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Welcome 
1
Director’s Note
Scott Morgan, Community Services / Parks & Recreation Director
Staff Members
Parks & Recreation Director
Scott Morgan
Recreation Division
Brian Fitzgerald • Vicki Schussel • Sheryl ChristianTraci Dill • J.P. Albert
• Steve Rosenbloom •
Pedro KinnerPatti Gurule • Debbie Beam
Parks Division
Craig Burnside • Peter Knight • Gary Lind • Don SwanJohn LuFrano • Mike Smokey • Elizabeth Baumgartner • Albert AnchetaSteve Fehsal • Larry Hughes • Jerry Harrison • James Howard
Special Thanks
The Parks & Recreation Department gratefully acknowledges thecontinuing support of the following:
County Commissioners
Kelly Kite • Doug JohnsonDave Brady • James Baushke • Nancy McDermid
Parks & Recreation Commission
Nancy Gardner • Charled Dane • Kelly Gardner •Celeste Perini • Elaine Flynn • Mark Neuffer • Thomas Moore
Douglas County School District
Contents
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Publication layout and design by:
Chris Olesen, Graphic Artist, SNMG
For advertising in this publication please call
The Record-Courier at (775) 782-5121
Welcome...............................1Pre Kinder ............................2 - 3.................15Youth ....................................4 ...............15 - 17Teens ....................................5 - 6..........17 - 19Adult ....................................6 - 7..........18 - 19Active Adults .......................8 - 10...............20Special Events ......................11 - 12Youth, Teen & Adult Sports .13 - 14.............21Kahle Community Center .............................22General Information ......................................23How to Register ............................................24Transportation ...............................................25
Douglas County Parks & Recreation / Community Services Department.
Business is Booming! Most people are shocked to learn that during thisdownturn in the economy that parks, recreation, senior services and publictransit are experiencing higher demands on their services. Over the past year we have seen growth in park use and demands on facilities; as well as increasedattendance in recreation programs, ridership of the DART public transportationsystem and an increase in requests for Meals on Wheels, Homemaker Servicesand congregate Senior Center meals. The Community Service’s staff includingParks, Recreation, Senior Services and the DART Public Transportation Systemhas risen to the occasion to accommodate these additional pressures eventhrough budgetary shortfalls experienced over the current and previous budgetyears. With the elimination of over 13 full-time equivalent positions out of thesedepartments, existing staff has stepped up taking on additional responsibilities.
The County Board of Commissioners and the County Manager’s Ofce has made
the continuation of these services a priority, supporting the Community Service’sDepartment to the greatest extent possible. We recognize that the challengesare great and further recognize the existing opportunities which take place in acommunity rich in resources and private assistance. We thank the community for their continued support through donations and volunteer hours; and encouragefuture participation to ensure that our community stays healthy, happy andvibrant for a well rounded parks and recreation program. If you wish to assist theCommunity Services Department in any way please feel free to contact me at your convenience at 775-782-9828.
Mission Statement
To continue to create and preserve quality parks and recreation opportunities, serving people of all ages and interests, that positively affect the community and enrich life.
Park & Recreation Commission Meetings
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month.Locations vary; call the Recreation Department at 782-9828 for meeting location.
 
