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Carlisle Parks and Recreation Fall 2009 Get Active...Go Online! www.carlislepa.org Carlisle Parks and Recreation Stuart Community Center 415 Franklin Street Carlisle, PA 17013 (717) 243-3318 Recycled paper with soy based ink. Carlisle Parks and Recreation Stuart Community Center 415 Franklin Street Carlisle, PA 17013 (717) 243-3318 http://activenet8.active.com/carlislerec/ www.carlislepa.org Office Hours Get Active...Go Online! Monday—Friday, 8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. CLOSED: 9/7, 11/11, 11/26, 11/27, 12/24, 12/25 Save on Gas, Paper and Time! Register Online! Browse activities, review program details, purchase your Registration / Payment pool passes and register online from the comfort of Payment is required at the time of registration. We accept home, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can also cash, checks made payable to Carlisle Parks and Recreation, manage your private account anytime on the Internet. Visa, Master Card and Discover. What does this mean for you? Here are some of the Refund Policy benefits of the online registration program: We will gladly issue a refund for any multi-session program • ANYTIME. Register from the convenience of for any reason as long as you contact us prior to the second home or the office, around the clock, seven days a class. After the second class, no refund will be given. A week. No more missed deadlines! $2.00 administrative fee will be deducted from the refund. Refunds for one day activities are not possible after the event • QUICK. Avoid lines and register online 24 hours a has taken place. day, 7 days a week. • TIMELY. Receive email confirmations within Injury minutes of registering and get regular program Participation in our programs and leagues is at your own updates. risk. We advise participants to carry their own accident/ liability insurance. • PRIVATE. Access your secure account details, family schedule, and historical receipts. Why Are There Two Prices? • SECURE. Safe online payments with Visa, • Residents of Carlisle Borough and North Middleton MasterCard, and American Express. Township receive a discount on programs. • Non-residents are persons who live in a township other How do you get started? Request a new account at than the Borough of Carlisle and North Middleton http://activenet8.active.com/carlislerec/. It may take Township. up to 24 hours to process your request. Once your Online Account is active, you can add members of your family. No News is Good News! Once you have registered for a program, you will not hear That’s it. You’re then ready to select and register for from our office unless: programs online for your entire family. A small • There is a change in the time or day. convenience fee is applied to online orders. • The program has to be cancelled. For more information, call (717)243-3318. So mark your calendar and plan to attend! Cancellations MISSION STATEMENT We reserve the right to cancel any program due to Since a quality park and recreation service is very important insufficient registration. A full refund will be issued. to a community, the Carlisle Parks and Recreation For inclement weather cancellations, call 243-3318 Department will continually assess the parks and recreation and press 9—1—8. programs, make adjustments where necessary, and work with other public and private recreation providers to offer All classes and events are held at the Stuart the residents of the community the finest leisure services Community Center, 415 Franklin Street program possible with the available resources. UNLESS otherwise stated. ~Carlisle Parks and Recreation 2 www.carlislepa.org ~BUS TRIPS~ ~TREES~ Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater Pruning Workshop & Flight 93 Memorial Bus Trip Learn how to properly prune trees and shrubs in your home landscape. Join Saturday, October 17, 2009 Michael Larkin, local horticulturalist and $93 per person landscape designer, for a demonstration on pruning trees and shrubs. See a demonstration on the Be inspired by the great design works of Frank Lloyd correct way to