Carrboro—A Palette of Programs Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department Volume 3, Issue 1 January 2010 Start the New Year with Music, Movement and Creativity in Carrboro Look For: For more information on these and other events contact 918-7364 • PARENT/CHILD New! or visit http://www.townofcarrboro.org/rp/default.htm. BASKETBALL SHOOTOUT Please note: Winter/Spring Registration Begins Tuesday, January 5th for Carrboro Residents • CHORUS CLASS New! and Wednesday, January 6th for Registration outside of Carrboro Town Limits. • ADULT TENNIS FITNESS & BASKETBALL CLASSES Lunch Box Concert Series • CARTOON AND LIFELIKE DRAWING Located at the Century Center Hall 12:00pm-1:00pm Thursdays in January and February All Ages welcome. Free. Inside this issue: Bring your lunch & enjoy this yearly anticipated program! 2-3 MIND, BODY & SOUL Thursday, January 14—Tampa Blue Tampa Blue’s music is based on the blues and spirituals he heard INSTRUCTOR 3 growing up outside of Birmingham, AL. When asked what kind SPOTLIGHT of music he plays, Blue once replied, “Traditional, acoustic, Delta, 4 slide Piedmont, finger-style, Southern rural, pre-war, country, THE SPORTS PAGE pre-electric with a touch of spirituals, hollers, rags and American YOUTH CLASSES 5-6 finger-style guitar seasoning.” AND TEEN SCENE Thursday, January 21—Resound FAMILY FUN 6 Members of the Carrboro’s Church of the Harvest and Campus Crossroads located at UNC-Chapel Hill help provide a soundtrack SUMMER CAMPS 7 for the on-going story of the Judeo-Christian God and His relationship to humanity. SUMMER 8 DAY CAMPS Thursday, January 22—Kevin Van Sant Jazz guitarist and Durham resident Kevin Van Sant has been a fixture on the Triangle Jazz scene for years. He and his groups have also made impressions on audiences in such locations as Russia, Switzerland, Holland, Germany, France, and Spain. Kevin Van Sant (far left) See what makes children with one of the band so excited, turn to Youth J/Azure Classes on pages 6-7. Page 2 Carrboro—A Palette of Programs January 2010 Mind, Body and Soul Poetry Open Mic Jam Session Series— Nia Night Celtic Jam Wednesdays, No January Event. Friday, January 22 January 20 - March 10 Open Mic resumes 7:30-9:00pm at the 7:00pm–8:00pm February 2 from Century Center. at the Century Center. 7:00-9:00pm. Free. All ages. $3/person at Ages 18 and up. $54 Located at Open Eye the door. Café in Carrboro. Morning Nia Led by accordionist David Century Center Mondays, DiGiuseppe and multi- Cinema Pick Century Center January 25 - March 14 instrumentalist Rob Sharer. Cinema: 9:00-10:00am Buster Keaton in the at the Century Center. Silent Classic, Spanish Classes Ages 18 & up. $54 Steamboat Bill, Jr. All Spanish classes are held (1928) in the Century Center. Learn more about Saturday, January16 No class March 29. Nia Instructor, 7:00-9:00pm at the Ages 18 & up. $80. Kate Finlayson, Century Center. in our All Ages. $4/person; Spanish—Beginning $2/ages twelve and Wednesdays, Instructor Spotlight. under. January 20 - April 7 Can’t Travel in 11:00am -1:00pm January? Yoga Classes and/or Introduction to Tuesdays, Think Again . . . Digital Photography Mondays, January 26 - March 2 January 25 - April 19 Century Center. Cosponsored with the Let the sounds of 6:30-8:30pm Ages 18 & up. ArtsCenter Celtic Jam Thursdays, Spanish—Beginning Level I soar you away January 7- Feb. 18 Conversational 6:00-7:00pm. $36 to the 6:00-8:00pm at the Wednesdays, Level II Century Center. January 20 - April 7 7:15-8:30pm. $46. United Kingdom. Ages 18 & up. 1:30-3:30pm or Register at the 6:00-8:00pm Caroleena’s Tuscan Then, take a Kitchen ArtsCenter. culinary tour of Spanish—Intermediate Cosponsored with the Tuscany through Conversational ArtsCenter Bingo Wednesdays, the sights and Tuesday, January 26 Wednesdays, January 20 - April 7 January 27– March 3 aromas in 2:00-3:30pm at the 9:00-11:00am 6:00-9:00pm Caroleena’s Century Center. Tuscan Kitchen. at the Century Center. Ages 55 & up. Free. Ages 18 & up. $174 Please call 918-7364 public; $157 Friends, to register. Ten games with an additional played. $100 fee for food paid to