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Sunday January 26, 2020
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Baton Practices
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Basketball
 
Monday January 27, 2020
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    basketball
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Junior Oylympic Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Competitive Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
Tuesday January 28, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - January
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Tuesday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - January
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Wednesday January 29, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Wednesday Mornings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Pick-Up Basketball
 
Thursday January 30, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - January
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Zumba - Zumba - Winter
Zumba is a great way to learn moves and exercise to this high-energy, workout dance.  This class is for beginners as well as those who have taken Zumba previously. No experience is necessary as  your shown step-by-step instructions. Participants move at their own pace, take a break when you need to and push yourself when your full of energy. Exercise with an international flair moving to a variety of top hits and Latin music. Partners not required. sneakers required. Join the class, learn some moves and tone your body.
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - January
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM    Pick-Up Basketball
 
Friday January 31, 2020
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Birthday Rental
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Friday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    soccer
 
Saturday February 1, 2020
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Carter's 7th Birthday Party
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Indoor Field Hockey - Indoor Field Hockey Grades K-6
This clinic is designed for both our veteran players who are looking for some winter play and any new players who want to see how much fun field hockey can be. This program will involve games, scrimmages and possible opportunities to play in local indoor tournaments. We will teach both fundamentals including basic rules, proper grip and posture, ball and stick control, and passing and receiving for new players, and more advanced skills for the returning players via fun games. Players will be separated by age and skill appropriate peers with consideration for friends. Having fun is our goal!!! Players are asked to provide their own shin guards, and sneakers. Cage goggles are not required for indoor. Sticks will be provided. 
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Indoor Field Hockey - Indoor Field Hockey Grades 7-12
This clinic is designed for both our veteran players who are looking for some winter play and any new players who want to see how much fun field hockey can be. This program will involve games, scrimmages and possible opportunities to play in local indoor tournaments. We will teach both fundamentals including basic rules, proper grip and posture, ball and stick control, and passing and receiving for new players, and more advanced skills for the returning players via fun games. Players will be separated by age and skill appropriate peers with consideration for friends. Having fun is our goal!!! Players are asked to provide their own shin guards, and sneakers. Cage goggles are not required for indoor. Sticks will be provided. 
 
Sunday February 2, 2020
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Baton Practices
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Basketball
 
Monday February 3, 2020
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    basketball
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Junior Oylympic Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Competitive Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - M/W/F
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Tuesday February 4, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Tuesday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Wednesday February 5, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Wednesday Mornings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Safe@Home - Safe@Home
Safe@Home by Safe Sitter® is a program designed for students age 10-13 to prepare them to be safe when they are home alone. The program is designed to prepare students to care for themselves when parents are away for short periods of time. Safe@Home is a program that teaches students how to practice safe habits, how to prevent unsafe situations, and what to do when faced with dangers such as power failures or weather emergencies. Students will also review a basic first aid, injuries and illnesses.Safe@Home is ideal for students that have expressed interest in assuming the responsibility of staying home alone. This program will be held after school at Chestnut Hill Community School in room 207. Participants are required to have a note from home to stay after school and asked to bring a snack.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - M/W/F
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Thursday February 6, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Zumba - Zumba - Winter
Zumba is a great way to learn moves and exercise to this high-energy, workout dance.  This class is for beginners as well as those who have taken Zumba previously. No experience is necessary as  your shown step-by-step instructions. Participants move at their own pace, take a break when you need to and push yourself when your full of energy. Exercise with an international flair moving to a variety of top hits and Latin music. Partners not required. sneakers required. Join the class, learn some moves and tone your body.
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Friday February 7, 2020
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - M/W/F
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Friday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
Saturday February 8, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tai Chi - Tai Chi - Advanced Spring
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art used for centuries to relax the body and mind, improve balance and mental clarity, strengthen the body, increase stamina, decrease stress and enhance the overall quality of life.  It’s rhythmic movements establish a mind body connection that creates an overall sense of wellbeing similar to yoga.  It is good for people of all ages and physical levels.  It can be modified to suit the needs of an individual.  Tai Chi is a skill that will last a lifetime.
 
