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Welcome 1

Director’s Note
Scott Morgan, Community Services / Parks & Recreation Director
Douglas County Parks & Recreation / Community Services Department.

Business is Booming! Most people are shocked to learn that during this
downturn in the economy that parks, recreation, senior services and public
transit 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 increased
attendance in recreation programs, ridership of the DART public transportation
system and an increase in requests for Meals on Wheels, Homemaker Services Valley Lake
and congregate Senior Center meals. The Community Service’s staff including Welcome............................... 1
Parks, Recreation, Senior Services and the DART Public Transportation System
has risen to the occasion to accommodate these additional pressures even Pre Kinder............................. 2 - 3.................. 15
through budgetary shortfalls experienced over the current and previous budget
years. With the elimination of over 13 full-time equivalent positions out of these Youth..................................... 4................15 - 17
departments, existing staff has stepped up taking on additional responsibilities.
The County Board of Commissioners and the County Manager’s Office has made Teens..................................... 5 - 6...........17 - 19
the continuation of these services a priority, supporting the Community Service’s
Department to the greatest extent possible. We recognize that the challenges Adult..................................... 6 - 7...........18 - 19
are great and further recognize the existing opportunities which take place in a
community rich in resources and private assistance. We thank the community for Active Adults........................ 8 - 10................ 20
their continued support through donations and volunteer hours; and encourage
future participation to ensure that our community stays healthy, happy and Special Events....................... 11 - 12
vibrant for a well rounded parks and recreation program. If you wish to assist the
Community Services Department in any way please feel free to contact me at your Youth, Teen & Adult Sports.. 13 - 14.............. 21
convenience at 775-782-9828.
Kahle Community Center.............................. 22
Mission Statement General Information....................................... 23
To continue to create and preserve quality parks and recreation
opportunities, serving people of all ages and interests, that positively affect How to Register............................................. 24
the community and enrich life.
Transportation................................................ 25
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. For Your Information
AP���������������������������������������������������������������Aspen Park

Staff Members CCMES�������������������C.C. Meneley Elementary School

CVGC������������������������������� Carson Valley Golf Course
Parks & Recreation Director CVMS��������������������������� Carson Valley Middle School
DCFG���������������������������Douglas County Fairgrounds
Scott Morgan DCSR�������������������� Douglas County Shooting Range
Recreation Division DSC�����������������������������������������Douglas Senior Center
DWS������������������������������������������������� Dance Workshop
Brian Fitzgerald • Vicki Schussel • Sheryl Christian EGC����������������������������������������Edgewood Golf Course
Traci Dill • J.P. Albert • Steve Rosenbloom • Pedro Kinner EO����������������������������������������������������� Extension Office
Patti Gurule • Debbie Beam GES������������������������� Gardnerville Elementary School
HP�������������������������������������������������������������� Herbig Park
Parks Division HDMR������������������������������������High Desert Martial Arts
Craig Burnside • Peter Knight • Gary Lind • Don Swan JVES�����������������������Jacks Valley Elementary School
John LuFrano • Mike Smokey • Elizabeth Baumgartner • Albert Ancheta KCC������������������������������������ Kahle Community Center
Steve Fehsal • Larry Hughes • Jerry Harrison • James Howard KCP���������������������������������������� Kahle Community Park
KMS������������������������������������ Kingsbury Middle School
LP�������������������������������������������������������������� Lampe Park
Special Thanks MES��������������������������������� Minden Elementary School
The Parks & Recreation Department gratefully acknowledges the MP������������������������������������������������������������ Minden Park
continuing support of the following: PHES������������������������� Piñon Hills Elementary School
PWL������������������������������������Pau Wa Lu Middle School
County Commissioners RA��������������������������������������������������� Recreation Annex
Kelly Kite • Doug Johnson RD������������������������������������������Recreation Department
Dave Brady • James Baushke • Nancy McDermid RHFS���������������������������������������Round Hill Fire Station
SES������������������������������� Scarselli Elementary School
Parks & Recreation Commission SCA������������������������������������������ Sierra Crest Academy
Nancy Gardner • Charled Dane • Kelly Gardner • SP�������������������������������������������������������������Stodick Park
TBA������������������������������������������������� To Be Announced
Celeste Perini • Elaine Flynn • Mark Neuffer • Thomas Moore
TDC������������������������������������������ The Discovery Center
Douglas County School District TRE��������������������������������������������Topaz Ranch Estates
WCMA����������������������������������� West Coast Martial Arts
Publication layout and design by: Chris Olesen, Graphic Artist, SNMG WG������������������������������������������������������������� World Gym
For advertising in this publication please call The Record-Courier at (775) 782-5121 ZCES���������������������� Zephyr Cove Elementary School
Valley Valley

The Discovery Center Kinder Fun Club at Lil Ninjas

Ages��������������������������������������������������������� 3 - 5 The Discovery Center Martial Arts for Kids
Director �����������������Cindy Webb: 783 - 6454 Grade�������������������������������������������Kindergarten
Ages�������������������������������������������������������������4 - 9
The Discovery Center is a parent participation Instructor�������������������� Discovery Center Staff
This after school program for kindergarteners Instructors.����� West Coast Martial Arts Staff
preschool, which focuses on the developmental
needs of all children, and structures its at the Discovery Center offers a progressive Children will learn in a disciplined but fun
environment with respect to each child’s curriculum including: environment. We combine martial arts and
particular learning style. The environment, ART performing arts with gymnastics and self defense.
inside and outside, is rich in the materials young A variety of mediums, including paints, clays, Motivation, goal setting and life skills are also a
children require in order to grow physically, collages, crafts.
big part of this class. Build self esteem, respect,
intellectually and emotionally. Every day your MUSIC
focus and concentration for improved school
child will have the opportunity to explore Rhythms, melodies, song & recycled music.
and discover all of the education disciplines LANGUAGE grades with emphasis on how to focus their
through play in a structured environment. With cognitive concepts. energy more constructively. One time insurance
Parents will be able to assist in their one- HOMEWORK HELP and membership fee of $40 is payable to the
day-per-month classroom participation. The If your child doesn’t have any homework, we’ll school. Uniform, belt, patch and boxing gloves
staff has been trained to provide children with create hands on activities with math, language can be purchased at the school for $89.00.
a positive, non-pressured, non-judgmental and science. Time: 3:45 - 4:30pm Location: WCMA
school atmosphere and is particularly fluent in Popcorn and juice snack included. (T) 9/9 - 9/30 $49 1108.301
Art, Science, Language, Play, Environments, Transportation provided from school at
Brain and Child Development. To reserve a (T) 10/7 - 10/28 $49  1108.302
space for your child, register at the Recreation Time: 11:30am - 4pm  Location: DC (T) 11/4 - 11/25 $49 1108.303
Office located at 1327 Waterloo Lane or call Tuition: 2 sessions per week $125/month (T) 12/2 - 12/23 $49 1108.304
for a free brochure and application. 3 sessions per week $175/month
Fees and Tuition A $20 non-refundable registration fee is
$20 non-refundable Registration Fee. required at time of registration.
$65.00 non-refundable snack fee for the full
9 months of preschool. Register • Weddings
$125 Monthly Tuition 2 days Today! • Special Events
$175 Monthly Tuition 3 Days If you are interested • Corporate BBQs
AM Session 8:30am - 12pm or • Family Reunions
in a class or program,
PM Session 12:30 - 4pm, Monday - Friday.
register today! If a • Group Tours
(Families who need both AM & PM sessions
need to bring a lunch with their child) Children minimum enrollment • Indoor Arena
must be potty trained. Call 782-9828. The is not met before its • Surrey Tours
Discovery Center is located in the Recreation start date, a class
Annex at 1327 Waterloo Lane in Gardnerville, or program may be
Harvest Festival Extraordinary
across from Lampe Park. canceled. All Weekends in October 2008
• Pig Races
• Pumpkin Patch
• Corn Maze
• Night Crawler
Maze Event
• School Days/
Educational Tours
• Private Groups
• Gourds, Squash
• Pony Rides
• Produce
and much more!
North Pole Calling Order Your
Thursday, December 11 Engraved
Ages������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 3 - 6 Pumpkins
Watch your children’s eyes light up when they receive a personal phone
call 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
859 Hwy 395 S.
be available after Dec. 1st at the Douglas County Parks & Recreation Your Hosts: Gardnerville
Department. Santa will be calling Thursday, Dec. 11th. If you would like to
Jon & Paula
be a volunteer Santa, please call the Recreation Division at 782-9828.
Time: 4:30 - 7:30pm FREE

Kindermusik Classes
Instructor Shawna Pisciotti, local singer/songwriter musician puts a soulful spin on Kindermusik classes. Come and join us for a world of experience
gathering sounds from other countries and cultures, singing and listening to the classics and nurturing your child through the majesty of music. Plus
there is a whole lot of shaking and laughing going on!! Shawna likes to celebrate the individuality of each child. This program delicately balances
direction, guidance and responsiveness allowing every child to flourish. Emphasis on the process and is not performance oriented.

Kindermusik Imagine That Kindermusik Village

Ages�������������������������������������������������������������3 - 4 Ages����������������������������������������������� Infants to 1
Hello Weather! Let’s Play Together! - Sunshine, Zoom Buggy! - Swoosh, vroom, and clickety-
rain, snow, thunderstorms, and more in this clack your way through this delightful unit.
imaginative and delightful weather-related Babies and adults will dance, sing, and play
musical adventure. Preschoolers create storm instruments to the theme of being on the go.
sounds with a drum to “Wild Storms,” jump in Chug around the room to the song “Little Red
pretend puddles to “Mud Puddle Jump,” throw
Caboose,” hold on tightly while “Riding in the
pretend snow-balls to “Snowballs,” and sing
along to “Colors of the Rainbow.” They’ll be Buggy,” and dance your way to “Zoom-e-oh!”
surrounded in a creative musical environment Engage in rituals and playful activities such as
that integrates music, pretend play, story telling, infant massage, lap bounces, exercise, and quiet
movement, and more. time.
Home Materials: Two books-Michael Finnigan Dream Pillow - This title alone brings images of
and Hurry Home, Little Kittens, Hello Weather rocking, cuddling, singing, and lulling to sleep.
Play Set, Two Home CDs, Family Activity Book, But leading up to sleepy time are many upbeat and
and Instruments, ankle bells and rain shaker with playful activities. Babies and Adults will swirl
to a dreamy cloud dance “Meet Me Tonight in
Times: 2:15 - 3pm  Location: RA
(W) 9/3 - 12/17 $135* 1042.304 Dreamland.” They’ll also play baby appropriate
*A $70 at home materials ($55 for returning instruments Favorite nursery rhymes.
students) fee is due to the instructor the first Home Materials: Colorful board book, Home CD
day of class. of the songs heard in class, two Art Banners, and
*No class 11/26 a baby instrument for music-making at home.
Kindermusik Our Time Time: 10 - 10:30am  Location: RA
Ages������������������������������������������������������ 1 1/2 - 3 (W) 9/3 - 12/17 $125* 1042.301
Milk & Cookies makes everyday home activities *A $65 home materials fee is due to the
instructor the first day of class.
and chores easier and more fun with music! Kindermusik For *No Class 11/26
Cook and sing to “The Muffin Man”, dust and
clean to the original song “In My House”, get the Young Child
ready to wash clothes to the delightful poem Ages ���������������������������������������������������� 4 1/2 - 7
“Washing Machine”. Baking cookies, eating A pressure-free approach to learning, but
cupcakes, blowing on hot cross buns, wiggling concrete enough because your child is ready for
the more abstract thinking processes that music
like jelly, going grocery shopping and making
requires. Play remains the primary way a young
tea are all represented in familiar, as well as
child learns, so throughout the curriculum there
new songs. Move, play, and sing together in
is a consistent effort to balance active learning
developmentally appropriate activities created with the emotional reasoning aspects of a young
just for 1 to 3 year-olds. Capture the familiar and child’s development in mind.
new moments of the day and learn how music Home Materials: Children’s Folder, Music
can impact your toddler. At Home cards & stickers, Games Bag,
Home Materials: Two Books, At My House Family Songbook, Home CD, and Carry Bag.
and Cookies, Two Home CDs, Stir Xylophone Instruments can include glockenspiel w/mallets,
instrument, and a Home Activity Book, all dulcimer, and recorder.
arriving in a durable lunch bag. Times: 3:15 - 4:15pm (Semester 1)
Times: 9:15 - 9:45am 4:15 - 5:15pm (Semester 3)
10:45 - 11:15am  Location: RA  Location: RA
(W) 9/3 - 12/17 $125*  1042.302/303 (W) 9/3 - 12/17 $155*  1042.306/307
*A $65 at home materials fee is due to the *A $80 at home materials fee is due to the
instructor the first day of class. instructor the first day of class.
*No class 11/26 *No class 11/26
Valley Valley

