori Walker, Aquatic Coordinator I

John Canova, Program Coordinator II

Jennifer Chapin, Program Coordinator II

Becky Fast, Program Coordinator II

Teresa Suyama, Recreation Coordinator I

Brian Sherman, Recreation Coordinator I

Terri Cannon, Offi ce Tech

Jean Bernards, Rental Coordinator

Aquatic Fitness Programs

Jump start your fi tness by joining one of our nationally certifi ed

instructors in Shallow or Deep Water Aerobics or Water Walking.

Water reduces joint stress, is 12 times more resistant than air,

and assists the heart in blood fl ow throughout the body.

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatics drop-in fi tness

classes where pre-registration is not required. 20 Visits: $60 ID

$45 for ID Seniors (No discount for OD Seniors); $60 OD Adults

and Seniors with assessment. Single Visit: $4.25 ID $12.75 OD

without assessment.

(Fitness

Deep Water Aquarobics

Scale)

T/Th 6:15-7:15 pm 6/20-9/2 (4-5)

Summer Splash Swim Teams

Ages 5-17 yrs. Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke, 25

yards back stroke. No class 7/4.

Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke, 25 yards back

stroke and tread water for one minute. Meets on Saturday

mornings and district meet on 8/13.

6/27-8/12 M/W/F 8-8:55 am $125 CA14200

BIG TRUCK DAY

Saturday, August 13 10 am-2 pm

Join us for this free event! It’s a hands-on experience

for the entire family. Come and admire many types

of trucks and vehicles up close. Learn about safety,

win prizes, hang out with Geoffrey and Chuck E.

Cheese mascots, and dance to Victor Johnson’s music

celebration. Many vendors participate!

Call 503/629-6313 for more information.

DO NOT MISS THE FUN!

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

5:30-8:00

Lap Swim-M**

6:30-7:15

Instruction

(2 lns)

8:00-Noon

Instruction-L/M

AFTERNOON

Noon-1:15

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

3:00-4:30

Open Swim-L/M

4:30-5:15

Instruction

EVENING

5:15-6:15

Lap Swim-M**

5:15-7:30

Instruction-M/L

7:30-9:00

Open Swim-M/L

9:00-9:45**

Moonlight Adult

Lap-M

5:30-8:00

Lap Swim-M**

7:00-8:00

Teen

Conditioning

(2 lns)

8:00-Noon

Instruction-L/M

Noon-1:15

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

3:00-4:30

Open Swim-L/M

4:30-5:15

Instruction

5:15-6:15

Lap Swim-M**

5:15-7:30

Instruction-M/L

6:15-7:15

Deep Water

7:30-9:00

Open Swim-M/L

Conestoga Aquatic Center 503/629-6313

5:30-8:00

Lap Swim-M**

6:30-7:15

Instruction

(2 lns)

8:00-Noon

Instruction-L/M

Noon-1:15

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

3:00-4:30

Open Swim-L/M

4:30-5:15

Instruction

5:15-6:15

Lap Swim-M**

5:15-7:30

Instruction-M/L

7:30-9:00

Open Swim-M/L

9:00-9:45**

Moonlight Adult

Lap-M

9985 SW 125th, Beaverton • Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Brian Powers

Average Pool Temperature: Main Pool: 84°, Leisure Pool: 89°

Holiday Schedule: 7/4 (open 9 am-6 pm)

Pool Closed: M = Main Pool L = Leisure Pool *Limited no. of lanes

5:30-8:00

Lap Swim-M**

7:00-8:00

Teen

Conditioning

(2 lns)

8:00-Noon

Instruction-L/M

Noon-1:15

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

3:00-4:30

Open Swim-L/M

4:30-5:15

Instruction

5:15-6:15

Lap Swim-M**

5:15-7:30

Instruction-M/L

6:15-7:15

Deep Water

7:30-9:00

Open Swim-M/L

5:30-8:00

Lap Swim-M**

8:00-Noon

Instruction-L/M

Noon-1:15

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

3:00-4:30

Open Swim-L/M

4:30-5:15

Instruction

5:00-6:30

Lap Swim-M

6:30-8:30

Open Swim-M/L

9:00-Noon

Instruction-M/L

4:30-6:00

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

Pool Rentals

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10:00-Noon

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

Family Dressing Rooms

are available at this

facility

Noon-1:00

Lap Swim-M

Family-L

1:15-4:15

Open Swim-M/L

Noon-2:00

Instruction-L/M

2:00-4:15

Open Swim-M/L

4:30`-6:00

Lap Swim-M

Family Swim-L

Pool Rentals

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

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Beginning Swimming Skills

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 8:20-8:50 am $48 CA11000

7/11-7/22 M-F 8:20-8:50 am $53 CA11001

7/25-8/5 M-F 8:20-8:50 am $53 CA11002

8/8-8/19 M-F 8:20-8:50 am $53 CA11003

8/22-9/2 M-F 8:20-8:50 am $53 CA11004

6/27-7/8 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $48 CA11005

7/11-7/22 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11006

7/25-8/5 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11007

8/8-8/19 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11008

8/22-9/2 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11009

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:30-10 am $48 CA11010

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11011

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11012

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11013

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11014

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $48 CA11015

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11016

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11017

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11018

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11019

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $48 CA11020

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11021

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11022

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11023

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11024

6/27-7/27 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $48 CA11030

8/1-8/31 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11031

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 CA11032

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA11033

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $48 CA11034

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $53 CA11035

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 CA11036

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA11037

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 CA11038

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA11039

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11040

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11041

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA11042

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA11043

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 CA11044

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 CA11045

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA11046

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA11047

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA11048

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B (continued)

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA11049

7/9-8/27 S 9:05-9:35 am $43 CA11050

7/9-8/27 S 9:40-10:10 am $43 CA11051

7/9-8/27 S 10:15-10:45 am $43 CA11052

7/9-8/27 S 10:50-11:20 am $43 CA11053

7/9-8/27 S 11:25-11:55 am $43 CA11054

7/10-8/28 Su 12:05-12:35 pm $43 CA11055

7/10-8/28 Su 12:40-1:10 pm $43 CA11056

7/10-8/28 Su 1:15-1:45 pm $43 CA11057

Preschool Level C

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $48 CA11105

7/11-7/22 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11106

7/25-8/5 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11107

8/8-8/19 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA11108

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:30-10 am $48 CA11110

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11111

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11112

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA11113

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $48 CA11120

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11121

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11122

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11123

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA11124

6/27-7/27 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $48 CA11130

8/1-8/31 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11131

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 CA11132

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA11133

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 CA11136

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA11137

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11140

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11141

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA11142

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA11143

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA11146

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA11147

7/9-8/27 S 9:05-9:35 am $43 CA11150

7/9-8/27 S 10:50-11:20 am $43 CA11153

7/10-8/28 Su 12:05-12:35 pm $43 CA11155

7/10-8/28 Su 12:40-1:10 pm $43 CA11156

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Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Level D

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $48 CA11215

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11216

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11217

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11218

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA11219

6/27-7/27 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $48 CA11230

8/1-8/31 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11231

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 CA11238

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA11239

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA11241

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA11248

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA11249

7/9-8/27 S 11:25-11:55 am $43 CA11254

School Age Levels 1 & 2

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $48 CA12005

7/11-7/22 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA12006

7/25-8/5 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA12007

8/8-8/19 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA12008

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:30-10 am $48 CA12010

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA12011

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA12012

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA12013

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $48 CA12015

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA12016

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA12017

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA12018

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA12019

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $48 CA12020

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12021

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12022

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12023

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12024

6/27-7/27 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $48 CA12030

8/1-8/31 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA12031

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 CA12036

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA12037

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 CA12038

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA12039

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA12040

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA12041

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA12046

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA12047

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA12048

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA12049

7/9-8/27 S 9:05-9:35 am $43 CA12050

7/9-8/27 S 10:15-10:45 am $43 CA12052

7/10-8/28 Su 12:05-12:35 pm $43 CA12055

7/10-8/28 Su 1:15-1:45 pm $43 CA12057

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Level 2½

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $48 CA12105

7/11-7/22 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA12106

7/25-8/5 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA12107

8/8-8/19 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA12108

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:30-10 am $48 CA12110

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA12111

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA12112

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA12113

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $48 CA12120

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12121

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12122

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12123

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA12124

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $48 CA12125

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA12126

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA12127

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA12128

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA12129

6/27-7/27 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $48 CA12130

8/1-8/31 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA12131

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 CA12136

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA12137

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 CA12138

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA12139

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA12140

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA12141

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA12146

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA12147

7/9-8/27 S 9:40-10:10 am $43 CA12151

7/9-8/27 S 10:15-10:45 am $43 CA12152

7/10-8/28 Su 12:40-1:10 pm $43 CA12156

7/10-8/28 Su 1:15-1:45 pm $43 CA12157

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Become a Junior Lifeguard. See page 67 for more information.

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 3 & 3½

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:30-10 am $48 CA13010

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA13011

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA13012

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA13013

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $48 CA13015

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13016

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13017

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13018

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13019

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $48 CA13020

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA13021

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA13022

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA13023

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $53 CA13024

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $48 CA13025

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA13026

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA13027

8/8-8/19 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA13028

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA13029

6/27-7/27 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $48 CA13030

8/1-8/31 M/W 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA13031

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $53 CA13035

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 CA13036

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA13037

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 CA13038

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA13039

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA13040

8/2-9/1 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $53 CA13041

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA13042

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA13048

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 CA13049

7/9-8/27 S 9:05-9:35 am $43 CA13050

7/9-8/27 S 9:40-10:10 am $43 CA13051

7/10-8/28 Su 12:05-12:35 pm $43 CA13055

7/10-8/28 Su 1:15-1:45 pm $43 CA13057

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 4 & 5

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/8 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $48 CA13105

7/11-7/22 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA13106

7/25-8/5 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA13107

8/8-8/19 M-F 8:55-9:25 am $53 CA13108

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $48 CA13115

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13116

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13117

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:05-10:35 am $53 CA13119

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 CA13132

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA13133

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 CA13144

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 CA13145

7/9-8/27 S 9:40-10:10 am $43 CA13151

7/10-8/28 Su 12:40-1:10 pm $43 CA13156

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Swim for Fitness

Designed to focus on building endurance and learning the basic

fundamentals of a fi tness-swimming workout.

7/11-7/22 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA13226

8/22-9/2 M-F 11:15-11:45 am $53 CA13229

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $48 CA13234

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA13243

Diving Levels 1-3 (All ages)

Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke, 25 yards back stroke.

6/27-7/8 M-F 11:15 am-Noon $54 CA14225

7/25-8/5 M-F 11:15 am-Noon $60 CA14227

6/28-7/28 T/Th 4:35-5:05 pm $40 CA14240

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Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby & Me (6 months-24 months/Swim Diapers Required.)

Provide your child the comfort of our warm water leisure pool to learn

water orientation skills from our Water Safety Instructors. No class 7/4.

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $33 CA14034

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $36 CA14035

7/9-8/27 S 10:50-11:20 am $29 CA14053

7/10-8/28 Su 1:15-1:45 pm $29 CA14057

Toddler & Me (18 months-36 months/Swim Diapers Required.)

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $36 CA14044

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $36 CA14045

7/9-8/27 S 10:15-10:45 am $29 CA14052

7/10-8/28 Su 12:05-12:35 pm $29 CA14055

Baby/Toddler & Me (6 months-36 months/Swim Diapers Required.)

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:30-10 am $33 CA14010

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:30-10 am $36 CA14012

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:30-10 am $36 CA14014

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $33 CA14020

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $36 CA14021

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $36 CA14022

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $36 CA14023

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:40-11:10 am $36 CA14024

You & Your Preschooler (ages 3-6 yrs)

Join our expert instructors & be part of the teaching process.

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA14111

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:30-10 am $53 CA14113

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 CA14132

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 CA14133

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA14146

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 CA14147

7/9-8/27 S 11:25-11:55 am $43 CA14154

7/10-8/28 Su 12:40-1:10 pm $43 CA14156

Teen/Adult Instruction Levels B-E

No class 7/4.

6/27-7/27 M/W 9-9:30 pm $48 CA14358

8/1-8/31 M/W 9-9:30 pm $53 CA14359

Water Polo Basics (5-17 yrs.)

