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					Table of Contents
Directory                                    3

Youth
Sports                                       4
ORCA                                         4
Headstart                                    5
Zach Gordon                                  5
Classes                                      5

Young Adult/Adult
Sports                                        7
Classes                                       7
SERRC                                         8
Rainforest Yoga                               9
Senior Activities                            16

Facilities/Agencies
Alaska State Museum                          17
Juneau Parks & Recreation                    17
Zach Gordon                                  18
Mt. Jumbo Gym                                18
Treadwell Arena                              19
Juneau Douglas City Museum                   20
Pipeline Skate Park                          21
Augustus G. Brown Swimming Pool              22




  Need information???
  Chances are we can help!

  Juneau Parks and Recreation ............... 586-5226
  Juneau Arts and Humanities ................ 586-2797
  Juneau Community Schools ................. 523-1774
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                                              DIRECTORY
Juneau Parks and Recreation                               Treadwell Ice Arena                                                 Scheduler
                                                          (105 Savikko Rd, Douglas)                                           Eric Lundborg
Located in Room 218 of the Municipal Building                                                                                 Phone                                              523-1775
                                                          Greg Smith, Manager                                  586-0410
155 South Seward Street                                                                                                       FAX                                                523-1779
                                                          FAX                                                  586-4540
Office Hours 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Monday - Friday
General Information                            586-5226
FAX                                            586-5677   Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee                             Administrative Assistant
Website: www juneau org/parksrec                          Members:                                                            Debbie Euteneier
                                                          Chair Joan Herbage O’Keefe, Barbara Murray, Jim King, Alex          Phone                                              523-1774
                                                          Lukshin, Jeff Wilson, Tom Rutecki, Dixie Hood, Kathleen             FAX                                                523-1779
Adult and Youth Sports
                                                          Adam, Sierra Kaden, Mike Chambers
Myiia Whistler (Youth), Program Supervisor    586-5226
Dave Pusich (Adult), Program Supervisor       586-5226                                                                        JDHS Community Schools/Auditorium Office
                                                          The City and Borough of Juneau is responsible for charging
FAX                                           586-5677
                                                          City sales tax on all services provided The Parks and Recre-        Scheduler
                                                          ation Department will charge sales tax on all sales, services,      Julie Flint,
Special Activities/Events                                 and rentals included in the Community Schedule Sales                Phone                                              523-1552
Adult Hikes/Cross-Country Ski Tours Hotline   586-0428    tax will be in addition to the fee stated unless it specifically    FAX                                                523-1648
Eaglecrest Trails Condition Report            586-5330    states that the tax is included in the fee

                                                          The City and Borough of Juneau and the University of                Auditorium Supervisor
Augustus Brown Swimming Pool                              Alaska Southeast provide equal education and employ-                Lucas Hoiland
(1619 Glacier Avenue)                                     ment opportunities for all, regardless of race, color, religion,    Phone                                              523-1619
Dave Lewis, Manager                                       national origin, sex, age, disability, or status as a Vietnam era
Schedule Information                          586-5325    or disabled veteran                                                 Community Education is both a program and process
FAX                                           463-2670                                                                        which recognizes that learning begins at birth and contin-
                                                          Community Schools is a jointly sponsored service and is             ues throughout life It offers a variety of academic, recre-
                                                          administered by the Juneau Parks and Recreation, Juneau             ational, social, cultural, and health promotion activities and
Centennial Hall Convention Center                                                                                             programs Community Education stresses cooperation and
                                                          School District and University of Alaska Southeast
(101 Egan Drive)                                                                                                              coordination between schools, agencies, businesses, and
Wendie Marriott, Supervisor                   586-5283                                                                        community individuals
Reservations                                  586-5283    ADA Accommodations                                                  Community Schools is a jointly sponsored service and is
FAX                                           586-1135    The City and Borough of Juneau Parks and Recreation De-             administered by the Juneau School District and guided
                                                          partment welcomes persons with disabilities to participate          by a Tri-Agency Council which includes Juneau Parks and
                                                          in our programs ADA accommodations can be made with                 Recreation, Juneau School District, and the University of
Juneau-Douglas City Museum
                                                          at least two weeks notice Let us know if you are interested         Alaska Southeast
(4th and Main Streets)
                                                          in participating
Jane Lindsey, Director                        586-3572
                                                                                                                              Community Schools Advisory Committee
FAX                                           586-3203
                                                                                                                              Individuals are being sought for the Community Schools
                                                          Youth Scholarships                                                  Advisory Committee This group meets the first Thursday
                                                          Youth scholarships for all youth activities are available
Zach Gordon Youth Center                                                                                                      of each month from Noon to 1:00 pm at the Community
                                                          through Parks and Recreation Applications for scholarships          Schools office and provides input for the operation of the
(396 Whittier Street)
                                                          are available at all Parks & Recreation facilities For more         Community Schools Program For more information call
Kristi West, Manager                          586-2635
                                                          information about youth scholarships please contact Parks           Joyce Kitka at 523-1773
FAX                                           586-2186
                                                          and Recreation at 586-5226

Building Maintenance                                                                                                          Community Schools Fall 2006 Classes
(Administrative Office)
                                                          Community Schools                                                   Community Schools is looking for instructors to teach
                                                          Marie Drake Annex                                                   Community Schools classes for the Fall 2006 Community
(909 D Street, Douglas)
                                                          1255 Glacier Avenue                                                 Schedule Letters will be mailed to past instructors first of
Brent Fischer, Facility Superintendent        586-5308
                                                          Office hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Mon - Fri                           February of 2006 Deadline for applying to teach Fall 2006
FAX                                           364-2390
                                                                                                                              classes is July15, 2006 If you have a hobby or skill that you
                                                                                                                              would like to share, please contact Community Schools at
Parks and Landscape Maintenance                           Supervisor                                                          523-1774, to obtain further information
(802 Front Street, Douglas)                               Joyce Kitka
Bob Grochow, Parks/Landscape Superintendent 364-3388      Phone                                                523-1773
FAX                                         364-2888      FAX                                                  523-1779
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                                                                   YOUTH
Registration                                                       Youth Sports                                             ation facilities. For more information about youth
                                                                                                                            scholarships please contact Parks and Recreation at
Register for Community Schools classes at the Nugget Mall          The Parks and Recreation youth sports leagues are        586-5226.
on: January 15, Noon-3:00 pm Ongoing registration will be          recreational, stressing development of game skills,
held from January 16, from 8:00am – 4:30 pm at the main            fundamentals and sportsmanship with an emphasis
office of Community Schools located in the Marie Drake             on having fun. Each sport is open to youth ages 6-       ADA Accommodations
Annex, 1415 Glacier Avenue Those needing more informa-             18 (or still in high school). Volunteer coaches teach    The City and Borough of Juneau Parks and Recre-
tion should call 523-1774 Those with a disability, who may         game skills and fundamentals. All participants re-       ation Department welcomes persons with disabili-
need assistance while taking this class, please call ORCA at       ceive a certificate of participation; no other awards    ties to participate in our programs. ADA accom-
586-0104                                                           are given. Complete details of the youth sports          modations can be made with at least two weeks
                                                                   program and registration forms can be found on the       notice. Let us know if you are interested in partici-
                                                                   P&R web site: www.juneau.org/parksrec follow the         pating.
Community Schools Facilities                                       links to the Youth Sports page. Mark your calendars
There are nine schools in the Juneau School District, six el-      for the following upcoming registration periods.
ementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school                                                                   Mark your calendar:
During the school year, these sites are available for public                                                                Outdoor Soccer & Soccer/Baseball Camp registra-
                                                                   Youth Basketball 2006                                    tion, May 6-19, 2006!
use whenever a school district function is not in progress
Approximately 40-50 hours per week at each site are made           Registration took place November 7-21. Space may
available to the public as per the Board of Education Use of       be available. For late sign-ups call the Parks and
Schools Rules and Regulations 7510 R The hours available           Recreation Department.
are week nights from 6:00 – 10:00 pm and weekends 8:00             Season: January 7-March 18, 2006.                        Agencies Needed
am – 10:00 pm
Scheduling for all facilities is done through the main Com-
munity Schools office located in the Marie Drake Annex,
                                                                   Fees                                                     Community Schools and the Juneau School District
                                                                   $40.00 per person (includes City Sales Tax); $50.00      are looking for agencies willing to provide early
1415 Glacier Avenue Request for one time/short term
                                                                   after the last day of regular registration. For fami-    release activities for children at the Glacier Valley
use of schools facilities can be made by phoning in your
                                                                   lies with 3 or more children registering, the cost       and Mendenhall River Schools on Fridays starting
request to the Community Schools Office Groups that
                                                                   is $40.00 for the first two children and $10.00 per      at approximately 12:30. If your group is interested
are requesting ongoing/long term use must submit their
                                                                   child for each additional child. Please note the in-     please contact Joyce Kitka at 523-1773.
request in writing Facility Use Request forms may be ob-
tained by stopping by our office or phoning us at 523-1775         crease in the late registration & additional children
or 523-1552                                                        fees.