Winter Break Kids Club Ballroom Dancing
Kids Club is a before and after school recreational Ages�����������������������������������������������������������8 - 12
Adventure Camp enrichment program that is held at all elementary Instructors���������������������� Craig & Ann Peters
Grades������������������������������������������������������� K - 6
schools. Recreational activities include arts & Have fun on Friday evenings. This is a chance
Campers will enjoy a variety of activities each day
crafts, games, homework assistance and special to learn and practice the fundamentals of the
all in a safe and secure environment. Activities
events all based on a weekly theme. Daily Fox Trot, Swing, Waltz, and many Latin dances.
will include field trips, arts & crafts, games,
snacks are provided. This class is designed to provide dancers with
creative centers, and much more! Calendars
What do my parents need to know about Kids confidence and knowledge for the dance floor.
are available at the Recreation Office. Spaces
Club? Kids Club operates Monday through Learn new moves and refine your old ones. Each
are limited and pre-registration is required. Pre-
Friday, 7 until 8:45am and 3 - 6pm at every student will need a partner, so grab your sister,
register at the Recreation Department.
elementary school while school is in session, brother, neighbor, or friend and have a blast
Time: 7am - 6pm Locations: MES/JVES
holidays excluded. The fee is paid by the month learning to dance.
(M - F) 12/22 - 1/2 $22/day
for the morning program, the after school Time: 6 - 6:45pm  Location: DWS
No camp 12/24, 12/25, 1/1
program or both. The fee is based on $2.50 per (F) 9/12 - 10/3 $45 1735.301
day for the morning program and $5.00 per day (F) 10/10 - 11/7 $45 1735.302
Adventure Camp Days for the afternoon program. Enrollment is based (F) 11//14 - 12/12 $45 1735.303
Grades������������������������������������������������������ K - 6 on a first come, first served basis and we will
Camp will include a field trip, crafts, games, be unable to accept any new enrollments at sites
creative centers, and much more! Look for a
flier to be send home before each date. Spaces
that are currently full. We encourage you to Christmas Pottery
make your payment as early as possible to avoid Ages�����������������������������������������������������������6 - 12
are limited and pre-registration is required. Pre- Instructor���������������������������������� Lorraine Felix
your child not being able to participate in Kids
register at the Recreation Department. Your child will create a Christmas Project that
Club. For more information call 782-9828.
Time: 7am - 6pm Locations: TBA will make memories for years. In the first class
(M) 9/22 $22 4377/4388.301 children will roll, coil, pinch and form clay
(T) 9/23 $22 4377/4388/302
(M) 11/10 $22 4377/4388/303 Karate Kids I to design the perfect Christmas Treasure. In
the second class, we will paint our Christmas
(F) 12/5 $22 4377/4388/304 Ages�����������������������������������������������������������8 - 12 Treasure using a special glaze. Our last class is
Instructor������������������ Diane Ortenzio-Cooling
the party, excited students show family and friend
This class is for beginners, from white belt
finished projects and enjoy light refreshments.
through yellow belt, and focuses on developing
Cost: $32 Location: RA
self-discipline, manners, effective thinking, and
(M) 12/1 3:40 - 5:10pm
strong self-defense skills. The complete course
(M) 12/8 3:40 - 4:40pm
follows the school year, with a break during
(M) 12/15 3:40 - 4:10pm 1126.301
the summer months. Children must be at least
8 years old at the time of enrollment. Parents:
Please arrive for the first class 15 minutes early
for orientation. For more information go to Introduction to the Violin Grades���������������������������������������������������������3 - 6
Time: 4:15 - 5:15pm Location: HDMA Instructor������������������������������������� John O’Neill
(T/Th) 9/2 - 9/26* $65 1412.301 An opportunity for children to experience the fun
(T/Th) 10/7 - 10/30* $65 1412.302 of playing a string instrument and to discover if
(T/Th) 11/1 - 11/25 $60 1412.303 this is an instrument they might wish to continue
(T/Th) 12/2 - 12/18 $50 1412.304 studying. Those enrolled will have (6) forty (40)
Karate Kids II *No class 9/30, 10/2 minute lessons using the world famous, Suzuki
Method. All materials including music, a CD
Ages�����������������������������������������������������������8 - 12
Instructor������������������ Diane Ortenzio-Cooling and use of a violin are included. By the end of
For intermediate karate students: orange belts Kids Quick Defense the class, student will be able to play several
and highter. This class builds on the foundations Ages������������������������������������������������������������7- 12 short melodies.
learned in Karate Kids I, with increasing emphasis Instructor������������������ Diane Ortenzio-Cooling Time: 3:30 - 4:10pm Location: PHES
on physical precision, manners, effective A comprehensive anti-bully, anti-predator (T) 9/25 - 11/6* $35 1108.301
thinking, and self-defense skills. Prerequisite: program that gives kids the tools to be safe. *No class 10/16
Karate Kids I. For more information go to www. This course teaches kids to be assertive, not
aggressive. At least one parent must attend the
Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm  Location: HDMA class with their child each week, so that they
Scholarships Available
(T/Th) 9/2 - 9/26* $65 1412.305 know what material is being presented and can Every child should have the opportunity
(T/Th) 10/7 - 10/30* $65 1412.306 practice with their child. Class starts on time, to participate in Parks & Recreation
(T/Th) 11/1 - 11/25 $60 1412.307 please be prompt. activities. Financial assistance is available
(T/Th) 12/2 - 12/18 $50 1412.308 Time: 9:15 - 10:15am Location: HDMA for our Kids Club program. Call 782-9828
*No class 9/30, 10/2 (Sa) 11/1 - 12/6 $135 1412.309 for more information.
Ballroom Dancing Women’s Self Defense Teen Basketball League
Ages .........................................................13 - 18
Instructors ....................... Craig & Ann Peters
Seminar Grades ............................................. 9-12
Ages ...................................................... 16 & up Does your teen want to continue playing
Have fun on Friday afternoons. This is a chance basketball after youth league, but has no league
Instructor .................. Diane Ortenzio-Cooling
to learn and practice the fundamentals of the to play in, then try this new teen league. This
Learn the basics of safety and how to react
Fox Trot, Swing, Waltz, and many Latin dances. teen basketball league is offered for beginning
defensively when attacked. Students will
This class is designed to provide dancers with to advanced players who want to continue
practice their skills in scenarios against a padded
confidence and knowledge for the dance floor. playing, emphasizing skill development
assailant. Wear comfortable clothing and
Learn new moves and refine your old ones. Each
sneakers. and fun competition. Participants will be
student will need a partner, so grab your sister,
Time: (W) 7:45 - 9:15pm Location: HDMA assigned to a team through a draft system
brother, neighbor, or friend and have a blast
(Sa) 1 - 2:30pm (see below). Games will be on Saturdays at
learning to dance.
(W) 9/3 - 9/17 $95 1412.310 Carson Valley Middle School.
Time: 2:45 - 3:45pm Location: DWS
(F) 9/12 - 10/3 $45 1735.304
(Sa) 11/1 - 11/15 $95 1412.311 Time: TBA Location: CVMS
(F) 10/10 - 11/7 $45 1735.305 Registration: 10/20 - 11/26
(F) 11//14 - 12/12 $45 1735.306 (Sa) 1/13 - 3/7 $75
(includes 2 officials and team t-shirt &
Teen Dance Leagues
Grades .........................................................6 - 8 9th - 12th Grade (Boys) 5045.301
Dances will include D.J. music, food and fun! *League will be limited to 60 players. Please
Dances will be held at the Douglas County sign up early, as registration is limited. Full
Fairgrounds. Students must arrange their own payment is necessary to reserve a spot. A
transportation ahead of time and need to be parent permission slip, code of conduct, and
picked up promptly at 9:30pm. 7th & 8th Grade
students must show their Student I.D. Card.
Dog Obedience player registration must be completed at time
Ages .......................................................... 8 - up of registration.
All school rules will be applied including dress
Instructor .....................................Guy Yeaman
Have you and your canine companion been getting
Time: 7 - 9:30pm Location: DCFG
(F) 10/17 $10* 1605.301
along lately? If you need help in establishing Teen Basketball Draft
good conduct and curbing bad habits, this course DCPR has adopted a draft system for player
(F) 12/12 $10* 1605.302
is for you. Guy uses a light handed approach to placement on teams. Coaches will be
*includes a slice of pizza and a drink
help you teach your dog to obey the commands: required to attend a paper draft on Saturday,
heel, sit, stand, stay and recall. Each dog needs a December 6 at the Recreation Annex to select
VOLUNTEERS WANTED choke chain, a fabric or leather lead. Dogs must teams. PARENTS WILL NOT BE ABLE
The volunteer program is designed to encour- be at least 4 months old. Bring a copy of shot TO REQUEST A CERTAIN COACH OR
age community members to volunteer by records the first day of class. THAT THEIR CHILD BE PLACED WITH
assisting staff as team members. Volunteers Time: 7 - 8pm Locations: DCF ANOTHER CHILD, NO EXCEPTIONS.
can supplement present services; encourage (W) 9/10 - 10/29* $80 1422.301 Only coaches are allowed to be present for the
civic pride and community involvement. (W) 11/5 - 12/10 $80 1422.303 draft, no parents or participants are needed.
Through volunteer experiences you can *No class 10/8, 10/15 (S) 12/6 2 - 4pm Location: RA
join us in our mission to: 10/29 Class held at CVMS
* Provide Recreational Experiences
* Strengthen Community Image
* Strengthen Safety and Security Isn’t it time YOU discovered why we’ve been voted
* Promote Health and Wellness #1 in the Carson Valley for 5 years in a row?
* Create Community to a ne w
* Foster Human Development we yo

* Increase Cultural Unity


* Protect Environmental Resources

Benefits to our Volunteers
* Gain valuable work experience * Learn new
skills * Explore career possibilities * Receive
personal satisfaction * Improve communication
skills * Participate in community issues Martial Arts
Y outh/Teens/Adults
* Be a role model to youth * Share your talents
* Secure job references * Make new friends *
Don’t wait...Call today! 782-8858
Make a positive difference * Demonstrate leader- Mention this add and save $50
ship * Receive personal pride and fulfillment
Whatever your goal,

Become a Volunteer Today! we’ve got a program for

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For the serious minded about Ballroom Dancing
the performing art of Ages ........................................................Adults
Instructors....................... Craig & Ann Peters
“Classical Ballet” .........................................Ron & Julie McCain
Great attention paid to Technique! ................................... Dan & Ingrid Robinson
Have fun on Friday nights. This is a chance to
Ages ��������������������������������������������������������8 & up learn and practice the fundamentals of the Fox
Instructor��������������������������������������Joan Hansen
Member, Royal Academy of Dance, London. Trot, Swing, Waltz, and many Latin dances.
Are you serious about wanting to learn “Classi- This class is designed to provide dancers with
cal Ballet”? You will learn pointe work for ages confidence and knowledge for the dance floor.
12 & over, or preparation for it for ages 8 to 11. Learn new moves and refine your old ones. The
You will learn proper classical techniques in a last class is a big party to practice in a realistic
disciplined structured environment that requires
a commitment to the program. Students need setting.
tights, leotard and ballet slippers. This is a year Time: 7 - 8pm Location: DWS
round course. To register call 782-9828. (F) 9/12 - 10/3 $70/couple 1735.307
3 days per week. (F) 10/10 - 11/7 $70/couple 1735.308
Time: (Sa) 2 - 3pm Location: WG (F) 11//14 - 12/12 $70/couple 1735.309
(Sa) 3 - 4pm
(W) 6:30 - 7:30pm
(Sa/Sa/W) 9/3 - 9/27 $69 1148.321
(Sa/Sa/W) 10/1 - 10/29 $69 1148.32
(Sa/Sa/W) 11/1 - 11/26* $69 1148.323
(Sa/Sa/W) 12/3 - 12/27* $69 1148.324
*No class 10/15, 12/24, 12/31