Introduction to Water Polo skills. Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl

stroke, 25 yards back stroke.

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:15-8:45 am $49 CA13202

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Adult Fitness Swim Classes

Swim Conditioning Class is for adults ages 18+ yrs. Must be able swim

lengths.

6/27-8/31 M/W 6:30-7:15 am $97 CA13200

Competitive/Splash Skills & Techniques

6/28-7/28 T/Th 8:15-8:45 am $53 CA13201

Private & Semi-Private Lessons

PRIVATE LESSONS:

One instructor to one student; $20 per ½ hr

SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS:

One instructor to 2-3 students; $16 per ½ hr

Lessons are scheduled based on instructor availability and are

taught by Certifi ed Water Safety Instructors.

Training Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Junior Lifeguarding Level 4+ (12-15 years)

8/8-8/12 M-F 9:30 am-12:30 pm $98 CA15400

Lifeguarding/AED

Must be able to swim 300 yards using crawl stroke and breast stroke,

swim 20 yards – submerge to a depth of 7-10 feet and retrieve a 10 lb

diving brick, return to surface and swim back to starting point in 1 minute

40 seconds. Fee includes $42.99 certifi cation and book fee.

8/15-8/19 M-F 8:30 am-3 pm $179 CA15401

Land Fitness Sampler

Saturday, August 27

9 am - 1 pm

$5

Come and sample a variety of fitness classes.

Each class will be 20 to 30 minutes long.

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Harman Swim Center

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Harman Swim Center

7300 SW Scholls Ferry Road

Beaverton, 97008 503/629-6314

TriMet Route #56

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Hours:

Monday-Thursday 6 am-9 pm

Friday 6 am-6 pm

Saturday 11:15 am-2:30 pm

Sunday 11 am-3 pm

Facility Closures: 7/4, 9/5

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Sabrina Taylor Schmitt

Harman Swim Center offers:

ADA Lift, Family Changing Rooms

Average Pool Temperature: 88-89°

HWY

217

SCHOLLS

FERRY

Harman

Swim

Center

OLESON

ALOMA

Summer Splash Swim Team

Ages 5-17 yrs. Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke, 25

yards back stroke.

6/27-8/12 M/W/F 8-9 am $125 HM13200

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

General Admission

76TH

GARDEN HOME

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

74TH

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

Aquatic Fitness Programs

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatics drop-in

fi tness classes where pre-registration is not required.

20 Visits: $60 ID, $45 for ID Seniors*

20 Visits: $60 OD Adults and Seniors with assessment

(20 visit pass purchase good for one year)

Single Visit: $4.25 ID, $12.75 OD without assessment.

*No discount for OD Seniors

(Fitness

Aquarobics

M/W/F 9-9:55 am Forever Fit (3)

M/W/F 10-10:55 am Liquid Motion (3-4)

M/W/F 11-11:55 am Keeping it Fit (3)

M/W 6:30-7:25 pm Night Moves (4-5)

T/Th 8:30-9:25 am Pick Me Up! (3-4)

T/Th 8-8:55 pm Night Moves (4-5)

S 11:15 am-12:10 pm Weekend Warrior (4-5)

Su 11-11:55 am Dig Deep (4-5)

Healing Waters/Adaptive

T/Th 10:30-11:55 am (1-2)

Fluid Moves/Arthritis

M-F/Su 1-1:55 pm (1-2)

Water Exercise Fitness Scale 1-5

(1) Zero to very low intensity in

the water. Level one classes are

water relaxation classes. Focus on

breathing, meditation and range of

movement. No experience needed,

acceptable for all fi tness levels.

(2) Low to moderate intensity. Focus

is on stretching, range of motion,

and balance. No experience needed,

acceptable for all fi tness levels.

(3) Moderate intensity. Focus is on

range of motion, stretching, and

Scale)

aerobic activity. Great program for

those new or returning to exercise.

(4) Moderate to high intensity. Focus

is on range of motion, stretching,

and medium aerobic activity.

(5) High intensity. Focus on strength,

range of motion, and building aerobic

activity. This will include 30-40

minutes of aerobic activity.

All classes last 55 minutes unless

otherwise written.

General Admission Swim Program Descriptions

Deep Water Open Exercise: This program is in our deep water (over

6 feet). There will be a mixture of width lap swim, water jogging/

walking, and personal water fi tness going on at the same time.

Family Swim: Children under 18 years must be accompanied in the

water by a parent. An adult must be within arm’s reach of all nonswimmers.

Open Swim: Children under 7 years must be accompanied in the

water by a parent or guardian. An adult must supervise children under

10 years, but children 7-10 may have the parent supervise from the

spectator area. An adult must be in the water and within arm’s reach

of any non-swimmer.

Senior Deep Water Exercise: This is a time for swimmers 55 years old

and up. There is a variety of self-lead fi tness: width lap swim, water

jogging/walking and personal water fi tness.

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

6:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

8:00-8:55

Splash Swim Team

9:00-9:55

Forever Fit^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

10:00-10:55

Liquid Motion^

& Senior Deep End

Open Exercise

11:00-11:55

Keeping It Fit^ &

Senior Deep End

Open Exercise

AFTERNOON

Noon-12:55

Adult Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:00-1:55

Fluid Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

2:00-4:30

Swim Lessons

4:30-5:30

Open Swim

EVENING

5:35-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:30-7:25

Night Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

7:30-8:55

Open Swim

6:00-8:25

Adult Lap Swim

8:00-8:25

1/2 pool

Independent Ai Chi

1/2 pool Lap (length)

8:30-9:25

Pick Me Up!^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

9:30-10:30

Family Swim

(3 lns) Shallow and

the Deep End &

Swim Lessons (3

lns) Shallow End

10:35-11:55

Healing Waters^

Noon-12:55

Adult Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:00-1:55

Fluid Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

2:00-4:30

Swim Lessons

4:35-6:00

Open Swim

6:05-7:00

All Age Lap Swim

7:05-7:55

Family Swim

8:00-8:55

Night Moves^

& Deep End Open

Exercise

Harman Swim Center 503/629-6314

6:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

8:00-8:55

Splash Swim Team

9:00-9:55

Forever Fit^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

10:00-10:55

Liquid Motion^

& Senior Deep End

Open Exercise

11:00-11:55

Keeping It Fit^

& Senior Deep End

Open Exercise

Noon-12:55

Adult Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:00-1:55

Fluid Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

2:00-4:30

Swim Lessons

4:30-5:30

Open Swim

5:35-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:30-7:25

Night Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

7:30-8:55

Open Swim

7300 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Beaverton

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Sabrina Taylor Schmitt

Average Pool Temperature: 88-89° • TriMet Bus #56 • ADA Lift Available

Closed: 7/4, 9/5.

6:00-8:25

Adult Lap Swim

8:00-8:25

1/2 pool

Independent Ai Chi

1/2 pool Lap

(length)

8:30-9:25

Pick Me Up!^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

9:30-10:30

Family Swim

(3 lns) Shallow and

the Deep End &

Swim Lessons (3

lns) Shallow End

10:35-11:55

Healing Waters^

Noon-12:55

Adult Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:00-1:55

Fluid Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

2:00-4:30

Swim Lessons

4:35-6:00

Open Swim

6:05-7:00

All Age Lap Swim

7:05-7:55

Family Swim

8:00-8:55

Night Moves^

& Deep End Open

Exercise

6:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

8:00-8:55

Splash Swim Team

9:00-9:55

Forever Fit^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

10:00-10:55

Liquid Motion^

& Senior Deep End

Open Exercise

11:00-11:55

Keeping It Fit^

& Senior Deep End

Open Exercise

Noon-12:55

Adult Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:00-1:55

Fluid Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

2:00-4:55

2-3 Lns Open

Swim

& Swim Lessons

(2-3 lns) Open

Swim

5:00-5:55

Adult Lap Swim

10:00-11:10

Swim Lessons

11:15-12:10

Weekend Warrior^

& Deep End Open

Exercise

12:15-1:25

All Age Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:30-2:25

Open Swim

3:30-7:00 pm

Rentals

Harman has Family

Changing Rooms

Available

^ Water Exercise Classes Levels 1-5 full description available at www.thprd.org: Forever Fit 3, Liquid Motion 3-4, Keeping It Fit 3-4, Night Moves 5, Pick

Me Up 3-4, Weekend Warrior 4-5, Dig Deep 4-5, Healing Waters 1-2 (adaptive therapy program), Fluid Moves 2 (arthritis) and Ai Chi 1.

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9:00-11:00

Rentals

11:00-11:55

Dig Deep

Deep Water

Aerobics &

Shallow End

Water Walking &

Width Swimming

No Open Exercise

Noon-12:55

All Age Lap Swim

(5 lns)

Adaptive/Nontraditional

Laps

(1 ln)

1:00-1:55

Fluid Moves^ &

Deep End Open

Exercise

2:00-2:55

Open Swim

3:00-6:00

Swim Lessons

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

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Harman Swim Center 503/629-6314

Beginning Swimming Skills

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

6/27-7/20 M/W 2-2:30 pm $37 HM11100

7/25-8/10 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11101

8/15-8/31 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11102

6/27-7/20 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $37 HM11103

7/25-8/10 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11104

8/15-8/31 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11105

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $37 HM11106

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11107

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11108

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $37 HM11109

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11110

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11111

6/28-7/21 T/Th 9:30-10 am $43 HM11112

7/26-8/11 T/Th 9:30-10 am $32 HM11113

8/16-9/1 T/Th 9:30-10 am $32 HM11114

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $43 HM11115

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11116

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11117

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $43 HM11118

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11119

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11120

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $43 HM11121

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11122

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11123

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $43 HM11124

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11125

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11126

7/9-8/27 S 8:55-9:25 am $43 HM11127

7/9-8/27 S 9:30-10 am $43 HM11128

7/9-8/27 S 10:40-11:10 am $43 HM11129

7/10-8/28 Su 3-3:30 pm $43 HM11130

7/10-8/28 Su 3:35-4:05 pm $43 HM11131

7/10-8/28 Su 4:10-4:40 pm $43 HM11132

7/10-8/28 Su 4:45-5:15 pm $43 HM11133

7/10-8/28 Su 5:20-5:50 pm $43 HM11134

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Level C

6/27-7/20 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $37 HM11135

7/25-8/10 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11136

8/15-8/31 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11137

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $37 HM11138

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11139

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11140

6/28-7/21 T/Th 9:30-10 am $43 HM11141

7/26-8/11 T/Th 9:30-10 am $32 HM11142

8/16-9/1 T/Th 9:30-10 am $32 HM11143

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $43 HM11144

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11145

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11146

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $43 HM11147

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11148

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11149

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $43 HM11150

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11151

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11152

7/9-8/27 S 10:05-10:35 am $43 HM11153

7/10-8/28 Su 3-3:30 pm $43 HM11154

7/10-8/28 Su 4:10-4:40 pm $43 HM11155

7/10-8/28 Su 4:45-5:15 pm $43 HM11156

Preschool Level D

6/27-7/20 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $37 HM11157

7/25-8/10 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11158

8/15-8/31 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11159

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $37 HM11160

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11161

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11162

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $43 HM11163

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11164

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11165

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $43 HM11166

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11167

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11168

7/10-8/28 Su 3:35-4:05 pm $43 HM11169

7/10-8/28 Su 5:20-5:50 pm $43 HM11170

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Harman Swim Center 503/629-6314