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Adults - Yoga - Saturday Morning - Session 3
In this popular class participants enjoy deep breathing, gentle movement and sensation-filled stretches.  Hatha yoga movements teaches awareness and appreciation of your own vitality. Yoga is known to result in increased mobility, higher levels of emotional contentment and mental quietude. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor easily. This class is a mix of beginners and experienced participants who move at their own pace.
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    derby
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tai Chi - Tai Chi - Beginner Spring
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art used for centuries to relax the body and mind, improve balance and mental clarity, strengthen the body, increase stamina, decrease stress and enhance the overall quality of life.  It’s rhythmic movements establish a mind body connection that creates an overall sense of wellbeing similar to yoga.  It is good for people of all ages and physical levels.  It can be modified to suit the needs of an individual.  Tai Chi is a skill that will last a lifetime.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM    party
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Indoor Field Hockey - Indoor Field Hockey Grades K-6
This clinic is designed for both our veteran players who are looking for some winter play and any new players who want to see how much fun field hockey can be. This program will involve games, scrimmages and possible opportunities to play in local indoor tournaments. We will teach both fundamentals including basic rules, proper grip and posture, ball and stick control, and passing and receiving for new players, and more advanced skills for the returning players via fun games. Players will be separated by age and skill appropriate peers with consideration for friends. Having fun is our goal!!! Players are asked to provide their own shin guards, and sneakers. Cage goggles are not required for indoor. Sticks will be provided. 
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Indoor Field Hockey - Indoor Field Hockey Grades 7-12
This clinic is designed for both our veteran players who are looking for some winter play and any new players who want to see how much fun field hockey can be. This program will involve games, scrimmages and possible opportunities to play in local indoor tournaments. We will teach both fundamentals including basic rules, proper grip and posture, ball and stick control, and passing and receiving for new players, and more advanced skills for the returning players via fun games. Players will be separated by age and skill appropriate peers with consideration for friends. Having fun is our goal!!! Players are asked to provide their own shin guards, and sneakers. Cage goggles are not required for indoor. Sticks will be provided. 
 
Sunday February 9, 2020
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Baton Practices
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Party
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Party - Vozzella
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Basketball
 
Monday February 10, 2020
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    basketball
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Junior Oylympic Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Competitive Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - M/W/F
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Tuesday February 11, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Tuesday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Wednesday February 12, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Adults - Yoga - Wednesday Morning - Session 3
In this popular class participants enjoy deep breathing, gentle movement and sensation-filled stretches.  Hatha yoga movements teaches awareness and appreciation of your own vitality. Yoga is known to result in increased mobility, higher levels of emotional contentment and mental quietude. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor easily. This class is a mix of beginners and experienced participants who move at their own pace.
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Wednesday Mornings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - M/W/F
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - M/W/F Swim Lessons - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Thursday February 13, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Zumba - Zumba - Winter
Zumba is a great way to learn moves and exercise to this high-energy, workout dance.  This class is for beginners as well as those who have taken Zumba previously. No experience is necessary as  your shown step-by-step instructions. Participants move at their own pace, take a break when you need to and push yourself when your full of energy. Exercise with an international flair moving to a variety of top hits and Latin music. Partners not required. sneakers required. Join the class, learn some moves and tone your body.
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Friday February 14, 2020
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Friday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
Saturday February 15, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tai Chi - Tai Chi - Advanced Spring
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art used for centuries to relax the body and mind, improve balance and mental clarity, strengthen the body, increase stamina, decrease stress and enhance the overall quality of life.  It’s rhythmic movements establish a mind body connection that creates an overall sense of wellbeing similar to yoga.  It is good for people of all ages and physical levels.  It can be modified to suit the needs of an individual.  Tai Chi is a skill that will last a lifetime.
 
