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City of Longmont
Fall 2011 Brochure For Aug - Dec 2011
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n LONGMONT CITY COUNCIL
Mayor Bryan Baum
Brian Hansen
Alex Sammoury
Katie Witt
Sarah Levison
Sean McCoy
Gabe Santos
COMMUNITY SERVICES
Director of Community Services Karen Roney
Recreation Manager Jeff Friesner
PARKS & RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD
Sharon O’Leary Greg Braun
Kelly Dirks Doug Golliher
Matthew Linden Jim Wardell
Alicia Howell
Sean McCoy, City Council Liaison
SENIOR CITIZENS ADVISORY BOARD
Julie Burrows Maureen Denig
Maurine Glidewell Marietta Gonzales
Sue Heinritz Joan Heckman
Arlene Poplewko Fay Reynolds
Alex Sammoury, City Council Liaison
MUSEUM ADVISORY BOARD
Camilla Beck Briggs Mark Clevenger
Oli Olivas Duncan Richard Luke
Al Milligan Rosslyn Scamehorn
Donna Wetzbarger
Glendora Shaffer, Chair
Bryan Bowles, Vice Chair
Sean McCoy, City Council Liaison
LIBRARY ADVISORY BOARD
Marcia Allen Nancy Carter
Paula Etrick Genny Michael
Joan Peck
Katie Witt, City Council Liaison
*Board Membership as of July 12, 2011
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Hearing Impaired TDD#................................... 1-800-659-3656
Longmont Public Library 409 4th Ave. ................ 303-651-8470
Longmont City Source ........................................ 303-774-4370
Parks 7 So. Sunset St. ................................................ 303-651-8446
Senior Center 910 Longs Peak Ave. ........................ 303-651-8411
Union Reservoir 0461 WCR 26 ............................... 303-772-1265
Youth Services 1050 Lashley Street ......................... 303-651-8580
Longmont Museum
& Cultural Center 400 Quail Road ......................... 303-651-8374
SEASONAL FACILITIES:
Longmont Ice Pavilion, 725 8th Ave. - Seasonal 303-774-4777
Sunset Pool, 1900 Longs Peak Ave. - Seasonal 303-651-8300
Roosevelt Activity Pool, 903 8th Ave - Seasonal 303-774-4455
Kanemoto Activity Pool, 1151 S Pratt Pky - Seasonal 303-651-6934
GOLF COURSES:
Sunset 1900 Longs Peak Ave. ................................... 303-651-8466
Twin Peaks 1200 Cornell Drive .................................. 303-651-8401
Ute Creek 2000 Ute Creek Drive ............................... 303-774-4342
Longmont Recreation Center St. Vrain Memorial Building Centennial Pool
303.774.4800 | 303.651.8404 | 303.651.8406
1. ON-LINE
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec
*Click on Register On-line and follow
the instructions
2. PHONE
St. Vrain Memorial Building 303-651-8404
Centennial Pool 303-651-8406
Longmont Recreation Center 303-774-4800
3. WALK-IN
During regular building hours
º St. Vrain Memorial Building
700 Longs Peak Avenue
º Centennial Pool - 1201 Alpine Street
s,ONGMONT2ECREATION#ENTER - 310 Quail Road
Important Information
º Fu|| payment is due at registration.
º $5 service charge wi|| be assessed when a
cancellation is requested.
º Sorry, refunds cannot be given in cash.
A check will be issued and mailed within 2 weeks.
º $20 charge on a|| returned checks.
º A resident is deñned as |iving within the City
limits of Longmont and having utilities (trash
service) provided by the City of Longmont.
º C|asses may be cance||ed or conso|idated
if minimum enro||ment ñgures are not met
3 business days before a class starts.
Participants will then be contacted.
REGISTER FOR CLASSES BEGINNING AUGUST 16, 2011
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Daily Drop-In
(per person) Resident Non-Res
Tot Under 2 years Free Free
Child 2-10 years $3.25 $3.75
Youth 11-17 years $3.50 $4.50
Adult 18-54 years $4.50 $5.75
Senior 55 and up $3.50 $4.50
Designated Family Swims $10.00 $12.50
Daily drop-in fees are good for same day entry into all sites with valid receipt
20 Visit Pass
Valid at all facilities - Does not expire
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil
Child 2-10 years $63.00 $78.75 N/A
Youth11-17 years $63.00 $78.75 N/A
Adult 18-54 years $63.00 $78.75 $56.75
Senior 55 and up $63.00 $78.75 N/A
20 visit passes may be shared with friends and family.
Must have card present when checking in.
Quarterly
Valid at indoor facilities only. Expires after 3 months
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil
Child 2-10 years $36.00 $45.00 N/A
Youth11-17 years $51.00 $63.75 N/A
Adult 18-54 years $90.00 $112.50 $72.00
Senior 55 and up $51.00 $63.75 $41.00
Family $165.00 $206.25 $147.00
Couple $150.00 $187.50 $132.00
College Student $72.00 $90.00 N/A
College students must present a valid college picture ID.
Family pass: The family rate is for 2 adults,their children
(22 & under) living at home and on their taxes.
Annual
All facilities included. Expires 1 year from date of purchase
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil
Child 2-10 years $130.00 $162.50 N/A
Youth 11-17 years $185.00 $231.25 N/A
Adult 18-54 years $325.00 $406.25 $260.00
Senior 55 and up $185.00 $231.25 $148.00
Family $600.00 $750.00 $535.00
Couple $540.00 $675.00 $475.00
The benefts of an annual pass: Admittance to all indoor year-round
facilities. Admittance to seasonal outdoor facilities (Ice Pavilion, Sunset
& Activity Pools). Free towels at LRC. Free Babysitting at LRC for Family
Annual Passholders. Free skate rental at Ice Pavilion.
Auto Pay Annual Pass
Monthly credit card charge only.
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil
Child 2-10 years $12.00 $15.00 N/A
Youth 11-17 years $17.00 $21.25 N/A
Adult 18-54 years $29.75 $37.25 $26.75
Senior 55 and up $17.00 $21.25 $15.50
Family $55.00 $68.75 $52.00
Couple $49.50 $62.00 $46.50
Forms to cancel autopay must be received by the 15th of the month prior
to stopping; no proration. Any overdraft fees responsibility of card-holder.
Prescheduled Group Rate
(10+ people) Valid only at Longmont Recreational Center,
the St Vrain Memorial Building, Centennial Pool & Sunset
pool. A name, phone number and number of people ex-
pected is required to pre-schedule at a facility. No deposit
necessary. 24 hr advance notice required. Fee is per person.
Resident Non-Res
Child/Youth 2-17 years $3.00 $3.75
Adult 18-54 years $4.00 $5.00
Senior 55 and up $3.00 $3.75
Ice Rink Skating Passes
Resident Non-Res
Child 2-5 years $40.00 $50.00
Youth 6-17 years $54.00 $68.00
Adult 18-54 years $65.00 $81.00
Senior 55 and up $54.00 $68.00
Family $152.00 $190.00
Couple $110.00 $137.00
Ice Pass includes free skate rental.
Ice Rink General Admission
Resident Non-Res
Tot (Under 2 years) Free Free
Child 2-5 years $4.50 $5.50
Youth 6-17 years $5.00 $6.00
Adult 18-54 years $5.50 $6.50
Senior 55 and up $5.00 $6.00
Skate Rental $3.00
Skate Sharpening $6.00
TAble oF ConTenTS
1 Facility Fees
2 Special Events
3 Recreation Center
4 St. Vrain Memorial Building
5 Longmont Ice Pavilion
8 Outdoor Pools
9 Centennial Pool
10 Aquatic Programs
13 Swim Lessons
16 Athletics-Youth
18 Athletics-Adult
19 Fitness Classes
22 Fitness & Wellness
26 Dance
28 Therapeutic
29 Preschool
32 Youth/Teen
37 Adult
45 Senior Services
46 Museum
47 Library
48 Golf/Union Reservoir
See our Spanish website
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec-sp
(Note: different fees for Ice Rink)
Admittance Fees
(All fees subject the change. Resident is defned as within Longmont city limits.)
Customer
Commitment!
Your satisfaction
is our priority!
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August
end of Summer Dog Swims
All friendly dogs are welcome; balls and bags will be
provided. No people swimming and thank you for picking
up after your pooch!
Fee: $3 per dog. Recreation passes are not valid.
Dates: Aug 23, Tues, 4-7pm at Kanemoto
Activity Pool, 1151 S. Pratt Pkwy
Aug 24, Wed, 4-7pm at Roosevelt
Activity Pool, 903 8th Ave
Kinetics Sculpture Race
Aug 27, Sat, 9am-2pm at Union Reservoir
Come watch human powered vehicles navigate on land
and water. Live music, food and family entertainment are
all part of this fun event. Visit kineticists.org
September
Taste of Therapy
Wellness Fairs
Don’t miss the opportunity to try
a variety of alternative wellness
options. Try massage, acupuncture,
energy work and more for only
$5 per 15 minute hands on demonstration.
(Please bring small bills to pay the practitioners).
Appointments at the fair are taken on a frst come
basis and spaces do fll quickly. Doors open at 9:45 am.
Day/Time: Saturday, 10am-1pm;
Dates: Sept 10, Oct 8, Nov 12
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S. Sunset
October
35th Annual Halloween Parade
Oct 29, Sat, 10am
Roosevelt Park • 700 Longs Peak Ave
Line up at 9:30am • Parade starts at 10am
View parade map online beginning October 1 (www.
ci.longmont.co.us/rec/special). Strollers or wagons
are recommended for tiny feet; no motorized kids
vehicles. Pets must be leashed. Kids of all ages can
be a part of this costume foot parade – no registration
required! Dress up in your Halloween costume and visit
Downtown participating merchants for Trick or Treat
Street immediately following the parade. For more
information call Recreation Services at 303-651-8404.
Free community event.
November
37th longmont Turkey Trot
Nov 12, Sat, 9am
Choose from a 10K and a 2 mile run/walk. Join us for
our 2nd year at Altona Middle School, 4600 Clover Basin
Dr. for our fast, fat courses! Register on active.com, or
download a registration form from the City of Longmont’s
website. Forms will be available in September. Thanks
to Outback Steakhouse and Natural Grocers by Vitamin
Cottage for being 2011 sponsors!
December
longmont lights
(Free Community Event)
Friday,December 9,
Roosevelt Park
Activities Include:
5-8pm
• Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
• Fire Pits with Carolers & Sing-a-longs
• Hot Cocoa Carts @ Fire Pits
• Skating Show @ the Ice Pavilion at 6:30pm
(free admission for the show), free public skate
after the show until 9pm
• Santa’s Workshop at the St Vrain Memorial Building
• Thousands of lights around the park to enjoy
• Sounds of the Holiday at the Senior Center, 6:30-8pm
• Night Parachute Drop at 8pm
December 10, Saturday, Roosevelt Park
(Streets close for parade line up around Roosevelt Park at 3pm)
Activities Include:
5-8pm
• Parade begins at 5pm on Coffman St and Longs Peak
• Fireworks at 6:30pm in Roosevelt Park
• Fire Pits with Carolers & Sing-a-longs
• Hot Cocoa Carts @ Fire Pits
• Ice Skating @ the Ice Pavilion ($)
• Thousands of lights around the park to enjoy
leD lighting – Saves You $
Longmont Power and Communications wants to remind
customers that using LED decorative lights can be a key
part of saving money and energy at the holidays. While
traditional incandescent holiday light bulbs use 6 watts
per bulb, LED holiday lights generally use .08 watts -- a
substantial energy reduction. And LED holiday save money
as well. A typical strand of 50 lights can cost up to $4.50 to
run for the entire season. While a strand of LED lights cost
less than 6 cents. When you multiply this by the entire
number of strands used, the savings truly add up. For
more information visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/lpc.
January
Winter Sprinter -
Swim Meet for Adults!
Sunday, Jan 29, 2011
$20 pre-register /$25
day of event
Swimming distances will
range from 50 to 500 yards
in freestyle, back, breast-stroke,
butterfy and individual medley.
To register - pick up a registration
form at Centennial Pool in November
or download from www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec.
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longmont Recreation Center
310 Quail Road • 303-774-4800
Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 5:00am-10:00pm
Sat & Sun 7:00am-6:00pm
Holiday Hours:
Sept 5, 10am-4pm | Dec 24 & Dec 31, 7am-3pm
Closed: Nov 24 (Thanksgiving) & Dec 25 (Christmas)
Facility Maintenance Closure: Aug 28 - Sept 4
Pool HouRS
Lap Pool:
Mon-Fri 5:00am - 9:30pm
Sat/Sun 7:00am - 5:30pm
Leisure Pool:
(slides open at 10am daily*)
Mon-Fri* 9:00am-9:30pm
Sat/Sun 9:00am-5:30pm
*No slides/water features on during
swim lessons. Check lesson schedule
for class times.
bAbYSITTInG
InFoRMATIon
Parent/guardian must be in the facility.
Ages: 6 mo - 7 yrs.
Mon-Fri 8:00am-1:30pm
Mon-Thurs 4:00pm-8:00pm
Saturday 8:00am-1:00pm
Sunday 8:30am-1:00pm
Hours subject to change
Rates:
$2/hr Min 1/2 hour, Max 2 hrs
$40 for 20 hour passcard.
Included w/Family Annual Pass
ClIMbInG WAll
Mon-Fri 4:30pm-9:00pm
Sat/Sun 10:00am-5:00pm
Private Instruction Available
Participants must sign a waiver. Those under
18 must have the waiver signed by a parent/
guardian. Those under 8 years must climb
with parent/guardian present. Closed toe
climbing shoes or tennis shoes required. No
minimum age. Must safely ft into city harness
(instructor discretion). Wall may be closed
during class times.
CAFe
Mon-Fri 4:30pm-7:30pm
Sat/Sun 11:00am-5:45pm
Vending machines also available
during the day.
Skate Park
Behind the Recreation Center
Hours: Daily - Sunrise to Sunset (Weather Permitting)
Rules: Please be respectful of the park, other users, and the neighbors.
Skate at your own risk.
birthday Party Packages
Rent an hour of room time for your child’s next birthday party! Rental fee includes entry
for up to 10 people, adults included. The group rate per person will be applied for up to 20
people. Fee is due at time of booking. Cancellation Fee is $5.00 if you cancel 7 days prior
to your event. If you cancel less than 7 days prior, you will receive half your rental fee minus
the $5.00 cancellation fee.
Room rental includes tables and chairs along with pool, gym and climbing wall use before
and/or after the room rental. If you would prefer to have a dedicated hour of climbing wall
time for your group, there is an additional charge of $25.00 an hour for every 10 children.
Climbing wall birthday party reservations are not available during climbing class and/or
open climbing wall times. Climbing Wall Party Packet Information must be completed
and turned in on party day. All parents must sign the climbing wall waiver.
Fee: $60
Call 303-774-4800 for available times or more information.
Large Group Rentals - In order to insure that your group will be able to use the facility
- we request any group larger than 25 people to please call and reserve the time that you
will be attending. Our pool, gym and rooms have maximum capacity numbers which
cannot be exceeded. Therefore, if you were to bring a large group to go swimming we
cannot guarantee your entrance if we are full without prior arrangements. Thank You.
FACIlITY RuleS
1. A responsible adult (parent or guardian
14 years and older) must be in the facility
with children 10 years of age and under.
Responsible adult must accompany and
stay involved in the water/facility with all
children ages 5 and under.
2. A parent must be in the spa, sauna,
or steam room with children ages 6 – 13.
Children under 6 years of age are not
allowed in the steam room or sauna.
3. Youth must be 16 years or older to use
the weight room and ftness area. Youth
ages 14 and 15 may be permitted to use
these areas with a parent present, or upon
successful completion of a weight room
orientation. Appropriate athletic apparel
is required.
4. A responsible adult (parent or guardian
18 and older) must be on the track with
youth under 14.
5. The Recreation Center is not responsible
for any articles lost or stolen. Lockers
are available on a daily use basis. We
encourage you to lock up your belongings
and leave your valuables at home. Locks
are available for purchase.
6. The Longmont Recreation Center is a
public, family oriented facility. Profane
language and/or abuse of people or
equipment will not be tolerated. Offenders
will be asked to leave.
7. Please report immediately any
suspicious behavior or equipment abuse
to the front desk.
8. No cotton clothing in pool.
• Running track (11 1/2 laps = 1 mile)
• Weight room with free weights
and selectorized machines
• Cardio equipment and aerobics
room
• Multi-court gymnasium
• Climbing wall
• Classroom/Party room & game
room
• Lap Pool (6 lanes, 25 yards)
• Leisure Pool with waterslides,
lazy river, and interactive play
features
• Cafe and babysitting
• Steam and dry sauna, spa
A one-stop recreation facility offering:
St Vrain Memorial building Party Packages
Book your party today! Call the St Vrain Memorial Building at (303) 651-8404
or e-mail to check availability and reserve your party.
$110 for 1.5 hours for 12 children,
$8 each additional child. Food, beverages,
tableware and decorations provided by parents.
Party Host(ess) to lead and facilitate partygoer fun!
Party Format: 1/2 hour set up time for parents. 1 hour
of entertainment and fun. 1/2 hour for cake and presents
Ages 1 to 3 years
Baby & Me Party
Enjoy an activity area set up for
parents to play with their toddlers.
Itty Bitty City
A gym full of age-appropriate toys
and activities.
Ages 6 to 14
Sword Games
Enjoy sword dueling skills and
games in an exciting atmostphere.
Sports Theme Party
A larger party maximum, 28 youth,
make the sports theme party rock for
the entire class. Enjoy gym activities
and sports.
Ages 3 to 6 years
Dance Imagination Party
Drama, music, dance and play
combine in this exploration of the
world of fairy tales and storytelling.
For specifc themes, refer to web or
call (303) 651-8404.
Itty Bitty City
A gym full of age-appropriate toys
and activities.
Tumbling Party
Games, gymnastic mats, tumbling
activities and fun!
“Your Theme” Party
Plan a party as unique as your child.
Customizable themes available.
Includes a party host to help bring
your idea to life!
Did you know that the St Vrain Memorial building
is home to:
• Tumbling Classes
• Fitness Classes
• Camps
• Small Wonders
Licensed
Pre-School
Call the St Vrain Memorial Building at (303) 651-8404 to check schedule
availability and to reserve your date. Full payment is required upon booking.
More Party Packages available - visit online for details.
building/Weight Room Hours
Monday-Friday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Hours: Closed Sept 5,
Nov 24, Dec 24 & 31
Facility Maintenance Closure:
August 15-20
open Gym basketball
*
For individuals 18 years and older
Tue & Thurs 11:30am-2:30pm
*Other drop-in times available; please call
for more information. Locks available to
check out with I.D. No towel or babysitting
service available.
Memorial building Rental Fees
For Rental Availability
Call 303-651-8404
Gymnasium $50/hr
Gym non-proft $35/hr
Classrooms $15-$25/hr
Izaak
Walton Clubhouse
18 South Sunset Street
$25 per hour Weekdays until 5pm
$50 per hour weekdays after 5pm,
all day Sat & Sun
$200 building deposit required at time of
reservation. Additional fees may apply for
pre-party services provided by the Recreation
party planner. Great Rental facility for parties,
wedding receptions, business meetings and
community gatherings.
• Maximum Capacity 95 people
• Refrigerator & Microwave (catering style kitchen)
• No Smoking - No Alcohol, No Live Bands,
amplifed sound, all City noise ordinances
must be adhered to. Music must be off by 10pm.
For more rentals,
see inside back cover.
St. Vrain Memorial building
700 Longs Peak Ave • 303-651-8404
Located in Longmont’s historic old town district,
the St. Vrain Memorial Building offers:
• Locker rooms • Fitness room
• Weight room with Treadmills, Lifecycles,
Ellipticals, free weights, and circuit weights
• Locks and Lockers are available
• Building Rentals Available
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Ice Rink General Admission
Resident Non-Res
Tot (Under 2 years) Free Free
Child 2-5 years $4.50 $5.50
Youth 6-17 years $5.00 $6.00
Adult 18-54 years $5.50 $6.50
Senior 55 and up $5.00 $6.00
Skate Rental $3.00
Passes available, see page 1 for pricing.
Private Rentals
$150/hour up to 30 people
$200/hour 31-50 people
$275/hour more than 50 people
Public Skating Schedule
November 12-20, 2011
Mon 11:30am-1:30pm, 3-7:15pm
Tues 3-7:15pm
Wed 11:30am-1:30pm, 3-7:15pm
Thurs 3-7:15pm
Fri 12:30-9pm
Sat 10am-9pm
Sun 12-5pm
November 21-27, 2011
Mon 10am-7:15pm
Tues 10am-7:15pm
Wed 10am-7:15pm
Thurs Closed for Thanksgiving
Fri 10am-9pm
Sat 10am-9pm
Sun 12-5pm
Nov 28-Dec 18, 2011
Mon 11:30am-1:30pm, 3-7:15pm
Tues 3-6:15pm
Wed 11:30am-1:30pm, 3-7:15pm
Thurs 3-5:45pm
Fri 12:30-9pm*
Sat 10am-9pm
Sun 12-5pm
*On Friday, Dec 9, public skating will end
at 6:30pm in order to present the annual
Longmont Lights Holiday Skating Exhibition.
Dec 19, 2011-Jan 1, 2012
Mon-Thurs 10am-7:15pm
Fri 10am-9pm
Sat 10am-4pm
Sun Closed for Christmas
& New Years
January 2 & 3, 2012
Mon 10am-5pm
Tues 10am-5pm
January 4-March 12, 2011
Mon 11:30am-1:30pm, 3-5pm
Tues 3-5pm
Wed 11:30am-1:30pm, 3-5pm
Thurs 3-5pm
Fri 12:30-9pm
Sat 10am-6:45pm
Sun 2-5pm
Note: On school days off, public skating will
begin at 10am.
Drop-in Hockey Schedule
Adult is defned as age 18 & over.
Teen is defned as age 13-17. Youth
is defned as under the age of 12.
November 12-20, 2011
Mon 7:30-9pm Adult
Tues 11:30am-1:30pm Open
7:30-9pm Adult
Wed 7:30-9pm Adult
Thurs 11:30am-1:30pm Open
7:30-9pm Adult
Fri 10:45am-12:15pm Open
Sat 8-9:45am Youth
Sunday 5:15-7pm Teen

