Program Guide: Fall 2016

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REGISTER ONLINE: 91 SPORTS PART TWO General Sports Sports of All Kinds (age 5–8) Do you want your child try different sports but you're not sure where to start? This class will cover a different sport each week and teach the fundamental skills of each sport. The goal is to teach the basics in an introductory, positive, and fun environment. Location: Bond Park Community Center Instructor: Laura Gnewuch Fees: $60(R) $78(N) (6 classes) 97061 Tue Sep 13–Oct 25 5–5:45 p.m. (no class Oct 4) 97062 Tue Nov 8–Dec 13 5–5:45 p.m. Take Your Mark, Get Set, GO! Fall Race Training (age 6 & up) Cary hosts dozens of great running events each year. This program will help you train for the race of your choice. We will work on developing a base for running a 5K or launch your training to run a marathon. Let's get started! Location: Fred G. Bond Boathouse Screened Porch Instructor: Fit and Able Coaches Fees: $20(R) $26(N) (6 classes) 97097 Tue, Thu Sep 8–Oct 13 6–7 p.m. (no class Sep 29) Archery Archery (age 8 & up) Learn the basics of using a bow and arrow. Work on form, safety, technique, and how to properly use the equipment in this fun, hands-on class. All equipment is provided. Location: Middle Creek Community Center Instructor: NC Bowhunter's Association Fees: $25(R) $32(N) (6 classes) 96467 Wed Sep 14–Oct 19 5:30–6:30 p.m. 96810 Wed Oct 26–Dec 7 5:30- 6:30 p.m. (no class Nov 23) NEW! Kidokinetics Fall Sport Clinics (age 5–7) These are sport-specific classes designed to introduce a few of the popular fall sports. Through the combination of games, drills, and exercises, these clinics teach basic skills, proper mechanics, and general knowledge of the sport. Try out a new sport without committing to a full season. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Kidokinetics Fees: $42(R) $55(N) (4 classes) AFTERSCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL 97148 Thu Sep 15–Oct 6 4:15–5 p.m. AFTERSCHOOL SOCCER 97150 Thu Oct 13–Nov 3 4:15–5 p.m. Fees: $32(R) $44(N) (3 classes) AFTERSCHOOL BASKETBALL 97151 Thu Nov 10–Dec 1 4:15–5 p.m. (no class Nov 24) Youth Sports Youth sports programs are designed to provide a fun learning and growing experience for boys and girls. Youth can benefit from league play in baseball, softball, volleyball, and basketball as well as a variety of sports camps/clinics in volleyball, baseball, golf, softball, tennis, and basketball. These programs are designed to provide a competitive recreation opportunity that promotes fitness and well- being to the participants through team and individual league play. The goals of the program include participation, skill development, sportsmanship, and fun. YOUTH SPORTS PHILOSOPHY Fun—Learning to play for the purpose of enjoying participation. Participation—Providing equal opportunity for play. Sportsmanship—Actively expanding the individual's social ability to demonstrate fair play. Skill Development—Gaining expertise to expand the individual participant's potential through practice and play. Early registration allows us time to plan appropriately. Often times we are able to accommodate those on waiting lists by adding additional spots in the class or adding additional classes. Classes that do not meet their minimum enrollment are generally cancelled. You could make the difference. DON'T WAIT! KICKERS - SOCCER

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