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Levels 1 & 2

6/27-7/20 M/W 2-2:30 pm $37 HM11200

7/25-8/10 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11201

8/15-8/31 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11202

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $37 HM11203

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11204

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11205

6/28-7/21 T/Th 10-10:30 am $43 HM11206

7/26-8/11 T/Th 10-10:30 am $32 HM11207

8/16-9/1 T/Th 10-10:30 am $32 HM11208

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $43 HM11209

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11210

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11211

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $43 HM11212

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11213

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11214

7/9-8/27 S 8:55-9:25 am $43 HM11215

7/10-8/28 Su 3:35-4:05 pm $43 HM11216

7/10-8/28 Su 4:10-4:40 pm $43 HM11217

7/10-8/28 Su 5:20-5:50 pm $43 HM11218

School Age Levels Level 2½ & 3

6/27-7/20 M/W 2-2:30 pm $37 HM11219

7/25-8/10 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11220

8/15-8/31 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11221

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $37 HM11222

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11223

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11224

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $43 HM11225

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11226

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11227

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $43 HM11228

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11229

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11230

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $43 HM11231

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11232

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11233

7/9-8/27 S 8:55-9:25 am $43 HM11234

7/9-8/27 S 10:05-10:35 am $43 HM11235

7/10-8/28 Su 3-3:30 pm $43 HM11236

7/10-8/28 Su 4:10-4:40 pm $43 HM11237

7/10-8/28 Su 4:45-5:15 pm $43 HM11238

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Level 3½

6/27-7/20 M/W 2-2:30 pm $37 HM11239

7/25-8/10 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11240

8/15-8/31 M/W 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11241

6/27-7/20 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $37 HM11242

7/25-8/10 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11243

8/15-8/31 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11244

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $37 HM11245

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11246

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11247

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $43 HM11248

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11249

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $32 HM11250

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $43 HM11251

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11252

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11253

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $43 HM11254

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11255

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11256

7/9-8/27 S 10:05-10:35 am $43 HM11257

7/10-8/28 Su 3-3:30 pm $43 HM11258

7/10-8/28 Su 3:35-4:05 pm $43 HM11269

7/10-8/28 Su 4:45-5:15 pm $43 HM11260

Preschool/School Age Levels 4 & 5

6/27-7/20 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $37 HM11261

7/25-8/10 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11262

8/15-8/31 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $32 HM11263

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $37 HM11264

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11265

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11266

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $43 HM11267

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11268

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:10-3:40 pm $32 HM11269

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $43 HM11270

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11271

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM11272

7/10-8/28 Su 3-3:30 pm $43 HM11273

7/10-8/28 Su 4:10-4:40 pm $43 HM11274

7/10-8/28 Su 5:20-5:50 pm $43 HM11275

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Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby/Toddler & Me

Drop Ins Welcome $5.75 ID / $15.75 OD

6/27-7/20 M/W 2-2:30 pm $25 HM13100

7/25-8/10 M/W 2-2:30 pm $22 HM13101

8/15-8/31 M/W 2-2:30 pm $22 HM13102

6/28-7/21 T/Th 10-10:30 am $29 HM13103

7/26-8/11 T/Th 10-10:30 am $22 HM13104

8/16-9/1 T/Th 10-10:30 am $22 HM13105

7/9-8/27 S 9:30-10 am $29 HM13106

7/9-8/27 S 10:40-11:10 am $29 HM13107

Diving Level 1 & 2 (All Ages)

Must be able to swim 25 yards crawl stroke, 25 yards back stroke.

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $28 HM13201

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $24 HM13202

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $24 HM13203

Private Lessons

1 instructor/1 student – 30 min. lesson

Certifi ed water safety instructors teach all Private Lessons

Call center for Semi-Private Lesson enrollment

6/27-7/20 M/W 2-2:30 pm $140 Series of 7 HM13300

7/25-8/10 M/W 2-2:30 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13301

8/15-8/31 M/W 2-2:30 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13302

6/27-7/20 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $140 Series of 7 HM13303

7/25-8/10 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13304

8/15-8/31 M/W 2:35-3:05 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13305

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $140 Series of 7 HM13306

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $120 Seriesof 6 HM13307

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:10-3:40 pm $120 Seriesof 6 HM13308

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $140 Series of 7 HM13309

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13310

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13311

8/15-8/19 M/W/F 8-8:30 am $60 Series of 3 HM13312

8/22-8/26 M/W/F 8-8:30 am $60 Series of 3 HM13313

8/29-9/2 M/W/F 8-8:30 am $60 Series of 3 HM13314

8/15-8/19 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $60 Series of 3 HM13315

8/22-8/26 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $60 Series of 3 HM13316

8/29-9/2 M/W/F 8:30-9 am $60 Series of 3 HM13317

6/28-7/21 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $160 Series of 8 HM13318

7/26-8/11 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13319

8/16-9/1 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $120 Series of 6 HM13320

7/1-7/22 F 2-2:30 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13321

7/29-8/12 F 2-2:30 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13322

8/19-9/2 F 2-2:30 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13323

7/1-7/22 F 2:35-3:05 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13324

7/29-8/12 F 2:35-3:05 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13325

8/19-9/2 F 2:35-3:05 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13326

7/1-7/22 F 3:10-3:40 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13327

Continued

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Private Lessons (continued)

7/29-8/12 F 3:10-3:40 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13328

8/19-9/2 F 3:10-3:40 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13329

7/1-7/22 F 3:45-4:15 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13330

7/29-8/12 F 3:45-4:15 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13331

8/19-9/2 F 3:45-4:15 pm $60 Series of 3 HM13332

7/10-7/31 Su 4:45-5:15 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13333

8/7-8/28 Su 4:45-5:15 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13334

7/10-7/31 Su 5:20-5:50 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13335

8/7-8/28 Su 5:20-5:50 pm $80 Series of 4 HM13336

Fitness Swimmer

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $37 HM13204

7/25-8/10 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM13205

8/15-8/31 M/W 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM13206

6/28-7/21 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $43 HM13207

7/26-8/11 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM13208

8/16-9/1 T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm $32 HM13209

Training Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Jr. Lifeguard & Swim Aide

Must be able to swim 300 yards and tread water for 2 minutes.

6/27-7/20 M/W 3:10-5:25 pm $98 HM14300

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

HWY 217

WALKER

N

SUNSET

CANYON

CANYON LN

HWY

Raleigh Swim

Center/Park

BEAVERTON HILLSDALE

78TH

MINER

Raleigh Swim Center

3500 SW 78th Avenue

Portland, 97229 503/297-6888

TriMet Route #55

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Offi ce Hours:

Monday - Friday 8 am-8 pm

Saturday & Sunday 12:30-6:30 pm

Holidays: 7/4, 9/6 12:30-5:15 pm

Aquatic Center Features

• Average pool temperature: 84°

• Outdoor pool

• ADA Aquatic Lift

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

RD

General Admission

Raleigh Swim Center

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

Aquatic Fitness Programs

Drop-in Fitness Programs

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatics drop-in fi tness

classes where pre-registration is not required.

20 Visits: $60 ID $45 for ID Seniors*

20 Visits: $60 OD Adults and Seniors with assessment

Single Visit: $4.25 ID $12.75 OD without assessment.

*No discount for OD Seniors

Shallow Water Aquarobics

(Fitness

Scale)

M-F Starts 6/27 8:30-9:30 am (4)

Deep Water Aquarobics

T/Th Starts 6/28 8:30-9:30 am (4)

Dive-In Movie Night

July 8, 2011

Come for the fun at Raleigh Swim Center!

Starts at 8 pm

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

8:30-9:30

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

Begins 6/27

9:45-11:20

Instruction

AFTERNOON

11:30-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

EVENING

5:05-6:10

Instruction

6:15-7:15

Adult Lap

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

8:30-9:30

Aquarobics/

Deep Water

Water Walking

Begins 6/28

9:45-11:20

Instruction

11:30-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:05-6:10

Instruction

6:15-7:15

Adult Lap

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

Raleigh Swim Center 503/297-6888

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

8:30-9:30

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

Begins 6/29

9:45-11:20

Instruction

11:30-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:05-6:10

Instruction

6:15-7:15

Adult Lap

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

500 SW 78th Ave., Portland • Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Margaret Keehn

Average Pool Temperature: 84° • Tri Met Bus #55

Offi ce Hours: 8 am-8 pm Mon-Fri, Noon-7 pm Sat & Sun

Holiday Schedule: 7/4, 9/6 - Noon-5:15 pm

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

8:30-9:30

Aquarobics/

Deep Water

Water Walking

Begins 6/30

9:45-11:20

Instruction

11:30-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:05-6:10

Instruction

6:15-7:15

Adult Lap

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

7:00-8:30

All Age Lap

8:30-9:30

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

Begins 7/1

9:45-11:20

Instruction

11:30-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:05-6:10

Instruction

6:15-7:15

Adult Lap

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

Outdoor

Pool

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

Noon-1:30

All Age Lap

1:30-4:00

Open Swim

4:30-6:00

Open Swim

6:00-7:00

Adult Lap Swim

Noon-1:30

All Age Lap

1:30-4:00

Open Swim

4:30-6:00

Open Swim

6:00-7:00

Adult Lap Swim

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Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:45-10:15 am $43 RL11100

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:45-10:15 am $64 RL11101

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:45-10:15 am $48 RL11102

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:20-10:50 am $43 RL11103

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:20-10:50 am $64 RL11104

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:20-10:50 am $48 RL11105

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:45-10:15 am $53 RL11106

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:45-10:15 am $53 RL11107

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $43 RL11108

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $48 RL11109

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $43 RL11110

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $64 RL11111

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:05-5:35 pm $53 RL11112

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:05-5:35 pm $53 RL11113

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 RL11114

Preschool Level C

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:45-10:15 am $43 RL11151

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:45-10:15 am $48 RL11152

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:55-11:25 am $53 RL11153

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $64 RL11154

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 RL11155

Preschool Level D

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:45-10:15 am $64 RL11170

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:20-10:50 am $43 RL11171

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:55-11:25 am $53 RL11172

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $48 RL11173

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $43 RL11174

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:05-5:35 pm $53 RL11175

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 RL11176

School Age Levels 1 & 2

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:55-11:25 am $43 RL11200

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:55-11:25 am $64 RL11201

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:55-11:25 am $48 RL11202

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:20-10:50 am $53 RL11203

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:20-10:50 am $53 RL11204

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $43 RL11205

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $48 RL11206

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 RL11207

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 RL11208

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Level 2½

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:55-11:25 am $48 RL11250

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:45-10:15 am $53 RL11251

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $64 RL11252

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:05-5:35 pm $53 RL11253

Preschool/School Age Level 3

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:55-11:25 am $43 RL11270

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:55-11:25 am $64 RL11271

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:45-10:15 am $53 RL11272

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $43 RL11273

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $64 RL11274

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $48 RL11275

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Level 3½

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:20-10:50 am $64 RL12200

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:20-10:50 am $53 RL12201

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:55-11:25 am $53 RL12202

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $43 RL12203

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $48 RL12204

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $64 RL12205

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:40-6:10 pm $53 RL12206

Preschool/School Age Levels 4 & 5

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:20-10:50 am $48 RL12250

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:20-10:50 am $53 RL12251

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:55-11:25 am $53 RL12252

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $64 RL12253

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:05-5:35 pm $48 RL12254

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:05-5:35 pm $53 RL12255

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:05-5:35 pm $53 RL12256

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Fitness Swimmer

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:40-6:10 pm $48 RL13200

Dive-In Movie Night

July 8, 2011

Come for the fun at Raleigh Swim Center!

Starts at 8 pm

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

SUNSET

EVERGREEN

CORNELL

185TH

Somerset

West Swim

Center/Park

PARK VIEW

Somerset West Swim Center

Facility

HWY (26)

WEST

Somerset West Swim Center

185th & Parkview Blvd.

Portland, 97229 503/645-1413

TriMet Routes #52 & 89

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Hours:

Monday/Wednesday/Friday 6 am - 8:30 pm

Tuesday/Thursday 6 am - 7:45 pm

Saturday & Sunday Noon - 7:30 pm

No Lessons: 7/4

Holiday Schedule: 7/4 Noon - 6 pm

Aquatic Center Features

• Average pool temperature: 84°

• Outdoor pool

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

General Admission

Y

N

A

H

T

E

B

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

UN

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Diana Waterstreet

Splash Swim Teams

A recreational swim team for youth ages 5-17 years who can swim 25

yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke. Meets on some Saturdays.

6/27-8/13 M/W/F 8-9:30 am $125 SW14200

(8-8:45 or 8:45-9:30)

Competitive/Splash Skills &

Techniques

(For swimmers who can swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back

stroke, who want to work on competitive stroke technique such as

butterfl y, diving and fl ip turns).

6/28-7/7 T/Th 8:30-9 am $21 SW14240

7/12-7/21 T/Th 8:30-9 am $21 SW14241

7/26-8/4 T/Th 8:30-9 am $21 SW14242

8/9-8/11 T/Th 8:30-9 am $11 SW14243

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

Somerset West Swim Center 503/645-1413

18300 NW Parkview Blvd., Portland

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Diana Waterstreet

Average Pool Temperature: 84° • Tri Met Bus #52 and #89

No Lessons: 7/4 • Holiday Schedule: 7/4, Noon-6 pm

No lap swim 8-9:30 am (T/Th) 6/22 & 6/24 due to staff training.

