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Community Service Department

Activity Guide
Summer 2015

REGISTER ONLINE
BEGINNING
MONDAY, MAY 4
Create Your
User Account –
See Page 2

Registration
(520) 421-8677 • www.casagrandeaz.gov
Summer is upon us and the temperatures will really begin to warm up. Within our summer activity guide, you will find several pages of cool opportunities to combat the heat. The newly renovated Palm Island Family Aquatics Center offers open swimming, special splash events, swimming lessons, a swim team, aerobics and Zumba classes. If you would like to use the facility for a private party or corporate event - those rental opportunities are available as well.
Enjoy your summer evenings playing in a few outdoor sports leagues such as softball and pickle ball or indoor activities such as basketball and volleyball. The Len Colla Recreation Center and the Dorothy Powell Senior Adult Center both provide daily exercise, arts and educational programming in a very friendly and comfortable setting.
Not to be outdone - both the Main and Vista Public Libraries offer a tremendous assortment of youth, teen and adult programming. The Summer Reading Program kicks off on Saturday, May 30th at the Main Library, please circle that date and stop by and enjoy the festivities. Both libraries will also be hosting free technology classes throughout the summer for those 18 years of age and older. Learning is a very cool thing!
You will also notice several enhancements being made this summer at both Carr McNatt Park and the Dave White Municipal
Golf Course. It is our goal to continue to make improvements to the playing conditions at these facilities. The course will remain open throughout the summer improvements and we offer discounted programs to both adults and youth. Another cool opportunity not to be missed.
That being said - “Let’s Play”
William Schwind, Community Services Director

GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration, including online, begins at 8:00 am on Monday, May 4, 2015.
Registration may be completed:
• Online http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation
• Faxed (520) 421-8678,
• In person, mailed to the City of Casa Grande Parks and Recreation Department, 404 E. Florence Blvd., Casa
Grande, AZ 85122.
PRE-REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
Payment must be made at the time of registration. Classes that do not meet the minimum registration requirement two business days prior to the start of the class will be cancelled.
THE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL, POSTPONE AND/OR COMBINE
CLASSES, CHANGE ROOMS OR CHANGE INSTRUCTORS AS NEEDED.
REFUND POLICY
There will be a $3.00 service charge per person, per class on all refunds. If a person cancels after the class begins, no refund or credit will be issued. A full refund will be granted if the City cancels a class. Online registrations are processed in real time, as you use the system and provide confirmation of your class/activity which we recommend you print. If you did not receive a confirmation prior to your class/activity, call or email us at parksrecreg@casagrandeaz.gov. Your confirmation will serve as notice for you to attend on the specific start date. You will not be able to attend if your name is not on the class/activity roster. NO CLASS WILL BE HELD ON
HOLIDAYS (MEMORIAL DAY, JULY 4TH, & LABOR DAY).
FACILITY Locations and Abbreviations
Carr McNatt Park
Casa Grande Public Library – Main
Casa Grande Public Library – Vista
Dave White Municipal Golf Course
Dorothy Powell Senior Adult Center
Len Colla Recreation Center
Little League Complex
Palm Island Family Aquatic Park
Parks & Recreation Office
Paul Mason Sportsplex
Peart Park
Teen Center
Woman’s Club

1115 N. Brown St.
449 N. Dry Lake St.
1556 N. Arizola Rd.
2121 N. Thornton Rd.
405 E. 6th St.
1105 E. 4th St.
900 N. Amarillo St.
1115 N. Brown Ave.
404 E. Florence Blvd.
2525 N. Pinal Ave.
350 E. 6th St.
540 N. Camino Mercado
407 N. Sacaton St.

(520)
(520)
(520)
(520)
(520)

421-8710
421-8652
836-9216
421-8760
421-8655

(520) 421-8650
(520) 421-8677
(520) 421-3277
(520) 374-2764

Carr
Main
Vista
DWGC
DPSAC
LCRC
LLC
PIFAP
P&R
PMSP
Peart
TC
WC

CITY OF CASA GRANDE PARKS & RECREATION

SUMMER REGISTRATION
Begins Monday, May 4th, 8:00 am
Parks & Recreation Office – 404 E. Florence Blvd.
For More Information: 520-421-8677
We are switching to a new registration software. Please help us by setting up your new account.
Online Registration Available

apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation
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Len Colla Recreation Center
1105 E. Fourth Street • (520) 421-8655
Open Hours: Mon - Fri 11:00 am-5:00 pm • Sat 11:00 am-3:00 pm
For more information regarding programs at Len Colla Recreation Center, contact
Raylene Johns at (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4523 or Jeff Molner (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4560.
GENERAL INFORMATION:
The Len Colla Recreation Center (LCRC) is a multi-purpose recreation center, featuring a full size gymnasium, multi-purpose/game room, computer lab/meeting room and arts & crafts room. The LCRC will be closed in recognition of the following Holidays observed by the City of Casa Grande: Monday, May 25, 2015, Saturday,
July 4, 2015, and Monday, September 7, 2015.