November 21-27, 2011
Mon 8-9:45am Youth
7:30-9pm Adult
Tues 8-9:45am Youth
7:30-9pm Adult
Wed 8-9:45am Teen
7:30-9pm Adult
Fri 8-9:45am Youth
Sat 8-9:45am Youth
Sunday 5:15-7pm Teen
November 28-December 18, 2011
Mon 7:30-9pm Adult
Tues 11:30am-1:30pm Open
7:30-9pm Adult
Wed 7:30-9pm Adult
Thurs 11:30am-1:30pm Open
7:45-9pm Adult
Fri 10:45am-12:15pm Open
Sat 8-9:45am Youth
Sun 6:15-7:30pm Teen
December 19, 2011-January 1, 2012
Mon 8-9:45am Youth
7:30-9pm Adult
Tues 8-9:45am Teen
7:30-9pm Adult
Wed 8-9:45am Youth
7:30-9pm Adult
Thurs 8-9:45am Teen
7:30-9pm Adult
Fri 8-9:45am Youth
Sat 8-9:45am Youth
January 2 & 3, 2012
Mon 8am-9:45am Youth
Tues 8am-9:45am Teen
January 4-March 12, 2011
Mon 8-9pm Adult
Tues 11:30am-1:30pm Open
Wed 8:00-9:00pm Adult
Thurs 11:30am-1:30pm Open
7:45-9pm Adult
Fri 10:45am-12:15pm Open
Sat 8-9:45am Youth
7-9pm Adult
Sun 6:15-7:30pm Teen
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longmont Ice Pavilion
725 8th Ave • 303-774-4777
Located within Roosevelt Park, this
outdoor Ice Rink, brought to you by
Longmont Power & Communications,
is open November through March.
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Drop-in Figure Skating
January 5-March 9
Thurs 5:15-6pm
The Longmont Ice Pavilion is proud to offer the United States
Figure Skating Basic Skills Program! This program provides
skaters with the best possible skating skills in an optimal
learning environment! Registration includes one class per
week, rental skates if needed, and a 3 or 5 visit punch pass
for public skating (depending on number classes offered for
each session). Your USFS Membership fee is included in
the cost of the class registration, no need to register for the
membership separately! Your USFS membership benefts
include a record book with stickers to keep track of the
levels completed, a member patch, a year patch, information
about skating, Sports Accident Insurance coverage and the
opportunity to participate in group lessons, exhibitions, ice
shows and Basic Skills competitions when offered.
To advance to next level in
lessons, skaters must pass or
demonstrate the skills from the
previous level.
Session 1: December 1-15 (3 classes)
½ Hour Class Fees: $35 res, $43.75 non-res
¾ Hour Class Fees: $50 res, $62.50 non-res
Session 2: January 5 - February 2 (5 classes)
½ Hour Class Fees: $55 res, $68.75 non-res
¾ Hour Class Fees: $80 res, $100 non-res
Session 3: February 9 – March 8 (5 classes)
½ Hour Class Fees: $55 res, $68.75 non res
¾ Hour Class Fees: $80 res, $100 non-res
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Ages 4-6
Snow Plow Sam 1
Wednesday, 11:45am-12:15pm Code: 2038.10
Thursday, 6-6:30pm Code: 2038.11
Skaters learn to sit and stand up with skates on & off-
ice, march in place, march forward 8-10 steps, march then
glide on two feet, and dip in place.
Snow Plow Sam 2
Thursday, 6-6:30pm Code: 2039.1
Skaters learn to march followed by a long glide, dip while
moving, backward wiggles 6 in a row, forward two foot
swizzles 2-3 in a row, rocking horse, one forward & one
backward swizzle, two foot hop in place.
Snow Plow Sam 3
Thursday, 6-6:30pm Code: 2040.1
Skaters learn forward skating 8-10 steps, forward one foot
glide on right and left foot, forward swizzles 4-6 in a row,
backward swizzles 4-6 in a row, forward snowplow stop,
and curves.
Ages 7-13
Basic Skills 1
Thursday, 6:30-7pm Code: 2041.1
Skaters learn to sit and stand up with skates on & off ice,
march forward across ice, forward two foot glide, dip,
forward swizzles 6-8 in a row, backward wiggles 6-8 in a
row, snowplow stop, and rocking horse 2-3 in a row, two
foot hop in place.
Basic Skills 2
Thursday, 6:30-7pm Code: 2042.1
Skaters learn forward on foot glides left and right foot,
backward two foot glide, backward swizzles 6-8 in a row,
two foot turn from forward to backward in place, moving
snowplow stop, and forward alternating ½ swizzle pumps
in a straight line.
Basic Skills 3
Thursday, 6:30-7pm Code: 2043.1
Skaters learn forward stroking showing correct use of
blade, forward ½ swizzle pumps on a circle 6-8 consecutive
clockwise and counter clockwise, moving forward to
backward two foot turn clockwise and counter clockwise,
backward on foot glides right and left, forward slalom, and
two foot spin up to two revolutions.
Basic Skills 4
Thursday, 7-7:30pm
Code: 2044.1
Skaters learn forward
outside edge on a circle
right and left, forward
inside edge on a circle
right and left, forward
crossovers clockwise
and counter clockwise,
forward outside three turn
from a stand still position right
and left, backward ½ swizzle pumps on a circle
clockwise and counter clockwise, backward stroking, and
backward snowplow stop right and left.
For descriptions of below learn-to-skate classes, see
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/Icerink/lesson.htm
Basic Skills 5 Thursday, 7-7:30pm Code: 2045.1
Basic Skills 6 Thursday, 7-7:30pm Code: 2046.1
Basic Skills 7 Thursday, 7-7:30pm Code: 2047.1
Basic Skills 8 Thursday, 7-7:30pm Code: 2048.1
learn-to-Skate Classes- longmont Skating School
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Age 14 Years Through Adult
Adult 1
Thursday, 7-7:45pm Code: 2050.1
Skaters learn falling and recovery, forward strides and
glides, forward swizzles 4-6 in a row, backward skating,
backward swizzles 4-6 in a row, forward one foot glides
one time skaters height right and left, two foot turns in
place, snowplow stops right or left, forward curves on two
feet, and forward ½ swizzle pumps on a circle clockwise
and counter clockwise.
Adult 2
Thursday, 7-7:45pm Code: 2051.1
Skaters learn forward stroking, backward ½ swizzle pumps
in a circle clockwise and counter clockwise, moving two
foot turns on a curve clockwise and counter clockwise,
forward edges on a circle outside and inside clockwise
and counter clockwise, forward crossovers clockwise and
counter clockwise, backward on foot glide right or left,
forward pivot on direction only, and forward chasses on a
circle both directions.
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Youth Hockey Individual Skill Development Classes
THe “3S” PRoGRAM
The Longmont Ice Pavilion offers a wide variety of
youth hockey classes, each focused on specifc skill
areas! The “3S” program focuses on the three skill areas
that all hockey players need for success: SKATING,
STICKHANDLING, and SHOOTING. Where the Youth
Hockey Program focuses on team play, the “3S” program
focuses on individual hockey skill development.
The “3s” beginner Program
Hockey is a great sport for kids, though more so than most
sports it requires a certain level of competency in order to
maximize enjoyment. To ensure an optimal experience,
participants that are new to hockey must complete the
“3S” Beginner program prior to enrolling into the Youth
Hockey Program. This will take one season to complete, so
participants in the 2011-2012 “3S” Beginner Program will be
eligible to enroll into the Youth Hockey Program for the 2012-
2013 season. New hockey participants that have no prior
skating experience must also enroll into an age appropriate
learn-to-skate class, either Snowplow Sam 1 for kids age 6
& under, or Basic Skills 1 for kids age 7 & up.
Tuesday, 6:30-7:15pm Code: 2013.120
Nov 29-Dec 13, 2011 & Jan 3-Mar 6, 2012
Fee: $125 resident/ $156.25 non-resident
Adult learn-to-Play Hockey
Have you been a fan of hockey, thought about playing, but
don’t know how to get started? Or have you played some
hockey and want to get better? This is the program for you.
Players age 18 & over are given instruction on all aspects of the
game. Two levels of instruction, Beginner and Intermediate,
are offered. Players with underdeveloped skating skills
should also enroll in an Adult learn-to-skate program.
Tuesdays 7:45-9pm
January 3-March 6
Fee: $100 res/$125 non-res
Beginner Class Code: 2054.10
Intermediate Class Code: 2054.11
The “3s” Advanced Program
For participants with previous experience in the Longmont
Ice Pavilion Youth Hockey Program, an advanced “3S”
program is offered to help players further improve their
hockey skills. Each skill area is offered as a separate class,
though participants are encouraged to enroll for all three
in order to maximize their advancement. Participants that
register for all three classes will receive a $25 discount!

Hockey Skating Skills
Improve your hockey skating skills in order to skate past
the competition on game days!
Dec 4-18, Sun, 5:15-6:15pm Code: 2013.111
Fee: $45 res, $56.25 non-res

Stickhandling Skills
Learn the skills needed to “deke” the competition!
Jan 8-Feb 5, Sun, 5:15-6:15pm Code: 2013.112
Fee: $75 res, $93.25 non-res

Shooting and Scoring Skills
Get the skills you need to “put the biscuit in the basket”!
Feb 12-Mar 11, Sun, 5:15-6:15pm Code: 2013.113
Fee: $75 res, $93.25 non-res
Youth Hockey Program
The Longmont Ice Pavilion is proud to offer the USA Hockey
Youth Ice Hockey Program! This program brings the best
hockey experience to all youth players. The Longmont
Ice Pavilion’s program is an affordable in-house program
focusing on developing team play skills for both new and
returning players. Registration includes one practice and
one game per week, jersey, and rental hockey skates if
needed. Season runs January 2-March 11, 2012.
Please note, all participants in the youth hockey
program must register with USA Hockey as well prior to
the start of the program. All participants must provide
their registration receipt to ice pavilion staff prior to
being allowed to participate in the program. USA
Hockey registration can be done on-line at: https://
www.usahockeyregistration.com/login_input.action
Fees: $145 resident/ $181 non-resident
Mini-Mites, ages 5-6: Code: 2013.100
Practice Monday 5:15-6:30pm / Game Sunday 8-9am
Mites, ages 7-8: Code: 2013.101
Practice Wednesday 5:15-6:30pm / Game Sunday 9-10am
Squirts, ages 9 & 10: Code: 2013.102
Practice Wednesday 6:45-8pm / Game Sunday 10:15-11:15am
Peewees, ages 11 & 12: Code: 2013.103
Practice Monday 6:45-8pm / Game 11:30am-12:30pm
Bantams/Midgets, ages 13-17: Code: 2014.104
Practice Tuesday 6-7:30pm / Game 12:45-1:45pm
Adult 3-on-3 Tournament
March 15-18, 2012
Get a team together and play in this fast-paced tournament
format. Divisions will be offered in “A/High B”, “Low B/
High C”, and “Low C/D”. Look for additional information
in the Winter/Spring brochure!
Adult 3
Thursday, 7-7:45pm Code: 2052.1
Skaters learn backward edges on a circle outside and inside
clockwise and counter clockwise, backward crossovers
clockwise and counter clockwise, inside Mohawk right to
left or left to right, basic forward outside and forward inside
edges 4-6 consecutive, forward progressives clockwise
and counter clockwise, beginning two foot spin, backward
snowplow stop right or left.
Adult 4
Friday, 7-7:45pm Code: 2053.1
Skaters learn forward three turns outside and inside right
and left; perimeter stroking with crossover end patterns;
forward outside to inside change of edge sequence; alternate
backward crossovers with two foot transition; footwork
sequence: 3-5 forward crossovers to an inside Mohawk,
3-5 backward crossovers, step forward inside the circle and
repeat; power three turns on direction only, backward chasses
on a circle clockwise and counter clockwise.
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RooSeVelT
ACTIVITY Pool
903 8th Ave
303-774-4455
Monday-Sunday: 10am-4pm
Saturday is Family Day
Roosevelt Activity Pool is a heated outdoor pool
with a maximum depth of 2’8”. It features zero depth
geysers, tumble buckets, water cannon and a spray
garden primarily geared for ages 8 & under.

