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Recreator: Summer 2014

Contents


Contents 1

50 Plus 118

Expansion 119

Clubs 120

Health and Wellness Services 122

Social Opportunities 124

General 124

Events 125

Historical Cafe 126

Concert 126

Trips 127


Adaptive Recreation Opportunities

General

The Adaptive Recreation Opportunities program provides quality and equal opportunities for recreation and leisure programs to community members with disabilities. The ARO program offers healthy and fun experiences through the following three basic service areas.

Inclusion

Do you need assistance to fully participate in activities listed throughout the Recreator? The City of Fort Collins welcomes individuals of all abilities into our classes and programs. If you are interested in participation support, please indicate any special needs you may have when you register.

Note: Requests should be made at least two weeks before the class begins. Contact Renée Lee, CTRS, 970.224.6027, rlee@fcgov.com

Transition

If you need more assistance in making your recreation and leisure choices, but want to be as independent as possible, the Transition program might be right for you. Explore new experiences; learn about exciting recreation opportunities and meet new people. A therapeutic recreation professional will help you develop your personal Passport to Recreation Profile and discuss your needs, strengths, and interests. Call 970.224.6027.

Specialized Programs

These programs are designed to meet the unique needs of individuals with physical, mental, and/or emotional disabilities. They can be found in the Recreator identified by the symbol. The Alternative Programs are designed for adults with intellectual disabilities and focus on community activities and social outings. Program descriptions can be found in the Recreator in the Alternative Programs section and include monthly dances, outings, cooking, bowling, crafts and more! Contact Jenna Moriarty, CTRS, 970.224.6125 or jmoriarty@fcgov.com for more information.

Attendants

There is no fee for personal care attendants providing needed assistance unless otherwise noted; however, attendants need to register separately and note whom they will be assisting. Contact Jenna Moriarty, CTRS, 970.224.6125 or jmoriarty@fcgov.com.

Volunteers Needed

Volunteers are always needed, whether assisting with a few events or being a weekly support partner. No experience is necessary; training is provided. Join us for fun and adventure! Contact Jenna Moriarty, CTRS, 970.224.6125 or jmoriarty@fcgov.com.

Thank You!

A huge thank you to our interns and fieldwork students and the
many volunteers who help make our programs and services possible. We wouldn’t be able to do it without them!

Check out our webpage, fcgov.com/aro

For additional information, please feel free to contact the ARO staff.

Renée Lee, CTRS, 970.224.6027, rlee@fcgov.com
Jenna Moriarty, CTRS 970.224.6125, jmoriarty@fcgov.com
Brenda McDowell, 970.416.2024, bmcdowell@fcgov.com
ARO Interns, 970.224.6034, aro@fcgov.com

Area Recreation Opportunities

Athletes in Tandem

Athletes in Tandem, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that actively participates in relationships with  athletes who have a disability to enhance the quality of their lives by competing together in triathlons, running, biking and swimming events.

Dennis Vanderheiden, 970.217.6751, dennis@athletesintandem.org

Dance Express

Modern dance training and performance opportunities for people
with and without disabilities.

Mary Elizabeth Lenahan, 970.493.2113, danceexpress@juno.com

Special Needs Swim

The Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement (SLiCE) office at Colorado State University matches volunteers with individuals with disabilities to provide one-on-one recreational and leisure swimming opportunities.

970.491.2321, specialneedsswim@gmail.com

Trips & Tours for People with Special Needs

“Just for the Fun of It”

Joan Handley, 970.532.4032

Club Bunches

This social club includes people of all abilities who participate
in weekday activities.

Christine Barrett, 970.282.0695

F.R.E.E. Front Range Exceptional Equestrians

Therapeutic horseback riding program.