Juneau School District Board Policy #7510R for usage of Dis-
                                                                                                                            Outdoor Recreation &
                                                                   How to Register
trict Facilities requires:
    • Activities must begin and end as scheduled and only          Mail, fax, walk-in to the main P&R office.               Community Access
      rooms scheduled should be entered
    • Children must be supervised at all times                                                                              ORCA assists persons who experience a disability to
                                                                   Volunteer Coaches/Games Officials                        participate in community recreation through inclu-
    • Food and drinks are not allowed unless prior approval
                                                                   Volunteer coaches and paid games officials may be        sive recreation and day habilitation services. ORCA
      is given
                                                                   needed. If you or someone you know is interested         offers specialized and integrated opportunities for
    • Rooms are to be left as found
                                                                   in one of these positions, please contact the Parks      personal growth, provides adaptive resources and
    • School equipment and materials are not to be used un-
                                                                   and Recreation office. Training is available.            trainings to recreation providers and consumers,
      less prior approval is given
    • A $50 key deposit is required if keys are needed                                                                      and fosters peer support through group activities.
    • Cars are to be parked in designated parking areas                                                                     ORCA’s goal is to make community based recre-
                                                                   How to Reach Us
    • Smoking, alcohol, or drug use in not permitted in the                                                                 ational services available in the most accessible
                                                                   Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm 155 S. Seward            and integrated way possible. If you
      schools
                                                                   Street Juneau AK 99801, Phone: 586-5226,                 or someone you know has special
    • Any damage or additional custodial coverage needed
      to clean up after scheduled activity will be billed to the   Fax: 586-5677.                                           needs or would like to know
      user group                                                   Contact Youth Program Supervisor Myiia Whistler at:      more about ORCA, please
    • User group is responsible for reporting any damages          Myiia_Whistler@ci.juneau.ak.us                           call 586-0104 (v/TDD).
      during their use                                                                                                      ORCA is partially funded
                                                                                                                            by CBJ Youth Activities
                                                                   Youth Scholarships                                       Grant and Social Ser-
                                                                   Youth scholarships for all youth activities are avail-   vices Block Grant. ORCA
                                                                   able through Parks and Recreation. Applications          gives disability a pos-
                                                                   for scholarships are available at all Parks & Recre-     sibility!
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                                                       Who: Youth ages 6-10
                                                                                                                Cultural Classes with the
    Give Your Child a Head Start!                      Fee: $60.00 plus tax
                                                       Registration: Registration is required and begins        City Museum
                                                       March 1 at the Zach Gordon Youth Center. The class
                                                       is limited to the first ten participants so register
                                                       early.
                                                                                                                January 14, 15, 21, 28
                                                                                                                Halibut Hook Making Class
                                                       Youth Scholarships                                       Learn to make a traditional halibut hook with
                                                       Youth scholarships for all youth activities are avail-   Tlingit artist Donald Gregory. Donald, whose Tlingit
                                                       able through Parks and Recreation. Applications          name is Heendei, will teach the step by step pro-
                                                       for scholarships are available at all Parks & Recre-     cess of making traditional tools with cedar, spruce
                                                       ation facilities. For more information about youth       root, and bone. This class is designed for adults and
                                                       scholarships please contact Parks and Recreation at      youth 9 and over. Sharp instruments will be used.
                                                       586-5226.                                                Class size is limited to 15. Pre-registration and pre-
                                                                                                                payment required.
    What is Head Start?                                                                                         Time: 12:00 - 4:00 pm
    Head Start is a free Federal Pre-school            Special Events                                           Date: Saturday, January 14, 21, 28 and Sunday,
    program for children from low-income               All special events are open to all ages and levels of             January 15
    families. Southeast Alaska Head Start              ability unless otherwise specified. Anyone under         Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
    is operated by Central Council Tlingit             the age of 18 must have a parental or guardian sig-               Streets
    and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. Chil-           nature to participate in a Zach Gordon Youth Center      Fee:     Adults: $117.40 includes materials fee.
    dren and parents enrolled in Head Start            event. Participants are encouraged to pre-register                Children: $83.80 includes materials fee
    participate in a variety of educational            to allow for adequate planning. Volunteer race of-
    activities.                                                                                                 Contact: 586-3572
                                                       ficials are relied upon for the success of the special
                                                       events. Interested persons may call the Zach Gor-
    NOW accepting applications                         don Youth Center at 586-2635 to apply. 2006 Spe-         February 4
    Home Base: Prenatal – age 3                        cial Event Calendars are available on the CBJ Parks
    Center Base: Children must be age 3 or 4                                                                    Hearts & Flowers
                                                       & Recreation web site: www.juneau.org/parksrec.
    by Sept. 1st.                                                                                               Make gifts for your special Valentine! Instructor
                                                                                                                Anne Castle will lead children 8 and older through
    For more info. & application contact:              2006 Special Events Calendar                             a variety of activities including heart-shaped puzzle
    Katy at 1-800-344-1432 ext 7159 or                                                                          frames, tissue flowers, hydro bracelets and val-
                                                       This all-inclusive calendar is available on the CBJ
    visit our website at www.th-headstart.                                                                      entine cards. Pre-registration and pre-payment
                                                       Parks & Recreation web site: www.juneau.org/park-
    org                                                                                                         required.
                                                       srec. The calendar lists dates, contact persons and
    Mail applications to:                                                                                       Date: Saturday, February 4
                                                       other relevant information on Juneau and South-
    Tlingit & Haida Head Start                         eastern runs, bike rides, races, and skating events      Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm
    320 W. Willoughby, Suite 300                       for 2006.                                                Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
    Juneau, AK 99801                                                                                                    Streets
                                                                                                                Fee:    $7.35 plus materials fee
    You may also access our application at:            Zach Gordon Youth Center’s Annual Egg                    Contact: 586-3572
    www.th-headstart.org.
                                                       Hunt
                                                       Search for decorated and plastic eggs. The plastic
                                                       eggs have coupons or prizes.
                                                                                                                February 18
                                                       Date: Saturday, April 16, 2006                           Build Your Own Balsa Bridge
                                                       Time: 10:00 am                                           Get ready for the 11th annual Balsa Bridge Contest
Zach Gordon Youth Center                               Place: Adair/Kennedy Park (next to Floyd Dryden          this March by learning how to build a beam or truss
                                                               Middle School)                                   bridge with local engineers from the State of Alaska
                                                                                                                Department of Transportation’s Bridge Design. One
                                                       Who: Youth ages 10 and under
Spring Break Class                                                                                              of last year’s class participants won second place
                                                       Fee:    $3.00
                                                                                                                in the bridge contest! Instructors will discuss
                                                       Registration: Registration will be accepted at the
“Let Me Entertain You!”                                Zach Gordon Youth Center beginning April 3, and
                                                                                                                the strengths and weaknesses of different types
This five day class is offered during Parent/Teacher                                                            of bridges, properties of balsa wood, and simple
                                                       at the Adair/Kennedy Park beginning 9:00 am the          engineering principles. Participants will design and
Conference Week and will feature a wide variety        day of the hunt, registration closes at 9:45 a.m. All
of fun-filled games, projects and activities includ-                                                            build their own truss or beam bridge. This class is
                                                       participants need to bring a bag or basket to collect    for ages 10 and over and class size is limited. All
ing: marshmallow “Olympic Games”, candlelight          their eggs.
smores, campfire cooking, bowling at Channel Bowl,                                                              materials are provided. Pre-registration and pre-
                                                       For more information, please contact the Zach            payment required.
ice skating at Treadwell Arena, and swimming at        Gordon Youth Center at 586-2635, weekdays after
Augustus Brown Swimming Pool.                                                                                   Date: Saturday, February 18
                                                       11:00 am.
Date: Monday through Friday, March 27-31.                                                                       Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Time: 1:00 - 4:00 pm                                                                                            Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
Place: Zach Gordon Youth Center (396 Whittier                                                                            Streets
Street)                                                                                                         Fee:     $5.00
                                                                                                                Contact: 586-3572
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March 18                                               Who Wants To Be a “Mathenaire”                          Science Made Interesting
Spring into Spring                                     (Mathematics, Ages 12-Adult)                            (Gen. Science Ages 12 - Adult)
Children 8 and older are invited to spring into the    January 12 – February 11                                January 12 – February 11
new season by decorating vases, making ‘sweet’         February 15 – March 17                                  February 15 - March 17
roses and circle of pin bracelets with Anne Castle.    April 6 - May 6                                         An online Experience with Science that is easy to
Class size is limited, pre-registration and pre-pay-   After this online adventure you will not need to use    understand, exploratory in nature, and interesting
ment are required.                                     any lifelines on your road to success. Equip yourself   too! Some of the topics covered are: The Nervous
Date: Saturday, March 18                               with a higher understanding of Algebra, Geometry,       System, Chemistry, Volcanoes, Tsunamis, Electricity
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm                                   Trig and more. One day this information could be        and more. Much about the science you were afraid
Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main        worth millions!                                         to ask in a classroom setting you can enjoy one-on-
         Streets                                                                                               one from the comforts of home.
Fee:     $7.35 plus materials fee
Contact: 586-3572                                      Zipper Connection
                                                       (Mathematics, Ages 9 - 14)                              As The Sundial Turns....
                                                       January 12 – February 11                                (Social Studies, Ages 8 -13)
More Classes and Programs                              February 23 - March 23                                  February 23 – March 25
The Juneau-Douglas City Museum offers a wide           March 30 – April 29                                     April 13 - May 13
range of Saturday classes for kids and adults          Never before has math been so much fun! You             Social studies help turn the hands of time as you ex-
throughout the winter. Learn about art, culture,       will zip through problems online using the Internet     periment online with activities that help understand
and history through our short, affordable programs.    and participate in challenge puzzles with an alien.     community, state, country, continent, and planetary
Some are even free! For up-to-date information         Have you ever used animals to help with math?           relationships. Learn how to find your address on an
on new, exciting class offerings and schedules, call   Have you ever tied knots online? You will learn how     Internet map, then broaden your map knowledge
us at 586-3572, or check out our web site at www.      to do it all at The Zipper Connection. Includes: Math   by playing games with states and capitals. Figure
juneau.org/parksrec/museum.                            Computation, Graphing, Probability, Polyominoes,        out what to do when aliens travel through the solar
                                                       Critical Thinking, Counting, Numbers, Problem Solv-     system. All of this online and more As the Sundial
                                                       ing, Symmetry.                                          Turns....
Youth Scholarships
Youth art class scholarships are available from the
Parks and Recreation Department. For more infor-       Survivors; The Good, The Bad, The Ugly                  Eyes of March
mation about youth scholarships contact Parks and      (Science, Ages 9 -Adult)                                (Ages 5 - 12 designed for parent, grand-
Recreation at 586-5226. Please call the Juneau-                                                                parent, older sibling or mentor to “play”
                                                       January 12 – February 11
Douglas City Museum for ADA accommodation.
                                                       February 15 – March 17                                  with a youngster.)
                                                       March 30 – April 29                                     February 7 - March 9
                                                       Insects have survived millions of years of chang-       March 10 – April 9
Youth Online Classes                                   ing geographical environment, weather, planetary
                                                       changes, as well as human and animal predators.
                                                                                                               There are many things for the “eyes” of March to
                                                                                                               see. St. Patrick’s Day is in March. But do you know
                                                       What kinds of survivalists are they? Learn about        about St. Patrick? Let your eyes visit sites about
Registration for any of the following courses at       the good, bad and ugly participants of these survi-     this famous man and his connection to shamrocks
Nugget Mall on Sunday, January 15 2006 from            vor games, the place, the immunity challenge, the       and the Blarney stone. What is the Emerald Isle?
Noon – 3:00 pm. On going registration will be held     reward challenge and the winners.                       Where do leprechauns live? What is the connection
January16th – 20th from 8:00 – 4:30 pm at the main                                                             between rainbows and the pot of gold: The Eyes of
office of Community Schools located in the Marie                                                               March can show you!
Drake Annex, 1415 Glacier Avenue. Those needing
more information should call 523-1774. If you or
you know of anyone who has a disability and may                                                                Learning With CyberDOODLE TM
need assistance in taking this class, please call                                                              An online journey through preschool.
ORCA at 586-0104.
                                                                                                               (Age 5-7 designed for parent, grandpar-
                                                                                                               ent, older sibling or mentor to “play”
Brain Crank (Science, Ages 9-13)                                                                               online with a youngster.)
January 12 - February 11                                                                                       February 15 – March 17
February 15 - March 17                                                                                         CyberDOODLE is a special cartoon cyberguide for
April 6 - May 6                                                                                                you and your preschooler as you explore learning via
Get in gear to crank out some mind bending solu-       When Pigs Fly (Science, Ages 9 - 14)                    the World Wide Web. Activities Include: Lettering
tions to a variety of physical science dilemmas        January 25 – February 24                                not Littering (Alphabet), Analyzing Animals, Naming
online. See methods used by the Egyptians to pull      March 2 - Apri1 1                                       Numbers, Reading Readiness, and CyberDOODLE’s
large heavy boulders up an inclined plane. Take a      The crazy logic of science on the Internet! Explain     “other stuff.”
snack break with a lever and learn how to pull or      the unexplainable! This online course deals with in-
lift 5 times your weight!                              troductory science concepts and gives you a chance
                                                       to do some experiments both on and off line. Use
                                                       sliced cheese to understand fractures. What do
                                                       cheeseburgers and science have in common? Partici-
                                                       pate in online treasure hunts.
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          YOUNG ADULT/ADULT
Sports                                                 Saturday and Wednesday                                  Geraldine Straty
                                                                                                               Mary Willson
Looking to join a Basketball or Volleyball             Hikes                                                   Al Judson
                                                                                                               Denise Carroll
Team or need Players?                                  Explore local trails and trail lore in the company of
                                                                                                               Art Kolter
If you are interested in joining a team, you may       other avid hikers. Hikes are led by volunteer lead-
                                                       ers. To find out destination information, departure     Mart Zahn
place your name on a waiting list at the Parks and
                                                       times, and other pertinent information, call 586-       Brenda Johnson
Recreation office located on the second floor of the
                                                       0428.                                                   Sharon Paker
Municipal Building (155 South Seward Street) or by
telephone at 586-5226. If you are looking for ad-
ditional players for your team, make sure to check     The risks of outdoor activities, both apparent and
the waiting list at the Parks and Recreation office.   unforeseen, may be reduced by following these
                                                       guidelines: (1) use proper clothing and equipment;      History & Art Classes with
Juneau Parks and Recreation Coed
                                                       (2) be in good health and physical condition; (3)
                                                       notify the leader of any medical or physical limita-
                                                                                                               the City Museum
Volleyball League                                      tions; and (4) travel with the group and abide by
                                                                                                               January 14, 15, 21, & 28
The season begins mid-February and ends mid-           the decisions of the leader. The leader reserves
                                                       the right to refuse participation to anyone not in      Halibut Hook Making Class
April. If you are putting together a new team or if
you are a new manager, please visit the Parks and      compliance with the above guidelines.                   Learn to make a traditional halibut hook with
Recreation office after December 12 to pick up a                                                               Tlingit artist Donald Gregory. Donald, whose Tlingit
packet of detailed information that will assist you    Date: Every Saturday and Wednesday                      name is Heendei, will teach the step by step pro-
in forming a team. Information is also available on    Time: Meet at the trailhead at 9:30 am unless oth-      cess of making traditional tools with cedar, spruce
the Parks and Recreation web site at www.juneau.              erwise indicated                                 root, and bone. This class is designed for youth 9
org/parksrec/adult/coedvolleyball.php                  Who: All ages may participate in Hikes. Partici-        and over. Sharp instruments will be used. Class size
                                                              pants under the age of 18 must be accompa-       is limited to 15. Pre-registration and pre-payment
                                                              nied by a parent or guardian.                    required.
                                                       Fee: Free unless otherwise indicated                    Time: 12:00 - 4:00 pm
                                                       For departure time and destination announcement,        Date: Saturday, January 14, 15, 21 & 28
                                                       please call the Parks and Recreation recorded Hike      Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
                                                       Hotline message at 586-0428.                                    Streets
                                                                                                               Fee: Adults: $117.40 includes materials fee.
                                                                                                                       Children: $83.80 includes materials fee
                                                       Friends of the Hike Program                             Contact: 586-3572
                                                       The Juneau Parks and Recreation Department is
                                                       accepting donations from individuals and businesses
Volleyball Officials                                                                                           March 11
                                                       to help support the CBJ hike program. Public
Officials are needed for the adult volleyball sea-     hikes and ski/snowshoe tours are led year ‘round        Women’s History Month
sons. If you are interested or have any questions,
please call Parks and Recreation at 586-5226 or stop
                                                       by veteran volunteers who educate as they lead.         Storytelling Workshop
                                                       Donations will be used to help offset the costs of      In celebration of Women’s History Month, join sto-
by our office, located on the second floor of the      the program such as staffing, printing, and advertis-
Municipal Building (155 South Seward Street) and                                                               ryteller Anne C. Fuller in an interactive workshop
                                                       ing. Donations may be sent to: Friends of the Hike      all about storytelling! Sharing stories is one of the
pick up an application.                                Program, Zach Gordon Youth Center, 155 S. Seward        oldest social activities and one of the best ways to
                                                       St., Juneau, AK 99801.                                  connect with people. Bring an interesting anecdote
Coed Volleyball Team Registration                                                                              about a woman (You? Your mother? Someone you
There must be a minimum of six players per team                                                                met on the bus?) and learn to turn it into a fun and
                                                       Thanks, Hike Leaders & Co-Leaders!                      entertaining story. Come hear stories about fasci-
(three male; three female) with a seven-player fee     Willette Janes
required at the time of registration.                                                                          nating women and share your own stories to inspire
                                                       Pam Bergeson                                            others. This workshop is open to youth ages 12 and
Registration Date: Thursday, January 12, 2006
                                                       Bob Armstrong                                           older and adults. Pre-registration required.
Time: 5:00 pm
                                                       Bob Garrison                                            Date: Saturday, March 11
Place: Assembly Chambers (155 South Seward
                                                       Carolyn Gould                                           Time: 12:00 - 3:00 pm
       Street)
                                                       Chris Smyth                                             Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
Who: Males and females, 15 years of age and older
                                                       Daisy Davenport                                                 Streets
       as of February 13, 2006
                                                       Sally Willson                                           Fee: Free
Fee: Team Fee: Division 1A/1B $203.00 (includes
       tax), Team Fee: All other Divisions $302.00     Laurie Lamm                                             Contact: 586-3572
       (includes tax), Player Fee: All Divisions       Ed and Linda Mills
       $31.50 (includes tax)                           Richard Renniger
                                                       Frances Still
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April 1                                                 Adult Classes                                             Colonics: what can they do for me?
How to Exhibit Your Work                                                                                          Bowel dysfunction may be the root cause of a multi-
                                                        Registration for any of the following courses at          tude of chronic health problems. Colon hydrothera-
Artists of all levels are invited to attend this one-
                                                        Nugget Mall on Sunday, January 15 2006 from Noon          pies greatest importance is in eliminating toxins
day workshop on exhibiting work. Learn to docu-
                                                        – 3:00 pm. On going registration will be held Janu-       from the colon, in relieving stress on the liver, and
ment artwork with Mark Daughhetee, a local artist
                                                        ary 16th – 20th from 8:00 – 4:30 pm at the main           in improving lymphatic and capillary function. Your
and Curator of Exhibitions at the Alaska State
                                                        office of Community Schools located in the Marie          colon, together with the kidneys, lungs and skin are
Museum. Local artist Noelle Dersé will discuss tips
                                                        Drake Annex, 1415 Glacier Avenue. Those needing           responsible for eliminating waste from the body.
and techniques for preparing a portfolio and our
                                                        more information should call 523-1774. If you or          But over time, your colon may lose its ability to
Curator of Collections and Exhibits, Ellen Carrlee,
                                                        you know of anyone who has a disability and may           properly eliminate all waste from the gastrointes-
will discuss methods for hanging work.
                                                        need assistance in taking this class, please call         tinal tract due to a combination of poor diet, and
Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm (with a break for lunch)
                                                        ORCA at 586-0104.                                         lifestyle. If this happens, the colon may become
Date: Saturday, April 1
                                                                                                                  saturated with harmful toxins. Toxins break down
Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
                                                                                                                  the protective lining of the colon and are transport-
        Streets                                         Naturopathic Care                                         ed by the blood to the liver and kidneys for further
Fee: TBA                                                Thyroid: how is it affecting my health?                   filtering. When these organs cannot handle the
Contact: 586-3572                                       Have you ever suspected that you have a thyroid           overload of toxins, they are distributed throughout
                                                        imbalance but have been told that your levels are         the entire body. This may lead to the conditions of
                                                        within normal limits or borderline? Have you ever         toxemia and autointoxication resulting in degenera-
More Classes and Programs                               been diagnosed with depression, Bi-polar Disease,         tion and illness. Kristin Cox is the instructor, a Na-
Throughout the winter, the Juneau-Douglas City          SAD, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?              turopathic Doctor who has been practice in Alaska
Museum offers a wide range of Saturday classes          Tired? Have trouble losing weight? Constipated?           for four years.
for youth and adults as well as programs for the        Cold? Being treated for elevated cholesterol levels?      Date: February 6
whole family! Learn about art, culture, and his-        Hair falling out? Have achey muscles and joints or        Day: Monday
tory through our short, affordable programs. Some       carpal tunnel syndrome? Heavy or irregular men-
are even free! For up-to-date information on new,                                                                 Time: 6:30-9:00 pm
                                                        strual periods? Polycystic Ovarian Disease, infertility   Location: Juneau Douglas High School
exciting offerings at the City Museum, call us at       or history of miscarriage? Lack of libido? Ringing in
586-3572, or check out our web site at:                                                                           Cost: $9.00
                                                        the ears? You might have a thyroid condition. The
www.juneau.org/parksrec/museum.                         thyroid can affect every aspect of health and well-
                                                        being. Feel your best, come learn how to effec-           Martial Qi Gong
                                                        tively test for and treat thyroid conditions. Kristin
Youth Scholarships                                      Cox is the instructor, a Naturopathic Doctor who has
                                                                                                                  Class will include Wei Dan (external) and Nei Dan
Youth art class scholarships are available from the                                                               (internal). Tai Chi Qi Gong and Ba Gua Circle Walk
                                                        been practice in Alaska for four years.
Parks and Recreation Department. For more infor-                                                                  Qi Gong for building Qi (Chi) will also be taught.
                                                        Date: January 23
mation about youth scholarships contact Parks and                                                                 Hsing Yi 5 element forms and Hsing Yi Nei Gong
                                                        Day: Monday                                               will be used for the tuning and building of martial
Recreation at 586-5226. Please call the Juneau-
                                                        Time: 6:30-9:00 pm                                        Qi. Tongzi Gong, used for balancing soft and hard
Douglas City Museum for ADA accommodation.
                                                        Location: Juneau Douglas High School                      energies: to purify and nourish the Qi. Classes will
                                                        Cost: $9.00                                               entail constant movement.
                                                                                                                  Instructor Greg Hayes has over 35 years of martial
                                                                                                                  arts training, most recently under Wong Jack Man of
                                                        Diabetes: natural prevention and                          San Francisco.
                                                        treatment                                                 Dates: January 25 - April 12
                                                        Diabetes is the third leading cause of death in the       Day: Wednesday
                                                        US, and is a leading cause of blindness. Type II          Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
                                                        diabetes is being diagnosed in epidemic proportions       Location: Juneau Douglas High School
                                                        in the US and the age of onset is dropping danger-        Cost: $63.00
                                                        ously low. We will review the basics of diabetes,
                                                        type I and II, and learn how to control diabetes
                                                        naturally. Type II diabetes and all of its debilitating   Kung Fu
                                                        complications are all 100% preventable naturally.         Hsing Yi (based on the 5 elements of acupuncture),
                                                        Learn how to halt the insidious progression from          Pa Kua (Ba Gua), advanced Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and
                                                        weight gain, insulin resistance/”syndrome X”/meta-        meditation. Advanced students may learn combat
                                                        bolic syndrome to Type II diabetes. Kristin Cox is        combinations, praying mantis, northern shaolin, lo-
                                                        the instructor, a Naturopathic Doctor who has been        han, and golden bell (internal iron shirt). Previous
                                                        practice in Alaska for four years.                        martial arts experience required.
                                                        Date: January 30                                          Instructor Greg Hayes has over 35 years of martial
                                                        Day: Monday                                               arts training, most recently under Wong Jack Man of
                                                        Time: 6:30-9:00pm                                         San Francisco.
                                                        Location: Juneau Douglas High School                      Dates: January 25 – April 12
                                                        Cost: $9.00                                               Day: Wednesday
                                                                                                                  Time: 8:00-9:30 pm
                                                                                                                  Location: Juneau Douglas High School
                                                                                                                  Cost: $63.00
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                                                       JUDO-THE GENTLE WAY                                     Rainforest Yoga Classes
                                                       Judo, an Olympic sport since 1964, was founded by       All classes meet at Rainforest Yoga, 174 South
                                                       Professor Igor Kano in 1882. Judo is the Japanese       Franklin, Suite 202, Downtown Juneau.
                                                       way of wrestling. A student will be taught tech-        For a full listing of classes and upcoming workshops
                                                       niques such as throwing, falling, and pinning.          visit our website at www.rainforestyoga.org.
                                                       Marcus Shuffle, third degree black belt and interna-    Yoga Immersion (6-week series)
                                                       tional competitor, will be instructing. This class is   A 6-week intensive class that meets three mornings
                                                       dedicated to make the seemingly complicated art of      a week aimed to expand your yoga practice to new
                                                       Judo understandable to any participant. This class is   levels. Each student is challenged to work at their
                                                       open to participants age 7 and up.                      own capacity. Pre-registration required. Contact
                                                       Date: January 24-April 15                               Steve 789-6392 or wolfs@gci.net.
Aikido                                                 Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday                       Dates: February 13-March 27
Aikido is a non-aggressive martial art that teaches    Time: Tu/Th, 6:00-8:00 pm, Sat. 12:00-2:00 pm           Time: Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 6:00-7:30 am
the use of movement, joint locks, and proper body
                                                       Location: Riverbend Elementary School                   Instructor: Steve Wolf
control to neutralize and defeat an attack. While
                                                       Cost: FREE                                              Cost: $180.00
non-violent, Aikido is a very effective martial art,
using circular movement to redirect the force of an
attack against the attacker, in order to unbalance     Beginning Belly Dance                                   Morning Movement and Meditation
or pin them. Aikido teaches the use of technique
to overcome disadvantages in size and muscular
                                                       Shake, Shimmy, and Roll! Learn basic movements          (6-week series)
                                                       and dance in a fun and supportive atmosphere. In-       This class is a practice in Kundalini Yoga, helping ad-
strength. Beginners and advanced students train
                                                       structors Ann and Phyllis are lifelong dancers with a   just the body mind and spirit to the seasonal shift.
together.
                                                       passion for belly dance and Middle Eastern music.       All levels of experience welcome. Contact Grace at
Chris Keller has been teaching Aikido in Juneau
                                                       Ann Rosen and Phyllis Scott each have 20 years ex-      789-6958 for more information.
since 1997. He has studied Aikido for more than
                                                       perience in belly dance and they have been teach-       Dates: January 3- February 14
20 years. In 1990 he spent 4 months as a live-in
                                                       ing together for 4 years.                               Times: Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 am
student in Iwama Japan, at the school where Mori-
hei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, taught until his   Dates: February 1 – March 8                             Instructor: Grace Elliott
death in 1969.                                         Day: Wednesday                                          Cost: $100.00
Session: 1                                             Time: 6:15-7:45 pm
Date: January 23- March 1                              Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School
Cost: $63.00                                           Cost: $32.00                                            Deep Personal Experience of Self with
Time: 6:40-7:50 pm                                                                                             Kundalini Yoga (6-wk series)
                                                                                                               Basic Kundalini Yoga course with an emphasis on
Session: 2                                                                                                     meditation, chanting, and breathing.
Day: Monday and Wednesday                                                                                      Call 780-4051 for information.
Date: March 13-April 12                                                                                        Dates: January 3-February 14
Time: 6:40-7:50 pm                                                                                             Times: Thursdays, 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: Juneau Douglas High School                                                                           Instructors: Hari Dev Singh & Mukhya Khalsa
Cost: $53.00                                                                                                   Cost: $40.00