KAneMoTo
ACTIVITY Pool
1151 S. Pratt Pkwy
303-651-6934
Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm
Sun Family Day: 12pm-5pm
Kanemoto Activity Pool is
a heated outdoor pool with a
maximum depth of 3’8”. It features a shallow water
slide, river current, waterfall, and geysers geared for
ages 8 & under.
SunSeT Pool
1900 Longs Peak Ave
303-651-8300
Open through
Labor Day, September 5
Sunset Post-Season Hours
August 15- September 5**
Mon*/Wed*/Fri Lap & Open Swim 6am-7pm
Tues*/Thurs* Lap & Open Swim 8am-7pm
Saturday Adult Lap Swim 8am-7pm
Open Swim 10am-7pm
Sunday Adult Lap Swim 11am-7pm
Open Swim 1pm-5pm
Family Swim 5pm-7pm
*Slides will NOT be turned on until 12pm Mon-Thurs
Labor Day Hours: Monday, September 5, 10am-5pm
**All Fitness Programs will continue at Sunset through
September 3. No Masters Swimming on Mon, Sept 5.
Sunset Pool Rentals
Days are limited! Call for August and September
availability for an after hour rental, or an Open Swim
Shelter Rental to secure shade for your group!
Rental option costs begin at $25!
Pre-Scheduled Groups
If you have a group ready to swim, please give
Sunset Pool at least 24hrs notice of your group’s
anticipated swim time. In return for the courtesy,
Sunset Pool will give your group the discounted
group rate!
Indoor Party Room!
Have your party stationed in the New Indoor Party
Room! This room is surrounded by windows, so you
can beat the heat and sun while still watching the
kiddos play! This room is available for Pool Parties
during regularly scheduled open swim hours; all
users of the room must pay the group admittance
fee. When utilizing Sunset Pool is not a priority, and
having a nice indoor meeting room before or after
golfng is; you can reserve the room anytime and not
pay an additional admittance fee.
Fee: $40 per hour plus group rate admittance fee for
all guests whether they choose to swim or not when
reserved during Open Swim Hours.
For reservations made solely for the room usage; with
no access to Sunset Pool; there is NOT an extra fee.
Hot Dogs!
End of Summer Dog
Swims at Roosevelt
and Kanemoto
Activity Pools.
Back by popular
demand – after season
dog swims at the Activity
Pools! After we close the
activity pool to the general
public, we neutralize the pool
chemicals (part of the pool
winterization process) so the water
is safe for the dogs. All friendly dogs are welcome;
balls and bags will be provided.
Fee: $3 per dog. Recreation passes are not valid.
Dates: Tuesday, August 23
at Kanemoto Activity Pool from 4pm-7pm
Wednesday, August 24 at Roosevelt
Activity Pool from 4pm-7pm
No people swimming and thank you for picking up
after your pooch!
Activity Pools Are Open through
Sunday, August 21
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Post Summer Hours
Mon-Fri, Aug 15-19 & Aug 29-Sep 2
Fitness Room
Mon/Wed/Fri 5:30am-6pm
Tues/ Thurs 5:30am-8pm
Lap Swim*
Mon-Fri 5:30am-3:30pm
Fall & Winter Hours
Tuesday, Sept 6-Dec 31
Fitness Room
Mon-Thurs 5:30am-9pm
Friday 5:30am-6:30pm
Saturday 7am-4pm
Sunday 11am-5pm
Lap Swim*
Mon–Fri 5:30am-2:30pm
Friday 5:30pm-6:30pm
Saturday 8am-11am & 1-4pm
Sunday 11am-5pm
*Lap swims may share pool space with other
activities and as few as two lanes may be
available. Circle swimming is encouraged.
Open Swim
Mon/Wed 11am-2:30pm
Tues/Thurs 1pm-2:30pm
Friday 9am-2:30pm
Sat-Family Swim 1pm-4pm
$3 Sunday 1pm-3pm
$3 Special
Join us on Sundays during Open
Swim for just $3 per person!
All Sunset Pool ftness programs move back
to Centennial Pool on Tuesday, September 6.
Special Hours/Pool Closures:
Aug 20-28, Sat-Sun:
Closed for annual maintenance
Sept 3-5, Sat-Mon:
Closed for Labor Day Weekend
Oct 29 & 30, Sat & Sun:
Closed for USA Swim Meet
Nov 24, Thurs-Thanksgiving:
7am-11am lap swim
Dec 24 & 31, Sat: Facility closes at 1pm
Dec 25 & Jan 1, Sun: Closed
No School Day Open Swims:
Lap Swim until 3:30pm, Open Swim
1pm-3:30pm; Oct 14, Fri; Nov 21-23, 25,
Mon-Wed, Thurs; Dec 19-Jan 3, Mon-Fri
CenTennIAl Pool
1201 Alpine Street • 303-651-8406
Enjoy year-round ftness and fun at Centennial Pool. Come
workout or play in our pool with six 25-yard lap lanes, wading
area and deep end, complete with two 1-meter diving
boards. Land ftness is available in our ftness room with
treadmills, Lifecycles, elliptical, rowing machine and a cable
resistance weight machine. We also offer a variety of Land
and Water Fitness Classes. Stop by any City of Longmont
recreation facility to pick up a ftness schedule today!
Quick Fit
Centennial’s ftness room overlooks
the pool and is perfect for a quick
workout while you watch your child’s
swim lesson. The Quick Fit is only
available at Centennial Pool for
parents with children in the water
taking learn-to-swim classes. $2 for
residents/ $2.50 for non residents.
The quick ft price does not apply for
instructor led classes.
Parents night out
When was the last time you had a
date night? Guys/girls night out?
Drop the kiddos at Centennial Pool
for a fun, supervised evening of
arts & crafts, movies, games and of
course swimming.
5 to 10 years: Nov 5, Sat, 5-9pm
Location: Centennial Pool,
1201 Alpine St
Code: 6201.401
Fee: $12 resident / $15 non-res
$2 2nd child discount
Rental options
Birthday Party Packages
Have a care-free party at Centennial
Pool complete with birthday cake,
punch, and swimming fun! If desired,
our staff will be on hand to play
games and entertain your party.
Birthday Party Packages are only
available during regularly scheduled
Open Swim Hours for two hours.
Call 303-651-8406 to reserve with
full payment. Fee includes cake,
punch, decorations, exclusive use
of the multipurpose room and swim
admission for two hours.
Fee: $80 for up to 12 / $100 for 13-16
/ $120 for 17-20
Please note that one adult per 5
children must be in the water with
children under 6 years.
Multipurpose Room Rental
Rent the multipurpose room at
Centennial Pool during regular operation
hours and receive the prescheduled
group rate for all who swim or work out.
Rental includes use of 2 tables and 16
chairs. Contact 303-651-8406 to reserve
the room. Rental fee is non-refundable.
Multipurpose Room Fee: $25 for up to 3 hours
Private Rentals
Hold your own special event at
Centennial Pool! Rental time is
started when the facility is open to the
group and ends when the facility is
empty and locked at the completion
of the rental. When making your
reservation, please consider the
time needed to set up decorations
as well as the shower time of your
guests. Prices can be adjusted to
accommodate this extra time. The
entire rental fee is due when making
the reservation, ½ is refundable if
you choose to cancel.
Days and Times Available:
Fridays after 6:30pm; Saturdays
after 4pm; Sundays before 11am or
after 5pm.
Centennial Pool After-Hour
Rentals Fee Structure:
$50/hour up to 25 people
$60/hour up to 50 people
$70/hour up to 75 people
$80/hour up to 100 people
$100/hour for more than 100 people
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Centennial will be CLOSED Aug 20- 28, Sat-Sun, for annual maintenance,
and Sept 3-5, Sat-Mon, for the Labor Day Weekend. Sunset Pool and the
Longmont Recreation Center will be open for your enjoyment.
Special Thanksgiving Day Hours
Thursday, November 24: Lap Swim 7am-11am
Turkey Buster Water Fitness Class 7:30am & 9am
Turkey Buster Indoor Biking Class 7:15am-9:15am (come and ride as long as you want to!)
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ARC lifeguard Training
Pre-Requisite: Must be 15 years old before the last
class. Be prepared to swim 550 yard continuous swim
of 200 Front Crawl, 200 Breaststroke, 150 Front Crawl or
Breaststroke on Dec 21. Learn the basics of lifeguard skills
and practices. First Aid and CPR/ AED for the Professional
rescuer are included. Register at least 1 week before the
frst class date to ensure books.
15 to Adult: $160 resident/ $200 non-resident
Dec 21, Wed, 5-6pm (be prepared to swim)
& Dec 27-30, Tues-Fri, 9am-6pm Code: 6301.101
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Swim Instructor Aide
Prerequisite: 11 years old, Level 4 swimming ability. Enjoy
swimming and like children? Want to be a Water Safety
Instructor, but not 16 yet? Learn how to assist instructors
with swim lessons. Year round volunteer opportunities
with City of Longmont swimming lessons!
11 to 15 years: $20 resident/ $25 non-resident
Sept 26 & 28, Mon & Wed, 3:30-6:30pm Code: 6322.401
Oct 16 & 23, Sun, 2:30-5:30pm Code: 6322.402
Nov 12 & 19, Sat, 8:30-11:30am Code: 6322.403
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Nov 3 & 10, Thur, 4-6:30pm Code: 6322.461
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
babysitter’s boot Camp
Three classes in one - American Red Cross Babysitter’s
Training, First Aid, and CPR for infants and children.
Includes two text books for later reference. Great for both
experienced and novice sitters. Please bring a sack lunch
and snacks as needed.
12 to Adult: $85 resident/ $106.25 non-resident
Nov 21-22, Mon & Tues, 9am-3pm Code: 6310.450
Dec 19-20, Mon & Tues, 9am-3pm Code: 6310.150
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
babysitter’s Training
This course provides
youth ages 11-16 with
the information and
skills necessary
to provide safe
and responsible
care for children
in the absence
of parents or
guardians.
Participants will
develop skills in
5 critical areas:
leadership, safety and
safe play, basic care, frst
aid, and professionalism.
11 to 16 years: $55 resident/ $68.75 non-resident
Sept 18, Sun, 9am-4:30pm Code: 6310.401
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Oct 14, Fri, 9am-4:30pm Code: 6310.402
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
babysitter’s Practicum
Have you taken Babysitter’s Training and want to put your
skills to work in a supervised environment? Join us during
Parents’ Night Out to practice in a supportive setting.
You will be contacted for a phone interview before the
Practicum for selection and confrmation. This is a FREE
volunteer opportunity.
11 to 19 years: FREE
Nov 5, Sat, 3:45-9:15pm Code: 6310.440
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Instructor Training for babysitter’s Class
Become an American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training
Instructor. Pre-requisite: 16 years of age, knowledge of
child care skills, and FIT certifcation. For more information,
call 303-774-4827. Paid positions available with City.
16 to Adult: $90 resident/ $112.50 non-resident
Sept 12 & 19, Mon, 5:30-10pm Code: 6310.481
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
CPR with AeD
This American Red Cross class covers CPR & AED for
adults, children and infants.
12 to Adult: $65 resident/ $81.25 non-resident
Oct 9, Sun 11:30-5:30pm Code: 6332.450
Nov 21 & 23, Mon & Wed 5-8pm Code: 6332.451
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
CPR & First Aid
This American Red Cross course not only covers CPR for
adults, children and infants and includes First Aid.
12 to Adult: $85 resident/ $106.25 non-resident
Sept 12-26, Mon, 5-8pm Code: 6330.400
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Dec 20 & 22, Tues & Thurs, 4-8pm Code: 6330.401
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
First Aid
This American Red Cross course covers First Aid Basics.
12 to Adult: $50 resident/ $62.50 non-resident
Oct 21, Fri 5-8pm Code: 6333.400
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Nov 26, Sat 9-12pm Code: 6333.402
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Wilderness and Remote First Aid
Gain the knowledge and backcountry skills to be able to
respond to emergencies and give care in areas that do
not have immediate emergency medical services (EMS)
response. Must have current Adult CPR certifcation. This
includes wilderness and remote environments as well as
urban disasters.
14 to Adult: $75 resident/ $93.75 non-resident
Nov 12 & 19, Sat, 9-5pm Code: 6203.480
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
NEW – we will bring CPR and or First Aid Classes to
your group of 6 or more! Please contact Heather
at heather.deal@ci.longmont.co.us to set up a date(s).
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Masters Swimming
Improve your skills and stamina while using intervals,
drills and distance swimming. This on-going program is
recommended for adults who are comfortable swimming
at least 1000 yards.
18 to Adult: Mon/Wed/Fri, 6-7:15am; Saturday, 6:45-8am
Location: Sunset Pool through September 3
Centennial Pool beginning September 7
No Masters on Labor Day, Mon, Sep 5
18 to Adult: Tues/Thurs, 12-1pm
Location: Sunset Pool through Sept 1
Longmont Recreation Center beginning Sept 6
18 to Adult: Tues/Thurs, 6:30-7:30pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center
Beginning Oct 4
Fee: Daily Admission
beginning
Masters Swimming
Not quite ready for Masters
Swimming? Beginning
Masters can get you
there! While catering
to your individual
needs, you will receive
stroke work plus a
great workout. This
on-going program is
recommended for adults
who are comfortable
swimming 200 yards non-stop.
18 to Adult: Tues/Thurs,
Time: 7:15pm-8:15pm through Sept 1
7:30pm-8:30pm beginning Sept 6
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: Daily Admission
Adult Swim Technique Training
Not sure you’re ready for a Masters workout? Coach Robert
provides individualized instruction to improve your stroke
and breathing technique. For adults and seniors looking
to refne their stroke, improve endurance, join Masters or
train with other adults in a smaller group setting.
18 to Adult: Sunday, 11am-12pm
Date/Fee: Code:
Sept 11-Oct 23 $42 res/ $52.50 non-res 6101.401
Nov 6-Dec 18 $42 res/ $52.50 non-res 6101.403
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
open Water Swims
Expand your workouts swimming at Union Reservoir.
Please note: for the safety of all, only open water swimmers
are allowed in the water during open water swim times.
Fee includes gate fee and lifeguards. Call 303-772-1265.
13 to Adult: Tues & Wed, 5:30-7pm; & Sat, 8:45-10:15am
Dates: Through Sept 24
Location: Union Reservoir, 0461 Weld County Rd 26
Fee: $8 per person/5- and 10- visit passes available.
Adult/Senior Swim lessons
It is never too late to learn to swim or improve your
skills! For adults and seniors or all swimming abilities,
this class offers individualized instruction in a supportive
group environment. Babysitting is available at Longmont
Recreation Center.
18 to Adult: Sunday, 8:30-9:15am
Date/Fee: Code:
Sept 11-Oct 9 $25 res/ $31.25 non-res 6101.460
Oct 16-Nov 13 $25 res/ $31.25 non-res 6101.470
Nov 20-Dec 18 $25 res/ $31.25 non-res 6101.490
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
18 to Adult: Sunday, 2:55-3:40pm
Date/Fee: Code:
Sept 11-Oct 23 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 6101.402
Nov 6-Dec 18 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 6101.404
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Senior Swim lessons
Geared towards seniors of all swimming abilities looking
to learn or improve swimming skills with other older
adults. Individualized instruction in a supportive group
environment. Babysitting is available at Longmont
Recreation Center. *No class Nov 22.
50 years+: Tuesday, 10:45-11:30am
Date/Fee: Code:
Sept 6-27 $20 res/ $25 non-res 6101.461
Oct 4-25 $20 res/ $25 non-res 6101.471
Nov 1-Dec 13* $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 6101.491
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
open Kayak
Come to Centennial Pool
to keep up with your
rolls and braces.
Why not take time
to perfect your
off-side roll or
your hand roll?
Please wash
out all boats in
the fenced in
patio located
on the South
end of the pool
prior to entering
the water (hose
provided). Please
register in advance
with payment to
secure your spot online
or by calling 303-651-8406.
Maximum of 16 kayaks.
Day/Time: Sunday, 5-7pm
Date/Fee: Code:
Nov 6 $8 res/ $10 non-res 4793.400
Nov 13 $8 res/ $10 non-res 4793.401
Dec 4 $8 res/ $10 non-res 4793.100
Dec 11 $8 res/ $10 non-res 4793.101
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
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Cara Swim Team
CARA swimming is a recreational swim team for youths
ages 6-18 who are not USS swimmers. Please register for
the age group that your child will be on the frst day of
practice. Swimmers will compete according to their age
on January 1, 2011.
Pre-Requisite- 6-10 & 11-14 groups: Ability to swim
one length of pool front crawl with rotary breathing and
back crawl without stopping or using assistance.
Pre-Requisite 11-18 group: Knowledge of all 4
competitive strokes and swim 400 yards freestyle with
rotary breathing. All participants will be evaluated on the
frst day of practice.
Centennial Tsunamis CARA:
Practice: Sept 6–Dec 15 (14wks) *No practice Nov 22 & 24
Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Parent meeting: First 15 minutes of frst practice
Meets: TBA
Age Group Time Code Fee
6-9 yrs 5:30-6:15pm 6203.401 $84 res/$105 non-res
8-10 yrs 6:15-7pm 6203.402 $84 res/ $105 non-res
11-14 yrs 5:30-6:30pm 6203.403 $87.50 res/$109.25 non-res
11-18 yrs 6:30-7:45pm 6203.404 $91 res/$113.75 non-res
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Recreation Center Piranha CARA:
Practice: Sept 12–Dec 7 (12wks) *No practice Nov 21 & 23
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Parent meeting: Wed, Sept 14, 5pm
Meets: TBA
Age Group Time Code Fee
6-12 yrs 4:25-5:10pm 6203.470 $72 res/$90 non-res
8-18 yrs 4:25-5:25pm 6203.471 $75 res/$93.75 non-res
6-12 yrs 5:15-6:00pm 6203.472 $72 res/$90 non-res
8-18 yrs 5:30-6:45pm 6203.473 $78 res/$97.50 non-res
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Special olympics Swimming Prep
Special Olympics Prep offers instruction and training
to prepare for Special Olympics Swimming season and
competition that begins in January.
8 to adult: Friday, 5:30-6:30pm
Dates: Sept 9 - Nov 18 Code: 6010.401
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $40 resident / $50 non-resident
Spring board Diving
Beginner Pre-Requisite: Must be able to dive off the
side of the pool head frst and swim independently in the
diving well. Beginner Diving students will learn dive safety,
etiquette & approaches.
Intermediate/Advanced - Pre-Requisite: Must know
how to do a 4 step approach and be able to dive head frst
from the board. Intermediate/Advanced diving students
will be taught tuck, pike and straight positions, as well as
learning inward, reverse fips and twisting dives. All divers,
Beginner through Advanced have the option to compete
in CARA dive meets, TBA. *No class Nov 21 & 23.
7 to 18 years: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Beginner Diving
Day/Time: Mon& Wed, 5-5:45pm
Dates: Sept 19-Oct 12 Code: 6209.401
Oct 17- Nov 9 Code: 6209.402
Dates: Nov 14- Dec 14* Code: 6209.403
Fee: $48 res/$60 non-res
Intermediate/Advanced Diving
Day/Time: Mon & Wed, 5:45-7pm
Dates: Sept 19-Oct 12 Code: 6209.411
Oct 17- Nov 9 Code: 6209.412
Dates: Nov 14- Dec 14* Code: 6209.413
Fee: $58 res/ $72.50 non-res
High School Prep Swimming
Pre-Requisite: High School students only. High
School Prep swimming is intended to give swimmers an
opportunity to dust off those cobwebs and get a head
start on the high school season. Technique and building
endurance are the primary focus.
Day/Time: Sept 12–Nov 9, Mon/Wed, 4-5:30pm
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $63 res/ $78.75 non-res Code: 6207.401
Synchronized Swim lessons
Synchronized swimming is a
sport requiring overall body
strength and agility, grace
and beauty, musical
interpretation, with
dramatic fair. Learn
these components in
this exciting sport. Join
us for an exhibition night
at Centennial Pool, Tues,
August 30, 6:30pm. Pre-
requisite: must be able to
swim one length of the pool
8 to 16 years: Tues, 5:30-6:30pm
Dates: Fee: Code:
Sept 6-27 $25 res/$31 non-res 6215.400
Oct 4-25 $25 res/$31 non-res 6215.401
Sept 6-Oct 25 $45 res/ $56 non-res 6215.402
8 to 16 years: Sat, 10:30-11:30,
Sept 10-Oct 22 $43.75res/$54non-res 6215.403
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
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Preschool Program:
3-5 years old • Lessons are 30 min
The preschool classes follow the American Red Cross
Level Program, but further divide the skills to provide
a learning environment better suited for preschoolers.
Preschool lessons are 30 min.
Turtle: Water Introduction
Students with no or limited water experience and who are
uncomfortable putting their face in the water.
Alligator: Skill Introduction
Students comfortable in the water will learn to float
independently on front and back for 5 seconds.
Seal: Stroke Introduction
Students who float independently will learn to swim 10 yds
without stopping and become comfortable in deep water.
Dolphin: Skill Improvement
Students who swim 10 yds and are comfortable in
deep water will learn proper breathing techniques and
elementary backstroke.
Whale: Stroke Development
Students with proper breathing will work on increasing
endurance and be introduced to sidestroke and survival float.
Parent/Child: 6 months to 3 years old
Aquababy: 6-18 month
Aquatot: 18 month - 3 yrs
Parent/Child classes are 30 min.
Parent and child will be coached using a variety of games
and techniques individualized to maximize success in
water comfort and skills. Sessions can and should be
repeated. A drop-in option is offered during Saturday
mornings and Sunday afternoons at Centennial Pool for
$4 resident / $5.25 non-resident.
Water explorers
2 ½ - 3 ½ years old • Classes are 30 min
Not yet old enough for learn-to-swim lessons? Ready to be in
the water without mom or dad? Your preschooler will explore
the water through songs, games, and toys with an instructor,
and at the same time learn how to be part of a group,
understand water safety rules, and how to follow directions.
blAST! Accelerated Swim lessons
Technique-based lessons focused on developing the 4
competitive swim strokes. For those with swim team in mind.
Beginning BLAST: 5 yrs & up • 40 min
Students who can glide 15 ft on front and back, swim 15
ft crawl stroke with face in the water and are comfortable
in deep water will learn freestyle with side breathing,
backstroke and breaststroke kick.
BLAST 1: 6 yrs & up • 1 hr
Students who can swim 25 yards freestyle non-stop
with proper side breathing will work on endurance
and improving freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke
technique.
BLAST 2: 6 yrs & up • 1 hr • For advanced swimmers who
want to further improve their stroke; add butterfly, starts, and
turns, and learn to use a pace clock. Please call Centennial
Pool 303-651-8406 to register or for more information.
American Red Cross level Program
6 yrs & up -Level 1 & 2 are 30 min • Levels 3-6 are 40 min
Level 1: Water Introduction
Students will become comfortable putting their face in
the water and learn to float independently on their front
and back.
Level 2: Skill Introduction
Students who can float independently will learn to swim
10 yds, on front and back, without stopping.
Level 3: Stroke Development
Students who can swim on their front will learn breathing
techniques, elementary backstroke and kicks used in all
of the swimming strokes.
Level 4: Stroke Improvement
Students who have proper breathing and swim in deep
water will learn backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and
butterfly.
Level 5: Stroke Refinement:
Students will continue to work on stroke technique while
increasing endurance, flip turns, and surface dives.
Level 6: Fitness Swimming
An individualized approach will be used to develop
strokes, increase endurance and continue to work on a
variety of skills. Students will progress up to a 500 yd
continuous swim – a great preparation for taking the
lifeguard class.
Teen/Tween
11 years & up • Lessons are 40 min
This class is for older youth looking to build confidence
in their swimming skills while working with people around
their same age. Group work, enhanced by individualized
instruction, will assure you get what you need to become
a confident swimmer.
Special needs Swim lessons
6 yrs & up • Lessons are 30 min
We welcome kids of all physical and intellectual abilities
in our learn-to-swim programs, as well as offering these
adapted swim lessons for individuals with special needs
not ready or comfortable participating in larger group
lessons. Geared for higher functioning individuals, or
individuals with a self-provided caregiver.
Private Swim lessons
A limited number of instructors
are available for private and
semi-private instruction. Call
Centennial Pool, 303-651-8406
or the Longmont Recreation
Center, 303-774-4800 to be
added to the private swim lesson
wait list.
Private Fee: $18 resident/ $22 non-resident per ½ hour
learn to Swim with the City of longmont
Swim Testing: If you are unsure which swim class to sign up for, arrange a FREE swim test at
Centennial Pool, 303-651-8406 or Longmont Recreation Center 303-774-4800.
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Monday & Wednesday AM & PM
Time Sept Ssn Oct Ssn Dec Ssn
Date
9/12-10/12
(5 wk)
10/17-11/16
(5wk)
11/28-12/14
(3 wk)
Fee $37.50/$47 $37.50/$47 $22.5/$28.25
Aquababy/tot 5:30 PM 6050.401 6050.404 6050.101
Turtle 10:05 AM 6053.401 6053.408 6053.101
3:45 PM 6053.402 6053.409 6053.102
5:05 PM 6053.403 6053.410 6053.103
Alligator 10:40 AM 6054.401 6054.408 6054.101
3:45 PM 6054.402 6054.409 6054.102
4:55 PM 6054.403 6054.410 6054.103
Seal 9:30 AM 6055.401 6055.407 6055.101
4:20 PM 6055.402 6055.408 6055.102
5:05 PM 6055.403 6055.409 6055.103
Dolphin 11:15 AM 6056.401 6056.406 6056.101
4:00 PM 6056.402 6056.407 6056.102
Whale 11:50 AM 6057.401 6057.406 6057.101
4:00 PM 6057.402 6057.407 6057.102
Level 1 4:30 PM 6001.401 6001.405 6001.101
6:05 PM 6001.402 6001.406 6001.102
Level 2 4:35 PM 6002.401 6002.406 6002.101
5:40 PM 6002.402 6002.407 6002.102
Level 3 4:20 PM 6003.401 6003.406 6003.101
5:10 PM 6003.402 6003.407 6003.102
Level 4 5:40 PM 6004.401 6004.404 6004.101
Level 5 6:15 PM 6005.401 6005.404 6005.102
Level 6 5:55 PM 6006.401 6006.404 6006.101
Teen/Tween 6:05 PM 6102.401 6102.403 6102.102
Water
Explorers
Price $20/$25 $20/$25 $12/$15
Mondays 8:55 AM 6150.401 6150.403 6150.101
Wednesdays 12:25 PM 6150.402 6150.404 6150.102
BLAST Price $50/$62.50 $50/$62.50 $30/$37.50
Beginning
BLAST
4:15 PM 6214.401 6214.402 6214.101
BLAST 1 5:00 PM 6214.411 6214.412 6214.111
BLAST 2 5:30 PM 6214.421 6214.422 6214.121
Tuesday & Thursday AM
Time Sept Ssn Nov Ssn Dec Ssn
Date
9/13-10/13
(5 wk)
10/18-11/17
(5 wk)
11/29-12/15
(3 wk)
Fee $37.50/$47 $37.50/$47 $22.5/$28.25
Turtle 11:30 AM 6053.404 6053.411 6053.104
Alligator 12:05 PM 6054.404 6054.411 6054.104
Seal 10:55 AM 6055.404 6055.410 6055.104
Dolphin 10:20 AM 6056.403 6056.408 6056.103
Whale 9:00 AM 6056.403 6057.408 6057.103
BLAST Price $50/$62.50 $50/$62.50 $30/$37.50
Beginning
BLAST
9:35 AM 6214.404 6214.405 6214.112
Saturday Morning
Time Sept Ssn Nov Ssn
Date 9/10-10/22 (7 wk) 11/4-12/17 (7 wk)
Price $26.25/$33 $26.25/$33
Aquababy/tot 10:30 AM 6050.402 6050.405
Turtle 9:20 AM 6053.405 6053.412
10:30 AM 6053.406 6053.413
Alligator 8:45 AM 6054.405 6054.412
9:55 AM 6054.406 6054.413
Seal 10:10 AM 6055.405 6055.411
Dolphin 8:50 AM 6056.404 6056.409
Whale 9:00 AM 6057.404 6057.409
Level 1 9:55 AM 6001.403 6001.407
Level 2 9:20 AM 6002.403 6002.408
10:45 AM 6002.404 6002.409
Level 3 8:35 AM 6003.403 6003.408
9:35 AM 6003.404 6003.409
Level 4 9:25 AM 6004.402 6004.405
Level 5 10:20 AM 6005.402 6005.405
Level 6 11:05 AM 6006.402 6006.405
Price $28/$35 $28/$35
Water
Explorers
11:05 AM 6150.407 6150.408
Sunday Afternoon
Time Sept Ssn Nov Ssn
Date 9/11-10/23 (7 wk) 11/6-12/18 (7 wk)
Price $26.25/$33 $26.25/$33
Aquababy/tot 4:30 PM 6050.403 6050.406
Turtle 4:05 PM 6053.407 6053.414
Alligator 3:30 PM 6054.407 6054.414
Seal 4:25 PM 6055.406 6055.412
Dolphin 2:55 PM 6056.405 6056.410
Whale 2:55 PM 6057.405 6057.410
Level 1 2:55 PM 6001.404 6001.408
Level 2 3:05 PM 6002.405 6002.410
Level 3 3:30 PM 6003.405 6003.410
Level 4 4:15 PM 6004.403 6004.406
Level 5 3:40 PM 6005.403 6005.406
Level 6 3:30 PM 6006.403 6006.406
Teen/Tween 4:15 PM 6102.402 6102.404
BLAST Price $35/$43.75 $35/$43.75
BLAST 1 12:30 PM 6214.414 6214.415
BLAST 2 1:30 PM 6214.424 6214.425
Price $28/$35 $28/$35
Special Needs 3:45 PM 6101.401 6101.402
Centennial Pool Swim lessons
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Tuesday Afternoons
Time Sept Ssn Nov Ssn
Date
9/13-10/18
(6Wks)
10/25-12/6
(6Wks)
Price $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25
Aquababy/tot 5:30 PM 6050.460 6050.470
Turtle 3:45 PM 6053.460 6053.470
4:20 PM 6053.461 6053.471
4:55 PM 6053.462 6053.472
Alligator 3:45 PM 6054.460 6054.470
4:20 PM 6054.461 6054.471
4:55 PM 6054.462 6054.472
Seal 3:45 PM 6055.460 6055.470
4:55 PM 6055.461 6055.471
Dolphin 4:20 PM 6056.460 6056.470
Whale 4:30 PM 6057.460 6057.470
Level 1 4:30 PM 6001.460 6001.470
Level 2 3:45 PM 6002.460 6002.470
5:30 PM 6002.461 6002.471
Level 3 3:45 PM 6003.460 6003.470
5:05 PM 6003.461 6003.471
Level 4 3:45 PM 6004.460 6004.470
5:05 PM 6004.461 6004.471
Level 5/6 4:20 PM 6005.460 6005.470
Teen Tween 5:30 PM 6102.460 6102.470
Dates 9/20-10/11 11/1-11-29
Price $16/$20 $16/$20
Water
Explorers
5:00 PM 6150.460 6150.470
Wednesday Afternoons
Time Sept Ssn Nov Ssn
Date
9/14-10/19
(6Wks)
10/26-12/7
(6Wks)
Price $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 12:00 PM 6053.469 6053.479
Alligator 1:10 PM 6054.469 6054.479
Seal 12:35 PM 6055.469 6055.479
Dolphin 1:45 PM 6056.469 6056.479
Thursday Afternoons
Time Sept Ssn Nov Ssn
Date
9/15-10/20
(6Wks)
10/27-12/8
(6Wks)
Price $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 3:45 PM 6053.465 6053.475
4:20 PM 6053.466 6053.476
Alligator 3:45 PM 6054.465 6054.475
4:20 PM 6054.466 6054.476
Seal 3:45 PM 6055.465 6055.475
4:55 PM 6055.466 6055.476
Dolphin 4:55 PM 6056.465 6056.475
Whale 4:20 PM 6057.465 6057.475
Level 1 3:45 PM 6001.465 6001.475
Level 2 5:05 PM 6002.465 6002.475
Level 3 4:20 PM 6003.465 6003.475
Level 4 4:55 PM 6004.465 6004.475
Level 5/6 3:45 PM 6005.465 6005.475
Teen Tween 4:55 PM 6102.465 6102.475
* There will not be any swim lessons during
Thanksgiving Break- Nov 21-25
Sunday Mornings
Time Sept Ssn Oct Ssn Nov Ssn
Date
9/11-10/9
(5Wks)
10/16-11/13
(5Wks)
11/20-12/18
(5Wks)
Price $18.75/$23.50 $18.75/$23.50 $18.75/$23.50
Aquababy/tot 9:40 AM 6050.463 6050.473 6050.483
Turtle 8:30 AM 6053.463 6053.473 6053.483
9:40 AM 6053.464 6053.474 6053.484
Alligator 8:30 AM 6054.463 6054.473 6054.483
9:40 AM 6054.464 6054.474 6054.484
Seal 8:30 AM 6055.463 6055.473 6055.483
9:05 AM 6055.464 6055.474 6055.484
Dolphin 9:05 AM 6056.463 6056.473 6056.483
Whale 9:05 AM 6057.463 6057.473 6057.483
Level 1 9:05 AM 6001.463 6001.473 6001.483
Level 2 8:30 AM 6002.463 6002.473 6002.483
Level 3 8:30 AM 6003.463 6003.473 6003.483
Level 4 9:05 AM 6004.463 6004.473 6004.483
Level 5/6 9:15 AM 6005.463 6005.473 6005.483
Date 9/18-10/9 10/23-11/13 11/27-12/18
Price $16/$20 $16/$20 $16/$20
Water
Explorers
8:30 AM 6150.463 6150.473 6150.483
Tuesday & Thursday Mornings
Time Sept Ssn Oct Ssn Nov Ssn Dec Ssn
Date
9/6-9/29
(4Wks)
10/4-10/27
(4Wks)
11/1-11/17
(3Wks)
11/29-12/15
(3Wks)
Price $30/$37.50 $30/$37.75 $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 10:40 AM 6053.468 6053.478 6053.488 6053.190
Alligator 9:00 AM 6054.468 6054.478 6054.488 6054.190
Seal 10:05 AM 6055.468 6055.478 6055.488 6055.190
Dolphin 9:30 AM 6056.468 6056.478 6056.488 6056.190
Price $15/$18.75 $15/$18.75 $11.25/$15 $11.25/$15
Aquababy/tot
(Tues only)
9:30 AM 6050.468 6050.478 6050.488 6050.190
Price $16/$20 $16/$20 $12/$16 $12/$16
Water
Explorers
(Thur only)
9:30 AM 6150.468 6150.478 6150.488 6150.190
longmont Recreation Center Swim lessons
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CARA Fall In-line Hockey
An organized team participation program for boys and
girls in grades 3-8. The emphasis of the program is placed
on fun and participation. Teams will practice 2 hours per
week. Times, days and location of practices will depend
on coach’s availability. Games will be played in Longmont
or surrounding communities on Saturdays. Registration
Deadline is Sun, Aug 7. Mandatory Equipment: In-Line
skates, stick, HECC helmet, hip girdle, mouthpiece,
kneepads, elbow pads, hockey gloves, and shin guards.
Aug 15-Oct 22 Grades: 3-5 Code: 2019.301
Grades: 6-8 Code: 2019.302
Grades: 9-12 Code: 2019.303
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
Fall Youth Volleyball
An organized team participation program for youth in
grades 3-8. The emphasis of the program is placed on
teamwork, sportsmanship, skill development, fun and
participation. All teams will play an 8 game schedule with
practice two hours per week. Registration Deadline is Aug
28. Games begin Sept 17.
Sept 6-Nov 5 Grades: 3&4 Code: 2022.401
Grades: 5&6 Code: 2022.402
Grades: 7&8 Code: 2022.403
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
Youth Tennis lessons
Lessons are for beginner or advanced beginners and are
one hour in length (with the exception of 4-6 year olds,
which are 1/2 hour in length). Please wear tennis shoes and
bring a racket and water bottle. Balls will be provided.
Location: Hover Tennis Courts, 1361 Charles Dr
Fee: Ages 4-6: $22.50 resident/$28 non-resident
Ages 7-17 $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Dates/Days: Aug 23 – Sept 8, Tue & Thurs
Ages 4-6 4-4:30 pm Code: 2021.401
Ages 7-9 4:30-5:30 pm Code: 2021.410
Ages 10-12 5:30-6:30 pm Code: 2021.412
Ages 13-17 6:30-7:30 pm Code: 2021.414
Dates/Days: Sept 20 – Oct 6, Tue & Thurs
Ages 4-6 4-4:30 pm Code: 2021.402
Ages 7-9 4:30-5:30 pm Code: 2021.411
Ages 10-12 5:30-6:30 pm Code: 2021.413
Ages 13-17 6:30-7:30 pm Code: 2021.415
CARA Cross Country
The CARA Cross Country
program exposes
participants to running
long distance in a
recreational atmosphere.
Participants will have
the opportunity to gain
exposure to and compete
in a meet appropriate to age
and skill level. Practices are
coed and held on 2-3 times per week.
Optional meets will be held on Saturdays and/or Sundays.
You must provide a copy of a birth certifcate at time of
registration (or at frst practice if registering on-line).
9 to 14 years:
Sept 7-Oct 14, M/W/F, 5-6pm Code: 2016.400
Location: Sandstone Ranch Turf Fields, 3100 E Highway 119
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
nFl Punt Pass & Kick Competition – FRee!
Plan now for the exciting 2011 NFL Punt, Pass & Kick
Competition, co-sponsored in Colorado by the Colorado
Parks and Recreation Association and hosted by the
City of Longmont Recreation Services. Participants will
compete with boys or girls their age in three football skills
(punt, pass & kick) in four age groups: 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-
13 and 14-15 (age as of December 31, 2011). Winners
in each age and gender advance through sectional and
team (Broncos) competition with six winners selected for
the national competition held at an AFC Playoff game.
The local competition will be held at Sandstone Ranch
Community Park, 3001 E. Hwy 119.
6 to 15 years:
Saturday, Sept 10, competition begins at 9am
Fee: FREE
beginner Archery
Beginner Archery allows you to have fun while learning
a new skill in an outdoor setting. You will learn shooting
skills, safety, scoring, types of equipment and terminology.
Archery is an Olympic sport that teaches discipline and
concentration. Tom Adjutant is a nationally certifed Archery
instructor. All equipment will be provided.
*No class on Sept 27.
10-17 years:
Sept 6-Oct 4*, Tue, 5-6pm Code: 2035.403
Location: St Vrain Archery Club, South of Hwy 119 on WCR 5
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Intermediate Archery
Learn multiple aiming techniques, how to avoid bad habits,
and the fundamentals of tournament archery. You will have
the opportunity to compete with your classmates in a fun
outdoor environment. This class is limited to 8 students to
provide for personalized instruction. All equipment will be
provided. *No class on Sept 28.
10 to 17 years:
Sept 7-Oct 5*, Wed, 5-6:30pm Code: 2035.313
Location: St Vrain Archery Club, South of Hwy 119 on WCR 5
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
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Preschool Sports Clinics
These preschool clinics will focus on FUN, including basic
ball handling, passing, catching, hitting, dribbling and
scoring skills for preschoolers. Come in, socialize and
enjoy a workout while the little one burns some energy.
3 to 5 years: 10:30-11:15am
Soccer:
Sept 12–Oct 3 Mondays Code: 2037.411
Sept 14–Oct 5 Wednesdays Code: 2037.412
Oct 11–Nov 1 Tuesdays Code: 2037.413
Oct 13–Nov 3 Thursdays Code: 2037.414
T-Ball:
Sept 13–Oct 4 Tuesdays Code: 2037.401
Sept 15–Oct 6 Thursdays Code: 2037.402
Nov 7–28 Mondays Code: 2037.403
Nov 9–30 Wednesdays Code: 2037.404
Basketball:
Oct 10–31, Mondays Code: 2037.420
Oct 12–Nov 2 Wednesdays Code: 2037.421
Nov 8-29 Tuesdays Code: 2037.422
Nov 10-Dec 1 Thursday Code: 2037.423
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
YAb Kindergarten basketball
This program is an organized team participation program
for Kindergarten girls and boys. The emphasis of the
program is placed on teamwork, sportsmanship, skill
development and fun! Teams will meet 6 times and will not
include games. Each participant will receive a t-shirt and a
basketball.
Date/Day: Oct 7-Nov 11, Fridays
Times: 3:30-4:15pm Code: 2011.420
4:15-5pm Code: 2011.421
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non resident
YAb 1st-2nd Grade
basketball
This program is an
organized team
p a r t i c i p a t i o n
program for 1st-
2nd grade girls and
boys. The emphasis
of the program is
placed on teamwork,
sportsmanship, skill
development and fun!
Teams will play 2 exhibition
games towards the end of the
season on weeknights. Each participant will receive a
t-shirt and a basketball.
Dates: Oct 3–Nov 11
Days/Times: Mon & Wed, 4:15-5pm Code: 2011.410
Tue & Thu, 4:15-5pm Code: 2011.411
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
YAb – Youth basketball
The Young American Basketball Program (YAB) is an
organized team participation program for 3rd-8th grade
girls and boys. The emphasis of the program is placed on
teamwork, sportsmanship, skill development and fun! All
leagues will play an eight game schedule. Each participant
will receive a t-shirt and a basketball. The registration
deadline is Sun, Nov 27. Teams will practice two hours a
week and play games on Saturdays. All games will be held
at St Vrain Memorial Building, Longmont Recreation Center
or a local Middle School. Practice begins the week of Dec
5, 2011. Regular season games start on Jan 14, 2012. A
mandatory coaches meeting will be held on Thurs, Dec 1 at
6pm. This program is dependent upon volunteer coaches -
if you would like to volunteer, please call 303-774-4800.
Code: Code:
3rd Grade Girls 2010.101 3rd Grade Boys 2011.101
4th Grade Girls 2010.102 4th Grade Boys 2011.102
5th Grade Girls 2010.103 5th Grade Boys 2011.103
6th Grade Girls 2010.104 6th Grade Boys 2011.104
7th Grade Girls 2010.105 7th Grade Boys 2011.105
8th Grade Girls 2010.106 8th Grade Boys 2011.106
Fee: $66 resident/$82.50 non resident
basketball Skills Clinic
Wellborn Educational Services, Inc is pleased to offer
a basic ball handling and shooting camp to kids in 3rd
through 6th grade. Noel, who has coached for over 27
years, will teach ball handling and shooting skills before the
basketball season is upon us. These sessions are geared
to improve and increase speed and agility. The camp is for
kids just beginning to play the game of basketball and kids
who want to improve the skills they already have.
8 to 12 years:
Nov 7-9, Mon-Wed, 4:15-5:15pm Code: 2014.400
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
basketball ball Handling Camp
Wellborn Educational Services, Inc is pleased to offer a
basketball camp that specifcally teaches ball-handling
(dribbling) fundamentals. This camp is a great way to build
self-confdence and ability! Noel will truly TEACH (not just
show) young people, of all experience levels, the art of ball
handling! Camp includes a basketball and awards.
8 to 12 years:
Dec 27-29, Tues-Thurs, 8am-12pm Code: 2014.100
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $85 resident/$106.25 non-resident
Youth Tri Club Clinic
Join us for a clinic to see what Youth Tri Club is all about
and dust off the cobwebs before the start of next season.
7 to 18 years:
Nov 12, Sat, 4-5:30pm Code: 6263.400
Dec 10, Sat, 4-5:30pm Code: 6263.100
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $20 resident/ $25 non-resident
$15 youth tri club members
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Archery for Adults
Archery is great for improving
strength and concentration.
We will cover shooting
skills, safety, scoring and
terminology. You will be
exposed to several types of
equipment, styles and uses
for archery. Tom Adjutant is a
nationally certifed Archery Instructor.
All equipment will be provided. No class on 9/29.
18 to Adult: Sept 8-Oct 6, Thurs, 5-7pm Code: 2035.420
Location: St Vrain Archery Club, South of Highway 119
on WCR 5 (through the gates)
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
Adult Tennis lessons
Lessons are for beginners or advanced beginners. Please
wear tennis shoes and bring a racquet and water bottle.
Balls are provided. *No class Sept 3.
18 to Adult: Saturday, Aug 20-Oct 1*
Beginner: 9-10am Code: 2021.420
Advanced Beginner: 10-11am Code: 2021.421
Location: Hover Park Tennis Courts, 1361 Charles Dr
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Fall Adult Coed Soccer
Get your team and friends together to continue to grow
this great program. Coed is divided into two divisions
(Recreational and Leisure). Deadline is Sun, Aug 14: Late
registrations accepted on a space available basis ONLY at
the Longmont Recreation Center.
16 to Adult: Sandstone Ranch Park East 3001 E Highway 119
League Dates: Aug 24–Oct 12, Wednesdays
Total Team Fee: $670 player fees
Two payment option: $340 each payment = $680
Fall Adult Coed Kickball
Break out the old rubber ball and come play kickball. This
is a coed recreational kickball league (great for business
teambuilding!). The game is played between two teams of 8
players that consist of 4 female and 4 male players. Deadline
is Sun, Aug 14: Late registrations accepted on a space
available basis ONLY at the Longmont Recreation Center.
16 to Adult: Garden Acres Park, 2058 Spencer Street
League Dates: Aug 23-Oct 11, Tuesdays
Total Team Fee: $270 (no player fees)
Two payment option: $140 each payment = $280
Adult Flag Football
Leagues offered in Men’s 8 v 8 competitive and recreation.
Registration will be taken at the Longmont Recreation
Center only. Deadline is Sun, Aug 28.
18 to Adult: Sandstone Ranch Park 3100 E. Highway 119
League Dates: Sept 6-Oct 25, Tuesdays
Total Team Fee: $450(no player fees)
Two payment option: $230 each payment = $460
Free Agent Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Fall Adult basketball
Two classifcations of play will be offered, recreational
and leisure. Teams play one game per week. Registration
is accepted through September 11 at the Longmont
Recreation Center ONLY.
18 to Adult: Day
Recreation League: Wed, Sept 14-Nov 2
Location: Memorial Building
Leisure League: Thur, Sept 15-Nov 3
Location: Longmont Recreation Center
Total Team Fee: $400 (no player fees)
Two payment option: $205 each payment = $410
Free Agent Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
Drop In Adult Indoor Soccer
Again this year, indoor soccer will be offered as a drop in
program on Sunday evenings at the Longmont Recreation
Center. Come and keep your skills sharp and your body in
shape!
18 to Adult: Nov 13-Mar 18, Sundays 6-8pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Gym, 310 Quail Rd.
Weekly Drop-in Fee: $5(cash, check or visit card only)