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

6:00-8:00

All Age Lap

8:00-9:30

Summer Splash

9:30-Noon

Instruction

AFTERNOON

Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:00-3:30

Maintenance

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

EVENING

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:15

Instruction

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

6:00-8:00

All Age Lap

8:00-9:30

All Age Lap/Instr.

(Limited Lanes)

8:30-9:30

Splash Technique

Workshop/

Private Lessons

9:30-Noon

Instruction

Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:00-3:30

Maintenance

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:45

Instruction

6:00-8:00

All Age Lap

8:00-9:30

Summer Splash

9:30-Noon

Instruction

Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:00-3:30

Maintenance

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:15

Instruction

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

6:00-8:00

All Age Lap

8:00-9:30

All Age Lap/Instr.

(Limited Lanes)

8:30-9:30

Splash Technique

Workshop/

Private Lessons

9:30-Noon

Instruction

Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:00-3:30

Maintenance

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:45

Instruction

6:00-8:00

All Age Lap

8:00-9:30

Summer Splash

9:30-Noon

Instruction

Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim

3:00-3:30

Maintenance

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:15

Instruction

7:15-8:30

Open Swim

10:00-Noon

Pool Rentals

Noon-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

Outdoor Pool

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:30

Open Swim

Pool Rentals

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10:00-Noon

Pool Rentals

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

Noon-1:00

All Age Lap

1:00-3:00

Open Swim

3:30-5:00

Open Swim

5:00-6:00

All Age Lap

6:00-7:30

Open Swim

Pool Rentals

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Beginning Swimming Skills

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $48 SW11000

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW11001

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW11002

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW11003

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW11004

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $48 SW11005

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11006

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11007

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11008

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11009

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $43 SW11018

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $64 SW11019

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $48 SW11020

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $43 SW11021

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $64 SW11022

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $48 SW11023

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $43 SW11030

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $48 SW11031

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $48 SW11032

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $43 SW11033

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $64 SW11034

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $48 SW11035

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:45-11:15 am $48 SW11046

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:45-11:15 am $48 SW11047

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $48 SW11054

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $48 SW11055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:35-7:05 pm $48 SW11056

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:35-7:05 pm $48 SW11057

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:10-7:40 pm $48 SW11058

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:10-7:40 pm $48 SW11059

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels C & D

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $48 SW11105

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11106

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11107

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11108

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW11109

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $43 SW11118

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $64 SW11119

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $48 SW11120

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $43 SW11121

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $64 SW11122

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $48 SW11123

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $43 SW11133

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $64 SW11134

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $48 SW11135

6/28-7/28 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $53 SW11148

8/2-9/1 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $53 SW11149

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:35-7:05 pm $53 SW11156

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:35-7:05 pm $53 SW11157

School Age Levels 1 & 2

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $48 SW12000

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12001

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12002

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12003

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12004

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $43 SW12021

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $64 SW12022

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $48 SW12023

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $43 SW12030

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $64 SW12031

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $48 SW12032

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:45-11:15 am $53 SW12046

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:45-11:15 am $53 SW12047

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 SW12054

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 SW12055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:10-7:40 pm $53 SW12058

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:10-7:40 pm $53 SW12059

Private and semi-private lessons are available on a fi rst come fi rst serve basis. They are offered during regular lesson times when

group lessons do not fi ll. Contact the swim center and leave information where you can be reached as well as your desired schedule

and we will call as soon as a spot opens up. The cost is $20 per 30 minute one-on one lesson, and $16 each for two students.

Whether your student has reached a plateau, gets distracted easily, or just learns better in a more controlled environment, private

lessons may be just the thing for you. Call us at 503/645-1413.

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Somerset West Swim Center 503/645-1413

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Levels 2½ & 3

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $48 SW12100

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12101

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12102

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12103

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:35-10:05 am $53 SW12104

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $43 SW12118

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $64 SW12119

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $48 SW12120

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $43 SW12121

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $64 SW12122

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 11:20-11:50 am $48 SW12123

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $43 SW12130

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $64 SW12131

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6-6:30 pm $48 SW12132

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:45-11:15 am $53 SW12146

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:45-11:15 am $53 SW12147

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 SW12154

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6-6:30 pm $53 SW12155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7:10-7:40 pm $53 SW12158

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7:10-7:40 pm $53 SW12159

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Level 3½

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $48 SW13005

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW13006

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW13007

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW13008

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:10-10:40 am $53 SW13009

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $43 SW13018

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $48 SW13020

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $43 SW13033

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $64 SW13034

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 6:35-7:05 pm $48 SW13035

6/28-7/28 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $53 SW13048

8/2-9/1 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $53 SW13049

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5-5:30 pm $53 SW13050

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5-5:30 pm $53 SW13051

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:35-7:05 pm $53 SW13056

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:35-7:05 pm $53 SW13057

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 4 & 5

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:45-11:15 am $64 SW13119

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5-5:30 pm $43 SW13124

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5-5:30 pm $64 SW13125

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5-5:30 pm $48 SW13126

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 SW13144

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 SW13145

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:30-6 pm $53 SW13152

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:30-6 pm $53 SW13153

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Fitness Swimmer

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 SW13244

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9-9:30 am $53 SW13245

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 5:30-6 pm $43 SW13227

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 5:30-6 pm $64 SW13228

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 5:30-6 pm $48 SW13229

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby/Toddler & Me

6/28-7/28 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $36 SW14048

8/2-9/1 T/Th 11:20-11:50 am $36 SW14049

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Center Name 503/629-xxxx

Sunset Swim Center

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Sunset Swim Center

13707 NW Science Park Drive

Portland, 97229 503/629-6315

TriMet Routes #62, 89

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Sunset Swim Center offers:

ADA Aquatic Lift

Average Pool Temperature: 85°

Sunset Swim

Center/

Park

MURRAY

Offi ce Hours:

Monday-Thursday 8 am-8 pm

Friday 8 am-6 pm

Saturday 12:30-5 pm

Closed: 7/4 & 9/5

HWY (26)

Sunset Day Camp

BARNES

8/29 M 8 am-5:30 pm $44 SS15100

8/30 T 8 am-5:30 pm $44 SS15101

8/31 W 8 am-5:30 pm $44 SS15102

9/1 Th 8 am-5:30 pm $44 SS15103

9/2 F 8 am-5:30 pm $44 SS15104

For more information, see our summer camp page 47.

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Aquatic Fitness Programs

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatics drop-in fi tness

classes where pre-registration is not required.

20 Visits: $60 ID $45 for ID seniors

20 Visits: $60 OD adults and seniors with assessment

Single Visit: $4.25 ID $12.75 OD without assessment

(No discount for OD seniors)

Shallow Water Aquarobics

(Fitness

Scale)

M-F 8-9 am Starts 6/27 (4)

Deep Water Aquarobics

M-F 8-9 am Starts 6/27 (4)

Splash Swim Teams

A recreational swim team for youth ages 5-17 years who can

swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke. Swim

meets held some Saturdays. Schedule handed out fi rst day of

program.

6/27-8/13 M/W/F/S 2-3 pm $125 SS13400

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

General Admission

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

Sunset Swim Center 503/629-6315

13707 NW Science Park Drive, Portland

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Margaret Keehn

Average Pool Temperature: 85°

TriMet Bus #62, #89

Offi ce Hours: 8 am-8 pm Mon-Thurs,

8 am-6 pm Fri, 12:30-5 pm Sat & Sun

Closed: 7/4, 9/5

*1 lap lane available

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

7:00-7:55

All Age Lap Swim

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

(Begins 6/27)

9:05-11:30

Instruction

AFTERNOON

11:30-1:00

Adult Lap Swim

1:00-2:00

Senior Swim

2:00-3:00

Summer Splash

3:05-5:00

Open Swim

5:10-7:30

Instruction

EVENING

7:30-8:30

Teen/Adult Lap

(Begins 6/27)

7:00-7:55

All Age Lap Swim

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

(Begins 6/28)

9:05-11:30

Instruction

11:30-1:00

Adult Lap Swim

1:00-3:00

Instruction*

3:05-5:00

Open Swim

5:10-7:30

Instruction

7:30-8:30

Teen/Adult Lap

(Begins 6/28)

7:00-7:55

All Age Lap Swim

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

(Begins 6/29)

9:05-11:30

Instruction

11:30-1:00

Adult Lap Swim

1:00-2:00

Senior Swim

2:00-3:00

Summer Splash

3:05-5:00

Open Swim

5:10-7:30

Instruction

7:30-8:30

Teen/Adult Lap

(Begins 6/29)

7:00-7:55

All Age Lap Swim

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

(Begins 6/30)

9:05-11:30

Instruction

11:30-1:00

Adult Lap Swim

1:00-3:00

Instruction*

3:05-5:00

Open Swim

5:10-7:30

Instruction

7:30-8:30

Teen/Adult Lap

(Begins 6/30)

7:00-7:55

All Age Lap Swim

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics/

DW Aerobics

(Begins 7/1)

9:05-11:30

Instruction

11:30-1:00

Adult Lap Swim

1:00-2:00

Senior Swim

2:00-3:00

Summer Splash

3:05-5:00

Open Swim

5:00-6:00

Adult Lap

7:00-Noon

Synchro Club

Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-4:00

Open Swim*

4:00-5:00

Adult Lap Swim

5:00-6:00

Pool Rentals

Aqua lift available

for pool entry

Outside Wading Pool

Ages 5 and under

Hours:

Mon-Sun 12:30-5:00 pm

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Noon-1:30

Adult Lap Swim

1:30-3:00

Open Swim*

3:15-5:00

Instruction

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

5:00-6:00

Pool Rentals

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Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $43 SSS11100

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $64 SSS11101

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 SSS11102

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $43 SSS11103

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $64 SSS11104

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 SSS11105

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $43 SSS11106

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $64 SSS11107

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 SSS11108

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $43 SSS11109

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $64 SSS11110

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 SSS11111

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11112

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11113

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 SSS11115

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 SSS11116

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11117

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11118

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS11119

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS11120

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 SSS11121

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11122

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 SSS11123

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11124

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11125

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11126

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11127

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11128

7/10-8/28 Su 3:15-3:45 pm $43 SSS11129

Preschool Level C

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $43 SSS11150

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $64 SSS11151

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 SSS11152

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $43 SSS11153

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $64 SSS11154

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 SSS11155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 SSS11156

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 SSS11157

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS11158

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS11159

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 SSS11160

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11161

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11162

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11163

7/10-8/28 Su 3:50-4:20 pm $43 SSS11164

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Level D

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $43 SSS11170

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $64 SSS11171

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 SSS11172

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $43 SSS11173

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $64 SSS11174

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 SSS11175

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11176

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11177

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11178

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11179

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11180

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 SSS11181

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11182

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11183

7/10-8/28 Su 4:25-4:55 pm $43 SSS11184

School Age Levels 1 & 2

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $43 SSS11200

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $64 SSS11201

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 SSS11202

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $43 SSS11203

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $64 SSS11204

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 SSS11205

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11206

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11207

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11208

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11209

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $48 SSS11210

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11211

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11212

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11213

7/10-8/28 Su 4:25-4:55 pm $43 SSS11214

School Age Level 2½

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $43 SSS11250

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $64 SSS11251

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:40-10:10 am $48 SSS11252

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 SSS11253

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:40-10:10 am $53 SSS11254

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11255

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 SSS11256

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $53 SSS11257

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11258

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11259

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS11260

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Sunset Swim Center 503/629-6315