YOUTH PROGRAMS

TEEN ACTIVITIES

SUMMER “DROP IN” PROGRAM
FREE
5-17
M-F
5/26-7/31
11:00 am-5:00 pm
5-17
Sa
5/30-7/25
11:00 am-3:00 pm
Closed Monday, August 3 and Tuesday, August 4

TEEN NIGHTS
12-17
1st & 3rd F

YOUTH ACTIVITIES

FREE
7:00–10:00 pm

ADULT OPEN GYM PROGRAMS

SUMMER MOVIE FIELD TRIPS
$5
5-17
Tu
beginning 6/2

BASKETBALL OPEN GYM
18+
Tu

$2
6:30–8:30 pm

SUMMER SWIMMING FIELD TRIPS
$1
7-17
Th
beginning 6/4

VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM
18+
Th

$2
6:30–8:30 pm

Teen Center
540 N Camino Mercado • (520) 374-2764
Open Hours: Mon – Thurs 3:30-8:00 pm • Fri 3:30-9:30 pm • Sat 11:00 am-3:00 pm
For more information about the Teen Center, contact Jeff Molner at (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4560.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The Teen Center is open to all Casa Grande teens in grades 6-12. You can register at the Teen Center or the Parks and Recreation Office, 404 E. Florence Blvd. The Teen Center is a FREE supervised program for teens in grades
6–12. Activities include: homework help, arts and crafts, computer lab, educational programs, video games, pool table, ping pong, foosball and more!
Need Transportation?
The Teen Center will once again be offering free transportation from the Parks and Recreation Office (404 E.
Florence Blvd.) on a weekly basis. For more information about the Teen Center or to sign up for transportation, contact Jeff Molner at (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4560 or email jmolner@casagrandeaz.gov

TEEN PROGRAMS

TEEN ACTIVITIES

ICE CREAM SOCIAL WEDNESDAY
FREE
12-17
W
June & July

TC

BACK TO SCHOOL FASHION SHOW FREE
All Ages Sa
6/27
2:00 pm

TC

FRIDAY FLICKS
12-17
F

TC

SUMMER LOCK IN
12-17
F

7/24

$5
8:00 pm

TC

TEEN POOL PARTY
12-17
F

8/21

$3
6:00-8:00 pm PIFAP

FREE
June & July

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, LOG ON TO: http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation 3

Library
Main – 449 N. Dry Lake St. • (520) 421-8710
Hours: Mon – Thur 9:00 am-7:00 pm; Fri 9:00 am-5:00 pm; Sun 1:00-5:00 pm
Vista Grande – 1556 N. Arizola Rd.• (520) 421-8652
Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 am-5:00 pm; Sat 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Registration to attend Youth and Teen Programs is not required, but please arrive on time.
MAGICIAN-PAUL WATSON
All
M
6/22
All
M
6/22

YOUTH PROGRAMS
TODDLER STORYTIME
0-4
Th 6/4-6/11
0-4
Th 6/25-7/2

Vista
Vista

HEALTH HEROES STORYTIME
0-12
Th 6/18
Vista
0-12
W
6/24
Vista
PRESCHOOL STORYTIME
2-5
W
6/3, 17, 7/1

9:30-10:00 am
9:30-10:00 am

Main
Vista

10:00-11:00 am
1:00-2:00 pm

AUDITIONS FOR CASA GRANDE’S GOT TALENT!
All
M
6/29
Vista 11:00 am-2:00 pm
CASA GRANDE’S GOT TALENT!
All
M
7/6
Vista

Vista

10:30-11:00 am

SUPER POWER PLAY GROUP
3-5
Th 7/9
Main

10:00 am-12:00 pm

DROP-IN SUPER HERO CRAFT
3-12
Sa 6/6-6/27
Vista

2:00-3:00 pm

1:00-3:00 pm

Vista

10:30-11:00 am

MAURICE SENDAK STORYTIME
2-7
W
6/10
Vista

1:00-3:00 pm

MINI COMIC-CON
All
F
7/10

9:30-10:00 am
10:30-11:00 am

TEEN PROGRAMS
TEEN GAMING TOURNAMENTS
12-17
Th 6/4-7/2
Vista

1:00-3:00 pm

MASK MAKING
12-17
F
6/5

12:00-1:00 pm

Vista

SUPER SWEETS & CINEMA FOR TEENS
12-17
F
6/5-26
Main 2:00-4:30 pm

MUSICAL GUEST: ROMAN BARTEN-SHERMAN
4-12
M
6/8
Main 10:00-11:00 am
4-12
M
6/8
Vista 1:00-2:00 pm

