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2016 Summer Fall www.concordparksandrec.com www.facebook.comconcordparknrecdept Concord Parks Rec 2016 Summer Fall Page 2 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information BIRTHDAY BAGS Rental bags are available for childrens birthday parties. The fee is 21 per two day rental. Items we can include basketballs soccer frisbees and playground balls etc. 225-8690 to reserve a bag for your party. Looking for a Healthy Active Camp that provide the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity per day for your child. Look for this heart next to our camps that provide the recommended amount of physical activity per day. Our Camps Are... Kid Tested...Parent Approved TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE CONTENT 3 Summer Music 4th of July National Night Out 4 5 Park Information 6 the Waterfront 7 Beaver Meadow Golf Course 8 Tennis Lessons Water Country Six Flags CAMPS 9 Kids Kamp 10 Rec Camp Farm Camp 11 Teen Camp 12 13 Archery Tennis Camps 14 Soccer Camps 15 Lacrosse Field Hockey Golf Classes 16 ConcordTV Video Camps 17 SWIM 18 Swim Lessons 19 Swim Levels Splash Bashes Swim Teams 20 Pool Information FALL PROGRAM 21 Nature Babes Yoga 22 Toddler Open Gym 23 Kids Can Cook 24 Craft With Me Intro to Climbing Yoga. Teacher Appreciation Workshop 25 Red Sox Safe Sitter 27 NFL Flag Football Fall Soccer Field Hockey League 28 Pickleball 29 Senior Program NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS When you register for any of our programs dont wait by the phone or camp by your mailbox. The only time you will hear from us is If the class is full If the class is canceled If there is a change in date or time If you send a self-addressed stamped envelope REGISTER ONLINE ITS FAST EASY www.concordparksandrec.com. Register Online at www.concordparksandrec.com. to obtain your username and password before registering online. You must have registered at least once via the paper registration form before a usernamepassword can be issued. Visit our website at www.concordparksandrec.com and download the Registration and Scholarship Forms. Mail completed forms with payment to 14 Canterbury Rd. Concord NH 03301. Forms 8 - 430 p.m. You may also fax 225-8589 the completed forms with credit card information. Please Register Early - All classes camps and programs have limited space. Registrations are More information and registration forms starting on Page 30. CONCORD PARKS RECREATION DEPARTMENT June 13 - Aug. 19 Monday - Friday 730 am - 600 p.m. Phone 603-225-8690 Fax 603-225-8589 E-mail recreationconcordnh.gov www.facebook.comconcordparknrecdept Recreation Laura Bryant. . . . . Recreation Supervisor Kari Inglis . . . . . . Program Coordinator John Andersch. . . Recreation Assistant Terri Stevenson. . .Fiscal Tech III Chris Jacques. . . .Grounds Superintendent 603-230-3933 Sid Chase. . . . . . . Golf Course Manager 603-225-7033 603-229-8954 603-225-3911 PARKS RECREATION COMMITTEE Althea Barton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 3 Amelia Brock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 4 Open. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 5 Lauren Flieder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 7 Marilyn Fraser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 9 Mary Miller Chair . . . . . . . . . . . . Ward 10 . . . . . . . . . City Council Members Candace White Bouchard Gail Matson General Information 2016 Summer Fall Page 3 www.concordparksandrec.com MUSIC SERIES SUMMER IN THE CITY brought to you by Walker Lecture Fund Coca Cola and the Concord Parks and Recreation Department performances and are greatly appreciated. TUESDAY NIGHTS CONCERTS - NEVERS BAND Concerts begin at 700 p.m. DATE LOCATION June 14 Eagle Square June 21 Kiwanis Riverfront Park - Arena June 28 Presidential Oaks July 4 July 4 concert egins at 8 p.m. Rain July 12 Kiwanis Riverfront Park Arena July 19 Rolfe Park July 26 Keach Park August 2 Presidential Oaks Rain Location For Nevers Band South Congregational Church THURSDAY NIGHTS AT EAGLE SQUARE DOWNTOWN CONCORD 7 PM Thursday July 7 Thursday July 14 Club Soda Thursday July 21 - TBA Thursday July 28 - TBA Thursday August 11 Freese Brothers Big Band Thursday August 25 NH Army Band JULY 4th CELEBRATION Celebrate July 4th In Concord NH MORE INFORMATION ONLINE ON JUNE 1 www.concordparksandrec.com NATIONAL NIGHT OUT Join us for National Night Out. This National Night Out Against Crime is a community crime prevention program and part of the National Association of Town Watch Inc. This event is held nationwide to this years festivities which will include food prizes K9 demonstrations the Touch-A-Truck Program a zoo exhibit a rock climbing wall and much more. Celebration Time SAVE THE DATE ROLFE POOL GRAND REOPENING Thursday June 16 530 p.m. 2016 Summer Fall Page 4 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information ADOPT A SPOT Adopt a spot provides a unique opportunity for the business community and individual volunteers to play an active role beautifying the City of Concord through the adoption and sponsoring of a site. There are multiple spots up for adoption throughout the city. With a minimal commitment of periodic litter pick up mowing trimming weeding and planting at your site you can greatly contribute to keeping Concord a beautiful place to live and work. Recognition of your site adoption will be a sign posted at your site. our website at www.concordparksandrec.com. CITY AUDITORIUM THE AUDI The Concord City Auditorium is a beautiful historic theater owned and held in trust by the City of Concord. The Auditorium was built on the western side of City Hall in 1904 and recently restored with volunteer community support. The theater includes an elegant lobby space with turn of the century stained glass windows and furnishings. 524-535 guests including 9 wheelchair locations. There are 247 seats in the front balcony and 64 second balcony seats. The space is small orchestra pit. Backstage facilities include 9 dressing rooms and 3 restrooms. and business and civic organizations. The lobby is rented out in four-hour blocks. The space has no kitchen facilities but users may bring in refreshments to serve. the ballet. For a listing of performances for the 2016 season please visit www.theaudi.org. Please keep us in mind for your next performance dance recital lecture or meeting. For rental rates and information please go to www.concordnh.govaudi or call Terri Stevenson at 603-225-8690. RENT-A-COMMUNITY CENTER Five community centers East Concord Green Street Heights Gym the new Heights Community Center and West Street are available for a variety of uses including pick-up basketball volleyball games childrens East Concord Community Center Gym Heights Gym West Street Ward House Green Street Community Center Heights Community Center 18hour 36hour 18hour Canteen - 40hour Game Room - 40hour Gym - 72hour Auditorium - 75hr. Auditorium with stage- 100 hr. Meeting Rooms - 35hr. classrooms up to 40 people Non-Concord non-Penacook Resident fees are 10.00 more per hour for each facility. Community Centers Adopt A Spot Playground Basketball Tennis Trails Picnic Shelter Skate Board Park Picnic Tables O utdoorPool Track Little League Baseball SoftballSoccer Football Field Hockey Lacrosse Beaver Meadow Park Garrison Park Keach Park Kimball Park Kiwanis River Front Park Memorial Field Complex Merrill Park Reed Park River Front Park-Penacook Rolfe Park Rollins Park Russ Martin Park White Park Fletcher Murphy Pocket Park Spring Street Pocket Park Thompson Pocket Park West Street Pocket Park planning for the City of Concords Parks Cemeteries Beaver Meadow Golf Course and the scheduling of the City Auditorium. There are over 230 acres of parks 13 cemeteries comprised of 150 acres and the Beaver Meadow Golf Course an 18 hole golf course situated on 120 acres. TENNIS COURTS Concord has 20 tennis courts located at six City parks. Court time is free and open to the public except during tennis lessons and high school matches practices. Memorial Field 10 courts Rolfe Park 2 courts Beaver Meadow