Valley
Welcome 
 
Pre-Kinder
Valley
Lil NinjasMartial Arts for Kids
Ages .............................................................4 - 9Instructors. .....West Coast Martial Arts Staff 
Children will learn in a disciplined but funenvironment. We combine martial arts and performing arts with gymnastics and self defense.Motivation, goal setting and life skills are also a big part of this class. Build self esteem, respect,focus and concentration for improved schoolgrades with emphasis on how to focus their energy more constructively. One time insuranceand membership fee of $40 is payable to theschool. Uniform, belt, patch and boxing glovescan be purchased at the school for $89.00.
Time: 3:45 - 4:30pm Location: WCMA(T) 9/9 - 9/30 $49 1108.301(T) 10/7 - 10/28 $49 1108.302(T) 11/4 - 11/25 $49 1108.303(T) 12/2 - 12/23 $49 1108.304
The Discovery Center
Ages .........................................................3 - 5Director .................Cindy Webb: 783 - 6454
The Discovery Center is a parent participation preschool, which focuses on the developmentalneeds of all children, and structures itsenvironment with respect to each child’s particular learning style. The environment,inside and outside, is rich in the materials youngchildren require in order to grow physically,intellectually and emotionally. Every day your child will have the opportunity to exploreand discover all of the education disciplinesthrough play in a structured environment.Parents will be able to assist in their one-day-per-month classroom participation. Thestaff has been trained to provide children witha positive, non-pressured, non-judgmental
school atmosphere and is particularly uent in
Art, Science, Language, Play, Environments,Brain and Child Development. To reserve aspace for your child, register at the Recreation
Ofce located at 1327 Waterloo Lane or call
for a free brochure and application.
Fees and Tuition$20 non-refundable Registration Fee.$65.00 non-refundable snack fee for the full9 months of preschool.$125 Monthly Tuition 2 days$175 Monthly Tuition 3 DaysAM Session 8:30am - 12pm orPM Session 12:30 - 4pm, Monday - Friday.
(Families who need both AM & PM sessionsneed to bring a lunch with their child) Childrenmust be potty trained. Call 782-9828. TheDiscovery Center is located in the RecreationAnnex at 1327 Waterloo Lane in Gardnerville,across from Lampe Park.
Kinder Fun Club atThe Discovery Center
Grade ...........................................KindergartenInstructor ....................Discovery Center Staff 
This after school program for kindergartenersat the Discovery Center offers a progressivecurriculum including:
ART
A variety of mediums, including paints, clays,collages, crafts.
MUSIC
Rhythms, melodies, song & recycled music.
LANGUAGE
With cognitive concepts.
HOMEWORK HELP
If your child doesn’t have any homework, we’llcreate hands on activities with math, languageand science.Popcorn and juice snack included.Transportation provided from school atMES, GES, SES, CCMES
Time: 11:30am - 4pm Location: DCTuition: 2 sessions per week $125/month3 sessions per week $175/monthA $20 non-refundable registration fee isrequired at time of registration.
North Pole Calling
Thursday, December 11
Ages ......................................................................................................3 - 6
Watch your children’s eyes light up when they receive a personal phonecall from the North Pole! Santa will call to spread the fun and magic of the holidays. We are helping by passing out “Hotline” forms, which will be available after Dec. 1st at the Douglas County Parks & RecreationDepartment. Santa will be calling Thursday, Dec. 11th. If you would like to be a volunteer Santa, please call the Recreation Division at 782-9828.
Time: 4:30 - 7:30pm FREE
 Harvest Festival Extraordinary  All Weekends in October 2008
Pig RacesPumpkin PatchCorn MazeNight CrawlerMaze EventSchool Days/Educational ToursPrivate GroupsGourds, SquashPony Rides• Produceand much more!
• Weddings• Special Events• Corporate BBQs• Family Reunions• Group Tours• Indoor Arena• Surrey Tours
859 Hwy 395 S.Gardnerville
775-265-3045
www.corleyranch.com
Your  H osts: Jon & Paulaorley
 
Order YourEngravedPumpkinsnow!
RegisterToday!
If you are interestedin a class or program,register today! If aminimum enrollmentis not met before itsstart date, a classor program may becanceled.
 