Ballet Exercise/Ballet Oriented

Ages ����������������������������������������������������� 3 - up
Instructor���������������������������������Joan Hansen
For Adults and Teens
Ages�����������������������������������������������������15 - up
Member, Royal Academy of Dancing, Instructor��������������������������������� Joan Hansen
London. The Royal Academy method of Member, Royal Academy of Dance London
ballet teaches more than dancing. It enhances Do you want to improve your body and
the pupils’ general education by developing physical well being? Then this class will
concentration, imagination, coordination, help you. It follows the general principals of
quick thinking, self-discipline and self- ballet, such as proper posture, graceful stance
confidence. At the same time, the pupil learns
and poise, while gently building muscle tone
the correct anatomical stance of the body which
and strengthening joints. You will also gain
results in proper posture, graceful carriage
and poise. Children respond remarkably to a knowledge of ballet terms and techniques
well structured learning program and feel a which are translated to less vigorous exercise, Beginner’s Tai-Chi
real sense of accomplishment as they master while retaining all the benefits. Students need Ages���������������������������������������������������������Adults
each step along the way. Students need tights, to wear tights, leotard or similar nonrestrictive Instructor�������������������������������������Earl Mussett
leotard and ballet slippers. This is a year-round clothing and ballet slippers. This is a year Tai-Chi is a soft martial art, or exercise form,
course. To register call 782-9828. round course. To register, call 782-9828. which originated in China. In this class, we
Ages: 3 - 7
Time: 1 - 2pm Location: WG Ages 15 & up will use the “Ba Duan Jin” the Nine Temple
(Sa) 9/6 - 9/27 $48 1148.301 Time: 2 - 3pm Location: WG exercises. Tai Chi Chih, 18 movements QiGong
(Sa) 10/4 - 10/25 $48 1148.305 (Sa) 9/6 - 9/27 $48 1148.317 and various other QiGong series are used to
(Sa) 11/1 - 11/22 $48 1148.309
(Sa) 12/6 - 12/27 $48 1148.313 (Sa) 10/4 - 10/25 $48 1148.318 develop coordination, control, and flexibility.
Ages 8 & Up (Sa) 11/1 - 11/22 $48  1148.319 Each class session will conclude with one or
Time: 2 - 3pm Location: WG (Sa) 12/6 - 12/27 $48  1148.320 two repetitions of the 24 movement Yang Short
(Sa) 9/6 - 9/27 $48 1148.302
(Sa) 10/4 - 10/25 $48  1148.306 Ages 15 & up (2/wk) Form. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes
(Sa) 11/1 - 11/22 $48 1148.310 Time: (Sa) 2 - 3pm and tennis shoes.
(Sa) 12/6 - 12/27 $48 1148.315 Time: 8 - 10am Locations: LP/GES
Ages 8 & up (2/wk) (W) 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: WG
(Sa) 9/6 - 9/27* $5 1710.301
Time: (Sa) 2 - 3pm (Sa/W) 9/3 - 9/27 $59 1148.203
(W) 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: WG (Sa) 10/4 - 10/25 $5 1710.302
(Sa/W) 10/1 - 10/29* $59 1148.207 (Sa) 11/1 - 11/15** $5 1710.303
(Sa/W) 9/3 - 9/27 $59  1148.304
(Sa/W) 10/1 - 10/29* $59 1148.308 (Sa/W) 11/1 - 11/26 $59 1148.211 (Sa) 12/6 - 12/27** $5 1710.304
(Sa/W) 11/1 - 11/26 $59 1148.312 (Sa/W) 12/3 - 12/27* $59  1148.215 *Class held at Lampe Park
(Sa/W) 12/3 - 12/27* $59 1148.316 **Class held at Sharkey’s on 11/8, 12/20,
*No class 10/15, 12/24, 12/31 *No class 10/15, 12/24, 12/31

Spencer Pilates Scrap Booking Scrap Booking
Instructor��������������������������������Nichol Casebier
Pilates concentrates on strengthening the core
All Day Crop “Croptoberfest” Celebration
Instructor�����������������������������������Jackie Gorton Sign up now, spaces are limited!
(abs & lower back) toning and elongating
Are you looking for time to work on your Instructor�����������������������������������Jackie Gorton
muscles. This Pilates classis great for all fitness
albums? Are you looking for fresh ideas and Autumn is the perfect time of year to get caught
levels beginner to advance. Wear comfortable
new techniques? This workshop is a great way up with your album-making. This is your
clothes and bring a yoga mat.
to get inspiration, share ideas and of course, opportunity to gather with friends and enjoy
Time: 3:45 - 5pm Location: MES
complete pages. Bring lots of photos along with hours of uninterrupted laughter, fun and album-
(W) 9/3 - 9/24 $40 1712.301
your albums, adhesives, papers and pens and making! New products will be introduced and
(W) 10/1 - 10/29 $50 1712.302
enjoy 7 hours with your own 6 foot table space. available for purchase. Bring lots of photos
(W) 11/5 - 11/19 $30 1712.303
A variety of tools are available for use (cutters, along with your albums, adhesives, papers and
(W) 12/3 - 12/17 $30  1712.304
punches, templates, idea books). Bring a lunch. pens and enjoy 12 hours of scrap booking with
Snacks and water provided. plenty of room and 6 foot table space all to
Yoga Time: 10am - 5pm Location: GES yourself! A variety of tools are available for use
Instructor��������������������������������� Bea McDonald (Sa) 9/13 $10 1720.301 (die cut machine, cutters, punches, templates,
The ancient life science of Hatha Yoga (physical (Sa) 11/15 $10 1720.302 idea books. Water, a snack and a goodie bag are
Yoga) is the path to long life and happiness. It is (Sa) 12/13 $10 1720.303 included.
ageless in concept. Yoga focuses on the whole Time: 10am - 10pm Location: GES
person - body, mind and spirit. We work on How to See (Sa) 10/18 $20 1720.304
concentration, control, stretching, breathing,
perfecting the body, the mind and the spirit. We Photographically
don’t promise miracles with yoga, we accomplish Instructor .......................................... Doug Dill
them. Wear clothing that allows the body to Have fun while learning the basics of
Concealed Weapon
move freely. Bring an exercise mat. Eat lightly photographic composition. See how the camera Certification
at least 90 minutes before class. Come with an sees. Practice taking spectacular photographs Ages�������������������������������������������������������� 21 - up
open mind and a positive attitude. See yah! with others who also enjoy taking pictures and Instructor���������������������������������������Daniel Linn
Time: 9:30 - 11am Location: RA want to wow their friends with their photographs. This course, which meets and exceeds the
7 - 8:30pm Class will include discussions on photographic Nevada State CCW requirements, can be taken
(M/Th) 9/1 - 9/29 $40 1709.301/305 composition and include critiques and field by CCW applicants or anyone wanting to learn
(M/Th) 10/2 - 10/30 $40 1709.302/306 trips. Open to all with either film or digital to shoot handguns. Covered in the course will
(M/Th) 11/3 - 11/27 $40 1709.303/307 cameras. Students are responsible for their own be; Firearms safety, handgun, ammo and holster
(M/Th) 12/1 - 12/29 $40 1709.304/308 transportation on field trips. selection, nomenclature and operation, stances,
Time: 9am - 1pm  Location: RA Nevada State Laws on firearms and the use of
Machado Brazilian (Sa) 9/13 - 10/25
Field trip 10/4, 10/18
$75 1714.301 deadly force, how to shoot a handgun, and how
to maintain and clean a handgun. The course
Jiu Jitsu will conclude with live-fire drills at the range,
Ages��������������������������������������������������������������13+ Practical Pistol Course and certificates will be given to successful
Instructor........ West Coast Martial Arts Staff Ages�������������������������������������������������������� 21 - up participants. Students will need: One to three
Learn the popular and challenging art of Brazilian Instructor���������������������������������������Daniel Linn handguns, 150 rounds of FACTORY ammo
Jiu Jitsu and MMA, submission grappling used This one day course covers immediate action for the first handgun and 50 rounds for each
by the top mixed martial arts competitors. response drills, using active and moving targets. additional handgun, hearing and eye protection
All classes taught in controlled professional The class is centered on weapon presentation, and a baseball style hat for the range. Students
setting designed so one can learn and train in a reloading and jam-clearing techniques, will need to bring their own UNLOADED
friendly environment with safety as number one concentrating on speed and accuracy. This class handguns to class.
consideration. Benefits include improved fitness, will improve your shooting ability! You will Time: (W/F) 6 - 9:30pm  Location: RA
self confidence, stress relief, flexibility, healthy need one handgun, (semi-auto or revolver), a (Sa) 8am - 2pm
weight loss and realistic self defense. A $40 minimum of 300 rounds of Factory ammo, (no (W/F) 9/17 & 9/19
insurance fee is due payable to the instructor. reloads) a safe belt holster, hearing and eye (Sa) 9/20 $90**  1745.301
Uniform can be purchased at the school for $39 protection and a baseball style cap. Bring a lunch (W/F) 11/12 & 11/14
and up. and you may want to bring a back up handgun (Sa) 11/15 $90**  1745.302
Time: 7:30 - 8:30pm (M) and extra ammo to repeat some of the drills. (W/F) 12/17 & 12/19
6:30 - 7:30pm (F) Location: WCMA Time: 8am - 5pm Location: DCSR (Sa) 12/20 $90** 1745.303
(M/F) 9/5 - 9/29 $79 1431.301 (Su) 10/19 $150**  1745.304 **An additional $10 insurance fee is payable
(M/F) 10/6 - 10/27 $79 1431.302 **An additional $10 insurance fee is payable to the instructor. Spouses are price plus $10
(M/F) 11/3 - 11/24 $79 1431.303 to the instructor. Spouses are price plus $10 insurance payable to the instructor.
(M/F) 12/1 - 12/22 $79 1431.304 insurance fee payable to the instructor.

Instructors Wanted!
Call us at 782-9828 if you have a specialty you want to share. We would like to work with you to develop new programs that will work into your schedule.
Active Adult
Valley Valley

Define Fitness Center Carson Valley
Ages������������������������������������������������ 60 and over
Instructors�������������Nathen and Stacy Hughes
Community Bingo
Define Fitness, as part of the Senior Services Come join us for a fun and exciting afternoon of
“Life Options” program, will be offering community bingo on the third Sunday of each
membership to their Health and Fitness Center month at the Douglas County Senior Center.
at a total cost of $10 a month for people 60 years Doors open at noon with early bird games starting
and older. That’s a 67% savings off of their at 1pm and regular games beginning about
regular membership if you sign up through the 1:30pm. All proceeds go to benefit the Young at
Senior Center! A $49 enrollment fee is required. Heart Citizens Club, which supports activities
Define Fitness is family owned and operated,
and programs for the senior community. Even
and provides a clean, friendly, non-intimidating
though games are played at the Senior Center,
workout environment. The facility provides
treadmills and elipticals, circuit training and free Bingo is open to everyone over 21 years of age.
weights, all under the guidance of experienced For more information contact the Senior Center
professional trainers. For enrollment information at 783-6455.
please contact the Senior Center at 783 - 6455.
Time: Monday - Friday 5am - 8pm
Saturday - Sunday 8am - 6pm
Location: 2528 Business Parkway, #A, Senior Services
Douglas County Meals on Wheels
All Seniors 60 years and older who are physically,
SeniorServices mentally incapacitated and/or unable to leave
2300 Meadow Lane, Gardnerville, 783-6455 the house can receive weekly meals on wheels
The Douglas County Senior Services provides deliveries. Also, 14 frozen meals can be delivered
many activities, services and programs. The bi-monthly to outlying areas that include Topaz
Center provides the senior community an Ranch Estes, Indian Hills, Johnson Lane and
opportunity to socialize, enjoy a nutritious Stateline.  The suggested donation is $2.00 per
Gold’s Gym meal and get involved in a number of different meal.
Ages ............................................................ 60+ activities, special events and excursions.
Gold’s Gym, as part of the Senior Services “Life
Options” program, will be offering membership Homemaker Assistance
at a cost of $20.00 a month for people 60 years Transportation If you are 60 years and older, do not have an able
and older. With no enrollment fee required! Transportation is provided for all seniors 60 bodied adult living with you, and are unable to
What began in Venice California in 1965 is now years and older, Monday through Friday. Round do daily household chores due to physical and/
available to you. Gold’s Gym continues to set the trip medical transportation can be provided for or mental illnesses, you can receive homemaker
standard with state-of-the-art circuits, advanced local, appointments. Due to increased demand, service. The service provides weekly or bi-
we do suggest at least a two-week notice on weekly visits or basic cleaning, laundry, grocery
cardiovascular equipment, free weights, and
appointments to insure service. The suggested shopping and limited personal care assistance.
cutting-edge group classes. Personal Trainers are The suggested donations for service are $2.00
donations for rides are $4.00 locally, $6.00
available as well as helpful friendly staff. For Carson City and $10.00 to Reno/Sparks. Please an hour.
enrollment information please contact the Senior call 783-6456 to book an appointment.
Center at 783-6455 or the gym at 267-1700.
Time: Monday - Thursday 4:30am - 10pm
Friday  4:30am - 9pm
Congregate Dining
Saturday - Sunday 4:30am - 8pm Senior Center Volunteers The Douglas County Senior Center serves lunch
Senior Center dining operations and other Monday - Friday at 12pm at the Senior Center.
Location: 3790 US Hwy 395, Ste 402, Reservations are not required. The suggested
important programs could not be made possible
Carson City, NV without the assistance of DC Senior Center donation for lunch is $2.00 each day for Seniors
Volunteers. If you have an interest in becoming 60 years and older and those under 60 years, it
Senior Resistance Exercise a volunteer for the senior community please call is $3.50.
Join us each Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 10:30 - 11:15am for our Senior Resistance Dementia Caregiver’s
Exercise Class. Many of the infirmities
contributed to aging are prevented or reduced Topaz Congregate Dining Support Group
by staying active. Resistance exercise is used to Congregate Dining is provided each Monday, Meets every 2nd Thursday at 2pm. It’s an
maintain or build strength, muscle mass, muscle Tuesday and Thursday at 12:00 noon at the opportunity for caregivers of family members
Topaz Ranch Estates Community Center located and spouses to get information help and support
tone and muscular endurance. The goal of Senior
at 3939 Carter Way. Call 266-3853 for more during this challenging time. We have guest
Resistance training would increase your ability details. speakers and presentations each quarter.
to produce and sustain muscular power.
Active Adult

