Recreator - Spring 2011 - (Page 5)

FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Fellow Recreators, Springtime is the perfect time to rejuvenate and re-energize. As the flowers in Old Town begin to bloom and the Poudre River recharges its flow, take some time to consider how you can reinvigorate yourself. By picking up this issue of Recreator you’re off to a great start. As you peruse through the pages of the Spring issue you’ll notice a wide assortment of recreational rechargers. You’ll discover endless opportunities for you and your family to explore, learn and grow this spring. Throughout this issue of Recreator you’ll find recreational opportunities for every member of the family. Recreation’s diverse programming truly provides something for everyone. Regardless of your age or ability you’ll find an activity, program or event that interests you. Recreation’s senior programs provide community members with educational, wellness, social and travel opportunities. Our extensive list of youth programs can introduce your child to programs like arts and crafts, sports, ice skating or swimming. Adaptive Recreation Opportunities or ARO provides recreational activities to community members with disabilities. Parents and other adults can take advantage of numerous programs, from music and cooking to adult sports and fitness opportunities. It’s all here waiting for you, start your springtime recreational recharge today. Be sure to stay connected with the Recreator year-round to learn more about Recreation programs, news and activities. You can now remain upto-date via social media applications like Facebook and Twitter. Just search for “Recreator” on either Facebook or Twitter and you’ll find us. You can also sign up for Recreation’s email newsletter, RecreatorEXTRA, at recreator. Have a great spring recreators. Parks and Recreation Board Rob Cagen Brian Carroll Michael Chalona Shirley Christian Bruce Henderson Greg Miller Danna Ortiz Selena Paulsen Dawn Theis Kelly Ohlson - City Council Liaison Recreation Staff Executive Director Culture, Parks, Recreation & Environment Marty Heffernan Recreation Managers Peggy Bowers Steve Budner Mike McDonnell Program Supervisors Bridget Brownell The Farm Debra Bueno Teen Programs Suzy Danford Aquatics Renee Lee Adaptive Recreation Opportunities Marc Rademacher Sports and Youth Programs Barb Schoenberger Adult Programs Katie Stieber Fitness, Dance & Adult Education Paul Thibert Ice Skating Community Relations John Litel Community Relations & Marketing Marty Heffernan Executive Director Culture, Parks, Recreation and Environment Jill Walusis Public Relations & Communications Contact Registration and Programs 970.221.6655 Advertising and Sponsorships 970.221.6875 ON THE COVER Hand cyclist, Steve Ackerman Inset: Pottery Studio participants paint on finishing touches OPPOSITE PAGE Basketball Player, Recreator - Dr. Ed Bender All Photos by Jamie Katz

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recreator - Spring 2011

Recreator - Spring 2011
From the Executive Director
Registration Information
Facility Profiles
Calendar of Events
Adaptive Recreation
Alternative Programs
Lifeguard Training
Aqua Fitness
Low Intensity
Medium Intensity
High Intensity
Arts & Crafts
Dance & Movement
Day Camps
Early Learning
Parent with Child
Education & Enrichment
The Farm
Gardens on Spring Creek
Ice Skating
Speed Skating
Youth Hockey
Outdoor Recreation
Senior Center / 50 Plus
Clubs & Groups
Health & Wellness
Social Opportunities
Member Only Activities
Trips & Travel
Youth Team Sports
Age Index

Recreator - Spring 2011