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Level 3

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $43 SSS11270

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $64 SSS11271

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 9:05-9:35 am $48 SSS11272

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $43 SSS11273

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $64 SSS11274

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:15-10:45 am $48 SSS11275

6/28-7/28 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11276

8/2-9/1 T/Th 9:05-9:35 am $53 SSS11277

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11278

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:15-10:45 am $53 SSS11279

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $48 SSS11280

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS11281

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $48 SSS11282

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11283

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS11284

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:20-6:50 pm $53 SSS11285

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Level 3½

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $43 SSS12200

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $64 SSS12201

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 SSS12202

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS12203

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS12204

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $48 SSS12205

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS12206

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 SSS12207

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS12208

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS12209

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS12210

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS12211

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS12212

7/10-8/28 Su 3:15-3:45 pm $43 SSS12213

Preschool/School Levels 4 & 5

6/27-7/15 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $43 SSS12250

7/18-8/12 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $64 SSS12251

8/15-9/2 M/W/F 10:50-11:20 am $48 SSS12252

6/28-7/28 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS12253

8/2-9/1 T/Th 10:50-11:20 am $53 SSS12254

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $48 SSS12255

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS12256

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 SSS12257

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS12258

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS12259

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS12260

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS12261

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS12262

7/10-8/28 Su 3:50-4:20 pm $43 SSS12263

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Fitness Swimmer

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 SSS13200

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS13201

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS13202

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm $53 SSS13203

Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby/Toddler & Me

8/1-8/31 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $36 SS14000

Your & Your Preschooler

6/28-7/28 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $30 SS14100

Teen/Adult Swimming Skills

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $48 SSS11300

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS11301

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS11302

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:55-7:25 pm $53 SSS11303

Diving

6/27-7/27 M/W 5:10-5:40 pm $36 SS14200

8/2-9/1 T/Th 5:10-5:40 pm $40 SS14201

Private Lessons

6/28-7/7 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $80 SS16000

7/12-7/21 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $80 SS16001

7/26-8/4 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $80 SS16002

8/9-8/18 T/Th 2-2:30 pm $80 SS16003

6/28-7/7 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $80 SS16005

7/12-7/21 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $80 SS16006

7/26-8/4 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $80 SS16007

8/9-8/18 T/Th 2:35-3:05 pm $80 SS16008

Training Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Jr. Lifeguarding

7/7-7/21 T/Th 1-4 pm $98 SS15000

7/28-8/11 T/Th 1-4 pm $98 SS15001

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Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center

HMT Recreation Complex

15707 SW Walker Road

Beaverton 97006 503/629-6310

TriMet Routes #59, 67

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Laurie Conlin

The Aquatic Center offers:

ADA Handicapped Lift, Dive Platforms, Rope Swing

Average Pool Temperature: 83-84°

Hours:

Monday-Thursday 5 am - 10 pm

Friday 5 am - 9 pm

Saturday & Sunday Noon - 8 pm

Facility Closures: 7/9-7/10, 8/13

Special Schedule: 7/4, 7/8, 7/30, 8/26, 9/5

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Aquatic Fitness Programs

Fitness passes may be used for all aquatics drop-in fi tness

classes where pre-registration is not required.

20 Visits: $60 ID $45 for ID Seniors

(No discount for OD Seniors)

20 Visits: $60 OD Adults and Seniors with assessment

Single Visit: $4.25 ID $12.75 OD without assessment.

Shallow Water Aquarobics

(Fitness

Scale)

M-F 8-9 am (3-4)

Deep Water Aquarobics

M/W/F 10-11 am (4)

Low Impact Aquarobics

M/W/F 12:15-1:15 pm (2-3)

Summer Splash Swim Teams

A recreational swim team for youth ages 5-17 years who can

swim 25 yards crawl stroke and 25 yards back stroke.

End of season meet: 8/13.

6/27-8/12 M/W/F 10-11 am $125 AQ14210

In-district and THPRD cardholder:

Adults $ 3.50

Seniors and

Youths 17 and under $ 2.50

Households $10

General Admission

Out-of-district or non-THPRD

cardholder:

Adults and Seniors $10.50

Youths 17 and under $ 7.50

A THPRD frequent user pass or gift card may also be used.

See page 6 for information.

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Summer Pool Schedule

June 20 - September 5, 2011

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNES DAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

MORNING

5:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

(long course)

THSC/Barracuda

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics*

8:00-10:00

THWPC

9:00-11:30

Instruction

10:00-11:00

DW Aerobics*

AFTERNOON

11:00-1:30

Adult Lap Swim/

THDC/Barracudas

12:15-1:15

Low Impact

Aquarobics*

1:30-3:00

Open Swim/Diving

area opens at 2:00

3:00-6:30

THSC/THDC

THSSC/THWPC

EVENING

5:00-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:25-7:30

Instruction

7:35-9:00

Open Swim/THWPC

9:00-10:00

Lap Swim

(long course)

5:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

(long course)

THSC/Barracuda

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics*

8:00-10:00

THWPC

9:00-11:30

Instruction

11:00-1:30

Adult Lap Swim/

THDC/Barracudas

12:15-1:15

Instruction

1:30-3:00

Open Swim/Diving

area opens at 2:00

3:00-6:30

THSC/THDC

THSSC/THWPC

5:00-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:25-7:30

Instruction

7:35-9:00

Open Swim/THWPC

9:00-10:00

Lap Swim

(long course)

Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center 503/629-6310

HMT Complex -15707 SW Walker Road, Beaverton

Aquatic Facility Supervisor: Laurie Conlin

Average Pool Temperature: 83-84°

TriMet Bus #59, 67

Closures: 7/9-7/10, 8/13

Special Schedule: 7/4, 7/8, 7/30, 8/26, 9/5

*Punch card required

5:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

(long course)

THSC/Barracuda

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics*

8:00-10:00

THWPC

9:00-11:30

Instruction

10:00-11:00

DW Aerobics*

11:00-1:30

Adult Lap Swim/

THDC/Barracudas

12:15-1:15

Low Impact

Aquarobics*

1:30-3:00

Open Swim/Diving

area opens at 2:00

3:00-6:30

THSC/THDC

THSSC/THWPC

5:00-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:25-7:30

Instruction

7:35-9:00

Open Swim/THWPC

9:00-10:00

Lap Swim

(long course)

5:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

(long course)

THSC/Barracuda

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics*

8:00-10:00

THWPC

9:00-11:30

Instruction

11:00-1:30

Adult Lap Swim/

THDC/Barracudas

12:15-1:15

Instruction

1:30-3:00

Open Swim/Diving

area opens at 2:00

3:00-6:30

THSC/THDC

THSSC/THWPC

5:00-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:25-7:30

Instruction

7:35-9:00

Open Swim/THWPC

9:00-10:00

Lap Swim

(long course)

5:00-8:00

Adult Lap Swim

(long course)

THSC/Barracuda

8:00-9:00

Aquarobics*

8:00-10:00

THWPC

9:00-11:30

Instruction

10:00-11:00

DW Aerobics*

11:00-1:30

Adult Lap Swim/

THDC/Barracudas

12:15-1:15

Low Impact

Aquarobics*

1:30-3:00

Open Swim/Diving

area opens at 2:00

3:00-6:30

THSC/THDC

THSSC/THWPC

5:00-6:25

Adult Lap Swim

6:25-7:30

Instruction

7:35-9:00

Open Swim/THB

Dive-in Movie Night!

August 26, 2011

Showing: Batman Begins

Movie starts at approx. 8 pm

6:00-Noon

THDC, THSC,

THSSC, THWPC

Children under 10 years of age,

must be visually supervised by a

parent, guardian or caregiver at

least 15 years of age.

Children under 7 years of age

must be accompanied in the water

by a parent, guardian or caregiver

at least 15 years of age.

Noon-1:30

Lap Swim

1:30-3:30

Open Swim

4:00-6:00

Open Swim

6:00-8:00

Lap Swim

(long course)

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Noon-1:30

Lap Swim (long

course)

1:30-3:30

Open Swim

4:00-6:00

Open Swim

Iceberg: M/W/F

2-3 pm Open Swim

6:00-8:00

Lap Swim

(long course)

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Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Levels A & B

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $48 AQ11005

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ11006

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ11007

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ11008

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ11009

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ11010

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11011

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11012

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11013

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11014

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ11015

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11016

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11017

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11018

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11019

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ11026

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11027

6/27-7/27 M/W 7-7:30 pm $48 AQ11028

8/1-8/31 M/W 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11029

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11054

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11056

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11057

Preschool Level C

New Level

Information

on page 49

Class availability subject to change.

Preschool: Minimum age 3 years and toilet-trained.

School Age: Must have completed fi rst grade.

The parent, guardian or caregiver of a child under 10 years of age

must remain on the premises during class. When class ends, pick up

your preschooler at the dressing room entrance from deck.

Fees vary due to number of classes in session.

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ11110

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11111

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11112

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11113

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11114

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ11115

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11116

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11117

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11118

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11119

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ11126

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11127

6/27-7/27 M/W 7-7:30 pm $48 AQ11128

8/1-8/31 M/W 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11129

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11154

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11156

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11157

Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool Level D

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ11210

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11211

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11212

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11213

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ11214

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ11215

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11216

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11217

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11218

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ11219

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ11226

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11227

6/27-7/27 M/W 7-7:30 pm $48 AQ11228

8/1-8/31 M/W 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11229

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11254

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ11255

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11256

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ11257

School Age Levels 1 & 2

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ12010

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12011

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12012

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12013

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12014

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ12015

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12016

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12017

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12018

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12019

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ12026

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ12027

6/27-7/27 M/W 7-7:30 pm $48 AQ12028

8/1-8/31 M/W 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ12029

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ12054

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ12055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ12056

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ12057

Join us for a

Dive-in Movie

August 26, 2011

Showing:

Batman Begins

Starts at 8 pm

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Beginning Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

School Age Level 2½

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ12110

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12111

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12112

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12113

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ12114

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ12115

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12116

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12117

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12118

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ12119

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ12126

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ12127

6/27-7/27 M/W 7-7:30 pm $48 AQ12128

8/1-8/31 M/W 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ12129

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ12154

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ12155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ12156

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ12157

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 3 & 3½

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $48 AQ13005

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13006

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13007

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13008

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13009

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ13010

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13011

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13012

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13013

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13014

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ13015

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13016

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13017

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13018

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13019

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ13026

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ13027

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ13054

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ13055

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ13056

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ13057

Intermediate Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Preschool/School Age Levels 4 & 5

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $48 AQ13105

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13106

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13107

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13108

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:15-9:45 am $53 AQ13109

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ13110

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13111

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13112

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13113

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13114

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ13115

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13116

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13117

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13118

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ13119

6/27-7/27 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ13126

8/1-8/31 M/W 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ13127

6/28-7/28 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ13154

8/2-9/1 T/Th 6:25-6:55 pm $53 AQ13155

6/28-7/28 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ13156

8/2-9/1 T/Th 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ13157

Advanced Swimming Skills

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Fitness Swimmer

Participant must have completed level 5. Swimmer will spend part of

the class working on swimming technique and part of class working on

endurance swimming.

6/27-7/8 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $48 AQ13210

7/11-7/22 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13211

7/25-8/5 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13212

8/22-9/2 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13214

Personal Water Safety

Participant must have completed level 5. Swimmer will spend part of the

class working on swimming technique and part of the class working on

water safety skills.

8/8-8/19 M-F 9:50-10:20 am $53 AQ13213

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Specialty Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Baby/Toddler & Me

(Ages 6 mths-2 yrs) Swim diapers required. One parent/guardian per child

required.

7/1-9/2 F 9:15-9:45 am $36 AQ14000

7/1-9/2 F 6:25-6:55 pm $33 AQ14001

7/17-8/28 Su 3:30-4 pm $25 AQ14002

You & Your Preschooler

Ages 3-6 yrs. Be part of the teaching experience!

Levels A-B: Develops water adjustment, fl oating, gliding & kicking.

Parent participation required.

7/1-9/2 F 6:25-6:55 pm $48 AQ14101

Teen/Adult Swimming Skills

6/27-7/8 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $48 AQ14315

7/11-7/22 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ14316

7/25-8/5 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ14317

8/8-8/19 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ14318

8/22-9/2 M-F 10:25-10:55 am $53 AQ14319

6/27-7/27 M/W 7-7:30 pm $48 AQ14328

8/1-8/31 M/W 7-7:30 pm $53 AQ14329

Aqua Fun & Fitness for Teens

Ages 13-19 yrs. Join us for an aerobic fi tness class for teens. It will

involve a combination of aerobic exercises and games to music in the

shallow water. What a great way for you and your friends to exercise on

a warm summer day! Water shoes are recommended.