Life Options Activities

“Wise Owl” Yoga Starting Your Memoirs Scrapbook Workshop
Jill Mustacchio R.N. will be leading this gentle This beginning class is designed to help you Join us for a morning of fun and creativity as we
yoga class, which provides a fun and motivational organize, structure, and focus your personal take a trip down memory lane. Instructor Lindsey
yoga experience that explores beginning yoga memories and family stories. It will provide
the spark to start your writing. It’s a safe, open- Frueh will show you how to preserve your most
postures and breathe work. It is a safe, low
minded environment, where the class becomes treasured memories, through the art of scrap
impact program, designed especially for the
senior population. Yoga meets each Tuesday and like family. No writing experience is necessary booking. This scrap booking workshop will take
and all ages are welcome. This six-week place from 9 - 11am on the 2nd and 4th Thursday
Thursday, from 10 - 10:30am. It is held at the
class will take place Thursdays from 3 - 5pm, of each month, beginning at the Douglas County
Carson Valley United Methodist located at 1375 beginning September 4 and running through
Centerville Lane in Gardnerville. This class is October 9 at the Douglas County Senior Center. Senior Center. The class fee is $ 6.00. This
offered free of charge to anyone 60 years of age The class fee is $75. two-hour workshop is designed for everyone!
or older. If you are new to scrap booking or a scrapbook
Investment Discussion Group Developing Your Memoirs veteran, this class is for you. Lindsey has eight
Meets every 1st Monday at 10am in the Ceramics This intermediate class is designed to help you years of scrapbook experience and loves to share
Room. It’s an opportunity to discuss what’s going expand, edit, and perfect your personal memories her passion of scrap booking. Come learn how
on in the markets and what’s good to invest in. and family stories. It will provide further to preserve your memories forever! For further
instruction to shape your collection of stories.
It’s a safe, open-minded environment, where the information please contact the Senior Center at
class becomes like family. No writing experience 783-6455 or Lindsey Frueh at 265-6345.
is necessary and all ages are welcome. This Classes held 9/11, 9/25, 10/09, 10/23, 11/13,
six-week class will take place Thursdays from 12/11
9 - 11am, beginning September 4 and running
through October 9 at the Douglas County Senior Croptober Fest
Green Thumb Garden Club Center. The class fee is $75. Come and join in this frightfully fun event! You
Meets every 4th Monday of the month. They will have the opportunity to learn about the
discuss different topics of taking care of your Completing Your Memoirs
This advanced class is designed to put the newest trends and techniques in scrap booking,
gardens and yards, plus have guest speakers and
finishing touches on you memoirs by refining and have plenty of time to work on your albums.
scheduled bus trips.
and publishing them. It will provide additional Class includes lunch and a goodie bag for each
A Day at the Movies instruction to finalize your memoirs. It’s a safe, person and a raffle! If you wear orange you
If you are homebound or just need a lift, you open-minded environment, where the class will receive a special gift! Class will be held on
becomes like family. No writing experience
can once again enjoy the legends of the silver Saturday, October 18 from 9am to 1pm at the
is necessary and all ages are welcome. This
screen. Escape from the daily routine of life and
six-week class will take place Thursday from
the Douglas County Senior Center escort you 1 - 3pm, beginning September 4 and running
to a day out at the movies. Each 4th Friday of through October 9 at the Douglas County Senior
Watercolor Classes
each month, (date subject to change), we will Center. The class fee is $75.
You will need to check with the center on dates
pick you up at your door and take a trip to the
Galaxy Theatre to enjoy a movie classic. We Ceramics and times. The cost is $15.00 per person which
also provide transportation and a box lunch. To Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stop includes all materials and a completed picture
make a reservation, please call us at the Senior by and see Esther and Rita or call the center for to take home. For more information, call Lada
Center at 783-6455. more information. Trimble, instructor, at 882-6061.

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Active Adult
Valley Valley
Creativity through USO/VETERANS DAY AARP Driver Safety Course
Knitting & Crocheting CELEBRATION 2008 Instructor����������������������������������������Irv Phillips
Come join instructor Linda Sawtelle each This class is a refresher course with emphasis
The Douglas County Senior Center will be hosting
Monday at 9:00 am for “Creativity through upon how age-related changes affect driving.
the Annual Veterans Day/USO Celebration on
Knitting and Crocheting.” Each month Linda For drivers age 55 and older. The purpose of the
Monday November 10th, 2008 at the Senior
will have provide a different theme related class is to help seniors continue to be safe drivers
Center, 2300 Meadow Lane, Gardnerville.
project. Linda brings 48 years of knitting as long as possible. Those who complete the
Recapture the USO show days with a much
experience to the classroom and has been class may be eligible for a discount on their auto
needed break, good chow and the sound of Big
crocheting for the last 20 years. The class will insurance. Pre-registration is required by calling
Bands. The festivities start at 10:30 a.m. from
be conducted from 9am - 12pm at the Douglas the Douglas County Senior Center at 783-6455.
November 1st through the 10th, we encourage
County Senior Center. There is “no fee” for the There is a $10 fee for the class payable upon
all veterans to bring in their memorabilia to be
class, but classroom space is limited, so please arriving at the class.
displayed in the Senior Center’s lobby. For
call and confirm your interest. To reserve your Time: 8:30am to 5:00 pm Location: SC
information, please call the Senior Center at
spot, or for any additional information regarding (Sa) 9/13 $10
the class, contact the Senior Center at 783-6455. (Sa) 12/12 $10


Douglas County Senior Services will be having their annual 90+ and 100+ Birthday Celebration at the Senior Center
from 11am to 1pm. This is the Senior Center’s opportunity to honor those who have reached this life’s milestone. We
have a special presentation and lunch for our 90+ & 100+ seniors. It is a very important and impressive day to honor
our seniors. Please contact the Senior Center at 783-6455.
Time: 11am - 1 pm  Location: Senior Center
(W) TBA Free

Appointments available Monday-Friday

1234 Waterloo Ln • Gardnerville
Special Events
North Pole Calling
Thursday, December 11
Ages�������������������������������������������������������������3 - 6
Watch your children’s eyes light up when they
receive a personal phone call from the North
Pole! Santa will call to spread the fun and magic
of the holidays. We are helping Santa by passing
out “Hotline” forms, which will be available
after December 1st at the Douglas County Parks
& Recreation Department. Santa will be calling
Thursday, December 11th. If you would like to
be a volunteer Santa, please call the Recreation
Division at 782-9828.
Time: 4:30 - 7:30pm Free

Carson Valley Arts Council’s

Gingerbread House
Pumpkin Run Fall Festival Decorating Contest
Ages�������������������������������Preschool - 6th Grade Ages���������������������������������������������������������������All This contest is open to individuals, families,
During the Fall Festival, Douglas County Parks Pick a giant pumpkin at the 4-H Pumpkin organizations and clubs. Your exhibit can be a
& Recreation Department will be offering a fun Patch and enjoy a family style carnival event. house, church, barn, historic building, castle or
run for children in preschool through 6th grade. Activities include a fun run relay race, food, any other structure you choose. All entries must
Participants will be divided into groups based on raffle, car seat safety inspections, silent auction, be brought to the Carson Valley Museum the week
grade and will be running a designated distance face painting, petting zoo, cake walk, costume of December 1 through December 5 from 10am
based on age. Pre-registration is recommended, contest, pumpkin decorating and carnival games. to 3:30pm. The exhibit will run from Saturday
but participants may register on site. Prizes will Kids can enjoy a visit with Smokey Bear and December 6 through the 18. The winners will be
be award at the end of each race. learn about fire safety too! The costume contest announced at the Artist’s Reception scheduled
Time: 10 - 11:45am Location: LP will be held at 12pm for kids with cash prizes to for December 13.  Please call Dennis Little,
(Sa) 10/4 $3 1143.301 be awarded. Prizes and pumpkins are generously Gingerbread Contest Coordinator at 267-5634
Race Times sponsored by Joe Beningo’s Tree Service. for contest rules, guidelines and an application
Pre-School (boys & girls) 10:00am Time: 10am - 2pm Location: LP form.
Kindergarten (boys & girls) 10:15am (Sa) 10/4 Fee for some activities
1st Grade (boys & girls) 10:30am
2nd Grade (boys & girls) 10:45am
3rd Grade (boys & girls) 11:00am
4th Grade (boys & girls) 11:15am
5th Grade (boys & girls) 11:30am
6th Grade (boys & girls) 11:45am
*Runners should plan to arrive at least 5-10
minutes prior to their scheduled race time.
Farmers Market
Nevada’s Own Certified
Open until September 17
Therapy That Makes Sense
Find an abundance of fresh farm grown produce
brought to you direct from local Nevada Lileo T. Sunderland, M.F.T.
and California certified farms. Your weekly • Marriage • Family
community Farmer’s Market is open Wednesday • Individual Counseling
mornings from 8am - 1pm at Lampe Park in
Gardnerville. Bring a basket and fill it with fruits, Licensed in Nevada and California
baked goodies, vegetables, plants and more. For
directions, participation or information call the
Recreation Division at 782-9828. Because the 775-783-1136
Farmers Market is located at Lampe Park, all 1191 - A High School Street
Lileo Sunderland
rules will be enforced including No Dogs. P.O. Box 2275
Time: 8am - 1pm Location: LP Gardnerville, NV 89410
Special Events
Valley Valley