the instructor. Register at the ArtsCenter. Volume 3, Issue 1 Page 3 Mind, Body and Soul January 2010 Chorus Class Photography Whether teaching Nia, Drama Classes Thursdays, New! Workshop: or Camps, or leading participants on January 28 - April 1 Winter in the Triangle Day Trips or Nature Hikes, 6:30-7:30pm Field Work: Friday, Instructor Kate Finlayson is always full of at the Century Center. January 29, location Ages 16 & up. $105 TBA. 5:00-7:00pm passion and energy! Project & Share Images: Friday, Feb. 12 from 5:00-7:00pm at the Century Center. Ages 18 & up. $46 Public; $42 Friends. The Friday afternoon small- group workshop will review photographic technique, New Chorus Class composition, lighting, and for Adults —A Great provide time to shoot. Evening Opportunity! Call 918-7364 details. Instructor Spotlight: Kate Finlayson – A Woman who Loves Life Kate Finlayson has been a professional actor for 30 years, performing in television, film and theatre in Dallas, Los Angeles, and North Carolina. She has been a go-go dancer for a Motown all girl band, a game show contest and a stand-in for comedian Jonathan Winters. She is an acting instructor for Duke Drama Workshop for teens and has been teaching Extreme Acting for the Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department since 2002. After discovering the natural beauty of NC, Kate became a certified Environmental Educator for the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and Education Chair for New Hope Audubon Society. She began leading Golden Trail hikes for Carrboro in 2001, specializing in bird identification. Kate began teaching Nia in 2005, and over the last four years has received her White, Blue, Brown, Green and Black Belts in the Nia Technique as well as Nia 5 Stages certification. She has experienced incredible self healing physically, mentally, and emotionally through the prac- tice of Nia and loves sharing the joy of movement with others! She teaches two classes a week for Carrboro and leads the seasonal Nia Jams in Century Hall. Learn more about Kate by visiting her website www.naturenia.com This is not a comprehensive listing, but a highlight of events and courses offered each month. For more information and future event/course listings, visit us at: www.townofcarrboro.org/RP Please call the main office with questions (919) 918-7364. Page 4 Carrboro—A Palette of Programs January 2010 The Sports Page Parent & Child Leagues Girls Volleyball New for Youth Events/Classes Mid March - late May Spring Baseball Ages 10-13 as of Sunday Baseball Basketball Shootout Beginning Mid March August 31, 2009. Pitching Clinics Sunday, January 24th Ages as of Fee: $55 for Orange Ages listed are as of Ages: 7-8 Aug.31, 2009. County Residents; $92 start of class. Ages: 9-10 Pee Wee…6-8 years for Non-Orange February 21 Ages: 11-12 Mite……... 9-10 years County Residents. 2:00pm-3:00pm Fee: $15 per team Minors……11-12 yrs. Ages 9-10. Fee: $55 for Orange Teams will practice on February 21 A team consisting of a Co. Residents; $92 for Monday's and/or 3:15-4:15pm child and parent/guardian Non-Orange Residents. Wednesday's during the Ages 11-12. will compete against other evening with an occasional February 28 teams of similar youth Teams practice once a Saturday or Sunday. 2:00pm-3:00pm age. Teams will compete week (Monday-Thursday) Games begin in mid April Ages 9-10. in various basketball skills during the evening and and are mostly played on February 28 for points. Saturday during the day. Sunday afternoons. 