Kundalini Yoga for Prosperity                                                                                  The following classes will meet weekly
Through Kundalini Yoga (the yoga of Awareness) you                                                             from January-March. Drop-ins are
will explore the inner wealth that comes from a                                                                welcome. Costs for these classes are:
deep sense of understanding the flow of life. The                                                              $10 (for a 1 hr. class), $12 (for a 1 ½ hr.
inner fulfillment you create and experience gener-
                                                       Beginning Yoga                                          class)
ates the outer fulfillment needed to live in this
world. The qualities that lead to prosperity also      This class will focus on learning basic standing
allow us to survive with our humanity intact even      poses, breathing techniques, and relaxation. Please     Beginning Hatha Yoga
when our world seems to be falling apart. Through      wear comfortable stretchy clothing, bring a blan-
the technology of breath, chant, active mediation,                                                             A class designed to introduce the new student to
                                                       ket, and a yoga mat. Participants are required to
and the science of Kundalini Yoga, you will find the                                                           the fundamentals of hatha yoga, with a focus on ba-
                                                       provide their own yoga sticky mat (available for
tools for wellness and gratitude that can change the                                                           sic standing poses and gentle stretching and breath
                                                       purchase locally for $15 - $30)
course of your life and destiny. Students may pur-                                                             awareness.
                                                       Ann Rosen has practiced yoga for 6 years and com-
chase textbook and tape from instructor. Students                                                              Times: Sundays, 10:00-11:30 am
                                                       pleted yoga instructor training in February. This is
should bring 2 blankets and a water bottle to class.                                                           Instructor: Louanne Christian
                                                       the second series of yoga classes she has taught for
Susan Clark (Harimander/Sushma) is an accredited       Community Schools.
teacher of Kundalini Yoga and BreathWalk and has       Dates: February 1 – March 8
taught in Juneau for the past 9 years.
                                                                                                               Hatha Yoga Level 1/2
                                                       Day: Wednesday
Date: February 8 – March 29                                                                                    The fundamentals of Hatha Yoga are taught with an
                                                       Time: 8:00-9:00 pm                                      emphasis on standing poses. Students will be intro-
Day: Wednesday                                         Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School                    duced to handstands, shoulder stands, headstands,
Time: 6:15 – 7:45 pm                                   Cost: FREE (Class size is limited)                      and backbends.
Location: Juneau Douglas High School
                                                                                                               Times: Mondays, 5:30-7:00 pm
Cost: $42.00
                                                                                                               Instructor: Louanne Christian
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Yoga -Level 1/2                                          Beginning Stained Glass Techniques                        Mandarin Play Group for Kids up to age 9
Stretch, breathe, and deepen your practice at your       During this eight week course all basic skills will       This will be an informal play group for parents who
noon hour.                                               be taught. One leaded and one copper foiled               wish to expose their younger children to the Man-
Times: Tuesdays, 12:05-12:55 pm                          project will be completed by each participant.            darin language. Emphasis is on exposing the kids to
Instructor: Steve Wolf                                   Safe practice is emphasized. Pregnant and nurs-           the true tones of the Mandarin language and simple
                                                         ing women are discouraged by the instructor from          vocabulary such as numbers, naming body parts and
                                                         participating in this class. In addition to class fees,   furniture, learning food names, and how to express
Hatha Yoga Level 2                                       necessary tools, equipment and supplies will cost         basic greetings. This will be achieved through play-
In this class students will build on the fundamentals    approximately $300.00, including a $25.00 supply          ing games, listening to music with Mandarin words,
and be introduced to variations of standing and          fee to be paid to the instructor. The class is limited    and learning songs. We will have a Mandarin speak-
seated poses, as well as inversions and backbends.       to 8 students. Successful completion of this course       er at each session and also use videos. Lisa Oberle
Not suitable for beginners.                              requires four or more hours of work outside of class      has been a pre-school teacher for many years and is
Times: Sundays, 8:00-9:30 am                             each week. Donna Pagenkopf, owner of Living Color         the mother of two adopted Chinese daughters.
Instructor: Rhonda Jenkins Gardinier                     Stained Glass Supplies in Juneau, has been working        Dates: January 28- April 15
                                                         in stained glass since 1990.                              Day: Saturday
                                                         Dates: February 2 – March 23                              Time: 3:00-4:00 pm
Hatha Yoga Level 2/3                                     Day: Thursday                                             Location: Harborview Elementary School
This is a more vigorous class allowing students to       Time: 6:30-9:30 pm                                        Cost: FREE
practice variations and more complex poses. Stu-         Location: Juneau Douglas High School
dents should be confident in standing poses and the      Cost: $84.00
rudiments of inversions and backbends. Not suitable                                                                INTRODUCTION TO TLINGIT LANGUAGE
for beginners.                                                                                                     Learn everyday conversation phrases to speak in
Times: Wednesdays, 5:30 - 7:00 pm                        Advanced Stained Glass Technique – Flat                   your home or classroom. This class will teach you
Instructor: Bev Ingram                                   Panel Lamp Shade                                          how to count, introduce yourself, and use Tlingit
                                                         Participants must be skilled in glass cutting, foil-      language to sign songs or give simple directions to
                                                         ing, and foil soldering. Participants must be able        children.
PARTNER YOGA on Valentine’s Day                          to participate in all class sessions. One panel of the    Scholarships are available for families with stu-
Bring a friend or partner to this fun practice.          participant’s choice will be constructed.                 dents in the Juneau School District Tlingit Culture,
Experience and learn a series of partner stretches;      The five-session will meet for instruction every          Language and Literacy Program, and Juneau School
practice some simple adjustments, and open your          other week. Instructor is Donna Pagenkopf.                District teachers who would like to bring Tlingit
heart to a wider perspective.                                                                                      language into their classrooms.
Times: Tuesday, February 14th 5:30-7 pm                  Dates: January 31, February 14, 28 and                    Date: January 24 - February 28
Instructors: Bev Ingram and Steve Wolf                          March 14, 28                                       Day: Tuesday
                                                         Day: Tuesday                                              Time: 6:00 -7:00 pm
                                                         Time: 6:30-9:30 pm                                        Location: Harborview Elementary School
MANAGE STRESS NATURALLY                                                                                            Cost: $21.00
                                                         Location: Juneau Douglas High School
Humans have the capacity to use at least 53 natural
                                                         Cost: $53.00
senses, to our detriment we spend about 95% of our
lives involved with 3 or 4 of these senses, and only                                                               BEGINNING SPANISH 1
about 1% of our lives consciously connected with         Advanced Stained Glass Technique-“Tif-                    This fun and interactive class is designed for adults
the natural system that sustains us and of which we                                                                who have no prior experience with Spanish. Stu-
are a part. Is it any wonder that we feel stressed       fany Style”, Lamp Shade or Base, Part 1
                                                                                                                   dents will learn practical, everyday vocabulary
much of the time? Our nature deficit disordered          Construction of the participant’s choice of a “Tif-
                                                                                                                   needed to carry on simple yet meaningful conversa-
lives cause most of the stress. Through a proven,        fany Style” lamp shade or base on a shaped mold.
                                                                                                                   tions, as well as vocabulary needed when you travel
safe, nature-connecting process you can learn to         Participants must be skilled in glass cutting, foiling,
                                                                                                                   to a Spanish speaking country.
reconnect with missing parts of yourselves, leading      and foil soldering. Participants must be able to
                                                                                                                   Amy Witt is a certified Spanish teacher and taught
to stress relief and self-esteem enhancement.            participate in all class sessions.
                                                                                                                   Spanish at UAS for six years. She is currently the
Carol Biggs is the instructor. She is a self publisher   The class will meet for three sessions during the
                                                                                                                   owner of Comprende Spanish School, which offers
of 2 edible/medicinal plant pocket trail guides,         Winter/Spring Community Schools Session. Class
                                                                                                                   Spanish to persons of all ages.
nature author/photographer, and naturalist and has       will continue during the Fall Session in 2006. In the
                                                                                                                   Date: January 23- February 27
a M.S. Ecopsychology.                                    interim, participants will complete all glass cutting
                                                         and foiling so that actual construction of the lamp       Day: Monday
                                                         shade or base will be completed during the Fall ses-      Time: 7:00-9:00 pm
Date: April 9 - 16                                                                                                 Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School
                                                         sion. Instructor is Donna Pagenkopf.
Day: Sunday                                                                                                        Cost: $42.00
                                                         Dates: February 7, 21 and March 7
Time: 1:00-3:30 pm
                                                         Day: Tuesday
Location: Mendenhall River Community School
                                                         Time: 6:30-9:30 pm
Cost: $18.00                                                                                                       BEGINNING SPANISH II
                                                         Location: Juneau Douglas High School
Supply Cost: $15.00                                                                                                This fun and interactive class is designed for adults
                                                         Cost: $32.00
                                                                                                                   who have very basic Spanish students will continue
                                                                                                                   to learn conversational Spanish and increase their
                                                                                                                   vocabulary. Amy Witt is the instructor.
                                                                                                                   Date: March 6-April 10
                                                                                                                   Day: Monday
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Time: 7:00-9:00 pm                                      BEGINNER AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE BY                         but because I also enjoy tying them. I believe you
Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School                    ROBIN BRENNER                                              will also. In addition with just intuitive modifica-
Cost: $42.00                                                                                                       tions in size, color and materials they may well be
                                                        The class will be a beginning American Sign Lan-
                                                                                                                   the only flies you need in your fly box for anywhere
                                                        guage. We will cover the basics of signing and finger
                                                                                                                   you fish: Juneau included.
                                                        spelling. Several topics will be covered such as
Mini Albums                                             introductions to deaf, family, home and community.         Bring vise, scissors and bobbin and I will supply
Come and learn one of the hottest trends in scrap                                                                  hooks, thread and materials. I plan to demo just
                                                        Robin Brenner is working on finishing her associate
booking—Mini Albums. Students will put together                                                                    one fly each night so even if you have absolutely
                                                        degree at UAS and planning to continue college to
one mini album and take home enough materials to                                                                   no experience at all you will be able to tie the fly
                                                        become an interpreter for the deaf here in Juneau.
make a second mini album.                                                                                          properly with correct technique, expert style and
                                                        She has been signing for about five years and has
Gina Shirey-Potts is the instructor. Gina has been                                                                 proportion. More experienced tiers may devote
                                                        taught classes to adults and children during her free
teaching for Community Schools for over 5 years.                                                                   any remaining time to tie more copies of each fly
                                                        time.
Date: March 6                                                                                                      in order to fill up their fly box or they may experi-
                                                        Date: January 26 - April 30
Day: Monday                                                                                                        ment with suggested or original variations on the
                                                        Day: Thursday                                              evening’s featured fly.
Time: 6:30-9:00 pm                                      Time: 6:00-7:30 pm                                         Instructor, Tony Soltys, has tied flies since 1954 and
Location: Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School                 Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School                       has fly fished in Juneau since 1977. He has caught
Cost: $9:00                                             Cost: $63.00                                               more than seventy species of fish on flies he has
Supply Fee: $10.00                                                                                                 tied himself. Tony believes there are two choices.
                                                                                                                   Carry a multitude of flies feature in fly shops and fly
                                                        Beginning Guitar/ Intermediate Guitar                      fishing catalogues in which case you should also buy
Spring Card Clinic                                      Develop advanced skills and techniques for playing         a wheel barrel to carry them around or just carry a
Students will make 5 cards each of 4 designs for a      the guitar. Share music and styles, learn new songs,       few of the great ones we will be tying.
total of 20 cards. The cards will have a springtime     challenge classical songs, and develop a classical         Date: March 21, 23, and 28
theme and feature a variety of different stamp-         style. Instructor Terry Anderson has been teaching         Days: Tuesday, Thursday
ing techniques. Come get prepared for the Spring        guitar for Community Schools for 15 years. He has
season.                                                                                                            Time: 7:00 -9:00 pm
                                                        been a song writer for Hilltop Records in Hollywood,
Gina Shirey-Potts is the instructor. Gina has been                                                                 Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School
                                                        Calif.
teaching for Community Schools for over 5 years.                                                                   Cost: $21.00
                                                        Date: January 25- April 12
Date: April 10                                                                                                     Supply Fee: $15.00
                                                        Days: Wednesday
Day: Monday                                             Beginning: 6:30-7:30 pm
Time: 6:30-9:00 pm                                      Intermediate: 7:30-8:30 pm                                 BEGINNING COMPUTERS
Location: Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School                 Place: Floyd Dryden Middle School                          Learn from the start. How to turn it on, get to the
Cost: $9:00                                             Cost: $42.00                                               internet, send e-mail, word processing, basic uses
Supply Fee: $25.00                                                                                                 for the computer. There will be more advanced
                                                                                                                   computer use using tabs, paragraph commands and
                                                        Fly Fishing 101                                            much more.
BEGINNER AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE BY                      If you are considering the sport of fly fishing, or        Instructor Michael O’Hollaren is a 20 year veteran
BRENDA STEARNS                                          have taken it up recently, come join us to learn how       on both PC and Apple Macintosh Computers. He has
This beginner class is for you. If you’ve always        to fish local waters. You will be shown which rods,        taught basic computer use through more advanced
wanted to know basic sign language to begin “talk-      reels, lines, leaders, knots, flies and related equip-     applications such as Photo Shop, In Design. He is an
ing” to a deaf friend or family member- come and        ment are appropriate for Juneau. This information          accomplished digital artist and has taught at adult,
join us. Anyone who comes in contact with the           can save you time, money, and possible frustration;        high school and college levels.
deaf,-teachers, police, emergency workers, retail       and most importantly show how to enjoy fly fishing.        Session 1
etc. will find the basic communication skills learned   If you are not yet sure, these two sessions can also       Date: January 26-March 2
here fundamental and very helpful. You will learn       help you to determine if you want to pursue the
                                                                                                                   Session 2
greetings, colors, ABC’s and “small Talk.”              sport. You may bring equipment in for an unbiased
                                                                                                                   Date: March 9-April13
Brenda Stearns just moved to Juneau from Ohio this      opinion during the second meeting. Instructor, Tony
                                                        Soltys, has taught the course for over nine years. He      Day: Thursday
September. For the past 10 years she has been an
                                                        has fished in Juneau’s waters since 1977.                  Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
educational interpreter for a college in Ohio. She
has an A.A.S. in manual communication. She is also      Dates: March 7 and 9                                       Location: Juneau Douglas High School
NAD/RID certified. She became interested in signing     Days: Tuesday and Thursday                                 Cost: $42.00 per session
because both great Aunt and Uncle were both deaf.       Time: 7-9 pm
Session 1                                               Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School
Date: January 26-March 2                                Cost: $14.00
Session 2
Date: March 9-April 13
Day: Thursday                                           FLY TYING
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm                                      Learn to tie three of the all-time greatest flies: flies
Location: Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School                 that catch all species of fish not only here in Juneau
Cost: $42.00 per session                                but also nearly anywhere in the world you might
                                                        travel to fly fish.
                                                        In three sessions we will tie my three favorite flies.
                                                        They are my favorites not only because catch fish
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BIRDING FOR BEGINNERS                                   Sign up as an individual or join together as a team              Solar System Savvy (Astronomy Ages 10
About 275 species of birds have been observed           (in groups up to 10 people, please indicate team                 - Adult)
in Juneau. Learn how to identify, select and use        members and team name when registering). Points
                                                                                                                         January 18 – February 17
binoculars, and use in field guides. This course is     are tracked via an online tracking system.
                                                                                                                         March 30 – April 29
for absolute beginners of all ages and includes some    Instructor: Jerry Oman, United Wellness Institute.
                                                                                                                         An online adventure into the solar system and the
hands-on fun. If you already have them, bring your      Date: April 17-May 28
                                                                                                                         galaxy in which we reside. Have you ever wished
binoculars and bird field guides. If not, wait to       Location: Online                                                 you knew more about planets, the solar system,
make your purchase until after this workshop.           Cost: $40.00 per participant                                     galaxies, and black holes but didn’t want to take a
Date: March 29                                                                                                           test about them? This is the fun online experience
Day: Wednesday                                                                                                           for you. Explore the wonders of space through the
Time: 6:30-9:00 pm
Location: Floyd Dryden Middle School                    Adult Online Classes                                             Internet from your own home.

