Program Guide - Winter Spring 2015

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REGISTER ONLINE: 85 PART TWO OUTDOOR RECREATION Orienteering Basic Orienteering (age 8 & up) Learn to use a map to navigate. Each class begins with a 45 minute 'how to' session followed by a hike in search of control points. Adult guidance is recommended for those under 14. Fee includes map, punch card and compass usage. Group sessions are available. Location: Fred G. Bond Metro Park, Screen Porch Fees: $4(R) $6(N) (1 class) 83102 Sat Jan 10 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 83103 Sat Feb 14 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 83104 Sat Mar 14 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 83105 Sat Apr 11 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 83106 Sat May 9 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Challenge Course Challenge Ropes Course The Challenge "Ropes" Course is an outdoor learning facility that encourages individuals and groups to see their potential through a graduated progression of challenging activities that foster personal growth and improved teamwork. Groups are guided through the course by facilitators. Low program events are located on or near ground level; high program activities take place at heights of up to 35 ft. Anyone of average health and 10 years or older may participate. The experience can be tailored to those with special needs. A minimum group of 8 is required. Groups must register at least three weeks in advance. For more, call (919) 469-4100 to schedule a program. • CHALLENGE COURSE FEES (PER PERSON) Resident Non-resident Half day low program $25 $33 Half day high program $42 $55 Half day low course & 1 high element $34 $44 Full day low and high program $58 $75 • GROUP DEPOSIT: $50 A group deposit is due at the time of reservation in order to hold the date. Remaining balance is due on the day of the program. Corporate and Wake County Public School System rates are available, call Bond Park Boathouse at (919) 469-4100 for details. Sailing Basic Sailing (age 13 & up) Learn to sail in one day. You will learn how to rig the boat, launch and land, sail at all points to the wind and right the boat after capsize--everything you need to know to competently sail a Sunfish sailboat. Sailboat rental is included. Location: Fred G. Bond Metro Park; Boathouse Instructor: Andy Lytle Fees: $46(R) $60(N) (1 class) 82802 Sat May 30 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 82803 Sun May 31 12:30– 5:30 p.m. Fishing Fishing Fishing opportunities are available year-round at Bond Lake. There is no charge to fish from shore. All NC fishing regulations apply. North Carolina requires anyone 16 or older to have a fishing license. For additional information concerning size and creel li mits or to purchase a license visit the NC Wildlife Resources Commission website at Hook, Line and Sinker (6 & up) Bring your own fishing pole and we will teach you the basics of fishing: setup, baiting the hook, casting, fish, safety and conservation. Bait is provided while supplies last. All youth participants are required to have a parent registered and present. Pre-registration is necessary. Location: Fred G. Bond Metro Park, Waterfront 83110 Sat May 2 9 a.m.-noon FREE! Find fishing essentials including bait and tackle as well as snacks, ice cream, snow cones, drinks, and more—all for sale at the beuatiful Boathouse nestled among the pines on the waterfront of Bond Lake. Enjoy a nice snack break on the screen porch or stop for essentials before you head out on the lake. The Boathouse on Bond Lake

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