cut branches and find out the best time to Wright and the Crescent of Embrace. A luncheon buffet prune and why. Also, learn how to maintain your plants with will be served at the famous Seven Springs Resort’s the least amount of work. Come with questions! Autumn Festival. Enjoy live entertainment, children’s Instructor: Mike Larkin Ages: 18 & up activities, crafts, plus much more. Trip includes Saturday, October 3 transportation, guide service, luncheon buffet, 10:00—11:30 a.m. all tours, and Autumn Fest. $FREE *Held rain or shine. New York City “Day on Your Own” Bus Trip $FREE Fall Street Tree Planting Saturday, December 12, 2009 $50 per person This is a day to spend as you wish at your leisure. New York City has an unbelievable array of shopping, world class museums, restaurants and many Broadway Theaters. There is something for everyone. Trip includes transportation, maps and coupon book. Driver gratuity is not included. The Carlisle Shade Tree Commission and the Carlisle Parks and Recreation Department are making a concerted effort to Upcoming 2010 Bus Trips have tree lined streets in Carlisle to reap the aesthetic and Philadelphia Flower Show environmental benefits of shade trees. Complete a free Saturday, March 6, 2010 planting application if you would like the Borough to plant up to two street trees at your property at no cost. Sidewalk Washington, DC “Day on Your Own” cuts included. Only property owners may apply. Cherry Blossom Time Application deadline is September 15, 2009. Trees will be Saturday, April 10, 2010 planted before December. Call Carlisle Parks and New York City “Day on Your Own” Recreation at 243-3318 for an application and Saturday, May 15, 2010 ask for Andrea or Carol. Bus Trip Information Carlisle Borough Parks Carlisle Parks and Recreation uses *Biddle Mission Park—5 acres modern motor coaches equipped with *Heberlig/Palmer Tot-lot—2 acres rest rooms and air conditioning. *LeTort Park—12 acres In consideration of others, smoking and alcoholic *Valley Meadows Park—18 acres beverages are not permitted. Gratuity for the bus driver is +Thornwald Park—32 acres not included in the price listed. Please note the right front +Cave Hill Nature Center—20 acres seats are reserved for the trip escort. In general, brief stops +Dickinson Park—18 acres are made at fast food restaurants when the travel time is +Mooreland Athletic Area—7 acres over 2.5 hours. +Seven Gables Park—13 acres Help us out by registering early for bus trips! We must +Shaffer Park—18 acres reach a minimum number of participants one month prior to Butcher Tot-lot—1 acres Goodyear Park—4 acres our departure or we must cancel. If we cancel, you will Lindner Park—2 acres Memorial Park—2 acres receive a full refund. Otherwise, no refunds will be issued. Spahr Tot-lot—1 acre Park Hours: Dawn to Dusk All bus trips depart from the Weis Food Market parking lot *You may rent tables under a pavilion at these parks. at 351 East High Street, Carlisle. +Parks with walking trails. firstname.lastname@example.org 3 ~PRE-SCHOOL/YOUTH~ Busy Bees Tumbling Children will have play time in the gym, sing songs, listen to In this eight week program your child will learn basic stories, make crafts, snack time and more. (Parent/guardian tumbling skills utilizing the trampoline, balance beam and provide snack and drink.) mats. They will learn balance and coordination in a fun and Instructor: Kelly Peterson Ages: 1—2 exciting atmosphere in one of our classrooms. Wednesday Session: September 16—December 16 Instructor: Abbey Gingrich (No class: 11/11, 11/18 and 11/25) Wednesdays, September 23—November 11 Friday Session: September 18—December 4 Ages: 3—4 6:00—6:30 p.m. (No class: 11/27) Ages: 5—6 6:45—7:15 p.m. 9:30—11:00 a.m. $32/resident, $37/non-resident (per age group) $28/resident, $32/non-resident (per session) *Parental/guardian involvement required. *Parental /guardian involvement required. *Wear loose clothing and comfortable shoes. *Sign up for one or both sessions. Steppin’ Stones Pre-School Play Make your very own steppin’ stone for your backyard This program will include play time in the gym, fun crafts, garden. Bring “stuff” to personalize your 12” round stone story time, snack time and songs. (Parent/guardian provide (broken pottery, old keys, costume jewelry, marbles, river snack and drink). Siblings under 2 years are welcome to rocks, alphabet magnets, matchbox cars, etc.) attend at no extra charge. Instructor: Jessica Case Ages: 6—10 Instructor: Jennifer Adams Ages: 3—5 Saturday, September 19 Monday Session: September 21—December 14 2:00—4:00 p.m. (No class: 10/12, 11/23) $20/resident, $23/non-resident Thursday Session: September 24—December 10 *Parental/guardian involvement may be required. (No class: 11/26) *Wear old clothes and bring work gloves. 9:30—11:00 a.m. *All other supplies included. $28/resident, $32/non-resident (per session) *Parental/guardian involvement required. Enchanted Visit to Fairyland *Sign up for one or both sessions. This is a MUST for your little fairy-lover! Enjoy a magical visit with the 2008 Central Irish Step Dance 101 Penn Parent readers’ Best Party Entertainer, If you’ve ever seen Riverdance you may be curious how it Posie the Fairy (www.posiefairy.com). Nibble feels to move to Celtic rhythms with Jigs, Reels and Ceilis. a tasty treat, receive a Fairy Makeover, and Learn basic foot positions in this six week class. A short decorate your very own set of Fairy Wings! performance will be held on the last day of class. Watch a Participants are encouraged to dress their “fairy” best! video of Stephanie’s Rebel Heart Irish Dancers at: Instructor: Posie the Fairy Ages: 5—8 www.myspace.com/rebelheartx3 Sunday, September 20 Instructor: Stephanie Oscilowski Ages: 5—12 4:00—5:30 p.m. Wednesdays, September 16—October 21 $15/resident, $17/non-resident 6:00—6:45 p.m. Held @ Shaffer Cabin, off Rt. 34 North, Carlisle. $35/resident, $40/non-resident *Pre-register by Monday, September 14. *Wear ballet slippers or socks. *Parents /guardians welcome to stay on site. Creative Movement: Rhythm & Dance Pirate Pizza Party Your child will sing, dance and have fun in this class! They Arrrggh matey, you are hereby invited to have a will learn different music styles, origins and terminology swashbuckling good time! Come dressed like a pirate, hunt while keeping beats through instruments and song. for bounty, receive prizes, eat pirate pizza and wash it down Instructor: Melissa Rosenberger with some High Seas punch. Be prepared to walk the plank Thursdays, September 17—November 12 with the pirates of Parks and Rec. (No class: 10/29) Instructor: Parks and Rec Staff Ages: 5—8 Ages: 3—4 6:00—6:30 p.m. Friday, October 9 Ages: 5—6 6:45—7:15 p.m. 6:00—8:00 p.m. $32/resident, $37/non-resident (per age group) $10/resident, $12/non-resident *Parental/guardian involvement required. *Pre-register by Friday, October 2. *Wear loose clothing and comfortable shoes. *Parental /guardian involvement required. 4 www.carlislepa.org ~ YO U T H ~ ~PHOTOGRAPHY~ Bug Party Basic Digital Photography Be a scientist for a day by examining bugs Explore the world of digital photography and learn how to and creatures under microscopes. Have fun get the most out of your digital camera. Bring your camera with ALLARM (Alliance for Aquatic and instruction book to class. Resource Monitoring) doing “buggy” Instructor: Brian Gill Ages: 18 & up activities and eating a “slimey” snack while Saturday, September 19 learning all about what lies in the depths of 9:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m. the LeTort Spring Run. $30/resident, $35/non-resident Instructor: ALLARM Staff Ages: 7—10 Wednesday, November 4 Adobe Photoshop 4:00—5:30 p.m. Interested in photography and being creative? Become $FREE acquainted with this powerful photo software that allows *Pre-register by Friday, October 23. (space is limited.) you to enhance digital photos in so many ways. Bring a laptop if desired. Edible Christmas Crafts Instructor: Brian Gill Ages: 18 & up Join us as we make a variety of fun and edible Christmas Saturday, September 26 crafts including; candy garland, gumdrop penguins, Santa’s 9:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m. sleigh, a gingerbread house, and more! $30/resident, $35/non-resident