SUPERHERO JEOPARDY
12-17
F
6/12

Vista

12:00-1:00 pm

LIBRARY SCAVENGER HUNT
4-12
W
7/8
Vista

10:00-11:00 am

OBSTACLE COURSE
12-17
F
6/19

Vista

12:00-1:00 pm

TWEEN GAMING
5-12
Tu 6/2-6/30

Vista

1:00-3:00 pm

LIBRARY SCAVENGER HUNT
12-17
F
6/26
Vista

12:00-1:00 pm

LEGO CLUB
5-12
W

6/3-7/1

Main

2:00-3:00 pm

DROP-IN CRAFT
5-12
Th 6/4-7/2

MARTIAL ARTS DEMONSTRATION
Adults encouraged to attend
14+
Tu
7/7
Vista

2:00-3:00 pm

Main

3:00-4:00 pm

Summer Reading
LOCAL HEROES @ YOUR LIBRARY
All
M
6/1
Main

10:00 am-12 pm

FAMILY STORYTIME & CRAFT
All
Tu 6/2-6/30
Main

10:30-11:15 am

FAMILY MOVIES
All
Th 6/4-7/2

10:15 am-12:15 pm

Vista

Every Hero Has a Story
Main Library
Kick-Off
May 30
9:00 am-1:00 pm
Are you ready for Summer Reading? Come join us for a day filled with fun when you sign up for the
Summer Reading Program with the City of Casa
Grande Public Library. After you sign up you can join in the fun of dunk tanks, face-painting, Hula
Hoop contests, and much, much more!

WILDMAN PHIL & THE GUARDIANS OF THE PLANET!
All
M
6/15
Main 11:00 am-12:00 pm
All
M
6/15
Vista 2:00-3:00 pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, LOG ON TO: http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation 4

Library
Please register for technology classes by calling the Main Library, (520) 421-8710, Ext. 5240 or the Vista Grande Library, (520) 421-8652, Ext. 5019.
BORROW IT DIGITALLY
18+
Th 5/21
18+
W
6/17

TECHNOLOGY CLASSES

Main
Vista

2:30-4:30 pm
11:00 am-1:00 pm

BASIC COMPUTERS I
18+
W
5/6
18+
Th 7/9

Vista
Main

11:00 am-1:00 pm
2:30-4:30 pm

WINDOWS 8
18+
W
5/27
18+
Th 6/25

Vista
Main

11:00 am-1:00 pm
2:30-4:30 pm

BEGINNING IPAD/IPHONE
18+
Th 5/7
18+
W
6/3

Main
Vista

2:30-4:30 pm
11:00 am-1:00 pm

BASIC EXCEL
18+
Th 5/28
18+
W
7/8

Main
Vista

2:30-4:30 pm
11:00 am-1:00 pm

BASIC INTERNET AND EMAIL
18+
W
5/13
Vista
18+
Th 7/16
Main

11:00 am-1:00 pm
2:30-4:30 pm

INTERMEDIATE EXCEL
18+
Th 6/4
18+
W
7/15

Main
Vista

2:30-4:30 pm
11:00 am-1:00 pm

INTERMEDIATE IPAD/IPHONE
18+
Th 5/14
Main
18+
W
6/10
Vista

2:30-4:30 pm
11:00 am-1:00 pm

ANDROID
18+
Th

6/11

Main

2:30-4:30 pm

BEGINNING FACEBOOK
18+
W
5/20
18+
Th 7/30

11:00 am-1:00 pm
2:30-4:30 pm

KINDLE FIRE
18+
Th 6/18
18+
W
7/29

Main
Vista

2:30-4:30 pm
11:00 am-1:00 pm

Vista
Main

SUMMER CLUB
The City of Casa Grande Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor this supervised summer recreation program for 5-12 years olds (12 year olds must be entering the 6th grade in the fall). Participants are free to arrive and depart the program at any time during the program hours. This program will start Tuesday, May 26 and the last day of this program will be Friday, July 24, doors open at 7:00 am Children must be picked up by 5:15 pm each day. Breakfast and lunch are available and a nutritious snack will be served each day. Activities include sports, games, cooking, arts and crafts and much more. Each week will include a field trip that will have a separate charge of $5.00. A
$40.00 registration fee is required per child ($80.00 maximum per family). All fees must be prepaid for each week. Space is limited and registration will be taken on a first come, first serve basis. Applications will be available starting Monday, April 20 at the Parks and Recreation Office – 404 E. Florence Blvd. For information, contact Jeff Molner at (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4560. Program will be held at: Woman’s Club, 407 N. Sacaton St.
PROGRAM FEES: (7:00 AM – 5:15 PM)
5 days – $75.00 (1st child), ($60.00 for each add’l child)
4 days – $60.00 (1st child), ($48.00 for each add’l child)
3 days – $45.00 (1st child), ($36.00 for each add’l child)