3:15pm-4:15pm Games begin in mid April Ages 11-12. C.L.A.S.S. – Basket- and run into early June. New for Adults ball children learning Former UNC-Greensboro athletic sports skills Openings are accepted Tennis Fitness pitcher and current Minor March 2 - March 18 on a first come - first serve January 29 - Feb. 12 leaguer, Pat Currin will Tuesdays & Thursdays basis. Registration forms Fridays, lead instruction on the from 6:15-7:15pm. must be completed and 10:00-11:00am fundamentals of pitching. Ages 4-6 as of start signed by a parent or at the Century Center. Focus will be on of class. Fee: $47. guardian. Ages 18 & up. $39 developing skills in an effort to throw strikes with Instructor guides both Middle School Adult Basketball consistency. the child and parent in Baseball Class understanding the skills May into mid June. March 1– 17th of passing, catching, Ages: 13-14 as of Mondays and dribbling, and shooting. August 31, 2009. Wednesdays Fee: $55 for Orange 6:15-7:15pm. C.L.A.S.S. – Baseball Co. Residents; $92 for Fee: $47. children learning Non-Orange Residents. athletic sports skills The instructor will guide April 10 – May 15 Registration accepted on the participant in Saturday’s, a first come - first serve understanding the skills 9:00-10:00am basis. Participants are and various aspects of Ages 4-6 as of start placed primarily onto basketball. of class. Fee: $47 teams by school attended. Instructor guides both Registration forms must be For more youth sports the child and parent in completed and signed by opportunities visit the understanding the skills a parent or guardian. Summer and Day Camp of throwing, catching, School players are sections on pages fielding, and hitting. encouraged to participate. 7 and 8. Carrboro—A Palette of Programs Page 5 Youth Classes and Teen Scene January 2010 Abrakadoodle Art Dance & Creative Young Gymnast— Saturdays, Movement Preschool Jan. 30 - March 20 Mondays, Ages 3-5 years. $42. at the Century Center. January 25 - Feb. 22 Century Center. Picasso Doodle, Held at the Century Tuesdays, One Day Workshop: Center. $42. January 26 - Feb. 23 Ages 6-12 years. Ages 3-4 meet from 3:30-4:15pm. 10:00-11:00am. $8. 3:15-4:00pm. And Wednesdays, Ages 5-10 meet from January 27 - Feb. 24 Twoosy: 4:15-5:15pm. 3:15-4:00pm. Ages 20 mo. - 3 yrs. 9:15-9:45am. $100. Dance Exploration Young Gymnast— Books and music are Thursdays, Youth incorporated into January 28 - Feb. 25 Ages 6-11. these lessons and a Held at the Century Century Center. $42. parent/caregiver is Center. $42. Tuesdays, asked to participate. Ages 3-4 meet from January 26 - Feb. 23 3:30-4:15pm. And 4:30-5:30pm. Mini Doodlers: Ages 5-10 meet from Wednesdays, Ages 3-5 years. 4:30-5:30pm. January 27 - Feb. 24 10:00-10:45am. 4:15-5:15pm. $100. Dance & Technique Thursdays, Drawing Doodlers: Jan. 28- March 25 Tuesdays, Ages 6-12 years. No class 3/11. January 26 - March 2 11:00-11:45am. 6:00-7:00pm at the Held at the Century $100. Century Center. Center. $50. Abrakadoodle provides a Ages 5-10. $50. Ages 5-8 meet from multicultural art education 3:30-4:15pm. And Dance—Tap featuring contemporary Ages 6-11 meet from Thursdays, and master artists and art 4:30-5:30pm. Jan. 28- March 25 techniques from around No class 3/11. Cartoon and Lifelike the world. For more 7:15-8:15pm at the Drawing detailed information Century Center. Thursdays, about these classes visit Ages 8-13. $50. January 28 - Feb. 25 www.townofcarrboro.org at the Century Center. /RP. Ages 8-12 meet from 3:30-4:30pm. Ages 12 & up meet 4:45-5:45pm. This is not a comprehensive listing, but a highlight of events and courses offered each month. For more information and future event/course listings, visit us at: www.townofcarrboro.org/RP Please call the main office with questions (919) 918-7364. Carrboro—A Palette of Programs Page 6 January 2010 Youth Classes and Teen Scene Piano - Beginners Guitar - Beginners Chess Mondays, Mondays, Tuesdays, January 25 - April 5 January 25 - April 5 January 26 - Feb. 23 No class 3/29. No class 3/29. 5:30-6:30pm at the Century Center. Century Center. Century Center. Ages 6-11 $105. Ages 11 & up. $133. Ages 8-13. $42. Classes held from 5:30-6:30pm at the Extreme Acting 3:30-4:30pm And Carrboro Civic Club. Tuesdays, 4:45-5:45pm. Kid’s World Kitchen Learn more about January 26 - April 27 An additional $8.50 Tuesdays, Extreme Acting Instructor, No class 3/23 or fee for the instruction January 26 - Feb. 23 Kate Finlayson, 3/30. manual is paid to the 4:00-5:15pm at the in our Instructor Spotlight 6:00-7:00pm instructor. Century Center. page 4. Ages 13-18. $128. Ages 9-13. $58. Family Fun Lollipop Series: Entertainment Trish Miller Adventures: Wednesday, Jan. 20 Community 10:30-11:30am at the Drumming with Music Century Center. Explorium Ages 3-5. $3/person. Sunday, January 17 Trish Miller Toddler Preschool 3:00-4:00pm at Trish Miller uses movement, Playtime RETURNS McDougle Middle drew a large crowd at a previous songs, shakers, puppets, School Library. Tuesdays and her big blue guitar All ages welcome. Century Center January 12 - April 27 to entertain and capture FREE. performance. 