Family Support Council Classes

1255 Waterloo Lane, Gardnerville • 782-8692
782-8692 • Office hours - 9am to 5pm
Parenting Classes Parenting Wisely Special Workshops
Parents of children ages��������������������������0 - 18 This interactive CD-Rom based program is Workshop topics will include: baby massage,
Parenting does not have to be stressful. designed to facilitate the learning of necessary car seat safety check, signing with your baby,
Understanding the stages of development and skills for health well-balanced raising of children infant CPR and first aid, and scrap booking for
why children behave the way they do, will help ages 3 to 18. your baby,
reduce the stress of parenting. Whether you are
Case Management
interested in finding a more positive parenting
style or you just have questions about changes
Parenting Resources This class will help you develop a customized
or behaviors in your child, Family Support budget for your family, and then guide you
Family to Family Connection
Council’s parenting classes will help you find through the process of putting that budget into
For parents of children ages 0 - 4. This class
the answers. action.
will provide information, workshops, support,
and referrals. Information & Referral
1, 2, 3, 4, Parents!
For parents of children ages 1 - 4, this class will The Family Resource Center program can offer
New Baby Center and include information about parenting, child
help you understand basic developmental stages,
The new baby center offers parents of newborns development, domestic violence and sexual
methods of bonding, non-violent discipline
skills, encouragement skills and the importance the opportunity to have your baby weighted, assault, and numerous other topics.
of parental self-care. development assessments, and gather great
information about the development of your
Children in the Middle newborn and common concerns. G.A.P.
This class is for unmarried, separated and Grandparents and others parenting grandchildren/
divorced parents. Learn how to not put New Baby Home Visitations nieces/nephews. Every third Friday of each
children in the middle of conflicts and improve This program will provide parents of newborns month, 10 - 11:30am. Families come together
communication skills with one another to under the age of 6 months home visitation for support, encouragement and referrals. Free
ensure that children’s have a supportive family to help you overcome challenges in feeding, on-site babysitting is offered. Free of change.
environment. Classes also available for children bathing and caring for your infant.
whose parents are enrolled in the Children in the
Middle class. This class is offered at the same Toddler Time Workshops Women’s Support Group
Your child age 1 to 4 can interact with children Every Wednesday evening 6 - 7:30pm. This
time and will help children understand why addresses the needs of victims of domestic
parents separate and teaches stress and anger of the same age in a developmentally appropriate
playroom. Activities will include Arts & Crafts, violence as well as any issues women would like
management and problem solving skills.
music, tumbling, and fine motor development to discuss in a great, supportive environment.
games. Drop-ins welcome. Free of charge.
The Effects of Domestic Violence of Children
Class attendees will learn about the cycle of
domestic violence, the elements of a child’s
Please call the Family Support Council for
developing brain, how living in abusive and
dates and times of workshops and classes.
neglectful environments alters a child’s brain,
and the long tern effect of witnessing abuse.
Youth/Teen Sports
NFL Pepsi Teen Basketball League Wanted:
Grades .�������������������������������������������������������9-12 Volunteer Coaches & Team Sponsors
PUNT, PASS, & KICK Does your teen want to continue playing Our youth Sport leagues are in search of volunteer
Ages�����������������������������������������������������������8 - 15
The NFL Pepsi PUNT, PASS, & KICK program basketball after youth league, but has no league coaches. Without volunteer coaches these programs
is a free competition open to boys & girls. to play in, then try this new teen league. This new are not possible. If you are unable to coach but
would like to help out with these programs, the
Participants compete against their peers in teen basketball league is offered for beginning Recreation Division is looking for team sponsors. If
punting, passing, & place kicking skills. There to advanced players who want to continue you are interested in helping out, please contact the
is no registration fee or purchase required for playing, emphasizing skill development and fun Recreation Department 782-9828
competition. Participants will be assigned to
any participant to enter. All contestants must fill
a team through a draft system (see below).
out the Entry Form/Release of Liability Form
obtained from DCPR on the day of the event. Games will be on Saturdays at Carson Valley Youth Basketball
The competition is split into four age groups: Middle School. Grades........................................................ 3 - 8
8/9, 10/11, 12/13, 14/15 (age is determined as Time: TBA Location: CVMS The JrNBA/JrWNBA youth basketball league
Registration: 10/20 - 11/26 is offered for beginning to advanced players,
of December 31st of the current year) with boys
(Sa) 1/13 - 3/7 $75 emphasizing skill development and fun
and girls competing separately. The top scorer competition. Participants will be assigned to a
in each age division will advance to a sectional (includes 2 officials, team t-shirt & awards)
Leagues team through a draft system (see below). Games
competition with a chance to advance to the team.
championship. No football shoes are allowed, 9th - 12th Grade (Boys) 5045.301 will be on Saturday at Carson Valley Middle
School with at least one planned practice each
only tennis shoes are allowed for competition. *League will be limited to 60 players. Please
week at a school in the areas.
For more information, please contact Douglas sign up early, as registration is limited. Full Time: TBA Location: CVMS
County Parks & Recreation. payment is necessary to reserve a spot. A Registration: 10/20 - 11/26
Times: 9am - 12pm Location: SP parent permission slip, code of conduct, and Season (Sa) 1/13 - 3/7
(Sa) 9/27 Free player registration must be completed at time of Cost: Grades 3rd - 6th $70
registration. Grades 7th & 8th $75*
Youth Sports Organization Teen Basketball Draft
Includes 1 official, team t-shirt & awards
The Douglas County Parks & Recreation *Includes 2 officials, team t-shirt and
Department prepares and maintains practice DCPR has adopted a draft system for player awards.
and competitive fields used by the Youth placement on teams. Coaches will be required to Leagues
Sports Organizations. Questions regarding the attend a paper draft on Saturday, December 6 at 3rd & 4th Grade (Coed) 5038.301
sports sponsored by these organizations can the Recreation Annex to select teams. PARENTS 5th & 6th Grade (Coed) 5038.302
be answered by calling the following: WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REQUEST A 7th & 8th Grade (Coed) 5038.303
AYSO Soccer CERTAIN COACH OR THAT THEIR *Each group will be limited to 100 players.
Please sign up early, as registration is limited.
HOTLINE����������������������������������� 783-4079 CHILD BE PLACED WITH ANOTHER
Full payment is necessary to reserve a spot. A CHILD, NO EXCEPTIONS. Only coaches
Carson Valley Little League parent permission slip, code of conduct and
are allowed to be present for the draft, no parents player registration must be completed at time
Lisa Aiazza��������������������������������� 781-0928 or participants are needed.
Carson Valley Girls’ Softball League of registration.
(Sa) 12/6 2 - 4pm Location: RA
Neil Hill�������������������������������������� 782-5299
Patti Snyder�������������������������������� 265-6447
Youth Basketball Draft
Carson Valley Swim Team Introduction to Junior Golf Due to the increasing size of the Youth Basketball
Program for grades 3rd – 8th, DCPR has adopted
Carson Valley Swim Center ������� 782-8840 Ages .........................................................5 - 16 a draft system for player placement on teams.
Douglas Dolphins Swim Team Juniors will learn the basics of golf including Coaches will be required to attend a paper draft
Kary Grabow������������������������������ 215-1868 rules, etiquette, putting, chipping and full swing. to select teams. Only coaches are allowed to be
Sarah Davenport������������������������� 287-1035 Participants will be divided into groups based on present for the draft, no parents or participants age. Club rental and golf balls are included in are needed.
Douglas Ski Club the fee. Refreshments will be provided. PARENTS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO
(Sa) Robert Pumphrey���������������� 782-3543
(Su) Sandy Cooke����������������������� 841-3339 Times: 12 - 4:15pm  Location: CVGC REQUEST A CERTAIN COACH OR
(Su) Tom Hickey������������������������ 782-2164 (Sa) 9/6 $20 THAT THEIR CHILD BE PLACED WITH
Jim Valentine������������������������������ 782-8777 Ages 5 - 6 12 - 1:15pm 5015.301 (Sa) 12/6 Location: RA 3 - 4 grade coed 8 - 10am
Ages 7 - 8 1:30 - 2:45pm 5015.302
Youth Basketball Leagues 5 - 6 grade coed 10am - 12pm
DCPRD��������������������������������������� 782-9828 Ages 9 - 16 3 - 4:15pm 5015.303
7 - 8 grade coed 12 - 2pm Thank You to the following Businesses and Organizations for Sponsoring DCPRD
Youth Flag Football Leagues
DCPRD��������������������������������������� 782-9828 Youth Sports Leagues 2008 NFL Flag Football • JR NBA/ JR WNBA Basketball • Volleyball
Youth Volleyball Leagues Barton Memorial Hospital • Carson Valley Accounting • Carson Valley Inn • Carson Valley Medical Center
DCPRD��������������������������������������� 782-9828 Danny’s Ironwood Grill • Fire Equipment Supply Inc. • Jethro’s Oven & Grille • Minden Medical Center Minden Rotary • Minden/Douglas Elks #2670 • Oxoby Mobile Home Park • Park Place AM/PM #81672 Play
Youth Wrestling it Again Sports • R.O. Anderson Engineering, Inc. • T.C. Estes Construction
John Grant���������������������������������� 720-2311 Tahoe Fracture & Orthopedic Medical Clinic
Adult Sports
Valley Valley
Adult Golf Instruction Adult Winter Volleyball
Instructor����������������������Brett J.B. Kuhnsman,
Ages������������������������������������������������������������. 18+
PGA Director of Golf Instruction at Genoa Entry fee is due at time of registration. League
Lakes Golf Club and Resort. size is restricted. All registration is based on first
The golf school at Genoa Lakes offers group come first serve basis. 12 players are allowed to
lessons for all golfers from beginners to a roster. Each team will play a minimum of 8
experienced. Would you like to take up golf, regular season games and participate in the post-
but not sure how? Feel intimidated by the sport season single elimination tournament. Awards
and other golfers? Have you tried but had for tournament play only. Game times will
little success or fun? Are you a golfer that is vary. Players must be at least 18 years old to
experienced, but stuck in a rut? If you answered participate.
yes to any of these questions or you just want to Time: 7:30 - 9:30pm Location: CVMS
improve your game, then these group lessons are (M - Th) 12/1 - 2/26 $185
for you. These six one hour lessons will cover all Registration: 10/13 - 11/21
Leagues Offered
aspects of the game including; full swing, short
(M) Women’s (6 on 6) 5004.310
game, putting, chipping, sand play, etiquette and (T) Coed “A” (4 on 4) 5004.311 Adult Flag Football League
rules. Maximum of eight students per class and (W) Coed “C” (6 on 6) Ages��������������������������������������������������������������18+
we meet twice a week. Couples are welcome! (Th) Coed “B” (6 on 6) Entry fee is due at time of registration. League
ALL SESSIONS WILL BE HELD AT THE Schedules Available size is restricted. All registration is based on first
RESORT COURSE AT GENOA LAKES, Wednesday, November 26 after 3pm at the come first serve basis. 15 players are allowed to
(Formerly Sierra Nevada Golf Ranch) Recreation Division. Completed rosters are due a roster. Each team will play a minimum of 10
Women Only at time of the 1st game. regular season games and participate in the post-
Time: 10 - 11am Location: GL Wanted season single elimination tournament. Awards
Dates: (T/Th) 9/2 - 9/18 $100 5018.301 will be given for tournament play only. Game
Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm Location: GL Officials & Referees times will vary. Players must be at least 18 years
Dates: (T/Th) 9/2 - 9/18 $100 5018.302 Douglas County Parks & Recreation is currently old to participate.
Open Classes looking for qualified officials for Youth and Adult Time: 9am - 2pm Location: SP
Time: 10 - 11am Location: GL Sports. Officials must be willing to work nights Registration: 11/26 - 12/28 5036.301
Dates: (W/F) 9/3 - 9/19 $100 5018.303 and weekends and have a flexible schedule. (Su) 1/11 - 3/29 $450
Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm Location: GL Most games last approximately 1 hour. Schedules Available
Dates: (W/F) 9/3 - 9/19 $100 5018.304 Wednesday, January 7 after 3pm at the Recreation
We will train and certify for all sports. Previous
officiating is preferred. Willingness to be trained Division. Completed rosters are due at time of
SATISFACTION in multiple sports preferred. Please contact J.P. the 1st game.
Albert with Douglas County Parks & Recreation
GUARANTEED at (775) 782-9828 for more information. CHECK OUT SPORTS
We guarantee your satisfaction with all
our programs and we strive to provide the The Parks and Recreation Department has ON THE WEB
the right to ask any person to leave the
best possible experience and top quality
activities. Let us know if we can assist you facility due to violation of facility rules or
with anything including a refund. unacceptable behavior or language.

$10Family Golf
After 5pm, 7 days
Price per person
*Must include 1 Junior 5 – 17yrs
and 1 Adult over 21yrs
All players must have
clubs & play golf
Offer ends 10/5/2008

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1027 Riverview Drive
Pre Kinder/Youth
Roots & Wings Christmas Cheer at KCC
Children’s Center Ages .........................................................3 - 6
The holiday season has arrived and we know
at Kahle Park its better to give than receive. KCC will be
Accredited by the National Association for collecting canned goods, non-perishable items,
the Education of Young Children. toys and gloves through December 20th. Items
Director ...............................Shelly Martinez can be placed into the donation barrel in the
We are delighted to offer a part-time front lobby.
developmental preschool program at Kahle
Park. We endeavor to create an environment
in which your children respect themselves and
others, while inviting their young minds and
bodies to think, create, explore, discover, and
wonder! Our goal is to inspire a lifelong love
of learning.
Age appropriate activities in the following
curriculum areas will be offered daily: art,
math, science, language, sensory, cognitive Story time
development, practical life, dramatic Ages .............................................................3 - 8 Breakfast with Santa
play, music, and fine and large muscle Community Program Director, Carol Rapacz Sponsored by Mott Canyon
development. presents theme based stories for children. Ages .........................................................3 - 6
Program hours for the 2008-2009 school year (Every other Friday) 9:15 - 10am KCC A memorable experience for each hungry
are 9am - 12pm Monday - Friday. We will offer (Th) 11 - 11:45am FREE Location: ZCL child! Come join Santa for a delicious
a two-day (T/Th), a three day (M/W/F) and Zephyr Cove Library Hours pancake breakfast and get your picture taken
a five day (M-F) program. Tuition is $17 per (T/W) 11 - 7pm with him afterwards! Photo with Santa and
day. Roots and Wings is a licensed preschool (Th/F/Sa) 9 - 5pm breakfast with pancakes, OJ, hot chocolate or
designed for 3 to 5 years olds. (Children must For more information call the Library at coffee included!
be potty trained.) For more information about (775)588-6411. Time: 9 - 11am Location: KCC
this year, or to place your child on the waiting (Sa) 12/6 $2 1025.301
list for future school years, please call Kahle Twosday Mornings
Community Center at 586-7271. A non- Ages ....................................Birth to Pre-school North Pole Calling
refundable registration fee of $50 is required Instructor ................................Shelly Martinez Ages .........................................................3 - 6
at time of enrollment. There is no fee to place Wanted: Parents, grandparents, and caregivers Watch your children’s eyes light up when
your child on the waiting list. with young children who would like to spend one they receive a personal phone call from the
Important Dates morning a week in the company of their peers North Pole! Santa will call to spread the fun
Back to School Parent Meeting enjoying structured and spontaneous playful and magic of the holidays. We are helping
Thursday, September 4 • 6:30 - 8:30pm experiences. Fee includes creative art, optional Santa by passing out “Hotline” forms, which
group circle time, and use of indoor playground. will be available after December 1st at Kahle
Welcome Days for Pre-school Families Time: 9:30 - 11am Location: KCC Community Center. Santa will be calling
September 8 & 9 • 10am - 12pm (T) 10/7 - 10/28 $24 1048.301 Thursday, December 11th
First day of School (T) 11/4 - 11/25 $24 1048.302 Time: 10am - 2pm Location: KCC
Wednesday, September 10 (T) 12/2 - 12/16 $18 1048.303 (Th) 12/11 FREE