6/28-8/11 T/Th 12:15-1:15 pm $86 AQ14220

Private Lessons

6/29-7/20 W 6:25-6:55 pm $80 AQ16600

6/29-7/20 W 7-7:30 pm $80 AQ16601

7/27-8/17 W 6:25-6:55 pm $80 AQ16602

7/27-8/17 W 7-7:30 pm $80 AQ16603

8/24-8/31 W 6:25-6:55 pm $40 AQ16604

8/24-8/31 W 7-7:30 pm $40 AQ16605

6/28-7/7 T/Th 9:50-10:20 am $80 AQ16606

6/28-7/7 T/Th 10:25-10:55 am $80 AQ16607

7/12-7/21 T/Th 9:50-10:20 am $80 AQ16608

7/12-7/21 T/Th 10:25-10:55 am $80 AQ16609

7/26-8/4 T/Th 9:50-10:20 am $80 AQ16610

7/26-8/4 T/Th 10:25-10:55 am $80 AQ16611

8/9-8/18 T/Th 9:50-10:20 am $80 AQ16612

8/9-8/18 T/Th 10:25-10:55 am $80 AQ16613

8/23-9/1 T/Th 9:50-10:20 am $80 AQ16614

8/23-9/1 T/Th 10:25-10:55 am $80 AQ16615

7/1,15,22 F 7-7:30 pm $60 AQ16619

7/29-8/12 F 7-7:30 pm $60 AQ16620

8/19-9/2 F 7-7:30 pm $60 AQ16621

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Training Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Private Lessons (continued)

7/2,16,23 S 12-12:30 pm $60 AQ16622

7/2,16,23 S 12:30-1 pm $60 AQ16623

7/2,16,23 S 1-1:30 pm $60 AQ16624

8/6-8/27 S 12-12:30 pm $80 AQ16625

8/6-8/27 S 12:30-1 pm $80 AQ16626

8/6-8/27 S 1-1:30 pm $80 AQ16627

7/3,17,24 Su 12-12:30 pm $60 AQ16628

7/3,17,24 Su 12:30-1 pm $60 AQ16629

7/3,17,24 Su 1-1:30 pm $60 AQ16630

8/7-8/28 Su 12-12:30 pm $80 AQ16631

8/7-8/28 Su 12:30-1 pm $80 AQ16632

8/7-8/28 Su 1-1:30 pm $80 AQ16633

Training Programs

Date Day Time Cost Class#

Junior Lifeguard and Swim Aide

Ages 12-15 years. Participants receive comprehensive training in the

knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for the lifeguard training

program and also receive training in teaching beginning swimming skills.

Volunteer opportunities at THPRD pools are available to those who

successfully complete the course.

Must be able to swim 300 yards and tread water for two minutes

7/26-8/4 T/Th 9 am-1 pm $98 AQ14300

Aqua Camp (Ages 7-12 years)

Come join us for a day fi lled with exciting outdoor games and a

splashing good time in the pool. Bring a sack lunch, swim suit and

towel each day. Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes (no “slipons”,

no open toe) for playing outside are a must.

Half hour swim lesson is included each day. Sign up for as many

sessions as you like.

Drop off starts at 8:45 am. Swim lesson starts promptly at

9:15 am.

6/27-6/30 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14200

7/11-7/14 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14201

7/18-7/21 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14202

7/25-7/28 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14203

8/8-8/11 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14204

8/15-8/18 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14205

8/22-8/25 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14206

8/29-9/1 M-Th 8:45 am-4:30 pm $133 AQ14207

For before and after camp care, see page 45

or call the Tualatin Hills Athletic Center at

503/629-6330.

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Tualatin Hills Athletic Center

HMT Recreation Complex

15707 SW Walker Road

Beaverton, 97006 503/629-6330

Fax 503/629-6335

TriMet Routes #59, 67

Summer Term: June 20 - September 5, 2011

Summer Hours:

Monday-Friday, 6 am-9 pm

Saturday, 8 am-9 pm; Sunday, 10 am-9 pm

Closures: 5/30, 7/4, 9/5

Facility closure for maintenance: 8/22-8/28

(Offi ce open 8 am-6 pm)

MURRAY

Athletic Facility Rental

The Athletic Center is available for rental on a limited

basis for practices, special events and social oc ca sions.

For details regarding tournaments and rentals, please call

Kyle Kotchik at 503/629-6330.

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Athletic Center Staff

Julie Rocha, Center Supervisor

Leslie Mundt, Program Coordinator

Julie Pacarro Stout, Program Coordinator

April Hammel, Program Coordinator

Corey Griffi n, Program Coordinator

Kay Van Dyke, Offi ce Tech

Indoor Play Group

ACIP is a co-op indoor play group (defi nition below) for families with

children ages newborn through 6 years old. Our safe, enclosed play

area is fi lled with riding toys, a climbing structure, play house, totsized

basketball, great play kitchen, and additional toys for babies,

toddlers and other young ones. Children not only develop motor

skills, they make new friends.

When: Meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10-11:30 am.

Occasionally the ACIP will not be able to meet due to special

events or building closures. If you are a fi rst-time visitor, it is highly

recommended you call ahead to be sure the ACIP is meeting that

day.

Where: Tualatin Hills Athletic Center, Court 6.

About us: We are a cooperative, which means member families

share duties in running the play group. This helps keep our fees

low. Annual fees are adjusted according to when families sign up.

There is also a $15 initial fee with a $15 refundable deposit.

We are currently accepting new memberships, so try us out by

dropping in for a visit during open hours.

Summer Twilight Track Meet Series

Join our all-ages, all-comers track meets. All meets are held at

Westview High School at 5:45 p.m. on Thursday nights in July.

Register for events at the meets. See www.thprd.org/sports/

ytrack.cfm for a listing of events, age groups and approximate

time schedule. Fun for the whole family. Best of all it’s FREE.

Meet dates: July 7 July 14

July 21 July 28

Follow us on

www.facebook.com/thprdAthletics

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Drop-in Sports &

Fitness Programs

The Tualatin Hills Athletic Center offers a variety of

drop-in sports for youth, family, adults and seniors.

A THPRD residency card is re quired for all drop-in

participation. Indoor gym shoes please.

Drop-in Sports Schedule for Summer

Basketball

Badminton

Volleyball

Table

Tennis

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

12:30-2:30 pm

Adult

2:30-5 pm

Family/Teen

12:30-2:30 pm

Adult

2:30-5 pm

Family/Teen

*All times and days subject to change weekly.

12:30-2:30 pm

Adult

2:30-5 pm

Family/Teen

Drop-in Sports & Fitness Fees

(for sports and track)

Youth: $2.50, $7.50 without OD assessment; Adult: $3.50,

$10.50 without OD assessment. Seniors:$2.50 ID, $3.50

OD with paid assessment, $10.50 OD without assessment.

Frequent User Passes avail able. Refer to page 6 for details.

Special Event

12:30-2:30 pm

Adult

2:30-5 pm

Family/Teen

5th Annual Disc Golf Tournament at Greenway Park

Date: TBD (check www.thprd.org for update)

Families and ages youth-11 yrs at 10 am

12-17 yrs and 18+ yrs at noon

Meet at Hole #1. Bring two cans of food to donate to Sunshine Pantry. Call

for more information and to pre-register.

Drop-in Sports:

Basketball, table tennis, vol ley ball, bad min ton:

Due to heavy demands on gym space, the drop-in schedule varies

by week. Sched ules are avail able for your convenience. Please pick

one up or call the Athletic Center. At certain times, adult basketball

may be re strict ed to in-district patrons only. Photo ID required.

Indoor Walking-Jogging Track Hours (track distance: 1/6 mile):

Monday-Friday: 6 am - 9 pm

Saturday: 8 am - 9 pm

Sunday: 10 am - 9 pm

12:30-2:30 pm

Adult

2:30-5 pm

Family/Teen

6-9 pm

Teen

6-9 pm

Teen

Shower Fee

Call for times Call for times

Call for times Call for times

6-9 pm

Adult

Call for times

Adult

Call for times

Adult

Time Varies

1-9 pm

$1.75 fee will be charged to all persons not participating

in paid activities. Dressing rooms: It is requested that all

children ages 6 and older use the locker rooms for their

own gender. If this presents a problem for you, please

check with the staff at the front desk.

6-9 pm

Adult

Call for times

Adult

Call for times

Adult

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We are more than just recreation! THPRD classes teach

of many skills, including self-confidence, cooperation,

motivation, active listening, discipline, team-building, effective

communication, problem-solving and decision-making.

Empowerment, ability and positive aptitude are celebrated!

Arts & Crafts - Preschool/Youth

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Messy Little Fingers

Find out how our own little fi ngers can tell a story through fi nger

painting, making pictures with different art media, and creating fun

crafts. Parent participation required for the 1½ to 4 year old classes.

No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 9:15-10 am 1½-3 yrs $24

AC14101 Rm 101

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 10:15-11 am 2-4 yrs $24

AC14102 Rm 101

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 11:15 am-Noon 4-6 yrs $24

AC14103 Rm 101

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 9:15-10 am 1½-3 yrs $29

AC14104 Rm 101

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 10:15-11 am 2-4 yrs $29

AC14105 Rm 101

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 11:15 am-Noon 4-6 yrs $29

AC14106 Rm 101

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 9:15-10 am 1½-3 yrs $29

AC14107 Rm 101

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 10:15-11 am 2-4 yrs $29

AC14108 Rm 101

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 11:15 am-Noon 4-6 yrs $29

AC14109 Rm 101

Camps

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Arts of the World Camp

Explore different cultures of the world through art. Each day we

will explore a different region of the world and make several art

projects based on countries in that region. Join us for fun with visual

presentations and lots of exciting art projects.

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 1-2:30 pm 5-8 yrs $63

AC14201 Rm 101

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 3-4:30 pm 9-13 yrs $63

AC14202 Rm 101

All classes are for registered participants only. Please do not leave any

children unattended in the bleachers or on the sidelines. Participants

must meet the age requirement within 14 days of the fi rst class.

Camps - Youth/Teen

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Badminton Camp

Badminton is easy to learn and fun to play in a camp atmosphere!. This

camp is designed for you to understand badminton and start enjoying it

Skills you will learn include: grip, footwork, serve, net play, shots, and

more. You will enjoy the game more when you know how and when to

use these skills.

6/20-6/24 (1) M-F 2-5 pm 5-12 yrs $85

AC17201 Ct 6

7/11-7/15 (1) M-F 2-5 pm 5-12 yrs $85

AC17202 Ct 6

Flag Football Camp

Campers will develop football skills focusing on passing, receiving,

kicking, skilled positions and offensive and defensive strategies.

Campers will enjoy short scrimmage games and other fun games and

activities. Along with football skills your child will learn teamwork, selfconfi

dence and sportsmanship. Class will be non-contact. Campers will

swim twice at the Aquatic Center.

7/5-7/8 (1) T-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $115

AC17203 Soccer Field

Lacrosse Camp

This camp develops basic to intermediate Lacrosse skills through basic

drills, games and scrimmages. Focus will be on ground balls, stick

skills, passing, and shooting. Along with lacrosse skills, your child will

learn teamwork, self-confi dence and sportsmanship. Camp will be noncontact

(no pads required). Campers are encouraged to bring their own

stick. Campers will swim twice at the Aquatic Center.

7/18-7/22 (1) M-F 9am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17204 Soccer Field

Tiger Basketball Camp

This camp is a great place for any young player who is looking to learn

and improve basketball skills, make new friends, enjoy other activities

and have fun! Campers will develop all basketball skills: shooting,

passing, dribbling, rebounding and defense. Camp will give the kind of

focused, intensive training that is essential to improvement. Your child

will learn teamwork, cooperation and build up confi dence. Campers will

swim twice at the Aquatic Center.

6/27-7/1 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17205 Ct 4

7/11-7/15 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17206 Ct 4

7/25-7/29 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17207 Ct 4

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17208 Ct 4

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Camps - Youth/Teen

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Tiger Soccer Camp

Campers will develop soccer fundamentals, skills and proper soccer

techniques through activities and short scrimmage games as well as

enjoying other fun games and activities in this camp. This camp will

emphasizes teamwork, fair play, fun, cooperation and building up

confi dence. Campers will swim twice at the Aquatic Center.

6/27-7/1 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17209 Soccer Field

7/11-7/15 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17210 Soccer Field

7/25-7/29 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17211 Soccer Field

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 7-14 yrs $137

AC17212 Soccer Field

Sports Madness Camp

This camp serves as an introduction to sports for children wanting to

learn a variety of sports. The camp environment and curriculum are

based on true sports instruction and fun in hopes of planting the seeds

for a lifetime of sports passion, appreciation and above all, participation.

Campers will swim twice during the week.