Winter Adult basketball
Two classifcations of play will be offered, recreational and
leisure. Teams play one game per week. Packets will be
available Mon, Nov 7. Registration is from Nov 7-Jan 1,
2012, at the Longmont Recreation Center ONLY.
18 to Adult: Day
Recreation League Wed, Jan 4-Mar 14
Location: Memorial Building
Leisure League Thurs, Jan 5-Mar 15
Location: Longmont Recreation Center
Total Team Fee: $470(no player fees)
Two payment option: $240 each payment = $480
Free Agent Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Senior Pickleball
Check out this fun, unique game best described as a hybrid
of tennis and badminton. Join other active seniors on two
courts up to three times a week.
55 years +: Mon, 10am-12pm; Tue, 2-3:30pm; or Thurs, 2-4pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: Daily admittance
Senior Volleyball
The Colorado Senior Volleyball Association is a league for
senior (age 50+) co-ed volleyball teams throughout the Front
Range metro area. Teams practice on Mondays, 2-4pm, at
the Longmont Recreation Center. Matches are hosted on
Wednesday afternoons, at home and throughout the Front
Range. To register or for more information, contact Theresa
at 303-651-8578 or theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us.
50 years+: Sept 7 – Dec 30
Fee: $40 resident/ $50 non-resident
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WATeR FITneSS
Aqua Motion: A mild, no-
bounce class for stretching and
toning muscles and improving
cardiovascular conditioning, CORE
stability and joint mobility. A great
class if you have arthritis, joint
limitations or replacements.
Longmont Recreation Center
Aqua Power: A high intensity
predominately shallow water running
and cardiovascular interval class
designed to burn 500-700 calories in
an hour and target buns, thighs and
abs! Longmont Recreation Center
Deep H2O Aerobics: A moderate
intensity water ftness class with no
impact to the joints. Floatation belts
are provided. Centennial Pool;
Longmont Recreation Center
H2O Fitness: A high intensity
combination aerobic class involving
different workouts (Aqua Step,
Kickboxing, Circuit Training).
Longmont Recreation Center
Hydro2ga **: A meditative no
impact, high resistance, deep water
exercise program that does not use
foatation devices. Please call
303-651-8406 for dates and fees.
Centennial Pool
Masters Swimming: Improve
your skills and stamina through
intervals, drills and distance
swimming. Centennial Pool;
Sunset Pool thru 9/3; Longmont
Recreation Center beginning 9/6,
evening time 10/4
Beginning Masters Swimming:
This program is recommended for
adults who are comfortable swimming
200 yards non-stop. Centennial Pool
Morning Fitness: Aerobic
conditioning is what this class is all
about. Longmont Recreation Center
Natal by Sea: A low impact
aerobics. Increase your cardiovascular
resistance as well as tone, condition
and strengthen muscles used during
pregnancy, birth and recovery.
Longmont Recreation Center
NEW Water Walking
Walk the shallow waters and use
water resistance to strengthen your
lower body without stress on your
joints. Centennial Pool - See
Longmont Recreation Center’s
pool schedule for suggested lazy
river walking times.
lAnD FITneSS
ABS & Arms: Upper body and core
training at its fnest!
Longmont Recreation Center
Ballblast: Using a ftball, train your
body while developing strength,
increasing fexibility and toning your
muscles. St Vrain Memorial Building;
Longmont Recreation Center
Boot Camp: High intensity
interval sports conditioning, running,
plyometrics and calisthenics.
Longmont Recreation Center
Butts & Gutts: Lower body and
core training at its fnest!
Longmont Recreation Center
Cardio Kickboxing: Kickboxing
moves high and low levels of intensity.
Longmont Recreation Center
Cardio/Sculpt: A cardio and
sculpting class that has cardio
components and uses combined
muscular strength and endurance
exercises. Longmont Recreation
Center; St Vrain Memorial Building
Core Plus: Working abs, glutes,
legs and arms. This class does it all!
Centennial Pool
Fitness Sampler: 4-6 segments
from our 10 base land ftness class
formats. A little bit of everything.
Longmont Recreation Center
Indoor Cycling: No impact, high
intensity stationary bike workout.
Trainers are provided at Centennial
Pool for your own bike. Centennial
Pool; Longmont Recreation Center
*Jazzercise: Aerobics dance,
all ftness levels welcome. (Please
check in with Jazzercise – a separate
table will be set up for them). For
more information call 720-494-0312.
$32 Electronic Funds Transfer
Per Month Plus $30 Joining Fee
$80 8 Weeks Pass Plus
$30 Joining Fee
$7 One class-walk in
Beginning Latin Aerobics: A Latin
American dance ftness class that will
challenge your cardio and coordination
skills. St Vrain Memorial Building
NIA: (Neuromuscular Integrative
Action) Body-mind whole body
conditioning based on pleasure and
The Joy of Movement. Combines
dance, martial arts and yoga. Designed
for barefoot, shoes are optional.
Longmont Recreation Center
Family NIA: Share the fun and
playfulness of your NIA class with
your children. Ages 5+, all children
must be accompanied by an adult.
(Sept 10, Oct 1, Nov 5, Dec 3; Time
1-2:15pm) Instructor: Marcia Babcock
Longmont Recreation Center
New to NIA: This special class
teaches the theory and steps
you’ll see in any NIA class. (Sept
17, Oct 15, Nov 12, Dec 10, Time
1-2:15pm) Instructor: Marcia Babcock
Longmont Recreation Center
Gentle NIA: A lower intensity of
NIA. St Vrain Memorial Building
Pilyoga: A sculpting and stretching
class using a combination of Yoga
poses and Pilates core conditioning.
Longmont Recreation Center;
St Vrain Memorial Building
Power of 3: Cardio-Sculpt-Stretch.
A low-impact ftness class.
St Vrain Memorial Building
Pure & Simple Stretch:
A class of only stretching and
fexibility training. Centennial Pool;
Longmont Recreation Center;
St Vrain Memorial Building
Sculpt & Tone: A sculpting class
for beginners to intermediate that
keeps moving from one exercise to
another. Longmont Recreation
Center; St Vrain Memorial Building
Step/Step & Condition: A
low impact aerobic class with step
choreography on step platforms.
Interval format includes alternating
steps and weights/sculpting.
Longmont Recreation Center;
St Vrain Memorial Building
Tai Chi: Combines fuid movements
of upper and lower body. The “24
Form” of the Yang Style.
Longmont Recreation Center
Zumba®: Ditch the workout and
Join the Party!
Longmont Recreation Center;
St. Vrain Memorial Building
Fitness Class Announcements:
No regular ftness classes on Mon,
Sept 5; Thurs, Nov 24; or Sun, Dec 25.
We have specialty land and water
ftness classes available on Thurs,
Nov 24, at Centennial Pool and the St
Vrain Memorial Building. Check with
the facilities for more details
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land Fitness Classes
Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
5:30am Indoor Cycling-R Indoor Cycling-R
6:00 am
Indoor Cycling-R
Boot Camp-R
starts 9/13
Indoor Cycling-R
Boot Camp-R
starts 9/15
Indoor Cycling-R
Cardio Sculpt-M Sculpt & Tone-M Cardio Sculpt-M Sculpt & Tone-M Cardio Sculpt-M
6:30 am
**Beginning TRX-C
Indoor Cycling-R
starts 10/4
**Beginning TRX-C
Indoor Cycling-R
starts 10/6
**Advanced
TRX-C
**Advanced TRX-C
7:00 am
Abs & Arms-R Abs & Arms-R Pilyoga-R
Cardio
Kickboxing-R
(7:30 am)
Butts &Gutts - R
(7:30 am)
Cardio Sculpt -M
Combined TRX-C
** (7:30am)
8:00 am
** Jazzercise
Regular-R
Butts and Gutts-R
** Jazzercise
Regular-R
Butts and Gutts-R
** Jazzercise
Regular-R
SilverSneakers®
Yoga Stretch-R
Ballblast-R
Pure & Simple
Stretch-C
Adv Pilyoga-R
Pure & Simple
Stretch-C
Fitness
Sampler-R
** Jazzercise
Regular-M
Gentle NIA-M
**(8:20am)
Jazzercise
Sculpt-R
Gentle NIA-M
**(8:20am)
Jazzercise
Sculpt-R
(8:10am)
Indoor Cycling-R
8:45 am
Cardio
Kickboxing-R
9:00 am
Cardio
Kickboxing-R
SilverSneakers®
MSROM-R
Cardio
Kickboxing-R
SilverSneakers®
MSROM-R
Cardio Sculpt-R Cardio
Kickboxing-R Pilyoga - R
9:15 am
**Jazzercise-R **Jazzercise-R **Jazzercise-R **Jazzercise-R **Jazzercise-R Pilyoga-M
Power of 3-M Step-R
SilverSneakers®
YogaStretch-R Step-R Power of 3-M
Power of 3-M
10:00 am
SilverSneakers®
Cardio Circuit
Core Plus-C
SilverSneakers®
Cardio Circuit
Cardio /Sculpt-R
10:15 am Sculpt & Tone-R Sculpt & Tone-R
Step &
Condition-R
NIA-R
10:30 am Pilyoga-M Sculpt & Tone-R Sculpt & Tone-R
Zumba®-M
starts 9/10
11:15 am
(11:45 am)
Cardio Sculpt-R
NIA-R
12:00 pm
Cardio/Sculpt-R NIA-R Zumba®-R NIA-R Cardio/Sculpt-R
Adv Pilyoga-M Ballblast-M Pilyoga-M
Beg. Latin
Aerobics-M
12:15 pm Tai Chi - R Tai Chi - R
1:00 pm
(1:15 pm)
**Begininng Bike
& More-C
(1:15 pm)
**Begininng Bike
& More-C
(1:30 pm)
Zumba®-R
Fitness Sampler-
R starts 10/2
4:15 pm
(4:30 pm)
(4:30 pm)
Indoor Cycling-R
Cardio Sculpt-R
(4:30 pm)
Indoor Cycling-R
Cardio Sculpt-R
(4:30 pm)
Butts & Gutts-R
5:30 pm
(5:45 pm)
Indoor Cycling-R Sculpt & Tone-R Indoor Cycling-R Sculpt & Tone-R Boot Camp-R (4:30pm) Zumba®-R
Boot Camp-R Pilyoga-R Boot Camp-R Pilyoga-R
(5:45 PM) Step &
Condition-M
**Jazzercise-M
(5:45 PM) Step &
Condition-M
**Jazzercise-M
Zumba®-M
6:00 pm Indoor Biking -C Indoor Biking -C NIA-R
6:30 pm
(6:45pm)
Zumba®-R
Pilyoga-R
Cardio Sculpt-R
Pilyoga-R
NIA-R NIA-R
Key
C - Centennial
Pool
R - Recreation
Center
M - Memorial
Building
** Extra Fee
* Will not meet on no-school days
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Water Fitness Classes Effective 9/6/2011
Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
6:00 am
Masters
Swimming-C
Masters
Swimming-C
Masters
Swimming-C
6:45 am
Masters
Swimming-C
7:30 am Aqua Motion-R Aqua Motion-R Aqua Motion-R Aqua Motion-R Aqua Motion-R
8:00 am Water Walking-C Water Walking-C
9:00 am
Morning H2O
Fitness-R
Aqua Power-R H20 Fitness-R Aqua Power-R
Morning H2O
Fitness-R
Natal By Sea-R
Deep Water -C Deep Water -C Deep Water -C Deep Water -C Deep Water -C
10:15 am
SilverSneakers®
SilverSplash
SilverSneakers®
SilverSplash
12:00 pm
Deep H20
Aerobics-R
Masters
Swimming-R
Deep H20
Aerobics-R
Masters
Swimming-R
Deep H20
Aerobics-R
**Hydroga-C
Deep Water -C
6:00 pm
Deep H20
Aerobics-R
Natal By Sea-R
Deep H20
Aerobics-R
Natal By Sea -R
6:30 pm
Masters
Swimming-R
starts 10/4
Masters
Swimming-R
starts 10/6
7:30 pm
Beginning
Masters - C
Beginning
Masters - C
8:00 pm Deep Water-C Deep Water-C
Key
C - Centennial
Pool
R - Recreation
Center
M - Memorial
Building
** Extra Fee
Personal Training Policy
The Longmont Recreation Center, St Vrain Memorial
Building and Centennial Pool are City of Longmont operated
and insured facilities. Therefore, only City employees can
perform Personal Training within City facilities.
Personal Training
Training can include core and balance training, basic weight
training, nutrition advice and muscle building. Individual
workout programs can be designed to ft all your ftness
needs. Sport specifc and rehab programs also available.
Call the Longmont Recreation Center at 303-774-4800, St
Vrain Memorial Building at 303-651-8404, or Centennial
Pool at 303-651-8406 for more information.
Days and Times by appointment.
Fees: Private Semi-Private
1 session- $40/ $50 1 session- $50/ $62
5 sessions- $175/ $220 5 sessions- $225/ $282
10 sessions- $325/$406 10 sessions- $425/ $532

Weight Room orientations
Please call the Longmont Recreation Center at 303-774-
4800, Centennial Pool at 303-651-8406 or the St. Vrain
Memorial Building at 303-651-8404 for orientation class
dates and times.
Quick Fit
$2 Quick Fit Workouts are available at Centennial Pool,
exclusively to parents of learn-to-swim classes while
their children swim, and at the St Vrain Memorial Building,
exclusively to parents of tumbling classes while their
child is in class.
Fitness Assessment Program
The City of Longmont Recreation Services offers several
ftness assessment options at the Longmont Recreation
Center, St Vrain Memorial Building and Centennial Pool.
Call Cindy Krafft at 303-774-4752 for more information or
to get your program set up today!
Body Composition
Designed for those who already know their ftness levels but
want to monitor their body composition. Includes: height,
weight, BMI, body fat %, waist-to-hip ratio and circumferences
Fee: $10 resident/ $12.50 non-resident
Body Analysis: Muscular Balance Assessment
Determine your relative muscular balance between the major
muscle groups and right to left. Receive a consultation on
what injuries and chronic pains imbalance can cause and how
to adapt your workout to rebalance your body. Includes: all
major muscle groups of the upper and lower body, shoulder
and hip rotators, muscular strength and muscular endurance
testing as well as independent right and left side analysis
Fee: $30 resident/ $38 non-resident
Diet Analysis
Record your food intake for 5 days and receive a detailed
printout of individual meal analysis as well as average
daily calories, vitamin and mineral intake, and grams of
carbohydrates, fats and proteins consumed. Results are
compared to the RDA for each category.
Fee: $10 resident/ $12.50 non-resident
JUMP-START:
Fitness Assessment and Orientation
Designed for those who just want to take the frst step and don’t
know where to start! Includes: health history screening, 30-minute
consultation, personalized ftness profle and weight room orientation.
Fee: $30 resident/ $38 non-resident
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SilverSneakers®
Fitness Program
This Medicare eligible
ftness program offers
SilverSneakers members
unlimited access for daily
admission to the Longmont Recreation Center. The members
may have the opportunity to use ftness equipment, pool,
steam/sauna and signature SilverSneakers classes, which
are specifcally designed for older adults and taught by
certifed instructors. To fnd out more call Heather @ 303-
774-4718 or stop into the Longmont Recreation Center and
get signed up!
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
SilverSneakers® Orientations
A facility orientation will be held for SilverSneakers®
participants the frst and third week of the month. The one-
hour orientation will provide a tour of the facility and an
overview of the ftness equipment.
Days/Times: Thursdays, 9am: Sep 1, Oct 6, Nov 3, Dec 1
Thursdays, 3:30pm: Sep 15, Oct 20,
Nov 17, Dec 15
SilverSneakers®
Muscular Strength & Range of Motion (MSROM)
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises
designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement,
and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic
tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and
chair is used for seated and/or standing support.
Days/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9-9:45am
SilverSneakers® YogaStretch
YogaStretch will move your whole body through a complete
series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is
offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed
to increase fexibility, balance and range of movement.
Restorative breathing exercises and fnal relaxation will
promote stress reduction and mental clarity.
Days/Times: Wednesdays 9:15-10am & Sundays, 8-8:45am
SilverSneakers® Cardio Circuit
Combine fun with ftness to increase your cardiovascular and
muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout.
Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic
tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated
with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for
support, stretching, and relaxation exercises.
Days/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10-10:45am
SilverSplash®
Activate your aqua urge for variety! SilverSplash offers lots
of fun shallow-water moves to improve agility, fexibility and
cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required,
and a special SilverSneakers kickboard is used to develop
strength, balance and coordination.
Days/Times: Mondays & Fridays, 10:15-11am
Water Walking at Centennial Pool
Come walk the shallow waters at Centennial Pool and use
natural water resistance to strengthen your lower body
without stress on your joints. The 1st and 3rd Monday of the
month, an instructor will lead the class to show movements
and equipment to use giving you the most beneft until the
next instructor led time.
Days/Time: Monday/Wednesday, 8-8:45am
Dates: Sept 6-Dec 15
Fee: Recreation Facility drop-in rate or pass
beginning bike & More
A low impact, slower paced ride for 15-20 minutes followed
by a stretch, strength and toning program for 15-20 minutes.
*No classes Nov 22 or 24.
Days/Time: Tuesday/Thursday, 1:15–2pm
Dates: Sept 6-29 Code: 6267.400
Oct 4-Oct 27 Code: 6267.401
Nov 1-Nov Dec 1* Code: 6267.402
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $27 resident / $33 non-resident
TRX is HeRe!
TRX is a distinct training system that uses your own body
weight and gravity as resistance. This training system
is unique, simple to perform, but challenging as every
movement requires balance and core strength. Don’t
have these? TRX will develop them and take care of any
neglected muscle groups your regular program misses.
This program is a great supplemental workout for athletes
or a stand alone program for every ftness level. It is a true
total body workout!
Beginner Class: Mon/Wed, 6:30-7:15am
Dates: Sept 12-Oct 28 Code: 6106.405
Nov 2-Dec 14 Code: 6106.406
Advanced Class: Tues/Thurs, 6:30-7:30am
Dates: Sept 12-Oct 28 Code: 6106.410
Nov 2-Dec 15 Code: 6106.411
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Instructor: Alison Zemanek, NASM CPT
Fee: $140 resident/ $160 non-residents
$100 pass holders
TRX Combined
Come on Saturdays and try the TRX class. Beginners and
Advanced are combined for this full hour workout.
Day/Time: Saturday, 7:30-8:30am
Dates: Sept 10-Oct 22 Code: 6106.400
Nov 5-Dec 17 Code: 6106.401
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $80 resident/ $100 non-resident
$60 pass holders
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PR (Personal Record) in a 10K
Jim Hallberg, cross country coach and winner of several
triathlons, is on hand to assist you in your goals. Weekly
coached workouts and homework to get you through the
rest of the week will move you towards your 10K goal.
Participants of this program will receive $5 off registration
for the Longmont Turkey Trot on Saturday, November 12.
Adult: Sept 13-Nov 8
Times: Tues, 5:45-6:45am Code: 6268.401
Tues, 6-7pm Code: 6268.402
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $70 resident/ $87.50 non-resident
barre bodies
The Barre Bodies method uses the ballet barre, light
weights, and mats to fatten abs, tone the thighs, and
tighten the arms. This is a great way to combine body
sculpting with cardio and strength training, using your own
body weight as resistance. Exercises are interchanged
with slow stretches to allow the body to recover.
16 to Adult: Thursdays, 6:30-7:25 pm
Dates: Sept 1 - Oct 6 Code: 4405.400
Oct 13 - Nov 17 Code: 4405.401
Instructor: Cynthia Huerta
Location: Mountainside Dance Academy,
1822 Sunset Pl, Ste A
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Self Defense for Women
Fear of being physically assaulted can be just as traumatic
as an actual assault. Learn what happens before, during,
and after an attack. Experience what it takes to repel an
attacker, and reduce the risk of becoming a victim by
improving your confdence, self-esteem. Taught by the
Longmont Martial Arts Academy. $10 discount given for
daughters and siblings, must register at the same time. For
information call 303-684-5846.
14 to Adult: Sept 18, Sun, 1:30-4:30pm Code: 4650.421
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees: $25 resident/ $31.25 non-resident
Aikido For Adults
Aikido is a non-violent martial budo of Japanese origin:
students learn to harmonize with the energy of partners,
not opponents, and redirect and control that energy
without resorting to fghting. Aikido Shugenkai training is
non-competitive and fosters a cooperative and supportive
attitude. Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Classes are
ongoing and students may join at any time.
18 to Adult: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7-9 pm
Dates: Sept 1-29, Oct 4-27,or Nov 1-29 Code: 4200.4
Dec 1-29 Code: 4200.100
Instructor: Paula Lydon
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/ $62.50 non-resident
Drop in Fee: $8 resident/$10 non-resident

