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us/rec
Recreation
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City of Longmont
Winter/Spring 2012 Brochure For Dec. 2011 - Apr. 2012
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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
cance||ation is requested.
º Sorry, refunds cannot be given in cash.
A check wi|| be issued and mai|ed within 2 weeks.
º $20 charge on a|| returned checks.
º A resident is deñned as |iving within the City
|imits of Longmont and having uti|ities (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 c|ass starts.
Participants wi|| then be contacted.
REGISTER FOR CLASSES BEGINNING DECEMBER 13, 2011
LONGMONT CITY COUNCIL
Mayor Dennis Coombs Brian Bag|ey
A|ex Sammoury Katie Witt
Sarah Levison Bonnie Fin|ey
Gabe Santos
PARKS & RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD
Sharon O'Leary Greg Braun
Jim Warde|| Ke||y Dirks
Doug Golliher Matthew Linden
Jim Warde|| A|icia Howe||
City Council Liaison TBD
SENIOR CITIZENS ADVISORY BOARD
Ju|ie Burrows Maureen Denig
Maurine Glidewell Marietta Gonzales
Sue Heinritz Joan Heckman
Ar|ene Pop|ewko Fay Reyno|ds
A|ex Sammoury, City Council Liaison
MUSEUM ADVISORY BOARD
Cami||a Beck Briggs Mark C|evenger
Oli Olivas Duncan Richard Luke
A| Mi||igan Ross|yn Scamehorn
Donna Wetzbarger G|endora Shaffer, Chair
Bryan Bow|es, Vice Chair
City Council Liaison TBD
LIBRARY ADVISORY BOARD
Marcia A||en Nancy Carter
Pau|a Etrick Genny Michae|
Joan Peck
Katie Witt, City Council Liaison
*Board Membership as of November 1, 2011
COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Premier municipa| services committed to being
dynamic, innovative and fu||y accessib|e for our
residents so they can |ive, work and p|ay to their
fu||est.
º Affordab|e Housing/ CDBG
º Children and Youth Resources
º Community and Neighborhood Resources
º Library
º Museum and Cu|tura| Center
º Recreation Services
º Senior Services
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Hearing Impaired TDD#................................... 1-800-659-3656
Longmont Pub|ic Library 409 4th Ave. ................ 303-651-8470
Longmont City Source ........................................ 303-774-4370
Parks ............................................................................. 303-651-8446
Senior Center 910 Longs Peak Ave. ........................ 303-651-8411
Union Reservoir 0461 WCR 26 ............................... 303-772-1265
Youth Services 1050 Lash|ey Street ......................... 303-651-8580
Longmont Museum
& Cultural Center 400 Quai| Road ......................... 303-651-8374
SEASONAL FACILITIES:
Longmont Ice Pavi|ion, 725 8th Ave. - Seasona| 303-774-4777
Sunset Poo|, 1900 Longs Peak Ave. - Seasona| 303-651-8300
Rooseve|t Activity Poo|, 903 8th Ave - Seasonal 303-774-4455
Kanemoto Activity Poo|, 1151 S Pratt Pky - Seasona| 303-651-6934
GOLF COURSES:
Sunset 1900 Longs Peak Ave. ................................... 303-651-8466
Twin Peaks 1200 Corne|| Drive .................................. 303-651-8401
Ute Creek 2000 Ute Creek Drive ............................... 303-774-4342
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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
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.)
1 Facility Fees
2 Special Events
3 Recreation Center
4 St. Vrain Memorial Building
5 Longmont Ice Pavilion
6 Learn To Skate
7 Centennial Pool
8 Swim Lessons
11 Aquatic Programs/Union Reservoir
14 Athletics-Youth
16 Athletics-Adult
18 Fitness Classes
21 Fitness & Wellness
24 Dance
26 Therapeutic
28 Preschool
30 Youth/Teen
35 Adult
45 Senior Services
46 Museum
47 Library
48 Golf
Customer
Commitment!
Your satisfaction
is our priority!
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Free Denver nuggets
Skill Challenge
Sat, January 7, 1pm
Enjoy a FREE competition that allows
young boys and girls to showcase their
talents in dribbling, passing and shooting.
Boys and girls ages 7-14 as of Apr 30, 2012, will compete
in separate divisions. The Denver Nuggets Basketball Skills
Challenge is co-sponsored by the Colorado Parks and
Recreation Association, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Beef
Council and Arby’s. Top scorers in each age group will advance
to a sectional competition. Top scorers at the sectional
competition advance to the State Championship competition.
Entry forms are available 1 hour prior to the competition.
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Winter Sprinter
Swim Meet for Adults!
Sun, January 29, 8am
Join us for a morning of
competition and camaraderie!
Swimming distances will range
from 50 to 500 yards in freestyle,
back, breast-stroke, butterfy and
individual medley. Create your own
relays with your buddies on the day of the event!
You can swim up to 5 individual events and 2 relays.
To register: pick up a registration form at Centennial Pool,
the Longmont Recreation Center or online ci.longmont.co.us/rec
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $20 pre-register/ $25 day of event
Taste of Therapy
Wellness Fairs
Don’t miss this opportunity to try a
variety of alternative wellness options.
Try massage, acupuncture, refexology,
energy work and more for only $5 for
15 minutes! Appointments are taken at the
fair on a frst come basis and fll quickly. Come early.
Doors open 15 minutes prior to fair.
Saturdays, 10 am -1 pm
January 14, February 11 and March 10
Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 So. Sunset
Mark Your Calendar!
The 15th Annual Big Taste of Therapy Wellness Fair
Saturday, April 14, 9 am – 3 pm
at the St. Vrain Memorial Building Gymnasium,
700 Longs Peak Avenue
Over 40 Practitioners and vendors!
Underwater
easter egg Hunt!
Sat, April 7, 1-4pm
(Hunt begins at 1:30pm)
Egg hunters of all abilities
will have the opportunity to
collect weighted eggs from
the bottom of the pool and
receive treats for their efforts!
Please note that a paying adult must
be in the water with children 5 years old and younger.
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $10 per family/ $3 per swimmer/ $1 per observer
bike Swap
Sat, April 21
Bring your outgrown, but not outdated, gently used
outdoor gear to trade/sell. Support the Longmont Youth
Triathlon Club and Bicycle Longmont. Get your family/
friends/group together and rent a booth space to sell your
wares: $30 nonprofts/groups, $50 businesses. Vendors/
Businesses encouraged to apply: www.ci.longmont.co.us/
rec/youth. Special mini clinics will be held throughout the
day to improve biking skills, safety and knowledge. Please
call 303-651-8406 or visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/
youth for more information as to location and times after
January 1!
Kinetics Kick off
As part of the Bike Swap, we’ll be hosting the Kinetics Kick
Off. This year’s Kinetics will be held again at Union Reservoir
on Saturday, Aug 25. Stop by and see what it takes to make
a Kinetic sculpture for the race and join the fun!
Mud Hen 5K Run
at McIntosh lake
Sat, April 28, 10am
Enjoy a family-friendly
5K run around beautiful
Lake McIntosh! Registration
forms available at
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec
and at all Recreation Facilities.
Adults: $15 early bird/ $20 after April 20
Youth/Senior: $12 early bird/ $17 after April 20
Annual Youth Fishing Derby
Saturday, May 12, 9am
Longmont Recreation Center Pond
longmont Kids & Adult
Triathlon Weekend
Sat & Sun, June 2 & 3 at Centennial Pool
Start your training now!
Coming in June – Look for the NEW Summer Solstice
Swim – an open water race at Union Reservoir.
17th Annual Rhythm on the River
July 13 & 14, 2012
Accepting applications January 1 on-line for the following:
• GroveStage/WorldBeatStage
• WorldMarketVendorArea
• RestaurantRow
Save The Date!
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Register at ww.ci.longmont.co.us/rotr/index.htm
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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:
Dec 24 & Dec 31, 7am-3pm | April 8 (Easter), 12-4pm
Closed: December 25 & January 1
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
Friday (new) 4:00pm-7:30pm
Saturday 8:00am-1:00pm
Sunday 8:30am-1:00pm
Hours subject to change. Care for 7-10 yr
olds available during Winter Break.
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-8:30pm
Sat/Sun 10:00am-4:00pm
School Breaks, M-F 12:00pm-8:30pm
Dec 24 & 31 10:00am-3:00pm
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
School Breaks, M-F 11:00am-7:30pm
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:
Registrations
taken at this site:
Walk-in or phone in
303-774-4800
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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.
$121 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
Gym Rentals
Celebrate your party your way. Rent the space and customize with an
indoor bouncy house, a live band, or karoke all night. Great for scout parties,
graduations, Sweet 16 parties, and family reunions. Extended hours available.
Maximum Capacity 200 people. Table/chair rentals available.
Gym: $50/hour with 2 hr min and $200 deposit
Itty bitty City
Snow or Shine, our toys are divine! Kids have lots of room to run and play!
Parents must supervise their children. Enjoy two days of play with different toys
and activities featured on each day. No older children please! No fee for babies.
Ages: 6 months to 5 years w/parent
Time: 9-11am
Friday Indoor Playplace: Jan 6-May 16
Monday Mania: Jan 9-May 14
Fee: $2 per child drop-in; 10 Visit Pass: $17
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
Sports Theme Party
Enjoy gym activities and sports.
Ages 3 to 6 years
Dance Imagination Party
Drama, music, storytelling, dance and
play. 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!
building/Weight Room Hours
Monday-Friday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Hours: Closed
Dec 24, 25, 31,
Jan 1 & April 8
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:
•Lockerrooms •Fitnessroom
•WeightroomwithTreadmills,Lifecycles,
Ellipticals, free weights, and circuit weights
•LocksandLockersareavailable
•Building Rentals Available
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.
Did you know that the St Vrain
Memorial building is home to:
•TumblingClasses
•FitnessClasses•Camps
•SmallWondersLicensed Pre-School
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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
Shelter rentals available during
Open Skate Hours
Public Skating Schedule
December 19, 2011-January 1, 2012
Mon 10am-7:15pm
Tues 10am-7:15pm
Wed 10am-7:15pm
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, 2012
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.
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, 2012
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
Drop-in Figure Skating
January 5-March 9, 2012
Thurs 5:15-6pm
Ice Rink Group Rate
For groups of 10 or more people: call
ahead to pre-schedule your group and
receive a dollar off admission! No
deposit necessary, just call 303-774-
4777 with a name, phone number and
number of people expected. Fee is
per person. Skate rental additional.
Resident Non-Res
Child 2-5 years $3.50 $4.50
Youth 6-17 years $4.00 $5.00
Adult 18-54 years $4.50 $5.50
Senior 55 and up $4.00 $5.00
birthday Parties on Ice
Bring your child’s next birthday party
to the ice rink! A party tent can be
reserved for your group at no additional
charge during open skate hours. For
groups of 10 or more, the group rate
above applies.
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.
Adult learn-to-Play Hockey
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
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 online or at the Ice Pavilion
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.

Stickhandling Skills
Learn the skills needed to “deke” the competition!
Jan 8-Feb 5, Sun, 5:15-6:15pm Code: 2013.112
Fee: $75 resident / $93.25 non-resident
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 resident / $93.25 non-resident
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The Longmont Ice Pavilion is proud to offer the United States
Figure Skating Basic Skills Program! Your USFS Membership
fee is included in the cost of the class registration, no need to
register for the membership separately!
To advance to next level in lessons, skaters must pass or
demonstrate the skills from the previous level.
Session 2: January 5 - February 2 (5 classes)
½ Hour Class Fees: $55 res, $67.50 non-res
¾ Hour Class Fees: $80 res, $98.25 non-res
Session 3: February 9 – March 8 (5 classes)
½ Hour Class Fees: $55 res, $67.50 non res
¾ Hour Class Fees: $80 res, $98.25 non-res
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.
For descriptions of below learn-to-skate classes, see www.
ci.longmont.co.us/rec/Icerink/lesson.htm
Basic Skills 4 Thursday, 7-7:30pm Code: 2044.1
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
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.
For descriptions of below learn-to-skate classes,
see www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/icerink/lesson.htm
Adult 3 Thursday, 7-7:45pm Code: 2052.1
Adult 4 Friday, 7-7:45pm Code: 2053.1
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
learn-to-Skate Classes- longmont Skating School
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Winter/ Spring Hours
December 2011- May 2012
Fitness Room
Mon-Thurs 5:30am-8pm
Friday 5:30am-6:30pm
Saturday 7am-4pm
Sunday 11am-5pm
Lap Swim*
Mon–Fri 5:30am-2:30pm
Friday 5:30pm-6:30pm
(through Mar 30)
Saturday 8am-11am & 1-4pm
Sunday 11am-5pm
*Lap swims may share pool space and as
few as two lanes may be available. Circle
swimming is encouraged. The facility will
close 15 minutes after the last swimming
session. Please plan your shower/
changing times accordingly.
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
Special Hours/Pool Closures:
No School Days
Lap Swim: 5:30am-3:30pm
Open Swim: 1-3:30pm
Mon- Fri; Dec 19-Jan 3
Jan 16; Feb 20
Mon- Fri; Mar 26-30
Holiday Facility Hours
Facility closes at 1pm:
Sat, Dec 24 & Dec 31
Facility Closed:
Sun, Dec 25, Jan 1, Apr 8
For land & water ftness schedules,
see pages 18-20.
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 monthly 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.
birthday Party Packages
Have a care-free party at Centennial Pool complete with birthday cake, punch,
all the trimmings 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 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.
Private After-Hour Rentals at Centennial Pool
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 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
Fee: $50/ hour for up to 25 swimmers
$60/ hour for up to 50 swimmers
$70/ hour for up to 75 swimmers
$80/ hour for up to 100 swimmers
$100/ hour for more than 100 swimmers
Multipurpose Room Rental
Rent the multipurpose room at Centennial Pool
during regular operation hours and receive the
prescheduled group rate to use the facility.
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