Thunderous Thursdays
Thunderous Thursdays is a social club for developmentally disabled teens and adults. The group meets the 2nd
Thursday of each month (September-June) at Len Colla Recreation Center. It’s a great opportunity to participate in social activities and enjoy each other’s company within the Casa Grande area. Pre-registration is required. All participants must RSVP at least one day prior to the scheduled activity. Activities are subject to cancellation due to lack of pre-registration. All of the activities are free of charge. For more information or to register, please contact
Raylene Johns (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4523.
Scheduled Activities

May:
June:

Kickball,
Hawaiian Luau Dance
5

May 14
June 11

5:30-7:00 pm
6:00-8:00 pm

Palm Island Family Aquatics Park
1115 N. Brown Avenue • (520) 421-8650
Open Hours: May 23-August 2 — Tues-Sun 12:30-4:30 pm
August 8-September 7 — Weekends Only 12:30-4:30 pm

Admission
(Children under 7 years old must be accompanied by an adult)
Children (Under 17) .................................................. $1
Adults ................................................................... $2/$3
Season Family Pass ................................................. $75
(Up to 4 members, $15 addt’l)

Summer Pool Pass (20 visits)
Children ................................................................... $18
Adults ....................................................................... $28

Special Admission Days
SUMMER LUAU
12-14
F
School ID required

$3/Student
2:00-5:00 pm

DIVE IN MOVIE (TBD)
All Ages
F
6/12

JULY 4TH FAMILY FUN DAY
All Ages
Sa
7/4

$3/Person
8:00-10:00 pm

5/22

FAMILY NIGHT $3 for up to 4 members, addt’l members 75¢ each
All Ages
F
6/5-7/24
5:00-7:00 pm

FATHER’S DAY AT THE ISLAND
All Ages
Su
6/14
12:30-4:30 pm
(Free admission for Dad when accompanied by their children.) $1/Adults, 50¢/Children
10:00 am-2:00 pm

LAP SWIM $1/Person, punch pass available
Age 13+
Tu-Th 6/2-7/30
7:00 am & 6:30 pm
(One hour)

Learn to Swim Registration
DATES

INFORMATION

Session I & II
Register May 4-May 28 online and Recreation Office
(404 E. Florence Blvd.). Office hours: 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
Session 1
June 2 to June 11
Session 2
June 16 to June 25

All sessions consist of six lessons: Tues-Thurs for 2 weeks. If lessons are cancelled due to weather or any other unforeseen circumstances, classes will not be made up or refunded.
Missed Pre-Registration?
On-site registrations are conducted at the Palm Island
Aquatic Center on a space available basis. June 11 for Session 2 and July 9 for Session 4 during morning lessons – 8:30-11:30 am and evening lessons – 5:008:00 pm

Sessions III & IV
Register June 22-June 25 online, Recreation Office
8:00 am-5:00 pm and Palm Island Aquatic Center
8:30-11:30 am and 5:00-7:30 pm.
Session 3
June 30 to July 9
Session 4
July 14 to July 23

Aquatic Classes
SWIM TEAM
5003
5-17 Tu-F
6/2-7/24
5004
Additional child

$45
700-8:00 am
$40

WATER POLO
5009
8+
Tu-Th

$25
10:00-11:00 am

7/14-7/23

JUNIOR LIFEGUARDING
5002
12-15 Tu-Th
6/2-6/11
WATER AEROBICS
5005
15+ Tu, Th
5006
15+ Tu, Th
5007
15+ Tu, Th

6/2-6/30
7/2-7/30
8/4-8/27

$30
5:30-6:20 pm
5:30-6:20 pm
5:30-6:20 pm

AQUA ZUMBA
5485
16+ M, W
5486
16+ M, W
5487
16+ M, W

7TH ANNUAL TRI-VALLEY SWIM CAMP $25
5014
8+
Tu-F
7/28-7/31
5:30-7:00 pm

$25
10:00-11:00 am

6/1-6/29
7/1-7/29
8/3-8/31

$30
5:30-6:20 pm
5:30-6:20 pm
5:30-6:20 pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, LOG ON TO: http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation 6

Aquatics
Basic Levels – 30 Minutes – $12/Session
AGE
RANGE

PREREQUISITE

CLASS DESCRIPTION

PARENT /
CHILD

6-42
MONTHS

ADULT MUST
ACCOMPANY
CHILD IN
WATER

Child learns to interact with the water through playing games, singing songs and having fun, underwater exploration (opening eyes), bobbing and jumping in, water safety skills will be reviewed throughout the session.