Tae Kwon Do
for Adults
Tae Kwon Do is a
Korean martial art that
offers physical ftness,
improved self confdence,
and more. Learn self defense
techniques and traditional
movements through ongoing
classes. Good for beginning or
experienced students. Each student
receives a free uniform. Taught by
3rd-degree Black Belt John Lynn.
For information call, 303-684-5846.
Drop-ins welcome.
16 to Adult: Mon/Wed, 8-9pm; Fri 6:30-730pm
Dates: Sept 2-30, Oct 3-28, Nov 2-30 Code: 4650.4
Dec 2-30 Code: 4650.113
Instructor: Longmont Martial Arts Academy
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
Drop in Fee: $8 resident/ $10 non-resident
Taste of Centennial Fitness
Come for a 45 minute taste of the wide variety of land and
water ftness classes available at Centennial Pool during
this special sampler day. Come for one or more, all for one
price. Questions? Call 303-651-8406 or visit
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec
Day/Date: Sept 10, Saturday
Time/Class: 6:45am – Masters Swimming
7:30am – TRX (land)
8:30am - Beginner Biking (land)
9:15am – Beginning Masters Swimming
9:45am – Deep Water Fitness
10:30am – Synchronized Swimming
12:15pm – Stretch & Tone (land)
1pm – Water Walking
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $2
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Alignment based Yoga
For Beginners and Continuing Students, this class includes
basic, weight-bearing standing poses that safely improve
strength and balance; a hip balancing series for tight
hamstrings, thighs, and hips; twists and gentle backbends
for bringing mobility to the spine; and more. This slow style
of yoga relieves stress and promotes inner calm.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 4-5:15 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 12-26 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4403.400
Oct 3-31 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 4403.401
Nov 7-28 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4403.402
Instructor: Gwyn Cody
Dec 5-12 $14 res/ $17.50 non-res 4403.100
Instructor: Heidi Nordlund
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident

Wellness Yoga
Yoga serves as a resource for personal growth and
healing. Yoga is a vehicle for deepening the experience
of unity between Body, Mind and Soul. This class offers
a wide variety of yoga poses and breathing techniques to
increase balance, fexibility and strength in body and mind,
and a greater sense of inner peace and joy. Beginner and
intermediate. Please bring a thick blanket and yoga mat if
you have them.
16 to Adult: Mondays, 5:30 -6:45 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 12-26 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4404.400
Oct 3-31 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 4404.401
Nov 7-28 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4404.402
Dec 5-12 $14 res/ $17.50 non-res 4404.100
Instructor: Heidi Nordlund
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
Hatha Yoga
Yoga is good for what ails you. Regular practice improves
the functioning of all the bodily systems, lubricates joints,
improves concentration, aids with depression, releases
tension and develops internal happiness and wisdom.
Yoga integrates us- and that feels good.
16 to Adult: Tuesdays, 9-10:30 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 6-27 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4415.400
Oct 4-25 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4415.401
Nov 1-29 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 4415.402
Dec 6-20 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4415.100
Instructor: Maura Youle
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
beginning/Advanced
beginning Yoga
Class offers structurally
based yoga involving
slow and deep basic
poses and movements.
Strengthen your body
and release muscular
tensions, increase
clearer thinking and
concentration, and
foster greater emotional
wellness for yourself.
Feed your body and spirit.
Please bring a thick Blanket
and/or Yoga Mat.
14 to Adult: Fridays, 9:15 -10:15 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 9-30 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4400.420
Oct 7-28 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4400.421
Nov 4-18 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4400.422
Dec 2-16 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4400.120
Instructor: Nancy Coleman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident

Yoga for energy & balance
Enhance your vitality and re-energize in this all levels class.
Find and develop the strength that lies within you. This
class incorporates basic poses from various yoga styles
and integrates the poses into a fow that gets your body
moving. Arrive at class tired and leave with a renewed
sense of energy!
16 to Adult: Wednesdays, 12-1:15 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 7-28 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4406.400
Oct 5-26 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4406.401
Nov 2-30 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4406.402
Dec 7-14 $14 res/ $17.50 non-res 4406.100
Instructor: Troy McPeak
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident

Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa yoga is movement of body to rhythm of breath.
Invigorating and strengthening poses will tone your body
and your mind. Most poses will be held for several breaths
as you move deeper in postures that increase fexibility. All
levels welcome.
16 to Adult: Tuesdays, 5:15 -6:15 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 6-27 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4408.402
Oct 4-25 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4408.403
Nov 1-29 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 4408.404
Dec 6-27 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4408.100
Instructor: Lisa Reinhart
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
Yoga students: Please bring your own
yoga mat, if you have one. Yoga drop-in
students are welcome. Please purchase
Drop-In passes in advance at the front desk of
the Longmont Recreation Center or the St Vrain
Memorial Building. Monthly registered participants
have priority and will be notifed of any changes.
*
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Intermediate/Advanced Hatha Yoga
This class is for those with previous Hatha Yoga experience.
We will endeavor to move beyond merely “doing” Yoga
Asanas (postures) to explore the more subtle and joyful
aspects of our practice. Please bring a thick blanket, and
sticky mat.
18 to Adult: Wednesdays, 5:30 -7:30 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 14 - 28 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 4401.400
Oct 5-26 $40 res/ $50 non-res 4401.401
Nov 2-30 $50 res/ $62.50 non-res 4401.402
Dec 7-14 $20 res/ $25 non-res 4401.100
Instructor: Shar Lee
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident

Women’s Hatha Yoga
This class is for continuing students of the Hatha Yoga.
We will explore Asanas from the core, utilizing structural
alignment, pranayama, and Ayurvedic principles.
16 to Adult: Thursdays, 9-11 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 15-29 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 4402.400
Oct 6-27 $40 res/ $50 non-res 4402.401
Nov 3-17 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 4402.402
Dec 1 - 15 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 4402.100
Instructor: Shar Lee
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
open levels Yoga
Join us for an integrated
Yoga session that builds
on previous postures and
sequences. The body’s
natural wisdom is listened
for and encouraged with
attention to alignment,
strength, fexibility, breath,
fow, and the deep stillness of
restorative practice. Please bring a
thick wool or cotton blanket if you have one.
16 to Adult: Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 8-29 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4413.400
Oct 6-27 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4413.401
Nov 3-17 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4413.402
Dec 1-15 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4413.100
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
Sunday beginning Yoga
Are you new to yoga? Feel at ease through alignment based
foundational practice designed for every body. Honing
awareness, cultivate breath, strength, fexibility and deep rest,
coming to a greater understanding of your own well being.
Please bring a thick wool or cotton blanket if you have one.
16 to Adult: Sundays, 8:45 -9:45 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 11-25 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4414.400
Oct 2-30 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 4414.401
Nov 6-27 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4414.402
Dec 4-18 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4414.100
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident

Sunday Continuing Yoga
This new class is for the continuing student eager to
develop the art of yoga as a personal practice. A foundation
of gravity-friendly, gentle movement from the inside-out
prepares us for balancing and alignment-based postures,
rhythmic, fowing sequences, meditation and pranayama
(breathing sequences). Please bring a thick wool or cotton
blanket if you have one.
16 to Adult: Sundays, 10-11:30 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Sept 11-25 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4412.400
Oct 2-30 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 4412.401
Nov 6-27 $28 res/ $35 non-res 4412.402
Dec 4-18 $21 res/ $26.25 non-res 4412.100
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
Yoga for Hip Health Specialty Class
Come enjoy this special class encompassing Hatha and
Vinyasa styles to strengthen and stretch the hips. All levels
are welcome.
18 to Adult: Sept 24, Sat, 10-11 am Code: 4409.400
Instructor: Robyn Lambert
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $7 resident/$8.75 non-resident
Restorative Yoga
A lovely class to experience the delight of just being.
Using blankets and props to support the body, restorative
postures are held for longer periods of time. Superfcial
layers of stress and tension give way to deep rest and
opening. Restorative Yoga is appropriate for all levels, and
particularly for those recovering from injury, pain, stress or
illness. Bring a thick blanket if you have one.
16 to Adult: Oct 22, Sat, 1-2:45 pm Code: 4420.401
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
Special Mother/Daughter Yoga
Enjoy this time together, side by side, as you learn
and practice some fun and relaxing basic yoga poses
that promote healthy body care. Moms, daughters,
grandmothers and granddaughters are all invited.
Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Please bring a thick
Blanket and/or Yoga Mat.
Fee is per person.* Please Register early to assure your
place in class.
7 to Adult: Dec 19, Mon, 9:15-10:15 am Code: 4420.100
Instructor: Nancy Coleman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $7 resident/$8.75 non-resident
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Dance Dimensions has a policy of
allowing visitors to observe at the frst
and last class only. For ballet classes,
ballet shoes and appropriate attire
needed for class: please no satin ballet
shoes from discount stores. They do not
ft properly! For further clarifcation,
please call Dance Dimensions at 303-772-3750
Location: Dance Dimensions Studio, 638 Main St
Pre-ballet and Tap
A fun class for the child whose feet are always moving.
This class will introduce students to the basic techniques
of tap and ballet, as well as rhythm and coordination. Tap
shoes and ballet shoes are necessary.
4 to 5 years: Fridays, 9:45 -10:30 am
Dates: Sept 9 - Oct 28 Code: 4128.400
Fee: $78 resident/ $97.50 non-resident
Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 16 Code: 4128.402
Fee: $59 resident/$73.75 non-resident

Pre-ballet and Tumbling
A highly recommended, energetic class for the beginning
of dance technique for the young student. Basic tumbling,
ballet technique and creative movement will be the
emphasis of this class.
4 to 5 years: Fridays, 10:30 -11:15 am
Dates: Sept 9 - Oct 28 Code: 4129.400
Fee: $78 resident/ $97.50 non-resident
Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 16 Code: 4129.402
Fee: $59 resident/$73.75 non-resident

Tiny Tutus
This class is a wonderful introductory dance experience for the
very young student. Creative movement and basic technique will
provide confdence, coordination, strength and fun! Students
are asked to wear ballet shoes and appropriate dress.
3 years: Fridays,9-9:45 am
Dates: Sept 9 - Oct 28 Code: 4130.400
Fee: $78 resident/$97.50 non-resident
Dates: Nov 4 - Dec 16 Code: 4130.402
Fee: $59 resident/$73.75 non-resident
Rapunzel Princess Camp
This wonderful camp will include story and movie time,
crafts and coloring, ballet and choreography. There will be a
showing for friends and family the last 1/2 hour of the camp
on Oct. 8. Each dancer will need ballet shoes (not slippers),
leotard and tights, and a healthy snack and water.
4 to 6 years: Saturdays, 10 am-12 pm
Dates: Oct 1& 8 Code: 4114.400
Fee: $38 resident/ $47.50 non-resident

beginning ballet
Ballet classes help develop strength, coordination and body
placement. Basic technique, movement and terminology
will be explored, as well as basic barre work.
6 to 8 years: Nov 4 - Dec 16 , Fri, 5:15-6pm Code: 4100.401
Fee: $59 resident/ $73.75 non-resident

Hip Hop Jam Session
Come and experience a fun hour and a half of the newest in
hip hop moves, whether you are a beginner or have some
experience. Bring your friends and learn how to move for
your next school dance!
10 to Adult: Sept 24, Sat, 10:30-12:00 pm Code: 4105.400
Fee: $8 resident/ $10 non-resident

light Fantastic Jazz for Adults
This is a beginning to intermediate class that will have
a traditional jazz class format with compelling music,
fun combinations and a tolerant understanding of
physical restrictions. There will be a Pilates inspired core
strengthening segment included in the class.
18 to Adult: Wednesdays, 10-11:15 am
Dates: Sept 7 - Oct 26 Code: 4014.401
Fee: $80 resident/ $100 non-resident
Dates: Nov 2 - Dec 14 Code: 4014.402
Fee: $60 resident/ $75 non-resident

Adult Hip Hop
A fun, energetic, non-threatening class for adults! This
class offers a get away to rock out to funky music and
explore hip hop movement. Come and join the fun.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 7:30 -8:30 pm
Dates: Sept 12 - Oct 31 Code: 4013.401
Fee: $80 resident/ $100 non-resident
Dates: Nov 7 - Dec 12 Code: 4013.402
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Dance Divas
Come and be a part of the new, high energy form of dance
training. Students will be exposed to a variety of styles of
dance and music. Weeks 1&2: Jazz/Musical Theatre, Weeks
3&4: Ballet/Lyrical, Weeks 5: Hip Hop, Week 6: Review and
Showing (Family and Friends are welcome!)
Location: Mountainside Dance Academy,
1822 Sunset Pl, Ste A
Mini Dance Divas
3 to 4 years: Oct 1-Nov 5, Sat, 9:30 -10:30am Code: 4137.400
Lil’ Dance Divas
5 to 7 years: Oct 1-Nov 5, Sat, 10:30-11:30am Code: 4137.410
Fee: $65 resident/$80.50 non-resident
Winter Wonderland Dance Camp
Get ready for the holiday season with this fun one day camp.
Your children will enjoy a holiday themed dance class, a
craft to take home, snack and a story while you take some
time to get a head start on your holiday shopping. Students
will get their choice of a hip hop or jazz class. Girls and
boys welcome!
5 to 11 years: Dec 2, Fri, 5:30 -8:30 pm Code: 4140.400
Location: Mountainside Dance Academy,
1822 Sunset Pl, Ste A
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Dance Dimensions
Classes
Mountainside Dance Academy Classes
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Hip-PoP
Do you have the “Bieber Fever”? Do you like to listen and
dance to today’s POP/Hip hop music by Justin Bieber,
Miley Cyrus, Beyonce and Rihanna? If so, this is the class
for you! Hip-POP focuses on technique and specifc moves
set to today’s POP music. Learn a fun, choreographed
routine to up-beat music, and prepare to get your “boogie-
on”! All levels are welcome and spectators are welcome to
observe the frst day of class and fnal class, when students
will showcase what they have learned. *No Class Oct 31.
5 to 9 years:
Sept 12-Nov 7*, Mon, 6-6:55pm Code: 4103.401
10 to 15 years:
Sept 12-Nov 7*, Mon, 7-7:55pm Code: 4103.402
Instructor: Meshane Figueroa
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $72 resident/$90 non-resident

beginning ballroom for Couples
This is a fun, structured class for couples only, with an
emphasis on correct technique. Class size is small and
limited to enhance your learning and help you feel more
comfortable. You’ll learn the art of leading and following,
correct hold and posture, body mechanics and steps in
the smooth foxtrot, graceful waltz, rhumba and east coast
swing. *No Class Nov 23. The fee includes both partners.
14 to Adult: Wednesday, 7-8 pm
Sept 7 – Oct 5 Code: 4000.400
Oct 12 – Nov 9 Code: 4000.401
Nov 16 – Dec 21* Code: 4000.402
Instructor: Christian Thierens, aka “The Dancing Giant”
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $100 resident/$125.00 non-resident per couple

ballroom 2 for Couples
A fun, structured class with an emphasis on correct
technique for couples only, who have taken Beginning
Ballroom for Couples. The fee includes both partners.
14 to Adult: Wednesdays, 8-9 pm
Dates: Sept 7 – Oct 5 Code: 4000.410
Oct 12 – Nov 9 Code: 4000.411
Nov 16 - Dec 21 Code: 4000.422
Instructor: Christian Thierens, aka “The Dancing Giant”
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $100 resident/$125.00 non-resident
belly Dance basics for Fitness & beyond
Belly dance is a wonderful way to exercise and tone your
body. Develop better body awareness, posture, strength, and
grace in this 6 week class. Learn many basic moves, and how
to use basic moves to build combinations. Wear something
easy to move in. Some hip scarves & veils available, or bring
your own. No dance experience is necessary.
16 to Adult: Mondays, 7-8 pm
Dates: Sept 12 - Oct 17 Code: 4016.400
Oct 24 – Dec 5 Code: 4016.402
Instructor: Edna Hetchler
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $60 resident/ $75 non-resident
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
Casablanca Dance Studio Classes
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
beginning latin Dance
If you’re looking for a way to spice up your relationship,
come experience the rhythms and culture of Latin America
in this class. We will be learning the up beat Merengue,
lively Cha Cha and the romantic Rumba. This is a fun class
that is a great work out as well.
16 to Adult:
Sept 16 - Oct 14, Fri, 7-8 pm Code: 4047.400
Country Dancing
Get ready for the Country dance foor! We’ll be learning all
the basics for Texas Two-Step and Triple Step. In addition,
we’ll be learning some couples dances like Cowboy Cha-
Cha and Waltz Across Texas, so grab your boots and come
join us.
16 to Adult:
Sept 16 - Oct 14, Fri, 8-9 pm Code: 4022.400
night Club 2-Step
This is a beautiful slow dance done to soft rock love songs,
slow Latin, or slow contemporary music. It is romantic,
simple, and easy to learn. *No class Nov 25.
16 to Adult:
Oct 28 – Dec 2*, Fri, 7-8 pm Code: 4055.400
Swing
Swing is lively, up-beat and done to a wide variety of music.
In this class we’ll be learning Jitterbug swing which is the
simplest and easiest to do. We’ll be dancing to Big Band,
Popular, and Country music. *No class Nov 25.
16 to Adult:
Oct 28 – Dec 2*, Fri, 8-9 pm Code: 4064.400
Thriller Workshop
In tribute to Michael Jackson we are offering his signature
line dance just in time for the “Thrill The World” event.
16 to Adult: Oct 21, Fri, 7-9pm Code: 4065.401
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
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The SCOPE
This Program encourages people of all abilities to participate in recreational programs
and activities. The mission of SCOPE is to provide specialized support and recreational
opportunities to people with disabilities. Our vision is to enrich lives and create
experiences that are memorable, empowering, fun and safe for all participants.
(Supportive, Captivating,
& Original Programs & Experiences)
Scope: bowling
This program is designed to give each participant an
opportunity to continue a leisure activity skill that provides
fun and excitement for years to come. Participants should
have a basic knowledge of bowling because no instruction
is given. Each bowler will be participating at his/her own
pace. An additional fee of $1.00 will be collected from each
bowler per week for 2 games to Centennial Lanes.
8 to Adult: Sept 8-Nov 17, Thurs, 3-4 pm Code: 3000.411
Location: Centennial Bowling Lanes, 110 E 9th Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident

Special olympics Swimming Prep
Special Olympics Prep offers instruction and training to prepare
for Special Olympics Swimming season and competition.
8 to Adult: Sept 9-Nov 18, Fri, 5:30-6:30pm Code: 6010.401
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Scope-Volleyball
This program offers instruction and training for competition
in the Special Olympics Volleyball.
8 to Adult: Sept 13-Nov 15, Tues, 7-8pm Code: 3003.400
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident

Scope: Introduction to Drumming for Health
This introduction to drumming is fun, easy and accessible
to anyone. The Djembe drum from West Africa is the drum
of choice, and drums are provided. Simple rhythms will be
presented slowly and patiently.
14 to Adult: Tuesdays,5:15 -6:15 pm
Dates: Sept 6 Code: 3039.400
Oct 4 Code: 3039.401
Nov 1 Code: 3039.402
Dec 6 Code: 3039.403
Instructor: Gregg Hansen
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $9.50 resident/$11.85 non-resident
Scope Parties!
Ages: 8 years to Adult
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
Karaoke/Wii night
Get your groove on, and sing along
to your favorite tunes or play Wii
Michael Jackson: The Experience.
It is a motion-controlled rhythm
game that aims to have players
singing and dancing along with the
King of Pop, on more than two dozen
of his biggest hits. Players move their Wii
Remotes in time with the music, following on-screen cues.
Come join the fun!
Date/Time: Sept 26, Mon, 7-8:15pm Code: 3019.400
Halloween Costume Party
Come in costume! Enjoy Dancing to Thriller, Karaoke,
refreshments, and make crafts! Contest for best costume!
Date/Time: Oct 24, Mon, 7-8;15pm Code: 3018.401

60’s Flower Power Party
Hippies embraced the symbolism of the 60’s by dressing
in clothing with embroidered fowers and vibrant colors, tie
dyed shirts, wearing fowers in their hair, and distributing
fowers to the public, becoming known as fower children.
Come enjoy the music of the 60’s like the Beatles, Mamas
and Papas, Beach Boys, and Rolling Stones. Dress the part
and win a prize! Best costume and best tie dye!
Date/Time: Nov 14, Mon, 7-8:15pm Code: 3011.400