Parents night out
When was your last date night? Girls or guys
night out? Drop the kiddos at Centennial Pool
for a fun, supervised evening of swimming and a
movie, while you enjoy a much needed parents’
night out! Light dinner and snacks included.
Sat, February 11, 5-9pm Code: 6201.101
Sat, March 10, 5-9pm Code: 6201.201
Sat, May 12, 5-9pm Code: 6201.202
Ages: 5-10 years
Fee: $12 resident / $15 non-resident
$2 second-child discount
Did you know that
Centennial Pool is
home to:
• TRXFitnessClasses
• IndoorCyclingClasses
• WaterFitnessClasses
• TriathlonTraining
Programs
• SwimTeamsforall
ages and abilities
• MasterSwimming
Programs
Upcoming Special Events
See page 2 for more information
Winter Sprinter
Swim Meet for Adults!
Sun, Jan 29, 8am
Underwater easter egg Hunt!
Sat, April 7, 1-4pm
(Hunt begins at 1:30pm)
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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:5yrs&up•40min
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 1:6yrs&up•1hr
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: 6yrs&up•1hr
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.
Individuals with Special needs
City of Longmont Recreation Services welcomes and strives
to accommodate individuals of all physical and intellectual
abilities in our learn-to-swim programs. If you or your child
have concerns about or need special accommodation to
participate in swimming lessons, please call 303-651-8408.
For individuals not ready for or comfortable participating
in group lessons, please read on for information on private
lessons. To schedule adapted swim lessons for your group,
please call 303-651-8408.
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 add
your name/number, pool, time & day preference to the list.
Private Fee: $18 resident/ $22 non-resident
per ½ hour
Semi-Private Fee: (2+) $25 resident /$31 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.
Adult & Senior Swim Classes
See pages 11 & 12!
Saturday Mornings
Time Jan Ssn Mar Ssn Apr Ssn
Date
1/7-2/18
(7 wk)
2/25-4/7
(7 wk)
4/14-5/19
(6 wk)
Fee $26.25/$33 $26.25/$33 $22.50/$28.25
Aquababy
/tot
10:15 AM 6050.103 6050.201 6050.204
Turtle 9:40 AM 6053.109 6053.204 6053.211
11:10 AM 6053.110 6053.205 6053.212
Alligator 9:05 AM 6054.109 6054.204 6054.211
10:50 AM 6054.110 6054.205 6054.212
Seal 8:30 AM 6055.109 6055.204 6055.211
10:35 AM 6055.110 6055.205 6055.212
Dolphin 9:15 AM 6056.107 6056.203 6056.208
Whale 9:15 AM 6057.107 6057.203 6057.208
Level 1 10:45 AM 6001.105 6001.202 6001.206
Level 2 10:00 AM 6002.105 6002.202 6002.207
10:35 AM 6002.106 6002.203 6002.208
Level 3 8:30 AM 6003.105 6003.202 6003.207
10:00 AM 6003.106 6003.203 6003.208
Level 4 8:30 AM 6004.103 6004.201 6004.205
9:50 AM 6004.104 6004.202 6004.206
Level 5 9:15 AM 6005.103 6005.201 6005.204
Level 6 8:30 AM 6006.103 6006.201 6006.204
Fee $28 / $35 $28 / $35 $24 / $30
Water
Explorers
11:05 AM 6150.105 6150.202 6150.205
Fee $35/$43.75 $35/$43.75 $30/$37.50
Beginning
BLAST
9:15 AM 6214.104 6214.201 6214.204
Sunday Afternoons
Time Jan Ssn Mar Ssn* Apr Ssn
Date
1/8-2/19
(7 wk)
2/26-4/1
(6 wk)
4/15-5/20
(6 wk)
Fee $26.25/$33 $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25
Aquababy
/tot
4:00 PM 6050.104 6050.202 6050.205
Turtle 2:50 PM 6053.111 6053.206 6053.213
Alligator 3:25 PM 6054.111 6054.206 6054.213
Seal 4:30 PM 6055.111 6055.206 6055.213
Dolphin 3:35 PM 6056.108 6056.204 6056.209
Whale 3:35 PM 6057.108 6057.204 6057.209
Level 1 2:55 PM 6001.106 6001.203 6001.207
Level 2 3:00 PM 6002.107 6002.204 6002.209
Level 3 4:15 PM 6003.107 6003.204 6003.209
Level 4 3:30 PM 6004.105 6004.203 6004.207
Level 5 4:10 PM 6005.104 6005.202 6005.205
Level 6 4:10 PM 6006.104 6006.202 6006.205
Teen/
Tween
4:20 PM 6102.104 6102.201 6102.205
BLAST Fee $35/$43.75 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50
Beginning
BLAST
3:35 PM 6214.105 6214.202 6214.205
BLAST 1 12:30 PM 6214.114 6214.211 6214.213
BLAST 2 1:30 PM 6214.124 6214.221 6214.223
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Monday & Wednesday AM & PM
Time Jan Ssn Feb Ssn March Ssn April Ssn May Ssn
Date
1/9-1/25
(3 wk)
1/30-2/22
(4 wk)
2/27-3/21
(4 wk)
4/2-4/25
(4 wk)
4/30-5/16
(3 wk)
Fee $22.50/$28.25 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $22.50/$28.25
Aquababy
/tot
5:30 PM 6050.102 6050.105 6050.200 6050.203 6050.206
Turtle 10:05 AM 6053.105 6053.112 6053.200 6053.207 6053.214
3:45 PM 6053.106 6053.113 6053.201 6053.208 6053.215
5:05 PM 6053.107 6053.114 6053.202 6053.209 6053.216
Alligator 10:40 AM 6054.105 6054.112 6054.200 6054.207 6054.214
3:45 PM 6054.106 6054.113 6054.201 6054.208 6054.215
4:55 PM 6054.107 6054.114 6054.202 6054.209 6054.216
Seal 9:30 AM 6055.105 6055.112 6055.200 6055.207 6055.214
4:20 PM 6055.106 6055.113 6055.201 6055.208 6054.215
5:05 PM 6055.107 6055.114 6055.202 6055.209 6055.216
Dolphin 11:15 AM 6056.104 6056.109 6056.200 6056.205 6056.210
4:00 PM 6056.105 6056.110 6056.201 6056.206 6056.211
Whale 11:50 AM 6057.104 6057.109 6057.200 6057.205 6057.210
4:00 PM 6057.105 6057.110 6057.201 6057.206 6057.211
Level 1 4:30 PM 6001.103 6001.107 6001.200 6001.204 6001.208
6:05 PM 6001.104 6001.108 6001.201 6001.205 6001.209
Level 2 4:35 PM 6002.103 6002.108 6002.200 6002.205 6002.210
5:40 PM 6002.104 6002.109 6002.201 6002.206 6002.211
Level 3 4:20 PM 6003.103 6003.108 6003.200 6003.205 6003.210
5:10 PM 6003.104 6003.109 6003.201 6003.206 6003.211
Level 4 5:40 PM 6004.102 6004.106 6004.200 6004.204 6004.208
Level 5 6:15 PM 6005.101 6005.105 6005.200 6005.203 6005.206
Level 6 5:55 PM 6006.102 6006.105 6006.200 6006.203 6006.206
Teen/
Tween
6:05 PM 6102.103 6102.105 6102.200 6102.202 6102.204
Water
Explorers
Fee $12 / $15 $16 / $20 $16 / $20 $16 / $20 $12 / $15
Mondays 8:55 AM 6150.103 6150.106 6150.200 6150.203 6150.206
Wednes-
days
8:55 AM 6150.104 6150.107 6150.201 6150.204 6150.207
BLAST Fee $30/$37.50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $40/$50 $30/$37.50
Beginning
BLAST
4:15 PM 6214.103 6214.106 6214.200 6214.203 6214.206
BLAST 1 5:00 PM 6214.113 6214.115 6214.210 6214.212 6214.214
BLAST 2 5:30 PM 6214.123 6214.125 6214.220 6214.222 6214.224
Tuesday & Thursday AM
Time Jan Ssn Feb Ssn March Ssn April Ssn May Ssn
Date
1/10-1/26
(3 wk)
1/31-2/23
(4 wk)
2/28-3/22
(4 wk)
4/3-4/26
(4 wk)
5/1-5/17
(3 wk)
Fee $22.50/$28.25 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 11:30 AM 6053.108 6053.115 6053.203 6053.210 6053.217
Alligator 12:05 PM 6054.108 6054.115 6054.203 6054.210 6054.217
Seal 10:55 AM 6055.108 6055.115 6055.203 6055.210 6055.217
Dolphin 10:20 AM 6056.106 6056.111 6056.202 6056.207 6056.212
Whale 9:00 AM 6057.106 6057.111 6057.202 6057.207 6057.212
Centennial Pool Swim lessons
* No lessons Sunday, April 8
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Tuesday Afternoons
Time Jan Ssn Mar Ssn Apr Ssn
Date 1/10-2/14 (6 wk) 2/21-3/20 (5 wk) 4/3-5/8 (6 wk)
Fee $22.50/$28.25 $18.75/$23.50 $22.50/$28.25
Aquababy
/tot
5:30 PM 6050.172 6050.262 6050.272
Turtle 3:45 PM 6053.172 6053.262 6053.272
4:20 PM 6053.173 6053.263 6053.273
4:55 PM 6053.174 6053.264 6053.274
Alligator 3:45 PM 6054.172 6054.262 6054.272
4:20 PM 6054.173 6054.263 6054.273
4:55 PM 6054.174 6054.264 6054.274
Seal 3:45 PM 6055.172 6055.262 6055.272
4:55 PM 6055.173 6055.263 6055.273
Dolphin 4:20 PM 6056.172 6056.262 6056.272
Whale 4:30 PM 6057.172 6057.262 6057.272
Level 1 4:30 PM 6001.172 6001.262 6001.272
Level 2 3:45 PM 6002.172 6002.262 6002.272
Level 3 3:45 PM 6003.172 6003.262 6003.272
5:05 PM 6003.173 6003.263 6003.273
Level 4 3:45 PM 6004.172 6004.262 6004.272
5:05 PM 6004.173 6004.263 6004.273
Level 5/6 4:20 PM 6005.172 6005.262 6005.272
Date 1/17-2/7 2/28-3/20 4/10-5/1
Fee $16/$20 $16/$20 $16/$20
Water
Explorers
5:00 PM 6150.172 6150.262 6150.272
Wednesday Afternoons
Time Jan Ssn Mar Ssn Apr Ssn
Date 1/18-2/22 (6 wk) 2/29-4/11 (5 wk) 4/18-5/16 (6 wk)
Fee $22.50/$28.25 $18.75/$23.50 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 12:00 PM 6053.171 6053.261 6053.271
Alligator 1:10 PM 6054.171 6054.261 6054.271
Seal 12:35 PM 6055.171 6055.261 6055.271
Dolphin 1:45 PM 6056.171 6056.261 6056.271
Thursday Afternoons
Time Jan Ssn Mar Ssn Apr Ssn
Date 1/12-2/16 (6 wk) 2/23-3/22 (5 wk) 4/12-5/10 (6 wk)
Fee $22.50/$28.25 $18.75/$23.50 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 3:45 PM 6053.176 6053.266 6053.276
4:20 PM 6053.177 6053.267 6053.277
Alligator 3:45 PM 6054.176 6054.266 6054.276
4:20 PM 6054.177 6054.267 6054.277
Seal 3:45 PM 6055.176 6055.266 6055.276
4:55 PM 6055.177 6055.267 6055.277
Dolphin 4:20 PM 6056.176 6056.266 6056.276
Whale 4:55 PM 6057.176 6057.266 6057.276
Level 1 3:45 PM 6001.176 6001.266 6001.276
Level 2 5:05 PM 6002.176 6002.266 6002.276
Level 3 4:20 PM 6003.176 6003.266 6003.276
Level 4 4:55 PM 6004.176 6004.266 6004.276
Level 5/6 3:45 PM 6005.176 6005.266 6005.276
Teen Tween 5:20 PM 6102.176 6102.266 6102.276
Sunday Mornings
Time Jan Ssn Mar Ssn Apr Ssn
Date
1/8-2/12
(6 wk)
2/19-3/25
(6 wk)
4/15-5/20
(6 wk)
Fee $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25 $22.50/$28.25
Aquababy/tot 9:40 AM 6050.178 6050.268 6050.278
Turtle 8:30 AM 6053.178 6053.268 6053.278
9:40 AM 6053.179 6053.269 6053.279
Alligator 8:30 AM 6054.178 6054.268 6054.278
9:40 AM 6054.179 6054.269 6054.279
Seal 8:30 AM 6055.178 6055.268 6055.278
9:05 AM 6055.179 6055.269 6055.279
Dolphin 9:05 AM 6056.178 6056.268 6056.278
Whale 9:05 AM 6057.178 6057.268 6057.278
Level 1 8:30 AM 6001.178 6001.268 6001.278
Level 2 9:05 AM 6002.178 6002.268 6002.278
Level 3 8:30 AM 6003.178 6003.268 6003.278
Level 4 9:05 AM 6004.178 6004.268 6004.278
Level 5/6 9:15 AM 6005.178 6005.268 6005.278
Date 1/15-2/5 2/26-3/18 4/22-5/13
Fee $16/$20 $16/$20 $16/$20
Water
Explorers
8:30 AM 6150.178 6150.268 6150.278
Tuesday & Thursday Mornings
Time Jan Ssn Feb Ssn Mar Ssn Apr Ssn May Ssn
Date
1/3-1/26
(4 wk)
1/31-2/23
(4 wk)
2/28-3/22
(4 wk)
4/3-4/26
(4 wk)
5/1-5/17
(3 wk)
Fee $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $30/$37.50 $22.50/$28.25
Turtle 10:05 AM 6053.170 6053.180 6053.260 6053.270 6053.280
Alligator 9:00AM 6054.170 6054.180 6054.260 6054.270 6054.280
Seal 10:05 AM 6055.170 6055.180 6055.260 6055.270 6055.280
Dolphin 10:40 AM 6056.170 6056.180 6056.260 6056.270 6056.280
Whale 8:55 AM 6057.170 6057.180 6057.260 6057.270 6057.280
Aquababy/tot
(Tues only)
9:30 AM 6050.170 6050.180 6050.260 6050.270 6050.280
*Aquababy/tot fee is $15 for 4 week sessions or $11.25 for 3 week sessions
Date 1/5-1/26 2/2-2/23 3/1-3/22 4/5-4/26 5/3-5/17
Fee $16/$20 $16/$20 $16/$20 $16/$20 $16/$20
Water
Explorers
(Thur only)
9:30 AM 6150.170 6150.180 6150.260 6150.270 6150.280
longmont Recreation Center Swim lessons
There will not be any swim lessons during
St Vrain Valley’s Spring Break March 26 - April 3.
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Cara Swim Team
CARA swimming is a recreational swim team for youth ages
6-18 who are not USS swimmers, with an emphasis placed
on technique building, endurance building and FUN! Age is
determined by your child’s age on Jan 1, 2012.
Prerequisite 6-10, 6-12 & 11-14 groups: Ability to swim one
length of pool front crawl with rotary breathing and back
crawl without stopping or using assistance.
Prerequisite 8-18 & 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.
Meets: TBA
Centennial Tsunamis CARA:
Practice: January 3 – April 24 (15.5wks)
*No practice 3/27 & 3/29
Days: Tuesday & Thursday
Parent Meeting: First 15 minutes of practice on Jan 3
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Age Group Time Code Fee
6-8 yrs 5:30-6:15pm 6203.101 $93 res/$116.25 non
9-10 yrs 6:15-7pm 6203.102 $93 res/$116.25 non
11-14 yrs 5:30-6:30pm 6203.103 $98 res/$122.50 non
11-18 yrs 6:30-7:45pm 6203.104 $100.75 res/$126 non
Longmont Recreation Center Piranha CARA:
Practice: January 9 – May 2 (16wks)
*No practice 3/26 & 3/28
Days: Monday & Wednesday
Parent Meeting: Wed, Jan 11, 5pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Age Group Time Code Fee
6-12 yrs 4:25-5:10pm 6203.170 $96 res/$120 non
8-18 yrs 4:25-5:25pm 6203.171 $101 res/$126.50
6-12 yrs 5:15-6:00pm 6203.172 $96 res/$120 non
8-18 yrs 5:30-6:45pm 6203.173 $104 res/$130 non
Pre-Summer Cara Prep
Age is determined by your child’s age on the frst day of
class. Just keep swimming! Don’t take the month of May
off! This is a great chance to stay in the water working
on technique and endurance to be ready for summer swim
teams and/or triathlons!
Date/Days: May 1-17, Tuesday & Thursdays
Age Group Time Code Fee
6-8 yrs 5:30-6:15pm 6203.201 $24 res/ $30 non
9-10 yrs 6:15-7pm 6203.202 $24 res/ $30 non
11-14 yrs 5:30-6:30pm 6203.203 $27 res/ $33.75 non
11-18 yrs 6:30-7:30pm 6203.204 $27 res/ $33.75 non
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
CARA Dive Team- longmont Twisters!
Pre-Requisite: Must be able to comfortably perform front
dives from the diving board. All prospective CARA Dive
Team divers will be evaluated the frst week of practice.
Are you coordinated, gutsy and love the water? Come try
out for the CARA Dive Team! Looking for divers who are
excited to try new dives and fips off of the diving boards
and compete with other Front Range CARA Divers. Choose
once or twice a week options.
8 to 18 years: Tues & Wed, 5:30-6:45pm
Dates: Jan 10-Mar 21* (10 wks) *No class 1/31 & 2/1
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
2xweek Fee: $145 res/ $181.25 non-res Code: 6209.111
1xweek Fee: $72.50 res/ $90.75 non-res
Tuesday Only Code: 6209.112
Wednesday Only Code: 6209.113
Adult/Senior Swim lessons
It is never too late to learn to swim or improve your skills!
For adults and seniors of all swimming abilities, this class
offers individualized instruction within a supportive group
environment.
18 to Adult:
Dates: Sundays, 8:30-9:15am Code:
Jan 8-Feb 12 $30 res/$37.50 non-res 6101.178
Feb 19-Mar 25 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 6101.268
Apr 15-May 20 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 6101.278
Location: Longmont Recreation Center
310 Quail Road
18 to Adult:
Dates: Sundays, 2:45-3:30pm Code:
Jan 8-Feb 19 $35 res/ $43.75 non-res 6101.101
Feb 26-Apr 1 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 6101.102
Apr 15-May 20 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res 6101.201
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.
50 years +: Tuesday, 10:45-
11:30am
Dates: Jan 3-Feb 7 Code: 6101.161
Feb 14-Mar 20 Code: 6101.171
Apr 3-May 8 Code: 6101.271
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $30 resident/ $37.50 non-resident
Adult Swim Technique Training
Not sure you’re ready for a Masters workout? Geared
towards adults and seniors looking to refne their stroke,
improve endurance, join Masters or train with other adults
in a smaller group setting. Masters Coach Robert provides
individualized instruction intended to improve your stroke
and breathing technique. *No class Jan 29.
18 to Adult: Sun, 11am-12pm
Dates: Jan 8-Feb 19* Code: 6101.103
Feb 26-Apr 1 Code: 6101.104
Apr 15-May 20 Code: 6101.202
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $36 resident / $45 non-resident
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Swimming for beginning Triathletes
Learn the techniques- sighting, drafting, group swimming-
and develop the endurance you need to tackle your frst
open water swim. Recommended for swimmers able to
swim 100 yards or more without stopping. *No class Apr 8.
18 to Adult:
Mar 25-May 20*, Sun, 3:45-4:45pm Code: 6101.203
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $48 resident / $60 non-resident
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! Maximum of 16 kayaks.
When reserving- please use Code: 4793 + Date(s) desired.
Days/Dates: Sundays, 5-7pm, Jan 8-April 1
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $8 resident/ $10 non-resident
ARC lifeguard Training
Pre-Requisite: Must be 15 years
old before the last class; 550 yard
continuous swim of 200 Front
Crawl, 200 Breaststroke, 150
Front Crawl or Breaststroke. Be
prepared to swim pre-requisites
at the frst class!
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 to ensure place in class. If
you are unsure if you can pass
the Pre-Requisite- drop in to the
Beginning Masters Swim Group
Tues/ Thurs nights 7:30pm-
8:30pm at Centennial Pool!
15 to Adult: $160 resident/ $200 non-resident
Dec Ssn: Pre-Test: Dec 21, Wed 5-6pm
Dec 27-30, Tues-Fri 9am-6pm
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine Code: 6301.101
Feb Ssn: Pre-Test & Class: Feb 12, Sun, 8-3pm
Feb 17, Fri 5-8pm; Feb 18, Sat 11-7pm;
Feb 19, Sun 8-3pm
Feb 20, Mon 8-4pm Code: 6301.102
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine
Mar Ssn: Pre-Test on 1st day of class Code: 6301.201
Mar 27-30, Tues-Fri 9am-6pm
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine
Apr Ssn: Pre-Test on 1st day of class Code: 6301.250
Apr 9-30, Sundays 10am-5pm & Mondays 5-8pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Pre-Water Safety Instructor Training
This class will help you successfully pass the pre-requisites
to take the ARC Water Safety Instructor Training. Strokes
taught and perfected by an experienced instructor to help
prepare you to teach others how to swim. $10 will be credited
towards WSI class. Save $5 when sign up for both days.
15 to Adult:
Front/Back Crawl, Elementary Backstroke
Dec 26, Mon, 4:30-6pm Code: 6320.110
Mar 21, Wed, 5:30-7pm Code: 6320.112
Breaststroke, Butterfy, Sidestroke
Dec 27, Tue, 4:30-6pm Code: 6320.111
Mar 23, Fri, 4:30-6pm Code: 6320.113
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $10 resident/ $12.50 non-resident
ARC Water Safety
Instructor Training
Pre-Requisite: 16 yrs old on
or before the last day of class.
Level 4 profciency of Front
& Back Crawl, Breaststroke,
Sidestroke, Elementary
Backstroke and Butterfy.
Learn the techniques and skills
necessary to be an American
Red Cross Instructor. FIT
certifcation is included with
this class. Class is intensive;
please bring swim suit(s),
towel(s), pen and highlighter
and food to get you through.
Must attend all classes.
16 to Adult: $160 resident / $200 non-resident
pending employee $90
Jan Ssn: Code: 6320.100
Jan 9, Mon, 5-9:30pm, pretest and FIT
Jan 13, Fri, 5-9:30pm; Jan 14, Sat, 9-6pm; Jan 15, Sun,
11-7pm; Jan 16, Mon, 5-9:30pm; Jan 19, Thurs, 5-9pm
Apr Ssn: Code: 6320.200
Apr 2, Mon, 5-9:30pm pretest and FIT
Apr 13, Fri, 5-9:30pm; Apr 14, Sat, 9-6pm; Apr 15, Sun,
11-7pm; Apr 16, Mon, 5-9:30pm; Apr 19, Thurs, 5-9pm
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Swim Instructor Aide
Pre-Requisite: 11 years old and completion of Level 4.
Enjoy swimming and like children? Want to be a Water
Safety Instructor, but not 16 yet? Learn how to assist
instructors with swim lessons. After successful completion
of class, year round volunteer opportunities exist with City
of Longmont swimming lessons!
11 to 16 years: Saturdays, 8:30-11:30am
Dates: Jan 14 & 21 Code: 6322.101
Apr 21 & 28 Code: 6322.203
11 to 16 years: Sundays, 2-5pm
Dates: Jan 15 & 22 Code: 6322.102
Apr 22 & 29 Code: 6322.204
11 to 16 years:Monday & Wednesday, 4-7pm
Dates: Feb 6 & 8 Code: 6322.103
Mar 5 & 7 Code: 6322.201
Apr 9 & 11 Code: 6322.202
May 7 & 9 Code: 6322.205
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Hiring for Summer 2012 begins in January!
Get your Lifeguard and/or WSI certifcation today to be ready to apply!
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babysitter’s Training
The American Red Cross
Babysitter’s Training course
provides the information and
skills necessary to provide
safe and responsible care
for children in the absence
of parents or guardians. This
training will help participants
develop skills in 5 critical
areas: leadership, safety and safe play, basic care, frst aid,
and professionalism.
11 to 16 years:
Fee: $55 resident/ $68.75 non-resident
Dec 29-30, Thurs & Fri, 11:30am-3:30pm Code: 6310.101
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave
Jan 16, Mon, 9am-4:30pm Code: 6310.102
Feb 20, Mon, 9am-4:30pm Code: 6310.103
Location: Youth Center, 1050 Lashley St
Mar 2, Fri, 9am-4:30pm Code: 6310.201
Apr 27, Fri, 5-8pm & Sat, Apr 28, 12-4pm Code: 6310.202
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
babysitter’s boot Camp
This course includes certifcation in 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 ages 12 and older. Please bring a sack
lunch or snacks as needed.
12 to Adult: $85 resident / $106.25 non-resident
Dates: Mar 29-30, Thurs & Fri, 9am-3pm
Code: 6310.225
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
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 an over-phone interview prior to
the event for selection and confrmation. This is a FREE
volunteer opportunity.
11 to 19 years: FREE Code:
Dates: Feb 11, Sat, 4-9:15pm 6310.175
Mar 10, Sat, 4-9:15pm 6310.275
May 12, Sat, 4-9:15pm 6310.276
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
CPR with AeD
This American Red Cross class covers CPR & AED for
adults, children and infants.
12 to Adult:
Fee $65 resident/ $81.25 non-resident
Dates: Jan 16, Mon, 9-12pm Code: 6332.150
Mar 10, Sat, 9-12pm Code: 6332.250
May 9, Wed, 5-8pm Code: 6332.251
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
CPR/AeD & First Aid
This American Red Cross course covers CPR & AED for
adults, children and infants and First Aid.
12 to Adult: $85 resident/ $106.25 non-resident
Dates: Dec 20&22, T/Th, 4-7pm Code: 6330.401
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Dates: Feb 26, Sun, 10-3pm Code: 6330.150
Apr 2&4, M/W, 7-9:30pm Code: 6330.250
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
First Aid
The American Red Cross First Aid Basics.
12 to Adult: Mar 10, Sat, 1-4pm Code: 6333.202
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
12 to Adult: May 11, Fri, 5-8pm Code: 6333.203
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $50 resident / $62.50 non-resident
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. This includes wilderness and remote
environments, including urban disasters. Must have CPR
certifcation prior to class.
14 to Adult: Sat, Mar 17 & 24, 9-5pm Code: 6334.250
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $75 resident/ $93.75 non-resident
We will bring CPR, AED, 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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Union Reservoir Hours
Park Fees Apply Year-round
November 1-February 28:
Open daily from sunrise to sunset
walk in access only.
March 1-April 30:
Daily, 6am-6pm
Note: Hours subject to change
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
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.
Boating and camping
are closed for the season.
Boating is available March 1.
Camping is available May 1.
Visit www.ci.longmont.co.us/parks/park_list
or call 303-772-1265 for more information.
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YAb 3-8 grade basketball: It’s not too late!
Yes, the deadline is past, but there still may be openings on
teams. Call René at 303-651-8398 for more information.
basketball ball Handling Camp
Wellborn Educational
Services, Inc (High Country
Dribblers) 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: Tues-Thurs, 8am–12noon
Dates: Dec 27-29 Code: 2014.100
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road
Fee: $85 resident/$106.25 non-resident
neW! Youth beginning Fencing
Learn fundamentals, skills and rules of this fast, fun and
intense sport. Dedicated to terminology, footwork, games,
simple attacks and blocks. Instruction is simple and each
class is lively, building on the skills learned in the previous
class. All program supplies are provided.
8 to 13 years: Saturdays, 9:45-10:30am
Dates: Jan 7-Feb 11 Code: 2036.100
Apr 7-May 12 Code: 2036.101
Instructor: Wojtek Agnieszka
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd.
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Preschool Sports Clinic
Come in and enjoy a workout while the little one burns some
energy. These clinics will be held indoors and will focus on
the basics of the game. The Multi Sport class could include
volleyball, basketball, football, soccer, tennis, badminton,
lacrosse, baseball or hockey. Please have your child wear
tennis shoes.
3 to 5 years: 10:30-11:15am
Basketball: Jan 30–Feb 20 Mondays Code: 2037.120
Feb 1–22 Wednesdays Code: 2037.121
Feb 28–Mar 20 Tuesdays Code: 2037.220
Mar 1–22 Thursdays Code: 2037.221
Multi Sport: Jan 31-Feb 21 Tuesdays Code: 2037.140
Feb 2–23 Thursdays Code: 2037.141
Feb 27–Mar 19 Mondays Code: 2037.240
Feb 29–Mar 21 Wednesdays Code: 2037.241
May 1-22 Tuesdays Code: 2037.242
May 3-24 Thursdays Code: 2037.243
Soccer: Apr 2–Apr 23 Mondays Code: 2037.210
Apr 4–25 Wednesdays Code: 2037.211
T-Ball: Apr 3–24 Tuesdays Code: 2037.200
Apr 5–26 Thursdays Code: 2037.201
Apr 30-May 21 Mondays Code: 2037.202
May 2-23 Wednesdays Code: 2037.203
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Gym, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Indoor Soccer - Game only league Middle and
High School
The fastest indoor sport is back! No need to drive all over
the Front Range for indoor soccer. Stay warm and dry in the
comforts of the St Vrain Memorial Building while working on
your soccer skills. Teams are co-ed and for middle school and
high school students only! Games are scheduled every hour.
Dates/Time: Jan 21–Mar 10, Saturdays, 6-9:30pm
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Code: Middle School: 4790.121
High School: 4790.122
Fee: $27 resident/$33.75 non-resident
YAb Kindergarten Spring basketball
An organized team participation program with an emphasis
on teamwork, sportsmanship, skill development and fun!
Coed teams will meet 6 times and will not include games.
Includes a t-shirt and a basketball.
Grade: Kindergarten
Dates/Days Mar 9-Apr 13, Fridays
Time: 3:30-4:15pm Code: 2011.220
4:15-5pm Code: 2011.221
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
YAb 1st-2nd Grade basketball
An organized coed team participation program with an
emphasis of the program on teamwork, sportsmanship, skill
development and fun! Players will play 2 exhibition games
towards the end of the season on weeknights. Includes a
t-shirt and a basketball for each player.
Grades: 1 & 2
Dates/Times Mar 5–Apr 12, 4:15-5pm
Days: Monday/Wednesday Code: 2011.210
Tuesday/Thursday Code: 2011.211
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road
Fee: $50/$62.50 non-resident
basketball ball Handling & Shooting Camp
Wellborn Educational Services, Inc (High Country Dribblers)
is pleased to offer a basketball camp that specifcally teaches
ball-handling (dribbling) and shooting 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 and shooting! Increasing self-
esteem is possibly the greatest gift this camp gives young
people. Camp includes a basketball and awards.
7 to 12 years: Mon-Wed, 8am–12noon
Dates: March 26-28 Code: 2014.200
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $85 resident/$106.25 non-resident
CARA Spring In-line Hockey
An organized team participation program for boys and
girls in grades 3-12. The emphasis of this program is fun
and participation. Games will be played in Longmont
or surrounding communities on Saturdays. Registration
Deadline is Sun, Mar 11. Games begin Mar 24. Mandatory
Equipment: In-Line skates, stick, helmet (with face cage), hip
girdle, mouthpiece, kneepads, elbow pads, hockey gloves,
and shin guards. Shoulder and chest guard recommended.
Grades: 3-5 Code: 2019.201
6-8 Code: 2019.202
9-12 Code: 2019.203
Dates: Mar 12-May 19
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
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Spring 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 a 6 game schedule with practice two hours per
week. Registration Deadline is Mar 25. Games begin Apr 14.
Grades: 3&4 Code: 2022.201
5&6 Code: 2022.202
7&8 Code: 2022.203
Dates: Apr 2-May 19
Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident
Fast Pitch Softball
The Youth Fastpitch softball program is affliated with the
IPGSA league and is an organized team participation
program for girls 6-18 years. The emphasis of the program
is placed on teamwork, sportsmanship, skill development
and fun. Teams will meet 2-3 times per week for games and/
or practices. Away games involve travel to nearby cities.
Please register according to the child’s age as of Jan 1,
2012. A copy of your child’s birth certifcate must be on fle
at the Longmont Recreation Center. Registration Deadline is
Mar 25. Games begin May 1.
Dates: Apr 1-Jun 30
Ages: Fee: Code:
8 & under $60 res/$75 non res 2017.201
10 & under $65 res/$81.25 non-res 2017.202
12 & under $70 res/$87.50 non-res 2017.203
14 & under $75 res/$93.75 non-res 2017.204
18 & under $80 res/$100 non-res 2017.205
Spring break Sports Camp
Come join the Recreation Staff for a week of playing
outdoors. We will play multiple sports which could include
foor hockey, basketball, t-ball, softball, soccer, volleyball,
fag football, tennis and/or kickball. Please come prepared
for the weather and ready to play in tennis shoes. Bring
sunscreen, a water bottle and a snack. You can sign up for
one day or the whole week.
6 to 12 years: 9am-12noon
Dates: Mar 26, Monday Code: 2033.200
Mar 27, Tuesday Code: 2033.201
Mar 28, Wednesday Code: 2033.202
Mar 29, Thursday Code: 2033.203
Mar 30, Friday Code: 2033.204
Location: Clark Centennial Park, 1100 Lashley Street
Daily Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident

Spring Tennis lessons
All Tennis lessons are for beginner to advanced beginners.
Lessons for 4-9 year olds will use the QuickStart Tennis
format. Participants must supply their own racket. Balls will
be provided.
Days: Tuesday/Thursday
Dates: April 3-19
4-6 years 4-4:30pm Code: 2021.200
7-9 years 4:30-5:30pm Code: 2021.201
10-12 years 5:30-6:30pm Code: 2021.202
13-17 years 6:30-7:30pm Code: 2021.203
Dates: May 1-17
4-6 years 4-4:30pm Code: 2021.210
7-9 years 4:30-5:30pm Code: 2021.211
10-12 years 5:30-6:30pm Code: 2021.212
13-17 years 6:30-7:30pm Code: 2021.213
Instructor: Ann Noble
Location: Hover Park Tennis Courts, 1361 Charles Drive
Fee: Ages 4-6: $22.50 resident/$28 non-resident
Ages 7-17: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Youth Triathlon Clinics
Prepare for the Longmont Kids Only Triathlon by learning
about and practicing biking, swimming and running skills.
7 to 17 years: Saturdays, 4-5:30pm
Swim Clinic Jan 21 Code: 6263.101
Run Clinic Feb 11 Code: 6263.102
Bike Clinic March 17 Code: 6263.200
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $10 resident/$12 non-resident
Youth Triathlon Club
Join our Spring season of running, biking and swimming
fun. Beginner prerequisites: swim 15 yds front crawl with
breathing, run/jog one track lap, bike 1 mile. Advanced
prerequisites: swim 50 yds front crawl with breathing, run 1
mile, bike over 15 mph. Parent meeting Tues Mar 20, 5:30pm.
7 to 17 years: Apr 3-Jun 1
Beginner Group: Tues/Fri, 5-5:45pm, Sat 10-10:45am
Fee: $90 resident / $112.50 non-res Code: 6263.200
Advanced Group: Tues/Fri, 5-6pm, Sat 9-10am
Fee: $100 resident / $125 non-res Code: 6263.201
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
lacrosse Clinic for
Middle Schoolers
Recreation Services has been
offering Intramural Lacrosse
for several years. In the past,
this program has been offered
to a few select middle schools,
but we are now expanding this
program to offer to all middle
school youth. Try this exciting
sport and meet the coaches at
this clinic designed especially
for middle school youth.
10 to 15 years: Feb 24, Fri, 4-6pm Code: 4799.110
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $5 resident/ $6.25 non-resident
beginner Archery
Beginner Archery allows you to have fun while learning a
new skill in an outdoor setting. 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 May 8.
10 to 17 years:
Apr 17-May 15*, Tue, 4:45-5:45pm Code: 2035.200
Location: St Vrain Archery Club, S of Hwy 119 on WCR 5
(Location can be diffcult to fnd so call the Recreation Center
for directions or search the internet for St Vrain Archery Club)
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. Instructor’s approval required
to enroll. Tom Adjutant is a nationally certifed archery
instructor. The class is limited to 10 students to provide
for personalized instruction. All equipment will be provided.
*No class on May 8.
10 to 17 years:
Apr 17-May 15*, Tue, 6-7:30pm Code: 2035.210
Location: St Vrain Archery Club, S of Hwy 119 on WCR 5
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
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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, 310 Quail Rd.
Weekly Drop-In Fee: $5 (cash, check or soccer visit card only)
Senior Volleyball league
The Colorado Senior Volleyball Association league is for
senior (age 50+) co-ed volleyball teams throughout the Front
Range metro area. Teams practice Mon, 1:30-3:30pm, at
the St Vrain Memorial Building. Matches are hosted on Wed
afternoons, at home and throughout the Front Range. Call or
e-mail Theresa for more information, 303-651-8578,
theresa.schulte@ci.longmont.co.us.
50 years+: Jan 4-Mar 14
Fee: $40 resident/$45 non-resident
Senior Drop-In Volleyball
All levels of players are welcome! You don’t have to be a
great player or in great shape to play. Enjoy the camaraderie
of other volleyball enthusiasts and get some exercise too.
This is an ongoing activity.
50 years+: Fridays through Mar 30, 12:30-2:30pm
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave.
Fee: $1.75 per session or Senior Center Activity Card
Adult Pickleball
Check out this fun, unique game best described as a hybrid
of tennis and badminton. Two courts are available for play on
most days. SilverSneakers® passes accepted.
55 years +: Mon-Thurs, 2-4pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road
Fee: Daily admittance
neW! Adult beginning Fencing
Learn fundamentals, skills and rules of this fast, fun and
intense sport. Dedicated to terminology, footwork, games,
simple attacks and blocks. Instruction is simple and each
class is lively, building on the skills learned in the previous
class. All program supplies are provided.
14 to Adult: Saturdays, 9-9:45am
Dates: Jan 7-Feb 11 Code: 2036.110
Apr 7-May 12 Code: 2036.111
Instructor: Wojtek Agnieszka
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Meeting Room,
310 Quail Rd.
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Registration & Free Agent Information
Adult Sports Leagues: Sport league sign up is available by
team or by free agent. [Free agents are individuals who
don’t have a team, but want to play in an adult sport league.
Free agents will be combined to form a team(s). Free agent
registration is available on-line.] Registration packets are
available at the Longmont Recreation Center, the St Vrain
Memorial Building and on-line at www.ci.longmont.co.us/
rec/athletics. Completed registration forms are taken ONLY
at the Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd.
Winter Adult basketball
Choose from recreational and leisure leagues. Register
through Jan 1 at the Longmont Recreation Center ONLY.
18 to Adult:
Men’s Wednesday Recreation League
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Dates: Jan 4-Mar 7, 10 game league
Men’s Thursday Leisure League
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Dates: Jan 5-Mar 8, 10 game league
Total Team Fee: $460 (no player fees)
Two payment option: $235 each payment = $470
Free Agent Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Spring Adult basketball
Choose from recreational and leisure leagues. Registration
is from Feb 27 to Apr 1 at the Longmont Recreation Center
ONLY.
18 to Adult:
Men’s Wednesday Recreation League
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Dates: Apr 4-May 23, 8 game league
Men’s Thursday Leisure League
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Dates: Apr 5-May 24, 8 game league
Total Team Fee: $400 (no player fees)
Two payment option: $205 each payment = $410
Free Agent Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
Senior Softball
The Longmont Senior Center will again be participating in
the Colorado Senior Softball Association. Games are played
April through mid-August throughout the Denver metro area
on Mon and Wed mornings (depending on what division
you are playing in). If you have questions or would like to
participate, please attend the pre-season meeting or call
Kari for more information at (303) 651-8495.
50 years+: March – August
Location: Garden Acres Park, 2058 Spencer
Fee: $45-$55 resident/ $54-$66 non-resident
Pre-season Meeting: Feb 22, Wed, 9-10am,
Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
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Spring
Adult Softball
Men’s women’s and
coed leagues are
offered. Register
Feb 6-Mar 11 at
the Longmont
Recreation Center
ONLY. Each team
will play 6 games
beginning the week
of March 19.
16 to Adult: Garden Acres Park, 2058 Spencer St
Total Team Fee: $350 (no player fees)
Two Payment Option: $180 each payment = $360
Free Agent Fee: $36 resident/$45 non-resident
Summer Adult Softball
Men’s women’s and coed leagues are offered. Register
Mar 26-Apr 29 at the Longmont Recreation Center ONLY.
Each team will play 12 games beginning the week of May 7.
16 to Adult: Garden Acres Park, 2058 Spencer St
Total Team Fee: $650 (no player fees)
Two Payment Option: $330 each payment = $660
Free Agent Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Spring Adult Flag Football
Leagues offered in Men’s 8 v 8 competitive and recreation.
Register Feb 27-April 1 at the Longmont Recreation Center
ONLY.
18 to Adult: Sandstone Ranch Park E 3001 E Highway 119
League Dates: April 10-May 29 Tuesdays
Total Team Fee: $470 (no player fees)
Two payment option: $240 each payment = $480
Free Agent Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident
Spring Coed Adult Soccer
Get your team and friends together to continue to grow
this great program. The Coed division may be divided into
Recreational and Leisure leagues, based on numbers.
Register Feb 27- Apr 1 at the Longmont Recreation Center
ONLY. Each team will play 8 games beginning April 11.
18 to Adult:
Sandstone Ranch Park East, 3100 E Highway 119
League Dates: Apr 11-May 30 Wednesdays
Total Team Fee: $670 (no player fees)
Two payment option: $340 each payment = $680
Free Agent Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident
Spring Adult Tennis lessons
Please wear tennis shoes and bring a racquet and water
bottle.
18 to Adult: Hover Park Tennis Courts, 1361 Charles Dr.

Beginner: 9-10am Code:
Apr 7-May 12, Saturdays 2021.250
Apr 10-May 15, Tuesdays 2021.251
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Advanced Beginner: 10-11:30am
Apr 7-May 12, Saturdays 2021.206
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
(New!) Skills and Drills
Apr10-May15, Tue, 10-11am 2021.270
Apr11-May16, Wed, 10:30-11:30am 2021.271
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
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 May 9.
18 to Adult:
Apr 18-May 16*, Wed, 5:30-7pm Code: 2035.220
Location: St Vrain Archery Club,
South of Hwy 119 on WCR 5 (through the gates)
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
local Service Providers
The City of Longmont Recreation staff strives to provide
a broad spectrum of recreation and leisure opportunities
for a wide range of ages, interests and abilities. However,
we also acknowledge that not every recreational interest
is addressed in our program line up. With this in mind,
we would encourage you to contact one or more of the
other local providers that provide quality programs in the
Longmont community. Web addresses and e-mails are
available at www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/athletics.
Airborne Gymnastics & Dance (303) 651-1456
Boulder County La Crosse (303) 817-5426
The Cage Sports Center (303) 485-7611
Colorado Rebel Girls Softball (303) 875-2466
Colorado Storm North Soccer Club (720) 494-1800
Dance Dimensions (303) 772-3750
Extra Innings Longmont (303) 776-2255
Garden Acres Batting Cages (303) 682-0822
Longmont Boxing Club (303) 682-1810
Longmont Baseball League (720) 323-0589
Longmont Grizzlies Junior Wrestling Club (303) 775-0255
Longmont Falcons Football Association (303) 651-2256
St Vrain Youth Soccer (303) 651-3109
Longmont United Soccer Association (303) 776-5749
Living Well, Prestige Plus (303) 651-5080
Longmont Athletic Club (303) 772-4700
Longmont Swim Club (303) 702-0972
Longmont United Hospital
Registrations & Therapy (303) 485-4184
Longmont YMCA (303) 776-0370
Longmont Youth Football Association (303) 684-0487
Alpine Angelfsh Synchronized Swim Team (303) 530-1518
St Vrain Velocity Competitive Girl’s Fast Pitch (970) 535-9270
Twin Peaks Travel & Scuba (303) 678-7080
We Sport U: NFL Flag Football or Cheerleading (303) 651-9790
Youth Wrestling Niwot Metro Club (303) 702-9813 / (303) 587-4065
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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,
replacements or are pregnant.
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
Aquatic Cross Training: A
program using deep and shallow
water with intervals and strength
training optimized for weight loss.
Centennial Pool
Deep H2O:
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. Recommended for adults
who are comfortable swimming
1,000 yards non-stop
Centennial Pool;
Longmont Recreation Center
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
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;
St Vrain Memorial Building
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 ;
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
Bike-n-Sculpt: No impact, high
intensity stationary bike workout with
the addition of sculpting exercises.
(1 hr) 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.
(Dec 3; Jan 7, Feb 4, Mar 3, Apr 7,
May 5, Time 1-2:15pm)
Instructor: Marcia Babcock
Longmont Recreation Center
NEW Meditative NIA: A
class using breath work, simple
choreography, and inspiring music to
enhance the mind-body connection...
an important time of guided refection
and a great way to start the week!
(Jan 14 & 28, Feb 11 & 25, Mar 10
& 24, Apr 28, May 12 &26; 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. (Dec 10, Jan
21, Feb 18, Mar 17, May 19; 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
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:
Regular class schedule on Saturday,
Dec 24 and 31 for Longmont Recreation
Center and Centennial Pool. No classes
at St Vrain Memorial Building.
No regular classes on Sunday, Dec 25
or Sunday, Jan 1.
Fitness class schedules can be found on-line at www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/ftness or picked
up at any Recreation facility. All classes will meet for one hour unless designated.
Special
New Years Day Class
at Longmont Recreation Center
at 1pm in the gym.
Continue the Party in 2012
ZUMBA®
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land Fitness Classes
Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
5:30am
Indoor Cycling-R Indoor Cycling-R
(5:45AM)
Tri Bike-C
(5:45AM)
Core Plus-C
6:00 am
Indoor Cycling-R Boot Camp-R Indoor Cycling-R Boot Camp-R Indoor Cycling-R
Cardio Sculpt-M Sculpt & Tone-M Cardio Sculpt-M Sculpt & Tone-M Cardio Sculpt-M
6:30 am **TRX-C Indoor Cycling-R **TRX-C Bike-n-Sculpt-R
7:00 am Abs & Arms-R Abs & Arms-R Pilyoga-R
Cardio
Kickboxing-R

7:30 am Zumba®-R Zumba®-R Cardio Sculpt-M Butts &Gutts - R
8:00 am
** Jazzercise-R Butts and Gutts-R ** Jazzercise-R Butts and Gutts-R ** Jazzercise-R
SilverSneakers®
Yoga Stretch-R
Ballblast-R Adv Pilyoga-R Core Plus-R ** Jazzercise-M
Gentle NIA-M
**(8:20am)
Jazzercise
Body Sculpt -M
**(8:20am)
Jazzercise
Body Sculpt -M
(8:10AM)
Indoor Cycling-R
(8:45AM) Cardio
Kickboxing-R
Gentle NIA-M
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-M **Jazzercise-R **Jazzercise-M **Jazzercise-R Pilyoga-M
Power of 3-M
Step-R
SilverSneakers®
YogaStretch-R
Step-R
Power of 3-M
**TRX-C **TRX-C
Power of 3-M
10:00 am
SilverSneakers®
Cardio Circuit-R
SilverSneakers®
Cardio Circuit-R
Cardio /Sculpt-R
10:15 am Sculpt & Tone-R Sculpt & Tone-R
Step &
Condition-R
NIA-R
10:30 am
Advanced
Pilyoga-M
Sculpt & Tone-R Sculpt & Tone-R Zumba®-M
11:15 am
(11:00 AM)
SilverSneakers®
YogaStretch-R
(11:45 am)
Cardio Sculpt-R
NIA-R
Indoor Cycling-C
12:00 pm
Cardio/Sculpt-R NIA-R Zumba®-R NIA-R Cardio/Sculpt-R
Pilyoga-M Ballblast-M
Indoor Cycling-R
Pilyoga-M
Beg. Latin
Aerobics-M Pilyoga-M
12:15 pm Tai Chi - R Tai Chi - R
1:30 pm
Bike-n-Sculpt-R
starts 1/2
(1:15 pm)
**Begininng Bike
& More-C
Ballblast-R
starts 1/4
(1:15 pm)
**Begininng Bike
& More-C
Zumba®-R
3:30 PM
**Youth Cardio/
Power-C starts 1/2
**Youth Cardio/
Power-C starts 1/4
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
(4:30pm) Zumba®-R
5:00PM **TRX-C **TRX-C
5:30 pm
(5:45 pm)
Indoor Cycling-R Sculpt & Tone-R Indoor Cycling-R Sculpt & Tone-R Boot Camp-R
Boot Camp-R Pilyoga-R Boot Camp-R Pilyoga-R
(5:45 PM) Step &
Condition-M
**Jazzercise-M
(5:45 PM) Cardio
Kickboxing-M
**Jazzercise-M
Zumba®-M
6:00 pm Indoor Cycling -C Indoor Cycling -C NIA-R
6:30 pm
Cardio
Kickboxing-R
Pilyoga-R
Cardio Sculpt-R
Pilyoga-R
NIA-R NIA-R
7:00 pm Zumba®-R Zumba®-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
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
Fitness-R
Aqua Power-R H20 Fitness-R Aqua Power-R
Morning
Fitness-R
Aqua Motion-R
Deep H2O -C Deep H2O -C Deep H2O -C Deep H2O -C Deep H2O -C
10:15 am
SilverSneakers®
SilverSplash-R
SilverSneakers®
SilverSplash-R
12:00 pm
Deep H20-R Masters Swimming-R Deep H20-R Masters Swimming-R Deep H20-R **Hydroga-C
(11:45) Silver-
Sneakers® Silver-
Splash-R starting 1/3
(11:45) Silver-
Sneakers® Silver-
Splash-R starting 1/5
6:00 pm Deep H20-R Aqua Motion-R Deep H20-R Aqua Motion-R
6:30 pm Masters Swimming-R Masters Swimming-R
7:15 pm Beginning Masters - C
Beginning
Masters - C
8:00 pm
Deep H2O-C
ends 12/27
Deep H2O-C
ends 12/29
Aquatic Cross
Training-C starting 1/3
Aquatic Cross
Training-C starting 1/5
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
January 2012 Personal Training Special!
Get a jump start on your ftness goals ASAP! Offer
expires 5pm on Jan 31. Purchase a single session,
save $10! Purchase a 5 or 10 visit session, save $25!