TADPOLE

3-5 YEARS

NONE

SHRIMP

3-6 YEARS

TADPOLE

Recover from front and back float to standing position with support, combined arm and leg actions on front and back.

GUPPY

3-6 YEARS

SHRIMP

Retrieve submerged object held at arm’s length, change directions (roll over from front to back) without support and swim underwater and independent of physical assistance from instructor.

STARFISH

4-7 YEARS

GUPPY

Enter water by jumping, open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects from pool bottom, front and back float without support for 5-20 seconds.

BASICS

14-ADULT

NONE

For those with little or no swimming experience or for those needing to refresh their skills.

CLASS

Class

Child must be potty trained & separate from adult. For children with “little or no” water experience.

AM Times

Parent/Child
Tadpole
Shrimp
Guppy
Starfish
Basics

PM Times

10:30 11:00
9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00
9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00
9:00 9:30 10:00 11:00
9:30 10:00 10:30
11:00

5:30
5:00
5:00
5:00
5:00
7:30

6:30
5:30
5:30
5:30
6:00

6:00
6:00
6:00
6:30

6:30 7:00
6:30 7:00
7:00
7:00

Class placement will be dependent on several factors. Please see the box below for more information.

Advanced Levels – 60 Minutes – $24/Session
CLASS

AGE
RANGE

PREREQUISITE

TURTLE

6-8 YEARS

STARFISH

SURFER

7-13 YEARS

NONE

This is a beginning swimming class for students who have little or no swimming lesson experience.

OTTER

7-12 YEARS

SURFER

Feet first entry from the deck, will learn survival float, butterfly kick and continue to build endurance.

SEAL

8-13 YEARS

OTTER

Will begin diving from side in stride position and swimming longer distances, will learn breaststroke, butterfly stroke.

DOLPHIN

9-15 YEARS

SEAL

Will learn surface dives and rescue breathing. Will continue diving from side in stride position and swimming longer distances.

SHARK

10-15 YEARS

DOLPHIN

Learn flip, turns and long shallow dive. Will learn surface dives and rescue breathing.

Class
Turtle
Surfer
Otter
Seal
Dolphin
Shark

CLASS DESCRIPTION
Retrieve submerged objects from pool bottom, front and back float without support for 5-10 seconds, combine rhythmic breathing with leg and arm action on front
15 feet.

AM Times
8:30 10:30
8:30
9:30 10:30
8:30
9:30
8:30
9:00
8:30

PM Times
5:00
5:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
7:00

7:00
6:00
6:00

7

7:00

Class placement will be dependent on the following:
• Age at the start of the session
• Previous swim experience
• Comfort in the water/a swim test may be necessary
• No child will advance more than two levels per season
Children may be adjusted into another level if they exceed or lack the necessary skills for their designated class.

Dorothy Powell Senior Center
405 E. 6th St. • (520) 421-8760
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
WELCOME
Dorothy Powell Senior Adult Center provides area residents the opportunity to experience recreational, cultural and educational programming in a friendly atmosphere. Dorothy Powell Senior Adult Center is open to individuals 50 years of age or older. Tours and an explanation of our programs is available during our normal operating hours.
ALL SENIOR CENTER PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A PARTICIPANT INFORMATION CARD ON FILE. ONCE ON
FILE, PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ISSUED A PARTICIPANT USAGE CARD WHICH WILL BE USED TO SCAN IN UPON VISITING.
MOST PROGRAMS ARE OFFERED FREE OF CHARGE UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
SENIOR MEALS
Nutritious lunches available. Menus are available at the beginning of each month. Reservations must be made in person one week in advance. Meals prepared by Isaac Davis.
The Senior Center provides home-delivered meals to home bound individuals. For more information on receiving meals, contact Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens In Take line at (520) 424-2800.
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation for individuals 50 years of age or older is available to and from the Dorothy Powell Senior Center.
Transportation is also available for those 18 years of age or older with a disability (proof of disability required).