Creative Drama Adventures

Ages .............................................................3 - 5
Instructor ..................................Diane Handzel
Would you like to take an adventure to far-off
locations? Or encounter mystical, fantastic More than just
creatures? You can when you set of on a new
adventure each week. Children in this class fun and games!
take steps towards focus, expression and
working together. The session will culminate
with a “Showcase” for family and friends using
Birthday Parties
minimal props and costumes on the last day of
class. Students should bring their lunch. Let KCC help you plan, organize and make your
child’s birthday a special event. Complete our
Time: 12 - 1:30pm Location: KCC
(F) 10/3 - 12/19 1024.303 custom party package form and receive a custom
*No class 10/31, 11/28 quote. At least two weeks advance notice
required. For more information call 586-7271.
Lake Valley
Kid’s Club Programs Winter Break
Is your child looking for an after school
adventure? If you are looking for after school
Adventure Days
Ages�����������������������������������������������������������6 - 12
care, we may have exactly what you need! Kids
Enjoy your school break with us by going on
Club offers two programs for your child. Kinder
field trips, playing games, crafts, and having
Kids is offered from 11:30am - 3pm at Zephyr
fun! Fee includes admission, transportation &
Cove Library for kindergartners. Fee is $10 per
supervision. Bring a sack lunch and spending
day, payable monthly. Kid’s Club is offered from
money each day. Watch for a flyer coming
3:15 - 6pm and is designed to serve students ages
home from school with more information about
6 through 12. We provide a safe, enriching and
activities and how you can sign up for Adventure
exciting after school experience for your child.
Trained and dedicated staff are on hand to offer
Time: 7:30am - 6pm  Location: KCC
crafts, group games, outdoors and gymnasium
(M) 12/22 $22 1123.321
play, snacks and homework support. The focus
(T) 12/23 $22 1123.322
of our program is to give children an environment
to meet friends and have fun just being a kid!
Schools Out Fun Day (M) 12/29 $22 1123.323
Looking for something fun to do with your day (T) 12/30 $22 1123.324
Children can attend Monday through Friday
off from school? Join the Recreation Department
(except holidays and teacher workdays). Fee is Are You Looking For a
for a fun, safe, supervised field trip. Trips might
$5.00 per day. Kids club begins 8/20. Part-Time Job?
include swimming, ice skating, bowling, arcades
and more. Look for a flyer coming through CES Do you like working with children? Douglas
with more information. County Parks & Recreation Department
Time: 7:30am - 6pm Location: ZCES accepts applications for part-time positions
for Kids Club and Adventure Camp Programs.
(W) 9/24 $22 4380.301
Applications are available at the Human
(M) 11/3 $22 4380.302 Resource Department located at 1616 8th
(F) 12/5 $22 4380.303 Street in Minden or call 782-9860.
Kid’s Shop Child & Infant
Grades������������������������������������������������������� K - 6
Instructor������������������������������������������ Nat Davis
CPR & First Aid
Ages���������������������������������������������������������10 - 15
Students will learn practical wood working
skills with an emphasis on sage use of hand Instructors������� Kris Zehren &Vicki Schussel
tools. Instructor and students abide by strict Help to prevent and be prepared for emergencies.
safety procedures, creating a safe environment Receive certification in child and infant CPR and
where students can choose form a wide range of or First Aid by gaining the knowledge, skills and
projects supplied by the teacher. Students are also confidence to care for infants and children in
encouraged to invent and design projects from emergency situations. Recognize emergencies
their imagination. By visualizing, planning, and illnesses with first aid, rescue breathing and
and building projects, children develop abstract other appropriate care. Class combines video,
reasoning capabilities and fine motor skills. hands-on practice, discussion and a multiple
Time, date and cost to be announced. choice test for a complete learning experience.
Great for babysitters and older siblings. Class
will be held at Kahle Community Center.
Time: 3:30 - 7:30pm Location: KCC
(Tu) 9/30 & 10/7 $15*
*Includes dinner  1605.319
Climbing Wall at KCC
Not ready to scale El Capitan? Kahle
Babysitters Boot Camp Community Center has a bouldering wall
Ages���������������������������������������������������������10 - 13 great for beginners. $6 gains access to the
Instructor�������������������������������������� Kris Zehren wall as well as the rest of the facilities.
Earn your own money and become a responsible
babysitter! Practice good decision making and Art Classes
handling real life situations through role playing Art classes with Suemi Atherton will be available
and hands on activities. Share ideas with other this Fall. Look for a flyer at ZCES.
babysitters while you get information and
Dog Obedience training you need to handle the challenges of The Acting Studio
child care. Grades������������������������������������������������������� K - 6
Instructor�������������������������������������Guy Yeaman
Time: 10am - 12pm Location: KCC Instructor����������������������������������Diane Handzel
Have you and your canine companion been getting
along lately? If you need help in establishing (T) 11/6 $15 1605.320 Students explore acting technique focusing on
good conduct and curbing bad habits, this course learning the tools for creating realistic, three
is for you. Guy uses a light-handed approach dimensional characters for the stage.  Actors in
to help your dog to obey commands: heel, sit, Halloween Carnival this class study vocal, physical and emotional
stand, stay and recall. Each dog needs a training
collar and a fabric or leather lead. Dogs must be
Celebration characterization, applying acting technique to
develop their character.  This class is ongoing
Sponsored by Kiwanis of
at least four months old. Bring a copy of shot training and may be repeated. The session will
record the first day of class. Lake Tahoe Sunrisers
culminate with a “Showcase” for family and
Time: 7 - 8pm Location: KMS Celebrate the spirit of make believe, a sense of
friends using minimal props and costumes on
(Th) 10/23 - 12/4* $80 1422.302 community and “spooktacular” happenings, all
the last day of class.  Students are required to
under one roof at Kahle Community Center on
(Th) 12/11 - 1/29* $80 1422.304 memorize lines.
*No class on 11/27, 12/25, 1/1 Halloween. The festivities will include carnival
Dates: 10/3 - 12/19* Location: KCC
games, a haunted hunt and lots of treats to
Grades K - 2 4:30 - 5:30pm  1024.302
Totally Active Teens guarantee a “bootiful” fun, safe and ghoulishly
Grades 3 - 6 3:30 - 4:30pm
good time for all ages. Community groups
Friday Nights at Kahle invited to host or run a booth.
*No class 10/31, 11/28

Community Center (F) 10/31 4 - 7pm Location: KCC Kahle Community

Teen Scene Center
Grades�������������������������������������������������������6 - 12
Shoot hoops, play volleyball, arcade games,
Scholarships Available
Every child should have the opportunity
watch TV or play video games. This is the night
for teens to enjoy the Community Center with to participate in Parks & Recreation is a
their friends. activities. Financial assistance is
Time: 6:30 - 9pm Location: KCC available for our Kids Club program. SAFE PLACE
(F) Continuous* Drop-in $3** Call 586-7271 for more information. In cooperation with
*Except holidays & special rental nights
**Free to pass holder Tahoe Youth and Family Services.
Lake Valley
Introduction to Muay Thai Tae Kwon Do
Ages�������������������������������������������������������������� 7 + Ages��������������������������������������������������� 7 to Adult
Instructors������������������������������ Jose Lombrana Instructors��������� Chris and Rick Manglinong
Get lean, strong and tough with Muay Thai. Join the fastest growing, most exciting martial
Muay Thai Kickboxing is an effective full art in the world today-Tae Kwon Do! Tae
Kwon Do is a centuries old Korean martial
contact fighting sport that implements punches, art. It emphasizes such fundamental values as
kicks, elbows, knee strikes and take downs. courtesy, integrity, self-discipline, and a positive
Along with emphasis on strength and endurance self-image. The powerful techniques taught in
building, flexibility is also a major advantage the Tae Kwon Do are exciting and a fun way to
stay fit, as well as being an excellent form of self
that comes with Muay Thai training. Students defense.
will need to bring own equipment. Contact Kahle Time: 6 - 12 6 - 7pm
Community Center for a full list.
Time: 5 - 7pm Location: KCC
Adults 7 - 7:30pm Location: KCC CPR
(W) 9/17 - 9/24 $12/$15 1409.301/305 Instructors��������������������������������� Kelly Pettit &
(F/Sa) ongoing 1665.301/304 (W) 10/1 - 10/29 $20/$25  1409.302/306 ������������������������������Tahoe Douglas Firefighters
Drop-in $10 per class.Punch cards available* (W) 11/5 - 11/19 $12/$15 1409.303/307 You have just three minutes to save a life.
*8/$75, 24/$210, 48/$390, 96/$720 (W) 12/3 - 12/17 $12/$15 1409.304/308 Do you have the skills? An American Red
Adult drop-in $10 per class Cross class for CPR and foreign body airway
Philippine Stick Youth drop-in $8 per class obstruction and prudent heart living. Emergency
Fighting Arnis Medical System entry and the legalities of these
procedures will be discussed.
Ages������������������������������������������������ 16 and over
Instructors��������� Chris and Rick Manglinong Time: 6 - 9pm  Location: RHFD
(T) 9/23 $30 1715.301
Arnis is a blending of the countless styles of
(T) 11/18 $30 1715.302
the related methods: Solo Baston (single stick).
RHFS – Round Hill Fire Station, room #1
Sinawali (do weave) which uses two sticks
twirled in a weaving fashion, and Espada Y Daga
(sword and dagger) which uses a long and short
stick. Arnis is simple to learn and requires no
special conditioning or raw physical strength. It
is particularly well suited for senior citizens or a
person who is only interested in self-defense.
Time: 7:30 - 8:30pm Location: KCC
(W) 9/17 - 9/24 $10 1707.305
(W) 10/1 - 10/29 $25 1707.306
(W) 11/5 - 11/19 $15 1707.307
(W) 12/3 - 12/17 $15 1707.308 Four pools indoors (open year-round):
Drop-in $10 per class • A 25-yard by 25-meter, L-shaped, six lane competition pool w/low
& high dives in the deep end.
• An activity pool for children, kept at 86˚F with water toys.
Mixed Martial Arts Beginner • A 92˚F warm pool, fully accessible, w/ramp, pool lift & stairs for
seniors, disabled & special programs.
Boot Camp • Two waterslides empty into the slide pool. These fully enclosed
Ages������������������������������������������������������ 13 & up slides are 20 feet high and 180 feet long creating a thrill ride for
people of all ages. Minimum height to ride the slide is 48 inches.
Instructors�����������������������������Chris Markoulis
This class will focus on basic strength and
Two outdoor pools (open April-October):
conditioning, kickboxing, wrestling and • A 25-yard competition pool in a spectacular setting with a view of
submission. Students will need tot furnish a Job’s Peak and the Sierra Nevada.
mouthpiece. • A separate small pool ideal for younger children and families.
Time: 6 - 7pm Location: KCC • Exercise Equipment: Two treadmills, lifecycle, life step,
(Th) On-going $10/per 1409.309 multi-station gym, free weights (3 - 40 lbs) & a PreCor EFX556
located in the multipurpose room. This equipment is available
during regular center hours for adult (18+) patrons.
Instructors�����������������������������Chris Markoulis 1600 Hwy 88
This group workshop focuses on training Minden, NV 89423
fundamentals, self-defense technique and
application. Open 7 Days a Week
Time: 7 - 8pm Location: KCC
(T) on-going $10/class 1707.301/304
*$36 for 4 classes, $68 for 8 classes
Teen/Adult Fitness
Yoga The Body Cycle Total Body Fitness
Ages������������������������������������������������������ 12 & up Ages�������������������������������������������������������� 12 - up Ages������������������������������������������������������ 13 & up
Instructor�������������������������������������� Kris Zehren Instructor����������������Andrea King, Andy Veris Instructor���������������������������������������Fran Gayer
Stretch yourself to a better night sleep, a ���������������������������������Sara Zander, Sue McCall Come spend a focused hour to improve your
healthier heart, and a happier outlook. This one- Would you like to improve mind and body entire body strength, endurance, balance and
hour class will increase awareness of the mind awareness? Spinning is a stationary bicycle flexibility. We will use light weights, stability
and body. We will move the body in various program paired with inspirational music. It is a balls and bands for our equipment. Bring a water
postures; observe the breath, body alignment, low impact activity that allows the students to bottle and towel.
concentration and meditation. All levels are control their own exercise intensity. It is ideal for Time: 9- 10:15am Location: KCC
welcome. Eat something light at least 1-hour individuals of all fitness levels. The use of heart (T/Th) Ongoing $10/drop-in* 1757.301/304
before class. In the summer months, watch for rate monitors keeps each individual within their *$32/4 classes, $56/8 classes
classes held outside in the gazebo. optimum exertion range. Most importantly, it is
Time: (T/F) 12:30 - 1:30pm Location: KCC incredibly fun!
Starts 9/30 $10/class* 1634.301 (T/Th) 9am  October - December
*Payable to the instructor, punch cards are (M/W/F) 6pm 1705.301/304
available. Drop-in $10 per class.Punch cards available*
*No class 9/24, 9/26 *4/$32, 8/$56, 20/$120

Pilates Fitness Incentive!