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. Call Cindy
Krafft at 303-774-4752 for more
information and 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/ $13 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/ $13 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 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! SilverSneakers®
ftness programs is designed for medicare participants with
select insurance plans.
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. Sign up at the front desk
at the Longmont Recreation Center.
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;
Fridays, 11-11:45am; and 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, 10-10:45am;
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 11:45-12:30pm
Small Group Training
Join Personal Trainer, Alison Zemanek, for this small group
class that will get you on track to reach your ftness/weight
goals. Groups of 3-5 will get individualized assessments
and enjoy the beneft of working with others with similar
goals. Groups will be given home workouts and food diaries
will be reviewed weekly to assure success.
15 to Adult: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-6pm
Date: Jan 3-Feb 9 Code: 6154.120
Feb 14-Mar 22 Code: 6154.121
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $180 resident/$225 non-resident
TRX Interval Strength
& Core Training
Come see what all the excitement
is about. Suspension training is
the ultimate full-body workout,
with a major emphasis on the
core! Join our 6-week classes
and surprise yourself with what
you’re capable of. Suspension
training makes for a great off-
season training regimen for youth
and adult athletes.
16 to Adult: Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30am
Dates: Jan 2-Feb 8 Code: 6106.100
Feb 13-Mar 21 Code: 6106.104
Apr 2-May 9 Code: 6106.105
14 to Adult: Mondays & Wednesdays, 5-6pm
Date: Jan 2-Feb 8 Code: 6106.121
Feb 13-Mar 21 Code: 6106.122
Apr 2-May 9 Code: 6106.221
16 to Adult: Tuesday & Thursday, 9:15-10:15am
Dates: Jan 3-Feb 9 Code: 6106.101
Feb 14-Mar 22 Code: 6106.103
Apr 3-May 10 Code: 6106.106
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $75 resident / $93.75 non-resident
$40 recreation passholders
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.
18 to Adult: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:15-2pm
Dates: Jan 3-26 Code: 6267.101
Jan 31-Feb 23 Code: 6267.102
Feb 28-Mar 22 Code: 6267.103
Apr 3-Apr 26 Code: 6267.205
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $27 resident / $32 non-resident
Triathlon Training with Coach Jim
Planning on trying your frst triathlon or getting ready to gear
up for the season and need some help? This class is for you.
8 to Adult: Mar 12-May 30, Mon/Wed, 9:45-11am
Code: 6264.210
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $160 resident / $200 non-resident
Write “Triathlon” in your New Year’s
Resolution- Start Training Today!
Longmont Kids Only Triathlon and Longmont Triathlon
Saturday & Sunday June 2 & 3
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Yoga for Hip Health Specialty Class
Come enjoy this specialty class encompassing Hatha and
Vinyasa styles to strengthen and stretch the hips. All levels
are welcome. Please pre-register.
18 to Adult: Jan 28, Sat, 10:30 -11:30am Code: 4409.202
Instructor: Robyn Lambert
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $7 resident/$8.75 non-resident
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. *No class April 8- Easter.
16 to Adult: Sundays, 8:45-9:45am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 8-29 $28 res/$35 non-res 4414.101
Feb 5-26 $28 res/$35 non-res 4414.102
Mar 4-25 $28 res/$35 non-res 4414.200
Apr 1-29* $28 res/$35 non-res 4414.201
May 6-20 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4414.202
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
Alignment based Yoga
For Beginners and Continuing Students, this class includes basic,
weight-bearing standing poses that safely improve strength and
balance; openers 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. Please bring a thick blanket, and sticky mat.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 4-5:15 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 9-30 $28 res/$35 non-res 4403.101
Feb 6-27 $28 res/$35 non-res 4403.102
Mar 5-26 $28 res/$35 non-res 4403.200
Apr 2-30 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4403.201
May 7-21 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4403.202
Instructor: Gwyn Cody
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 levels.
Please bring a thick blanket and sticky mat if you have them.
16 to Adult: Mondays, 5:30 -6:45 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 16-30 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4404.101
Feb 6-27 $28 res/$35 non-res 4404.102
Mar 5-26 $28 res/$35 non-res 4404.200
Apr 2-30 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4404.201
May 7-21 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4404.202
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:
Jan 3- 31 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4415.101
Feb 7-28 $28 res/$35 non-res 4415.102
Mar 6-20 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4415.200
Apr 3-24 $28 res/$35 non-res 4415.201
May 1-29 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4415.202
Instructor: Maura Youle
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident
Power 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:
Jan 10-31 $28 res/$35 non-res 4408.101
Feb 7-28 $28 res/$35 non-res 4408.102
Mar 6-27 $28 res/$35 non-res 4408.200
Apr 3-24 $28 res/$35 non-res 4408.201
May 1-29 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4408.202
Instructor: Lisa Marie
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident

beginning and Returning Yoga
Listen for the body’s natural wisdom by mindfully cultivating
strength, fexibility and complete breathing through a foundational
and fowing practice. This class includes therapeutic Restorative
Yoga. During the last part of class, lights are dimmed in order to
support and enjoy deep rest, inner awareness, cycles of nature
and the magical transformation that Yoga brings.
16 to Adult: Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 12-26 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4413.101
Feb 2-23 $28 res/$35 non-res 4413.102
Mar 1-29 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4413.200
Apr 5-26 $28 res/$35 non-res 4413.201
May 3-31 $35 res/$43.75 non-res 4413.202
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
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 yoga mat.
14 to Adult: Fridays, 9:15 -10:15 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 6-27 $28 res/$35 non-res 4400.121
Feb 3-24 $28 res/$35 non-res 4400.122
Mar 2-23 $28 res/$35 non-res 4400.220
Apr 6-27 $28 res/$35 non-res 4400.221
May 4-25 $28 res/$35 non-res 4400.222
Instructor: Nancy Coleman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
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 pass in advance for specifc class 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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Sunday Continuing Yoga
This new class is for the continuing student eager to develop
the insight, natural balance, and delight that an integrated Yoga
practice brings. By beginning each class with breath-oriented
foor sequences that release superfcial tension, we clear the
way for alignment-friendly, foundational, fow, and balance
postures, as well as meditation. Please bring a thick cotton or
wool blanket if you have one. *No Class April 8- Easter.
16 to Adult: Sunday, 10 -11:30 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 8-29 $28 res/$35 non-res 4412.101
Feb 5-26 $28 res/$35 non-res 4412.102
Mar 4-25 $28 res/$35 non-res 4412.200
Apr 1-29* $28 res/$35 non-res 4412.201
May 6-20 $21 res/$26.25 non-res 4412.202
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $9 resident/$11 non-resident

Intermediate/Advanced Yoga
This class is for those with previous
Hatha Yoga experience. We will
endeavor to move beyond merely
“doing” Yoga Asanas to explore
the more subtle and joyful aspects
of our practice. Please bring a
thick blanket and sticky mat.
18 to Adult: Wednesday, 5:30 -7:30 pm
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 18-25 $20 res/$25 non-res 4401.101
Feb 1-29 $50 res/$62.50 non-res 4401.102
Mar 7-28 $40 res/$50 non-res 4401.200
Apr 4-25 $40 res/$50 non-res 4401.201
May 2-30 $50 res/$62.50 non-res 4401.202
Instructor: Shar Lee
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
Women’s Hatha Yoga
For continuing students of the Hatha Yoga, explore Asanas
from the core, utilizing structural alignment, pranayama, and
Ayurvedic principles.
16 to Adult: Thursdays, 9-11 am
Dates: Fees: Code:
Jan 19-26 $20 res/$25 non-res 4402.101
Feb 2-23 $40 res/$50 non-res 4402.102
Mar 1-29 $50 res/$62.50 non-res 4402.200
Apr 5-26 $40 res/$50 non-res 4402.201
May 3-31 $50 res/$62.50 non-res 4402.202
Instructor: Shar Lee
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
Healing Meditation for body, Mind & Soul
Develop inner stillness and the healing benefts of meditation
and begin to connect to a deeper sense of your inner knowing.
Develop connection to breath to reduce stress and connect
to an awareness of inner peace. Simple and easy techniques
to build your own meditation practice. Bring a sense of joy to
life and a sense of balance to your being.
14 to Adult: Feb 11, Sat, 3-4:30 pm Code: 4322.102
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
14 to Adult: Mar 22, Thurs, 7-8:30 pm Code: 4322.200
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Christina Morales
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Tibetan Cranial-Free
lecture & Demonstration
This 3,000 year old healing modality originating in Tibet is
a unique combination of disciplined technique and attuned
intuition. It is based on the natural integration of mind,
body and spirit. This dynamic and profound method fully
unifes all aspects of one’s unique and natural sense of well
being. Shar Lee, Master of Tibetan Cranial and the lineage
holder in the West will share her information regarding this
remarkable modality. Please pre-register.
16 to Adult: Mar 17, Sat, 10-11:30am Code: 4262.200
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: Lecture and Demonstration is free,
but please register!
barre bodies
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.
Free Demo Class! Jan 16 and Mar 5, 7-7:55 pm
16 to Adult: Mondays, 7-7:55 pm
Dates: Jan 23-Feb 27 Code: 4405.100
Mar 12-April 23 Code: 4405.200
Instructor: Cynthia Huerta
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $60 resident/$75 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-ftting clothing. Classes
are ongoing and students may join at any time.
18 to Adult: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7-9pm
Dates: Jan 3-31, Feb 2-28 Code: 4200.1
Mar 1-29, Apr 3-26, May 1-31 Code: 4200.2
Instructor: Paula Lydon
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Adult Fee: $50 resident/$52.50 non-resident
Senior Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Drop in Fee: $8 resident/$10 non-resident

Tae Kwon Do for Adults
Tae Kwon Do 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,
Longmont Martial Arts Academy. Questions? Call 303-684-
5846.
16 to Adult: Mon & Wed 8-9pm; Fri 6:30-7:30pm
Dates: Jan 4-30 or Feb 1-29 Code: 4650.1
Mar 2-30, Apr 2-30, or May 2-30 Code: 4650.2
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/ $62.50 non-resident
Drop in fee: $8 per class
Shar Lee has been teaching yoga
for 46 years. She was instrumental
in starting Longmont Recreation
Services’ yoga program.
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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 to 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.
14 to Adult: Wednesdays, 7-8 pm
Dates: Jan 11-Feb 8 Code: 4000.101
Feb 22-Mar 21 Code: 4000.102
Apr 4-May 2 Code: 4000.201
May 9-June 6 Code: 4000.202
Instructor: Christian Thierens, aka “The Dancing Giant”
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Couple Fee: $100 resident/$125 non-resident
ballroom 2 for Couples
A fun, structured class for couples only, with an emphasis
on correct technique for those who have taken beginning
ballroom class. The fee includes both partners.
14 to Adult: Wednesdays, 8-9 pm
Dates: Jan 11-Feb 8 Code: 4000.111
Feb 22-Mar 21 Code: 4000.112
Apr 4-May 2 Code: 4000.212
Instructor: Christian Thierens, “The Dancing Giant”
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Couple Fee: $100 resident/$125 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! * No class March 30.
3 years: Fridays, 9-9:45 am
Dates: Jan 6–Mar 9 Code: 4130.101
Mar 16-May 25* Code: 4130.200
Fee: $98 resident/$122.50 non-resident

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 slippers are necessary. *No class March 30.
4 to 5 years: Fridays, 9:45 -10:30 am
Dates: Jan 6-Mar 9 Code: 4128.101
Mar 16-May 25* Code: 4128.201
Fee: $98 resident/$122.50 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. *No class March 30.
4 to 5 years: Fridays, 10:30 -11:15 am
Dates: Jan 6-Mar 9 Code: 4129.101
Mar 16-May 25* Code: 4129.201
Fee: $98 resident/$122.50 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 Feb 18
and Apr 14. Each dancer will need ballet shoes (not slippers),
leotard and tights, and a healthy snack and water.
4 to 6 years: Saturdays, 10-12 pm
Dates: Feb 11-18 Code: 4114.101
Apr 7-14 Code: 4114.200
Fee: $38 resident/$47.50 non-resident
Cheer and Pom
Learn the basics of
cheerleading in this fun
non-competitive class.
Skills learned include:
pom dance skills, chant
and cheer motions, safety with stunts, crowd involvement
and performance skills. No prior cheerleading experience
required. Please call 303-772-3750 for any additional
information.*No class March 28.
6 to 11 years: Wednesdays, 4:15 -5:15 pm
Dates: Jan 4-Mar 7 Code: 4113.102
Mar 14-May 23* Code: 4113.202
Fee: $98 resident/$122.50 non-resident
Hip Hop Jam Session
Come and experience an hour and a half of the newest in
hip hop moves. Two levels are offered whether you are a
beginner or have experience; the class will be challenging
and lots of fun! Bring your friends and learn how to move for
your next school dance.
10 to Adult: Code:
Beginning: Jan 14, Sat, 10:30am-12pm 4105.100
Apr 21, Sat, 10:30am-12pm 4105.200
Intermediate: Jan 14, Sat, 1-2:30pm 4105.110
Apr 21, Sat, 1-2:30pm 4105.201
Fee: $9 resident/$11.25 non-resident
Adult Hip Hop
This is 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.* No
class March 26.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 7:30 -8:30 pm
Dates: Jan 9-Mar 5 Code: 4013.100
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Dates: Mar 12-May 21* Code: 4013.200
Fee: $100 resident/$125 non-resident
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 is needed for class:
please no satin ballet shoes from discount stores as they do not ft properly. For Tap
classes, no Highlight or Dancetime shoes will be allowed due to soft metal residue.
For further clarifcation, please call Dance Dimensions at 303-772-3750.
Location: Dance Dimensions Studio, 638 Main St
Dance Dimensions Classes
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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: Jan 20-Feb 17, Fri, 8-9 pm Code: 4047.101
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident

east/West Coast Swing
East/West Coast Swing can be done to a wide variety of
music including: Country, Rhythm and Blues and popular
music. We will teach you basic steps and variations as well
as some steps that will get you noticed on the dance foor.
No experience necessary.
16 to Adult: Jan 20-Feb 17, Fri, 7-8pm Code: 4064.100
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Wedding Dance Workshop
Are you getting ready for an upcoming
wedding or cruise? Learn the basics
of the elegant Waltz and the smooth
Foxtrot – two of the most popular
Wedding dances. If you have a song to
dance to, please bring it to class on a
CD. No experience necessary. Fee is per
person.
16 to Adult: Fridays, 7-9 pm
Dates: Feb 24 & Mar 2 Code: 4065.102
April 20 & 27 Code: 4065.202
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
beginning Country Dance
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. *No class March 30.
16 to Adult: Mar 9-Apr 13, Fri, 7-8 pm Code: 4022.202
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
night Club 2-Step
This is beautiful slow dancing done to soft rock love songs,
slow Latin, or slow contemporary music. It is romantic,
simple, and easy to learn. *No class March 30.
16 to Adult: Mar 9-Apr 13*, Fri, 8-9pm Code: 4055.201
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 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, Week 5: Hip Hop, Week 6:
Review and Showing (Family and Friends are welcome!)
*No class March 31.
Day: Saturday
3 to 4 years: Mini Dance Divas
Jan 14-Feb 18, 9:30-10:30am Code: 4137.101
Mar 3-Apr 14*, 9:30-10:30am Code: 4137.202
5 to 7 years: Lil’ Dance Divas
Jan 14-Feb 18, 10:30-11:30am Code: 4137.111
Mar 3-Apr 14*, 10:30-11:30am Code: 4137.211
Location: Mountainside Dance Academy,
1822 Sunset Pl, Suite A
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
Spring break Dance Camp
Let this fun flled week be just the thing that keeps your
kids busy and active! This camp offers the opportunity for
children to be exposed to many different styles of dance,
tumbling, music and movement. Being creative and using
their imaginations in new ways will give your child a new
freedom to really be who they are. Please bring a sack
lunch. Boys are welcome!
5 to 8 years: Mon-Fri, 9am-12pm Code:
Mar 26-30 4140.200
Location: Mountainside Dance Academy,
1822 Sunset Pl, Suite A
Fee: $135 resident/$168.75 non-resident
Adult Hip Hop
This high energy class is a great opportunity to learn the
latest in hip hop dancing as well as getting a great workout.
It is full of fun, up beat dances accompanied by great music.
Come and fnd your inner funk!
18 to Adult: Thurs, 7:30-8:30pm Code:
Jan 12-Mar 1 4080.101
Location: Mountainside Dance Academy, 1
822 Sunset Pl, Suite A
Fee: $80 resident/$100 non-resident
Mountainside Dance
Academy Classes:
Register Early!
Classes are cancelled three business days
prior to class start unless minimum enrollment
is reached. Don't wait until the last minute to
sigh up for classes or you may miss out!
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)
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Scope bowling
This program is designed to give each participant an
opportunity to continue a leisure activity 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 Centennial Lanes. No bowling during
Spring Break- March 29.
8 to Adult: Thursdays, 3-4pm
Dates: Jan 5 - Mar 22 Code: 3000.101
Fee: $15 resident/$18 non-resident
Dates: Apr 5 - May 24 Code: 3000.200
Fee: $12 resident/ $15 non-resident
Location: Centennial Bowling Lanes, 110 E 9th Ave

Scope: Adaptive bowling
This program is designed to
give each participant an
opportunity to enjoy a leisure
activity that provides fun and
excitement for years to come.
The Wednesday Adaptive
program is for those who need
more one-one assistance and a
smaller and quieter environment.
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 Centennial Lanes.
No bowling during Spring Break- March 28.
8 to Adult: Wednesdays, 4-5pm
Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 21 Code: 3000.121
Apr 4- May 23 Code: 3000.211
Location: Centennial Bowling Lanes, 110 E 9th Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident

Special olympics Swim - Personal
Assistance
This program offers instruction and training for competition
in Special Olympics Swimming for individuals requiring
personal assistance. Participants are to register depending
on ability. Space is limited and on a frst come basis. Parent
or guardian may be required to assist the swimmer in the
pool. No March 30 practice.
8 to Adult: Jan 13-May 25, Fri, 5:30-6:30pm Code: 3030.111
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident

Special olympics Swim -Independent
This program offers instruction and training for competition
in Special Olympics Swimming for individuals who are able
to swim without assistance. Participants are to register
depending on ability. Space is limited and on a frst come
basis. No swimming during Spring Break.
8 to Adult: Jan 12-May 31, Thurs, 5:30-6:30pm Code: 3030.101
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Scope: basketball-Youth
This program offers instruction and training in Special
Olympics Basketball Skills competition.
8 to 15 years: Jan 11-Mar 7, Wed, 7-8pm Code: 3002.111
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident

Scope: basketball -Adult
This program offers instruction and training in Special
Olympics Team Basketball competition.
16 to Adult: Jan 10-Mar 6, Tue, 7-8pm Code: 3002.101
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18 non-resident
Scope: Track and Field
This program offers instruction and training in Special
Olympics track and feld events. Indoor practices begin
March 10 at the Memorial Building Gym. Outdoor practices
will begin April 7 at Trail Ridge Middle School. No practice
March 31- Spring Break.
8 to Adult: Mar 10-May 26, Sat, 11am-12pm Code: 3006.200
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
& Trail Ridge Middle School, 1000 Button Rock Dr
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Important! Unifed Softball Meeting
May 1, 7 pm at the St. Vrain Memorial Building
This year we are requiring that ALL
coaches, athletes and parents
planning to participate in the 2012
Unifed Softball program attend
this meeting to discuss: team
changes, reviewing the rules,
and what is and what is not
expected of coaches, athletes
and parents. At this meeting, all
required paperwork will be handed
out and completed. Athletes must
have the required paperwork completed
PRIOR to the frst game.
Scope: Introduction to Drumming
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 *Note May Tuesday date.
Dates: Jan 3 Code: 3039.102
Feb 7 Code: 3039.103
Mar 6 Code: 3039.200
Apr 3 Code: 3039.201
May 15* Code: 3039.203
Instructor: Gregg Hansen
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $9.50 resident/$11.85 non-resident
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Scope: Musical Revue-You are the Star!
Do you love the music of Grease? Footloose? Mama Mia?
Michael Jackson? Come be a part of the new Scope Musical
Revue, with a performance for the public, family and friends
on May 7! Singing or dancing parts for all! Don’t miss out
on the fun. Final rehearsals: Apr 23 & 30 at the St Vrain
Memorial Building, 6-7:30 pm.
12 to Adult: Mondays, 7-8:15 pm
Dates: Feb 20-Mar 5, Mar 19, Apr 2-9 Code: 3019.111
Instructors: Cathy Ludlow and Kristy Meining
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18 non-resident
Scope Parties!
Ages: 8 years to Adult
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
Country Western Party
Put on your cowboy hat, your boots, and get ready for a
grand old time! Dance and sing to Brad, Kenny, and Carrie,
or make crafts to make your western night something
special. Bring your favorite Country CD to sing along to!
Date/Time: Jan 23, Mon, 7-8:15 pm Code: 3019.211

Valentine Party
Bring your sweetheart or just be one! Come enjoy sweets
and treats and dance to your favorite love songs. Bring
your favorite CD to enjoy the karaoke!
Date/Time: Feb 13, Mon, 7-8:15 pm Code: 3019.102
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
50’s Rock & Roll Party
Doo Wop, Elvis, and more! Wear your poodle skirt or your
black leather jacket and we’ll rock the night away!
Bring your favorite Oldies but Goodies CD and sing along!
Date/Time: Apr 16, Mon, 7-8:15 pm Code: 3019.201
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident

Hollywood Party
Lights! Camera! Action! Bring some glitz and glam to our
own Hurray for Hollywood party. Dress up and you could
receive the Oscar for best attire! Come and Walk the Red
Carpet with your friends. Many awards will be presented,
so don’t miss out!
Date/Time: Mar 12, Mon, 7-8:15 pm Code: 3019.212
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
Scope: Snack Shack
Join the health craze band wagon. This class will teach you
ways to make your own healthy snacks at home for your family
and friends. Tortilla wraps, fruit kabobs, smoothies etc.
8 to Adult: Jan 16, Mon, 6:30-8pm Code: 3016.102
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
Scope: Game and Card night
It’s game night! Join your friends for a fun night of games! We
will learn and play card games, in addition to trying our luck at
some of the classic favorites like Uno, Sorry etc. If you have a
favorite game, feel free to bring it! Please pre-register.
8 to Adult: Feb 6, Mon, 6:30 -7:45 pm Code: 3013.102
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident

Scope: Free Art Classes
Presented by east boulder County Artists
Don’t miss this opportunity to take free art classes provided
by East Boulder County Artists. Please bring a snack.
Program is for participants who are independent or require
minimal verbal prompting with personal care, and typical
social behavior. Some classes may have a small supply fee.
16 to Adult: 3:30-5:30pm
Acrylic Painting Jan 11, Wed Code: 3012.101
Fused Heart Ornament Feb 8, Wed Code: 3012.111
Clay Mar 9, Fri Code: 3012.201
Clay-Jewelry Apr 11, Wed Code: 3012.202
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: Free, but you must pre-register!
Summer Special needs Teen Camp
This is an 8 week Summer Special Needs Camp program
for campers ages 13 to 17 years of age and is licensed
through the State of Colorado. Teen Camp is designed as a
summer recreation program, not as day care. Fee includes
swimming, feld trips & lots of fun flled days! Campers are
to provide own lunch and snacks. Registration begins Mon,
Feb 28, 7 am at the St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs
Peak Ave. Information/Registration Packets available at
the St Vrain Memorial Building in January or on-line at
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/scope/teen_camp.htm.
13 to 17 years: Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm
Dates: Jun 4-Jul 27 Code: 3015.301
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
8 week Fee: $1,155 resident/$1,444 non-resident
Weekly Fee: $150 per week resident/ $188 non-resident
(week 5 is pro-rated)
Scope: Summer
Recreation Camp
This is a non-licensed 8 week
recreation program (35 hours
per week). Fee includes
swimming, feld trips & lots of
fun flled days! Campers are
to provide their own lunch and
snacks. Registration will begin
Mon, Feb 28, 7 am at the St Vrain
Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak
Ave. Information/Registration Packets
available at the St Vrain Memorial Building in January or
on-line at www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/scope/camp.htm.
18 and older: Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm Code: 3015.300
Dates: Jun 4-Jul 27
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
8 week Fee: $1,155 resident/$1,444 non-resident
Weekly Fee: $150 per week resident/ $188 non-resident
(week 5 is pro-rated)
Thank you Volunteers!
The Scope Program would like to thank the following
special people for donating their time and talent to make a
difference in the lives of people with special needs:
Danette Anderson, Michele Craig, Connie Johnson,
Cindy Haefele, Julie Markiewicz, Kay Laatt, the staff
at Centennial Lanes and everyone else who so kindly
supports our programs and activities.
If you are interested in sharing your time or
talents, please call 303-651-8394.
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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 meditations, 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 Jan 16 or Feb 20.
4 to 5 years: Mondays, 11 -11:45am
Dates: Jan 9-Feb 6* Code: 4832.100
Feb 13-Mar 12* Code: 4832.101
Apr 2-23 Code: 4832.200
5 to 7 years: Wednesdays, 4:15 – 5pm
Dates: Jan 11-Feb 1 Code: 4832.110
Feb 15-Mar 7 Code: 4832.111
April 4- 25 Code: 4832.210
Instructor: Karyn Sullivan
Location: Long Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fees: $35 resident/ $43.75 non-resident
Musicare Sing-a-long
Through singing, body movement, drumming and the
introduction of a variety of instruments, children learn the
basics of music. We focus on musical concepts such as
fast and slow, loud and quiet, starting and stopping on cue.
All materials are provided. *No class Mar 23.
1 to 5 years: Wednesdays, 11:35am-12:05pm
Dates: Jan 11-Feb 1 Code: 4835.102
Feb 8-29 Code: 4835.103
Mar 7-Apr 4* Code: 4835.200
Apr 11-May 2 Code: 4835.201
Instructor: Kelye L. Lotz
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Suzuki Parent/Child Violin
Class covers basic posture and beginning rhythms used in
Suzuki Method of violin. Parents learn alongside your child
on the child’s violin. Violin rental not included; information
at frst class.
4 to 7 years: Wednesdays, 4-5 yrs, 4-5pm; 6-7 yrs, 5-6pm
Dates:
Jan 11-Feb 29 Code: 4-5 yrs 4834.100; 6-7 yrs 4834.120
Apr 4-May 26 Code: 4-5 yrs 4834.200; 6-7 yrs 4834.220
Location: Longmont Suzuki Strings, 356 ½ Main St
Fee: $100 resident/$125 non-resident
Superstar Preschool Gymnastics
For kids ages 1 to 6, enjoy 35 minutes of gymnastics fun!
*No class Jan 16 or Feb 20.
Mondays:
Jan 9-30* $22.50 res/ $ 28 non-res
Feb 6-27* $22.50 res/ $28 non res
Mar 5-19 $22.50 res/ $28 non-res
Apr 2-23 $30 res / $37.50 non-res
Apr 30-May 21 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Tuesdays:
Jan 10-31 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Feb 7-28 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Mar 6-20 $22.50 res/ $28 non-res
Apr 3-24 $30 res / $37.50 non-res
May 1 - 22 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Wednesdays:
Jan 11-Feb 1 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Feb 8-29 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Mar 7-21 $22.50 res/ $28 non-res
Apr 4-25 $30 res / $37.50 non-res
May 2 - 23 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Thursdays:
Jan 12-Feb 2 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Feb 9-Mar 1 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Mar 8-22 $22.50 res/ $28 non-res
Apr 5-26 $30 res / $37.50 non-res
May 3 - 24 $30 res/ $37.50 non-res
Instructor: Tumblebus Superstars Gymnastics
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Superstar Tot 1
A parent/child class. Improve spatial awareness, coordination,
gross motor & social skills. Explore the trampoline, balance
beam, bars, fun obstacle courses, parachute games, music
& much more! Please bring changing bag. (Must be walking
to participate).
1 to 2 years: Basic Code: 4821
Mondays, 10:45-11:20am or 4:30-5:05pm
Tuesdays, 9:15-9:50am
Wednesdays, 10:45-11:20am
Superstar Tot 2
A parent/child class. Learn basic tumbling skills on the
mats, trampoline, bars, beam, & vaulting board. Improve
coordination, strength, & fexibility thru parachute games,
obstacle courses, rhythmic streamers, music, & much more!
Please remember changing bag.
2 to 3 years: Basic Code: 4822
Mondays, 11:30am-12:05pm or 5:15-5:50pm
Tuesdays, 10:45-11:20am
Wednesdays, 9:15-9:50am or 10-10:35am or 6-6:35pm
Thursdays, 6:45-7:20pm
Superstar 3 & 4’s
Develop basic gymnastic skills while having fun! Obstacle
course, trampoline, balance beam, bars, vaulting and mat work
will increase body awareness, coordination and strength.
3 to 4 years: Basic Code: 4819
Mondays, 9:15-9:50am or 6:45-7:20pm
Tuesdays, 10-10:35am or 11:30am-12:05pm
Wednesdays, 11:30-12:05am or 5:15-5:50pm
Thursdays, 5:15-5:50pm
Advanced Superstar 3&4’s-Permission required
Thur, 4:30-4:35pm
Superstar 5 & 6’s
Beginning gymnastic skills are taught while developing
strength, balance and fexibility. Fundamental skills will be
taught on bars, balance beam, trampoline, vaulting board
and mats. Fun props and music are used in this fast paced
and fun flled class.
5 to 6 years: Basic Code: 4818.101
Mondays, 10-10:35am or 6-6:35pm
Thursday, 6-6:35pm
Wednesdays, 6:45-7:20pm
Advanced Superstar 5&6’s-Permission required
Wed, 4:30-4:35pm
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Fun Spanish
Come and have fun learning Spanish in an interactive
class where children will be singing songs, reading books,
dancing, playing games and making crafts. Parents are
welcome to stay and participate in activities. Child must be
at least 24 months old to enroll in class. *No Class Mar 26.
2 to 3 years: Fridays, 10-10:45am
Dates: Feb 3-24 Code: 4500.130
Mar 2-23 Code: 4500.230
Apr 6-27 Code: 4500.231
4 to 5 years: Mondays, 10-10:45am
Dates: Jan 30 - Feb 27 Code: 4500.135
Mar 5 - Apr 2* Code: 4500.235
Apr 9 - 30 Code: 4500.236
Instructor: Cintia Ciorciari
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $32 resident/$40 non-resident
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.
2 to 5 years: May 17, Thurs, 10-11:30am Code: 4733.230
May 23, Wed, 10-11:30am Code: 4733.231
Location: Sun Pony Ranch, 18490 Country Rd 1
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
little Chefs
Kids love to help in the kitchen.
We will learn how to mix, stir,
pour, measure in this fun and
interactive class. Kids get to
eat their delicious creations.
Each class offers a different
menu, sign up for one or all!
Bring a small container to bring
home your creations. Please let
us know in advance of any food
allergies.
3 to 5 years: Fridays, 10:30-11:15am Code:
Dates: Jan 27: Fun with Food 4827.100
Feb 24: Yummy Breakfast Food 4827.101
Mar 23: More Fun with Food 4827.200
Apr 20: Go Italian 4827.201
May 4: Fiesta Ole! 4827.202
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
Day with Dr. Seuss
It’s Dr. Seuss’ birthday and to celebrate we will have a day
of fun! Come and read your favorite Dr. Suess book, play
games and enjoy crafts. This is a parent/child class.
2 to 5 years: Mar 3, Sat, 10-11am Code: 4870.201
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building
Fee: $7 resident/$8.25 non-resident
Sensory Saturday
Parents are invited to bring their preschool children to this
fun Saturday sensory adventure! Activities will vary each
class with toy exploration, gooey concoctions, fne and
gross motor play! Come prepared to get messy!
3 to 5 years: Jan 7, Sat, 10-11:15am Code: 4870.202
Feb 4, Sat, 10-11:15am Code: 4870.203
Apr 7, Sat, 10-11:15am Code: 4870.204
May 5, Sat, 10-11:15am Code: 4870.205
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $7 resident/$8.75 non-resident
SideKicks
Tae Kwon Do
In thi s i ntroducti on to
Marti al Arts, young
children will improve their
balance, coordination,
and positive learning
skills (such as listening,
concent rat i ng, 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: Jan 4-30 Code: 4650.131
Feb 6-29 Code: 4650.132
Mar 5-28 Code: 4650.231
Apr 2-25 Code: 4650.232
May 2-30 Code: 4650.233
4 to 6 years: Tues/Thurs, 3:30-4:15pm
Dates: Jan 3-Jan 26 Code: 4650.135
Feb 7-Mar 1 Code: 4650.136
Mar 6-29 Code: 4650.235
Apr 10-May 3 Code: 4650.236
May 8-31 Code: 4650.237
Instructor: John Lynn, Longmont Martial Arts Academy
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Terrifc Time for 2 & 3‘s
This class is geared for child and 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. Pre-registration is required for each 8 week
session, siblings may drop-in for $4 per class.
2 to 3 years: Fri, 9-10:15am
Dates: Jan 13-Feb 17 Code: 4831.101
Feb 24-Mar 30 Code: 4831.102
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $36 resident/$45 non-resident
Clifford’s birthday Party
Come Celebrate Clifford’s Birthday in this special class. We
will make Clifford party favors and help Clifford celebrate
his special day. This is a parent/child class.
2 to 5 years: Jan 13, Fri, 10:30-11:15am Code: 4870.101
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $7 Resident/$8.25 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: Code:
Jan 7 4151.100 Feb 4 4151.101
Mar 3 4151.200 Apr 7 4151.201
May 5 4151.202
Sundays: Dates: Code: Dates: Code:
Jan 22 4151.110 Feb 19 4151.111
Mar 18 4151.210 Apr 22 4151.211
May 20 4151.212
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Climbing Wall
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: Code: Dates: Code:
Jan 14 4152.100; or Feb 11 4152.101
Mar 10 4152.200; or Apr 14 4152.201
May 12 4152.202
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Climbing Wall
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident
Intro to Horses & Riding
Class includes simple discussions on Horse Safety,
personalities & care. Most of the class will be “Hands On”
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 provided.
5 to 7 years: Saturday, 4-5:30pm
Dates: Apr 14 Code: 4733.200
May 5 Code: 4733.201
Fee: $32 resident/$40 non-resident
8 to 14 years: Saturday, 4-6pm
Dates: Apr 21 Code: 4733.210
May 19 Code: 4733.211
Fee: $43 resident/$53.75 non-resident
Location: 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 15 years: Saturday, 10am-3pm
Dates: Apr 14 Code: 4790.265
May 12 Code: 4790.266
Location: Trip meets at St Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident / $31.25 non-resident
Indoor Climbing Trip
Learn climbing and belaying basics in a 2-hour introductory
course and then spend the rest of the day climbing on
4500 square feet of indoor climbing and bouldering routes!
Please bring a sack lunch and wear clothes with a good
range of motion.
11 to 17 years: Mar 24, Sat, 10am-5pm Code: 4790.205
Location: Trip meets at St. Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $30 resident / $37.50 non-resident
no School Ski and Snowboard Trip
Do you have the day off from school and nothing to do?
Hit the slopes at Loveland Ski Area! Trip pricing includes
lift ticket, round trip transportation, and adult chaperones.
Rental gear is available for additional costs. Already have a
lift ticket? Call 303-774-4562 for alternate pricing.
12 to 18 years:
Date/Time: Mon, Jan 16, 8am-6pm Code: 4790.110
Fri, Mar 2, 8am-6pm Code: 4790.210
Location: Trip meets at St. Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident / $62.50 non-resident
$25 fee for rental equipment
Youth Ultimate Frisbee Tournament
Ultimate is a game that emphasizes personal responsibility
for good sportsmanship coupled with fast and intense play.
Grab your friends and enter as a team or enter individually
and be placed with one. All skill levels are welcome!
12 to 17 years: Apr 21, Sat, 9am-3pm Code: 4790.206
Location: Sandstone Ranch, 3001 E Highway 119
Fee: $12 resident / $15 non-resident
Small Wonders Preschool
Preschool Open House for Fall 2012-2013
Tuesday, February 7, 5:30-6:30pm
St Vrain Memorial Building
700 Longs Peak Ave
Registrations are accepted
beginning at 8am on Feb 7.
Attending the open house is optional.
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. May’s 2013 tuition is collected at the time of
registration; 50% is refundable prior to Aug 1, 100% non-
refundable after Aug 1.
Fun Time escape
Age: 3 years old by Sept 30, 2012
Dates: 8/27/2012–5/17/2013
Time: 9-11:30am
Days: Mon/Wed option or Tues/Thurs option
Fee: $110/month res & $137.50/month non-res
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
little learners
Age: 4 years old by Sept 30, 2012
Dates: 8/27/2012–5/17/2013
Time: 12:15-2:45pm
Days/Fee: Tue/Thurs option: $110/month res or
$137.50/month non-res
Mon/Wed/Fri option: $155/month res or
$193.75/month non-res
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Youth & Teen
For additional questions, please call 303-774-4757
or visit our web site at www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/childrens/small_wonders.htm
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Intro to Skateboarding
Learn and practice basic skateboard moves with us. 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: Mondays, 5:30-7pm
Dates: April 2 Code: 4767.200
April 16 Code: 4767.201
April 30 Code: 4767.202
May 14 Code: 4767.203
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Skate Park,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
Intermediate Skateboarding
Take skateboarding to the next level! Basic skills and
competency on all parts of the Recreation Center skate park
are necessary to take this fun class. Small classes ensure
attention to students. Please bring skateboard, helmet,
knee and elbow pads and a water bottle.
8 to 14 years: Wednesdays, 5:30-7pm
Dates: April 18 Code: 4767.210
May 16 Code: 4767.211
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Skate Park,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
Youth Cardio Power
Want to be faster, stronger and healthier for next sport
season? Join our 6 week training camp. Cardio training,
balance/agility/reactive training, core/fexibility and
resistance training - All in a fun environment!
10 to 15 years: Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:45-4:30pm
Dates: Jan 9-Feb 15 Code: 6154.110
Feb 20-Mar 21 Code: 6154.111
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident

Aikido For Teens
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: Tue & Thurs,7-9 pm Basic Code:
Dates: Jan 3-31, Feb 2-28 4202.1
Mar 1-29, Apr 3-26, May 1-31 4202.2
Instructor: Paula Lydon
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Tae Kwon Do
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. Taught by 3rd-degree Black Belt, John
Lynn. Drop-ins available for $8 per class. *No class 5/28.
7 to 16 years: Mon/Wed, 4:15-5:15pm; Fri 6:30-7:30pm
Dates:
Jan 4-30, Feb 1-29 Basic Code: 4650.18
Mar 2-30, Apr 2-30, May 2-30* Basic Code: 4650.28
Instructor: Longmont Martial Arts Academy
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident

Crackpots Clay Date
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 a completed project. Some projects will be painted
during class, ands some will include a studio Fee: to come
back for the fnal painting, glazing and fring.
5 to 15 years: Friday, 4-5:15 pm Code:
My Very Own Name Plaque Jan 6 4989.101
Valentine’s Day Heart Frame Feb 3 4989.102
Wild Animal Mask Mar 2 4989.200
Fancy Wind chime Apr 6 4989.201
Mother’s Day Vase or Pot May 4 4989.202
Location: Crackpot Studios, 505 Main St
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Horse Drawing Workshop
Join us as we explore the world of horses in a variety of
drawing adventures! We will draw horse heads and full horse
bodies in different scenes, all while using pencils, color pencils
and chalk pastels to complete our drawings. Students will
complete several horse and horse scenes each day.
6 to 12 years: Jan 17-31, Tue, 4-6pm Code: 4932.115
Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident

egyptian Workshop
Spend fve days digging into how the Egyptians lived.
Investigate decorative objects in the treasured tombs
including sarcophagi, hieroglyphics and more. Create
drawings full of artifacts and Egyptian imagery using a
variety of media. In fact, our fnal day will consist of a large
drawing using pastel chalk.
6 to 12 years: Feb 28-Mar 20, Tue, 4-6pm Code: 4932.116
Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $80 resident/$100 non-resident
Superhero Cartoon Workshop
Learn to draw your own comic book superhero. Each day
complete several drawings while we explore a variety of
characters. We will draw basic muscular superhero body and
adapt it to the character of your choice. We will learn to draw
action and movement while we complete the scenes around our
superheroes. Your collection of drawings will be impressive.
6 to 12 years: Apr 3-17, Tue, 4-6pm Code: 4932.215
Instructor: Young Rembrandts
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $60 resident /$75 non-resident
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Finger Knitting
Finger knitting is an easy way for children to explore knitting
without the use of needles. You can knit a fashionable scarf,
bracelet or headband. Bring two balls of yarn of different
weight or thickness to class.
7 to 12 years: Jan 7, Sat, 1-3pm Code: 4934.100
Instructor: Julie Rossi
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident

little Monster buddies
Kids will have so much fun as they get creative and learn
some basics of sewing by hand while making glove
monsters. All supplies included.
7 to 12 years: Jan 21, Sat, 10am-12pm Code: 4934.101
Instructor: Julie Rossi
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident

Flower Hair Clips
Flower clips are the perfect accessory to any outft. Come
to class ready to be creative and add your personal touch
to your hair accessory. All supplies included.
7 to 12 years: Mar 16, Fri, 5-6:30pm Code: 4934.200
Instructor: Julie Rossi
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Quilling
Quilling can be dated back to the ffteen century. Quilling is
an art that involves the use of thin strips of paper to make
designs. Come learn how to make basic shapes to form
unique pieces of art. All supplies included.
7 to 12 years: Jan 27, Sat, 10:30-11:15am Code: 4934.201
Instructor: Julie Rossi
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $16 resident/$20 non-resident
Create with Duct Tape
Join us as we show you how to make functional and fun
projects out of duct tape. We’ll get you started with a small
project so you can learn the basics then let you choose your
next project. You’ll be amazed what you can make out of
duct tape! Bring 2 different color rolls of duct tape, a deck
of cards and a pair of scissors to class.
10 to 13 years: Jan 19 & 26, Thurs, 4:15-5:45pm
Instructor: Patricia Dykstra Code: 4936.180
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 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: Jan 7-28 Code: 4910.101
Feb 4-25 Code: 4910.102
Mar 3-24 Code: 4910.200
Apr 7-28 Code: 4910.201
May 5-26 Code: 4910.202
Instructor: Michael P. Parenteau
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 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: Jan 21-Feb 11 Code: 4586.101
Feb 25-Mar 17 Code: 4586.201
Instructor: Juli Armas
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Sewing Fundamentals
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
scented hanging appliqué
Heart pillow for your closet.
Sewing machines furnished.
Bring $5 materials Fee: to
frst class made payable to the
Instructor.
7 to 12 years: Jan 16, Mon, 9am-12pm Code: 4901.100
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
plus $5 materials fee

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. Some experience
required.
9 to 14 years: Feb 20, Mon, 9am-12:30pm Code: 4901.111
Apr 23&30, Mon, 3:45-6pm Code: 4901.211
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Sewing Fun-Decorative Designs on Jeans
Add some 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. Instructions provided on your receipt.
9 to 14 years: Mar 1, Thurs, 4-6pm Code: 4901.210
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Weaving Without a loom
Weaving without a loom will teach students a variety of
techniques to manipulate yarn into fabric without needing a
loom. We will focus on pencil, straw and cardboard weavings.
Students can expect to do a series of short projects, and
one large fnal project. No experience necessary. $5 supply
fee payable to instructor at frst class.
11 to 17 years: Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm
Dates: Feb 20 & 27 Code: 4649.111
Mar 5 & 12 Code: 4649.201
Instructor: Nicole Nieweg
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident plus $5 supply fee
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Red Hot Robots
Robots are all around us: some we “recognize” as robots
others may surprise you. Discover different robot designs
and construct your own unique idea. Build a red hot robot
to take home with you. A $30 materials fee is payable at
frst class.
7 to 12 years: Dec 19-23, Mon-Fri
Instructor: Mad Science of Denver
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak
Full Day: 9am-4pm, $289* res / $361.25* non-res
Code: 4931.101
Half Day: 9am-12pm $189* res / $236.25* non-res
Code: 4931.121
*plus $30 materials fee
Seek, Find & Solve
Decipher the world around you. Use Morse code to send
messages, launch a “bottle rocket,” test soil and experiment
with space suit design. Discover pollution solutions by
baking with solar power. Test what your toes have to do
with tennis and much more!
6 to 12 years: Dec 27–30, Tue–Fri
Instructor: Mad Science of Denver
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak
Full Day: 9am-4pm $239 res/ $298.75 non-res
Code: 4931.126
Half Day: 9am-12pm $159 res/$198.75 non-res
Code: 4931.106
Martian Mayhem
Pilot a virtual Mars rover and test your skills at fnding
Martian life. Through hands-on experiments, see if you can
fnd Martian life. Discover the new, hot-rod Mars Rover,
Curiosity, which launched in November.
5 to 12 years: Jan 14, Sat, 12:30-2:30pm Code: 4935.131
Mar 2, Fri, 10:30-12:30pm Code: 4935.231
Instructor: SpaceTime Kids
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $19.50 resident/$24.50 non-resident
Space Chase
This workshop is a minds-on outer space adventure where kids
get to work in teams to try and track down an alien mad scientist
determined to turn off the Sun. Test out spaceships and your
rover piloting skills as we catch crafty extraterrestrials.
5 to 12 years: Jan 14, Sat, 2:45-4:45pm Code: 4935.121
Mar 2, Fri, 8-10am Code: 4935.221
Instructor: SpaceTime Kids
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $19.50 resident/$24.50 non-resident

Rocket blast
Rocket Blast is the
“Best Of” rockets
and space mission
program. It
combines the most
popular elements
of our three other
rocket science
programs building
and launching
workshop which
includes lots of all new
elements for serious rocket
craziness.
5 to 12 years: Jan 14, Sat, 8:30-10:30am Code: 4935.110
Mar 2, Fri, 1:15-3:15pm Code: 4935.210
Instructor: SpaceTime Kids
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $19.50 resident/$24.50 non-resident
Crown’s Characters Acting Class
For the serious and the recreational actor, this class will
emphasize acting technique, focusing on spontaneity,
creativity, improvisation, and honesty. A liberating class-
sure to free the actor within.
10 to Adult: Feb 7-Mar 13, Tue, 6-7pm Code: 4684.113
Location: Jesters School Performing Arts, 224 Main St
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident

Royal Rousers Acting Class
Here’s a great class for both the beginner and the
experienced actor. This class consists of nothing but theatre
games and improvisation. A terrifc way to initiate children
to the stage!
4 to 10 years: Saturdays, 11am-12pm
Dates: Feb 4-Mar 10 Code: 4950.111
April 14-May 19 Code: 4950.212
Location: Jesters School Performing Arts, 224 Main St
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
Royal Troubadours Musicals
Great for the beginner and the experienced actor. Must be
able to attend all performances. Directed by Scott Moore.
Performances will be Monday, 4:15pm & 7:30pm (dinner at
6pm). For show descriptions, go to www.jesterstheatre.com
5 to Adult: Mondays/Wednesdays, 4-6pm Code:
Pocahontas Jan 16-Feb 22; performance Feb 20 4950.101
Rapunzel Feb 27-Apr 11; performance Apr 9 4950.102
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
April 16-May 23; performance May 21 4950.201
Location: Jesters School Performing Arts, 224 Main St
Fee: $250 resident /$312.50 non-resident

Royal Trouveres Plays
This program is great for the beginner and the experienced
actor. Must be able to attend all performances. Directed
by Scotty Bohnen. Performances will be Tuesday, 4:15pm
& 7:30pm (dinner at 6pm). For show descriptions, go to
www.jesterstheatre.com
5 to Adult: Tuesdays/Thursdays, 4-5:30pm Code:
Beauty & The Beast
Jan17-Feb 23; performance Feb 21 4950.181
Puss In Boots
Feb 28-April 12; performance Apr 10 4950.182
Alias Smedley Pewtree
April 17-May 24; performance May 22 4950.283
Location: Jesters School Performing Arts, 224 Main St
Fee: $200 resident/$ 250 non-resident
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Sailing the Solar System
Set sail on an amazing journey through our cosmic
neighborhood. Explore the moons of Jupiter and Saturn,
search for signs of life, build you own Cosmic Cruisers, pilot
a remote controlled planetary crawler, test your astronaut
skills in our micro-gravity boots and much more. And be
warned... you may get Space Slimed.
6 to 12 years: Mar 26-30, Mon-Fri, 1:30-4:30pm
Instructor: SpaceTime Kids Code: 4935.250
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $125 resident/$156.25 non-resident

“Fizz”ical Phenomenon & Crazy Che-Mystery
Take a walk on the wild side as we explore molecular
madness, crazy chemistry and all kinds of radical reactions.
Whip up potions, fnd out how different chemicals react
when mixed together, and use your skills as a chemist to
discover the answers to secrets you’ve always wondered
about. Instruction provided by Mad Science Denver.
6 to 12 years: March 26-30, Mon-Fri
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Full Day: 9am-4pm Code: 4931.201
Fee: $289res /$361.25 non-res
Half Day: 9am-12pm Code: 4931.200
Fee: $189 res /236.25 non-res

lego engineering Play-Well TeKnologies
Students will take on real-life engineering challenges that
explore concepts in physics, architecture, mechanical and
structural engineering. From racecars to Battletracks, this
camp suitable for LEGO novices to “maniacs”. Designed
by engineers, the curriculum challenges both new and
returning students to reach the next level of engineering
comprehension, all while having fun.
8 to 12 years: Mar 26-30, Mon-Fri, 1-4pm Code: 4802.210
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $154 resident/$192.50 non-resident

lego Pre-engineering
Play-Well TeKnologies
Students will 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 will have the opportunity to build
what they have only dreamed of with the
support of an experienced Play-Well Engineering instructor
to guide them. LEGOs are for in-class use only.
5 to 7 years: Mar 26-30, Mon-Fri, 9am-12pm Code: 4802.200
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $154 resident/$192.50 non-resident

Passport to Pastels Workshop
Join us for adventurous fun as we explore many “locations”
using pastels. We will explore different locales to inspire
each day’s pastel creation such as cityscapes, the Swiss
Alps and a tropical scene full of color. Each day, we will
create a 12 x 18 drawing in pastel chalks. No experience
necessary.
6 to 12 years: Mar 26-30, Mon/Wed/Fri, 1-3pm
Instructor: Young Rembrandts Code: 4932.111
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $60 resident/$ $75 non-resident
Shopping Mall Drawing Workshop
Draw what you love to shop for! Imagine yourself at you
favorite stores and “illustrate” the merchandise. Draw shoes,
fashion, accessories, along with popular animal print fabrics.
We stop at a bath and candle shop to illustrate these popular
products. Our fnal day will result in one large store front
scene, with our own clothing designs cleverly displayed.
6 to 12 years: Mar 26-30, Mon/Wed/Fri, 10am-12pm
Instructor: Young Rembrandts Code: 4932.110
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Spring break Horse Camp
Have your own horse for a week! Each camper will be
matched with a horse to ride and love for the week.
Campers learn the care and responsibility for their horse,
as well as learning and practicing safety around horses.
Learn or improve riding skills in camper’s choice or English
or Western style.
8 to 14 years: Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm
Dates: Mar 26-30 Code: 4533.201
Location: Sun Pony Ranch, 18490 County Rd 1
Fee: $275 resident/ $343.75 non-resident

longmont Summer Day Camp
A state-licensed day camp operated by Longmont Recreation
Services. Fee includes any weekly Thursday outings, guest
speakers, special events, swimming on Tuesdays and Fridays,
and lots of fun-flled days! Registration begins at 7 am, Tue, Feb
28, at the Memorial Building and will continue until the 90 spaces
are flled. Information/ Registration Form/ Enrollment Packet
available online at www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/childrens/
summercamp.htm. $50 of payment is non-refundable
5* to 12 years: *5 year olds must have completed Kindergarten
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Full Time Upto55hrs/week•7am–6pm
8 weeks – starting Jun 4, Jun 11, or Jun 18
Fee: $1,386 res / $1,732 non-res
10 weeks – Jun 4-Aug 10
Fee: $1,536 res / $1,920 non-res
Part Time Upto25hrs/week•7am–6pm
8 weeks– starting Jun 4, Jun 11, or Jun 18
Fee: $975 res / $1,219 non-res
10 weeks – Jun 4-Aug 10
Fee: $1,164 res / $1,455 non-res
Weekly OptionUpto55hours/week•7am-6pm
Per Week: $209 res/ $261 non-res
(Pre-camp and Wk 5 are pro-rated)
Pre-registration is required; space is limited.
You must register for specifc weeks.
Weekly: May 28-August 10
Daily Option
Upto11hours/day•7am-6pm
5dayminimum•$55resident/$60non-resident
Payment Options:
For more information, call 303-651-8404 or visit http://
www.ci.longmont.co.us/rec/childrens/summercamp.htm
1. Full Payment due at registration
2. Half payment required at registration; remainder paid no
later than May 25.
3. Auto Pay Program – monthly fee taken from credit
card on the 2nd of each month. Auto Pay information is
included in registration packet.
SPring BrEak CamPS
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belay Clinic
This introductory 2-4 hour class includes belay techniques,
gear use, commands, bouldering and safety. Please sign up
with a partner if possible.
15 to Adult: Thursdays, 6-8pm
Dates: Code: Dates: Code:
Jan 12-19 4153.100; or Feb 9-16 4153.101
Mar 8-15 4153.200; or Apr 12-19 4153.201
May 10-17 4153.202
Location: Longmont Recreation Center Climbing Wall,
310 Quail Rd
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
Tree Climbing with Dances with branches
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: Apr 14, Sat, 12:30-3pm Code: 4783.204
May 12, Sat, 12:30-3pm Code: 4783.205
Location: Thompson Park, 4th & Bross St
Fee: Adult: $26 resident/$33 non-resident
Youth: $23 resident/$30 non-resident
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. Registration is taken at www.aliveat25.us.
For more information call 1-866-605-3900.
15 to 24 years: Saturdays, 8am-12:45pm
Dates: Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 10, Apr 14 or May 12
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $39/$79 court ordered
Hunter Safety
Get your Hunter Registration card by taking this class.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact
Michael at 303-747-2827 or mehdch@aol.com to register.
Days/Times: M/W/F, 5:15-8:30pm, and Sat, 9am-4pm
Dates: Jan 23, 25, 27, 28 or Mar 26, 28, 30, 31
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $10
Snowshoe Day Hikes
Snowshoeing is a fun activity
for all ages and ability levels to
experience the snowy outdoors!
Fee includes snowshoes, poles
and transportation to and from
the trail. Trails will be determined
by snow and trail conditions.
Children 12 and younger must
be accompanied by a participating
adult.
7 to Adult: Saturdays, 10am-4pm
Dates: Jan 14 Code: 4790.111
Feb 11 Code: 4790.112
Feb 25 Code: 4790.113
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 yth/$35 adult resident
$25 yth/$43.75 adult non-resident
Moonlight Snowshoe Hike
Take a walk in a fairy tale setting on this guided moonlight
snowshoe hike, complete with hot cocoa or tea while on
the trail. Bring friends or a sweetheart to enjoy this special
setting. Transportation provided.
18 to Adult: Mar 10, Sat, 6pm-12am Code: 4790.211
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Intro to Horses & Riding
Basic Safety Issues, horse & rider partnership, horse
personalities, horse care, and riding will all be discussed in
this class. Each participant will have 60 minutes of riding
time in a Group Lesson. Learn about communication with
the horse to foster that hose/rider partnership.
15 to Adult: Mar 31, Sat, 4-6pm Code: 4533.202
Location: Sun Pony Ranch, 18490 County Rd 1
Fee: $54 resident/$67.50 non-resident
Winter biking – What to Wear
What to wear when winter rolls in! Bike riding is deceiving
in the cold - warm internal body temps together with cold
air blowing in. Clothes, lighting, weather - this covers it all!
15 to Adult: Jan 18, Wed, 6-8pm & Jan 21, Sat, 1-4pm
Code: 6267.113
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Mardi Gras Ride
Fun and festive Mardi-Gras ride! Wear your beads and
your lights and come ride for 1.5 hours (route is weather
dependent - approximately 20 miles).
18 to Adult: Feb 21, Tues, 5:30-7pm Code: 6267.112
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
biking Goals
Goal #1 2012: dust off the bike, pump up the tires! Setting (bike/
ftness related) goals for the year can be daunting. Take baby
steps to get started and you will reach those 2012 goals!
15 to Adult: Jan 17, Tue, 6-8pm Code: 6267.111
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $6 resident/$7.50 non-resident
Get Your bike Ready For The Road
Learn the ABCs of bike checks to make sure your bike is ready
to ride. We will cover pre-ride checks and simple on-the-road
maintenance to make every ride enjoyable and FUN!
15 to Adult: Mar 15, Thurs, 5:30-7:30pm Code: 6267.110
Location: Provided upon registration
Fee: $10 resident/$12 non-resident
bike Commuting 101
High heels, suit and tie, drop off kids, pick up dinner - you CAN
commute to work on a bike and manage your life! Simple steps
to incorporate bicycle commuting into your everyday life!
15 to Adult: Apr 25, Wed, 5:30-7pm Code:6267.210
Apr 28, Sat, 3-4:30pm
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $10 resident/$12 non-resident
Family biking
Where to ride? How to keep them going? Teach the kids
to ride safely. Tips for parents who ride with their kids -
everything you need to know about riding safely in Longmont
with your little ones - whether in tow or on their own!
3 to Adult: Mar 24, Sat, 1-4pm Code: 6267.200
Apr 14, Sat, 2-5pm Code: 6267.201
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
3 to Adult: Apr 24, Tues, 10am-1pm Code: 6267.202
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Family Fee: $15 per resident family/$18.75 non-resident
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Materials fees, supply fees, and handout fees are
payable to the instructor at the frst class.
Make Your own Corsage and boutonniere
Learn to create your own beautiful corsages and
boutonnieres just in time for the prom and wedding season,
in this hands-on class. All materials provided.
16 to Adult: Apr 14, Sat, 2-4pm Code: 4582.200
Instructor: Devon Hukill
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
plus $10 materials fee
The Art of Calligraphy-beginning
Learn the basic foundations for Calligraphy (artistic writing
with a chisel pen). This short class will teach the method
for setting up lines, basic pen holding and basic strokes. All
materials provided with supply fee.
16 to Adult: Feb 2-16, Thurs, 6-7:30pm Code: 4648.101
Instructor: Gretchen Norwalk
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
plus $20 supply fee
The Art of Calligraphy II
Calligraphy II will go beyond the basic set-up and stroke
information to learning how to write alphabets and numbers.
A couple of alphabets will be explored. All materials
provided. If student completed beginning Calligraphy and
has own supplies, the fee may be waived per instructor
approval.
16 to Adult: Mar 1-15, Thurs, 6-7:30pm Code: 4648.200
Instructor: Gretchen Norwalk
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
plus $20 supply fee
beginning Stone Carving
Learn to carve an abstract guardian angel from Colorado
Alabaster. Use this angel to personalize your home decor or
as a way to pay tribute to memorialize a loved one. Supplies
provided include: pre-cut alabaster, semi-precious stone
cabochon, use of tools and sanding & polishing materials.
18 to Adult: Mar 7-28, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4647.200
Instructor: Keith Burkholder, Mountain Peak Enterprises
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $68 resident/$85 non-resident
plus $25 materials fee
Mosaics 101
Learn the craft of mosaics by creating
your own beautiful frame, or 8x8 wall
art, or hanging heart. Using a variety
of materials you will learn a simple
technique to cut, glue, and grout fne
china, art glass, glass gems and tile into
a keepsake. 10am-12:30pm cut and glue. 12:30-2 Lunch
break (while glue dries you can enjoy Prospect’s restaurants
and shops). 2-3pm return to fnish grouting.
16 to Adult: Feb 4, Sat, 10 am-3 pm Code: 4630.100
Apr 21, Sat, 10 am-3 pm Code: 4630.200
Instructor: Susan Wechsler
Location: Susan’s Studio, 818 Confdence Dr,
Prospect New Town
Fee: $70 resident/$87.50 non-resident
plus $50 materials fee
Portrait Drawing
Made easy
Portrait Drawing is about seeing
like an artist-just like any other
type of drawing. Learn the
proportions of the face and
many ways of shading to create
depth. You will learn by drawing
self portraits using mirrors and
also by drawing each other and
using photos.
16 to Adult: Jan 11-Feb 1, Wed, 6-8pm Code: 4660.100
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
plus $5 handout 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.
16 to Adult: Jan 12-Feb 2, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4660.102
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
plus $5 handout fee
Continuing Colored Pencil Drawing
Prerequisite: Colored Pencil Drawing of plants and fowers.
Explore drawing objects such as glass, wood, and feathers
so that when you want to put props in your botanical
illustrations you will be prepared. How about a glass vase
full of fowers, a bird in a gourd birdhouse, or a glass jar of
dried spices on a wood spice rack? Supply list available at
registration or on-line.
16 to Adult: Mar 1-22, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4660.200
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
plus $5 handout fee
beginning Drawing Made easy
Learn about contour drawing, negative space, perspective,
and shading in different ways. By the end of the class, you
will be able to draw whatever you wish, but most of all you
will learn to see. Supply list available at registration or on-
line; must have supplies at frst class.
16 to Adult: Apr 4-25, Wed, 6-8pm Code: 4660.202
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
plus $5 handout fee