Park 3 courts Merrill Park 3 courts Rollins Park 1 court Keach Park 1 court White Park Rollins Park Rolfe Park Merrill Park Russ Martin Park Keach Park Reed Field Beaver Meadow Park Bicentennial Square Eagle Square Memorial Field Complex RENT-A-PARK available to rent for your event For more detailed information and rental costs please call John Andersch at 225-8690. Parks Available to Rent Park Information 2016 Summer Fall Page 6 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information Join us for our new summer youth basketball league held at White Park in courts in Concord. Monday nights will be reserved for boys and girls teams in grades 6 8 while Wednesday nights will be our High School Night for boys and girls teams in grade 9-12. We will follow high school rules and play 5 on 5 with a max ten players per team. Each game will be broken into two 18 running minute halves and will be held after 5 p.m. Each team will have one game per night. Each team must have an adult head coach. SUMMER BASKETBALL LEAGUES Summer Basketball W.O.W. Form a team for an exciting fun day of Dragon Boating on the Merrimack River All equipment provided lifejackets paddles boats A minimum of 3 races per team 1 practice in the days prior to the event 4th Annual www.concordwow.org DATES Mondays June 27 - August 8 No games July 4 GRADES 6 - 8 TIME 500 - 930 p.m. LOCATION White Park Basketball Court CODE BOYS Youth 219412-1 Coach 219512-1 CODE GIRLS Youth 219412-3 Coach 219512-3 COST 55 Resident 65 Non-Resident GRADES 9 - 12 DATES Wednesdays June 29 - August 3 GRADES 9 - 12 TIME 500 - 930 p.m. LOCATION White Park Basketball Court CODE BOYS Youth 219412-2 Coach 219512-2 CODE GIRLS Youth 219412-4 Coach 219512-4 COST 55 Resident 65 Non-Resident NEW 2016 Summer Fall Page 7 www.concordparksandrec.com The 19th Hole at Beaver Meadow Full Service Bar Restaurant Outdoor Patios Catering Available Open Breakfast Lunch and Dinner Banquet Facilities are open year round for events and catering. 228-5308 Beaver Meadow Golf Course PUBLIC WELCOME www.beavermeadowgolfcourse.com The Driving Range Large bucket 9 Small bucket 3 YOUTH SUMMER GOLF CLASSES SEE PAGE 15 CALL OUR PRO SHOP FOR 603-228-8954 Family T Program Available every Saturday and Sunday after 400 p.m. children 15 years old and younger can play for free with a paying adult. Each child must play with adult. Adults are encouraged to play from the purple tees with their child. 2016 Membership Information Senior Mon. - Fri. 775 1305 Up to 2 children included in membership 2200 Family Add On In excess of 2 children 325 Junior 325 Collegiate Rate 780 Twilight 875 Young Adult 19 - 29 900 Seniors are 60 years and older. our website. Weekly Specials price includes carts MondayTuesday - 2 Seniors 60 80 MondayTuesday after 1 p.m. E-CLUB Sign up for the E-Club to receive specials www.beavermeadowgolfcourse.com Get Golf Ready Clinics Adult Get Golf Ready 1 Clinics Level 1 will cover the basic principles and pre-swing fundamentals for each type of shot and how to use them on the course AGES 18 LOCATION Beaver Meadow Golf Course COST LADIES CO-ED DATE CODE TIME DATE CODE TIME Tuesdays June 7 - 28 440743-2 6 - 7 p.m. Tuesdays July 5 - 26 440743-7 6 - 7 p.m. Adult Golf Get Ready 2 Clinics Level 2 will focus on the rules etiquette and applying what you have learned in a real live golf setting AGES 18 LOCATION Beaver Meadow Golf Course COST LADIES CO-ED DATE CODE TIME DATE CODE TIME Thursdays July 7 - 28 440743-5 8 - 930 a.m. Thursdays June 9 - 30 440743-6 8 - 930 a.m. Tuesdays Aug. 2 - 23 440743-9 8 - 930 a.m. Thursdays Aug. 4 - 25 440743-8 430 - 6 p.m. INDOOR GOLF SIMULATORS May - September NEW FORMAT Beaver Meadow Golf Course YOUTH GOLF LESSONS Junior Intro Class AGES 7 - 13 TIME 4 - 5 p.m. COST Non-Resident DATE CODE Fridays June 3 - 24 440243-1 Fridays Aug. 5 - 26 440243-3 Price includes Beaver Meadow hat 2016 Summer Fall Page 8 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information England and Water Country tickets at reduced prices. All those wishing to participate in this money-saving chance must purchase tickets in person at the Heights Community Center. All checks must be made payable to NHRPA. Six Flags New England Agawam Massachusetts General Admission Gate Price 59.99 NHRPA Price 38 21.99 savings Water Country Portsmouth NH 48 inches taller Gate price 39.99 NHRPA price 33 6.99 savings WATER COUNTRY SIX FLAG TICKETS has again partnered with the United States Tennis Association to provide a variety of youth and adult learn to play programs. All participants need to bring their own tennis racket. Tennis balls are provided. If your child does not have a racquet let us know and we can provide them with one. For Beginners or Intermediates LEARN AND PLAY Learning and practicing proper mechanics is the main focus. Participants will practice hitting through controlled feeds and be introduced to match play. Rain location for all Youth Program lessons will be the Green St. Community Center Gym. COST 45 Resident 55 Non-Resident DAY SESSION 1 DATES June 20 - June 30 Mon.-Thurs. GRADES 1 - 5 TIME CODE 900 - 1015 a.m. 218115-1 500 - 615 p.m. 218115-2 LOCATION Merrill Park DAY SESSION 2 DATES July 18 - 28 Mon. - Thurs. GRADES 1 - 5 TIME CODE 900 - 1015 a.m. 218143-1 500 - 615 p.m. 218143-2 LOCATION Merrill Park DAY SESSION 3 DATES August 8 - 18 Mon. - Thurs. GRADES 1 - 5 TIME CODE 900 - 1015 a.m. 218114-1 500 - 615 p.m. 218114-2 LOCATION Merrill Park SUMMER TENNIS LEAGUE SESSION 1 AGES 16 DATE TIME CODE LEVEL Tuesdays June 14 - July 19 6 - 7 p.m. 118514-2 IntermAdv. Thursdays June 16 - July 21 6 - 7 p.m. 118514-3 IntermAdv. Thursdays June 16 - July 21 7 - 8 p.m. 118514-4 BegAdv. Begin. LOCATION Memorial Field COST 55 Resident 65 Non-Resident SESSION 2 AGES 16 DATE TIME CODE LEVEL Tuesdays July 26 - Aug. 30 6 - 7 p.m. 118514-5 IntermAdv. Thursdays July 28 - Sept. 1 6 - 7 p.m. 118514-8 IntermAdv. LOCATION Memorial Field COST 55 Resident 65 Non-Resident Play Tennis 2016 Summer Fall Page 9 www.concordparksandrec.com Kids Kamp KIDS KAMP - GRADES 1 2 We LOVE our Kids Kamp and your kids will too Kids Kamp provides the traditional favorites New this year Kids campers can look forward to at least one day trip away from the Heights Center per week We will visit other parks in the city as well as a few other fun destinations theme. This will leave room for more camper favorites and the day trips. ADDITIONAL CAMP FORMS must be completed and returned two weeks prior to the start of www.concordparksandrec.com in late May 2016. Swim lessons are included in each week of Kids Kamp KIDS KAMP GRADES 1 2 in September TIME charge LOCATION COST Resident 136 per week except Week 3 4 days 109 Non-Resident add 10 per week. WEEK DATES THEME CODE Week 1 June 20 - June 24 Pirates 240028-1 Week 2 June 27- July 1 Science 240028-2 Week 3 July 5 - July 8 4 days Holidays 240028-3 Week 4 July 11 - July 15 240028-4 Week 5 July 18 - July 22 Under the Sea 240028-5 Week 6 July 25 - July 29 Barnyard 240028-6 Week 7 August 1 - August 5 Carnival 240028-7 Week 8 August 8- August 12 Superheroes 240028-8 Our Camps Are... Kid Tested...Parent Approved 2016 Summer Fall Page 10 www.concordparksandrec.com General InformationRec Camp Farm Camp activities sure to generate lasting memories. Camp is limited to 30 campers per week and our There are a couple exciting new changes to the schedule this year. First the 2016 Rec Camp Community Center per week. Trips will include summer classics such as hiking lakes beaches and theme parks along with some new ideas. Secondly this year we will be having one very room for more camper favorites and our trips. ADDITIONAL CAMP FORMS must be completed and returned two weeks prior to the start of www.concordparksandrec.com in late May 2016. All eld trips leave at 9 a m sharp I your child misses the bus there is NO CAMP or them that day Please don t be late REC CAMP GRADES 35 in September TIME charge LOCATION COST Resident 131 per week EXCEPTIONS Week 3 4 days 105 Non-Resident add 10 per week. WEEK DATES THEME CODE Week 1 June 20 - June 24 Time Travel 240229-1 Week 2 June 27 - July 1 Science 240229-2 Week 3 July 5 - July 8 4 days Around the World 240229-3 Week 4 July 11 - July 15 Mystery Solvers 240229-4 Week 5 July 18 - July 22 Color Wars 240229-5 Week 6 July 25 - July 29 Survivalists 240229-6 Week 7 August 1 - August 5 Carnival 240229-7 Week 8 August 8- August 12 Mission Adventure 240229-8 FARM CAMP Campers will explore a 100 acre farm from a natural perspective the streams ponds pastures and woodlands. They will also learn about farm animal behavior and handling plus tend to an organic garden. Campers will be able to help harvest and sample fresh produce. and returns back at 100 p.m. MOO DATES July 11 - 15 AGES 7 - 9 years old TIME 8 1 p.m. LOCATION Gelinas Farm COST 215 Resident 225 Non-Resident CODE 247990-1 DATES August 15 - 19 AGES 1 - 12 years old TIME 8 1 p.m. LOCATION Gelinas Farm COST 215 Resident 225 Non-Resident CODE 247990-2 2016 Summer Fall Page 11 www.concordparksandrec.com Teen Adventure Camps SUMMER CAMP PAYMENT PLAN camp applied equally to each week of camp. start of that camp. Adventure Camp is back with exciting new trips and fantastic favorites Each week we will more This camp is designed to allow kids to go on an out-of-town escapade each day Monday through Thursday with Friday spent in town or used as a make-up date in the event safety. ADDITIONAL CAMP FORMS must be completed and returned two weeks prior to the start of www.concordparksandrec.com in late May 2016. NOTE All eld trips leave at 9 a m sharp I your child misses the bus there is NO CAMP or them that day ADVENTURE CAMP GRADES 6 8 in September TIME charge LOCATION COST Resident 164 per week Except Week 3 4 days 132 Non-Resident add 10 per week WEEK DATES CODE Week 1 June 20 - June 24 240427-1 Week 2 June 27 - July 1 240427-2 Week 3 July 5 - July 8 4 days 240427-3 Week 4 July 11 - July 15 240427-4 Week 5 July 18 - July 22 240427-5 Week 6 July 25 - July 29 240427-6 Week 7 August 1 - August 5 240427-7 Week 8 August 8- August 12 240427-8 in late May SCHOLARSHIPS to make arrangements for a fee reduction. Scholarships are not available to non-residents or for adult programs. Scholarships are available for most but not all youth programs campsprograms. following summer campsprograms Cooking Camp NFL Flag Football Farm Camp 2016 Summer Fall Page 12 www.concordparksandrec.com General InformationDance Track Camps ENCHANTED FAIRY TALE LIBRARY DANCE CAMP ENCHANTED LIBRARY DANCE CAMP DATES June 27 - July 1 AGES 3 5 TIME 9 a.m. 12 Noon LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 243302-1 and magic wands. This camp will explore books that inspire us to dance engage our imagination with crafts and will end the week with a showcase of all the things we explored during this week long half- day camp. SPIRIT WEEK DANCE CAMP Thursday and Fluorescent Friday. This camp will allow a novice dancer a chance to learn a variety of dance techniques while more experienced campers will be able to perfect their skills. SPIRIT WEEK DANCE CAMP DATES June 27 - July 1 GRADES 1 - 5 TIME 9 a.m. 12 Noon LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 243402-1 SPIRIT WEEK DANCE CAMP DATES July 11 - July 15 GRADES 1 - 5 TIME 9 a.m. 12 Noon LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 243402-2 Inspirations at 856-8545 directly to make arrangements. ONCE UPON A PRINCESS DANCE CAMP A Princess adventure awaits you in this week long camp Students will participate in a dance technique class craft class snack time and choreography workshop centered around our favorite princesses. A character clue and a reveal game will help Elsa Sophia Cinderella and other favorite princesses come alive. The week will include creative movement arts and crafts and a fun sing-a-long at the end of the week. PRINCESS DANCE CAMP DATES July 11 - July 15 AGES 3 - 6 TIME 9 a.m. 12 Noon LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 243302-2 TRACK FIELD CAMP camp. Camp is held rain or shine please bring lots of water snacks sunscreen and lunch daily. Camp is directed by Barb Higgins. TRACK FIELD CAMP DATES June 20 - June 24 GRADES 1 7 TIME 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. LOCATION Memorial Field COST 171 Resident 181 Non-Resident CODE 247215-1 JUNIOR TRACK FIELD CAMP age appropriate activities. This camp is designed to teach all students the many other sports. Camp is directed by Barb Higgins. JUNIOR TRACK FIELD CAMP DATES June 20 - June 24 AGES 5 - 6 not in 1st Grade TIME 8 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Memorial Field COST 62 Resident 72 Non-Resident CODE 247315-1 Dance Track Camps 2016 Summer Fall Page 13 www.concordparksandrec.com Tennis Archery Camps TENNIS CAMPS CAMP 1 BEGINNER This camp is for the beginner who has had little or no tennis instruction. Campers will learn the rules of the game proper racquet grip front and back stroke and how to serve the ball. Instruction provided by the Citys tennis coaches. DATES July 11 - July 15 GRADES 3 - 5 TIME 9 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Memorial Field Tennis Courts Rain location Green St. Community Center COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 246115-1 CAMP 2 INTERMEDIATEADVANCED match play to help every camper excel. For campers who have at least 1 to 2 years experience. Instruction provided by the Citys tennis coaches. DATES July 11 - July 15 GRADES 6 - 9 TIME 1 - 4 p.m. LOCATION Memorial Field Tennis Courts Rain location Green St. Community Center COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 246115-2 All participants need to bring their own tennis racket. If your child does not have a racquet let us know and we can provide them with provided. GRAND SLAM TENNIS CAMP GRAND SLAM TENNIS CAMP Our goal is to have our tennis camp participants improve their tennis skills and have fun in the process. Players will be taught the fundamentals of serving and hitting as well as the rules of the game. The Citys tennis coaches will provide instruction. DATES August 1 - August 5 GRADES 3 - 6 TIME 9 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Merrill Park Tennis Courts COST 128 Resident 138 Non-Resident CODE 246114-1 ARCHERY CAMP ARCHERY CAMP Students will be taught how the bow functions bow and arrow safety Outdoor Tournament shooting. DATES July 18 - 22 AGES 1 - 14 years old TIME 9 - 11 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center Auditorium COST 175 Resident 185 Non-Resident CODE 248230-1 Association and National Field Archery Association. All Equipment Provided. Tennis Archery 2016 Summer Fall Page 14 www.concordparksandrec.com General InformationSoccer Camps British Challenger a leader in New Englands youth soccer instruction will be our soccer camp provider this summer. British Challenger camps provide young players with the opportunity to learn the game from some of the best young United Kingdom coaches. Camps will cover individual foot skills and provide tactical practices small sided games coached scrimmages and tournaments. Coaches work with players to elevate their level of play while advocating good sportsmanship respect for others and self discipline. Training camps will receive a soccer ball and t-shirt. Campers in First Kicks will receive a soccer ball. Soccer Camps are held rain or shine and the rain location is the Heights Community Gym HOST A COACH British Challenger hires professional coaches from the United Kingdom to work at our summer soccer camps. We international coaches during their stay in Concord. In addition to the fun of hosting a coach from the United Kingdom you will receive a refund of 80 directly from British Challenger after the camp is completed. If you would like to apply please contact Rich Lamoury at 401-213-3161 or e-mail him at rlamourychallengersports.com. FIRST KICKS Young players are introduced to game basics through fundamental days. Parents are encouraged to join in the fun. DATES July 18 - July 22 AGES 2 - 3 and a parentguardian TIME 530 - 630 p.m. LOCATION Keach Park COST 75 Resident 85 Non-Resident CODE 245014-1 MINI SOCCER Fun games competitions and skill-building activities are designed to enlighten and develop budding players. DATES July 11 - July 15 CODE 244913-1 DATES