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Adults - Yoga - Saturday Morning - Session 3
In this popular class participants enjoy deep breathing, gentle movement and sensation-filled stretches.  Hatha yoga movements teaches awareness and appreciation of your own vitality. Yoga is known to result in increased mobility, higher levels of emotional contentment and mental quietude. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor easily. This class is a mix of beginners and experienced participants who move at their own pace.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tai Chi - Tai Chi - Beginner Spring
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art used for centuries to relax the body and mind, improve balance and mental clarity, strengthen the body, increase stamina, decrease stress and enhance the overall quality of life.  It’s rhythmic movements establish a mind body connection that creates an overall sense of wellbeing similar to yoga.  It is good for people of all ages and physical levels.  It can be modified to suit the needs of an individual.  Tai Chi is a skill that will last a lifetime.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Birthday Party
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Birthday party
 
Sunday February 16, 2020
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Birthday Party - Litz
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Basketball
 
Monday February 17, 2020
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Tuesday February 18, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Baton Twirlers - Twirl Clinic
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Tuesday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Wednesday February 19, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Adults - Yoga - Wednesday Morning - Session 3
In this popular class participants enjoy deep breathing, gentle movement and sensation-filled stretches.  Hatha yoga movements teaches awareness and appreciation of your own vitality. Yoga is known to result in increased mobility, higher levels of emotional contentment and mental quietude. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor easily. This class is a mix of beginners and experienced participants who move at their own pace.
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Safe Sitter - Safe Sitter
Safe Sitter is a medically accurate, hands-on, one day class that teaches boys and girls how to handle emergencies when caring for children, what to do when a child chokes, safety for you the sitter, babysitting business skills, basic child care skills, diapering, and how to entertain children and keep them safe. *Participant must bring a lunch, snack and beverage with them.*Parents are encouraged to attend the last 15 minutes of class for a demonstration of what the students learned.
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Wednesday Mornings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Baton Twirlers - Twirl Clinic
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Thursday February 20, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Zumba - Zumba - Winter
Zumba is a great way to learn moves and exercise to this high-energy, workout dance.  This class is for beginners as well as those who have taken Zumba previously. No experience is necessary as  your shown step-by-step instructions. Participants move at their own pace, take a break when you need to and push yourself when your full of energy. Exercise with an international flair moving to a variety of top hits and Latin music. Partners not required. sneakers required. Join the class, learn some moves and tone your body.
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Friday February 21, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Day School
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Friday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
Saturday February 22, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Tai Chi - Tai Chi - Advanced Spring
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art used for centuries to relax the body and mind, improve balance and mental clarity, strengthen the body, increase stamina, decrease stress and enhance the overall quality of life.  It’s rhythmic movements establish a mind body connection that creates an overall sense of wellbeing similar to yoga.  It is good for people of all ages and physical levels.  It can be modified to suit the needs of an individual.  Tai Chi is a skill that will last a lifetime.
 