Cost: FREE                                              Registration for any of the following On Line courses
                                                        at the Nugget Mall on Sunday January 15, 2006 from               Announcing Asteroids (Science, Ages 11
                                                        noon -3:00pm. On going registration will be held                 - Adult)
TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: A                         January 16th-20th from 8:00-4:30pm at the main                   January 12 - February 11
LECTURE SERIES ABOUT WILDLIFE OF THE                    office of Community Schools located in the Marie                 February 15 - March 17
MENDENHALL WETLANDS                                     Drake Annex, 1415 Glacier Avenue. Those needing                  April 6 - May 6
Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists           more information should call 523-1774.                           A big one destroyed the dinosaurs. Will another one
and local experts will present lectures on a variety    Cost per course will be $40.00                                   strike someday? Become enlightened about these
of wildlife-related topics every Wednesday eve-         To register for any of the following On Line Courses             flying chunks of rocks that have hit in the past.
ning during the month of April. The series is being     you must have access to the internet.                            Discover where on Earth they have landed. Learn
offered both to the general public and to teach-                                                                         about a spacecraft landing on the asteroid Eros and
ers wishing to enhance their science classroom           *************************************************************   much more.
instruction. Graduate credit is available to teach-
ers participating in the entire series, including 4               Stargazing and Other
evening lectures and one Saturday in the field. For                                                                      Comets (Science, Ages 13 - Adult)
more information or to register for course credit,                   Celestial Stuff                                     January 12 - February 11
please contact: ADF&G Wildlife Education Special-                                                                        February 15 – March 17
ist: Kristen Romanoff at 465-4292 or send an e-mail                                                                      April 6 - May 6
to kristen_romanoff@fishgame.state.ak.us                Obscurities in
                                                                                                                         Comets have graced the sky for thousands of years.
Date: April 5-26                                        the Sky (Science/                                                Learn about these “space ice and rock balls”.
Day: Wednesday                                          Astronomy/Eclipses                                               Where do they come from and what happens as
Time: 7:00-8:30 pm                                      For Ages 11 - Adult)                                             they come closer to the sun and form their “tails”?
Location: Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School                 January 12 - February 11                                         Learn about famous comets like Hal-bopp, Halley’s
Cost: FREE (except for course credit)                   February 15 – March 17                                           and many more.
                                                        April 6 - May 6
                                                        For thousands of years                                            *************************************************************
JUNEAU SHAPE UP CHALLENGE                               obscurities in the sky
Here is the motivation you have been looking for to     (eclipses) have struck                                                               Genealogy
help you make some healthy lifestyle changes. Take      terror and wonder in the
part in this 6-week challenge that helps partici-       heart of man. In ancient
pants improve their personal health and well-being.     times they moved man                                             What is Genealogy? How Do I Use the
Earn daily and weekly points to track your prog-        to worship and were                                              Internet for Genealogy? Course 1 (Ages
ress. Points are earned through balanced nutrition      used by spiritual leaders to convince the masses
(fruits and veggies each day, drinking water, etc.)
                                                                                                                         12 - Adult)
                                                        of his spiritual power. Learn about Solar and Lunar              January 11 - February 10
and physical activity (exercising, walking, etc) and    Eclipses and their effect on humankind of the past,
tracked via an online system. You can compare your                                                                       February 15 – March 17
                                                        the present and the future.
progress with others, compete individually or within                                                                     March 22 – April 21
teams. Participants will be honored in categories                                                                        Learn how to trace your family history using the
such as most points and most improved and will          Stargazing--Virtual Reality Style (Ages 10                       Internet. This is an online course for persons new
be eligible for prizes (i.e. t-shirts, pedometers,      - Adult)                                                         to Genealogy and or the Internet. The instructor
etc). A comprehensive wellness guide included with                                                                       is very patient and leads newcomers through the
                                                        February 15 – March 17
registration will provide you with tips on nutrition,                                                                    Internet with ease. Those who prefer a faster pace
recipes, fitness, and activities.                       March 30 – April 29                                              are able to do so because the course is self-paced.
Through diet and exercise, you can feel better, lose    If the skies are cloudy all night where you live or              The course is purposely long in order to offer much
weight, improve mental and physical health, and         if you enjoy looking and learning about the night                to the very beginner to genealogy as well as the
reduce the risk of high blood pressure, high choles-    skies, this is a fun online course for you. You don’t            experienced genealogist who is new to the Internet.
terol, diabetes, and heart disease.                     have to worry about the weather or city lights. Just             It covers: 1. Charts and Forms and How to Acquire
                                                        put on some comfortable clothes, log on to the                   Information for Them. 2. Popular Genealogical
It is fun and anyone can do it! Walkers can earn the
                                                        course and enjoy stargazing --virtual reality style!             Sites. 3. Surname Sites. 4. Search Engine Tips. 5.
same number of points as marathoners!
                                                        Includes stars and constellations.                               Mailing Lists and Photographs. 6. Organizing Your
Challenge family, friends or co-workers! Improve
your and your family’s health!                                                                                           Data. 7. Comparing Computer Software
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Where to Find Specific Genealogical                              edge about tornado chasing with a storm chaser                   Using Your Digital Camera (Ages 13 -
Information on the Internet Course 2                             simulation.                                                      Adult)
(Ages 13 - Adult)                                                                                                                 January 17 – February 16
                                                                  *************************************************************   February 21 – March 23
February 22 - March 24
March 29 - April 28                                                                                                               April 6 - May 6
An online course that provides a variety of activi-
                                                                            Unsolved Mysteries                                    So, you have a digital camera! Now what do you do
ties for those needs that comes after longer periods                                                                              with it? Explore different ways to use these marvel-
of researching. Participants learn how to find the                                                                                ous devices for home, school, work and play. At the
                                                                 Unsolved Mysteries and the Unexplained                           same time you will also learn about the hardware
“unusual” and “miscellaneous” on the Internet. It
covers: 1. Simple Research Tools and Techniques 2.               (Ages 13 - Adult)                                                and software on your computer and how to utilize
Vital Records: Birth, Adoption, Marriage and Death.              January 12 - February 11                                         them for the best digital photographs. One to one
3. Census, Tax and Land Records. 4. Maps, Ga-                    February 15 - March 17                                           interaction with instructor.
zettes, Atlases, City Directories, County Histories.             April 6 - May 6
5. Military Records. 6. Native Americans, African                Review controversies about the Abominable Snow
Americans, Hispanics. 7. Religious Groups.                       Man, Lock Ness Monster, Ball Lightning, Lake Cham-               Using Your Scanner
                                                                 plain Creature, Stonehenge and Black Holes. Ex-                  January 24 – February 23
                                                                 plore what happened to Amelia Earhardt and other                 March 2 – April 1
Advanced Genealogical Research Using                             unexplained happenings.                                          April 11 - May 11
the Internet Course 3 (Ages 14 – Adult)                                                                                           With a scanner you can do all kinds of fun and cool
*Prerequisite Genealogical Course 2                               *************************************************************   stuff with images and photos. Get the hang of scan-
March 1 – 30                                                                                                                      ning from installation to operation basics, to editing
April 5 - May 5                                                                                                                   tricks and more. One-to-one interaction with the
This is an online course gives specific Internet                                                                                  instructor helps you learn on your own scanner.
sources for a variety of needs. It covers: Ship
Passenger Lists, Immigration and Naturalization,
American Migration Trails, and Homestead Applica-
                                                                                                                                  Basic Photo Editing (Ages 13 - Adult)
tions. How to find mental patients, prisoners, school                                                                             January 26 - February 25
students, teachers, freemason and female ancestors                                                                                March 7 - April 6
as well as records from CCC and WPA workers, U.S.                                                                                 Learn to do things with all the digital pictures you
Marshals, F.B. I. and Secret Service officials. Find-                                                                             have. Get ideas and advice on taking and creating
ing divorce records, using family Bibles, journals                                                                                high quality photographs. Learn to use images with
and diaries. Studying handwriting, planning family               Computer/Internet/Photography                                    projects for fun, home, school or business. One to
                                                                                                                                  one interaction with the instructor.
reunions, making scrapbooks, DNA, medical geneal-
ogy and more.
                                                                 How to Use the Internet--The Basics--                            The Magic World of the Internet (Ages 13
World Genealogy Course 4* (Ages 15 -                             Course 1 (Ages 14 - Adult)                                       -Adult)
Adult)                                                           January 19 – February 18
                                                                                                                                  January 25 – February 24
                                                                 February 28 – March 30
*Prerequisite Genealogical Courses 1 and/                                                                                         March 30 – April 29
                                                                 April 6 - May 6
or 2, and/or 3                                                   This is a course for “newbies” to the technologi-
                                                                                                                                  Visit a variety of the best websites, G Rated for
April 4 - May 4                                                                                                                   adults and children. You will explore everything
                                                                 cal world of the Internet. It is a self paced, basic,            from Asteroid sites to Zebra sites and everything
Searching the world for your ancestors can be a bit              online course that is easy to follow. Topics covered             in between. Students will locate sites with recipes
intimidating. Course 4 is a good start in this endeav-           are: Introduction to Cyberspace, Vocabulary and                  and crafts, sites about genealogy and lighthouse
or. This online course uses skills learned in previous           Practice, Netiquette, E-Mail, Search Engines and                 exploration, sites about social studies, science,
courses to do research on and off line in more than              How to Surf. It is appropriate for a 14 year old or a            math, photography, gardening and much more. You
52 countries around the world. Seeking genealogi-                114 year old! It’s never too late to learn how to use            can even submit a subject to the instructor and
cal information, participants will work, one to one,             the Internet! Completion Certificates are available              sites will be found for you to visit. Sign up now to
with the instructor, at a self-paced speed, online               upon request. Good for Senior Citizens.                          explore the Internet from the comfort of your own
for as many days of the week as desired within the
                                                                                                                                  home.
30 day session.
                                                                 Using the Internet--Course 2* (Ages 15-
 *************************************************************   Adult)
                                                                 *Prerequisite Course 1 How to Use the Internet--The
     Storm Chasing as a Hobby                                    Basics
                                                                 March 1-30
                                                                 April 20 - May 20
Storm Chasing (For Ages 13-Adult)                                This online course is a continuation of Course 1 but
March 2 – April 1                                                more detailed and personalized. Topics include:
April 6 - May 6                                                  Details for Chat, Usenet, Listservs and Search Tech-
Learn about storms, how they form and what causes                niques. Personal interest areas will be explored.
them. Learn about clouds, storm phenomenon and                   Participants under 18 need parental permission.
what tornado chasers need to know and what they                  Completion Certificates available upon request.
do as they chase storms. Test your skills and knowl-
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       Lighthouses/Shipwrecks                                    Gardening/Landscaping/Birding                                                  Stamp Collecting
           (Ages 12 - Adult)
                                                                 Carnivorous Plants (Science, Ages 13 -                           Stamp Collecting -- The Basics (Ages 9-
Lighthouses of the Atlantic Coast                                Adult)                                                           Adult)
January 12 - February 11                                         January 18 - February 17                                         January 11 - February 10
A virtual look at the history, architecture and                  March 2 – April 1                                                February 23 - March 25
pictures of lighthouses located in Maine, New                    April 6 - May 6                                                  March 30 - April 29
Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island,                 Learn about this amazing variety of plants that                  You may want to work on a Scout Merit Badge, start
Connecticut, E. New York, New Jersey, Maryland,                  capture insects in different ways. Investigate and               a new hobby or revitalize an old one. Learn the
Delaware, Virginia, N. and S. Carolina, Georgia, E.              explore Sundews, Venus Flytraps, Pitcher Plants,                 basics of postal collecting (it’s not just stamps,
Florida and Puerto Rico.                                         and Butterworts.                                                 you know). Completion Certificates of this online
                                                                                                                                  course available upon request.