Sherry Butler, 970.221.0646, ridewithfree.org

Transportation

Participants are responsible for their own transportation unless otherwise noted. The following resources provide transportation:

Transfort (city bus) 970.221.6620

Dial-A-Ride 970.224.6066

SAINT 970.223.8645

Larimer Lift 970.498.7541

Special Olympics

Please contact the following coordinators or coaches for season information or to volunteer:

Adult Unified Softball

Renée Lee 970.224.6027

Youth/Teen Baseball for All

Renée Lee 970.224.6027

Other ARO Activities in Recreator:

Aquatic Fitness

MS Aqua 23

Twinges in the Hinges 23

Twinges Plus 23

Aqua Jogging
with Athletes in Tandem 23

Aquatics

Adaptive Swim Lessons 27

Arts & Crafts

Artistic Abilities 39

Early Learning

Giant Friends Club 54

Music & Theatre

Phamaly
Performance Outing 64

Fitness

Adaptive Yoga 75

MS Dryland Exercise 75

Ice

Adaptive Skate Lessons 88

Outdoor Recreation

Adaptive Cycling Tour 91

Adaptive Waterskiing 92

Poudre Raft Trip 92

Adaptive Kayaking 92

Adaptive Watersports Day 92

Sports

Over the Line 94

Adult Unified Softball 98

Youth Baseball for All 99

Alternative Programs

All programs are for ages 18 years and up unless otherwise noted.

General Information

Activities listed in this section are designed for adults with intellectual disabilities but are open to individuals without disabilities as well. These programs focus on fun and community involvement and are designed to enhance confidence and social skills.

Individuals who are not independent in activities of daily living or are in need of extra supervision are encouraged to register and participate with a personal care attendant. There is no fee for personal care attendants providing assistance unless otherwise noted; however, attendants may be asked to register separately and note whom they will be assisting so that staff can appropriately provide seating, space, and assistance in the class.

Registration is required before all trips and programs take place. Some ticketed programs will have an early registration deadline due to group purchasing. When you register for any ticketed event, the sale is considered final. No refunds are allowed unless the ticket can be resold.

Please inform us of any accommodations needed at the time
of registration.

Cooking

Learn how to cook tasty foods while gaining positive eating habits.
We will help you with the cooking and setting the table, and then we will all sit down to sample the finished products.

Location: Senior Center

Note: Attendants welcome at no cost. Class not discountable. Please report any food allergies to Jenna Moriarty at jmoriarty@fcgov.com
or 970.224.6125.


Summer Salads

7/16–7/23 W 6:30–8:00 PM $18 302401-01

Healthy Cooking

8/5–8/12 Tu 6:30–8:00 PM $18 302401-02

Crafts

Discover the artist within yourself. Express your creative skills while you enhance your artistic abilities by creating a variety of fun crafts.

Location: Senior Center

Note: Attendants welcome at no cost. Class not discountable.

6/13 F 4:00–5:30 PM $16 302402-01

8/4 M 4:00–5:30 PM $16 302402-02

Movie Night

Travel with a group to Cinema Saver 6 to watch a movie on the big screen. Meet new friends and see Hollywood’s finest flicks!

Location: Edora Pool Ice Center

Note: Bring $5 (cash only) for ticket and money for a snack, if desired. Attendants welcome at no cost but please inform Jenna Moriarty at jmoriarty@fcgov.com or 970.224.6125.

6/18 W 6:00–9:00 PM $5 302403-01

7/29 Tu 6:00–9:00 PM $5 302403-02

8/25 M 6:00–9:00 PM $5 302403-03

Restaurant Night

Explore different restaurants in town while hanging out with a great group of friends!

Location: Edora Pool Ice Center

Note: Bring approximately $20 cash to cover your meal and a tip. Attendants welcome at no cost but please inform Jenna Moriarty at jmoriarty@fcgov.com or 970.224.6125.

6/12 Th 5:45–8:00 PM $5 302404-01

7/9 W 5:45–8:00 PM $5 302404-02

8/19 Tu 5:45–8:00 PM $5 302404-03

Outdoor Recreation

Park Games

Play in the park with friends! Games may include but not be limited to washers, bocce, badminton, disc golf and more! Inside games will be played if the weather does not cooperate.

Location: Senior Center

Note: Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle. Attendants welcome at no cost, but please notify Jenna Moriarty who you will
be assisting.


8/6–8/20 W 4:30–6:00 PM $15 302319-01

Sports & Fitness

Adaptive Swim Lessons

See page 27 for details

Adult Unified Softball

See page 98 for details

Bowling

This program is designed for any skill level and emphasizes FUN!