Holiday Party
Get in the spirit of the holidays! Come see the beautiful
lights in Roosevelt Park, make some holiday crafts and
decorate cookies to take home. Indulge in some holiday
tunes, cookies and hot chocolate as well!
Date/Time: Dec 12, Mon, 7-8:15pm Code: 3011.100
We would like to thank the following special people for donating their time and talents
to make a difference in the lives of the special people in our programs:
Connie Johnson, Joe Brooks, Terri Jansen, Tom DeHerrera, all of the Softball for All volunteers, Michelle Craig, Ben
Keith, Elizabeth Jackson, Dean Johnson, Jess and Waylon Cosner, Mark Powell, Russ Ray, Jim Keller, Lennie Steinman,
all of the Unifed Softball partners, Edward & Trudy Navarro for the great softball pictures, Meining Automotive, People
First, Germany Law, Cindy Haefele, Roxie Olson, Julie Markiewicz, Danette Anderson, all of the swimming volunteers,
Bill Palmer, the wonderful staff at Centennial Lanes, and everyone who so kindly supports the programs and activities of
people with special needs.
Interested in volunteering? Call 303-651-8394.
Thank You Volunteers!
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Tumbling Toddlers
Get toddlers moving and explore
basic gymnastics movements in
a fun and engaging setting.
This parent child class allows
you to enjoy one on one time
with your walking little one as
we learn coordination through
games and fun gymnastics activities.
Please remember changing bag.
*No class Nov 22 or 23.
1 to 2 years: Tuesdays, 9:15-10am Code:
Date/Fee: Sept 6-27 $32 res/$40 non-res 4821.400
Oct 4-25 $32 res/$40 non-res 4821.401
Nov 1-29* $32 res/$40 non-res 4821.402
1 to 2 years: Wednesdays, 11:15 – 12pm Code:
Date/Fee: Sept 14-28 $24 res/$30 non-res 4821.410
Oct 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4821.411
Nov 9-30* $24 res/$30 non-res 4821.412
Instructor: Linda Pellett
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Parents- our observation area is very limited. Parents
may wait in front lobby and observe class on a computer
monitor. Quick Fit is for parents while their child is in
a tumbling class. The Memorial Building Weight Room
Quick Fit is only $2 payable at the front desk prior to your
quick workout.
Kanga and Roo for Twos Tumbling
Come have fun with your little one while they learn to tumble.
We will be jumping, stretching and learning basic tumbling
skills in a fun and energetic way your child will love! Enjoy
one on one time while your child learns gymnastics with
the instructor. Child does not have to be potty trained but
please remember changing bag and water bottle. This is a
parent/child class. *No class Nov 21,23 or 24.
2 to 3 years: Mondays, 5:15-6pm Code:
Date/Fee: Sept 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.400
Oct 3-24 $32 res/$40 non-res 4822.401
Nov 7-28* $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.402
Dec 5-19 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.100
2 to 3 years: Wednesdays, 6:15-7pm
Date/Fee: Sept 14-28 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.410
Oct 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.411
Nov 9-30* $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.412
2 to 3 years: Wednesdays, 10:15-11am
Date/Fee: Sept 14-28 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.430
Oct 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.431
Nov 9-30* $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.432
2 to 3 years: Thursdays, 9:15-10am
Date/Fee: Sept 8-29 $32 res/$40 non-res 4822.415
Oct 6-27 $32 res/$40 non-res 4822.416
Nov 3-Dec 1* $32 res/$40 non-res 4822.417
Dec 8-22 $24 res/$30 non-res 4822.115
Instructor: Linda Pellett
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Jumping Joeys Tumbling
Jumping Joeys Tumbling class is a wonderful way to introduce
your child to gymnastics. Your child will learn beginning
gymnastics in a fun, interactive class designed specifcally
with the preschooler in mind. Stretching, mat work, spring-
board and basic tumbling will all be covered. Child should be
potty-trained. *No class Nov 21, 22, 23, or 24.
3 to 4 years: Mondays, 9:15-10am Code:
Date/Fee: Sept 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.440
Oct 3-24 $32 res/$40 non-res 4819.441
Nov 7-28* $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.442
Dec 5-19 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.140
Day/Time: Tuesdays, 11:15am-12pm
Date/Fee: Sept 6-27 $32 res/$40non-res 4819.400
Oct 4-25 $32 res/$40 non-res 4819.401
Nov 1-29* $32 res/$40 non-res 4819.402
Dec 7 – 21 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.100
Day/Time: Tuesdays, 5:15-6pm
Date/Fee: Sept 6-27 $32 res/$40 non-res 4819.410
Oct 4-25 $32 res/$40 non-res 4819.411
Nov 1-29* $32 res/$40 non-res 4819.412
Dec 7 – 21 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.110
Day/Time: Wednesday, 9:15-10am
Date/Fee: Sept 14-28 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.430
Oct 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.431
Nov 9-30* $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.432
Day/Times: Wednesdays, 5:15-6pm
Date/Fee: Sept 14-28 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.420
Oct 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.421
Nov 9-30* $24 res/$30 non-res 4819.422
Advanced Jumping Joeys
Advanced classes are available. Permission required by
the Instructor.
Instructor: Linda Pellett
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Kicking Kangas Tumbling
Kicking Kangaroo’s Tumbling class is a wonderful way to
introduce your child to gymnastics. Your child will learn
beginning gymnastics in a fun, interactive class designed
specifcally with the preschooler in mind. Stretching, mat
work, spring-board and basic tumbling will all be covered.
5 to 6 years Mondays, 10:15-11am Code:
Date/Fee: Sept 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4820.420
Oct 3-24 $32 res/$40 non-res 4820.421
Nov 7 – 28* $24 res/$30 non-res 4820.422
Dec 5-19 $24 res/$30 non-res 4820.120
5 to 6 years: Mondays, 6:15-7pm
Date/Fee: Sept 12-26 $24 res/$30 non-res 4820.400
Oct 3-24 $32 res/$40 non-res 4820.401
Nov 7-28* $24 res/$30 non-res 4820.402
Dec 5-19 $24 res/$30 non-res 4820.100
Advanced Kicking Kangas
Advanced classes are available. Permission required by
the Instructor.
Instructor: Linda Pellett
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
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boys endurance, Strength and Tumbling
Kicking Kanga class designed especially for boys! This class
helps build strength and endurance while learning basic
tumbling skills. Class includes stretching, basic tumbling,
mat work, spring board and more. *No class Nov 22.
5 to 6 years: Tuesdays, 10:15-11am
Date/Fee: Sept 6-27 $32 res/$40 non-res 4823.400
Oct 4-25 $32 res/$40 non-res 4823.401
Nov 1-29* $32 res/$40 non-res 4823.402
Dec 7 – 21 $24 res/$30 non-res 4823.100
5 to 6 years: Tuesdays, 6:15 – 7pm
Date/Fee: Sept 6-27 $32 res/$40 non-res 4823.410
Oct 4-25 $32 res/$40 non-res 4823.411
Nov 1-29* $32 res/$40 non-res 4823.412
Dec 7 – 21 $24 res/$30 non-res 4823.100
Instructor: Linda Pellett
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave

Itty bitty City
Snow or Shine, our toys are divine! Kids ages 6 mo to 5
years have lots of room to run and play! Parents must
supervise their children. Please, no older children. No fee
for babies. Look for Tuesdays to start in January.
Ages: 6 months to 5 years with a parent
Day/Time: Sept 9–Nov 18, Fridays, 9-11am
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $2 per child; 10 Visit Pass $17
SideKicks Tae Kwon Do
In this introduction to Martial Arts young children will
improve their balance, coordination, and positive learning
skills (such as listening, concentrating, and understanding
the value of practice) by focusing on basic martial arts
techniques. Uniform provided with frst monthly fee. For
Information call 303-684-5846.
4 to 6 years: Mon & Wed, 3:30-4:15pm
Dates: Sept 7-Sept 28 Code: 4650.431
Oct 3-27 Code: 4650.432
Oct 31-Nov 30 Code: 4650.433
Dec 5-28 Code: 4650.434
Instructor: Longmont Martial Arts Academy
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
“Cantamos”
“Cantamos” is a Parent/ Child music class in Spanish for
Spanish speakers or bilingual children. In this class we will
sing, dance, play instruments, and read books.
*No class Nov 25.
1½ to 3 years: Fridays, 11-11:30am
Dates: Sept 9-30 Code: 4500.440
Oct 7-28 Code: 4500.441
Nov 4 – Dec 2* Code: 4500.442
Instructor: Cintia Ciorciari
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $25 resident/ $31.25 non-resident
Fun Spanish
Come and have fun learning Spanish in a interactive class
where children will be singing songs, reading books, dancing,
playing games and making crafts. This is a drop-off class
designed for little ones. *No class Sept 19, Nov 22 or 25.
2 to 3 years: Fridays, 10-10:45am
Dates: Sept 9 – 30 Code: 4500.430
Oct 7-28 Code: 4500.431
Nov 4 – Dec 2* Code: 4500.432
Fee: $32 resident/ $40 non-resident
4 to 5 years: Mondays, 10-10:45am
Dates: Sept 12-Oct 3* Code: 4500.410
Fee: $24 resident/ $30 non-resident
Dates: Oct 10-31 Code: 4500.411
Nov 5-Dec 5* Code: 4500.412
Fee: $32 resident/ $40 non-resident
Instructor: Cintia Ciorciari
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd

Musicare Sing-a-long
Through singing, body movement, drumming and the
introduction of a variety of instruments and activities,
children learn the basics of music, while practicing age
appropriate social and motor skills. All instruments and
materials are provided. Second child discount applies to
siblings only. A parent/child class.
1 to 5 years: Wednesdays, 11:15-12:05am
Dates: Sept 7-28 Code: 4835.400
Oct 5-26 Code: 4835.401
Nov 2-30 Code: 4835.402
Instructor: Kelye L. Lotz
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $40 resident/ $50 non-resident
2nd child Fee: $20 resident/ $25 non-resident
Terrifc Twos
This class is geared for the 24-36
month old child and an adult to
spend quality time together. Class
will include songs, fnger plays,
art projects and the opportunity
for your child to learn social skills
while in a play environment. There
will be different activities each
session. Please pay $4 for additional
siblings who drop in class.
2 to 3 years: Fridays, 9-10am
Dates: Sept 9-Oct 14 Code: 4831.401
Oct 21-Nov 18 Code: 4831.403
Fee: $30 resident/ $37.50 non-resident
Autumn Apples
We are apple printing, stamping and so much more in this
fun flled hour. We will read Johnny Applesed and learn
about different types of apples. A parent/child class.
2 to 5 years: Sept 24, Sat, 10-11am Code: 4831.456
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $6.50 resident/ $8.25 non-resident
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Small Wonders Preschool
Small Wonders is licensed with the State of Colorado. Our program is designed to offer a variety of
developmentally appropriate activities that help each child develop to his/her fullest… socially, emotionally,
physically, creatively and cognitively. Classes follow the St Vrain School District calendar for holidays and
school breaks. Tuition is based on a full school year and is divided evenly through the nine months. May’s
2012 tuition is collected at the time of registration. For additional questions, please call 303-774-4757 or visit
our web site at www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/childrens/small_wonders.htm
Fun Time escape
Age: 3 years old by Sept 30, 2011
Dates: 8/29/2011–5/18/2012
Time: 9-11:30am
Days: Mon/Wed option or Tues/Thurs option
Fee: $100/month res & $125/month non-res
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
little learners
Age: 4 years old by Sept 30, 2011
Dates: 8/29/2011–5/18/2012
Time: 12:15-2:45pm
Days/Fees: Tue/Thurs option: $100/month res
or $125/month non-res
Mon/Wed/Fri option: $140/month res or $175/month non-res
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
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Mommy & Me Intro to Horses & Riding
Geared towards parent and their preschooler, the clinic
includes safety discussions, hands-on time brushing and
grooming gentle horses, and a turn to ride a horse with
parent leading the horse. Important Safety Rules: No younger
siblings in strollers or worn in carriers. Parent must remain
with child and be very hands on at all times. Wear closed
shoes and long pants. Riding Helmets are provided.
2 to 5 years: Sept 8, Thurs, 10-11:30am Code: 4733.430
Sept 14, Wed, 10-11:30am Code: 4733.431
Location: Sun Pony Ranch, 18490 County Rd 1
Fee: $40 resident/ $50 non-resident
busy builders
This parent/child class will be
hands on with basic tools and
wood. Create and play in this
workshop geared for busy hands.
Clamp, saw, hammer, and create
in the construction cone zone.
Lego blocks and wood toys will be
on hand in this informal environment.
3 to 5 years: Sept 23, Fri, 10:30-11:15am Code: 4870.401
Oct 28, Fri, 10:30-11:15am Code: 4870.402
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $7 resident/$8.75 non-resident
Creepy, Crawly, Critters
Come create these very special spooky critters with your
preschooler for Halloween. We will make crafts while
listening to music and stories. Wear your messy clothes for
this fun time.A parent/child class.
2 to 5 years: Oct 22, Sat, 10-11am Code: 4831.455
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $6.50 resident/ $8.25 non-resident
little Chefs
Kids love to help in the kitchen. We will prepare and explore
a variety of yummy foods in this fun and interactive class.
Please let us know in advance of any food allergies. Each
class kids will make different recipes.
3 to 5 years: Fridays, 10:30 -11am
Dates: Sept 16 Code: 4915.440
Oct 7 Code: 4915.441
Nov 4 Code: 4915.442
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident

Chilaxed Children
Enter a wonderful world of imagination and relaxation.
Relaxation techniques can help with anger management,
sleep problems, anxiety and self-esteem. Children will learn
simple mediations, breathing exercises and visualizations.
Enjoy a story and a craft in this relaxing environment. Please
wear comfortable clothing and bring a favorite blanket.
*No class Sept 19, Nov 21 or 23.
4 to 5 years: Mondays, 11-11:45am
Dates: Sept 12-Oct 3* Code: 4832.401
Fee: $26 resident/ $32.75 non-resident
Dates: Oct 10-31 Code: 4832.402
Nov 7-Dec 5* Code: 4832.403
Fee: $35 resident/ $43.75 non-resident
5 to 7 years: Wednesdays, 4:15-5pm
Dates: Sept 14-Oct 5 Code: 4832.410
Fee: $26 resident/ $32.75 non-resident
Dates: Oct 12-Nov 2 Code: 4832.411
Nov 9-Dec 7* Code: 4832.412
Fee: $35 resident/ $43.75 non-resident
Instructor: Karyn Sullivan
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
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Young Rembrandts
All material provided. Materials used may include pencils,
colored pencils, markers, and Sharpies™

Instructor: Young Rembrandt
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $50 resident/ $62.50 non-resident
Jr Zoo Workshop
Kids love to draw animals! Join us as we learn to draw
a variety of animals found at our local zoo. We will draw
giraffes, lions, tigers, birds and more.

5 to 7 years:
Nov 21-25, M/W/F, 9-10:30am Code: 4932.410

Monster Cartoon Workshop
Learn to draw wild faces, exaggerated features and scary
bodies. Learn a variety of basic cartoon techniques, while
enjoying the fun our creatures offer. The “monster under
the bed” the “closet monster” and many more will appear,
along with a multitude of original monster characters!

6 to 12 years:
Nov 21-25, M/W/F, 11am-12:30pm Code: 4932.411
Jr Princess Workshop
Everybody loves to play dress-up! In this workshop we
will learn to draw ourselves in “glamour” wear. Learn to
draw accessories including purses, crowns and jewelry.
Draw simple faces with crowns and hats then draw fgures
wearing fancy gowns with a variety of accessories. Step-
by-step Young Rembrandts drawing techniques will insure
our success!

5 to 7 years:
Dec 26-30, M/W/F, 11am-12:30pm Code: 4932.412
enchanted Wizards
From drawing an enchanted forest to a day at the races
with dragons, it’s nothing but fun in our classroom. The fnal
of day of the Enchanted Academy Workshop will introduce
our students to pastel chalks as they create a whimsical
drawing of a phoenix.

6 to 12 years:
Dec 27-30 T/Th/F, 3:15-4:45pm Code: 4932.414

Fashion Runway
Join us for 5 days of runway chic as we illustrate the various
aspects of fashion design. Hairstyles and accessories will
adorn the close-up drawings of our models. If you love to
draw magazine covers, design clothes, and are hip to the
latest fashions, this drawing workshop is for you.

6 to 12 years:
Dec 26-30, M-F, 1:30-3pm Code: 4932.413
Fee: $85 resident/ $106.25 non-resident

Mandarin Chinese
Learning to speak Mandarin Chinese is fun! Learning
to write Chinese characters is cool! Don’t know how to
pronounce the Chinese symbols? We offer Pin Yin, the
Chinese phonetics course. Interested in Chinese cultures?
Come and enjoy the Mandarin Chinese class step by step.

7 to 16 years: Saturdays, 12-12:45 pm
Dates: Sept 24-Oct 15 Code: 4586.411
Oct 29- Nov 19 Code: 4586.412
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/ $43.75 non-resident
Friendly Chess for Youth
Chess is a great game for kids and youth to learn
concentration, patience, visualization and analytical
thinking. Friendly Chess is a concept where there are no
clocks or trophies to win, but more importantly a way to
learn chess with others, socialize and share in fun times!
Also, your child will learn some history while they’re at it!
This is a beginning chess course.

7 to 13 years: Saturdays, 11 -11:45 am
Dates: Sept 10-Oct 1 Code: 4910.400
Oct 8-29 Code: 4910.401
Nov 5-Dec 3 Code: 4910.402
Instructor: Michael P Parenteau
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident
Aikido For Teens (13- 17 years)
Aikido is a non-violent martial budo of Japanese origin:
students learn to harmonize with the energy of partners,
not opponents, and redirect and control that energy without
resorting to fghting. Wear comfortable, loose-ftting
clothing. Shorts are not allowed. Classes are ongoing and
students may join at any time.

13 to 17 years: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7-9 pm
Dates: Sept 6-29 Code: 4202.400
Oct 4-27 Code: 4202.401
Nov 1-29 Code: 4202.402
Dec 1- Dec 29 Code: 4202.100
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
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Crackpots Clay Dates
Join us on the frst Friday
of the month for a fun
“clay date”. In each
class, kids will play
with clay and learn
hand building tools
and techniques to
help them create
a fabulous clay
masterpiece.
Cost includes all
materials, instruction
and fring for the
project, plus free studio
time to come back and
paint, glaze and fre their
masterpieces at Crackpots
Studio.

5 to 15 years Friday,4-5:15 pm
Bedroom Plaque Sept 2 Code: 4989.400
Pinch Pot Monster Oct 7 Code: 4989.401
Thanksgiving Cornucopia Nov 4 Code: 4989.402
Holiday Ornament Dec 2 Code: 4989.100
Location: Crackpot Studios, 505 Main St
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Korean Karate
Learn discipline, focus, concentration in a non-competitive
atmosphere along with the health benefts of physical
ftness, fexibility, etc. This class is meant to be an ongoing
physical and mental activity. Beginners to experienced
practitioners are welcome. Additional fees are required if
student wishes to test for ranking.

10 to 15 years: Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm
& Saturdays, 9:30-10:30am
Dates: Sept 8-Oct 1 Code: 4204.400
Oct 6-29 Code: 4204.401
Nov 3-Dec 3 Code: 4204.402
Instructor: Michael Parenteau
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Tae Kwon Do for Youth
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art that offers physical
ftness, improved self confdence, and more. Children and
young teens will learn how to channel energy in positive
ways, focus and achieve goals, stay safe, and build
their confdence. Learn what it takes to become leaders
through ongoing classes. A uniform is provided to each
student. Taught by 3rd-degree Black Belt, John Lynn. For
information, 303-684-5846. Drop-ins welcome.

7 to 16 years:
Mon/Wed 4:15-5:15pm; Fri 6:30-7:30pm Basic Code: 4650.48
Dates: Sept 1-30, Oct 3-31, Nov 2-30 Basic Code: 4650.48
Dec 2-30 Code: 4650.183
Instructor: Longmont Martial Arts Academy
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non resident
Drop in fee: $8 per class
Art with Amy
Join Amy Pallas, Licensed Art Teacher, to explore various
art mediums and techniques. All supplies are included.

Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave

Adventures in
Multi Media Art
Each day, we’ll be
inspired by the masters
as we explore a different
medium. Paint a
gorgeous sunset like
Bierstadt, create an
expressive oil pastel
portrait like VanGogh, and
carve a bestiary or an elegant
goblet like a Medieval craftsman.

7 to 12 years: Tuesdays, 4:45-5:45pm
Nov 1-15, $40 res/$50 non-res Code: 4936.441
How to Draw Animals
Learn to render animals realistically in pencil. Attention is
paid to proportion, texture, and shading. On the fnal day,
we’ll have fun combining parts of different animals to create
our own fantasy hybrid.

7 to 12 years: Tuesdays, 4:15-5:15pm
Oct 4-25, $25 res/ $31.25 non-res Code: 4936.445
Still life Drawing for Youth
Kids will create a unique still life drawing as they learn how
to depict our three dimensional world on a two dimensional
piece of paper. Whether a beginner or experienced artist,
kids will develop their talent as they apply line, form, value,
and proportion.

7 to 12 years: Tuesdays, 4:15-5:15pm
Sept 6-27, $25 res/ $31.25 non-res Code: 4936.405
Pottery Painting
Make a great fall project. Kids choose a project they can
glaze in class. Painted pieces will be fred and returned to
the St Vrain Memorial Building one week after class for pick
up. Class details available on-line.

3 to 11 years: Saturdays, 1:30-2:30pm Code:
Cereal Bowl Sept 17 4903.410
Spooky Pottery Oct 15 4903.411
Thanksgiving Pottery Nov 5 4903.412
Christmas Holiday Dec 10 4903.413
Instructor: Sherry Laurienti , Pottery Perfections
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $13 resident/ $16.25 non-resident
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Sewing Fundamentals I
Perfect for those who want to learn to sew! Learn to use
a sewing machine and fnish a project. We will make our
own unique personalized pillow with appliqué. Sewing
machines furnished. Bring $5 materials fee to frst class
made payable to the Instructor.

7 to 12 years:
Sept 26-Oct 3, Mon, 4-6pm Code: 4901.401
Oct 10-17, Mon, 4-6pm Code: 4901.402
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/ $50 non-resident +$5 materials fee

Sewing Fun-Decorative Designs on Jeans
Add some fair and pizzazz to your wardrobe! In this one
day class you will learn to add cool embroidery designs
to the leg and pocket of an old pair of jeans for a one of a
kind creation. Bring a pair of jeans. Sewing machines and
supplies provided.

9 to 14 years: Oct 24, Mon, 4-6pm Code: 4901.410
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/ $25 non-resident
Sewing Fun-Make a Fun Skirt
Kids have fun making a skirt from start to fnish. Learn to
cut and sew using an easy pattern. You will be the envy
of all your friends! Sewing machines provided. Supply list
available online or on your receipt.

9 to 14 years: Nov 7-14, Mon, 3:45-6pm Code: 4901.411
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/ $43.75 non-resident
Green engineering Play-Well TeK
Design and build machines powered by alternative energy
sources. Race solar cars, build a wind-powered electrical
generation facility, enter the human powered vehicle
competition, and invent a machine powered by stored
elastic strain energy. Instruction will be provided by staff,
but familiarity with LEGO technique is desirable. LEGOs
are for in-class use only.

7 to 12 years:
Nov 21-23, Mon-Wed, 1-4pm Code: 4802.401
Instructor: Play Well TEKnologies
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $93 resident/ $116.25 non-resident
Scholarship Information
The City of Longmont Recreation Scholarship Program
was formed to foster and encourage the advancement
of recreation opportunities in Longmont.
The “Recreation Opportunity Scholarship Program”
was created in 1999 to provide financial assistance
opportunities to Longmont residents: recipients must
live within Longmont City Limits. Not all program
offerings are eligible for scholarship.
More information is available by calling 303-774-4800
or www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/teen/scholarship.htm
Age of Applicant: Birth to 12th grade
Scholarship Availability: $100 maximum scholarship
per child per year
Application Process:
• Pick up an application at any Recreation Facility and return to 310 Quail Road.
• The application must include a letter of need an be completed and signed by parent or guardian.
• Submittal of application does not guarantee scholarship.
• Applicant will be notified regarding status.
• Applications can be turned in at any time.
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lego Pre-engineering Play-Well TeK
Build cities, bridges, and motorized cars/planes and
explore the many creative possibilities of engineering with
the LEGO system. With access to over 100,000 pieces of
LEGO, your child can build the structures of their dreams
with the support of an experienced Play-Well Engineering
instructor to guide them.

5 to 7 years:
Nov 21-23, Mon-Wed, 9am-12pm Code: 4802.400
Instructor: Play Well TEKnologies
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $93 resident/ $116.25 non-resident
SpaceTime Kids
Instructor: SpaceTime Kids
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $19.50 resident/ $24.25 non-resident
I Want To be An Astronaut Workshop
See and feel what it is like to train for launching into space
and exploring the planets, moons comets and asteroids of
our Solar System. Learn about programs NASA uses to get
astronauts ready for space travel, design space missions,
try out Micro Gravity Boots, experience a simulated rocket
launch and more.

5 to 12 years:
Sept 29, Thurs, 3:45-5:45pm Code: 4935.411

Solar System explorers
Solar System Explorers takes kids on an amazing journey to
the outer edges of the Solar System and back. See the rings
of Saturn in 3D, search Jupiter’s moons for signs of alien life,
explore the asteroid belt, listen to the sounds of The Sun,
feel the thrill of a gravity sling-shot and much more.

5 to 12 years: Oct 14, Fri, 10am-12pm Code: 4935.413
Mission: black Hole Workshop
SpaceTime’s Mission; Black Hole workshop takes kids on a
virtual journey straight into one of these amazing mysteries
of the cosmos. Manning their own fight consoles, explore
light swallowing oddities of the universe through activities
such as launching Black Hole Blasters, taking the Wormhole
Challenge, testing out “extreme gravity” and more.