Instructor: Parks and Rec Staff Monday, November 30 Ages: 3—4 Fall Photography in the Parks Contest Monday, December 7 Ages: 5—7 6:00—7:30 p.m. Categories $10/resident, $12/non-resident (per age group) Fall Foliage *Pre-register by Monday, November 23. Birds and Bugs *Parental/guardian involvement required. Children at Play Letters to Santa Age Groups Mail your letters to Santa by Friday, December 11th. Please Level A: 8—12 include your return address for Santa to reply. Level B: 13—17 Level C: 18 & up Send to: Santa Claus Carlisle Parks and Recreation Subject: Photos must be taken at the following parks; 415 Franklin Street LeTort, Thornwald or Seven Gables. A limit of two photos Carlisle, PA 17013 per photographer permitted. “NOON” Year’s Eve Party *Entry deadline: Friday, November 20 by 5:00 p.m. at the Stuart Join us as we celebrate the New Year at noon! Enjoy a Community Center, 415 Franklin Street, Carlisle. variety of crafts, face painting, games and dance with “DJ Jazzy Julie” while we count down for the candy drop at Size: Minimum — 8” x 10” Maximum — 11” x 14”. noon! Instructor: Parks and Rec Staff Ages: 3—8 Entry Fee: $5/resident, $7/non-resident (per photo) Thursday, December 31 10:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m. Entered photos must include: location description, $5/resident, $7/non-resident category, name of photographer, age, address and phone *Pre-register by Friday, December 18. number. *Parental/guardian involvement required. Judging: One winner per category/per age group will be NOW HIRING! selected by a panel of three local judges. Winners will be *CENTER SUPERVISOR announced December 1, 2009. Prizes will be provided by *VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS local sponsors. Photos will be on display through the month Fill out an application today! of December at local businesses and will be featured in the Call us at 243-3318 for more information or visit our 2010 Parks and Recreation Winter brochure. website at www.carlislepa.org *We have the right to refuse any photos that we may feel are inappropriate in nature. email@example.com 5 ~TEEN/ADULT HEALTH & FITNESS~ Intro to Yoga Irish Step Dance 101 Improve flexibility, reduce stress, and build strength If you’ve ever seen Riverdance you may be curious how it through Yoga. Join seasoned instructor Michele Landis for feels to move to Celtic rhythms with Jigs, Reels and Ceilis. an introduction to basic postures and breathing techniques. Learn basic foot positions in this six week class. Watch a Instructor: Michele Landis Ages: 16 & up video of Stephanie’s Rebel Heart Irish Dancers at: Monday, September 14 www.myspace.com/rebelheartx3 5:30—6:30 p.m. Instructor: Stephanie Oscilowski Ages: 13 & up $10/resident, $12/non-resident Wednesdays, September 16—October 21 Held @ Sertoma Clubhouse, 311 E. North Street, Carlisle. 7:00—8:00 p.m. *Dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat. $39/resident, $45/non-resident *Wear ballet slippers or socks. Yoga This 6 week session is designed to increase Line Dancing energy levels through a system of breathing Learn classics like "Down N Dirty" and "Sleazy Slide" and and relaxation techniques. Improve flexibility, some of the hottest new dances like "Nice N EZ” and reduce stress, minimize pain and build “Would you be Vine”. Get ready to kick up your heels and strength through beginner and intermediate have some fun! Sign up with a partner and get a discount! yoga postures. All levels welcome. Instructor: Gene Hockley Ages: 18 & up Instructor: Michele Landis Ages: 16 & up Thursdays, September 17—November 12 Mondays, September 21—November 2 (No class: 10/29) (No class: 10/19) 7:30—8:30 p.m. 5:30—6:30 p.m. $48/resident, $55/non-resident (singles) $45/resident, $52/non-resident $80/resident, $88/non-resident (couples) Held @ Sertoma Clubhouse, 311 E. North Street, Carlisle. *Wear smooth sole shoes. *Dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat. Beginner Belly Dance Pilates "FALL" into shape and learn the ancient art of Oriental Join us for this eight week introduction to Pilates mat work. Belly Dance for Fun, Fitness and