July 25 - July 29 CODE 244913-2 AGES 4 - 6 not in 1st Grade TIME 530 - 700 p.m. LOCATION Keach Park COST 80 Resident 90 Non-Resident MIDDLE SCHOOL TRAINING CAMP This camp is for the more advanced soccer player. Players will have the opportunity to work on all aspects of their game in preparation for the fall soccer season. DATES July 25 - July 29 GRADES 6 - 9 TIME 830 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Keach Park COST 125 Resident 135 Non-Resident CODE 245013-1 HALF DAY SOCCER Emphasis is placed on skill development and mastery of core techniques through individual and small group practices as well as coached games. This all action camp is our most popular program. DATES July 11 - July 15 CODE 245213-1 DATES July 18 - July 22 CODE 245213-2 GRADES 1 - 6 TIME 830 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Keach Park COST 125 Resident 135 Non-Resident FULL DAY SOCCER game-related techniques tactical development and coached match play. DATES July 25 - July 29 GRADES 1 - 6 TIME 830 a.m. - 4 p.m. LOCATION Keach Park COST 170 Resident 180 Non-Resident CODE 245113-1 www.concordparksandrec.com FIELD HOCKEY CAMP BEGINNERINTERMEDIATE Our Field Hockey Camp provides young athletes the excellent instruction and healthy competition. Instructors will will be Kim Kenney and Kate Letendre. DATESTIME August 1 - 5 5 - 8 p.m. GRADES 3 - 9 LOCATION Keach Park Rain Location Heights Gym COST 92 Resident 102 Non-Res BEGINNER CODE 243513-1 INTERMEDIATE CODE 243513-2 More GREAT Sports PHIL DAVIS GOLF ACADEMY GOLF CLASSES LACROSSE CAMP LACROSSE CAMP summer under the direction of Merrimack Valley Varsity Lacrosse cradling catching and more. All equipment is provided however if you have your own stick please bring it with you. Campers should bring a snack sunscreen and water bottle everyday. DATES June 27 - July 1 GRADES 3 - 9 TIME 9 - 12 p.m. Late pick up 1230 p.m. LOCATION Rollins Park Rain Location Green St. Gym. COST 100 Residents 110 Non-Res CODE 244755-1 Advanced Junior Classes DATES July 5 - 7 Tuesday - Thursday AGES 13 - 16 TIME 1000 - 200 p.m. COST CODE 440343-1 All campers will receive a camp shirt . Junior Co-Ed Classes AGES 7 - 13 TIME 10 - 2 p.m. LOCATION Beaver Meadow Golf Course COST DATE Tues. - Thurs. CODE August 16 - 18 440343-2 August 23 - 25 440343-3 All campers will receive a camp shirt Girls Only Golf Classes DATES July 12 - 14 Tuesday - Thursday AGES 7 13 LOCATION Beaver Meadow Golf Course TIME 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. COST golf shirt CODE 440143-6 All campers will receive a camp shirt These classes teach children 7 - 13 the basic fundamentals and etiquette of golf. Children will learn the proper stance and swing techniques and the proper grip. Basic fundamentals for chipping and putting will also be covered. Participants will learn the basics rules of golf and sportsmanship. No prior experience Professional. Equipment will be supplied if needed. 2016 Summer Fall Page 16 www.concordparksandrec.com General InformationVideo Camps ADVANCED VIDEO CAMP Campers return to continue building their skills in the exciting such as a Go-Pro camera while continuing to improve skills that were covered in the Beginner camp. Prerequisite Intro Video Camp DATES August 8 - 12 AGES 9 - 14 TIME 1230 - 5 p.m. LOCATION Concord High School - ConcordTV Studio COST 110 Resident 120 Non-Resident CODE 242932-1 FILMMAKING CAMP on how campers will storyboard their ideas take on crew roles and then use ConcordTV video equipment to make their ideas a reality DATES August 15 - 19 AGES 9 - 14 TIME 1230 - 5 p.m. LOCATION Concord High School - ConcordTV Studio COST 135 Resident 145 Non-Resident CODE 242938-1 CONCORDTV VIDEO CAMPS BEGINNER VIDEO CAMP Campers will be introduced to the basic concepts of video production and will have opportunity to create their own videos studio shows greenscreening hosting a studio show creating storyboards learning stop-motion animation and much more DATES July 11 - 15 CODE 242832-1 DATES July 18 - 22 CODE 242832-2 AGES 9 - 14 TIME 1230 - 5 p.m. LOCATION Concord High School - ConcordTV Studio COST 100 Resident 110 Non-Resident NEW LOCATION ConcordTV camps will be held at the ConcordTV studio at Concord High School. 2016 Summer Fall Page 17 www.concordparksandrec.com Summer Camps COOKING CAMP No cooking dinner for mom and dad all week long Each day campers will prepare a meal to bring home for that evening. Participants will also learn some tips on how to stay healthy by eating right and to how to choose foods wisely. The menu will be comprised of local fresh ingredients. Participants will be using knives in their preparations. DATE August 15 - 18 Monday - Thursday AGES 9 - 13 TIME 900 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 160 Resident 170 Non-Resident CODE 249031-2 Participants should bring water and snacks daily. LEGO CAMPS MINE CRAFT BUILD USING LEGO Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGOs Build engineer-designed projects such as a motorized Creeper a portal to the Nether and a moving Minecraft Create your favorite Minecraft objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Whether you are new to Minecraft and creative possibilities. DATES August 8 -12 AGES 5 - 6 TIME 9 a.m. 12 Noon LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 175 Resident 185 Non-Resident CODE 248025-1 MINE CRAFT BUILD USING LEGO Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO Build a motorized walking Creeper a terrifying Ghast and a motorized Minecart This project-based camp designed by Play-Well instructors combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics engineering and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. DATES August 8 - 12 AGES 7 11 TIME 1 4 p.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center. COST 175 Resident 185 Non-Resident CODE 248025-2 SWIM CAMP educational and fun camp experience. Swimmers who attend our camps will participate in swimmer exercises drills and games that entail a combination of mental technical and physical training. We will have a camp-wide swim meet on the last day of camp to end the week in a fun way DATE July 25 - 29 GRADES 1 - 4 TIME 900 a.m. - 12 Noon LOCATION Kimball Pool COST 160 Resident 170 Non-Resident CODE 222552-1 goggles. NEW 2016 Summer Fall Page 18 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information GROUP SWIM LESSON Please remember to write in the session number 1 2 3 or 4 on the registration form next to the code number. For example If you choose Level 4 at Merrill Pool for Session 2 July 5 - July 14 you would write down the pool code 220953 and then the section number 2 220953-2 on the registration form. All Classes have limited space. Classes are held rain or shine. Swim Lessons EVENING GROUP LESSONS DAYTIME Sessions 1 - 4 Monday - Thursday 530 - 600 p.m. COST 30 Residents 40 Non-Residents POOL Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 ROLFE Level 3 221054-1 Level 4 221154-2 Pre-School 221254-3 Level 2 221354-4 MERRILL Pre-School 221053-1 Pre-School 221153-2 Level 2 221253-3 Pre-School 221353-4 ROLLINS Level 4 221255-1 Level 3 221355-2 Level 3 221455-3 Level 5 6 221555-4 HEIGHTS Pre-School 220950-1 Level 2 221050-2 Level 4 221150-3 Level 1 221250-4 SESSION 1 June 20 - June 30 Registration deadline June 15 SESSION 2 July 5 - July 14 Registration deadline June 29 SESSION 3 July 18 - July 28 Registration deadline July 13 SESSION 4 Aug. 1 - Aug. 11 Registration deadline July 27 GROUP LESSONS DAYS Monday - Thursday COST 30 Residents 40 Non-Residents TIME Merrill Rollins Rol e Garrison Heights 83 am Level 4 220953 Level 56 221155 Level 3 220854 Level 1 270558 Level 2 270551 9 am Pre-School 220553 Level 4 220955 Level 2 220754 Level 3 270958 Pre-School 270651 93 am Splash Tots 220253 Level 1 220655 Level 4 220954 Level 2 270658 Level 1 270751 1 am Level 2 220753 Level 2 220556 Pre-School 220554 Splash Tots 270758 Level 3 270851 1 3 am Level 3 220853 Level 3 220855 Level 2 220544 Pre-School 270858 Splash Tots 270951 11 am Level 1 220653 Pre-School 220555 Splash Tots 220254 Level 1 270888 Pre-School 270952 FREE Swim Lesson Registration