5 to 12 years: Oct 14, Fri, 1-3pm Code: 4935.414
Intro to Horses & Riding
Class includes discussion on basic Safety Issues around
horses. Most of the class time will be “Hands-On” with the
kids learning to brush and groom the gentle horses. Classes
allow for riding time with the kids taking turns riding the
horses. Wear closed shoes and long pants. Riding Helmets
are provided.

5 to 7 years: Saturday, 4-5:30pm Code:
Dates: Sept 3 $32 res/$40 non-res 4733.400
Oct 8 $32 res/$40 non-res 4733.401

8 to 14 years: Saturday, 4-6pm
Dates: Sept 10 $43 res/$53.75 non-res 4733.410

Instructor: Sun Pony Ranch, 18490 County Rd 1
Geocaching
Do you like scavenger hunts, high tech gadgets, and being
outside? Learn how to use a GPS to fnd geocaches in and
around Longmont. Discover this new hobby and begin to
fnd treasure everywhere!

11 to 17 years: Saturday, 9am -2pm
Dates: Sept 24 Code: 4790.465
Oct 22 Code: 4790.466
Nov 19 Code: 4790.467
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident / $31.25 non-resident
no School Day
Mountain biking
New World Sports will
guide you through a
half day of beginner
to intermediate
mountain biking.
Snacks, water
bottle, gloves,
helmet and
mountain bike rental
are included. Trail
information will be provided
upon enrollment.

11 to 17 years:
Oct 14, Fri, 8am-12:30pm Code: 4790.401
Location: Departing from St Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $75 resident / $93.75 non-resident
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little Climbers 1
Are your kids climbing the walls at home? Then this course
is a great chance for your child to learn the basics of rock
climbing! We will cover technique, gear, commands and
safety.

6 to 11 years: 10-11:30am
Saturdays: Dates: Code: Dates: Codes:
Sep 10 4151.400 Oct 8 4151.401
Nov 5 4151.402 Dec 3 4151.403

Sundays: Dates: Code: Dates: Codes:
Aug 21 4151.313 Sep 18 4151.410
Oct 16 4151.411 Nov 13 4151.412
Dec 11 4151.413
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Climbing Wall,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident
little Climbers 2
This class is for those who know the basics of proper
harness use and other beginner climbing techniques. You
will develop technique, movement and balance through
instructional rock climbing. Completion of Little Climbers
1 is recommended.

6 to 11 years: Saturday, 10-11:30am
Dates: Sep 17 Code: 4152.400; or Oct 15 Code: 4152.401
Nov 19 Code: 4152.402; or Dec 10 Code: 4152.403
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Climbing Wall,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident
belay Clinic
This introductory 2-4 hour class includes belay techniques,
gear use, commands, bouldering and safety. Please sign
up with a partner.

15 to Adult: Thursdays, 6-9pm
Dates: Code: Dates: Code:
Sep 8-15 4153.400 ; or Oct 6-13 4153.401
Nov 3-10 4153.402; or Dec 1-8 4153.403
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Climbing Wall,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $24 resident/ $30 non-resident
Intro to Skateboarding
Come learn and practice basic skateboard moves. Balance,
kick turns, ollies, manuals as well as other street and ramp
tricks will be covered. Small classes ensure attention
to students. NO experience necessary. Please bring
skateboard, helmet, knee and elbow pads and a water
bottle.

6 to 12 years: Monday
Times: Date: Code: Date: Code:
5:30-7pm Aug 22 4767.401; or Aug 29 4767.402
5-6:30pm Sep 12 4767.403; or Sep 26 4767.404
5-6:30pm Oct 10 4767.405
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Skate Park,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
Intermediate Skateboarding
For those who have progressed from our Intro to
Skateboarding classes to those wanting to expand on
current skills. Pre-requisite: Basic skills and competency
on all parts of the Recreation Center skate park. Please
bring skateboard, helmet, knee and elbow pads and a
water bottle.

8 to 14 years: Wednesday Code:
Date/Time: Aug 17, 5:30-7pm 4767.316
Sept 7, 5-6:30pm 4767.411
Oct 5, 5-6:30pm 4767.412
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Skate Park,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
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Tree Climbing
Tree Climbing Colorado offers introductory recreational
tree climbing lessons using fun, easy-to-learn arborist
rope techniques, stressing both safety for climbers
and protection of trees. Certifed facilitator provides all
instruction and equipment. All minors must have parent/
guardian present. Important info: Wear long pants and
sturdy shoes.
7 to Adult: Saturday, 12:30–3pm
Dates: Sept 10 Code: 4783.400
Oct 8 Code: 4783.402
Location: Thompson Park, 4th & Bross
Fee: Youth: $26 resident / $33.25 non-resident
Adult: $29 resident / $36.25 non-resident
Intro to Dog Training
Become the “pack leader”
so that your dog will
naturally follow you.
Learn various types
of equipment and
approaches to dog
training. All dogs are
welcome. We will
discuss any behavioral
problems you may be
having with your dog,
such as barking, jumping
up, pulling on the leash,
aggression, etc.
12 to Adult: Sept 17, Sat, 9-10:30am Code: 4500.420
Instructor: Happy Tails Dog Ranch
Location: Sun Pony Ranch, 18490 County Rd 1
Fee: $45 resident/ $56.25 non-resident
beginning Dog obedience
Designed for dogs 4 months old and up to learn beginning
level obedience skills. Praise and affection, not treats,
are used in this training program. Please bring your dog,
a 6-foot leash (leather or nylon) and an appropriate sized
corrective collar or head halter. Please bring proof of all
current immunizations to the frst class (including distemper,
leptospirosis, parvo).
14 to Adult: Oct 13-Nov 17, Thurs, 7-8pm Code: 4500.400
Instructor: Bill Eyl
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
The Art of Canine Massage
Create a deeper connection with your dog. Does your
dog have cabin fever? Did you know that 10 minutes of
massage equals 30 minutes of aerobic activity? Give your
furry friend the physical and emotional benefts of massage.
Please bring your dog, a dog bed or small rug, as well as
proof of immunizations.
14 to Adult: Thursday, 7-8:30 pm
Dates: Sept 29 Code: 4501.400
Dates: Dec 1 Code: 4501.401
Instructor: Lisa Simmerman
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Hunter Safety
If you want to hunt in Colorado, you need a Hunter
Registration Card. This class provides students with
a solid foundation in shooting sports and emphasizes
safety, ethics and care of wildlife. Non-hunters welcome.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact
instructor to register: Michael Hora at (303) 747-2827 or
mehdch@aol.com.
Day/Times: M/W/F, 5:15-8pm, and Sat, 9am-4pm
Dates: Sept 26, 28, 30, Oct 1
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $10
Harmony with Horses
Relax and enjoy the power and beauty of horses. Learn what
makes these regal animals tick, how they communicate
and how to gain their trust and appreciation. This is not
a riding class, spend time getting to know the herd in a
peaceful relaxing way. Part natural horsemanship clinic,
part life coaching session. www.briargatefarm.com
18 to Adult: Sept 8, Thurs, 10am-2pm Code: 4735.411
Instructor: Kate Johnson, Owner Briar Gate Farm & Life Coach
Location: Briar Gate Farms, 11227 N 66th St, Longmont
Fee: $75 resident/ $93.75 non-resident
Fly Fishing 101
Learn the elements of casting, fy selection and techniques
for reading water and stalking wild trout in RMNP. Gear is
provided; the only extra expense is your license. Trips have
a one-to-three guide to client ratio! Directions/ location will
be provided after enrollment.
14 to adult:
Sept 10, Sat, 8am-12pm or 8am-4pm Code: 4783.401
Fee: (full day) $140 resident / $175 non-resident
(half day) $89 resident / $111.25 non-resident
Women’s Guided Day Hike
Stroll through gold-leafed aspen with your girl friends
or make some new ones on this guided hike. This hike
is timed to make the most of the beautiful mountain leaf
change season. Wear sturdy shoes and layers in case of
wet or chilly weather. Bring a water bottle and snacks or a
bagged lunch. Transportation is provided to and from the
trailhead in RMNP.
14 to Adult: Oct 15, Sat, 8am-2pm Code: 4783.403
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident / $56.25 non-resident
Denver Roller Dolls Trip
Let us drive you for an evening watching Denver’s premier
roller derby league. See why roller derby is America’s
fastest-growing female sport complete with extreme
athleticism and full-on fun. Trips leave from and return
to the St Vrain Memorial Building. Registration ends 3
days prior to trip.
13 to adult: Saturday, 5:30-11:30pm
Date: Sept 17 Code: 5009.401
Oct 15 Code: 5009.402
Meet at: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/ $31.25 non-resident
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Alive at 25
The “Alive at 25” course is a national program designed
to be an early intervention program to help prevent traffc
violations, collisions, and /or fatalities among young
motorists. For more information call 1-866-605-3900.
Registration is taken at www.aliveat25.us.
15 to 24 years: Saturdays, 8am-12:45pm
Dates: Sept 10, Oct 8, or Nov 12
Location: St Vrain Memorial building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $30/$75 court ordered
Gardening: Pruning,
Deadheading and Dividing
Give your plants a little nip and tuck to improve the look
of your yard and garden spaces. Join us we discuss best
methods and techniques for maintaining your shrubs,
trees, annuals and perennials. Bring your hand pruners if
you have one. Taught by Evelyn Freytag, Master Gardener
16 to Adult: Sept 24, Sat, 1-3:30pm Code: 4145.430
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/$15.75 non- resident
Getting To Know Your Digital Camera
This course will help owners of digital cameras get more
out of their equipment. The second session applies the
lessons learned. Topics covered will include automatic vs.
manual control, white balance, fle formats, ISO ratings and
reducing red eye. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Digital Camera
and camera manual.
14 to Adult: Wednesday, 7-9 pm and Saturday, 10-11:30 am
Dates: Sept 14 & 17 Code: 4512.400
Oct 19 & 22 Code: 4512.401
Dec 7 & 10 Code: 4512.100
Instructor: John Lovell, Visual Impact Photography
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Shooting Pictures like a Pro
Improve the quality of their
photographs by understanding
what makes a great photo
and how it got that way.
The second session will
be held at Sandstone
Ranch. Topics covered
will include posing
subjects, lighting, depth
of feld, stop action, and
composition. REQUIRED
EQUIPMENT: 35mm or
Digital Camera with the ability
to manually change aperture and
shutter speed.
14 to Adult: Wednesday, 7-9pm and Saturday, 10-11:30am
Dates: Sept 21 and 24 Code: 4511.401
Oct 26 and 29 Code: 4511.402
Instructor: John Lovell, Visual Impact Photography
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Drumming for Health & Therapy
If you can talk- you can
drum. These classes are
fun, easy and accessible
to anyone regardless of
age or physical condition.
The Djembe drum from
West Africa is the drum
of choice and drums are
provided.
Instructor: Gregg Hansen
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop In Fee: $12 resident/ $15 non-resident
(Drop In available for beginning/continuing
during frst two classes of the month)
beginning Drumming
Simple rhythms will be presented slowly and patiently. *No
class on Nov 22.
16 to Adult: Tuesdays, 6:30 -7:30 pm Code:
Dates/Fee: Sept 6-27 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.400
Oct 4-25 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.401
Nov 1-29* $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.402
Dec 6,13,27 $26.50 res/$33 non-res 4299.100

Continuing Drumming
Now that you’ve learned the basics, it is time to go deeper.
Pre-requisite: Beginning Drumming. Drums are provided.
*No class Nov 22, 23, or 24.
16 to Adult: Beginner-Thursdays, 12-1pm Code:
Dates/Fee: Sept 8-29 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4298.400
Oct 6-27 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4298.401
Nov 3-Dec 1* $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4298.402
Dec 8,15,29 $26.50 res/$33 non-res 4298.100
16 to Adult: Beginner -Mondays, 7:15-8:30pm
Dates/Fee: Sept 12- Oct 3 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.424
Oct 10-31 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.430
Nov 7- 28 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.431
No classes in December.
16 to Adult: Intermediate-Tues, 11:30am-12:30pm Code:
Dates/Fee: Sept 6-27 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.410
Oct 4-25 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.411
Nov 1-29* $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.419
Dec 6,13,27 $26.50 res/$33 non-res 4299.120
16 to Adult: Intermediate - Wed,7:45 -9 pm Code:
Dates/Fee: Sept 7-28 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.413
Oct 5-26 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.414
Nov 2-30* $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4299.415
Dates: Dec 7,14,28 $26.50 res/$33 non-res 4299.105

Advanced Drumming
Must get permission from Gregg at communitydrum@
earthlink.net. No class Nov 22.
16 to Adult: Tuesdays, 7:45-9 pm Code:
Dates/Fee: Sept 6-27 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4298.420
Oct 4-25 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4298.421
Nov 1-29* $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4298.422
Dec 6,13,27 $26.50 res/$33 non-res 4298.123
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basic beading-bracelet and earrings
Learn the basics of stringing using bead wire, crimps,
jump rings, wire covers and clasps. You will make a simple
beaded bracelet and earrings from pearls, crystal, glass
and metal beads to compliment any outft from casual to
dressy. $3 material fee payable to instructor at class.
13 to Adult: Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 pm
Date: Sept 7 Code: 4627.401
Oct 5 Code: 4627.404
Nov 2 Code: 4627.407
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Date: Dec 7 Code: 4627.101
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Susan Eaton
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident + materials fee

basic beading-necklace
Learn the basics of stringing using bead wire, crimps, jump
rings, wire covers and clasps. You will make a 3-strand
necklace and matching earrings using a variety of glass
beads and pearls. $3 material fee payable to instructor at
class.
13 to Adult: Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 pm
Dates: Sept 14 Code: 4627.402
Oct 12 Code: 4627.405
Nov 9 Code: 4627.408
Dec 14 Code: 4627.102
Instructor: Susan Eaton
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident + materials fee

basic beading-Pearl or Crystal bracelet
Learn the basics of stringing using bead wire, crimps, jump
rings, wire covers and clasps. You will create an elegant
pearl or crystal and seed bead bracelet. $3 material fee
payable to instructor at class.
13 to Adult: Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 pm
Sept 28 Code: 4627.403
Oct 19 Code: 4627.406
Nov 16 Code: 4627.409
Instructor: Susan Eaton
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident + materials fee

Colored Pencil Drawing-Plants & Flowers
Colored pencil drawing techniques have changed and
become more exciting. Learn these techniques while
learning to draw fowers, vegetables, and other plants.
We will use burnishing and no-odor solvents to create
very realistic botanical illustrations. We will also go over
composition, texture, color, and mixing colors. See supply
list on-line or on receipt.
16 to Adult: Oct 6-27, Thurs, 7-9 pm Code: 4660.400
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Self expression Mandalas
Hindus use mandalas for meditation, others use them for
healing; we will use them to express ourselves through art.
Acrylic paints, colored pencils, and natural objects will be
some of the mediums used; many others will be available.
Supplies needed: 20” x 30” foam core board, and any other
small natural or personal objects you may wish to add.
16 to Adult: Nov 23-Dec 14, Wed, 7-9pm Code: 4660.401
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Portrait Drawing
Whether you are a beginner or experienced artist, learn how
to capture the likeness of a person in graphite. By studying
the anatomical structure of the head, identifying key
shapes of the face, and applying classical measurements
and shading, your drawing will come to life. Bring a large
photograph (or enlarged photocopy) of a face looking
straight ahead. All other supplies provided.
16 to Adult: Oct 5-26, Wed,7 -8:30 pm Code: 4629.401
Instructor: Amy Pallas
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
beginning/Intermediate
Pastel Painting
Enjoy creativity with a
medium that is fun and
easy to use, easy to
transport and offers
wonderful results.
Most of all, the intent
is to introduce you to the
pleasures of creating art
using this friendly medium.
Beginners and Intermediate l
evels welcome. Students must
provide materials at frst session.
Supply list available at time of registration or on-line.
16 to Adult: Sept 12-Oct 3, Mon, 10am-12pm Code: 4659.411
Instructor: Diane Wood
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $75 resident/ $93.75 non-resident
Color- emotion and light
Explore the power of color! Why and how do we react
emotionally to different colors and how can we use that
to communicate with our art? Mix colors to create realistic
effects, and learn how to use color when designing your
composition. Supply list available on-line and on receipt.
18 to Adult: Sept 20-Oct 11, Tue, 7-9 pm Code: 4661.400
Instructor: Tiffany Miller
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $70 resident/$87.25 non-resident
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Knitting
Materials fee is payable
to instructor at frst class
and covers supplies
(yarn, etc., and needles)
necessary to complete
project. Unless otherwise
noted, recent previous
knitting experience is
required.
Instructor: Gail Sundberg-Douse
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Adults learn to Knit
This course is for absolute beginners. By the end of the two
classes, you will have a warm luxurious alpaca scarf that you
will be proud to wear. Plan on knitting between classes.
14 to Adult: Sept 15 & 29, Thurs, 7-9pm Code: 4655.400
Nov 15 & 29, Tues, 7-9 pm Code: 4655.402
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $37 materials fee
baby Surprise Sweater
Elizabeth Zimmerman is known for her inventiveness in
creating patterns. We will use her Baby Surprise Sweater
pattern to create a sweater that will be treasured by the
receiver. Allow knitting time between classes to fnish the
project. Supply list will be available at registration.
14 to Adult: Sept 6-20, Tue, 7-9 pm Code: 4655.401
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
plus $5 materials fee
beyond Scarves- Knitting a Hat
Ready to branch out from rectangles? In this class you will
learn how to knit with circular needles and double pointed
needles and how to follow a pattern to make a warm, soft
alpaca hat! Experience on double pointed needles helpful
but not required.
14 to Adult: Aug 23-30, Tue, 7-8:30 pm Code: 4655.311
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $38 materials fee

Cabled Hat and Scarf Set
This cute set will allow you the opportunity to learn or
reinforce pattern reading and making cables. The hat is
knit in the round using circular and double pointed needles.
100% alpaca yarn is soft and warm and a treat to knit with.
14 to Adult: Oct 6, Thurs, 7-9pm & Oct 10, Mon, 7-9pm Code: 4655.414
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $65 materials fee

Fair Isle Hat
Learn Fair Isle technique knitting a unisex alpaca hat knit
in the round using double pointed and circular needles.
I-cord tassel and bind off covered as well.
16 to Adult: Nov 1-8, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.413
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
plus $32 materials fee
Felted Pouch
Using double knit technique and alpaca yarn, knit a pouch
that is the perfect size for cell phones, cameras with I-cord
strap. Each student gets a stone button of your choosing
to fnish your pouch. Felting is completed at home.
14 to Adult: Dec 13, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.114
Fee: $18 resident/$22.50 non-resident
plus $32 materials fee.

Knit an Alpaca Vest
You will want to make yourself one in every color once
you fnd out how cozy and soft this vest is. Ribbed pattern
fatters every body type.
16 to Adult: Nov 22, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.440
Fee: $18 resident/$22.50 non-resident
plus $70 materials fee
Knit Some Mittens
Using double pointed
needles and bulky yarn
these knit up quickly.
Mittens make a great
portable knitting project.
Make one mitten and the
second at home. Plan to
knit for 3 hours straight.
14 to Adult: Oct 27, Thurs, 6-9pm Code: 4655.423
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $28 materials fee

Knit Yourself Some Socks!
Socks make a great portable knitting project. Knit from
the cuff down using double pointed needles and washable
wool. Experience on double pointed needles is helpful but
not required
16 to Adult: Oct 4-18, Tuesdays, 7-9pm Code: 4655.412
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
plus $24 materials fee

lace Cowl
Yummy lace cowl knit from warm alpaca yarn will keep
your neck warm in style. Knit in the round.
14 to Adult: Nov 10, Thurs, 7-9pm Code: 4655.415
Fee: $18 resident/$22.50 non-resident
plus $22.50 materials fee

Triangle Scarf
In this class you will make a warm triangle scarf using
alpaca, wool and silk yarn. Rich shades of yarn colors will
make this one of your favorite cool weather accessories.
14 to Adult: Dec 8 & 15, Thurs, 7-9pm Code: 4655.104
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $35 materials fee
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Make Felted Soap
If you’ve ever accidentally shrunk a wool sweater in the
laundry, then you have felted! Experience felting in a fun
and intentional way. Using raw wool and a bar of soap,
students will make their very own washcloth and soap in
one! Wear clothing that can get wet and plan to go home
with very clean hands and 2 bars of felted soap.
14 to Adult: Dec 1, Thurs, 7-8:30pm Code: 4655.103
Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
plus $7 materials fee
Wristlet
Need to liven up your knitting? Experiment with textured
knitting, knitting a gusset, and using double pointed
needles, and soft, warm, alpaca yarn. Great gift idea!
14 to Adult: Sept 1 & 8, Thurs, 7-8:30pm Code: 4655.403
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $22 materials fee
Sewing Fundamentals for Adults
Sewing is not complicated when you know the basics.
Choose a pattern and complete a project from start to
fnish. You will learn to cut out and read a pattern, sew
basic machine stitches and how to use different functions
on your sewing machine. Machines provided. Supply list
available online and on your receipt.
16 to Adult: Nov 8-10, Tue/Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4901.450
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/ $50 non-resident

Sewing Machine basics
Learn how to use your sewing machine. We will thread a
machine and bobbin, learn about tensions, stitches, and
sewing on various fabrics. This is a hands-on class, bring
your machine and owners manual or use one of ours.
Supply list on receipt.
16 to Adult: Dec 12, Mon, 6:15-8:30pm Code: 4901.3451
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/ $25 non resident
Crochet
Materials fee is payable to instructor at frst class and
covers supplies (yarn, crochet hook, and pattern) necessary
to complete project.
Instructor: Debby Telfer
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
learn to Crochet
This course is for the absolute beginner. There is no better
way to learn to crochet than to crochet a sampler hand bag.
Please plan on crocheting between the two classes so you
are ready to fnish off your purse including the handle in the
second class.
16 to Adult: Oct 5 & 19, Wed, 7-9pm Code: 4618.400
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $16.50 materials fee
Crochet a Spiral boa Scarf
Create a one of a kind scarf that is a spiral boa that is warm
and stylish. This course is for anyone who knows how to
do basic crochet stitches: chain and single crochet. You
will have a good start on the scarf so you can complete it
at home.
14 to Adult: Sept 19, Mon, 6-9pm Code: 4618.401
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
plus $16.50 materials fee

Crochet a Ripple Scarf
Create a ripple scarf which will give you foundational
experience to make into a ripple or wave afghan. This
course is for anyone who knows how to do basic crochet
stitches: chain and single crochet. You will have a good
start on the scarf so you can complete it at home.
14 to Adult: Oct 17, Mon, 7-9pm Code: 4618.402
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
plus $16.50 materials fee
Crochet Placemats & Table Runner
Crochet placemats and a matching
table runner that are durable and
washable as they are made of all
cotton. This course is for anyone
who knows how to do basic
crochet stitches: chain and
single crochet. Materials fee
covers yarn for 4 placemats,
crochet hook and pattern
for placemats and, for $10
more, the table runner. You
will complete one placemat in
between classes so you can learn
how to do the border in the second
class plus start the table runner.
14 to Adult: Nov 7 &14, Mon, 7-9pm Code: 4618.403
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $25-$35 materials fee
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Cooking
Canning basics
Learn how to can
your own food. Use
your garden all year
long. Information and
instruction for you to
can anything from meat
to fruits and veggies. Save
time and money.
16 to Adult: Sept 13, Tue, 6-9pm Code: 4652.423
Instructor: Robin Wyrick
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/$15.75 non-resident
beginning Cheesemaking
Think chesemaking is too complicated for the home
kitchen? Well, think again! Learn how to make soft goat
cheeses (Chevre and Fromage Blanc) including recipes
for several gourmet varieties using fresh or store- bought
goat’s milk with minimal time and equipment. We’ll also
use store bought cow’s milk to make delicious fresh ricotta
and mozzarella cheese. Samples provided.
14 to Adult: Sept 19, Mon, 11am-1pm Code: 4652.410
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
14 to Adult: Sept 22, Thurs, 6-8:30pm Code: 4652.411
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee $35 resident/ $43.75 non-resident