Femininity. Learn basic This class will build core strength and stability while moves and steps while toning muscles and increasing exploring some of the basic postures and Pilates moves. flexibility. A good dance form for all ages and body types. Instructor: Natalie Immell Ages: 16 & up Instructor: Fran “Sahda” Herdman Ages: 16 & up Wednesdays, September 16—November 4 Tuesdays, September 22—November 10 5:00—6:00 p.m. (No class: 10/20) $48/resident, $55/non-resident 6:00—7:00 p.m. Held @ Sertoma Clubhouse, 311 E. North Street, Carlisle. $42/resident, $48/non-resident *Dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat. *Bring ballet slippers or go barefoot. Step Aerobics Advanced Belly Dance This motivating class begins with an aerobic warm-up and This faster pace class will focus on different combinations progresses into more intense aerobic conditioning on, over using more advance moves and steps ending in a and around the step platform. Finish your workout with an professional choreography. Have fun and stay fit while upper/lower body muscle challenge. enjoying this truly feminine dance form. Instructor: Barb Underkoffler Ages: 16 & up Instructor: Fran “Sahda” Herdman Ages: 16 & up Monday Session: September 14—December 14 Tuesdays, September 22—November 10 (No class: 10/19 and 11/23) (No class: 10/20) Wednesday Session: September 16—December 9 7:15—8:15 p.m. (No class: 11/25) $42/resident, $48/non-resident 7:15—8:15 p.m. *Bring ballet slippers or go barefoot. $30/resident, $35/non-resident (per session) *Pre-requisite: Must have 1 year of belly dance experience. Held @ Sertoma Clubhouse, 311 E. North Street, Carlisle. DO YOU HAVE A NEW PROGRAM IDEA? *Bring a mat and light hand weights. We are always on the lookout for new and exciting programs that we can offer to you, the community. If you All classes and events are held at the Stuart Community have an idea for a new program or are interested in teaching Center, 415 Franklin Street UNLESS otherwise stated. a class, please let us know. 6 www.carlislepa.org ~TEEN/ADULT HEALTH & FITNESS~ Zumba! Intro to Disc Golf Zumba! is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness class which Have you ever wondered “What in the combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the world is disc golf?” This game is played body. This class creates a party-like atmosphere that much like traditional golf, but instead of provides an easy to follow fitness class for non-dancers and a ball and clubs, players use a flying disc. those new to exercise. Bring a friend and have a blast while The disc is thrown at the basket or “hole” getting in shape! to score points. Equipment provided. Instructor: MaryLynn Schwartz Ages: 13 & up Instructor: Disc Golf Association Ages: 13 & up Monday Session: September 14—November 9 Saturday, October 10 (No class: 10/19) 1:00—3:00 p.m. 6:45—7:45 p.m. $FREE Thursday Session: September 17—November 12 Held @ Shaffer Cabin, off Rt. 34 North, Carlisle. (No class: 10/29) *Pre-registration required by Wednesday, October 7. 6:00—7:00 p.m. *Rain date: Saturday, October 17. $48/resident, $55/non-resident (one session) $80/resident, $88/non-resident (both sessions) Women’s Volleyball League Enter a team with a $50 non-refundable deposit due Friday, September 25. Ages 16 and older. Simply Moving Walking Initiative Rosters and league fees due at Captain’s meeting. This six week $FREE walking program is Fee to be determined. (18 teams max.) offered in collaboration with the Carlisle A League Division: Area Health & Wellness Foundation. It Captain’s meeting—Tuesday, October 6, 6:00 p.m. will introduce participants of all ages to six Games—Tuesdays; 6:15, 7:15 and 8:15 p.m. different parks and trails in and around the B League Division: Carlisle area. Walks range from easy to Captain’s meeting—Monday, October 5, 6:00 p.m. moderate in their degree of difficulty and Games—Monday’s and Tuesday’s; 6:15, 7:15 and are approximately 1—3 miles. A trail host 8:15 p.m. will provide the group with a brief verbal Season starts Monday, October 26. explanation about how the program fits into its mission or (Rosters available online at www.carlislepa.org) role in the community. *For more information call Danelle at 240-6953. Wednesdays, September 16—October 21 5:30—6:30 p.m. Men’s Quads Volleyball League Enter a team with a $50 non-refundable deposit due September 16: LeTort Spring Run Nature Trail Friday, September 25. Ages 16 and older. Meet at LeTort Park, 260 E. Pomfret Street, Carlisle. Rosters and league fees due at Captain’s meeting. September 23: U. S. Army Heritage Trail Fee to be determined. (10 teams max.) Meet at U. S. Army Heritage & Education Center, Captain’s meeting—Thursday, October 8, 6:00 p.m. 