Valley
Pre-Kinder
Kindermusik Classes
Instructor Shawna Pisciotti, local singer/songwriter musician puts a soulful spin on Kindermusik classes. Come and join us for a world of experiencegathering sounds from other countries and cultures, singing and listening to the classics and nurturing your child through the majesty of music. Plusthere is a whole lot of shaking and laughing going on!! Shawna likes to celebrate the individuality of each child. This program delicately balancesdirection, guidance and responsiveness allowing every child to flourish. Emphasis on the process and is not performance oriented.
Kindermusik Village
Ages ............................................... Infants to 1
 Zoom Buggy! -
Swoosh, vroom, and clickety-clack your way through this delightful unit.Babies and adults will dance, sing, and playinstruments to the theme of being on the go.Chug around the room to the song “Little RedCaboose,” hold on tightly while “Riding in theBuggy,” and dance your way to “Zoom-e-oh!”Engage in rituals and playful activities such asinfant massage, lap bounces, exercise, and quiettime.
 Dream Pillow -
This title alone brings images of rocking, cuddling, singing, and lulling to sleep.But leading up to sleepy time are many upbeat and playful activities. Babies and Adults will swirlto a dreamy cloud dance “Meet Me Tonight inDreamland.” They’ll also play baby appropriateinstruments Favorite nursery rhymes.Home Materials: Colorful board book, Home CDof the songs heard in class, two Art Banners, anda baby instrument for music-making at home.
Time: 10 - 10:30am Location: RA(W) 9/3 - 12/17 $125* 1042.301*A $65 home materials fee is due to the
instructor the rst day of class.
*No Class 11/26
Kindermusik Our Time
Ages ......................................................1 1/2 - 3
Milk & Cookies
makes everyday home activitiesand chores easier and more fun with music!
Cook and sing to “The Mufn Man”, dust and
clean to the original song “In My House”, getready to wash clothes to the delightful poem“Washing Machine”. Baking cookies, eatingcupcakes, blowing on hot cross buns, wigglinglike jelly, going grocery shopping and makingtea are all represented in familiar, as well asnew songs. Move, play, and sing together indevelopmentally appropriate activities created just for 1 to 3 year-olds. Capture the familiar andnew moments of the day and learn how musiccan impact your toddler.Home Materials: Two Books,
 At 
 
My House
 and
Cookies
, Two Home CDs, Stir Xylophoneinstrument, and a Home Activity Book, allarriving in a durable lunch bag.
Times: 9:15 - 9:45am10:45 - 11:15am Location: RA(W) 9/3 - 12/17 $125* 1042.302/303*A $65 at home materials fee is due to the
instructor the rst day of class.
*No class 11/26
Kindermusik Imagine That
Ages .............................................................3 - 4
 Hello Weather! Let’s Play Together! -
Sunshine
 ,
 rain, snow, thunderstorms, and more in thisimaginative and delightful weather-relatedmusical adventure. Preschoolers create stormsounds with a drum to “Wild Storms,” jump in pretend puddles to “Mud Puddle Jump,” throw pretend snow-balls to “Snowballs,” and singalong to “Colors of the Rainbow.” They’ll besurrounded in a creative musical environmentthat integrates music, pretend play, story telling,movement, and more.Home Materials: Two books-
Michael Finnigan
 and
 Hurry Home, Little Kittens
, Hello Weather Play Set, Two Home CDs, Family Activity Book,and Instruments, ankle bells and rain shaker withscraper.
Times: 2:15 - 3pm Location: RA(W) 9/3 - 12/17 $135* 1042.304*A $70 at home materials ($55 for returning
students) fee is due to the instructor the rst
day of class.*No class 11/26
Kindermusik Forthe Young Child
Ages .................................................... 4 1/2 - 7
A pressure-free approach to learning, butconcrete enough because your child is ready for the more abstract thinking processes that musicrequires. Play remains the primary way a youngchild learns, so throughout the curriculum thereis a consistent effort to balance active learningwith the emotional reasoning aspects of a youngchild’s development in mind.Home Materials: Children’s Folder, MusicAt Home cards & stickers, Games Bag,Family Songbook, Home CD, and Carry Bag.Instruments can include glockenspiel w/mallets,dulcimer, and recorder.
Times: 3:15 - 4:15pm (Semester 1)4:15 - 5:15pm (Semester 3)Location: RA(W) 9/3 - 12/17 $155* 1042.306/307*A $80 at home materials fee is due to the
instructor the rst day of class.
*No class 11/26

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