Cool Refreshing & Delicious Cold Soups
Learn to make Chilled Spice Fruit Soup, a delicious fruit
based soup that can be eaten as a snack, dessert or
even for breakfast! It is a healthy balance of protein to
carbohydrate. Other cold soup recipes provided. $5 food
and materials fee payable to the Instructor at the class.
14 to Adult: Sept 26, Mon, 6-7:15pm Code: 4652.411
Instructor: Pam Vagnieres
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/ $31.25 non-resident
+ $5 materials fee
Pasta Making
Learn to pasta from scratch. We will cover various dough
recipes, cutting, drying and cooking techniques.
16 to Adult: Oct 17, Mon, 6-9pm Code: 4652.421
Instructor: Robin Wyrick
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/ $15.75 non-resident
bread Making
Start with wheat seeds and end up with 3 loaves of bread
and a loaf of Foccacia and a pan of Cinnamon rolls fresh
out of the oven. Discover the nutritional benefts of grinding
your own wheat. Go Organic, Buy in Bulk and save time
and money. Let us show you how.
16 to Adult: Oct 10, Mon, 6-9pm Code: 4652.420
Instructor: Robin Wyrick
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/ $15.75 non-resident

Creative Fun no-Cook Snacks
These creative-no cook snack ideas area easy, healthy and
nutritionally balanced with the right amount of carbs and
protein. They will keep your energy up and your weight
down. Come learn new ideas that will get you out of your
“snack rut!” $5 food and materials fee payable to the
Instructor at the class.
14 to Adult: Oct 24, Mon, 6-7:15pm Code: 4652.412
Instructor: Pam Vagnieres
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/ $31.25 non-resident
+ 5 materials fee

once a Month Cooking
Spend one day cooking, and save many, many hours of
stress and fuss later. Go organic, buy in bulk and save time
and money. Let us show you how. Taught by Robin Wyrick,
OurDailyKneads.com
16 to Adult: Oct 25, Tue, 6-9pm Code: 4652.422
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/$15.75 non-resident
no Fear oil Painting
Whether you are a beginner or have some experience, come
and develop your painting skills in a nurturing environment.
Enjoy the pleasurable experience of working with this
forgiving medium. Learn how to mix and apply color to
create a glowing painting. Students must have materials at
frst session. Supply list available at time of registration or
on City of Longmont/Recreation website.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 9-11 am
Dates: Oct 3-24 Code: 4613.411
Oct 31-Nov 21 Code: 4613.412
Nov 28-Dec 19 Code: 4613.413

18 to Adult: Mondays, 7-9 pm
Dates: Oct 3-24 Code: 4613.401
Oct 31-Nov 21 Code: 4613.402
Nov 28-Dec 19 Code: 4613.403

18 to Adult: Wednesdays, 1-3 pm
Dates: Oct 5-26 Code: 4613.420
Nov 2-30 Code: 4613.421
Dec 7-Jan 4 Code: 4613.423
Instructor: Dorothy Pecina
Location: Carriage House Art Studio, 11938 Oxford Rd
Fee: $49 resident/$61 non-resident
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10 Ways to Manage low Thyroid Symptoms
Over 23.5 million Americans suffer from thyroid problems:
hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease, hypothyroidism and
Hashimoto’s Disease- mostly women. Fatigue, “fog brain”,
muscle pain, cold feet, weight fuctuations and other
symptoms aren’t you fault. Learn how to manage them in
this program.
18 to Adult: Sept 1, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4251.400
Instructor: Kim Wolinski
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
organizational Strategies
Join “Dr Declutter” for these informational workshops.
Instructor: Kim Wolinski
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident

How to organize Paper Piles,
Files Photos & More
Got paper? If you’re overwhelmed with, or stuck due to
paper overload, sign up for this class. Receipts, piles of
bills, photos, kid’s art and schoolwork, stacks and heaps
need attention. BONUS! Receive “Dr. DeClutter’s Important
Documents Location List”.
16 to Adult: Sept 14, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4241.400
Get organized before the Holidays Set In!
Where do I start? Do you get overwhelmed when you try to
declutter? This workshop is for you! Learn how to decide,
sort and clear out the clutter from your life on every level to
enjoy the upcoming months more!
18 to Adult: Oct 19, Wed,6:30-8:30pm Code: 4248.400
How to Downsize
Your Home with Flow & ease
Whether you want to downsize because you’re tired of
maintaining a big house, or because you physically can’t
take care of the big house and all your stuff anymore, you
will learn the steps that will help you let go and enjoy the
move into a lighter life!
16 to Adult: Oct 27, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4241.401
Take Control of Your life:
Set Healthy boundaries
Do you suffer from bad experiences caused by inappropriate
boundaries? Are you over-responsible for the behavior of
others? Being a doormat creates anger, resentment or
silence and robs you of personal power. Leave this class
with knowledge about boundaries, how to set them and
what to do when others cross them.
16 to Adult: Nov 3, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4241.402
Computers
backing up your Data
Come join us as we learn why it is important to back up
your data on your computer. Learn the “how to’s” before
it’s too late. Questions and answers time after class.
16 to Adult: Sept 28, Wed, 5:30 -8:30pm Code: 4545.420
Instructor: Bob Dornan
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Safe Computing Practices
Learn about safeguarding your data and privacy while
doing email and using the Internet. This seminar is for
intermediate users. Topics include data backup, viruses,
virus protection, computer hoaxes, frewalls, spyware and
cyberstalking.
16 to Adult: Oct 7, Fri, 9am-12pm Code: 4545.401
Instructor: Henry Spencer
Location: Longmont Public Library, 409 4th Ave
Fee: $20 resident/ $25 non-resident
Getting to know your PC
Get to know your PC and learn about operating systems,
processors, memory, hard drive space, defrag, peripherals
and more. Find out why computers slow down, what routine
maintenance you should perform and how often, what you
should and shouldn’t do and why. Learn about viruses,
worms, spyware and how to protect yourself. Questions
and answers time after class.
16 to Adult: Oct 19, Wed, 5:30-7:30pm Code: 4545.400
Instructor: Bob Dornan
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/ $25 non-resident

Confict: Helping Children Work It out
Research shows that in homes where parents mediate
conficts, children fght less and are better able to resolve
conficts on their own. Parents learn and practice the basic
mediation steps and positive communication skills to more
effectively resolve confict in your home.
18 to Adult: Sept 21-28, Wed, 6-8pm Code: 4501.411
Instructor: Carin Armstrong, MSW
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident per person/ $40 resident couple fee
$31.25 non-resident per person
$40 non-resident couple fee
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Will Maker legal Seminar
A wonderful way to get a tough job fnished in a single, easy
and enjoyable session. You will complete a will, living will,
medical power of attorney, fnancial power of attorney, and
organ donor request, all with the help of licensed attorney,
Rebecca Bennetti and her staff. Cost of the class is per
person and includes all materials, witnessing, notarizing,
individual review and plenty of time for discussion and
questions.
18 to Adult: Sept 17, Sat,10am-1pm Code: 4537.400
Oct 13, Thurs, 6-9pm Code: 4537.401
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
18 to Adult: Nov 5, Sat,10am-1pm Code: 4537.402
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak
Fee: $99 resident/$124 non-resident
Mandarin Chinese
Learning to speak Mandarin Chinese is fun! Learning to write
Chinese characters is cool! Don’t know how to pronounce
the Chinese symbols? We offer Pin Yin, the Chinese
phonetics course. Interested in Chinese cultures? Come
and enjoy the Mandarin Chinese class step by step. Learn
dates, months, years and time, as well as going to Chinese
restaurants/ hobbies and some Chinese calligraphy.
17 to Adult: Saturdays, 1-1:45 pm
Dates: Sept 24-Oct 15 Code: 4586.401
Oct 29-Nov 19 Code: 4586.402
Instructor: Juli Armas
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident

Introduction to Voiceovers
Are people always telling you that you have a great
voice? Do you often fnd yourself listening to your
favorite audiobook, commercial or cartoon character and
thinking, “I could do that”? This fun and empowering 2
hour introductory workshop covers the different types
of voiceovers and what tools are needed in order to fnd
success in the industry. You’ll be coached as you perform
a real voiceover script and be recorded so that you can
receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. After
class you will have the knowledge necessary to help you
decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Taught by
a professional voice actor from the Voice Acting Training
Company, Voices For All.
18 to Adult: Oct 3, Mon, 6-8pm Code: 4691.400
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
beginning Astronomy
In this class you will become familiar with bright stars and
constellations and how to locate many beautiful objects
in the winter sky. Sept 30 & Oct 14 you’ll learn the basics
of how to locate objects using a star chart and how to
set up and use a telescope indoors. Oct 7 & 21 will be
held outdoors-weather permitting- at Sandstone Ranch.
Telescopes provided or you may bring your own. No
restrooms available at the outdoor classes.
18 to Adult: Sept 30-Oct 21, Fri, 7-8pm Code: 4588.400
Instructor: Longmont Astronomical Society
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident

Just once Piano for busy People
In just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the
trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. Regular
piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals
use chords. This is an online class. You need a computer,
web cam, microphone, high speed internet and piano or
keyboard. Fee includes workbook and practice CD.
16 to Adult: Oct 23, Sun, 5-8pm Code: 4699.400
Instructor: Craig Coffman
Location: Online Class
Fee: $54 resident/ $67.50 non-resident

beginning Guitar for Adults
This course is geared towards the absolute beginner and
will start with the basics. Learn how to tune the guitar,
play basic chords and accompaniment patterns in a fun,
relaxed group setting. Students are to furnish their own
acoustic guitar.
18 to Adult: Sept 12-Oct 17, Mon, 8-9pm Code: 4502.400
Instructor: Mike Tolle
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident plus $5 materials fee
Intermediate Guitar for Adults
This class is a continuation of beginning guitar and is open
to anyone wanting to improve their basic skills. Register
in person or over the phone for beginning guitar and
intermediate guitar and save $6.
18 to Adult: Oct 31-Dec 5, Mon, 8-9pm Code: 4503.401
Instructor: Mike Tolle
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident
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September,
October, November, 2011
A Quarterly Catalog of Programs & Resources for Adults 55+ in Longmont
Volume 2011 No. 4
Written and published by the Division of Senior Services, City of Longmont.
910 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 303 651 8411 | Fax: 303 651 8413 | www.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr
100-140-47701-263
Division of Senior Services
Longmont Senior Center
910 Longs Peak Avenue
Longmont, CO 80501
PRSRT STD
U.S. Postage Paid
Longmont, CO
Permi t #19
RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED
Senior Center is Closed for
Labor Day, Monday, September 5;
Veteran’s Day, Friday, November 11; and
Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 24.
Fall Quarter Registration:
Class and Special Event Registration Begins:
Monday, August 15 at the front desk of the
Senior Center or over the phone with a credit
card or online at www.ci.longmont.co.us
Trip Registration:
Friday, August 19, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Lottery style. If you miss trip registration, you
may register for trips in the following weeks
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the front desk or
over the phone with a credit card.
Informaćion en Español pg. R8.
Elder Abuse Awareness Awards
On June 9, Boulder County District Attorney
Stan Garnett assisted the Boulder County
Adult Protection Review Team in honoring
a number of individuals for their eforts
on behalf of elders in Boulder County who
have been victims of elder abuse. Those
recognized from Longmont were:
Detective Steven Desmond for his incredible
work on several cases involving fraud and
scams against older adults.
Master Police Ofcer Chris Merkle for
his commitment of time and skill as a
trainer providing education to other law
enforcement staf on how to recognize and
respond to elder abuse situations.
Senior Services staf member Kari Grotting
and Senior Services Bill Payer Volunteer
Audrey Rowe for their work in supporting a
crime victim and their signifcant assistance
to Longmont police.
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Division of Senior Services offers programs
and services for those 55 years plus.
longmont Senior Center
910 Longs Peak Ave
303-651-8411
Offce Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm
Resources & Services:
Senior Services Division staff is available to provide
information about housing concerns or referrals to other
resources such as Medicare, social security, document
fling with agencies, or information regarding low income
assistance. They are also available to meet with family
members of older adults if there are questions about safety
or health issues. Call 303-651-8414 or 303-651-8716 to
visit with one of our resource staff.
Get Acquainted
Get acquainted with others who are new to the Senior
Center, new to the area, or interested in making some
new connections with others. Join us to learn about
various opportunities, possibilities and resources.
Facilitated by Senior Services staff members.
Please RSVP to 303-651-8411. FREE.
Date/Time: Oct 6, Thurs, 9am
Thursday Dances
Dances are held at the Longmont Senior Center.
Both singles and couples enjoy the fun.
Day/Time Thursdays, 7-10pm
Fee: $4 per person.
Friday Afternoon Concerts and Art Shows
Performances will take place at the Senior Center, Tickets
are $8 at the door for each concert. Art Exhibit opens at
1:30pm, and concerts begin at 2:30pm
Friday, October 21
A Timeless Music Travelog with Dale Bruning and Jude
Hibler Jazz Link Enterprises partners Dale Bruning and
Jude Hibler present “The Timeless Music Travelog” with
Mark Simon, bass, and Paul Romaine, drums.
Friday, November 18
“Schubert, Strauss, Spirituals, and Songs from the Stage”
Lyric Soprano Kara Guggenmos will be joined by Robert
Spillman on piano for a fun and eclectic afternoon of show-
stopping music.
Senior Fitness Classes Available:
Yoga, Pilates, Strength Conditioning, Tai Chi....and more!
Visit us at 910 Longs Peak Avenue.
lifelong learning opportunities
Try classes such as:
• Oil Painting
• Watercolor Painting
• Colorado History
• Learning Spanish
• Astrology
• Irish History....and more!
See our catalog called the “Go” available for
pick up at the Longmont Senior Center.
Call for classes and event registration, or on line at www.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr/index.htm
Sandstone Visitor Center
3001 E Ken Pratt Blvd • 303-774-4692
The Sandstone Visitor Center includes hands-on displays on environmental features of the area,
as well as history of the Coffn family who homesteaded the site, and other early Longmont
history. The 1880’s era homestead includes historical and environmental hands-on displays in
the Visitor Center, as well as educational exhibits in the ice house, tool shed and barn.
There is no admission fee to the Visitor Center.
Programs at Sandstone Visitor Center
To register for seasonal programs, please call 303-774-4692
or e-mail ann.turbin@ci.longmont.co.us at least two days in advance.
Location: Sandstone Visitor Center, 3001 E Ken Pratt Blvd
Longmont Museum
400 Quail Road • Longmont CO 80501
303-651-8374 • www.ci.longmont.co.us/museum
Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm | Sunday 1pm-5pm (subject to change)
Closed City Holidays | FREE General Admission
exhibits
June 4 – September 18
John J. Audubon:
American Artist
and Naturalist
The Longmont Museum &
Cultural Center is pleased to
present a landmark exhibition
of an American master: John
J. Audubon: American Artist
and Naturalist. Audubon’s highly
detailed and vibrantly colored
depictions of American birds are w o r l d
renowned and loved by art and nature enthusiasts alike.
This exhibition presents 50 original Audubon prints, plus
paintings by Audubon, and rare letters and personal
possessions.
Fee: $7 adults, $5 students/seniors, members free.
October 1 – November 6
Day of the Dead Exhibition
Community altars, artwork, hands-on activities, and
photographs highlight this annual exhibit. Day of the
Dead is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and
Latin America, honoring deceased loved ones. The
celebration at the Longmont Museum is the largest in
Colorado. FREE admission.
events
Live Raptors with the
Birds of Prey Foundation
See these majestic creatures up close as Rachel Mansfeld
explores wildlife rehabilitation, ecology, natural history, and
fun bird facts with live raptors. Fee included with exhibit
admission.
Date/Time: Aug 20, Sat, 1-2pm
His Life and His Art:
Audubon Up Close
Get up close and personal with
Audubon’s prints as Tam O’Neill of Tam
O’Neill Fine Arts takes you on a journey
of this artist’s story, the hardships he
faced, and what it took to accomplish
his life’s work. Tam is trained as a fne
art printmaker and has been involved
representing the work of Audubon in
her gallery since 1993.
Pre-registration is encouraged.
Date/Time: Aug 27, Sat, 10-11am
Fee: $10 resident/ $15 non-resident/ Friends
Members FREE
Day of the Dead Celebration
Enjoy authentic dance, music, sugar skull decorating,
traditional food, and much more in the largest Day of the
Dead celebration in Colorado.
Date/Time: Oct 29, Sat, 10am-5pm
Fee: FREE
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longmont Museum exhibits and events
Fall 2011 Programs
lego Club
Join us for games, building challenges and free-building
fun!
6 years & up: Last Sunday of the Month, 2-4pm
Dates: Sept 25, Oct 30, or Nov 27
Register: 303-651-8477
Spooky Stories
and Haunted Scavenger Hunt
Storytelling will end with a Trick-or-Treat Scavenger Hunt.
Costumes encouraged.
7 years & up: Oct 27, Thurs, 7-8pm
Register: 303-651-8477
Day of the Dead
Skeletons
Come make a skeleton craft at
the Longmont Public Library
3 years & up: Oct 24, Mon, 6:30-8:30pm
No registration necessary
DeAR Program
(Dogs Enjoy Afternoon Reading)
Children of all ages are invited to read to specially-trained
reading dogs.
Days/Time: Saturdays, 1-2pm
Dates: Sept 17, Oct 15, Nov 19, or Dec 17
Teen Read Week
Join us for a special week of
great reads, art programs and
fun give-aways, all geared
toward Teens. Join us for
Picture It @ Longmont Public
Library, Oct 16-22.
library Databases
Just in time for School…exciting new databases available
at Longmont Public Library. Get a library card and have
access to a vast array of homework help!
The World Almanac® for Kids Online
A natural complement to the curriculum, this online site
provides resources for homework, reports, and projects in
a fun format while encouraging online research skills from
a trusted source.
World Geography and Culture Online
A global approach to facilitate the study of countries,
places, peoples, and geography concepts and skills.

Writer’s Reference Center
Covers the fundamentals of quality writing and provides a
wealth of vocabulary-building reference dictionaries.
American History Online
Spans more than 500 years of political, military, social,
and cultural history, highlighting the important people and
events of the American experience.
Health Reference Center
Provides clear and comprehensive information on
conditions and diseases, health and wellness, mental
health, and the human body.
Modern World History Online
Covers the people, places, and events in the broad
expanse of history from mid-15th century to the present.
Ancient and Medieval History Online
Explores the pre-modern world with in-depth focus on
Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, Africa, Europe, the
Americas, and Asia.
Science Online
Presents a broad range of scientifc disciplines through
extensive defnitions, essays, diagrams, biographies, and
experiments.
Issues & Controversies
Explores more than 800 hot topics in business, politics,
government, education, and popular culture.
Today’s Science
Bridges the gap between the science that students
learn in the classroom and the discoveries pushing the
boundaries of science today.
Bloom’s Literary Reference Online
Examines great writers, important works, memorable characters,
and infuential movements and events in world literature.
longmont Public library
409 4th Ave • 303-651-8470
Hours: Mon-Thurs, 10am-9pm;
Fri & Sat, 9am-5pm; Sun, 1-5pm
Check out some of our great happenings at the
Longmont Public Library in the Children’s and Teen
Department. Stop by in person or check out our
website to see what else we have going on that
might interest you!
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Questions?
Call the reference desk at 303-651-8472
or 651-8473 during business hours.
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Facility Rentals—Plan Your event Today!
The City of Longmont Golf Courses have several facilities
that would be perfect for your next event.
• Ute Creek’s Patio or Pavilion
• Twin Peaks Restaurant and Patio
• Sunset’s Clubhouse
Tournaments, Fund Raisers/Benefits, Class Reunions,
Family/Work Outings, Receptions and More! Each
course offers varied services and facilities for banquets,
barbecues or award ceremonies. Call the course of your
choice today!
Associations & leagues!
All courses have very active Men’s and Women’s Golf
Associations and golf leagues that are always looking
for members. Join today at your course of choice.
For more information visit Golf Longmont’s web site at
www.golflongmont.com
on-line Tee Times
Visit Golf Longmont’s web site at www.golflongmont.com
for on line tee times, course information, rates, to sign up
for our weekly eblasts, event calendar and E-specials.
303.651.8466
1900 Longs Peak Ave.
303.651.8401
1200 Cornell Drive
303.774.4342
2000 Ute Creek Drive
www.golfongmont.com
union Reservoir
0461 Weld County Rd 26
Longmont, CO 80504 • 303-772-1265
Union Reservoir is a 736-acre body of water offering the best in
wakeless boating and a variety of other outdoor activities.
For more information: www.ci.longmont.co.us/parks
Union Reservoir Hours (Park Fees Apply Year-round)
May 1 - Sept 5 (Labor Day) Sept 6–30
Daily ……............ 6am-9pm Daily …....… 6am-8pm
Oct 1-31 Nov 1- Feb 28
Daily ……......….. 7am-7pm Thurs-Sun 7:30am-4pm
Admission Fees:
Vehicle ……................... $8 Trailored Boat ….... $8
Bicycle …......... $2/person Season Pass $55/$65
Second Vehicle ... $25/$25 Senior Pass $35/$40
Trailored Boat Pass ….….. $40/$40
Commercial Vehicles ….......... $75
Year-round Boat Storage ...... $250
Swim Beach Hours
Aug 20-Sept 5
(weekends only)
Sat/Sun …..…. 10am-7pm
Labor Day …... 10am-6pm
Open Water Swims
Aug 16-Sept 24• $8/includes gate fee
5 and 10 visit passes available
Tue & Wed ....... 5:30-7pm Sat ....... 8:45-10:15am
Union Scheduled Events
Limited access or park closure may occur during these
events. Please call the reservoir offce for additional
information:
August 22: Triathlon
August 28: Kinetics
September 26: Triathlon
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Centennial Pool
1201 Alpine St • 303-651-8406
Observation Room
Pool Rental
St Vrain Memorial Building
700 Longs Peak Ave • 303-651-8404
Meeting/Party Rooms
Gymnasium
Longmont Recreation Center
310 Quail Rd • 303-774-4800
Meeting/Party Rooms
Gymnasium
Pool Rentals
Roosevelt Ice Pavilion - Seasonal
725 8
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Ave • 303-651-8404
Outdoor cabana space
Athletic Fields – Seasonal
Long & short term reservations
Contact: 303-774-4754
Outdoor Swimming Pools
Sunset Pool, 1900 Longs Peak Ave
Roosevelt Pool, 903 8th Ave
Kanemoto Pool, 1151 S. Pratt Pkwy
2012 Summer reservations accepted
beginning mid-March 2012
Contact: 303-651-8406
Izaak Walton Clubhouse
18 S Sunset St, north of Boston Ave
Contact: 303-651-8404
Capacity: 95 people with tables & chairs
Patio with BBQ; Kitchen with microwave,
refrigerator and catering entrance
Cost is $50/hr for pm/weekend/ holidays;
$25 weekdays. $200 deposit required
ci.longmont.co.us/rec/rentals
Willow Farm Barn
901 S. Fordham St • 303-651-8404
Enclosed shelter with six picnic tables
adjacent to playground and modern
restrooms. Seasonal.
Cost is $45 half-day/ $70 whole-day;
$200 deposit required, $50 deposit for
electrical outlet
Historic Callahan House
312 Terry St • 303-776-5191
Capacity In-house event: 80
Sit-down meals: 40
House and garden: 150
Full-service catering available
Cost varies; deposit required
ci.longmont.co.us/callahan
Parks Shelters
Permanent shelter structures at city
parks are available for rental through
Recreation Services. Seasonal.
Contact: 303-651-8404
Cost is $35/day small shelter; $25/hr or
$200/day large Sandstone Shelter and
Roosevelt Pavilion.
ci.longmont.co.us/rec/rentals
Longmont Museum
400 Quail Rd • 303-651-8373
During operating hours only.
Classroom and meeting space.
Capacity: 80 lecture style
Cost is $120 half-day/ $200 full-day;
deposit required
Senior Center
910 Longs Peak Ave • 303-651-8411
Nights and Weekends Only.
Capacity:- Gym/Cafe seats 250
• Gym/Multipurpose Room seats
up to 200 Lecture Style
• Café/Dining Room: 80
• Small Classrooms: 15 to 40
• Large Classrooms: 100 Lecture Style
Cost is $40/hr small room;
$75/hr gym only; $125/hr gym/café;
deposit required.
ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr/rentals
Longmont Public Library
409 4th Ave • 303-651-8795
Capacity: 12 to 90 people
Classroom and meeting space
Free -Only non-proft/educational usage.
Fire Station
Community Rooms
Fire station #3: 1000 Pace St
Fire station #4: 501 23rd Ave
Fire station #5: 617 Barberry Dr
Contact: 303-651-8437
Classroom Space
Capacity (each room): 34
Cost is $80 for two hour rental,
non-proft use free; $100 deposit
Cancellations with two weeks notice or
less are subject to loss of deposit and/
or loss of a percentage of fees paid.
Facility Rentals
The City of Longmont and Longmont Recreation Services has a number of facilities that are available to rent
for a meeting or special event. Fees listed are for Longmont residents, non-resident rate slightly higher.
lOnGMOnt RecReatiOn seRVices
All Recreation Services facilities offer during-hours
and after-hours rentals. ci.longmont.co.us/rec/gen

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