DAILY SENIOR CENTER ACTIVITIES
Billiards/Shuffleboard
When: Monday - Friday
Time: 8:00 am-4:30 pm

Bridge
When: Monday
Time: 12:30-4:30 pm

Computer Lab
When: Monday - Friday
Time: 8:00 am-4:30 pm

Card Party
When: Monday and Friday
Time: 12:00-4:30 pm

Coffee Hour
When: Tuesday
Time: 9:00-10:00 am

Senior Cinema Thursday
When: 2nd Thursday
Time: 2:00-4:00 pm

Bingo
When: Friday
Time: 12:30-1:30 pm

Yes Wii Can
When: Wednesday
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm

Sunday Social
When: 3rd Sunday
Time 1:00-3:00 pm

Lunches are provided daily for $6 (under 60) and $4 suggested donation (60+)
Billiards and shuffleboard are available with a 2 hour per day time limit

FITNESS AND WELLNESS
Fitness Center Equipment
When: Monday/Wednesday/Friday
Time: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
When: Tuesday/Thursday
Time: 8:00 am-4:00 pm

Senior Chair Exercises
When: Monday/Wednesday/Friday
Time: 9:00-10:00 am

SPECIAL INTEREST/DANCE CLASSES
Ceramics
When: TuesdayThursday
Time: 8:00 am-2:00 pm
Open Dance
When: Tuesday
Time: 10:00-11:00 am

Informal Art
When: Monday
Time: 1:00-4:00 pm

Wood Carvers
When: Monday
Time: 1:00-4:00 pm

Line Dance
When: Wednesday
Time: 10:00-11:00 am

Afternoon Dance
When: 3rd Tuesday
Time: 2:00-4:00 pm
Fee: $3

Evening Dance
When: 2nd Tuesday
Time: 7:00-9:30 pm
Fee: $3

Satin Slippers
When: 4th Tuesday
Time: 7:00-9:30 pm
Fee: $5

If you have any questions regarding the Dorothy Powell Senior Center Summer Programs and Events, contact us or stop by:
Address: 405 E. 6th St., Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Phone: (520) 421-8760
Hours: 8:00 am-4:30 pm

The Senior Meals and transportation programs are a collaborative effort funded by Pinal-Gila Council for Senior
Citizens – Area Agency on Aging, United Way of Pinal County, Older Americans Act, and the City of Casa Grande.

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Special Interest Classes
Special Interest Classes are offered throughout the year to provide an opportunity to experience new activities or further expand current knowledge and abilities. For further information regarding Special Interest Classes, contact Jeff Molner at (520) 421-8677, Ext. 4560.
Pre-registration is important. Payment must be made at the time of registration. Classes that do not meet the minimum registration requirement two business days prior to the start of the class will be cancelled.
YOGA – ALL LEVELS HATHA
18+ M, W 5/4-6/22
18+ M, W 7/6-8/19

YOUTH
CREATIVE MOVEMENT 1
4-5 Th
6/18-7/23

$25
5:30-6:15 pm

BEGINNING GYMNASTICS
$90
5-10 Tu, Th 6/2-16, 7/14-28 5:45-6:40 pm

Peart

YOGA – UNWIND & RESTORE $70 or $10/Day Drop In
18+ M, W 5/4-6/22
7:00-8:00 pm
WC
18+ M, W 7/6-8/19
7:00-8:00 pm
WC

P&R

INTERMEDIATE GYMNASTICS $120
5-13 Tu, Th 6/2-16, 7/14-28 6:45-8:10 pm
BEGINNER CHEER
5-13 M
6/15-7/20

$25
5:30-6:30 pm
$25
6:15-7:00 pm
$25
8:00-9:30 am
8:00-9:30 am

6/1-6/29
7/1-7/29

$30
7:00-7:50 pm
7:00-7:50 pm

LCRC
LCRC

BELLY FIT
18+ W

Peart

WC
WC

ZUMBA
18+ M, W
18+ M, W

P&R

CREATIVE MOVEMENT 2
6-7 Th
6/18-7/23

YOGA – STAY STRONG, KEEP CALM $70
18+ Tu, Th 5/5-6/18
6:15-7:15 pm
18+ Tu, Th 7/7-8/20
6:15-7:15 pm

P&R

JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM
6-10 M-F
6/15-6/19
11-17 M-F
6/22-6/26

$70 or $10/Day Drop In
5:45-6:45 pm
WC
5:45-6:45 pm
WC

6/3-7/8

$30
6:00–7:00 pm

Peart

DWGC
DWGC

REDISCOVER THE REAL YOU
18+ W
6/3-6/24

$55
10:00-12:00 pm P&R

ADVANCED GYMNASTICS
$120
6-15 Tu, Th 6/2-16, 7/14-28 4:15- 5:40 pm

P&R

GOLF 101: BEGINNER
18+ M
6/8-6/29

$35
7:00-8:00 am

HIP HOP
8-14 Th

Peart

BASIC INTERIOR DESIGN FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
PART 1
$29
18+ M, W 6/22, 24
10:00 am-12:00 pm P&R

6/18-7/23

$25
7:00-7:45 pm

TUMBLING FOR CHEERLEADERS $90
13-17 Tu, Th 6/2-16, 7/14-28 8:15-9:15 pm

P&R

BASIC INTERIOR DESIGN FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
PART 2
$29
18+ M, W 6/29, 7/1 10:00 am-12:00 pm P&R

ADULTS

GOLF 102: INTERMEDIATE
18+ M
7/6-7/27

Registration for all Belly Dancing Basics and all
Yoga classes begins Monday, April 20, 2015.