Pen and Ink Drawing
Learn how to create beautiful pen & ink drawings using a
crow quill pen and bottled inks. Learn all the techniques
of shading only using line. Do full color drawings using
colored ink with a crow quill pen. Others types of pens will
be explored. Supply list available at registration or on-line;
must have supplies at frst class.
16 to Adult: Apr 5-26, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4660.203
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
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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. All
levels of artistic experience are welcome. Supplies needed:
20” x 30” foam core board, and any other small natural or
personal objects you may wish to add.
16 to Adult: Mar 7-28, Wed,6-8pm Code: 4660.201
Instructor: Donna Clement
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
no Fear oil Painting
Whether you are a beginner or have some experience, come
and enjoy developing your talent 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-line.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 9-11am
Dates: Jan 9-30 Code: 4613.111
Feb 6-27 Code: 4613.112
Mar 5-26 Code: 4613.210
Apr 2-23 Code: 4613.211
Apr 30-May 21 Code: 4613.212
18 to Adult: Mondays, 7-9pm
Dates: Jan 9-30 Code: 4613.101
Feb 6-27 Code: 4613.102
Mar 5-26 Code: 4613.200
Apr 2-23 Code: 4613.201
Apr 30-May 21 Code: 4613.202
18 to Adult: Wednesdays, 1-3pm
Dates: Jan 11-Feb 1 Code: 4613.121
Feb 8-29 Code: 4613.122
Mar 7-28 Code: 4613.220
Apr 4-25 Code: 4613.221
May 2-23 Code: 4613.222
Instructor: Dorothy Pecina
Location: Carriage House Art Studio, 11938 Oxford Rd
Fee: $49 resident/$61 non-resident plus supplies
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. Introductory to Intermediate
level. Students must provide materials at frst session.
Supply list available at time of registration or on-line.
16 to Adult: Jan 10-31, Tue, 10am-1pm Code: 4659.111
Instructor: Diane Wood
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-res
Creative Art
Participants will explore a wide range of art mediums and
techniques including drawing, pastels, music, paint and
design. Each week will do a different project with a theme
suggested by the instructor. This class is great for everyone
and all abilities.
16 to Adult: Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm
Dates: Jan 30-Feb 27 Code: 4660.101
May 21-June 25 Code: 4660.210
Instructor: Sally West
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
plus $20 supply fee
beading basics-bracelet
or necklace & earrings
Learn the basics of stringing
using bead wire, crimps, jump
rings, wire covers and clasps.
You will make a simple beaded
bracelet or necklace and
earrings from pearls, crystals,
glass and metal beads to
compliment any outft from casual
to dressy.
13 to Adult: Tuesday, 6:30-8:30 pm
Date: Jan 10 Code: 4627.103
Feb 7 Code: 4627.106
Mar 6 Code: 4627.200
Instructor: Susan Eaton
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $3 materials fee
beading basics-Crystal or Pearl bracelet
Learn the basics of creating a simple “right angle
weave” bracelet that can be simple or embellished to be
exceptionally elegant.
13 to Adult: Tuesday, 6:30-8:30 pm
Dates: Jan 17 Code: 4627.104
Feb 21 Code: 4627.107
Mar 13 Code: 4627.201
Instructor: Susan Eaton
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $3 materials fee

beading: basic Wire Wrap
Learn to manipulate wire using the “loop and coil” method. You
will make one pair of earrings and 2 stone pendants. Please
bring needle nose pliers and a pair of round nose pliers.
13 to Adult: Tuesday, 6:30-8:30pm
Dates: Jan 24 Code: 4627.105
Feb 28 Code: 4627.108
Mar 20 Code: 4627.211
Instructor: Susan Eaton
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $3 materials fee
Weaving Without a loom
Weaving without a loom will teach students a variety of
techniques to manipulate yarn into fabric without needing a
loom. We will focus on pencil, straw and cardboard weavings.
Students can expect to do a series of short projects, and
one large fnal project. No experience necessary. $5 supply
fee payable to instructor at frst class.
18 to Adult: Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm
Dates: Feb 6 & 13 Code: 4649.101
Mar 19 & 26 Code: 4649.200
Instructor: Nicole Nieweg
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $5 materials fee
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Crochet:
Unless otherwise noted, courses are for someone who
knows how to do basic crochet stitches: chain and single
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.
Adults 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: Wednesdays, 7-9pm
Dates: Jan 4 & 18 Code: 4618.100
Apr 25 & May 9 Code: 4618.200
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $16.50 materials fee
Crochet a bohemian Scrap Yarn Scarf
Create a fashionable one-of-a-kind multi texture Bohemian
scarf that is warm and stylish making wonderful use of your
scrap yarn. Different texture yarns are welcome to add to
the beauty of your unique piece. You will have a good start
on the scarf so you can complete it at home.
14 to Adult: Jan 30, Mon, 6-9pm Code: 4618.101
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
plus $16.50 materials fee
Crochet a Spiral boa Scarf
Create a one of a kind spiral boa scarf that is warm and
stylish. You will have a good start on the scarf so you can
complete it at home.
14 to Adult: Feb 20, Mon, 6-9pm Code: 4618.201
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
plus $22.50 materials fee
Crochet a Warm Hat
Crochet either an easier ribbed hat or a head hugger beanie
style for the bit more adventurous. You will have a good start
on the hat to either complete in class or fnish at home.
14 to Adult: Mar 12, Mon, 6-9pm Code: 4618.202
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
plus $12.50 materials fee
Crochet Placemats & Table Runner
Crochet placemats and a matching table runner to make the
perfect complement for your table that is both durable and
washable as they are all cotton. Includes yarn for 4 placemats
and, for $10 more, a 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: Mar 26 & Apr 2, Mon, 7-9pm Code: 4618.203
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $25-$35 materials fee
Crochet Rosettes and Flowers
Crochet beautiful rosettes and fowers in three different
sizes. You can use these to adorn hats, scarves, purses,
shawls, sweaters etc. You can also make these to attach to
a pin or barrette, or make into a fower bouquet.
14 to Adult: Apr 16, Mon, 7-9pm Code: 4618.204
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
plus $16.50 materials fee
Knitting:
Materials fee is payable to instructor at frst class and
covers supplies (yarn, needles, etc.) 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. No class between the two
sessions. Plan on knitting between the two classes.
14 to Adult: Jan 10 & 24, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.101
Mar 8 & 22, Thurs, 7-9pm Code: 4655.200
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $37 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. You will have enough
yarn to make a 2nd hat.
16 to Adult: Jan 31-Feb 7, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.112
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $38 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.
14 to Adult: Feb 23, Thurs, 7-9pm Code: 4655.120
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 in class and the second at home.
14 to Adult: Jan 17, Tue, 6-9pm Code: 4655.121
Fee: $24 resident/$30 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: Feb 21-Mar 6, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.102
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: Feb 9, Thurs, 7-9pm Code: 4655.113
Fee: $18 resident/$22.50 non-resident
plus $22.50 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. Second class is from 7-8 pm.
14 to Adult: Mar 13 & 20,Tues, 7-9pm Code: 4655.211
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
plus $38 materials fee
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Wrist Warmers
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: Apr 3 &10, Tue, 7-8:30pm Code: 4655.201
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $22 materials fee
lace Shawl
In this class you will make a warm triangle shawl using
alpaca, wool and silk yarn. Rich shades of yarn colors will
make this one of your favorite cool weather shawls.
14 to Adult: Apr 17 & 24, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.202
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $35 materials fee
Knit a Capelet
A capelet fts nicely over your shoulders. These are knitted
in the round for speed, comfort and to save seaming later.
In this one session class, you will cast on using circular
needles and begin knitting the neckline of the capelet. You
will be well on your way to fnish your capelet at home.
14 to Adult: May 10, Thurs, 6:30-9pm Code: 4655.221
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $32 materials fee
Market bag
Here’s an all-purpose tote that securely holds everything
from your groceries to toys. Made of 100% cotton, it is eco-
friendly and an alternative to plastic and paper. Provide
your own needles (10.5 straight needles and 13mm 24”
circulars) and your materials fee is $10 for the yarn. Plan to
pre-register and START THE PROJECT before frst class.
The second class meets 7-8 pm.
14 to Adult: May 8 & 15, Tue, 7-9pm Code: 4655.231
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
plus $28 materials fee
Make Felted Soap
If you’ve ever accidentally shrunk a wool sweater in the
laundry, then you have felted! 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.
10 to Adult: May 1, Tue, 7-8:30 pm Code: 4655.215
Instructor: Gail Sundberg-Douse
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident
plus $7 materials fee

Materials fees, supply fees, and handout fees are
payable to the instructor at the frst class
Sewing Machine basics
How do I use my machine? This class will go over the
basics and you make a reference booklet full of sample
stitches and applications. Learn about bobbins, pressure
feet, straight and zig zag stitches and more. Bring your own
sewing machine and user manual or use one of ours.
16 to Adult: Jan 24, Tues,6-8:30pm Code: 4901.151
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident

Sewing: Make a Pillow
It’s easier than you think! Learn to make a pillow from
scratch or recover on old outdated one to liven up any
room in your home. Patterns will be furnished. $10 supply
fee payable to the Instructor due at class.
16 to Adult: Feb 9, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4901.101
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident

How to Read a Pattern
Do you get confused when you try to read a pattern? Take
the mystery out of sewing patterns as you learn to read
and understand basic instructions. We will demonstrate
cutting instructions, seam allowance, notches, straight of
grain and more.
16 to Adult: Feb 7, Tue, 5:30-7:30pm Code: 4901.131
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $18 resident/$22 non-resident

Sewing: Table Runners
Learn easy sewing skills such as straight stitch, zig-zag-
open toe, use of variegated thread, stablizer and hemming
techniques as we complete your very own Table Runner. $5
materials fee payable to the Instructor at the class.
16 to Adult: Mar 13, Tue, 6-8pm Code: 4901.102
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident

Sewing Fundamentals
for Adults
Build your confdence as we learn
about machine fundamentals, basic
sewing techniques by hand and on
the machine as we complete a few
simple projects to take home and enjoy.
Great for those with little or no sewing
experience. Machines provided.
16 to Adult: Mar 27, 29, Apr 4, T/Th 6-8pm Code: 4901.150
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
plus $10 materials fee
Make a Spring or barbeque Apron
Delight your family and friends with a personalized apron.
This easy pattern will help you learn and build confdence in
your sewing skills. Supply list available or bring $5 materials
and supply fee to the class.
16 to Adult: Apr 3, Tue, 6-8pm Code: 4901.201
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Make a Patio Chair Pad
Learn to make new or recover existing Patio Chair Pads!
Come learn to make a pattern, cut and sew medium weight
fabric, use bias tape as piping as we cover a pre-formed
foam chair pad. Supply list available.
16 to Adult: Apr 16, Mon, 6-8pm Code: 4901.202
Instructor: Ann Poindexter
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
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Cooking:
once A Month Menu Planning
Learn how to meal plan and create your own month-long
menu using healthy foods for the entire family. Learn how
to make your own convenience foods. Topics will include
buying in bulk, buying organic and creating less waste.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes will be included.
18 to Adult: Jan 24, Tue, 6-8pm Code: 4551.101
Instructor: Robin Wyrick
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/$15.75 non-resident
Meal Planning 101
With all the recipes and cooking shows out there why is it
so hard to get daily meals together? We can help! Learn the
savvy basics of planning the meals you’d like to enjoy with
your family. Think stress-free meals, saving money, and time!
18 to Adult: Feb 25, Sat, 1:30-3:30pm Code: 4653.161
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
18 to Adult: Mar 8, Thurs, 11:30-1pm Code: 4653.260
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Instructor: Chelsea and Suzanne, Back To Basics Kitchen
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Winter Warm Up with Soups & Stews
Discover the art of hearty soups while learning time saving
strategies for getting a great meal on the table. We’ll cover
brothy, creamy, chunky soups and stews, and send you
home with versatile and delicious recipes and new skills.
18 to Adult: Jan 28, Sat, 1:30-3:30pm Code: 4653.160
Instructor: Chelsea and Suzanne, Back To Basics Kitchen
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Surprisingly Delicious bean Dishes
Beans are one of the most healthy foods you can eat. Learn
why, and how to make them taste delicious with 6 ethnic
twists; Mediterranean, Italian, Mexican, Indian, Asian, and
Southern! Each recipe takes 5 minutes or LESS! We will
demonstrate these cooking techniques as we make and eat
Warmed Coconut Peanut Lentils.
15 to Adult: Feb 29, Wed, 6-7:15pm Code: 4653.150
Instructor: Pam Vagnieres
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Plus $5 materials fee
bread Making
We demonstrate how to start with wheat seeds and end up
with a loaf of bread, Italian Foccacia and Cinnamon rolls
fresh out of the oven to eat together. Discover the nutritional
benefts of grinding your own wheat. Go Organic, Buy in
Bulk and save time and money. Let me show you how.
16 to Adult: Jan 30,Mon, 6-8pm Code: 4652.100
Mar 5, Mon,6-8pm Code: 4652.101
Instructor: Robin Wyrick
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/$15.75 non-resident
Canning basics
Learn how to can your own food. Use your garden all year
long. Information on how to can anything from meat to fruits
and veggies. Save time and money.
16 to Adult: Apr 2, Mon, 6-8pm Code: 4652.223
Instructor: Robin Wyrick
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $12.50 resident/$15.75 non-resident
Simple baby Food to Make at Home
Learn to make tasty, wholesome foods for baby! It’s easier
than you think and you’ll save a bundle. We’ll cover the
how-to of what you need, choosing ingredients, preparation,
and storage.
18 to Adults: Apr 26, Thurs, 11:30-1pm Code: 4652.255
Instructor: Chelsea and Susanna, Back To Basics Kitchen
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
beginning Cheesemaking Feta & Queso Fresco
Learn how to make delicious Feta (a Greek cheese) and
Queso Fresco (a Latin American quick farm cheese) in your
own kitchen with farm-fresh or store-bought milk. Minimal
equipment and ingredients needed and the results are well
worth the effort!
14 to Adult: Apr 18, Wed, 7-8:30pm Code: 4652.212
Instructor: Kate Johnson
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Introduction to Hard Cheesemaking
Learn the basic skills and equipment needed to make hard
cheeses at home using farm-fresh or store-bought milk.
We will start with an Italian hard cheese that needs minimal
equipment and a short aging time but is very delicious!
14 to Adult: May 4, Fri, 11:30am-1pm Code: 4652.211
Instructor: Kate Johnson
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
Make Your own Protein bars
Healthy, Delicious, Easy, Inexpensive and Quick! We will
demonstrate how fast and easy it is to make delicious, healthy
protein bars. These are much less expensive and you can
design the favor to suit your own tastes. In class we will make
and eat Cocoa Cashew Bars and give you lots of recipe ideas.
16 to Adult: May 17, Thurs, 6-7:15pm Code: 4652.230
Instructor: Pam Vagnieres
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Plus $5 materials fee
Spring Greens:
beyond the Salad bowl
Spring greens are here again!
Come learn about the different
and delicious varieties
popping up. We’ll show such
fantastic and versatile recipes
that you’ll be running to the
Farmer’s Market or your garden for
more greens.
18 to Adults: May 19, Sat, 1:30-3pm Code: 4653.262
Instructor: Chelsea and Susanna, Back To Basics Kitchen
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
A Fresh Approach to eating for Health
Good nutrition can improve your health & wellbeing! Join
the discussion about what healthy eating really means &
learn the skills you need to make healthy dietary changes
or manage your weight. Participants will receive a
complimentary follow up session with the Dietitian.
16 to Adult: Jan 26, Thurs, 6:30-8pm Code: 4257.100
Instructor: Lyn Turton, Caledonia Nutrition
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $7 resident/$8.75 non-resident
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Gardening:
Let our experts show you how to
achieve professional results at home.
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
Indoor Plants
Learn easy tips for plat selection, care and maintenance
including orchids in and around your home and offce.
Taught by Evelyn Freytag, Master Gardener.
16 to Adult: Feb 7, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.132
Instructor: Evelyn Freytag
Containers: Spillers, Thrillers and Fillers
Come fnd out the best selection of plants that complement
each other for spectacular summer color. We include how
to care for your containers throughout the growing season.
Taught by Evelyn Freytag, Master Gardener
16 to Adult: May 8, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.232
Instructor: Evelyn Freytag
elements of Garden Designs I
Learn how to create front entrance and backyard
appeal by using various principles of design. We will
discuss combinations of hardscapes and softscapes by
incorporating line, texture, plant selection for height and
continuous color. Bring pictures of your yard to encourage
you to develop your own design.
16 to Adult: Apr 10, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.250
Instructor: Evelyn Freytag
elements of Garden Designs II
A continuation of Elements of Design or for those who
understand basic landscape principals. Using principals of
design you too can create simple, effective landscapes. Bring
photos of your yard so you can develop your own design.
16 to Adult: Apr 24, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.251
Instructor: Evelyn Freytag
Simply & easy Water Features & Fountains
Add the peaceful sound of water to your backyard ambiance.
Learn how to install a few simple and easy water features
to your landscape. Come learn from the experts at Urban
Earth Gardening Services.
18 to Adult: Feb 23,Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.140
Instructor: Devon Hukill, Urban Earth Gardening Services
Growing Your Plants from Seeds
How to grow healthy plants from seed. Get started early indoors
or learn when to begin outdoors in the Colorado climate.
16 to Adult: Mar 20, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.238
Instructor: Evelyn Freytag
Growing Vegetables and Herbs
Discover great techniques to grown your own herbs and
warm and cool season vegetables for a successful harvest.
16 to Adult: May 15, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.236
Instructor: Evelyn Freytag
Troubleshooting Irrigation Systems
Do you have brown spots in your yard due to a faulty
irrigation system? Learn how to repair minor irrigation
problems just in time for the growing season.
18 to Adult: Mar 17, Sat, 2-3:30pm Code: 4145.245
Instructor: Devon Hukill, Urban Earth Gardening Services
DIY Drip Irrigation System
Learn how to add a simple and inexpensive drip irrigation
system to your landscape. Perfect for shrub and perennial
beds, vegetable gardens, containers and patio pots.
18 to Adult: Apr 28, Sat, 2-4pm Code: 4145.247
Instructor: Devon Hukill, Urban Earth Gardening Services
landscape Series
Join us for this in depth
Landscape Series. If you
enroll in all 4 classes in this
series, you will receive a 30
minute Landscape consultation
with one of the experts at Urban
Earth Gardening Services.
Instructor: Devon Hukill, Urban Earth Gardening
Services
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
From the Ground Up-Soil Prep
Soil preparation and mulching is the frst stage in a
successful landscape. Come learn the importance in soil
prep and mulching. We will discuss basic principles, in
depth applications and what works best in the Colorado
climate.
18 to Adult: Mar 1, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.240
Hardscaping and Pathways
Always wanted a meandering path through your yard or
garden? Learn the tricks of the trade to create pathways,
patios and other hardscapes in your landscape.
18 to Adult: Mar 8, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.241
Successful Lawns
Want to be the envy of your neighborhood with the
greenest lawn on the block? Learn an easy maintenance
program to keep your lawn looking it’s best.
18 to Adult: Mar 15, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.242
Colors for all Season
Learn what plants to use in your landscape to add visual
interest to your yard no matter what the season.
18 to Adult: Mar 22, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4145.243
Introduction to Voiceovers
This fun and empowering 2 hour
introductory workshop covers
the different types of voiceovers
and what tools are needed to
fnd success. You’ll be coached
as you read a script and
recorded so you can receive
a professional voiceover
evaluation later. You’ll have the
knowledge to help you decide
if this is something you’d like
to pursue. This class is taught by
a professional voice actor from the
Voice Acting Training Company, Voices for All.
18 to Adult: Feb 9, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4691.102
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
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beginning Guitar for Adults
This course is geared towards the beginning student and
will start with the basics. We will 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: Jan 30-Mar 5, Mon, 8-9pm Code: 4502.102
Instructor: Mike Tolle
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident
plus $5 materials fee