6/20-6/24 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17213 Ct 4

7/5-7/8 (1) T-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $115

AC17214 Ct 4

7/18-7/22 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17215 Ct 4

8/8-8/12 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17216 Ct 4

8/15-8/19 (1) M-F 9 am-3 pm 5-14 yrs $137

AC17217 Ct 4

Volleyball Camp

This camp is an exciting and fun camp in which young athletes to

compete and train in the sport they love. Skill mastery, enthusiasm,

intensity and life skills training make this camp a perfect fi t for those

who love the sport of volleyball. Knee pads not provided with camp.

6/27-7/1 (1) M-F 2-5 pm 13-17 yrs $85

AC17218 Ct 6

7/18-7/22 (1) M-F 2-5 pm 9-13 yrs $85

AC17219 Ct 6

Camps - Youth/Teen

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

AC Before-Camp Fun

Do you have to be at work before your child’s camp begins? You can

sign your camper up for this before care program. Athletic Center and

Aquatic Center camp participants welcome. Fun activities are planned

each day. Drop-ins welcome - $5 - no pre-registration necessary.

6/20-6/24 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17221 Rm 101

6/27-7/1 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17222 Rm 101

7/5-7/8 (1) T-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $19

AC17223 Rm 101

7/11-7/15 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17224 Rm 101

7/18-7/22 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17225 Rm 101

7/25-7/29 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17226 Rm 101

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17227 Rm 101

8/8-8/12 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17228 Rm 101

8/15-8/19 (1) M-F 7-9 am 5-14 yrs $23

AC17229 Rm 101

AC After-Camp Fun

You don’t have to get off work early to pick your child up from camp!

Sign your camper up for this after care program. Athletic Center and

Aquatic Center camp participants welcome. Fun activities are planned

each day. Drop-ins welcome - $5 - no pre-registration necessary -

please check in at the Athletic Center front desk in the morning.

6/20-6/24 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17230 Rm 101

6/27-7/1 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17231 Rm 101

7/5-7/8 (1) T-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $23

AC17232 Rm 101

7/11-7/15 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17233 Rm 101

7/18-7/22 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17234 Ct 5

7/25-7/29 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17235 Rm 101

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17236 Rm 101

8/8-8/12 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17237 Rm 101

8/15-8/19 (1) M-F 3-5:30 pm 5-14 yrs $29

AC17238 Ct 5

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Camps - Teen

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Media Camps for Teens

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a fi lmmaker?

Use HD cameras, write scripts, create a stop motion animation, edit

with Final Cut PRO – all of this using the latest technology? This

summer you can fi nd out when you spend your week totally immersed

in a creative summer program at THPRD in partnership with Portland

Community Media. For more details on each class, see page 46.

Field Production – Documentary

Explore the exciting fi eld of digital fi lmmaking. This camp is held at the

Athletic Center.

7/11-7/15 (1) M-F 1:30-4:30 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17301 Rm 101

Digital Storytelling

Weave together images, narration and music to tell personal stories.

This camp is held at Conestoga. Location and time to be announced.

7/18-7/22 (1) M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17505

Stop Motion – Animation

Travel through the world of Stop Motion Animation. This camp is held

at the Athletic Center.

7/25-7/29 (1) M-F 1:30-4:30 pm 13-17 yrs $175

AC17302 Rm 101

Field Production – Narrative Movie

Explore the exciting fi eld of digital fi lmmaking in this hands-on, week

program in basic narrative fi lm production. Location and time to be

announced. This camp is held at Conestoga.

7/25-7/29(1) M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17507

Studio Production

Learn how to direct, produce and shoot a TV show. This camp will

meet at the Athletic Center.

8/1-8/5 (1) M-F 9 am-2 pm 13-17 yrs $200

AC17303 Rm 101

Editing Final Cut Pro

Explore concepts of editing while developing a basic understanding

of Apple’s Final Cut Pro editing software. Location and time to be

announced. This camp is held at Conestoga.

8/15-8/19 (1) M-F 1-4 pm 13-17 yrs $175

CO17509

General Interest

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Tots in Tow

Parent and child will have fun together learning creative movement

activities, including musical games, parachute games, and more in a

playful environment! Your child will learn better balance, coordination,

and fl exibility while gaining confi dence in a fun and exciting way.

Parent participation required.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 10:45-11:15 am 1½-3 yrs $22

AC15101 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 10:45-11:15 am 1½-3 yrs $22

AC15102 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 10:45-11:15 am 1½-3 yrs $22

AC15103 Ct 1

Learning Letters & Sounds

Get your child ready for kindergarten and inspire a love of learning.

They will participate and learn through music, singing and hands-on

activities and games. They will learn to identify and sound out all letters

of the alphabet, establish a strong knowledge and comprehension

of basic reading skills through sight words. Teacher utilizes musical

instruments during class.

6/21-8/18 (9) T/Th 9-10 am 3-5 yrs $114

AC15104 Rm 101

6/21-8/18 (9) T/Th 11:50 am-12:50 pm 3-5 yrs $114

AC15105 Rm 101

Learning Letters & Sounds & Math

Children will improve their reading skills for the fi rst hour and the fi nal

half hour will be devoted to learning some basic math concepts that will

include number counting, simple addition, and subtraction. Child must

have attended one session of Learning Letters & sounds.

6/21-8/18 (9) T/Th 10:10-11:40 am 3-5 yrs $162

AC15106 Rm 101

Tutor Time with Miss Emily

Miss Emily is offering specialized tutoring to meet your child’s

educational needs. Improve their reading, reading comprehension and

basic math skills while providing them with lifelong learning skills that

include self-confi dence, discipline and motivation!

6/21-8/16 (9) T 1:15-2 pm 4-5 yrs $186

AC15107 Rm 101

6/23-8/18 (9) Th 1:15-2 pm 4-5 yrs $186

AC15108 Rm 101

6/21-8/16 (9) T 2:15-3 pm 5-6 yrs $186

AC15109 Rm 101

6/23-8/18 (9) Th 2:15-3 pm 5-6 yrs $186

AC15110 Rm 101

6/21-8/16 (9) T 3:15-4 pm 6-7 yrs $186

AC15111 Rm 101

6/23-8/18 (9) Th 3:15-4 pm 6-7 yrs $186

AC15112 Rm 101

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General Interest - Teen/Adult All classes are for registered participants only. Please do not leave any

Tualatin Hills Skate Park

The skate park is located on

the north end of the Howard M.

Terpenning Recreation Complex.

Helmets and protective gear

are highly recommended. Park

hours are dawn to dusk. Weather

permitting.

Novice Skate Park

The new novice skate park is

located next to the big skate park

at the north end of the Howard M

Terpenning Recreation complex.

Helmets and protective gear are

highly recommended. Hours are

dawn to dusk. Weather permitting.

Outdoor Roller Hockey Arena

Visit our outdoor Roller Hockey

arena, located on the North end

of the Howard M. Terpenning

Recreation Complex! Arena hours:

dawn to dusk. Weather permitting.

Cedar Hills Park Bocce Courts

There are 3 bocce courts at Cedar

Hills Park ready for drop-in. Call

the Athletic Center with any

questions.

Greenway Park Disc Golf

Greenway Park has a ninehole

disc golf course. Look for

tournament information at

www.thprd.org.

Tualatin Hills Fun Runs

THPRD Fun Runs for kids

throughout Beaverton! A great

time for kids and their friends,

with fun prizes and themes. More

information available at THPRD

centers and on our website at

www.thprd.org.

Stroller Fitness Program

Join Portland’s premier stroller fi tness

program. Classes are targeted for all

fi tness levels. Classes combine bouts

of cardiovascular exercise with strength

stations using the environment and

resistance tubing.

All classes are taught by nationally

certifi ed personal trainers and group exercise instructors with pre/

post-natal backgrounds to ensure that classes are safe, will meet

your goals, and are fun and challenging. Class is limited to 12-15

moms. Munchkins can come as long as they are comfortable in a

stroller. The fi rst class is FREE! Bring your baby and get fi t!

Weekly Schedule at the Athletic Center:

Mondays: STROLLFIT - 9:30-10:45 am

Tuesdays: STROLLFIT - 9:30-10:25 am

Wednesdays: STROLLFIT - 9:30-10:45 am

Thursday: STROLLFIT - 9:30-10:25 am

Fridays: STROLLFIT - 9:30-10:45 am

Baby Boot Camp stroller-based fi tness classes are designed

specifi cally to help moms get fi t. It takes the place of a personal

trainer at a time in your life when you need one more than ever.

Classes combine strength-training exercises with cardiovascular

drills. Pilates, yoga and abdominal exercises help improve core

strength. The stroller, resistance tubes (and even your child) are

used as an integral part of the workout.

Contact Kylan Pimley for more information and pricing at 503/780-

9235 or kylan.pimley@babybootcamp.com. Or check the website

at www.babybootcamp.com. Classes meet just outside the Athletic

Center or indoors in case of inclement weather.

children unattended in the bleachers or on the sidelines. Participants

must meet the age requirement within 14 days of the fi rst class.

Sports & Fitness - Preschool

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Adventure in Sports

You and your child will explore different sports and games each week

in an exciting sports adventure! Focus on having fun, learning different

sports, teamwork and building self-confi dence. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 4-4:30 pm 4-6 yrs $18

AC12100 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 10-10:30 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12101 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 4-4:30 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12102 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 10-10:30 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12103 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 4-4:30 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12104 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 10-10:30 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12105 Ct 2

Diamond Dreams

Is your child ready to play T-ball? Get ready by learning basic skills:

throwing, catching, hitting off a Tee, base running, and more in a fun

environment. Your child will learn to love the sport along with learning

sportsmanship, cooperation, self-confi dence and more. Glove optional.

No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $18

AC12106 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 1-1:30 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12107 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12108 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC12109 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 1-1:30 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12110 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12111 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC12112 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 1-1:30 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12113 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12114 Ct 2

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All classes are for registered participants only. Please do not leave any

children unattended in the bleachers or on the sidelines. Participants

must meet the age requirement within 14 days of the fi rst class.

Sports & Fitness - Preschool

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Fitness Fun for Girls

Instill the love of exercise at a young age! Let your child burn off some

energy and have fun with warm-ups, games, sports and music. They

will learn a variety of ways to stay active, while building confi dence,

character and body strength.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 1-1:30 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12115 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 1-1:30 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12116 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 1-1:30 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12117 Ct 1

Games Galore

This class will prepare your child to interact with peers and ready them

for organized sports. Children will have fun using their imagination to

create stories and games using prompts from the instructor. Anything

goes in this safe, fun-fi lled class. Your child will learn to play well

with others and will learn listening skills as each child will have the

opportunity to feel free to explore their own creative depths. No class

7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 9:15-9:45 am 3-5 yrs $18

AC12118 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 4:30-5 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12119 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 9:15-9:45 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12120 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 4:30-5 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12121 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 9:15-9:45 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12122 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 4:30-5 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12123 Ct 1

Movement Maniacs

Join the fun with this movement class open to both boys and girls. The

focus will be getting fi t using movement, music, and games! A great

class to build confi dence and creativity while working on listening skills,

group participation, and following directions. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 12:30-1 pm 3-6 yrs $18

AC12124 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 12:30-1 pm 3-6 yrs $22

AC12125 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 12:30-1 pm 3-6 yrs $22

AC12126 Ct 1

Sports & Fitness - Preschool

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Munchkin Music & More

Sing, dance, and have fun while music gently leads your child

to discover movement in this new class. Help develop strength,

coordination, and balance. Parent participation required. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 9:15-9:45 am 2-4 yrs $18

AC12127 Ct 1

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 10-10:30 am 2-4 yrs $22

AC12128 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 9:15-9:45 am 2-4 yrs $22

AC12129 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 10-10:30 am 2-4 yrs $22

AC12130 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 9:15-9:45 am 2-4 yrs $22

AC12131 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 10-10:30 am 2-4 yrs $22

AC12132 Ct 1

Pee Wee Cheerleading

Your child will enjoy this class learning how to do cheers, dance, jump

and use pom poms. This class will help your child express him/herself

by cheering on family members at games! Cheering instills confi dence

and encourages involvement.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 2:30-3 pm 3½-6 yrs $22

AC12133 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 2:30-3 pm 3½-6 yrs $22

AC12134 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 2:30-3 pm 3½-6 yrs $22

AC12135 Ct 1

Pee Wee Football

This class is focused on having fun while learning. Your child will

learn the basic football skills, teamwork, cooperation and will build

confi dence, simplifi ed for younger children. Class is non-contact and

held indoors.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 9:15-9:45 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12136 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12137 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 9:15-9:45 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12138 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12139 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 9:15-9:45 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12140 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 3:45-4:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12141 Ct 1

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Sports & Fitness - Preschool

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Pee Wee Hoops

Start your child off learning the basics of basketball and building their

confi dence in a fun environment. Learn to catch, pass, dribble, and

shoot a basketball. Emphasizes positive attitude, fair play, and fun. No

class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 10-10:30 am 3-5 yrs $18

AC12142 Ct 2

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 12:30-1 pm 3-5 yrs $18

AC12143 Ct 2

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 5:30-6 pm 4-6 yrs $18

AC12144 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 10:45-11:15 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12145 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 10-10:30 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12146 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 12:30-1 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12147 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 5:30-6 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12148 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 10:45-11:15 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12149 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 10-10:30 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12150 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 12:30-1 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12151 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 5:30-6 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12152 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 10:45-11:15 am 3-5 yrs $22

AC12153 Ct 2

Pee Wee Soccer

Dribbling, trapping, and passing are included in this indoor class.