Lighthouses of the Canadian Coast                                                                                                  *************************************************************
January 18 – February 17
A virtual look at the history, architecture and                                                                                        Oceans, Beaches and Sea
pictures of lighthouses located in Eastern Canada
(Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland),                                                                                                   Creatures
Central Canada (Quebec, and Ontario), and Western
Canada (British Columbia).
                                                                                                                                  Amazing Sea Creatures (Science, Ages 11
                                                                                                                                  - Adult)
Lighthouses of the Great Lakes                                                                                                    March 2 - April 1
 February 15 – March 17                                                                                                           April 6 - May 6
A virtual look at the history, architecture and pic-             Gardening 1: Groundwork 1 (Adult)                                Many unique sea creatures live in the depths of the
tures of lighthouses located in W. New York, Penn-               January 11 – February 10                                         oceans of the Earth. Swim with us in this online ad-
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin           February 15 – March 17                                           venture. Discover the ancient coelacanth (thought
and Minnesota.                                                   March 22 - April 21                                              to be extinct), giant sea squids, the poisonous Box
                                                                 A course for: new and old gardeners, individuals                 Jellyfish and other amazing creatures of the sea.
                                                                 working to become a Master Gardener, and those
Lighthouses of the Gulf Coast                                    folks who are “just plain interested” for no particu-
March 2 - April 1                                                                                                                 Beaches (Science Ages 11 - Adult)
                                                                 lar reason. The objective of this course is to provide
A virtual look at the history, architecture and                  a general appreciation and knowledge of the basics               March 2 – April 1
pictures of lighthouses located in Texas, Louisiana,             of gardening. Before becoming a successful garden-               April 6 - May 6
Mississippi, Alabama, Western and Southern Florida.              er, you should have some groundwork knowledge.                   Discover a wealth of information about beaches,
                                                                 This course includes activities on: Beginning Botany,            how they formed, how they are shaped and how
                                                                 Soils and Plant Nutrition, Insects and Disease.                  they continue to change. What creatures inhabit
Lighthouses of the Pacific Coast                                                                                                  beaches of lakes and beaches of the seashore?
April 6 - May 6                                                                                                                   Which sea creatures have shells? Sign up now to get
A virtual look at the history, architecture and pic-             Hummingbirds (Ages 11 - Adult)                                   the answers.
tures of lighthouses located in Alaska, Washington,              March 2 – April 1
Oregon, California and Hawaii.                                   April 6 - May 6
                                                                                                                                  Coral Reef Communities (Science, Ages
                                                                 Learn about the life of hummingbirds and how na-
                                                                 ture has adapted and made these creatures unique                 13 - Adult)
Shipwrecks--The Underwater Heritage of                           little flying machines. Explore information about                March 2 – April 1
the Great Lakes                                                  types of hummingbirds and their habitats. Read                   April 6 - May 6
January 12 - February 11                                         legends, stories and myths.                                      Become intrigued with learn-
An online exploration of the history of shipwrecks in                                                                             ing about coral reefs, how
the Great Lakes. Includes questions of who, where,                                                                                they form and where they
when and why. Examine what’s left to see now, un-                Xeriscaping and Composting (For Ages 10                          are located. Look at the
der water, through dives, glass bottom boats, videos             -Adult)                                                          creatures who dwell in
and photography. A list of museums, books, songs                 March 2 - April 1                                                reef communities? Dive
and other stuff-all in one online adventure.                     April 6 - May 6                                                  in now for a virtual trip
                                                                 Water conservation and recycling awareness has                   into the Coral Reef.
                                                                 made xeriscaping and composting very popular in
                                                                 the gardening and landscape arena. Utilize a one-
                                                                 on-one instruction with this beginning online course
                                                                 to help you learn more about these procedures.
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 *************************************************************    *************************************************************   Summer Fun (Ages 13 - Adult)
                                                                                                                                  March 1 – 30
Caves, Pyramids and Mummies                                      American History, Wars, Travel                                   April 4 - May 4
                                                                                                                                  Here are all sorts of activities that you can do inside
                                                                                                                                  and outside during the summer: places to go and
                                                                 American History (Ages 12 - Adult)                               things to do, online and off line. Looking for places
                                                                 January 11 - February 10                                         to travel--get your ideas here.
                                                                 February 23 – March 25
                                                                 An online introduction to American History through
                                                                 exploration of selected sites on the Internet. An in-            National Parks (Ages 12 - Adult)
                                                                 vestigation of American patriotism and the patriots              March 2 – April 1
                                                                 who started it all. A review of American symbols                 April 6 - May 6
                                                                 and a look at historical documents and events-in a               This is an exploration of the National Parks in the
                                                                 timeline format.                                                 U.S. and the next best thing to traveling/camping
                                                                                                                                  at each one. If you are planning a trip to any of
Caves and Cave Art                                                                                                                the National Parks, take this course before leaving.
January 11 – February 10                                         Exploring the Civil War (For Ages 14 -                           Course includes National Monuments, Battlefields,
February 23 - March 25                                           Adult)                                                           Military Parks, Historical Parks and Sites, Lake-
Explore the wonderful underground world of caves.                January 25 – February 24                                         shores, Memorials, Parkways, Preserves, Reserves,
Gain a better understanding of how they form and                 March 30 - April 29                                              Recreation Areas, Rivers, Scenic Trails and Sea-
learn about the strange creatures that live there.               A wonderful self-paced online course for Civil War               shores.
View interesting cave art found in caves all over the            enthusiasts and those who want to learn more about
world.                                                           the Civil War. Explore diaries, letters, and newspa-              *************************************************************
                                                                 pers. Reenact battles and follow up commentary.

Mummies (Ages 11 - Adult)
                                                                 View photographs. Learn how to find your ancestors                              Care Giving Tips
                                                                 in the Civil War. Yankee or Rebel, you will enjoy the
January 12 - February 11                                         course.
February 15 – March 17                                                                                                            Care giving Tips (Adult) designed for
Mummies have always been an intriguing topic. We                                                                                  those who are, or will be, caregivers for
linger in museums to view one.                                                                                                    Senior Citizens.
Meet the Iceman and other “mummies” in different
                                                                                                                                  January 12 – February 11
parts of the world in this unique online adventure.
                                                                                                                                  February 15 - March 17
You will meet mummies you never knew existed.
                                                                                                                                  April 6 - May 6
                                                                                                                                  This is a course full of tips and information for
Perplexing Pyramids (Ages 10 - Adult)                                                                                             those who are, or will be, care giving for Senior
January 12 - February 11                                                                                                          Citizens. Sometimes love is not enough. Includes
February 15 – March 17                                                                                                            information on Living Arrangements, Housing and
                                                                                                                                  Transportation, Health and Nutrition, Body Changes
Located not only in Egypt, but around the world-
                                                                                                                                  and Medication, Government Programs, Insurance
even in the United States, these amazing structures
                                                                                                                                  and Legal Affairs and How to Take Care of Yourself
built long ago are still intriguing to us today. Check
                                                                                                                                  as the Caregiver. Utilize this online opportunity to
these out before you travel so you can visit some
                                                                                                                                  learn more in the privacy of your own home at your
near the area of your route. Learn the what, why,
                                                                                                                                  convenience.
where, when and how answers about these and
similar infamous archeological sites.

 *************************************************************   Luck o’ the Irish (Social Studies, Ages 8
                                                                 - Adult)
                     Volcanoes                                   January 12 – February 11
                                                                 February 15 - March 17
                                                                 An exploration of Ireland through the Internet. The
Underground Pressure Cookers (Science,                           next best thing to actually traveling to the Emerald
Volcanoes, Ages 11 - Adult)                                      Isle. If you are planning a trip to Ireland, take this
January 11 - February 10                                         course before leaving. Learn about famous places,
March 30 - April 29                                              Irish Saints and Legends, Irish Tales, Ballads, Songs
What a way to explore volcanoes-safely! We will set              and Irish Recipes. Utilize the one-to-one personal
the temperature settings to simmer, boil, fry and                instruction by a qualified instructor from the com-
broil and watch the action about volcanoes. Learn                fort of your own home.
what makes a volcano erupt and some of the most
famous eruptions in history. See how a volcano af-
fects you? Become aware of the beginning signs or
eruptions and how to prepare for them? Now is the
time to take your virtual tour and learn all about
volcanoes!
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                                    SENIORS
Events & Activities                 Contact Ellen Northup for the          Event: Sewing Circle
                                    following events: 463-6175             Location: Valley Senior Center
Activities and Events at Juneau’s                                          Date: Tuesdays
Senior Centers                                                             Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
                                    Event: Low Impact Exercise
Contact Ellen Northup, 463-6175     Location: Both Juneau Sr. Center and   Contact: Betty Cole 789-7236
for other information               Valley Sr. Center
                                    Date: Monday, Wednesday, Friday        Event: Ceramics Class
Event: Gastineau Senior Centers     Time: 10:00 am                         Location: Juneau Senior Center
Advisory Board Meets                                                       Date: Wednesdays
Location: Juneau Senior center      Event: Contract Bridge                 Time 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Date: 2nd Friday                    Location: Valley Senior Center         Contact: Betty McDonough at Sr.
Time: 1:00 pm                       Date: Mondays, Wednesdays              Center Ceramics Studio
Contact: Ellen Northup 463-6175     Time: 1:00-4:00 pm
                                                                           Other groups sponsoring Senior Citi-
                                                                           zens activities may list them in the
Event: Low Vision Support Group     Event: Pinochle Games                  Community Schedule at no cost.
Date: 3rd Friday                    Location: Juneau Senior Center         Please contact Community Schools at
Time: 1:00 pm                       Dates: Thursdays                       523-1774.
Location: Juneau Sr. Center         Time: 1:00 pm
Contact: 586-4920 SAIL