Each ConcordPenacook child in the household is entitled to one free Registration opens May 11th Must register in person or via mail for free lesson only. Registration will remain open all summer or until all lessons are full One free 2 week 8 classes per child Parent Expectations Arrive 10 minutes early to be sure your child is ready for lessons Attend all 8 classes in a session General Information 2016 Summer Fall Page 19 www.concordparksandrec.com LESSONS Welcome to our Pool School aka Swim Lessons. Lessons are based on learning the fundamentals of swimming while having a fun experience. We ask that all children arrive on time and are ready to swim at the beginning of class. All classes have a max of 8 students. Splash Tots Ages 6 months to 3 years There are no prerequisites for Splash Tots. Lessons include learning to ask permission for help into water feeling comfortable in the water and exploring buoyancy on front and back. Parent or caregiver must accompany child into the water and participate in each class. Preschool Ages 3-5 years There are no prerequisites for the Preschool level. Lessons include entering water using ladder side or Learn To Swim Classes Level 1 Ages 5 Prerequisite success ully demonstrate the exit skills required or Preschool level. Lessons include treading water front and back glides combined arm and leg actions on front and back. . Level 2 Ages 6 Prerequisite success ully demonstrate the exit skills required or Level 1 action and open eyes under water and retrieve submerged objects. Level 3 Ages 6 Prerequisite success ully demonstrate the certi cation requirements or level 2 Lessons include rotary elementary backstroke. Level 4 Ages 6 Prerequisite success ully demonstrate the certi cation requirements or level 3 Lessons include swimming Level 5 Ages 6 Prerequisite success ully demonstrate the certi cation requirements or level 4 Lessons include tuck and pike swimming. Level 6 Ages 6 Prerequisite success ully demonstrate the certi cation requirements or level 5 Lessons include front crawl 100 yards back crawl 100 yards breaststroke 50 yards sidestroke 50 yards and turns while swimming. NEIGHBORHOOD SWIM TEAMS Swim teams are for youths 8 -14 years o age. Participants have the opportunity to learn the basics of competitive swimming in a fun atmosphere. Swim teams provide an opportunity for swimmers to compete in a City Wide Swim Meet on Friday August 5 at 900 a.m. at Rollins Pool. Interested youth are required to swim at Level 3 or higher and must be able to swim 75 feet without assistance. Swim teams are coached by our Water Safety Instructors. Registration is required by Thursday June 30th. DATES AGES 8-14 COST 6 Resident 16 Non-Resident POOL Garrison Heights Kimball Merrill Rol e Rollins CODE 222158-1 222150-1 222152-1 222153-1 222154-1 222155-1 TEDDY BEAR PICNIC For all the bears that ever there was are gathered here together because todays the day the teddy bears have their picnic. There will be music juice and Teddy Grahams. Children should bring their teddy bear friends along for a parade 3.00 entry fee required. No charge for parents AGES POOL DATETIME 3 - 6 yrs old White Wednesday July 13 530 - 7 p.m. RENT-A-POOL All City swimming pools including White Park Pool are available for rent Saturday or Sunday mornings for childrens birthday parties neighborhood parties or other family gatherings. The rental rate is 1 3 which includes two lifeguards and use of the rest rooms and pool area from 1 am - noon Full payment is due when your reservation is made. No rain dates scheduled. MIDDLE SCHOOL SPLASHDOWN PARTY Rollins Pool There will be water contests dance contests and prizes. No pre-registration is necessary. Popcorn and soda will be sold. This event is supervised by City lifeguards. Limited to 100 children. 3.00 per person entry fee required. GRADES POOL DATETIME 6 - 8 Rollins Monday June 20 6 - 730 p.m. Pool Information Swim Lessons 2016 Summer Fall Page 20 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information POOL REGULATIONS 1. ParentsGuardians are responsible for watching their children at 2. It is recommended that all non-swimmers and children eight years old and younger wear a lifejacket at all times. The City of Concord requires that lifejacket to be a Coast Guard Approved Class 3 lifejacket or better 32 or 1 3. No one is permitted in the pool at any time unless a Lifeguard is on duty. 4. Throwing debris refuse or any foreign matter in any pool is prohibited. 5. Any unruly action such as dunking pushing or spitting in the pool is prohibited. 6. accompanied by an adult over 16 yrs of age. 7. 8. Prohibited from the pool and pool area are soaps and cleaning agents of any kind. Also prohibited are animals domestic and wild glass containers tobacco and alcohol. Smoking is not allowed in the pool area. 9. All persons admitted in the pool are subject to inspection by the Lifeguard for open cuts and sores and may be denied entrance for health reasons by the Lifeguard. 10. All swimmers must wear a regular swimsuit at all times and showers must be taken before entering the pool. 11. Anyone distracting or interfering with the Lifeguard on duty disobeying instructions of any of the above listed regulations will be subject to criminal penalty under the Law Chapter 5 Revised Ordinances City of Concord. 12.Children who are not completely toilet trained must wear Swimmers. 13.Lifeguards are authorized to expel any person from the pool premises for violation of any Pool Regulation or for just cause. The violator is subject to prosecution under the law. Any person expelled from the pool must leave the park immediately. PARENTGUARDIAN EXPECTATIONS When using the City of Concord Pools please remember the following Please actively supervise your children. Lifeguards are on duty to enforce rules and regulations and to respond to emergencies. Ultimately parents and guardians are responsible for their children. All life jackets worn by children in City pools must be at least a Type 1 2 or 3 Coast Guard approved lifejacket. Please keep children within arms reach when they are in the water. Limit the use of electronic devices including cell phones. Review pool rules with your children. Make sure children use the showers before entering the pool. Apply sun block often to your children and yourself. We appreciate you taking time to review these expectations and look forward to a fun and safe summer at the pools. POOL PASSES Concord Penacook Residents No charge for use of city pools. Pool passes are not required for ConcordPenacook residents. However residency checks will be conducted daily throughout the to the pools. Non-Resident Families Cost o a Non-Resident pool pass is 113 per amily The pool pass is good at all pools Pool Guest Policy Residents and Non-Residents may bring guests to the pool. Guests are allowed on a 1 to 1 ratio for ages 10 and older. i.e. each person over 10 years old may bring one guest. HOURS OF OPERATION Regular pool hours begin Saturday June 18. Pools close for the season Friday Aug. 12 400 p.m. Rolfe Kimball Merrill Heights Garrison Pools Monday - Friday 1230- 430 p.m. and 600- 730 p.m. Rollins Pool Monday Friday 830 a.m. - 12 p.m. closed-swim lessons 1230 430 p.m. Public Swim 515 6 p.m. Adult Lap Swim age 16 530 6 p.m. Youth Swim Lessons 6 730 p.m. Public Swim Saturday Sunday 1230 430 p.m. Public Swim White Park Pool Monday Friday Saturday Sunday from 1230 430 p.m. Pool Hours Rules General Information 2016 Summer Fall Page 21 www.concordparksandrec.com ALL LEVELS YOGA All Levels Yoga is a 60 minute class that includes a variety of yoga postures as well as breathing and relaxation techniques. It is designed for any ability level but a basic understanding of yoga is helpful. GENTLE YOGA Gentle Yoga is a 60 minute class designed for students that prefer a slower paced easier yoga class. Gentle Yoga will include breathing and relaxation techniques as well as both standing and seated Beginner Yoga series or have a basic understanding of yoga postures. BEGINNER YOGA DATES Tuesdays June 28 - August 9 7 weeks AGES 16 TIME 930 - 1030 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 49 Residents 59 Non-Resident CODE 262703-1 Adult Programs NATURE BABES DATES Thursday September 8 - October 13 AGES 6 weeks and up TIME 1030 - 1130 a.m. LOCATION Multiple Locations COST 50 Residents 60 Non-Resident CODE 231700-1 NATURE BABES Join Erin a.k.a. Mama Girzone and explore the local trails this fall with your little one in a frontback carrier. Get to know other mothers and fathers as you enjoy the colorful foliage and some series are endless fresh air parent and baby bonding time new friendships and last but certainly not least exercise GENTLE YOGA - SUMMER DATES Tuesdays June 28 - August 9 7 weeks AGES 16 TIME 1100 - 1200 p.