Location: Chipper’s Lanes North

Note: Fee includes 2 games per person per week and shoe rental,
if needed. Class not discountable. Class will not be held on 7/26.


7/12–8/9 Sa 12:30–1:30 PM $48 302906-01

Special Events

Monthly Themed Dances – NW

Dances are fun filled events to celebrate with friends. Dressing for the theme is highly encouraged!

Location: Senior Center

Note: No pre-registration; tickets will be sold at the door. Attendants welcome at no cost. Class not discountable.

Americana

6/27 F 6:00–8:00 PM $3 at the door

Beach Ball

7/25 F 6:00–8:00 PM $3 at the door

Jungle Safari

8/22 F 6:00–8:00 PM $3 at the door

Bingo & Ice Cream Social

Start your summer off with friends by playing BINGO and eating
ice cream!

Location: Senior Center

Note: Attendants welcome at no cost. Class not discountable.

6/3 Tu 6:30–8:00 PM $10 302408-01

End of Summer Picnic

Celebrate the end of the season with friends, teammates, and family. For more information please contact Renée Lee at rlee@fcgov.com or 970.224.6027.

Location: Spring Canyon Park

Note: Please bring a potluck item to share.

8/14 Th 5:30–8:00 PM $5 302909-01

Trips & Outings

Midsummer Festival

The 2014 Scandinavian Midsummer Festival is downtown in Estes Park. We will learn about vikings, sword fighting and folk dancing!

Location: Edora Pool Ice Center

Note: Please dress for the weather and wear comfortable
walking shoes. Attendants must pre-register separately.
Class not discountable.


6/28 Sa 10:00 AM–4:00 PM $25 302312-01

6/28 Sa 10:00 AM–4:00 PM No Fee 302312-1A

Greeley Stampede Rodeo

Join us for the PRCA Rodeo Day 4 show that is from 7–9 p.m. at the Greeley Stampede. Transportation will be provided home to those living within City limits if needed.

Location: Edora Pool Ice Center

Note: Please dress for the weather and bring rain gear. Attendants must pre-register separately. Class not discountable.

7/2 W 6:00–10:00 PM $35 302313-01

7/2 W 6:00–10:00 PM $20 302313-1A

Beach Party

Cool off on a hot summer afternoon at Boyd Lake. Activities will include swimming, floating, and park and beach games.

Location: Edora Pool Ice Center

Note: Please bring a bathing suit, towel, sun screen, bug spray,
water bottle, sack lunch, snacks and extra layers. Attendants must pre-register separately at no cost


8/1 F 2:00–6:00 PM $15 302320-01

8/1 F 2:00–6:00 PM No Fee 302320-1A

Phamaly Performance

See page 64 for details
Aqua-Fitness

Classes are for ages 18 years and up unless otherwise noted.

General Information

Classes with fewer than five patrons registered by the end of the first day of class will be canceled for that session. If the class enrollment is not met, the class will be canceled and there will be no drop-in. Drop-in participants do not count in registration numbers. Patrons may attend only the class for which they are registered. There are no make-up classes for missed aqua fitness classes.

Drop-In Policy:

Participants may drop-in to aqua fitness classes if space is available using either:

$5.50/class visit

1 admission from a 10 admission drop-in fitness pass ($50)

Reduced rates for drop-in to aqua-fitness classes do not apply

Aqua Personal Training

See page 73 for details.

Skip Dates:

Skip dates for these classes will be printed on the receipt after registration. 6/20, 6/25, 7/24, 9/1.

Low Intensity

Twinges in the Hinges

People with arthritis can exercise! Certified instructors lead the class through gentle, no-impact movements. The warm water may help relieve pain and stiffness. The water’s buoyancy and resistance provides support and help to maintain joint flexibility.

Stretch & Tone

This class designed to develop strength and flexibility in people
who want to tone without an aerobic workout. The equipment
provides different levels of difficulty. Sculpt your body without pounding your joints!

Basic H2O Workout

Get started in water exercise! This class is designed for people
new to water exercise, recovering from an injury or with physical limitations. Range-of-motion, stretching and cardiovascular
elements are emphasized.
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