Ages�������������������������������������������������������� 13 - up Navigate the Nile
Instructor�������������������������Rose Marie Ottman Sail, swim or row your way down the longest
Introduction to the mat series of exercises based river in the world! Use our facility to work
on the teachings of Joseph Pilates. Gain strength, out and record your sessions as you Navigate
flexibility and improve your posture. Learn a the Nile! Sign up at the front counter anytime
special breathing technique to increase control
of your abdominal muscles. Improve mobility
after September 2nd. Jazzercise
Instructors���������������������������� Sherry Baiocchi,
in the spine and reduce back pain. Strengthen Ski Conditioning Classes ������������������������������������������ & Shannon Shearer
targeted muscle groups and improve athletic Ages���������������������������������������������������������Adults
performance. When you love your workout, results come
Instructors�������������������������������� Robin Barnes easy, especially with Jazzercise. Each 60-minute
Time: 10:15 - 11:30am Location: KCC Come and enjoy exercises, activities, and tech- class includes a warm-up, 30 minutes of aerobic
(T/Sa) Ongoing $10/class 1728.301/304 niques to get you ready for the upcoming ski segment, muscle toning and strengthening
Begins on-going $32/4 classes $56/8 classes season. These classes will take place both in- using weights and a full body stretch. With
Chisel’d doors and outdoors (weather permitting). This fresh choreography to music you love, this is a
Ages��������������������������������������������������������.Adults class incorporates strength training, flexibility program that’s anything but routine.
Instructor ����������������������������� Frank D’Angelo training, balance, agility and other appropriate (M/W/F/S) 9am ongoing Location: KCC
This class is an awesome strength training ski specific activities. This class may be taken Drop-in $8 per class payable to instructor
program utilizing light barbells and hand as a series or on a drop-in basis. Class meets in the gazebo before 9/15.
weights. This class improves muscular strength Time: TBA Location: KCC No class 10/31, 11/27
and endurance, fat burning metabolism and bone (TBA) ongoing 1766.310
density. The movements are easy to follow
Ultra Fit Workouts! Trail Trekkers
and can be adapted for the novice to advanced Join us for a one hour walk around our beautiful
Instructor��������������������������������������� Liz Higgins park and wooded trails. (Indoor walking track
participant. Great muscle and expert instruction
Maximize the quality of your workout while when weather is bad) Increase your energy level,
make this class a must to add to your training
minimizing the quantity of your time in the gym. sleep better and decrease the risk of heart disease
This 45 minute circuit class incorporates full by engaging in a regular walking program. Bring
Time: 7:10 - 8am or 12:10 - 1pm
body, compound and polymeric movements for comfortable shoes and carry water. Join us
(T/Th) $10/class*  Location: KCC whenever you can. Meet in the Lobby at Kahle
an intense workout. This is a fun, unconventional
*Punch cards: 4/$36 & 8/$64  1783/304 Community Center Wednesdays at 9am.
program for both aerobic and anaerobic
Begins 9/16
Personal Training Time: 6:15 - 7am Location: KCC Golf at Edgewood
Being part of a personal training (T/Th) Ongoing $10/class* 1708.301/304 Ages���������������������������������������������������������Adults
program can create lifelong healthy *$75 for 10 classes Instructor����������������������������������������� Ron Blum
habits and improve your overall well Zephyr Cove Tennis Club Experience Lake Tahoe’s premier golf course
being. Personal training is provided by South Lake’s only fully functioning, all age while you learn to play the game! Instructors
training professionals. Personal trainers tennis club with programs and events for will show you basic golf concepts including full
are available to design and supervise all ability levels. Available for Adult and Jr. swing, short games, putting and golf course rules
your exercise program. Prices vary. Lessons. Tennis Racket stringing. For more and etiquette.
Information is available at KCC front information, contact Head Pro Kyle Horvath, Time: 3 - 4:30pm Location: EGC
counter. USPTA at 775-901-0661 (T/Th) TBA $60  1719.301
Active Adult
Tahoe-Douglas AARP Driver Safety Course
Instructor����������������������������������������Irv Phillips
Senior Center (TDSC)
TDSC serves Douglas County’s senior population residing inside the Tahoe Basin. The Center AARP’s Driver Safety course (55 ALIVE) will be
is located at 885 Hwy 50, next to the fire station on the corner of Warrior Way and US 50, telephone: held from 8:30am to 5pm at Kahle Community
(775) 588-5140. It is unique among Nevada’s senior centers in that it is currently operated solely Center. The class is a refresher course for drivers
by volunteers, for which reason it is not open every day. Among the many services and activities age 55 and older with emphasis upon how age-
TDSC offers are: related changes affect driving. The purpose of
• Twice-weekly (Tuesdays and Saturdays) • Participation in an annual canned food the class is to help seniors continue to be safe
member socializing and handicraft activities drive drivers as long as possible. Those who complete
plus afternoon BINGO sessions beginning at for the needy. the course may be eligible for a discount on
1 p.m. their auto insurance. Pre-registration is required.
• Collection of “distressed” bakery items
• A monthly membership luncheon with from Round Hill Safeway for distribution to There is a $10 fee payable to the instructor at
speaker program (2nd Wednesday of each those in need thereof at the center on Saturday the class.
month) mornings. Time: 8:30am - 5pm Location: KCC
• Four casino/musical outings to Carson • Distribution of excess USDA food (Sa) 10/4 $10 1737.301
City each year, plus various other group commodities to those deemed eligible to
activities such as visits to Apple Hill and to receive same per USDA’s family income
other points of interest such as Thunderbird criteria (3rd Thursday of every other month).
Lodge, cruising Lake Tahoe aboard the MS
Dixie, etc., etc. TDSC supports many worthy causes through
monetary donations to organizations such
• Monday shopping trips and transport to as the Women’s Center, Christmas Cheer,
medical/ dental appointments for members Cancer League, and more, made possible by
aboard one of TDSC’s two vans operated by the sale of TDSC Auxiliary’s handicraft items.
volunteer member/drivers. TDSC’s annual membership fee is a nominal
$5 per person.

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1687 Hwy 395 Ste 4
Minden, NV 89423
(775) 783-9422

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Home Office – Madison, WI 53783

© 2006 AD-000916 – Rev. 8/06

Youth/Teen/Adult Sports
Youth Sports Organization “Open” Adult 5 on 5
The Douglas County Parks & Recreation
Department prepares and maintains practice Basketball league
and competitive fields used by the Youth Registration: Begins February 5th until Full
Sports Organizations. Questions regarding the (Register early – Limited space available)
sports sponsored by these organizations can be Entry Fee: $450 per team Location: KCC
answered by calling the following: Dates: Tentative Starts on 3/19 5009.310
AYSO Soccer��������������������
Youth Pop Warner Football
Games played between 5:30 - 8:30pm
Divisions Offered
Basketball League ��������������������� Tuesday Night and Thursday night
Grades���������������������������������������� 3 - 6 (co-ed) Little League Baseball
Minimum 7 games and season ending single
StaffRecreation Staff & Volunteer Coaches ������������������������������
Youth Ice Hockey������������������� elimination tournament. Completed rosters are
This basketball league is offered for beginning due at the first game. No Exceptions.
to advanced players and will emphasize Middle School
skill development and fun competition. All
participants will be assigned to a team Basketball League “30 & Over” Adult 5 on 5
through a draft system. . Games will be Grades��������������������������������������������7 - 8 (co-ed)
Staff������������������������������������Recreation Staff &
Basketball league
played Tuesday or Thursday evenings at Kahle Registration: Begins November 5th until Full
Community Center. Teams will be practicing Volunteer Coaches
(Register early – Only taking 6 teams)
at least one time during the week throughout This basketball league is offered for beginning Entry Fee: $570 per team Location: KCC
the league. to advanced players and will emphasize
Dates: Season Starts on 12/1
Dates: Mid-November (practice) skill development and fun competition. All
participants will be assigned to a team (M) 7 - 9pm  5009.311
December - February (games) Minimum 10 games and season ending single
through a draft system. Games will be played
Time: Game time between 5:30 & 7:30pm elimination tournament. Completed rosters are
Wednesday evenings and maybe some Mondays
Registration: Begins 9/18 until full at Kahle Community Center. Teams will be due at the first game. No Exceptions.
Leagues practicing at least one time during the week
(T) 3rd & 4th Grade  5020.301 throughout the league.
Cost $65 Cost: $75  5020.303
It’s your turn to Play!
(includes team t-shirt & awards) (includes team t-shirt & awards, 2 officials) Adult Sports
(Th) 5th - 6th Grade 5020.302 Dates: Mid-December (practice)
Ages������������������������������������������������������ 18 & up
Cost $65 January - March (games)
(includes team t-shirt & awards) Time: Game time between 5:30 & 7:30pm So your vertical isn’t what it used to be? But
Each division is limited to a certain number (Wednesdays & possibly Mondays) you know you’ve still got the moves. Enjoy
of participants. Register early to avoid Registration: Begins 10/16 until full the game in an informal atmosphere. Players
division filling up. A parent permission slip This division is limited to a certain number of of various skill levels are welcome to join in.
needs to be filled out at time of registration. participants. Register early to avoid division All participants must be a pass holder to the
Requests for teams or coaches will not be filling up. A parent permission slip needs to be Community Center or pay the $6 drop-in fee.
granted. filled out at time of registration. Requests for
Player’s must rotate in if more than 2 teams are
teams or coaches will not be granted.
Youth Basketball Draft formed.
Volunteer Coaches & Team Sponsors
Due to the increasing size of the Youth Our Short Shooters, Youth Basketball and Time: 12 - 1:30pm & 7 - 9:30pm
Basketball Program for grades 3 to 8, Middle School Basketball are in search of
(T/Th) Continuous Location: KCC
DCPR has adopted a draft system for volunteer coaches. Without volunteer coaches
this program is not possible. If you are unable (Sa) 12 - 2pm (half court only)
player placement on teams. Coaches will be Volleyball
to coach but would like to help out with these
required to attend a paper draft at a future programs, the Recreation Division is looking for Time: 7 - 9:30pm
date. Parents will not be able to request a team sponsors. If you are interested in helping (W) Continuous Location: KCC
coach or request that children be placed out, please contact Kahle Community Center at Please check monthly schedule for any
together on teams. (775) 586-7271. schedule change or planned programs.

Global Gear Drive

Help support recreation and sports around the world! We
are collecting balls, baseball mitts, bats, sports uniforms and
shoes in good condition to assist the National Alliance for Youth
Sports Initiative. This non profit organization provides sports
equipment and programs to children throughout the world.
Drop off at Kahle Community center’s front counter and
receive a free water bottle or sports drink as a thank you!
Kahle Community Center

Indoor Playground and Facility Rental

Games at KCC Looking for a place for meetings, parties,
Air hockey, foosball, video games and more! or a wedding reception?
Children 9 years and under are free and must be Look no further. Kahle Community Center offers meeting rooms, a multipurpose gym
accompanied by a paid parent or guardian. and a kitchen for rent. Rooms can accommodate 50-500 people. Audiovisual equip-
ment is also available. For reservation information call 775-586-7271.

Whether you are in town for a day or a year-round resident, we welcome you to our first class community center.
Gymnasium, Fitness Area, Indoor Walking/Jogging Track, Indoor Playground, Snack Bar, Classes, Facility Rentals

Kahle Community Center ~ The “Center” of the Community

Various fees for Kids Club, drop-in classes, dance & exercise programs, contracted classes, sport leagues and other programmed activities in
the facility.
Paid Daily Walk - In Guests and Pass holders are entitled to use of the gymnasium, weight room, jogging track and gym restrooms. Use of
the gym, weight room, jogging track and rock wall is only available during normal hours of operation and when the designated areas are not
being utilized for scheduled Department programs or reserved activities and events.
Annual Pass may be paid in full or by an Auto-Debit system. With the Auto-Debit system, the first quarter installment is paid at the facility
when the pass is purchased, with the remaining balance automatically deducted from a checking account for the next consecutive 3 months.
A $1.50 charge will be added to each installment for annual pass holders utilizing the auto-debit system.
All pass holders are required to carry the Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department Photo Identification Card as the facility operates
on a bar code system. There is no charge for the first card provided.