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 49 Residents 59 Non-Residents CODE 262806-2 GENTLE YOGA - FALL DATES Tuesdays September 6 - October 11 6 weeks AGES 18 TIME 1100 - 1200 p.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 42 Residents 52 Non-Residents CODE 262806-1 2016 Summer Fall Page 22 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information SPORTIES FOR SHORTIES BALLET AND TAP Giggles wiggles and fun This beginning ballet and tap combination class will assist your preschooler in developing rhythm and coordination DATES Wednesdays September 14 - October 19 Saturdays September 10 - Oct. 22No class Oct. 8 LOCATION New Heights Community Center COST 40 Resident 50 Non-Resident BALLET TAP INSPIRED KIDS AGES 2 must be 2 prior to start of the class DAY TIME CODE Saturday 900 a.m. 930 a.m. 260202-1 BALLET TAP DAZZLING DANCERS AGES DAY TIME CODE 2 - 3 Wednesday 1100 1130 a.m. 260102-1 3 Saturday 940 1010 a.m. 260302-1 BALLET TAP SHINING STARS AGES 4 - 5 DAY TIME CODE Wednesday 1140 1210 p.m. 260402-2 Saturday 1020 - 1050 a.m. 260402-1 TODDLER OPEN GYM Tuesday mornings at Toddler Open Gym. Children ages 18 months -- 3 years old will have the opportunity to participate in open play. Activities include relay races ball pit obstacle courses and much more Parents are encouraged to participate with their child. All participants should wear comfortable clothes and sneakers with non-marking soles. TODDLER OPEN GYM DATES Tuesdays September 20 - October 25 AGES 18 36 months TIME 930 1015 a.m. LOCATION Green St. Community Center Gym COST 15 Residents 25 Non-Residents CODE 261604-1 MINI KICKERS SOCCER MINI KICKERS Mini Kickers provides an innovative approach to learning that allows children to explore and learn in a relaxed environment. The curriculum promotes social physical and emotional development through the medium of soccer. This high energy program enhances motor skill development by introducing your child to speed agility balance and coordination. Each completion. DATE Wednesdays Sept. 7- Oct. 12 LOCATION Keach Park Rain Location Heights Community Ctr. Gym COST Resident 75 Non-Resident 85 AGES TIME CODE 2 - 3 930 - 1030 a.m. 211613-1 4 - 5 1030 - 1130 a.m. 211613-2 PARENTTODDLER YOGA DATE Tuesdays September 6 - October 11 AGES 3 - 5 yrs old TIME 1000 - 1030 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 15 Residents 25 Non-Resident CODE 262723-1 PARENTTODDLER YOGA keeping it fun for the whole family. Ages 3 - 5 are welcome with their grown ups in this 30 minute class. Through playful poses animated breathing techniques and imaginative relaxation techniques this class provides a space for children and their grown ups to stretch and relax. This exciting class includes fun group games and basic sport skills. Each week will feature a new sport that will help your young pre-schooler develop kicking running throwing catching and social interaction skills. All classes are limited to 12 participants. Sessions are 6 weeks. Participants should wear sneakers with non-marking light colored soles. SPORTIES FOR SHORTIES AGES 3 5 - 5 yrs old TIME 200 - 245 p.m. LOCATION Green St. Community Ctr. Gym COST 25 Residents 35 Non-Resident DATE CODE Wed Sept. 14 - Oct. 19 317704-1 317704-2 Pre-School Sports General Information 2016 Summer Fall Page 23 www.concordparksandrec.com FALL ARCHERY CLASSES the National Archery Association NAA and National Field Archery Association NFAA. All equipment is provided. AGES 6 and up LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 58 Resident Youth 68 Non-Resident Youth 79 Resident Adult 89 Non-Resident Adult ARCHERY BEGINNER DATES Sept. 9 - Oct. 21 no class Oct. 7 DAYS Fridays TIME 530 630 p.m. CODE 215030-1 Youth 215130-1 Adult ARCHERY BEGINNER DATES Sept. 10 - Oct. 22 no class Oct. 8 DAYS Saturdays TIME 1 2 p.m. CODE 215630-1 Youth 215730-1 Adult ARCHERY 2 3 DATES Sept. 10 - Oct. 22 no class Oct. 8 DAYS Saturdays TIME 215 315 p.m. CODE 215830-1 Youth 215390-1 Adult ARCHERY 3 DATES Sept. 9 - Oct. 21 no class Oct. 7 DAYS Fridays TIME 730 830 p.m. CODE 215430-1 Youth 215530-1 Adult TAE KWON DO a 7th degree black belt from NH Kicks Taekwondo Family Fitness. last class students will participate in a board breaking ceremony. Adult age is considered to be 18 years of age and older. DATES Saturdays Sept. 10 - Oct. 22 No class Oct. 8 AGES 5 - Adult TIME 10 - 11 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community center Children 60 Residents 70 Non-Resident Adults 18 80 Residents 90 Non-Residents CODE 219730-1 Youth 219730-2 Adult COST KIDS CAN COOK Join us Saturday mornings for some fun healthy cooking Your kids will learn the secrets to cooking a healthy meal. Participants will use locally grown foods in their cooking. Each day a healthy lunch will be prepared by our young chefs-to-be for them to enjoy. Note Participants will be using knives in their preparations DATES Saturdays October 8 - October 29 4 classes AGES 8 - 13 TIME 1000 - 1200 p.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 160 Resident 170 Non-Resident CODE 251728-1 If your little kiddo loves helping out in the kitchen then and an instructor children will make edible kitchen creations will also be on hand so that parents and children can share their snacks with friends and family. AGES 3 - 6 not in 1st Grade TIME 1000 - 1100 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 50 Residents 60 Non-Resident DATE CODE Fridays Oct. 7 - Oct. 28 351820-1 Tuesdays Nov. 8 - Nov. 29 351820-2 Archery Cooking Tae Kwon Do 2016 Summer Fall Page 24 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information TEACHER APPRECIATION GIFT WORKSHOP DATE Saturday May 21 2016 GRADES 1 - 5 TIME 1000 - 1130 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 10 Residents 15 Non-Resident CODE 150100-1 TEACHER APPRECIATION GIFT WORKSHOP beyond for their students. Let them know how much you appreciate what they have done by having your child make and give them an end-of-the-school-year-gift. Youth Art Exercise CRAFT WITH ME Let your little one indulge in paint glitter and glue without you areas such as painting drawing and cutting. With the help of a guardian children will discover how to use their creativity in an artistic setting. An adult must be present at the time of the class. CRAFT WITH ME DATE Tuesdays September 13 - October 18 AGES 3 - 6 TIME 1000 - 1045 a.m. LOCATION Heights Community Center COST 35 Residents 45 Non-Resident CODE 250709-1 KID YOGA DATES Wednesdays September 7 - October 12 AGES 6 - 1 TIME 430 - 500 p.m. LOCATION New Heights Community Center COST 25 Residents 35 Non-Resident CODE 262707-1 KID YOGA Kids Yoga is a dynamic 30-minute class where children will learn yoga poses apply those poses to games and activities. This time for stillness and everything in between YOUTH INTRO TO CLIMBING climbing gear as well as belaying. They will work their way up to intermediate movement techniques. Additionally as the session progresses climbers will learn bouldering slacklining and speed climbing Evolution Rock provides a learning to climb. YOUTH INTRO TO CLIMBING DATES Saturdays Sept. 10 - Oct. 22 no class Oct. 8 GRADES 1 - 8 TIME 9 - 10 a.m. LOCATION Evolution Rock COST 60 Resident 70 Non-Resident CODE 314099-1 General Information www.concordparksandrec.com SAFE SITTER When people hear babysitting training what generally comes to mind Many immediately think of diaper changing bottle feeding and keeping kids entertained. These infant and