10:00-11:30am the imagination of pre- schoolers. Century Center Hall All levels are welcome and $3 per participating those who have never child. Ages 5 & under. drummed with others are especially encouraged to Come in from the cold and feel the spirit of rhythm let your child have room to and dance with a group. use those large motor skills It will lift up your soul! while playing with friends. Meet other parents or caregivers and allow your child to enjoy some unstructured play with blocks, mats, tunnels, music, & more! Volume 3, Issue 1 Page 7 Summer Camp Corner January 2010 Sports Camps Soccer Camps Register Now! Register at www.trianglefc.org. Ages are of the start of Fees listed on the each camp. website. Have Your Child’s Summer Classes run Monday-Friday Half Day— Organized unless otherwise noted. June 14 - June 17 with Monday - Thursday Fun and Fitness! Basketball 8:30-11:30am June 28 - July 2 and/or 8:30-11:30am July 19 - July 22 Ages 9-11. $85 8:30-11:30am For more Field Hockey July12 - July16 for Ages 6-14. information call 918-7364. Ages 6-8. $85 Volleyball Mini Kickers— Taste of Sports July 26 - July 30 June 14 - June 17 July 19 - July 23 8:00-11:00am Monday- Thursday 8:00-11:00am Ages 10-13. $85 and/or Ages 6-9. $85 July 19 - July 22 Ultimate Frisbee 8:30-9:30am Field Hockey July 26 - July 30 Ages 4-5. Taste of Sports June 28 - July 2 8:00-11:00am Camp 8:00-11:00am Ages 10-15. $85 For more (below) teaches Ages 10-13. $85 youth athletic events participants the and/or visit the fundamentals in a July 12 - July 16 Sports Page variety of sports. 8:00-11:00am on page 4. Ages 10-13. $85 Registration begins Tuesday, January 5th for Carrboro residents (8:30am) and Wednesday, January 6th (8:30am) for residents outside of Carrboro town limits. Page 8 January 2010 To enrich the leisure needs and quality of life for our citizens. CARRBORO RECREATION AND PARKS DEPARTMENT Carrboro Recreation and Parks The Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department offers 100 North Greensboro St. On-line Registration. Carrboro NC 27510 Visit http://www.townofcarrboro.org and click on the Phone: 919-918-7364 RecConnect Online Registration symbol in the upper right. E-mail: RecParks@townofcarrboro.org Hours: Monday-Friday, Camp Corner: Day Camps 8:30am—5:00pm Offices located in the Kinderventures Taste of Summer Century Center. June 14 – June 18 July 12-July 16 Office closed on major holidays. 9:00am-12:00pm 8:30am-3:30pm Ages 4-5. $88 Ages 6-9. $145 Day Camps June 21 – June 25 Days and locations vary 9:00am-12:00pm with each camp. Ages 4-5. $88 Carrboro Survivor June 28 – July 2 June 28 – July 2 8:30am – 12:30pm 9:00am-12:00pm Ages 6-8. $105 Ages 3-5. $88 June 28 – July 2 July 6 – July 9 1:30pm –5:30pm 9:00am-12:00pm Ages 9-12. $105 Ages 3-5. $76 Eco Adventures July 19 – July 23 Eco Explorers 8:30am-12:30pm July 12-July 16 June 14 - June 18 9:00am-12:00pm Ages 9-12. $120 Tennis Camps 8:30am-12:00pm June 14 – June 17 Ages 3-5. $88 Ages 6-9. $105 Rock Band Camps 9:00am-12:00pm July 19 – July 23 Art Extravaganza Ages 9-12. $78 Fishing 1:00-3:00pm June 21 – June 25 June 21 - June 25 Ages 12-14. $165 June 21 – June 24 8:30am-12:30pm and/or Aug 2 – Aug 6 9:00am-12:00pm Ages 6-9. $93 July 12-July 16 1:00 - 3:00pm Ages 9-12. $78 2:30-5:00pm Ages 15-18. $165 Ages 8-13. $80 July 6 – July 9 Ages 9-12. $78 Extreme Drama Music Around the 9:00am – 12:00pm Camp World July 26 – July 30 July 6 – July 9 July 26 – July 29 1:30-4:30pm 8:30am – 12:30pm 9:00am – 12:00pm Ages 11-16. $117 Ages 6-9. $83 Ages 9-12. $78 Registration begins Tuesday, January 5th for Carrboro residents (8:30am) and Wednesday, January 6th (8:30am) for residents outside of Carrboro town limits.
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