                                    Event: Art As You Like It
Event: Diabetes Support Group       Location: Valley Sr. Center
Date: 2nd Monday                    Date: Fridays
Time: 1:00 pm                       Time: 1:30pm
Location: Juneau Senior Center
Contact: Linda Wilde 796-8691
                                    Event: Cribbage
                                    Location: Juneau Senior Center
Event: Retired Teachers Meeting     Dates: Fridays
Location: Juneau Senior Center      Time: 7:00 pm
Date: 3rd Monday
 Time: 5:30 pm
                                    Event: Stitch ‘N Knit
Contact: Jim Carrol 586-6115
                                    Date: Tuesdays
                                    Time: 12:45 pm
                                    Juneau Senior Center
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                                                  FACILITIES
                                                                    Alaska Positive 2006                                            BECOME A MUSEUM VOLUNTEER:
                                                                    February 3– March 25, 2006                                      The Museum is in need of volunteers to work with school
                                                                    The biennial photography as art exhibition organized by         and other visiting groups, on the hospitality committee,
                                                                    the Alaska State Museum                                         in the Museum Store and behind the scenes Please call
                                                                                                                                    during business hours if you would like to learn more about
              Alaska State Museum                                   Alaska’s Watchable Whales
                                                                                                                                    our volunteer programs

              395 Whittier Street, Juneau, AK 99801-1718            April 29-October 14
              (907) 465-2901; FAX 465-2976
              Home Page: www museums state ak us
                                                                    Juneau photographers Mark Kelley and John Hyde show             Juneau Parks & Recreation
                                                                    pictures of humpback and killer whales
                                                                                                                                    Adoption Program
The Alaska State Museum, located in downtown Juneau,                                                                                As part of the City’s beautification efforts, Juneau Parks and
presents the history, art and culture of this great state The       Rie Muñoz Retrospective                                         Recreation has been hanging colorful flags and flowering
rich heritage of Alaska’s major Native groups is prominently        May 14 – September 23                                           baskets, as well as maintaining flower boxes, barrels, street
featured Other exhibits include a life-size eagle nesting           An overview of the career of one of Alaska’s most popular       medians, and various park sites These flags and flowering
tree, Russian America, the Alaska purchase, whaling, mining,        artists                                                         baskets are solely funded by donations from individuals,
maritime history, and statehood A children’s room pres-                                                                             organizations, and local businesses Donors wishing to offer
ents activities for the young Other galleries are devoted to        Note: Schedule is subject to change                             financial support may make contributions to the following
temporary exhibitions that change throughout the year                                                                               volunteer sponsors whom are spearheading the adoption
Currently showing:                                                                                                                  campaigns (Contributions are tax deductible )
                                                                    KIDS’ ACTIVITIES
                                                                    Workshops augment the temporary exhibit schedule and
Josephine Crumrine: Dog Portraits                                   offer opportunities for students to work with guest artists     Friends of the Flowers
through Spring 2006                                                 Dates usually coincide with teacher in-service days Watch       Parks and Recreation
This selection of pastels from the Museum’s fine art collec-        for registration flyers for workshops sent home with stu-       155 South Seward Street
tion honors the work of a popular Alaska artist who recently        dents’ school papers Details on the museum’s Web site           Juneau, Alaska 99801
passed away                                                                                                                         586-5226
                                                                    FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
Recent Acquisitions: Contemporary Alaska                            From October through March, the Museum will be open in          Flags
Art Donated by the Rasmuson Foundation                              the evening from 4:30 p m to 7 p m , with free admission,       Parks and Recreation extends special thanks to the volun-
                                                                    on the first Friday of the month Join us for one free evening   teer for installation of the flags along Egan Drive
through April 29, 2006
                                                                    each month!
For the past two years, Alaska’s Rasmuson Foundation has
been aiding Alaska museums with the purchase of contem-
                                                                                                                                    Be a Volunteer
porary Alaska artworks This show highlights choices made            DOCENT TRAINING                                                 Are you or your club or service organization looking for a
by the State Museum                                                 Docents are volunteers who work with the visiting public,       challenge? The City and Borough of Juneau, Department
                                                                    primarily giving museum tours Lectures and workshops            of Parks and Recreation, is recruiting volunteers for land-
                                                                    cover a variety of topics on Alaska history and culture and
Earth, Fire and Fibre XXV                                           are presented to prepare new volunteers to be gallery
                                                                                                                                    scaping, special event assistance, museum assistants, park
                                                                                                                                    projects and youth sports coaching Benefits include work
through January 7, 2006                                             guides as well as a refresher course for returning docents If   experience, training, socializing and community improve-
Features the best work being done in Alaska today in the            you would like information on becoming a docent, please         ment Time commitment varies with each program The di-
areas of ceramics, fiber arts, basketry, metal, paper, glass, and   call Mary Irvine at 465-4811, or email mary_Irvine@eed          vision supervisor responsible for each program will provide
wood                                                                state ak us                                                     training and orientation For more information, call Parks
                                                                                                                                    and Recreation at 586-5226
The Best of Alaska Positive: 35 Years of                            PUBLIC HOURS:
Award-winning Photographs                                           Winter hours at the Museum are 10 a m to 4 p m , Tuesday        Juneau Community Garden
December 2 – January 28, 2006                                       through Saturday Winter admission is $3 Summer hours            Garden space will be available for rent this Spring Plots are
A look at the images that took top awards in the state-wide         are 8:30 a m to 5:30 p m daily, Mid-May through mid-Sep-        10’ x 20’ at a cost of $30 per year, plus five hours of com-
photo exhibition since 1971                                         tember Summer admission is $5 00 Visitors 18 years and          munity service per plot Climbing beds are also available
                                                                    younger and members of Museum Friends are free An               at a cost of $5 per year A maximum of two plots and one
                                                                    annual pass is available for $15, giving unlimited access to    climbing bed per person/group is allowed Waiting lists are
Ice: Hal Gage Solo Exhibition                                       both the Alaska State Museum and the Sheldon Jackson            established early, but the list is always cleared by planting
February 3 – April 15, 2006                                         Museum in Sitka                                                 time The garden is located on Montana Creek Road across
Photographs by award-winning Anchorage artist                                                                                       the street from the outdoor shooting range Interested par-
                                                                                                                                    ties can contact the Juneau Community Garden Association
                                                                                                                                    at P O Box 33395, Juneau, AK 99803 or check out the Com-
                                                                                                                                    munity Garden web site at www juneau com/garden
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Zach Gordon Youth Center                                         Family Use                                                     ADA Accommodations
                                                                 Every Saturday afternoon, from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm, the Zach     The City and Borough of Juneau Parks and Recreation De-
The Zach Gordon Youth Center is a division of the Juneau
                                                                 Gordon Youth Center is open for family use Adults are en-      partment welcomes persons with disabilities to participate
Parks and Recreation Department It is located at 396
                                                                 couraged to use the Zach Gordon Youth Center with their        in our programs ADA accommodations can be made with
Whittier Street, behind Centennial Hall and the Downtown
                                                                 children and use the equipment in the lounge                   at least two weeks notice Let us know if you are interested
Bullwinkles The Zach Gordon Youth Center is wheelchair
                                                                                                                                in participating
accessible and is a supervised recreation center primarily
for youth, although adult hours are available Youth are en-      ZGYC Facility Closures
couraged to participate in drop-in or scheduled recreation
programs The Zach Gordon Youth Center builds upon
                                                                 January 1
                                                                 January 16
                                                                                   New Year’s Day
                                                                                   Martin Luther King Day
                                                                                                                                Mt. Jumbo Gymnasium
many youth assets Call us at 586-2635, weekdays after            February 20       President’s Day                              Mt Jumbo Gym, a facility of Juneau Parks & Recreation, is
11:00 am for more information                                    March 27          Seward’s Day                                 located at 909 4th Street in Douglas The winter schedule is
    Drop-in activities that are available at the Zach Gordon     May 29            Memorial Day                                 in effect beginning January 3 through April 30, 2006 Activi-
Youth Center all hours it is open are pool, ping pong, Nin-                                                                     ties with low attendance may be canceled without prior
tendo, videos, board games, foosball, racquetball, basketball,                                                                  notice The Parks and Recreation office welcomes sugges-
weights and arts and crafts projects                             Climbing Wall                                                  tions for scheduling gym time If you have any comments,
    Zach Gordon Youth Center is open to all! However,            There is a climbing wall located at the Zach Gordon Youth      please call the Parks and Recreation office at 586-5226 The
certain specific areas have minimum and maximum age              Center courtesy of the Juneau Rotary Club It is also avail-    gymnasium phone number is 364-2568
restrictions as follows:                                         able for private rentals, minimum of two hours, by calling
    Lounge Area: 6-9 year olds must be accompanied by and        Zach Gordon Youth Center at 586-2635 at a rate of $25/
actively participating with an adult 10-20 year olds may be      hour plus tax Everyone using the wall must go through          Mt. Jumbo Gym Rentals
                                                                 a training class before climbing Waivers are required and      The Mt Jumbo Gym is available for rental through the Parks
in the lounge area unaccompanied Unaccompanied ages
                                                                 good for one year                                              and Recreation office To guarantee a reservation rent-
younger then 6 or older than 20 are not allowed
                                                                                                                                als must be scheduled and paid for at least one week in
    Weight Room: 13 to 20 year-olds may use the weight
                                                                                                                                advance
room
                                                                 Open gym times are:                                            Rental Fees: 0-19 hours - $27/hour plus tax; 4+ consecutive
    Indoor Racquetball/Basketball Court & Climbing Wall:
                                                                 Monday & Wednesday          4:30 – 7:00 pm                     hours - $22/hour plus tax; 20+ hours - $22/hour plus tax
open to all ages during open hours
                                                                 Friday & Saturday           3:30 – 7:00 pm                     Commercial Rentals: $35/hour plus tax
                                                                                                                                Please call the Parks and Recreation office at 586-5226 for
Youth Hours (12 years of age and younger)*                       Youth 20 years and younger are free Adult fee is $5/adult/     gym availability
Monday-Friday After school until 7:30 pm                         hour plus city sales tax Adults accompanied by a child
Saturday      1:00 – 7:30 pm                                     climb for free
                                                                                                                                Mt. Jumbo Preschool Open Gym
Sunday        Closed                                                                                                            Our popular Preschool Open Gym program has grown over
                                                                 Facility Rental                                                the years, and in order to continue to provide you and your
                                                                 The Zach Gordon Youth Center may be rented at a cost of        child with a great program, there will be a $1 00 per child
Youth Hours (13-20 years of age)*
                                                                 $45 per hour plus tax for the whole facility (racquetball      per day participation fee charged This will make it possible
Mon–Thurs      After school until 9:00 pm
                                                                 court, basketball, pool tables, ping pong, foosball, and       to continue to provide you with quality equipment and
Friday         After school until 11:00 pm
                                                                 weights) Reservations may be made during regular busi-         programs Children must be accompanied by and super-
Saturday       1:00 – 11:00 pm                                   ness hours and at least two weeks in advance The center is     vised by an adult at a maximum ratio of four children per
Sunday         Closed                                            available for rental only during closed hours $70 per hour     one adult Play equipment and tumbling mats are available
*School aged youth will not be allowed in the Zach               plus tax includes the climbing wall, minimum of two hours      at the gym Preschoolers (1 to 6 years old) and their parents
Gordon Youth Center until after school unless they                                                                              or day care providers may participate The winter schedule
have written permission.                                                                                                        is in effect beginning January 3 through April 28, 2006
Note: Children home sick from school will not be allowed in      Donor Support - Thank You!
the Zach Gordon Youth Center                                     The Teen Club Board, Inc , Bullwinkles, Juneau Safe Kids,
                                                                                                                                Date:   Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
                                                                 Juneau Police Department, Rozwick and Giles, Boarderline,
                                                                 Revolution, Juneau Empire, Downtown Rotary Club, Zach
                                                                                                                                Time:   10:30 am - 12:00 noon
Adult Hours                                                      Gordon Alumni Fund Committee, SEARHC, Southeast Alaska         Place:  Mt. Jumbo Gym (909 4th Street, Douglas)
Mon-Thurs         11:00 am - 9:00 pm                             Food Bank, SAGA, Teen Health Center, Planned Parenthood,       Who:    Preschoolers (1 to 6 years of age)
Friday            11:00 am - 6:00 pm                             SHANTI, The Rock Dump, Eaglecrest Ski Area, KTOO, Play it      Fee:    $1/child. Punch cards available at the gym
Saturday          1:00 - 6:00 pm                                 Again Sports, Chez Sante, Silverbow Bakery, Nugget Alaskan             or the Parks and Recreation office.
Sunday            Closed                                         Outfitter, Foggy Mountain Shop, Red Humor Balloons, JRC,       For more information, please call the Parks and
                                                                 Juneau Fly Fishing, Alaska Audio and Video, Pacific Outdoor    Recreation office at 586-5226.
                                                                 Equipment, Gastineau Contractors, Chatham Electric, and
Adult Use (21 Years and Older)                                   Lucid Reverie
The Zach Gordon Youth Center has a racquetball court and                                                                        Scheduled Closures
a weight room with free and universal weights, exercise                                                                         The gym will be closed during the following holidays:
bikes, a rowing machine, and separate shower facilities for      Volunteer Support - Thank You!                                 December 24-26             Christmas Eve/Christmas
men and women                                                    The Teen Club Board Members: Carol White, Mike Grum-                                      Day/City Holiday
Weight Room:      $5 per day or $35 per month plus tax           mett, Joseph Reeves, James Johnson, Dick Pegues, Jo Dahl,      Dec. 31-Jan. 2             New Year’s Eve/New Year’s
Racquetball:      $5 per person per hour, $35 per month          SAGA volunteers, Vista volunteers, Jesuit volunteers, Yakoos                              Day/City Holiday
                  plus tax                                       volunteers, Kurt West, Nels Sanford, Sara Sanford, Luke        January 16                 Martin Luther King Day
Weights/Racquetball:                                             Thorington, Joanne Schmidt, Becky Adams, Tracy Goldsmith,      February 20                President’s Day
                  $50 per month, including showers plus          Seamus Thompkins, Nikki Mealiff, Mycal Boario, Sondra          March 27                   Seward’s Day
                  tax                                            Romano and Baxter, Bruce and Sullivan employees
                                                                                                                                April 16                   Easter
Showers:          $3 per person                                                                                                 May 1 - September 4        Closed for Summer
Climbing Wall:    $5/hour plus tax
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ADA Accommodations                                               Private Rental Fees                                                 rental There is no service charge for rescheduling There will
The City and Borough of Juneau Parks and Recreation De-          $120 00/hour plus tax          Non-prime rate Monday -              be a $10 00 service charge for refunds
partment welcomes persons with disabilities to participate                                      Friday 6am – 4pm
in our programs ADA accommodations can be made with              $150 00/hour plus tax          Prime rate Monday - Friday
                                                                                                                                     Rental Equipment:
                                                                                                                                     Treadwell Arena has approximately 240 pairs of skates,
at least two weeks notice Let us know if you are interested                                     4pm-midnight and all hours
                                                                                                                                     which include figure skates and hockey skates They are
in participating                                                                                Saturday and Sunday
                                                                                                                                     rented on a first come first serve basis and need to be
                                                                 Passes:                                                             returned after each use
Lost and Found                                                   All passes include buy ten get one free                              Figure skates: Buckle style children’s size 9 - adult 9
Lost and found articles will be held for two weeks and may                         Adults           Youth      .   Senior             Hockey skates: Lace and buckle style children’s size 10-
be claimed at the gym or by calling the Parks and Recre-         Open Skate Pass $40.00             $30.00     .   $20.00             adult 13
ation office at 586-5226 and identifying the article(s)          Pond Hockey Pass $50.00            $40.00     .   $30.00            The arena does not rent sticks, pucks, or hockey gear of any
                                                                                                                                     kind
                                                                 Skate Rental Pass $20.00           $20.00     .   $19.00