$25
6:30-9:00 pm
$30
6:30-7:30 pm
6:30-7:30 pm
6:30-7:30 pm

DWGC

P&R

P&R

BELLY DANCING BASICS
18+ Tu
4/28-6/9
18+ Tu
6/16-7/21
18+ Tu
7/28-9/1

$35
7:00-8:00 am

ICE — IN CASE OF EMERGENCY $25
18+ M, F 8/4
2:00-4:00 pm

INSTANT PIANO FOR HOPELESSLY BUSY PEOPLE $25
16+ W
5/27
6:30-9:30 pm
P&R
INSTANT GUITAR
16+ Th
5/28

DWGC

Peart
Peart
Peart

CREATING YOUR OWN MANDALA $55
18+ M
6/1-6/22
10:00 am-12:00 pm P&R

Casa Grande Parks & Recreation

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, LOG ON TO: http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation 9

Children’s Activities
For more information about these programs, please contact the Parks and Recreation Office at (520) 421-8677 or visit our online registration site: http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation.
IMAGINATION STATION
3-6
M-Th 6/1-11
3-6
M-Th 6/29-7/9
3-6
M-Th 7/13-23
KINDERGYM
3-6
M-Th
3-6
M-Th
3-6
M-Th
3-6
M-Th
3-6
M-Th
3-6
M-Th

$40
9:00-11:00 am
9:00-11:00 am
9:00-11:00 am

ANIMAL ANTICS
7-12
W
6/11

6/1-11
6/1-11
6/1-11
6/15-25
6/15-25
6/15-25

8:00-8:45 am
9:00-9:45 am
10:00-10:45 am
8:00-8:45 am
9:00-9:45 am
10:00-10:45 am

P&R
P&R
P&R
P&R
P&R
P&R

JUST PAINT
4-6
Tu-Th 7/7-9
4-6
Tu-Th 7/14-16

$15
10:00-11:00 am
10:00-11:00 am

TC
TC

7:00-10:00 am
$18
9:30-11:00 am
9:30-11:00 am
9:30-11:00 am

TC
TC

DPSC

LCRC

SPORTS CAMPS
Soccer
6-12
M-Th 6/1–4
Football
6-12
M-Th 6/8–11
Baseball
6-12
M-Th 6/15-18
Basketball
6-10
M-Th 6/22-25
Variety
6-12
M-Th 7/20-23
Pickleball/Volleyball
9-14
M-Th 7/13-16
Basketball
11-14 M-Th 7/6-9

Peart

ART DAZE
7-12
Tu-Th 6/9-11
7-12
Tu-Th 6/16-18
7-12
Tu-Th 6/23-25

$14
12:00-2:00 pm
12:00-2:00 pm

28th ANNUAL ROCKET CLUB $8
9-14
M-F 6/8-12
4:00-6:00 pm

$75
9:00 am-12:00 pm P&R

KIDS PARK N SHOP
6-12
Sa
7/25

DPSC

CASA GRANDE YOUTH THEATER $35
8-18
M-Th 6/8-7/9
5:00-8:00 pm

SUMMER CLUB
$40/Registration
5 Days $75; 4 Days $60; 3 Days $45; $5 Field Trip
5-12
M-F 5/26-7/24 7:00 am-5:15 pm
WC
LEGO CAMP
5-14
M-F 7/6-7/10

$6
9:00-11:00 am

WEIRD SCIENCE
8-11
M-Th 6/15-18
8-11
M-Th 7/12-16

LCRC
LCRC
LCRC

$15
8:00-9:30 am

Carr

8:00-9:30 am

Carr

8:00-9:30 am

LLC

8:00-9:30 am

LCRC

8:00-9:30 am Villago Park

TC
TC
TC

8:00-9:30 am

LCRC

8:00-9:30 am

LCRC

Golf for
Juniors

You won’t want to miss this!