Your child will have fun, learn teamwork, cooperation and build up

confi dence. Shin guards and gym shoes recommended. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 10:45-11:15 am 4-6 yrs $18

AC12154 Ct 2

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 1:15-1:45 pm 3-5 yrs $18

AC12155 Ct 1

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 4:45-5:15 pm 3-5 yrs $18

AC12156 Ct 2

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 6:15-6:45 pm 4-6 yrs $18

AC12157 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC12158 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12159 Ct 3

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 5:15-5:45 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12160 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 10:45-11:15 am 4-6 yrs $22

Continued

All classes are for registered participants only. Please do not leave any

children unattended in the bleachers or on the sidelines. Participants

must meet the age requirement within 14 days of the fi rst class.

Sports & Fitness - Preschool

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Pee Wee Soccer (continued)

Time Ages Cost

AC12161 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 1:15-1:45 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12162 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 4:45-5:15 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12163 Ct 2

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 6:15-6:45 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12164 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 11:30am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC12165 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12166 Ct 3

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 5:15-5:45 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12167 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 10:45-11:15 am 4-6 yrs $22

AC12168 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 1:15-1:45 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12169 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 4:45-5:15 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12170 Ct 2

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 6:15-6:45 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12171 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC12172 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 3-5 yrs $22

AC12173 Ct 3

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 5:45-6:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12174 Ct 1

Pee Wee Soccer (Girls Only)

Dribbling, trapping, and passing are included in this indoor class just

for girls. Your daughter will have fun, learn teamwork, cooperation and

build up confi dence. Shin guards and gym shoes recommended.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12175 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

AC12176 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 1:45-2:15 pm 4-6 yrs $22

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All classes are for registered participants only. Please do not leave any

children unattended in the bleachers or on the sidelines. Participants

must meet the age requirement within 14 days of the fi rst class.

Sports & Fitness - Preschool

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Tumble Tots

You and your child will have fun tumbling through a jumble of mats and

equipment. Lead you and your child through basic movements, jumps,

and tumbling skills while developing your child’s motor skills, strength,

and fl exibility. Parent participation required. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 10-10:30 am 2-3 yrs $18

AC13101 Ct 1

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 10:45-11:15 am 2-3 yrs $18

AC13102 Ct 1

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 9:15-9:45 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13103 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 10-10:30 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13104 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 10:45-11:15 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13105 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 9:15-9:45 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13106 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 10-10:30 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13107 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 10:45-11:15 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13108 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 9:15-9:45 am 2-3 yrs $22

AC13109 Ct 1

Tumbling

A fun way for your child to work on gymnastic skills! Emphasizes basic

movements, jumps, fl oor work fundamentals, somersaults, etc. Builds

strength, fl exibility, coordination and confi dence. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $18

AC13110 Ct 1

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 11:30 am-Noon 3-6 yrs $22

AC13111 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC13112 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 11:30 am-Noon 3-6 yrs $22

AC13113 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 11:30 am-Noon 3-5 yrs $22

AC13114 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 11:30 am-Noon 3-6 yrs $22

AC13115 Ct 1

Sports & Fitness - Youth

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Basketball Scrimmages

Who wants to practice all the time? This basketball class will have

warm-up drills and instruction with most of the class dedicated to

controlled scrimmage games. Instructor will control the scrimmages

for instruction opportunities and safety. Participants will develop their

basketball skills - shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding and defense

along with learning sportsmanship, teamwork and self-confi dence.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 4:30-5:30 pm 10-14 yrs $38

AC12201 Ct 3

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 5:45-6:45 pm 10-14 yrs $38

AC12202 Ct 3

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 4:30-5:30 pm 10-14 yrs $38

AC12203 Ct 3

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 5:45-6:45 pm 10-14 yrs $38

AC12204 Ct 3

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 4:30-5:30 pm 10-14 yrs $38

AC12205 Ct 3

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 5:45-6:45 pm 10-14 yrs $38

AC12206 Ct 3

Basketball Skillz

For the young player who has the basic skills and wants to learn the

game at a higher level and a better understanding of game situations

and strategies. Instruction will give the kind of focused, intensive

training that is essential to improvement. Skill mastery, enthusiasm,

intensity and improved confi dence and self-esteem make this class a

perfect fi t for those who love the sport of basketball. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 2-2:45 pm 6-9 yrs $25

AC12207 Ct 3

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 4-4:45 pm 9-11 yrs $25

AC12208 Ct 3

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 5-5:45 pm 10-14 yrs $25

AC12209 Ct 3

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 2-2:45 pm 6-9 yrs $30

AC12210 Ct 3

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 4-4:45 pm 9-11 yrs $30

AC12211 Ct 3

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 5-5:45 pm 10-14 yrs $30

AC12212 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 2-2:45 pm 6-9 yrs $30

AC12213 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 4-4:45 pm 9-11 yrs $30

AC12214 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 5-5:45 pm 10-14 yrs $30

AC12215 Ct 3

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Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Diamond Dreams

Is your child ready to play T-ball? Get ready by learning basic skills:

throwing, catching, hitting off a tee, baserunning, and more in a fun

environment. Your child will learn to love the sport along with learning

sportsmanship, cooperation, self-confi dence and more. Glove optional.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 3:30-4:15 pm 5-9 yrs $30

AC12216 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 3:30-4:15 pm 5-9 yrs $30

AC12217 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 3:30-4:15 pm 5-9 yrs $30

AC12218 Ct 2

Girl’s Only Basketball

A place where girls can build their self-esteem and self confi dence

playing the game they love. Learn basic skills: ball handling, shooting,

passing, defense/offense, footwork and more. Learning the skills and

game in a fun environment. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 6-6:45 pm 8-12 yrs $25

AC12219 Ct 3

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 6-6:45 pm 8-12 yrs $30

AC12220 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 6-6:45 pm 8-12 yrs $30

AC12221 Ct 3

Flag Football

Have fun playing fl ag football while learning the basics: throwing,

catching, kicking, running and skilled positions. Along with skills your

child will learn teamwork, self-confi dence and sportsmanship. Wear

your football jersey if you have one! No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 4:45-5:30 pm 7-10 yrs $25

AC12222 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 4:45-5:30 pm 7-10 yrs $30

AC12223 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 4:45-5:30 pm 7-10 yrs $30

AC12224 Ct 1

Hoop It Up!

Improve basketball skills, work hard, make new friends and have

fun! Participants will develop all basketball skills: shooting, passing,

dribbling, rebounding and defense. Class will give the kind of focused,

intensive training that is essential to improvement. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 1-1:45 pm 5-8 yrs $2

AC12225 Ct 3

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 3-3:45 pm 6-10 yrs $25

AC12226 Ct 3

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 2:30-3:15 pm 6-10 yrs $30

AC12227 Ct 3

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 1-1:45 pm 5-8 yrs $30

AC12228 Ct 3

Continued

Sports & Fitness - Youth

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Hoop It Up! (continued)

Time Ages Cost

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 3-3:45 pm 6-10 yrs $30

AC12229 Ct 3

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 2:30-3:15 pm 6-10 yrs $30

AC12230 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 1-1:45 pm 5-8 yrs $30

AC12231 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 3-3:45 pm 6-10 yrs $30

AC12232 Ct 3

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 2:30-3:15 pm 6-10 yrs $30

AC12233 Ct 3

Junior Golf

Learn golf basics, including how to grip clubs, putt, chip and drive in

an indoor environment. Your child will enjoy learning golf along with

learning respect for the game and building self-confi dence.

6/21-8/16 (9) T 6-7 pm 5-7 yrs $56

AC12234 Ct 1

6/21-8/16 (9) T 7:15-8:15 pm 7-10 yrs $56

AC12235 Ct 1

Soccer Stars

This introduction to fundamentals and proper soccer techniques

emphasizes teamwork, fair play, fun, cooperation and builds up

confi dence. Shin guards and gym shoes recommended. No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 2:45-3:30 pm 5-7 yrs $25

AC12236 Ct 1

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 3:45-4:30 pm 7-10 yrs $25

AC12237 Ct 1

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 2:30-3:15 pm 6-8 yrs $30

AC12238 Ct 2

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 3:30-4:15 pm 9-12 yrs $30

AC12239 Ct 3

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 2:45-3:30 pm 5-7 yrs $30

AC12240 Ct 1

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 3:45-4:30 pm 7-10 yrs $30

AC12241 Ct 1

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 2:30-3:15 pm 6-8 yrs $30

AC12242 Ct 2

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 3:30-4:15 pm 9-12 yrs $30

AC12243 Ct 3

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 2:45-3:30 pm 5-7 yrs $30

AC12244 Ct 1

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 3:45-4:30 pm 7-10 yrs $30

AC12245 Ct 1

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 2:30-3:15 pm 6-8 yrs $30

AC12246 Ct 2

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 3:30-4:15 pm 9-12 yrs $30

AC12247 Ct 3

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Sports & Fitness - Youth

Dates (Weeks)

Class Code

Day

Location

Time Ages Cost

Girls Skateboarding

In this introductory skateboarding class for girls, you will learn

balancing techniques, foot positioning and other basics. Learn

skateboarding safety, disciplines, and beginner level skills. Helmet and

skateboard required; knee, elbow and wrist pads highly recommended.

Meet at HMT Complex Skate Park.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 10-10:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12248 Skate Park

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 10-10:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12249 Skate Park

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 10-10:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12250 Skate Park

Skateboarding for Boys

This skateboarding class for boys only is designed for those who have

little experience riding. Learn balancing techniques, foot positioning

and other basics. Learn skateboarding safety, disciplines, and beginner

level skills. Helmet and skateboard required; knee, elbow and wrist pads

highly recommended. Meet at HMT Complex Skate Park.

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 9-9:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12251 Skate Park

6/21-7/7 (3) T/Th 11-11:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12252 Skate Park

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 9-9:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12253 Skate Park

7/12-7/28 (3) T/Th 11-11:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12254 Skate Park

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 9-9:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12255 Skate Park

8/2-8/18 (3) T/Th 11-11:45 am 5-8 yrs $30

AC12256 Skate Park

Skateboarding, Intermediate

This intermediate skateboarding class will take boarders to another

level. Learn how to do kick turns and fl ips, grinding and more on a

closed park. Learn skateboarding safety, disciplines and riding with the

other riders in the park. Helmet and skateboard required; knee, elbow

and wrist pads highly recommended. Meet at HMT Complex Skate Park.

No class 7/4.

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 9-9:45 am 6-10 yrs $25

AC12257 Skate Park

6/20-7/6 (3) M/W 10-10:45 am 8-12 yrs $25

AC12258 Skate Park

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 9-9:45 am 6-10 yrs $30

AC12259 Skate Park

7/11-7/27 (3) M/W 10-10:45 am 8-12 yrs $30

AC12260 Skate Park

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 9-9:45 am 6-10 yrs $30

AC12261 Skate Park

8/1-8/17 (3) M/W 10-10:45 am 8-12 yrs $30

AC12262 Skate Park

Sports & Fitn