                                                                 Facility Closures
                                                                 November 24, 2005             Thanksgiving Day
                                                                 December 25, 2005             Christmas Day
                                                                 January 1, 2006               New Year’s Day
                                                                 April 30, 2006                End of Season

                                                                 Facility Rental
Treadwell Arena                                                  The Treadwell Arena may be rented during scheduled rental
The Treadwell Arena is a division of the Juneau Parks and        hours Rental fees are $120 00/ non-prime $150 00/per
Recreation Department The arena will be open for winter          hour prime time plus tax Rentals must be scheduled one
use with ice available September 6th through the end of          week prior to requested date and time Payment is due
April 2006 The Treadwell Arena is wheelchair accessible and      immediately upon reservation The rental is for ice time             Treadwell User Group Info
is a recreational ice rink for youth and adults The Arena is     only - it does not close the remainder of the facility to the       If you are interested in a Learn to Skate program, youth
available for public skating, adult and youth hockey, skating    public Private rentals do not include skate rental Phone            hockey, adult hockey, or hockey officials please contact the
classes, and private rentals The Treadwell arena is located at   reservations will not be accepted Rental Agreement forms,           following:
105 Savikko Road next to Sandy Beach in Douglas                  updated fees and schedules are available online at:
                                                                 www juneau org/parksrec/icerink                                     Youth Hockey
Facility:                                                                                                                            Juneau Douglas Ice Association (JDIA)
• Single sheet of ice 200’ long x 85’ wide with complete         General facility rental questions:                                  Contact: Lance Miller, 463-5186
  hockey dasher board system and tempered safety                 What can I rent the Treadwell arena for?
  glass                                                          The arena can be rented for parties, ice skating, hockey            Learn To Skate (Juneau Skate Club)
• Seating capacity for 200 spectators                            practice, hockey games, broom ball, curling, birthdays, and         Contact: 523-9115
• Two double locker rooms with showers and restrooms             many other types of ice related activities If you have any
                                                                 questions, please contact the rink                                  Adult Hockey (JAHA)
• One handicap/family restroom                                                                                                       Contact: juneauhockey org or call the rink for info
• Sound system
                                                                 Where can I get a rental agreement form?                            JDIA: Juneau Douglas Ice Association
Treadwell Arena Contact Information:                             Rental agreement forms are available at the ice rink and on         figure skating, learn to skate and youth hockey program
Phone:            586-0410                                       the internet at www juneau org/parksrec/icerink                     You must be registered with one of these programs to skate
FAX:              586-4540                                                                                                           at this time
                                                                 Is payment required at the time of reservation?
Office Hours                                                     Yes, payment must be made at the time of reservation We             JAHA: Juneau Adult Hockey Association
The best time to reach someone by phone or in the office         will not hold any rental times without full payment For             Adult recreational hockey league You must be registered
10:00am-6:00pm                                                   rental forms dropped off at the ice rink we accept cash,            with one of these programs to skate at this time
Ice Rink Entry Requirements:                                     VISA, MasterCard, checks, and money orders Rental forms
                                                                 faxed to the arena need to be paid for with a credit card           JSC: Juneau Skating Club
The ice rink is available to persons of all ages Children 8                                                                          Learn to Skate programs, figure skating and ice dancing
and under need to be accompanied by an adult for public          and all info needs to be printed in space provided If forms
                                                                 are faxed you need to call the facility to see if desired time is   You must be registered with one of these programs to skate
open skate sessions Helmets or any protective gear are not                                                                           during their session time
required for open skate sessions however you are welcome         available first
to wear any protective gear you wish                                                                                                 General user group questions
                                                                 What time is the facility open to accept and make reser-            What if I want to enroll in a Learn to Skate program or
Arena Schedule                                                   vations?                                                            youth hockey?
Please contact arena or check the city web-site for the most     The arena’s business hours are from 10:00am- 6:00pm Mon-            If you are interested in the youth hockey program you must
up to date schedule www juneau org/parksrec/icerink              day-Friday and during all open hours Saturday and Sunday            contact JDIA JDIA is a private organization that organizes
Drop-In Activities and Fees                                                                                                          all youth hockey programs offered at the Treadwell Arena
                                                                 Are rental times first come first serve basis?                      JSC is a private organization offering learn to skate classes,
             Adults          Youth      Senior                   Yes, the only way to secure a rental time is to pay in full at      power and conditioning classes and ice dancing
Open Skate $4.00             $3.00      $2.00                    time of reservation Rental times will never be held or taken
Pond Hockey $5.00            $4.00      $3.00                    over the phone                                                      What if I want to enroll in an adult hockey league?
Skate Rental $2.00           $2.00      $1.90
                                                                                                                                     If you are interested in an adult hockey you must contact
If you would like to skate for more than one session, you        What if I need to cancel or reschedule?                             JAHA They are a private organization that runs the adult
must pay at the start of each open skate Payment is for the      Credit or refunds will only be given for facility rentals if no-    hockey recreational hockey league
full session and is not prorated                                 tification is received at least seven days prior to the facility
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Ice Rink Definitions                                               The rink offers a Special Needs/ Family Changing room for         Special Exhibitions:
Open Skate: Recreational skating for all ages- no hockey           those with special needs All spectator areas are wheelchair
sticks, pucks, etc                                                 accessible Locker room keys are available at the customer
Adult Open Skate: Recreational skating for those ages 18           service counter                                                   Fish Trap Replica Construction
or older No hockey sticks, pucks, etc allowed                                                                                        January 6 – 28, 2006
Parent-Tot: Recreational skating for parents/ care givers and                                                                        To enhance the interpretation of the Montana Creek Fish
toddlers Toddlers must be ages 5 and under Children must           Juneau-Douglas City Museum                                        Trap, the City Museum is raising funds to commission a
be accompanied and supervised by an adult at a maximum                                                                               full-scale replica that will hang above the original trap in
ratio of 2 children per 1 adult No hockey sticks, pucks, etc                                                                         our general history gallery Tlingit and Haida weavers Janice
allowed                                                                                                                              Criswell and Steve Henrikson will hold public demonstra-
Parent-Tot: Recreational skating for parents/ care givers                                                                            tions in our northeast gallery throughout the construc-
and toddlers Toddlers must be ages 5 and under Children                                                                              tion process, which is scheduled for the month of January
must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at a                                                                                  Please visit our website at:
maximum ratio of 2 children per 1 adult No hockey sticks,                                                                            www juneau org/parksrec/museum for more information
pucks, etc allowed
Freestyle Open Skate: Drop-in practice for development of
more advanced figure skating turns, jumps, spins, ice danc-                                                                          Reconstructions, photography by Mark
ing and patterns                                                                                                                     Daughhetee
Rental: The ice may be rented privately buy the hour Rental        Located at the Veterans Memorial Building across from             February 3 – 25, 2006
must be scheduled and paid for at least 7 days in advance          the State Capitol building at Fourth and Main Streets, the        Juneau artist Mark Daughhetee has been making and
of desired date Rentals will only be accepted in person at         Juneau-Douglas City Museum offers year round exhibits, fall       exhibiting photographs for 38 years In Reconstructions,
the Treadwell Arena from 12pm-6pm Monday-Friday and                and winter community programming, art classes, educa-             Daughhetee explores masterworks of photojournalism
during all open facility times on Saturday and Sunday              tional tours, the Juneau History grant, and local history pres-   through the re-creation of alternative versions of some of
Ice Time: Private rentals are rental of the ice only, the public   ervation and research assistance More than 6,000 histori-         history’s most iconic images The opening reception for
is allowed in the lobby and seating areas during any rental        cal and fine art objects make up the Museum’s extensive           Reconstructions will be held on Friday, February 3rd from
time                                                               collection, and special exhibits on the greater Juneau area’s     4:30 to 7:00 pm
Pond Hockey: Drop-in hockey To insure enough playing               history and culture change frequently Other attractions
time, this skate is restricted to 30 participants A HEEC ap-       include the 500 – 700 year old Montana Creek Fish Trap, a
proved helmet, hockey gloves, shin pads, elbow pads and            large-scale relief map of Juneau’s topography and our video       12 X 12
hockey skates are required For players under 18, full-face         Juneau: City Built on Gold.                                       March 3 – 25, 2006
mask and mouth guards are required Sign in required No             Ask for a free historical guide about Juneau at our reception     The Juneau-Douglas City Museum invites Juneau artists to
slap shots or checking are allowed                                 desk, and check out our gift shop featuring local trail guides,   participate in the second annual art installation 12 x 12 dur-
Stick N’ Puck: Drop-in skills development only practice            photography, gifts, and books by local artists and writers        ing the month of March 12 x 12 is an exhibit of temporary,
session Focusing on practicing the fundamentals of hockey          Also look for City Museum satellite exhibits around town,         original artwork to be created directly on the Museum’s gal-
NO GAME PLAY                                                       including the Shell Simmons exhibit at the airport and the        lery wall Curator of Collections and Exhibits Ellen Carrlee
Full gear is required, 18 and under need to have a full face       historical exhibit Looking at Glass Bottles at the Douglas        originally got her inspiration from an inch-by-inch-by-inch
shield Maximum of 30 participants on the ice and 4 goalies         Library in the Douglas Community Building                         show at the Michael Kohler Art Center in her home town
Open Skate Pass: A pass for public open skate sessions                                                                               of Sheboygan, Wisconsin As a fundraiser for the Museum’s
All passes are buy ten get one free The pass is good for all                                                                         acquisition fund, artists are asked to make a $12 12 dona-
                                                                   Winter Hours
open skate sessions: adult, parent/caregiver-tot, and public                                                                         tion to participate
                                                                   September 25 – May 1
open skate There are three types available adult, youth            Open Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, Noon - 4:00 pm
and senior They must be presented to staff upon arrival
No replacement cards are given FEES: Adult $40 Youth $30
                                                                   Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm                  Color & Texture: The Spice of Life, paint-
Senior $20                                                                                                                           ings by Devita Stipek-Writer
                                                                   Free winter admission to the Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Pond hockey pass: A pass for drop-in pond hockey Passes            is made possible by the generous donations of the Pioneer         April 7 – 23, 2006
are buy ten get one free There are three types available:          Book Committee (October), the Gastineau Channel Histori-          How is gourmet cooking like landscape painting? One
adult, youth, and senior They must be presented to staff           cal Society (November), Juneau residents Michelle and             answer is that they both put to use elements of color and
upon arrival No replacement cards are given FEES: Adult            Robert Storer (December, March and April) and in memory           texture Without them life would be dingy and flat Thus
$50 Youth $40 Senior $30                                           of Dick Pegues (January, February)                                “the spice of life” Inspired by the unparalleled sunsets of
Skate Rental Pass: A pass for renting figure or ice hockey                                                                           last summer and many previous ones, artist Devita Stipek-
skates Passes are buy ten get one free The pass is good for        Phone: 586-3572                                                   Ryder will explore the extremes of her use of color and
all open, user group and private rental sessions There are         Internet: www juneau org/parksrec/museum                          texture in her exhibit at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum
two types of skate rental passes senior and adult/youth            E-mail: Alysia_McLain@ci juneau ak us                             The opening reception for Color & Texture: The Spice of Life
They must be presented to staff upon arrival No replace-                                                                             will be held on Friday, April 7 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm
ment cards are given FEES: Adult/Youth $20 Senior $19              You can hold a meeting or reception at the City Museum
Lost and Found: The rink is not responsible for lost or sto-       The main floor is available for rent when the Museum is
len items If you have lost an item, check the front counter                                                                          Frances Davis paintings & Holy Trinity
                                                                   closed to the public For more information, call 586-3572
Lost and found items will only be kept for 15 days                                                                                   restoration project
Locker rooms: The locker/shower room facilities may be                                                                               May 1 – September 23, 2006
used during private and user group rental times They are                                                                             Frances Davis is regarded as an important scenic and
not available during public open skates                                                                                              wildlife artist of the late 1800’s and early 1900’s Originally
User Groups: User groups are large program based groups/                                                                             from England, Davis received art training in England, France,
organizations that rent out the facility for ice hockey and                                                                          Germany and Italy before settling in Juneau in 1891 This
learn to skate programs, and figure skating                                                                                          exhibit will highlight some of her artwork as well as discuss
Accessibility: The Treadwell Arena is wheelchair accessible                                                                          the ongoing restoration project of six Davis paintings from
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Holy Trinity Episcopal Church In the spring of 2005, the        January
Church received a Juneau History Grant to help alleviate        Fish Trap Replica Construction
some of the shipping costs associated with the restoration
                                                                There will be a variety of special programs including free
project
                                                                public lectures, special viewing hours and educational tours

Volunteer Opportunities at the Juneau-
                                                                throughout the month of January in conjunction with the
                                                                construction of the Montana Creek Fish Trap replica Please        Have a hobby or
                                                                                                                                   skill that you
                                                                check our website for updates on this exciting program
Douglas City Museum
                                                                Date:     during the month of January
Would you like to be a part of your community museum?
                                                                Time:     Contact the City Museum for times
Reception volunteers, office helpers, researchers, computer
assistants, volunteer coordinators and others are needed
for special projects and programs Volunteers have oppor-
                                                                Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main

                                                                Fee:
                                                                          Streets
                                                                          Free
                                                                                                                                   would like to
                                                                                                                                      share?
tunities to learn more about the history and culture of the
                                                                Contact: 586-3572
greater Juneau area and receive museum benefits Please
call 586-3572 for more information
                                                                March 11
                                                                Women’s History Month
                                                                Storytelling Workshop                                             Teach a Community
                                                                                                                                    Schools Class!
                                                                In celebration of Women’s History Month, join storyteller
                                                                Anne C Fuller in an interactive workshop all about storytell-
                                                                ing! Sharing stories is one of the oldest social activities and
2006/2007 Juneau History Grant                                  one of the best ways to connect with other people Bring an
Applications Available                                          interesting anecdote about a woman (You? Your mother?
Students, teachers, organizations and individuals of all ages   Someone you met on the bus?) and learn how to turn it               Pick your time, date and
                                                                into a fun and interesting story to entertain and enlighten
are encouraged to apply for up to $1,000 to assist them in
the completion of a project that will document, preserve or     your friends Come hear stories about fascinating women            location! It’s a great way to
improve access to the history of the Juneau-Douglas area        and share your own stories to inspire others This workshop
                                                                is open to youth 12 and older & adults Pre-registration
                                                                                                                                          meet people!
Projects might include live performances, public presenta-
tions, research papers, recordings, videotape, use of com-      required
puters or other media                                           Date:     Saturday, March 11
The 1980 Juneau Centennial Committee set aside an               Time:     12:00 - 3:00 pm
endowment to help fund projects each year Each year, up         Place: Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main
to $2,500 is available to be divided among the successful                 Streets
applicants                                                      Fee:      Free
                                                                Contact: 586-3572
Applications are available online at:
www juneau org/parksrec/museum, from the Juneau-                More Classes and Programs
Douglas City Museum (586-3572) or the Parks and Recre-          Throughout the winter, the Juneau-Douglas City Museum
ation office located at 155 South Seward Street (586-5226)      offers a wide range of Saturday classes for kids and adults
Typed applications must be post-marked or hand-delivered        as well as programs for the whole family! Learn about art,
to the Juneau-Douglas City Museum by 4:00 pm on May             culture, and history through our short, affordable programs
15, 2006 The finished projects will become the property of      Some are even free! For up-to-date information on new,
the Juneau-Douglas City Museum; however, copyright will         exciting offerings at the City Museum, call us at 586-3572, or
remain with the author(s) Projects must be completed by         check out our web site at:
May 2, 2007                                                     www juneau org/parksrec/museum