Dave White Golf Course
Bring your darling doggy to the Palm Island Family Aquatic Park to

HALF PRICE RANGE BALLS
Large Bucket (about 70 balls) ... $3.50
Small Bucket (about 35 balls) ... $2.50

soak in the pool or soak up some sun at the 8th Annual
Doggie Dive-In. The event takes place on Saturday,
September 12 from 2:00 -4:00 p.m. Admission is $2.00 per dog and humans are free! We will have contests, prizes and vendors for all

JUNIOR GREEN FEE
Green Fee ... $5.00
Cart Fee ... $6.00
$11.00 Total to Play Golf (no adult required)

your precious pets.
Contests Include:
Photo Contest

Bathing Suit Contest

Juniors age 12-17 play for free with paying adult all summer after 11:00 am Everyday

Best Dressed Family (includes humans)

For More Information Contact
Dave White Golf Course (520) 836-9216

Sponsored by the City of Casa Grande Community Services Department

For more information call Matt Jankowski at (520) 421-8677.

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Adult Sports
For information regarding adult sports leagues please contact Matt Jankowski at
(520) 421-8677, Ext. 4540.
PAUL MASON SPORTSPLEX – 2525 N. Pinal Ave.
ADULT SOFTBALL
ENTRY FEE: $395 PER TEAM
Registration, Roster, and Payment due 5/22 - Games begin week of 6/1
COACHES MEETING TO BE HELD AT P&R OFFICE ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
CO-REC – 5:00 PM, MEN’S TEAMS – 6:00 PM
Co-Rec Softball League – Monday 6/1
This co-rec softball league will play Monday evenings. The league consists of 7 weeks of doubleheaders with a single elimination playoff following the regular season.
Men’s Recreation Division Softball League – Tuesday 6/2
The men’s Recreation Division softball league will play Tuesday evenings. The league consists of 7 weeks of doubleheaders with a single elimination playoff following the regular season. This league is intended for experienced teams.
Co-Rec 7-3 Softball League – Wednesday 6/3
The Wednesday 7-3 co-rec league will play for seven weeks at the Paul Mason Sportsplex. Teams will consist of a minimum of 7 males and 3 female players, with the batting order alternating through the first six batters.
Men’s Lower Division Softball League – Thursday 6/4
The men’s Lower Division softball league will play Thursday evenings. The league consists of 7 weeks of doubleheaders with a single elimination playoff following the regular season.
Co-Rec Softball League – Friday 6/5
This co-rec softball league will play Friday evenings. The league consists of 7 weeks of doubleheaders with a single elimination playoff following the regular season.
LEN COLLA RECREATION CENTER – 1105 E. 4th St.
MEN’S BASKETBALL LEAGUE
CO-REC VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE
ENTRY FEE: $350 PER TEAM
ENTRY FEE: $200 PER TEAM
Registration, Roster, and Payment due 5/15
Registration, Roster, and Payment due 5/15
COACHES MEETING TO BE HELD AT P&R OFFICE,
COACHES MEETING TO BE HELD AT P&R OFFICE,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 5:00 PM
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 5:30 PM
The men’s basketball league will begin play on
Wednesday, May 27. Games will be Wednesday nights and the league will last 7 weeks with a single elimination playoff following the regular season. The co-rec volleyball league will begin play on
Thursday, May 28. Matches will be Thursday evenings and the league will last 7 weeks with a single elimination playoff following the regular season. DAVE WHITE REGIONAL PARK – 2121 N. Thornton Rd.
ADULT PICKLEBALL LEAGUE
ENTRY FEE: $25 PER TEAM
Registration, Roster, and Payment due 6/12
The City of Casa Grande is happy to announce the start of a summer adult Pickleball league. The league will begin play Wednesday, June 17th and last for six weeks, matches will be played on Wednesday evenings at Dave White Regional Park. There will be Men’s and Co-Ed divisions offered. Age groups will be determined based on participant sign ups. League fees are $25 per team. The City will reserve the courts for league matches and will provide prizes for league champions. The league will follow the USAPA rule book, all scoring and rules will be called by participants. Registration ends on 6/12.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, LOG ON TO: http://apm.activecommunities.com/casagranderecreation 11

Coming this Summer!
June 2015

Tuesday, May 5
2-4 p.m.
Dorothy Powell Senior Center

MARIACHIS
DANCING
NACHO BUFFET

Location: Peart Center, 350 E. Sixth Street
Information: (520) 421-8677 Ext. 4550
Fitness On Demand allows you to take advantage of fitness classes with the simple press of a button!
Fun and motivating fitness classes—when you want or scheduled monthly.

$3 (PRE-SALE UNTIL APRIL 24)/ $5 (DAY OF)
AVAILABLE AT THE FRONT DESK

Try it on your own or with friends! Celebrate July 4th
In Casa Grande!
Ed Hooper Rodeo Park
6:30 - 10:00 pm
Fireworks!
Vendors!
Games!

Relay races! contests! music!

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