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Adults - Yoga - Saturday Morning - Session 3
In this popular class participants enjoy deep breathing, gentle movement and sensation-filled stretches.  Hatha yoga movements teaches awareness and appreciation of your own vitality. Yoga is known to result in increased mobility, higher levels of emotional contentment and mental quietude. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor easily. This class is a mix of beginners and experienced participants who move at their own pace.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 1
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Mommy/Daddy & Me Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning
This fun program is a wonderful way to bond with your baby/toddler and introduces basic water skills to help your child feel more comfortable in water.  Exposing your child to the water early allows them to progress quickly as they mature and develop physically. These lessons are enjoyable, stress-free, educational and a good source of exercise for children and parents.Lifeguards are always on the pool deck during swim classes and an instructor will be teaching the classes.  Children must wear a swim diaper and parents must accompany the child in the water.Class are held at the same time as group swim lessons.The class is limited to 10 participants and their parents.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tai Chi - Tai Chi - Beginner Spring
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art used for centuries to relax the body and mind, improve balance and mental clarity, strengthen the body, increase stamina, decrease stress and enhance the overall quality of life.  It’s rhythmic movements establish a mind body connection that creates an overall sense of wellbeing similar to yoga.  It is good for people of all ages and physical levels.  It can be modified to suit the needs of an individual.  Tai Chi is a skill that will last a lifetime.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 4
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
10:35 AM - 11:05 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 2
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 3
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM    American Red Cross Swim Lessons - Saturday Morning - Level 5
Our Learn to Swim Program provides a maximum learning environment for all participants. Swim Lesson Level DescriptionsLevel 1 - Water Exploration Children may not be excited about getting in the water, some maybe fearful others will separate easily from parents. Can follow directions but often need understanding and encouragement. Level 2 - Primary Skills Children are beyond “water adjustment”, they are comfortable in the water and may be swimming 4 or 5 feet without floatation. Will learn to reach & pull, put their face in the water, float and propel themselves through the water on their backs and stomachs. Level 3 – Stroke Readiness Children swim and float and are comfortable on top of and under water, they are ready to learn proper breathing technique (rotary breathing) and learn basic strokes such as front crawl, back crawl and begin elementary back stroke. Level 4 - Stroke Development Children are prepared to refine the basic skills they were taught in Level 3 and are introduced to more sophisticated skills such as breast stroke and standing dives.Level 5 - Stroke Refinement Children are ready to build up endurance and refine strokes and skills taught in level 4. They will learn skills such as Butterfly, flip-turns, and competitive starts.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Baby Shower
 
Sunday February 23, 2020
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Baton Practices
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    B-party
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    party
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Basketball
 
Monday February 24, 2020
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    basketball
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Junior Oylympic Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Baton Twirlers - Baton, Competitive Team - Session II
Intro to Twirling - This introduction to baton twirling is a great way for your kids to learn basic twirling skills, play games and have fun. This twirling session will help children with basic skills, develops eye hand coordination and learn tricks.    Junior Olympic Team - This competitive team will meet on Monday and Tuesday nights. These twirlers have expressed interest in competing at the Junior Olympics next summer. Twirlers will have opportunities to learn new tricks to strengthen their skills and will compete and perform. Competitive Team - This Monday evening class is for advanced twirlers to continue to learn tricks and strengthen their skills. At this level of twirling, there is the opportunity to perform and compete. Twirl Clinic - Learn some new tricks and play fun twirling games.  A Baton is needed and can be purchased from the instructor for a fee of $25.00 
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
Tuesday February 25, 2020
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Jujitsu Kids - Jujitsu, Kids - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month-to-month basis. Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. Instructor Safe Sport Act trained and certified and CPR certified.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Tuesday Evenings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Jujitsu Adults - Jujitsu, Adults - February
Shoshin Ryu Jujitsu blends traditional, Japanese martial arts practices with self-defense based perspectives and training ideologies. The goal is to develop an individual that will demonstrate kindness, compassion, discipline, and respect, as well as the ability to de-escalate dangerous and potentially dangerous situations.Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sign-ups running on a month to month basis.Every student receives individual attention in a safe and positive learning environment. 
 
Wednesday February 26, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM    Yoga - Adults - Yoga - Wednesday Morning - Session 3
In this popular class participants enjoy deep breathing, gentle movement and sensation-filled stretches.  Hatha yoga movements teaches awareness and appreciation of your own vitality. Yoga is known to result in increased mobility, higher levels of emotional contentment and mental quietude. Participants should be able to get up and down from the floor easily. This class is a mix of beginners and experienced participants who move at their own pace.
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickleball - Adults - Pickleball - Wednesday Mornings
Pickle ball is a paddle sport played on a badminton-sized court and can be described as a cross between tennis and ping-pong. It can be played as doubles or singles. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.  Sneakers are required. We will provide pickle ball paddles to beginners, returning participants are asked to provide their own paddle. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. 
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Organizational Use - US Swim Team Program