child caring tasks are important however a well-rounded youth development program such a Safe Sitter focuses on so much more. SAFE SITTER AGES 11 - 14 yrs old COST 50 Resident 60 Non-Resident SESSION 1 DAYS WednesdayThursday DATES October 12 13 19 20 TIME 5 - 7 p.m. CODE 350026-1 SESSION 2 DAYS WednesdayThursday DATES November 2 3 9 10 TIME 5 - 7 p.m. CODE 350026-2 NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS When you register for any of our programs dont wait by the phone or camp by your mailbox. The only time you will hear from us is If the class is full If the class is canceled If there is a change in date or time ADULT NOON OPEN GYM Must be 18 years or older. Tuesday and Thursday at the Green Street Community Center from 12 noon - 130 p.m. COST 3visit or 75 for a 25 visit pass. ADULT REC CLUB This is a social opportunity for adults and young adults. The Club is open to all residents age 18 and older. The program coordinator plans a variety of activities utilizing the resources of the community and special activities in the community. Participants are given the opportunity to socialize learn new skills and enjoy familiar activities in a non-competitive recreational atmosphere. Board games card games use of the gym music and art projects are some of the activities. The Club usually meets on Thursdays from 630 - 830 p.m. hours and location may vary during the summer. BOSTON RED SOX TRIP Travel by bus for a day of Boston Red Sox baseball The fee covers admission to the game and school bus transportation. Limit 6 tickets per person. We have a limited number of tickets and these trips sell out early. The bus will leave from the Heights Community Center parking lot at 100 p.m. and will return immediately after the game. All Participants must ride on the bus.. Participants restricted to ages 4 and older. e BOSTON RED SOX VS TORONTO BLUE AYS DATE June 4 2016 GAME TIME 405 p.m. COST 80 Resident 90 Non-Resident 65 CODE 231190-1 SEATS Right Field Grandstand More FUN 2016 Summer Fall Page 26 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information NFL FLAG FOOTBALL VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE Volunteer Coaches Needed Volunteers are the backbone of our sports programs. Because of our solid volunteer base our programs succeed. Please consider dedicating some of your time to the children of our community by helping them to develop a passion for sports. No reward is as great as knowing that your gift of time and dedication has helped a child. Coaches are responsible for general team organization team practices and coordinating the efforts of their players and assistant coaches during game play. Coaches are required to attend all coaches clinics and meetings throughout the season. COACHES MEETINGS ALL COACHES ARE REQUIRED TO ATTENDED. This includes returning coaches. DIVISION II - GRADES 3 4 Coaches Wednesday August 24 new Heights Community Center 530 p.m. SOCCER FUN-DAMENTALS and DIV 1 Wednesday August 31 new Heights Community Center 530 p.m. . SAFETY FIRST over ten years ago as an additional tool to ensure the safety of our program participants. FLAG FOOTBALL DATES Sundays Sept. 11 - Oct. 23 No class Oct. 9 AGES 6 - 11 yrs old LOCATION Reed Field Hall St. COST 55 Resident 65 Non-Resident AGES TIME YOUTH CODE COACH CODE 6 - 8 930 - 1130 a.m. 213912-1 213812-1 9 - 11 1130 - 230 p.m. 213912-2 213812-2 All players must complete the NFL Player Participation Agreement online at in order to participate in the league. All players will receive a team shirt. Unfortunately scholarships are not available for Flag Football football league for boys and girls ages 6-11. The league is broken the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football while playing in a safe environment. Teams will play 1 game per week. FALL FIELD HOCKEY LEAGUE Cave Girl programs are developed to provide young athletes with the opportunity to become better by learning from some of the best coaches and players in the game. Cave Girl is excited to join forces again with FALL FIELD HOCKEY DATES Sundays Sept. 11 - Oct. 23 no practice 109 GRADES 2 - 5 TIME 1 - 230 p.m. LOCATION Rollins Park COST 60 Residents 70 Non-Residents CODE 216455-1 Fall Youth Sports 2016 Summer Fall Page 27 www.concordparksandrec.com CO-ED DIVISION I YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE DIVISION 1 - GRADES 1 2 This is a co-ed recreational soccer program for kids in 1st and 2nd grade. Emphasis is on skill development game this age group will have 1 practice and 1 game per week. Practice times will be held during the week and will be chosen by the volunteer coach. Games will be held on Saturdays between 12 and 2 p.m. Shin and mouth guards are recommended for this age group. Price includes a team t-shirt. DATES September 10 - October 22 Saturdays No class Oct. 8 GRADES 1 2 TIME 12 - 2 p.m. LOCATION Keach Park Soccer Field COST 45 Residents 55 Non-Residents CHILD CODE 210713-1 COACH CODE 212913-1 SOCCER FUN-DAMENTALS Focus is on the fundamentals Children will begin to learn the basics of soccer. This is a coed program. Shin and mouth guards are recommended for this age group. Price includes team T-shirt. SOCCER FUN-DAMENTALS DATES September 10 - October 22 Saturdays No class Oct. 8 AGES 4 6 Not in 1st Grade TIME 9 - 945 am CODE 210613-1 Youth CODE 212813-1 Head Coach TIME 10 - 1045 am CODE 210613-2 Youth CODE 212813-2 Head Coach TIME 11 - 1145 am CODE 210613-3 Youth CODE 212813-3 Head Coach LOCATION Keach Park Soccer Fields COST 45 Resident 55 Non-Resident school for information on their soccer program 603-225-0862. Sign up on or before Friday July 29 to avoid a to all leagues listed on this page Divisions II III ConcordPenacook residents Boys and girls are placed in a division based solely on their grade in school as of Sept. 2016. There are no exceptions to this policy. If there are spaces left on existing teams after the Friday July 29 registration deadline children will be accepted on a space available basis and a late registration fee will be assessed. If your child attends a private school home school or school other than a ConcordPenacook public school please list the name of the elementary school in your neighborhood. DIVISION I II III Children who are registered by Friday July 29 will be placed on their neighborhood school team or closest school. Unfortunately e annot a o o ate re ue t to e on e tea . Recreational Soccer Leagues DIVISION II - GRADE 3 4 This division focuses on team concepts with continued emphasis on fundamental skills. Teams will meet three times per week for practicesgames. Team size will be limited to twelve players and games are played 8 v 8. Shin guards and mouth guards are required for this age group. Price includes team T-shirt. DIVISION II SOCCER DATES Practices may begin week of August 29. Games will start the week of September 5 GRADES 3 4 DAYS BOYS Games Thursday nights andor Saturday mornings DAYS GIRLS Games Tuesday nights andor Saturday mornings CODE BOYS CODE 211044-1 Youth CODE 213044-1 Head Coach CODE GIRLS CODE 211144-1 Youth CODE 213144-1 Head Coach COST 45 Resident residents only Teams will meet three times per week for practicesgames. Team size will be limited to 12 players and games are played 8 v 8. Shin guards and mouth guards are required for this age group. Price includes team T-shirt. Rundlett Middle School or private school students in grade 6 should note their neighborhood elementary school when registering. DIVISION III SOCCER DATES Practices may begin week of August 29. Games will start the week of September 5 GRADES 5 6 DAYS BOYS Games Thursday nights andor Saturday mornings DAYS GIRLS Games Tuesday nights andor Saturday mornings CODE BOYS CODE 211244-1 Youth CODE 213244-1 Head Coach CODE GIRLS CODE 211344-1 Youth CODE 213344-1 Head Coach COST 50 Resident residents only 2016 Summer Fall Page 28 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information INDOOR DROP-IN PICKLEBALL BEGINS WEEK OF OCTOBER 3 Green Street Community Center 2 indoor courts Intermediate and higher Mondays 9 - 12 p.m. Wednesdays 9 - 12 p.m. Fridays 9 - 12 p.m. New Heights Community