Recreation Center Hours Kahle Community Center

Seasonal Closures
During inclement weather, announcements
about building closures, late openings or
Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday cancellation of leagues or classes will be made
6am - 9pm 8am - 6pm Closed on KRLT (93.9FM) and KTHO (590 AM)

Holiday Closures
Category Age Daily Walk-in 30-Day Pass 90-Day Pass Annual Pass
August 28 - 30 Facility maintenance
September 1 Labor Day
Child 9 & under* $0 $0 $0 $0 October 31 Nevada Day
Youth 10 - 17 $3 $15 $32 $69
Student Pass 18-24 $6 $32 $73 $199 November 11 Veterans Day
Adult 18+ $6 $42 $99 $199 November 27 & 28 Thanksgiving
Senior 55+ $6 $32 $73 $169 December 25 Christmas
Disabled Veteran $0 $0 $0 $0
We strive to keep closures to a minimum. Other
closures may exist due to safety issues, building
*Free with paid adult rentals and inclement weather.
General Information 23
Satisfaction Guarantee Become a V.I.P.!
Volunteer in Parks and Recreation
Together, we can
The Douglas County Parks and Recreation
Department is constantly striving to provide
Did you know? In the early 1900’s, most
build a better
you with the highest quality recreation activi-
ties, events, and programs. We are confident Parks and Recreation program planning and
implementation were done solely by volun-
that you will enjoy these programs, and we
will back up commitment to provide high teers who were simply believers in the values
of planned recreation. As a Volunteer you can Your friends and neighbors have gener-
quality services. ously donated monies, supplies and time to
help fill a need, share a skill and provide dedi-
Your suggestions, comments or ideas for im- cation, community involvement, a fresh out- enhance our Parks & Recreation Services.
provements are appreciated. They will help look and new enthusiasm to Parks and Recre- Your donation can help provide the fol-
us do the best job possible. ation programs. You’ll serve as a special link
between the community and the Recreation lowing items that we need:
If you are not completely satisfied, tell us and Department. Parks and Recreation depends
we will arrange for you to: on volunteers to support staff projects and pro- Sponsorship for Youths & Teens -
vide improved county services to all citizens. Ribbons for Fun Runs - Sod for fields -
1. Repeat the class at NO charge -or- If you would like more information on how
you can help, call us at 782-9828 or 586-7271, Preschool supplies - Build Playgrounds
2. Receive full credit that can be applied to or stop by our office. - Park benches - Food & paper
any other program -or- products for special events - Trees &
Parks and shrubs - Field Lighting - Printing
3. Receive all of your money back. Recreation Commission Roping chutes - Sports equipment
Satisfaction guarantee requests may be made The Parks & Recreation Commission
in person or by calling us at 782-9828. Re-
quests should be made within 5 working days serves as an advisory board for the Parks &
after the first class meeting. Refund checks Recreation Department. Monthly meetings
will be mailed within two (2) weeks. are held, rotating between Lake and Valley
locations. Meetings are held the first Tues-
Please note that due to the nature of the ac- day of each month at 6:00pm.
tivities, sports leagues, facility rentals, and
Kahle Daily Walk-In fees, 30-Day Pass fees Call the department at 782-9828 for more
and 90-Day Pass fees are not eligible for information or for a copy of the meeting
these refund provisions. agenda.

Mission Statement
To continue to create and preserve quality parks and recreation op-
portunities, serving people of all ages and interests, that positively Try the
affect the community and enrich life. CLIMBING WALL
at Kahle
Community Center
24 How To Register
Enrollment is Easy!
Advance registration recommended.
Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department Customer Service Locations
Administration Office (Lampe Park Office) Kahle Community Center
1327 Waterloo Lane 236 Kingsbury Grade
Gardnerville, NV 89410 Stateline, NV 89449
Phone - 782-9828 Fax - 782-9844 Phone - 586-7271 Fax - 586-7273

drop-off fax or phone

Payments can be dropped off
Lampe Park office
after hours at: Register by phone using a M/C or Visa by calling
782-9828 or by fax at 782-9844.
Lampe Park office
in the night drop box by the front door. Kahle Community Center
Register by phone using a M/C or Visa by calling
586-7271 or by fax at 586-7273.

walk-in mail-in
Registration Registration
Lampe Park office Douglas County Parks & Recreation Department
Registration accepted P.O. Box 218, Minden, NV 89423
Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm or
or Kahle Community Center
P.O. Box 5040, Stateline, NV 89449
Kahle Community Center Make checks payable to (DCPRD) Douglas County
Monday through Friday 7 am to 10pm, Parks & Recreation Department. Send payment
Saturday 8am to 8pm or Sunday 11am to 4pm with name of enrollee, program title and code.

General refund
policY policy
1. No registration will be accepted by instructors. Full credit will be given for
2. The Department has the right to cancel classes. cancellation prior to the activity.
3. Classes may be cancelled if under A $5 processing fee will be charged if you request a
minimum enrollment. refund prior to the activity.
4. All Registrations are accepted on a first-come, 100% refund if the department cancels.
first-serve basis. Refunds take approximately two weeks to receive.

Participation in Parks & Recreation Department programs is at Your Own Risk

Space is limited in most programs • Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

All-Day Adult (Age 12 & Over)���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������


Social Services����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $1.00
Student I.D. Discount����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $1.00
775-783-6456 Children 11 and under ride free with an adult. *Suggested Donation No bus service on weekends or holidays.
Vista Vista Waterloo
Carson Grande/ Grande/ Stephanie Johnson Westwood Senior Tillman & Topaz
Departing Wal-mart Wal-mart Target Library CVI Center Bentley Smith’s Skateboard TRE
Valley Plaza Mica Plymouth & Vicky Lane Store Park Kimmerling Lodge
Walmart to Topaz Lodge

Southbound Service

Minden - Gardnerville - Ranchos 6:10 am - - 6:15 am - 6:25 am on call - - 6:35 am - - - - - - -

Minden - Gardnerville - Topaz 8:10 am 8:15 am 8:25 am 8:30 am 8:35 am - on call 9:05 am 9:10 am 9:15 am 9:20 am - 9:25 am 9:30 am - - 10:00 am

Minden - Gardnerville - Ranchos 10:05 am - 10:10 am 10:15 am - 10:25 am - - - 10:40 am - - 10:50 am 10:55 am 11:05 am - -

Minden - Gardnerville - Ranchos 11:45 am 11:50 am 11:55 am 12:00 pm - 12:10 pm on call 12:20 pm 12:25 pm 12:30 pm - - 12:40 pm 12:55 pm 1:40 pm - -

Minden - Gardnerville - Ranchos 1:40 pm 1:45 pm 1:50 pm 1:55 pm 2:00 pm 2:10 pm on call 2:20 pm 2:25 pm 2:30 pm - - 2:40 pm 2:50 m 3:10 pm - -

Minden - Gardnerville - Topaz 3:35 pm 3:40 pm 3:45 pm 3:50 pm - 4:00 pm on call - 4:10 pm 4:15 pm - on call 4:25 pm - - - 4:50 pm

Minden - Gardnerville - Ranchos 4:05 pm 4:10 pm - - - 4:20 pm - - - 4:25 pm - on call 4:35 pm 4:40 pm 4:45 pm - -
last stop
Old Walmart 5:25 pm -
5:30 pm 5:35 pm 5:40 pm 5:45 pm - on call on call - - 6:10 pm - - 6:15 pm 6:20 pm *6:25 pm *6:55 pm
Minden - Gardnerville - Ranchos

Waterloo Vista Vista Carson

Topaz Lodge to Walmart*

Topaz Tillman & Senior Westwood Stephanie Johnson

Northbound Service

TRE Holbrook Ruhenstroth Washoe Skateboard Smith’s Bentley CVI Library Grande/ Grande/ Target Valley Wal-mart
Lodge Kimmerling Center Park & Vicky Lane Store Plymouth Mica Plaza

6:20 am 6:30 am 6:35 am - - 7:00 am - - - 7:20 am 7:25 am - - 7:45 am - - 7:55 am - - 8:00 am

- - - - - 9:00 am 9:10 am 9:15 am - - 9:25 am - - 9:40 am - - 9:45 am - - 9:55 am

- - - - - 10:10 am 10:25 am 10:30 am - - 10:40 am 10:45 am - 10:55 am on call - 11:10 am 11:15 am 11:20 am 11:25 am

10:40 am - 11:00 am 11:15 am 11:25 am 11:35 pm 11:45 am 11:50 am 11:55 am - 12:10 pm 12:15 pm 12:20 pm 12:35 pm - 12:45 pm 12:50 pm 12:55 pm 1:00 pm 1:10 pm

- - - - - - - - 2:00 pm - 2:20 pm 2:25 pm - 2:40 pm - - 2:50 pm 2:55 pm - 3:15 pm

- - - - - 3:15 pm 3:15 pm 3:20 pm - 3:35 pm 3:40 pm - - - - - 3:55 pm 4:00 pm - 4:00 pm

5:00 pm - - - - - - - 5:30 pm - - - - - - - - - -
last stop Smith's

*NOTE the last bus going to North to Carson area departs Smiths at 3:20 pm and Carson Valley Inn at 3:40 pm

KINGSBURY ROUTE – Daily Schedule Round-trip ticket: $5 (Exact change required) • 10-ride pass: $22 (Savings $3 per pass) •  1-month pass:  $90 (Savings $10 per month)
Direct Service between Carson Valley and South Lake Tahoe  3-month pass:  $260 (Savings $13 per month) • When transferring from BlueGO or DART: $3
6:00 AM to 9:00 AM and 3:30 PM to 7:30 PM • Daily Kingsbury Express tickets and passes may be used for same-day transfers to BlueGO fixed routes:  FREE
Guaranteed Ride Home mid-day in emergencies: $10 (You must a) be a holder of a current Kingsbury Express ticket or pass and b) firstbe cleared by your supervisor or human resources officer who will contact dispatcher.
WESTBOUND  •  From Lampe Park, Gardnerville, Nevada to Stateline Transit Center, California EASTBOUND  • From Stateline Transit Center, California to Lampe Park, Gardnerville, Nevada
Stop Stop Time Time Time Time Time Time Time Time Stop Stop Time Time Time Time Time Time Time Time Time
Depart Skatepark, Depart Stateline
K-1 Waterloo Lane, across from
Lampe Park, Gardnerville
6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 3:30 4:30 6:30 7:30 117 Transit Center 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30
Foothill Park & Ride / Harrah's
K-2 Carson Valley 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 3:40 4:40 6:40 7:40 109 South Parking
Lot Entrance
6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 3:35 4:35 5:35 6:35 7:35
Scotty's Hardware / Montbleu
K-3 Lower Kingsbury 6:35 7:35 8:35 9:35 4:05 5:05 7:05 8:05 110 Side Entrance 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 3:40 4:40 5:40 6:40 7:40
107 Lakeside Inn
East Entrance 6:40 7:40 8:40 9:40 4:10 5:10 7:10 8:10 107 Lakeside Inn
East Entrance 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 3:45 4:45 5:45 6:45 7:45
Mott Canyon Tavern /
111 Horzion Main Entrance 6:45 7:45 8:45 9:45 4:15 5:15 7:15 8:15 K-4 Lower Kingsbury 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 3:50 4:50 5:50 6:50 7:50
Foothill Park & Ride /
73 Harvey's Bus Center 6:50 7:50 8:50 9:50 4:20 5:20 7:20 8:20 K-2 Carson Valley 6:45 7:45 8:45 9:45 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15
Arrive Skateboard Park,
117 Arrive Stateline
Transit Center 6:55 7:55 8:55 9:55 4:25 5:25 7:25 8:25 K-1 Waterloo Lane, across from
Lampe Park, Gardnerville
6:55 7:55 8:55 9:55 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25
$1.75 One Way • $3.00 All Day Pass • $3.00 One Way Flex Route
Flex Route $.50 Special Needs/Seniors (62+) •  $1.50 Senior Day Pass • $15.00 10 Ride Pass • $50.00 Monthly Pass
Fares: Time tables shown are approximate & not guaranteed. Passengers should allow extra time for delays.
“Flex” route deviations providing door-to-door service within 1/2 mile of the regular route.
Call (530) 541-7149 for more information. • Nevada Flex Route In Service 7:15am - 7:15pm Daily
Eastbound Service • Stateline to Marla Bay Westbound Service • Zephyr Cove to Harvey’s
Stop # Stop Location Time Stop # Stop Location Time
117.............Stateline Transit Station�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :15 143............Zephyr Cove Resort������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ :45
109............Harrah’s East Retail Entrance����������������������������������������������������������������������������� :18 144............Pinewild Properties - Marla Bay����������������������������������������������������������������������� :48
110.............Mont Bleu Side Entrance������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ :23 141............Round Hill Shopping Center���������������������������������������������������������������������������� :51
138............Lake Vista Apartments���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :25 179............Resort at Southshore����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :53
139............Kingsbury 7-11 Store������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ :27 137 ...........Tahoe Shores/Lake Park Apts.�������������������������������������������������������������������������� :56
107............Lakeside Inn & Casino��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :29 107............Lakeside Inn & Casino������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :57
137............Tahoe Shores/Lake Park Apts.���������������������������������������������������������������������������� :31 138 ...........Lake Vista Apartments�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :00
179............Resort at Southshore������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :34 139 ...........Kingsbury 7-11 Store���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :02
141............Round Hill Square Shopping Center������������������������������������������������������������������ :36 111.............Horizon Casino Resort�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :05
142............Pinecone Resort - Marla Bay������������������������������������������������������������������������������ :39 73.............Harvey’s Resort & Casino�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� :08

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