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle. Games—Thursdays, 6:15, 7:15 and 8:15 p.m. September 30: Lower Allen Community Park Trail Season starts Thursday, October 22. (Rosters available online at www.carlislepa.org) Meet at Lower Allen Community Park, 4075 Lisburn Road, Mechanicsburg. *For more information call Danelle at 240-6953. October 7: Appalachian Trail $FR Table Tennis Open Gym Meet at Scott Farm Trail Work Center, EE Designed for all levels of play, this drop-in program is 301 Bernheisel Bridge Road, Carlisle. perfect for individuals or families. October 14: Railroad Bed Road Trail Fridays, November 6—December 18 Meet at Laurel Lake parking area, Pine Grove Road, (No open gym: 11/27) Gardners. 7:00—10:00 p.m. $2/resident, $5/non-resident October 21: Kings Gap Environmental Center *Fee collected at the door. *Bring a paddle. (This hike will be from 6:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m.) Meet at the Pond Area parking lot, in King’s Gap, A healthy family is a happy family! Pine Road & Kings Gap Road, Carlisle. Motivate a sibling, grandparent, child or spouse to get *Pre-registration required for each walk. moving this year in any of our fun fall programs! firstname.lastname@example.org 7 Carlisle Parks and Recreation PRSRT STD Stuart Community Center U.S. POSTAGE 415 Franklin Street Carlisle, PA 17013 PAID (717) 243-3318 CARLISLE PA Get Active...Go Online! PERMIT NO. 20 www.carlislepa.org Administrative Staff Andrea Crouse—Director Kristin Zeigler—Recreation and Pool Manager Carol Brandt—Clerical/Recreation Assistant Danelle Bowermaster—Recreation Assistant Maintenance Staff Robert Shipp, Sr.— Maintenance Supervisor Richard Mixell— Park Maintainer Robby Staley— Park Maintainer James Keller—Park Maintainer Robin Collins—Borough Custodian Board Members Chris Hoffman— Chairman Tom Cook Craig Hoffman Dee Lauderbaugh Les Poolman Peter Howland If you would like to be removed from our John Auger mailing list, please call 243-3318 or Drew Frohm—Student Liaison e-mail us at email@example.com Halloween Parade ATTENTION POOL MEMBERS! Monday, October 19 @ 7:00 p.m. For individuals who purchased a Carlisle Community Pool pass in 2009, the cards will be Rain Date: Tuesday, October 20 used for future seasons with the purchase of Enter your club, organization, company or family for free! another membership. DO NOT throw the cards Register at the Stuart Community Center beginning away! Replacement cards are $5 each. September 14 through October 16. Monetary prizes for individual, small/large groups and floats. *Line up for participants in designated areas begins at 6:00 p.m., judging at 6:15 p.m. Facility Rentals *Reservations begin January 4, 2010. Biddle Mission Pavilion: $24/whole pavilion Trick-or-Treat Heberlig/Palmer Tot-lot Pavilion: $24/whole pavilion LeTort Park Pavilion: $60/whole pavilion or $4/table Borough of Carlisle Lions Pavilion at LeTort Park: $16/whole pavilion Thursday, October 29 Valley Meadows Pavilion: $16/whole pavilion 6:00—8:00 p.m. Shaffer Cabin: $100 deposit $35 for 1/2 day (1-5 hours) The Borough urges parents to be sure that $60 for 1 full day (5-13 hours) costumes allow children to move, see and Stuart Community Center: hear easily, and that they carry a flashlight. 1/2 gym $15/hr. We ask that children walk on sidewalks or 1/2 gym w/stage $20/hr. close to the curb, and be accompanied by a Whole gym (athletic) $30/35hr. responsible adult. Multi-purpose rooms $10/hr. Parents, please inspect all treats before allowing your children to eat them.