Center 1 indoor court Beginners Thursdays 9 - 12 noon no pre-registration is required OUTDOOR PICKLEBALL SCHEDULE MAY - SEPTEMBER Beaver Meadow Tennis Courts M W F 9 - 12 p.m. Fridays 9 - 12 p.m. Pickleball 2016 Summer Fall Page 29 www.concordparksandrec.com programs will be cancelled if the delayed opening or cancellation. SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAM Center 14 Canterbury Rd. Concord NH. The goal of the Senior Program is to seniors age 50. at www.concordparksandrec.com and at the Heights Community Center. There is no fee to join the Senior Program and most activities are free. If there is a cost for an activity it is minimal and is always listed on the calendar. All Concord area seniors age 50 are welcome to participate. party ice cream socials a summer picnic andor holiday parties. There are opportunities to meet 1-on-1 with a ServiceLink Medicare Services Coordinator regarding individual Medicare questions and during the winter months the AARP Foundation provides volunteers to help seniors complete and submit their federal tax forms. For information about any of the senior activities or to be added to an email list for information and monthly calendars call Becky at 230-4982 or email her at rbukowskiConcordnh.gov. Monthly Schedule Monday Bingo 10 - 12 p.m. Cribbage 10 - 12 p.m. Walking Group 11 a.m. - come walk a mile in the community center or outside in nice weather. Wednesdays - Zumba Gold 11 a.m. 3 per participant Bone Builders 10 -11 a.m. 2 donation Every 2nd Wednesday - Monthly Luncheon 1145 - pre-registration is required and a 2 donations is requested from seniors age 60 and 6 for seniors age 50 to 59. VNA Health Clinics 9 - 12 p.m. 4th Wednesday of the month - VNA Walk In Wednesday 10 - 12 p.m. Every 1st Friday each month - Knitting Group 10 - 12 p.m. Every 2nd Friday - 11 - 1230 p.m. we read one book a month - books are available for loan Every 3rd Friday - Adult Coloring 10 - 12 p.m. Thursdays - Mah Jongg for experienced players 1 - 4 p.m. Every Wednesday and Friday - Ping Pong 9 - 11 a.m. Seniors 2016 Summer Fall Page 30 www.concordparksandrec.com General Information SUMMER CAMP PAYMENT PLAN equally to each week of camp. camp. PLEASE READ THIS SECTION CAREFULLY IT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PAGE OF THIS BROCHURE. HOW DO YOU REGISTER Its simple and easy. Weve tried to make it as convenient as possible. You can 1 Register Online at www.concordparksandrec.com See Page 2 for more online registration info. 2 Visit our website www.concordparksandrec.com and download check or credit card MasterCardVisa. to workon the way home on the weekends or anytime you are in the area. 5 FAX IT - our FAX number is 603-225-8589 430 p.m. see page 2 for additional hours 7 Registration forms must be completed by a parent or legal guardian. Please complete the registration form in full. Be sure to include the program code number. List all the programs you andor your children will be participating in on the registration form. Please Register Early - all classes camps or programs have limited All Checks Should Be Made Payable to City of Concord. PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION Most programs have a minimum number of participants needed in order for the program to run. If the minimum number of participants is not met the class may be cancelled. NON-RESIDENTS Non-residents must pay an additional non-resident fee. Also some programs are limited to ConcordPenacook residents only. Families must reside in ConcordPenacook to qualify for residency rates. Business ownership does not qualify. PHOTO POLICY purposes only. If you do not want your child to be photographed please note this on your registration form. RECREATION SCHOLARSHIPS arrangements for a fee waiver. Scholarships are available for most but not all youth programs. Scholarships are not available to non-residents or for adult programs. REFUND PROCEDURE Refunds are issued only when a class is cancelled by the Parks able to participate in a program because of a medical condition. If you feel your request for a refund is unfairly denied there is an appeal process. Appeals must be in writing and sent to the and either approve or deny your request in writing. If your request Manager. RETURNED CHECK POLICY A 30.00 processing charge will be assessed for any checks returned by your bank as not payable. REGISTRATION FORM correctly. If you have any suggestions on how we can improve the quality of this form or any other part of this brochure please call us or include a note on your registration form. FAX YOUR REGISTRATION We accept credit cards MasterCardVisa which means you can FAX your registration to us. Our FAX number is 603-225-8589. To be able to process a registration form by fax you MUST include credit card information. Registrations cannot be processed without it. CREDIT CARDS Cards. PROGRAM CANCELLATIONS Daytime Activities Programs may be cancelled due to inclement weather. A decision regarding a cancellation will be made one hour prior to the start of a program. If deteriorating conditions force on-site cancellations a representative will remain on site until all children are picked up by their parent or guardian. Evening Events Cancellation for evening activities will not be made until at least 400 p.m. to allow for changing weather conditions. We will leave a message on website at www.concordparksandrec.com. How to Register Registration FormReegistration Form PLEASE READ AND SIGN THE WAIVER BELOW In Consideration of being permitted at my specific request for me or my childward to participate in the activities individually or in an official capacity for the City all for purposes herein also referred to as Releasee from all liabilities claims actions damages costs or expenses which we may have against any of the Releasee arising out of or in any way connected to participation in the activity including travel to or from the activity for bodily injury death or property damage suffered by memy childward before during or after said activity. I understand that this release and waiver includes any claim or action based on the negligence action or inaction o any Releasee or otherwise I HEREBY ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL RISK a result of the activity. In addition I give my permission for the children to be treated by qualified medical personnel in the event that the parentguardian named below can not be reached at the phone numbers photographed for City of Concord programs and promotions. RETURN WITH PAYMENT TO 14 Canterbury Rd. Concord NH 03301 Make Checks Payable to City of Concord CONTACT US AT Fax 225-8589 E-mail recreationconcordnh.gov Web www.concordparksandrec.com Check ________ CC Cash Schlrshp Amount_______________ Entered________ Total Fees Total Amount Scholarship Donation Rounding up your pro- gram ee helps provide inancial assistance to those other- wise unable to a ord the cost o a program List any special needs or medical conditions we should know about Name as it appears on the Card Signature CC NUMBER VisaEXPIRATION DATE MasterCard 4 Mail-In Mail completed registration 14 Canterbury Rd. Concord NH 03301 2 Fax 603225-8589 your credit card information VisaMasterCard 1 Drop-Box An after hours drop box is provided. The mail slot is located just to the right of our main entrance at our On-Line www.concordparksandrec.com registrants must use paper form initially. 5 In-PersonWalk-In hours are 8 a.m. - 430 p.m. REMEMBER THESE 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER 3 COURSE CHOICES Participants Information First Name Last Name Elementary School Sex Birth Grade Name of Class Program Class Code Fee PARENT GUARDIAN CONTACT INFO Please Print Address City State Zip Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone E-mail Emergency Contact Name Phone Number REFUND PROCEDURE - Refunds are issued only able to participate in the program because of a medical condition. If you feel your request for a refund was unfairly denied there is an appeal process. Appeals must be Signature parentguardian i participant is under 18 years o age Date General Information