A few former History Grant projects include: China Joe, by
Brett Dillingham; Schooling in the Juneau-Douglas Area: A
Perspective from the Native Alaskan Community, by Lorrie
                                                                The Pipeline Skate Park                                               Deadline for Fall
Wright; Mary Joyce, a play by Pat Denny; Alaska Dialogues:
Fighting Intolerance, by Dianna Saiz and the 7th grade Wolf     Where: Jackie Renninger Park (formerly the Bus Barn Park)                 Classes is
team; The Gold Creek Flume trail guide and brochure, by
Dave Haas and his third grade class; and Juneau, Alaska,
                                                                When: 7 days a week
                                                                Time:  9:00 am – 11:00 pm
                                                                                                                                        July 15, 2006
Mine Personnel Index, by O Richard (Dick) Kent
                                                                This skate park is an unsupervised open venue Use of                  Fall Classes start
Special Programs at the Juneau-Douglas
                                                                helmets and safety pads is strongly recommended and is
                                                                required during Parks and Recreation sponsored events Be
                                                                                                                                       late September
City Museum                                                     safe! Wear your helmet!
                                                                                                                                  Call Community Schools
The City Museum presents activities and programming
on special Saturdays each month October through May If
                                                                For more information, please call the Zach Gordon Youth
                                                                Center (396 Whittier Street) at 586-2635, after 11:00 am,
                                                                                                                                         at 523-1774
you and your group are interested in presenting a Special
                                                                weekdays
Saturday at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, call 586-3572
for more information
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                                                                Swim Lesson Schedule 2005-2006 Winter / Spring
                                                                Saturday Preschool & Youth Lessons
                                                                Session Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FAX/Drop Off Registration. . . Space Available Registration
                                                                January 7 – February 25 (7 classes) . . . . December 17 – 30 . . . . . . December 31 & Jan. 2 - 7
                                                                March 11 – April 29 (no class 4/1). . . . . . February 18 – 24 . . . . . . . February 25 – March 4
                                                                Monday/Wednesday Preschool & Adult Lessons
                                                                Session Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     .   .   FAX/Drop Off Registration.                  .   .   Space Available Registration
                                                                January 4 – 25 (no class 1/16)(7 classes)                   .   .   December 14 – 30 . . . .                    .   .   December 31 & Jan. 2 - 4
                                                                January 30 – February 15 (6 classes) . .                    .   .   January 25 – 27 . . . . .                   .   .   January 28 - 30
                                                                February 22 – March 15 (7 classes) . . .                    .   .   February 15 – 17 . . . . .                  .   .   February 18 – 22
                                                                April 3 – 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    .   .   March 15 – 31 . . . . . .                   .   .   April 1 - 3
Augustus G. Brown
                                                                Tuesday/Thursday Preschool & Youth Lessons
Swimming Pool                                                   Session Dates . . . . . . .          . . . .        .   .   .   .   FAX/Drop Off Registration.                  .   .   Space Available Registration
1619 Glacier Highway • Juneau, AK 99801                         January 3 – 26 . . . . . .           . . . .        .   .   .   .   December 14 – 30 . . . .                    .   .   December 31 & Jan. 2 - 3
(next to the Juneau-Douglas High School)                        January 31 – February 16 (6         classes)        .   .   .   .   January 25 – 27 . . . . .                   .   .   January 28 - 31
www juneau org/parksrec/pool                                    February 21 – March 16 . .           . . . .        .   .   .   .   February 15 – 17 . . . . .                  .   .   February 18 – 21
                                                                April 4 – 27 . . . . . . . .         . . . .        .   .   .   .   March 15 – 31 . . . . . .                   .   .   April 1 - 4
Located at 1619 Glacier Avenue, the Augustus G Brown
Swimming Pool is a division of Juneau Parks and Recre-          This is a tentative schedule Classes may or may not be offered, depending on enrollment Each session consists of 8 lessons
ation Juneau Parks and Recreation welcomes suggestions          unless noted otherwise If a session will have fewer than 8 lessons the fee will be pro-rated Call the pool at 586-5325, drop
and comments regarding the swimming pool If you have            by the pool at 1619 Glacier Avenue for more information, or visit the CBJ web page at www juneau org/parksrec/pool
comments, please contact the pool at 586-5325 or through        Parents will be asked to observe from the lobby after the first day of class
website at www juneau org/parksrec/pool
There are two pools at the Augustus G Brown facility The
larger pool, for lap swimming, is 75 feet by 45 feet and is
maintained at 82 degrees The smaller pool, for lessons and
recreational swimming, is 35 feet by 45 feet and is main-
tained at 90 degrees There is also a dry sauna and weight
equipment We offer a variety of programs to better serve
you
The Augustus G Brown Swimming Pool offers a Special
Needs/Family Changing Room This room is for families
who have mixed sexes i e : mothers and sons, fathers and
daughters, and individuals who have aides of the opposite
sex Locker keys may be obtained at the front counter If
you have any questions please feel free to ask the pool staff
TTY/TDD is available in lobby


Pool Contact Information                                        Winter/Spring Schedule Changes
Phone: 586-5325
FAX:       463-2670                                             December 19-23, 2005        .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 3:35 pm
The best times to call the pool for information are:            December 24, 2005 . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Pool Closes at 3:45 pm
Monday – Friday 6:30 – 8:00 am, 9 am–8:30 pm
                                                                December 25 . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Christmas Day, Pool Closed
Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
                                                                December 26 . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Sunday Schedule
Sunday Noon – 6 pm
                                                                December 27 - 30 . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 - 3:35 pm
Pool Entry Requirements                                         December 31 . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   New Year’s Eve, Pool closes at 3:45 pm
Persons using the pool must be 8 years old and be 48            January 1, 2006. . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   New Year’s Day, Pool Closed
inches tall, or 8 years old and able to swim one (1) width of   January 2 . . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Sunday Schedule
the pool using an over-arm crawl stroke Persons who do          January 16 . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Martin Luther King Day, Sunday Schedule
not meet these requirements must be accompanied by an-          January 27 . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 - 3:35 pm
other person age 15 years or older who is within arms reach
                                                                February 20 . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   President’s Day, Sunday Schedule
providing touch supervision, not to exceed an adult to child
                                                                March 3 . . . . . . .       .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   GSC Swim Meet, Pool closes at 2:00 pm
ratio of 1 to 3 Participants must be able to pass a 15-yard
swim test to be allowed in the larger pool                      March 4 - 5 . . . . . .     .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   GSC Swim Meet, Pool Closed
                                                                March 8 – 10 . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 – 3:35 pm
                                                                March 27 – 31. . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 – 3:35 pm
                                                                April 16 . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Easter, Pool closes at 3:45 pm
                                                                April 27 . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 – 3:35 pm
                                                                May 22 – 28. . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Maintenance, Pool Closed
                                                                May 29 . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Memorial Day, Sunday Schedule
                                                                June 2 . . . . . . . .      .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   Special Open Swim 2:05 – 3:35 pm
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Fees
Swim . . . . . . . .          .   Adult (18-64)     .   .   .   .   . Youth 17 & under     .   .   .   .   . Senior 65 & older
 1 hour swim . . . .          .   . . $4.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . . $2.00 . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . . $1.75
 1 1/2 hr swim. . . .         .   . . $4.50 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . . $2.50 . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . . $2.25
 45 min Fitness Class .       .   . . $4.75 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . . $3.00
 60 min Fitness Class .       .   . . $5.75 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . . . . . . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . . 3.50

Pass Type . . .       . . .   .   Adult (18-64)     .   .   .   .   . Youth 17 & under     .   .   .   .   . Senior 65 & older
 Monthly Fitness      Pass    .   . .$82.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . . na . . . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $41.00
 1/2 Month Pass       . . .   .   . .$27.50 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $13.75 . . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $13.00
 Monthly Pass .       . . .   .   . .$49.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $24.00 . . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $23.00
 3 Month Pass .       . . .   .   . $133.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $64.00 . . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $61.00
 6 Month Pass .       . . .   .   . $265.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $129.00 . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . $123.00
 9 Month Pass .       . . .   .   . $399.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $194.00 . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . $185.00
 12 Month Pass.       . . .   .   . $530.00 . .     .   .   .   .   . . . $260.00 . . .    .   .   .   .   . . . $248.00

Fees subject to change. Sales tax will be collected at time of sale.
*If you would like to swim for more than one session, you must pay at the start of each swim. Payment is for the full session and is
not pro-rated.




Definitions                                                                Showers The shower facilities may be used at any time
    Open Swim Recreational swimming for all ages in both                during the day If there is a swim in progress, you must pay
pools Both diving boards are open The sauna is open and                 the swim fee, with the exception of the Monday through
the exercise equipment is available                                     Friday 6:30 am to 8:00 am swim You may use the showers
    Lap Swim Lap swimming in large pool The small pool                  during lesson times Adult $3 25 Youth $1 75 Senior $1 50
is open for recreational swimming The diving boards are                    Rentals The pool may be rented during scheduled rental
closed The sauna is open and the exercise equipment is                  hours for $95 an hour (1-50 people, non-commercial) and
available                                                               $105 per hour (1-50 people, commercial) Rentals must
    Open/Lap Swim Three lanes are open for lap swimming                 be reserved at least 3 days in advance of the desired date
in the large pool Low diving board is open The small pool               Payment is required at the time of the reservation A 10%
is open for recreational swimming The sauna is open and                 discount will be given for non-commercial rentals over one
exercise equipment is available                                         hour Tax will be added at the time of sale
    Saver Card This can be purchased in increments of $25                  Lost and Found The pool is not responsible for lost or
Swimmer must present card Only to be used for swim fees                 stolen items Coin operated lockers are provided for your
Cards are reusable                                                      benefit If you have lost an item, check at the front counter
    Monthly Pass Allows unlimited admission to all public                  Accessibility The swimming pool is accessible to the
swims during the month purchased Not transferable See                   disabled and a lift is available for those needing assistance
fee schedule below                                                      entering or leaving the pool The pool facility has a dis-
    Monthly Fitness Pass Allows unlimited admission to                  abled/family changing room available The Juneau Parks
all public swims and to one exercise class of choice, 3 times           and Recreation Department encourages participation in
weekly: Aqua Aerobics, Aquatic Stretch, Masters or Water                department activities by all persons, regardless of dis-
Walking See fee schedule below                                          abilities or special needs Parks and Recreation facilities are
    Monthly Youth Pass A monthly pass for the children in               wheelchair accessible Additional information and support
one family $24 for the first child; $19 for the second child;           services are available by calling the pool at 586-5325 or
and $13 for each additional child                                       the Parks and Recreation administrative office at 586-5226
    Monthly Household Pass A monthly pass for all mem-                  TTY/TDD available in lobby
bers at the same legal address One month is $104
    1/2 Month Household Pass A half month pass for all
                                                                        ADA Accommodations
                                                                        The City and Borough of Juneau Parks and Recreation De-
members at the same legal address Good for 15 consecu-
                                                                        partment welcomes persons with disabilities to participate
tive days Sold at any time for $55
                                                                        in our programs ADA accommodations can be made with
    6 Month Household Pass A six month pass for all mem-
                                                                        at least two weeks notice Let us know if you are interested
bers at the same legal address Sold at any time for $560
                                                                        in participating TTY/TDD available in lobby
Fitness Class Punch Card Allows 13 admissions to the class
of your choice (Water walking, Masters, Aquatic Stretch,
Aqua Aerobics) Sold at any time $57 for 13 45-minute ses-
sions and $70 for 13 60-minute sessions
    Infants Any child under the age of three may enter the
pool with an adult for free Children still in diapers should
be in a cloth diaper covered with rubber pants or dispos-
able swim diaper only
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2005–2006 Pool Schedule: Winter Schedule November 7, 2005 to June 4, 2006                                          *Charged at a 60-minute rate.
 Monday               Tuesday               Wednesday            Thursday              Friday               Saturday             Sunday
 6:30 - 8:00 am       6:30 - 8:00 am        6:30 - 8:00 am       6:30 - 8:00 am        6:30 - 8:00 am
 Lap Swim             Lap Swim              Lap Swim             Lap Swim              Lap Swim
 8:00 -12 noon        8:00 - 12 noon        8:00 - 12 noon       8:00 - 12 noon        8:00 - 12 noon       9:00 - 12 noon
 Lessons              Lessons               Lessons              Lessons               Lessons              Lessons
 12 - 2:00 pm*        12 - 2:00 pm*         12 - 2:00 pm*        12 - 2:00 pm*         12 - 2:00 pm*        12 - 2:00 pm*        12 - 2:00 pm*
 Lap Swim             Lap Swim              Lap Swim             Lap Swim              Lap Swim             Lap Swim             Lap Swim
 2:00 - 5:30 pm       2:00 - 5:30 pm        2:00 - 5:30 pm       2:00 - 5:30 pm        2:00 - 5:30 pm       2:15 - 3:45 pm       2:15 - 3:45 pm
 Closed-Swim Team     Closed-Swim Team      Closed-Swim Team     Closed-Swim Team      Closed-Swim Team     Open Swim            Open Swim
 5:30 - 6:30 pm       5:30 - 6:30 pm        5:30 - 6:30 pm       5:30 - 6:30 pm        5:30 - 6:30 pm       4:00 - 5:00 pm       4:00 - 5:00 pm
 Lap Swim             Lap Swim              Lap Swim             Lap Swim              Lap Swim             Open Swim            Open Swim
 6:30 - 7:30 pm       6:30 - 7:30 pm        6:30 - 7:30 pm       6:30 - 7:30 pm        6:30 - 7:30 pm       5:15 - 6:15 pm       5:15 - 6:15
 Lessons              Lessons               Lessons              Lessons               Lessons              Open/Lap Swim        Open/Lap Swim
 7:30 - 8:30 pm       7:30 - 8:30 pm        7:30 - 8:30 pm       7:30 - 8:30 pm        7:30 - 8:30 pm       6:30 pm - midnight   6:30 pm - midnight
 Open Swim            Open Swim             Open Swim            Open Swim             Open Swim            rentals              rentals
                      8:45 – 9:45 pm                             8:45 - 9:45 pm        8:45 pm - midnight
                      Open/Lap Swim                              Open/Lap Swim         Rentals
 8:45 pm - midnight   10:00 pm - midnight   8:45 pm - midnight   10:00 pm - midnight
 Rentals              Rentals               Rentals              Rentals

				
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