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
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident
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.
16 to Adult: Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm
Dates: Jan 3-24 Code: 4299.101
Feb 7-28 Code: 4299.102
Mar 6-27 Code: 4299.200
Apr 3-24 Code: 4299.201
Continuing Drumming
Now that you’ve learned the basics, it’s time to go deeper.
Prerequisite: Beginning Drumming.
16 to Adult: Beginner-Mondays, 7:15-8:30pm
Dates: Jan 2-23 Code: 4298.103
Feb 6-27 Code: 4298.105
Mar 5-26 Code: 4298.202
Apr 2-23 Code: 4298.203
16 to Adult: Beginner-Thursdays, 12-1pm
Dates: Jan 5-26 Code: 4298.101
Feb 9-Mar 1 Code: 4298.102
Mar 8-29 Code: 4298.200
Apr 5-26 Code: 4298.201
16 to Adult: Intermediate-Tuesdays, 11:30-12:45pm
Dates: Jan 3-24 Code: 4299.111
Feb 7-28 Code: 4299.112
Mar 6-27 Code: 4299.210
Apr 3-24 Code: 4299.211
16 to Adult: Intermediate-Wednesdays, 7:45-9pm
Dates: Jan 4-25 Code: 4299.126
Feb 8-29 Code: 4299.128
Mar 7-28 Code: 4299.215
Apr 4-25 Code: 4299.217
Advanced Drumming
Must get permission from Gregg at communitydrum@earthlink.net.
16 to Adult: Tuesdays, 7:45-9pm
Dates: Jan 3-24 Code: 4298.121
Feb 7-28 Code: 4298.122
Mar 6-27 Code: 4298.220
Apr 3-24 Code: 4298.221
Pre-natal Music Stimulation
Learn how natural responses to music become simple
sensory experiences making music a perfect learning tool
for your unborn child. We will give you the tools to enhance
the quality of life for both parents and child. A perfect class
for expectant Moms.
Adults: Jan 16, Mon, 7-8pm Code: 4503.102
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Lisa Hollis
Fee: $15 resident/ $18.75 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, and some Chinese
calligraphy.
17 to Adult: Saturdays, 1-1:45pm
Dates: Jan 21-Feb 11 Code: 4586.111
Feb 25-Mar 17 Code: 4586.211
Instructor: Juli Armas
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident

Projective Dream Work
Explore your dreams using Projective Dream Work. Share
your dreams in a safe and supportive environment, taking
each other’s dreams as if they were your own. The Projective
Dream Work technique is a powerful and effective tool that
has helped many people learn the language of their own
souls-fnding inner wisdom and guidance.
16 to Adult: Mondays, 6-7:30pm
Dates: Jan 23-Feb 13 Code: 4674.101
Feb 27-Mar 19 Code: 4674.102
Instructor: Stacey Arnett,Ph.D
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Intro to Refexology
Learn what Refexology is, how it can beneft your health,
when it is used, how it works for wellness and foot conditions,
as well as any contraindications, as well as understanding
the mapping correlation from the feet to the body.
14 to Adult: Apr 19, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4311.232
Instructor: Karen McMeans Sapienza
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
plus $6 materials fee

Refexology for Foot
Conditions & Foot Care
Learn how benefcial refexology
can be for Plantar Fasciaitis,
Neuromas, Achilles tendonitis,
sciatica, foot cramps, edema,
osteoarthritis, sprained
ligaments, restless leg
syndrome and more. Get hints
and exercises for caring for good
foot health.
14 to Adult: Apr 26, Thurs, 6:30-9:30pm Code: 4311.233
Instructor: Karen McMeans Sapienza
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
plus $6 materials fee
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Safety Awareness for Women
The class will cover: Awareness theory, stalking methods
used by predators, common myths regarding where and
when we are “safe”, home safety tips, traveling safety tips,
and some easily obtained tools and weapons that can be
used for your defense. While this is not a fghting class
per se, there will be some simple and effective defensive
techniques taught. Mother/daughter combinations are
welcome and encouraged.
12 to Adult: Tuesday, 7-9pm
Dates: Jan 31 Code: 4587.101
Mar 6 Code: 4587.200
Apr 17 Code: 4587.201
Instructors: Comdr Tim Perkins and Detective Tori Bellah,
Longmont Police Dept.
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident
Will Maker legal Seminar
A wonderful way to get a tough job fnished! In a single,
easy and enjoyable session, you’ll 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: Jan 28, Sat, 10-1pm Code: 4537.100
Feb 21, Tue, 6-9pm Code: 4537.101
Mar 14, Wed, 6-9pm Code: 4537.200
Apr 28, Sat, 10am-1pm Code: 4537.202
May 10, Thur, 6-9pm Code: 4537.203
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $99 resident/$124 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, 7-8:30pm
Dates: Feb 9 Code: 4501.100
Apr 5 Code: 4501.201
Instructor: Lisa Simmerman, Stella Earth
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
beginning Dog obedience
This class is designed for dogs 4 months
old and up. Dogs and their companions
will 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: Thursdays, 7-8pm
Dates: Feb 16-Mar 22 Code: 4500.101
Apr 12-May 17 Code: 4500.201
Instructor: Bill Eyl
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
beginning Astronomy
Become familiar with bright stars
and constellations and how to locate
many beautiful objects in the winter
sky. Mar 9 & 16 you’ll learn the basics
of how to locate objects using a star
chart and how to set up and use a
telescope. Mar 23 & 30 will be held
outdoors-weather permitting-at Sandstone
Ranch. Telescopes will be provided or you may bring your
own. No restrooms available at the outdoor classes.
18 to Adult: Mar 9-30, Fri, 8-9pm Code: 4588.200
Instructor: Longmont Astronomical Society
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 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 on Saturday 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, 7-9pm & Saturday, 10-11:30 am
Dates: Jan 11 & 14 Code: 4512.101
Feb 15 & 18 Code: 4512.200
Mar 14 & 17 Code: 4512.201
Apr 18 & 21 Code: 4512.202
Instructor: John Lovell
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 your
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 & Saturday, 10-11:30 am
Dates: Jan 25 & 28 Code: 4511.102
Mar 7 & 10 Code: 4511.200
Apr 25 & 28 Code: 4511.201
Instructor: John Lovell
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident

live Your life with Passion & Purpose
Longing for greater joy and meaning in your life? Join this
“coaching-style” class and participate in activities that will
help you fnd your unique path. Through fun and creative
exercises and discussions, you will develop long-term
goals and workable action plans to start moving closer
to your ideal future! Complimentary 30 minute private
coaching session is included at the end of the class.
*No class Feb 20.
18 to Adult: Jan 23-Mar 12*, Mon, 11am-1pm
Instructor: Kate Johnson Code: 4513.101
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $199 resident/$248.75 non-res
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organizational life 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
Show Up and Change the Story of Your Life
It’s a New Year! Are you happy with your life? Are you getting
the results you want? Learn The ReDecisions Model™
to identify how you show up, what beliefs stop you from
getting what you want and how to “ReDecide” to live the
story you really want.
18 to Adult: Jan 11, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4251.101

The 7 Priorities That Will Change Your Life
Lack of priorities is the #1 killer of achievement,
accomplishment, happiness and success. “We don’t plan
to fail, we fail to plan.” Live the life you truly want, take
charge of your goals and dreams and take action on your
priorities. The New Year is a good time to start!
18 to Adult: Jan 25, Wed, 6:30-8:30 pm Code: 4251.102
How to Organize Paper for Taxes, Files and More
Got paper? If you’re overwhelmed with, or stuck due to
paper overload, sign up for this class. Taxes, 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: Mar 1, Thurs, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4241.200

Burn Your House Down! Get Organized for Good!
It’s spring! Learn how to decide, sort and clear out the clutter
from your life on every level to decrease stress, frustration,
wasted time and energy. We will cover: How to get started;
How to sort and store; How to reorganize everything to love
your home again.
18 to Adult: Mar 20, Tue, 6:30-8:30 pm Code: 4248.200

Change Your Mind, Change Your Life
Choice is POWER; it is a catalyst for change. Each decision
you make opens a path to what you want or what you don’t
want. Learn the habits and mindsets that make for unwanted
choices and how to focus your mind to get what you want.
18 to Adult: Apr 18, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4251.200
Computers: What Do You Have?
What Do You Want?
Tables, Netbook, Laptop, Desktop, E-Reader, Android,
Apple? So many options, so little information. Which is right
for you? There are so many choices, sometimes you need
someone not collecting commission help you fgure out
what works best for you.

15 to Adult: Jan 19, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4545.130
Mar 7, Wed, 6-8pm Code: 4545.232
Instructor: Candace Youngman, Teaching Tech
Computer Services
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident

Computers: iPods & iTunes?
Which I-Pod should you buy, how do you organize your
music? Learn how to import music and make playlists. We
will also cover at home speaker systems for the iPods.

15 to Adult: Jan 26, Thurs, 6:30-8pm Code: 4545.131
Instructor: Candace Youngman, Teaching Tech
Computer Services
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
Computers: organize Your Digital Photos
We will help you organize, fle, and edit those digital photos.
You can’t show them off if you can’t fnd them or they are
sideways once you do. Learn just the basics using free
Picasa Editing Software.

15 to Adult: Jan 23, Mon, 6:30-8:30pm Code: 4545.132
May 23, Wed, 6-8pm Code: 4545.233
Instructor: Candace Youngman, Teaching Tech
Computer Services
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
Computers: 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 cyber-stalking.

16 to Adult: Jan 24, Tue, 6-8pm Code: 4545.121
Instructor: Henry Spencer
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Computers: Getting
To Know Your PC
Get to know your PC and learn
about operating systems,
processors, memory, hard drive
space, defrag, peripherals and more.
We will discuss 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.

16 to Adult: Feb 15, Wed, 5:30-7:30pm Code: 4545.101
Instructor: Robert Dornan
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Computers: backing Up Your Data
In this two hour class, 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: Feb 1, Wed, 5:30-7:30pm Code: 4545.120
Instructor: Robert Dornan
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
email - From Setup To Clean Up
What service provider should you use for email? We will
help you set up email and keep your inbox clean, utilizing
folders to save important mail. Email TOP to BOTTOM, all
the answers in one place.

15 to Adult: Mar 1, Thurs, 6-8pm Code: 4545.230
Instructor: Candace Youngman, Teaching Tech
Computer Services
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $15 resident/ $18.75 non-resident

Computers: Social Media... What’s It All About
Social media is the new buzz word. Do you want to join the
party? What it can do for you, to tweet or not to tweet, are
you linked IN, what is Facebook and why would I want one.
Learn how to use social media for fun and business.

15 to Adult: Apr 11, Wed, 6-8pm Code: 4545.231
Instructor: Candace Youngman, Teaching Tech
Computer Services
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fees $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident
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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.
Senior Services open House
Be sure and bring a neighbor, family member, or friend and come
and experience the best of the best. This event, coordinated
by the Senior Citizens Advisory Board, is an enjoyable way to
fnd out all about the Senior Center, the programs, activities,
and services. This is an opportunity to meet and mingle with
leaders and participants of various activities, with Advisory
Board and Friends board members, and with staff.
Date/Time: Jan 27, Fri, 1-3pm
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.
Date/Time: Feb 2, Thurs, 9am
Friday Afternoon Concerts and Art Shows
Series 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. There is a
reception after each concert to enable the audience to meet
and visit with the performers and artists. Call 303-651-8411
or 303-678-7869 for information or stop by the Senior Center
to purchase your tickets in advance. General public is invited,
too. Bring your friends of all ages!
Friday, December 16
The Renaissance Project is a chorus that specializes in
Renaissance motets and other Renaissance and a cappella
music of a similar aesthetic.
Friday, January 20
Dexter Payne Quartet featuring Brazilian & Jazz Music.
Friday, February 17
Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee, An Actor’s Life for Me!
World renowned story teller Bill Mooney will present stories
from his life as an actor for over 35 years in New York City.
Senior Softball Pre-season Meeting:
We will discuss team formation, general information, and
meet other players.
Day/Time: Feb 22, Wed, 9–10am
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Active Minds Presentations
Sponsored by the Friends of the Longmont Senior Center, these
educational programs are presented by Active Minds® who
“believe in lifelong learning and fostering active minds for life.”
Cost: Free, but please register in advance
Holiday Traditions Unwrapped
Why do we have Christmas trees? Or for that matter holiday
lights, egg nog, holly, or mistletoe? Join us as we seek to
explain the origins of a wide variety of holiday traditions and
examine how they have evolved and changed over time.
Day/Time: Dec 2, Fri, 2-3pm Code: 7002.100
The Islamic Faith
Islam is the second largest religion in the world with estimates
of over a billion followers. Join Active Minds for an objective
examination of its origins, teachings, and practices.
Day/Time: Jan 6, Fri, 1:30-2:30pm Code: 7003.100
Chocolate
The story of chocolate is a “rich” tale indeed. It involves
aristocracy and slavery, innovation and coincidence. Pivotal
roles were played by both Christopher Columbus and
Hernando Cortéz.
Day/Time: Feb 14, Tue, 3-4pm Code: 7004.100
Art History for the Tourist
This two-part presentation will look at the art, architecture,
history, and mythology of ancient Athens and Rome. For those
of us who are “staycationers” and have not traveled to Europe,
we can learn to appreciate our Neo-Classical buildings in
Colorado and the inspiration for this architecture.
Day/Time: Feb 15 & 29, Wed, 1-3pm Code: 7124.100
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $8 resident/ $9.50 non-resident
Senior Center receives check from ATT
for scholarships for exercise programs
On hand for the presentation of a $5000 check from Bill
Soards, President of AT&T, were Senate President Brandon
Shaffer, Friends of the Senior Center and Senior Citizens
Advisory Board members,
staff, and several participants
in the Monday
morning exercise
class. The funds
will be used to
support
scholarships
for exercise
programs
offered at the
Senior Center.
For a complete listing of events, activities, classes and trips please pick up a “GO” catalog,
or view on line at www.ci.longmont.co.us/sen_ctr/index.htm
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Longmont Museum
400QuailRoad•LongmontCO80501
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
Special Exhibit Admission: $5 adults, $3 students/seniors (55+)
Discovery Days
Creative, hands-on, and sometimes messy art and craft
activities for ages 2-5 and a parent or caregiver. Themes
change each week.
Days: Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday
Times: 9-10:15am; 10:15-11:30 am, or 12:30–2pm
Dates: Ongoing* *no program Dec 20-31
Fee: $4 resident/ $4.50 non-resident
Director’s Walkthrough
Join Longmont Museum director Wesley Jessup on an
enlightening tour of the museum’s Street Cred graffti art
exhibition.
Days/Time: Every Tuesday through Jan 17, Noon
Admission: $5
Artists Speak!
Join us for an evening exploring what it’s like to be a
graffti writer along the Front Range. Interact with three
Colorado graffti artists in this panel discussion and learn
the difference between tags, throw-ups, and pieces.
Day/Time: Jan 12, Thurs, 7-8pm
Admission: $5
Coffee and Conversation
Enjoy an informal discussion about the art and artists
of Street Cred. Co-sponsored by the Longmont Senior
Center. Complimentary coffee and pastries.
Day/Time: Jan 13, Fri, 9:30-11am
Admission: $5
Creativity in All Senses
6-part series
Wednesdays, 7pm, at the Longmont Museum
$5 per program or $25 for the full series
January 18
Painting A Portrait
with John Taft and Cherie Nobilette
Two painters will discuss how painting
became the center of their lives and the forms
it has taken. Following their discussions, they
will each paint a portrait of a live model.
January 25
Theater
with Robert and Kim Bubon
The owners of the California Actors
Theatre in Longmont will explain how
one actually ‘puts up’ a theatrical
production, concluding with a partial
performance of the current California
Actors Theatre production.
February 1
Chamber Music
with Bronwyn Fraser
Observe professional musicians rehearse the Mozart
Quintet for clarinet and strings. The performers will discuss
the musical piece and how they approach “problems” in
different sections of the music.
February 8
Pianist, Conductor, Teacher
with Robert Spillman
For many years Robert Spillman was the
opera and music director at the Aspen
Music Festival and School. Also active as
an accompanist and coach, he has seen the
world of music from every view.

February 15
The World Of Poetry
with Colorado’s Poet Laureate David
Mason
Professor Mason teaches at Colorado
College in Colorado Springs. He will discuss
the life of a poet, the view it offers, and will
also perform poetry of his choice.
February 22
A Life Of Song
with Berton Coffn Professor
of Voice Julie Simson
An outstanding mezzo soprano and sought
after teacher and coach, Julie Simson will
have just fnished performing the role of
Marcellina in The Marriage of Figaro with
Opera Colorado.
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Winter/Spring Programs
Winter break KidzArt Studio Classes
Register for this KidzArt drawing class facilitated by local
art instructor, Patricia Mescher. Students will participate
in a 45-minute art class and leave with a fnished image of
a snowboarder. There is no fee for this event.
Grades 1-3: Dec 20, Tuesday, 1-1:45pm or 2-2:45pm
Grades 4-6: Dec 21, Wednesday, 1-1:45pm or 2-2:45pm
Location: Longmont Public Library, 409 4th Ave
Register: 303-651-8477
laura Ingalls Wilder birthday Tea Party
Celebrate Laura Ingalls Wilder’s birthday with us. Come
dressed in a period costume or your “Sunday” best!
Pioneer fun for all ages.
All Ages: Feb 5, Sat, 2-3pm
Location: Longmont Public Library, 409 4th Ave
Register: 303-651-8477
St. Patrick’s Day Family Fun
Music and storytelling with the kilted man, Matthew
Guernsey! Soda bread and Shamrock cookies included!
All Ages: Mar 15, Thurs, 7-8pm
Location: Longmont Public Library, 409 4th Ave
Register: 303-651-8477

DeAR Program
(Dogs Enjoy Afternoon Reading)
Children of all ages are invited to read to specially-
trained Reading Education Assistance Dogs in the Library
Meeting Rooms. No registration is required. Great
program for emergent readers and dog lovers!
Day/Time: Third Saturdays of the month, 1-2pm
bilingual Story Hour/
Hora de Cuentos
billingues
Stories in Spanish and English,
snacks and tea!
Day/Time: First Thursdays of
the month, 7:30-8pm
Math and Science
Tutoring!
Thirty-minute sessions of one-on-one
tutoring time for science and math help. This program is
free of charge and best suited for students in grades 3-8.
Day/Time: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30pm
Register: 303-65-8477
Check out our library Teen events at facebook.com/
longmontlibraryteens!
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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Facility Rentals—Plan Your event Today!
The City of Longmont Golf Courses have several facilities
and services that would be perfect for your next event.
Tournaments, fund raisers/benefits, class reunions,
family/work outings, receptions and more!
Call the course of your choice today for more information
regarding:
• UteCreek’sPatioorPavilion
• TwinPeaksRestaurantandPatio
• Sunset’sClubhouse
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
Senior Days
Each City golf course offers a special day just for Seniors!
Rates include green fee and golf cart.
Mondays at Twin Peaks 18 holes $23; 9 holes $14
Tuesdays at Sunset 18 holes $16; 9 holes $11
Wednesdays at Ute Creek 18 holes $29; 9 holes $17
Play Golf America
Get Golf Ready In 5 Days! All courses will be participating
in the Play Golf America’s Get Golf Ready in 5 Days
program. Visit the Golf Longmont website or call one of
the pro shops for more information.
Golf Instruction
Twin Peaks, Ute Creek, and Sunset golf courses offer a
variety of lessons. Please check with the pro shops for
more information on lessons and instruction.
Upcoming events
2012 Denver Golf Expo February 10, 11 & 12
Twin Peaks Invitational April 14 & 15
Ute Creek Invitational April 28 & 29
Men’s City Tournament July 13, 14 & 15
City Junior Tournament July 30, 31 & Aug 1
3 Great Courses, one extraordinary experience
Visit Golf Longmont’s web site at www.golflongmont.com for on line tee times, course information, rates, to sign up
for our weekly e-blasts, text messaging, 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
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
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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
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Parks Shelters
Permanent shelter structures at city
parks are available for rental through
Recreation Services. Alcohol park permits
are available. Please contact the City
Clerk’s Office at 303-651-8649 for more
information and application. Seasonal.
Contact: 303-651-8404
Cost is $35/day small shelter; $25/hr or
$200/day large Sandstone Shelter and
Roosevelt Pavilion.
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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.
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Longmont Public Library
409 4th Ave • 303-651-8795
Capacity: 12 to 90 people
Classroom and meeting space
Free -Only non-profit/educational usage.
Fire Station
Community Rooms
Fire station #3: 1000 Pace St
Fire station #4: 617 Barberry Dr
Contact: 303-651-8437
Classroom Space
Capacity (each room): 50
Cost is $80 for two hour rental,
non-profit 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.
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LONGMONT RECREATION SERVICES
All Recreation Services facilities offer during-hours
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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.

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