Fall.Winter 2016.indd - Wilsonville Parks and Rec, OR

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Fall.Winter 2016.indd - Wilsonville Parks and Rec, OR
Wilsonville Activity Guide
September - December
2016
Fall/Winter
PRSRT STD
U.S. Postage Paid
ECRWSS
Permit No. 104
Wilsonville, OR
Postal Patron
ECRWSS
Community Programs Special Events Facility Rentals
WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
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Fall/Winter 2016
503-783-PLAY (7529)
WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
Administrative Offices
29600 SW Park Place
503.783.PLAY
Community Center
7965 SW Wilsonville Road
503.682.3727
Youth and Family Recreation
- Holiday Events
- Mini Hoopers
- Coach Nics Hoop Camp
- Soccer Shots
Adult Recreation
- Body and Pilates Sculpt
- Yoga and Pilates
- Fine Arts
- Dance
- Fit Girls!
- Mad Science
- Youth Library Programs
- Fishing Workshop
6-15
- Indian Cooking
- Zumba
- Tai Chi
- Book Club at the Library
16-27
Active Adults 55+ Programs & Services
- Stretch, Strength and Stamina
- Reiki Clinic
- AARP Smart Driver
- Bunko
Parks and Recreation
Youth Financial Assistance Program
The City of Wilsonville offers financial assistance
for youth classes and programs sponsored by the
Parks and Recreation Department. Assistance is
available for families who reside in Wilsonville or
attend Wilsonville public schools. Applications for
financial assistance are available from the Parks and
Recreation Department. Assistance will be offered in
the form of a tuition waiver based on family income.
Registration and payment for the class or program
must be completed within the regular registration
period. The balance of the assistance must be paid at
the time of registration.
For more information please come by the Parks and
Recreation Administrative Office
or call 503-783-7529
- Senior Meal Program
- Support Groups and Clinics
- Medicare 101: Extra Help
28-30
Disc Golf Course Now
Open in Memorial Park!
Course located east of the dog park
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Facility Rental Opportunities
Are you looking for a venue for your next gathering? Wilsonville Parks and Recreation has a variety of
facilities available for rent. Whether it is a company party, wedding, family reunion or a business meeting,
we can help you find the facility to best suit your needs. For more information: 503-570-1530
River Shelter
Forest Shelter
The River Shelter at Memorial Park sits in the SW
corner of the park near the Willamette River. Amenities include: electricity, water, 16 picnic tables, nearby
horseshoe pits, and a large grassy area suitable for
lawn games. Available April - October.
Maximum capacity: 200
The Forest Shelter at Memorial Park sits in the SE
corner of the park and is a secluded shady shelter.
Amenities include: electricity, water, 20 picnic tables,
and the surrounding area is very wooded with a
small, sloping grassy area. Available April - October.
Maximum capacity: 150
Community Center
Tauchman House
The Wilsonville Community Center is available yearround for rentals on evenings and weekends. A large
multi-purpose room, including a full service kitchen,
and 3 classrooms are available for your use. Rental
includes use of tables and chairs at no additional
charge.
Maximum capacity: 150
The Tauchman House sits in Boones Ferry Park and
the main floor is available for rental year-round.
Amenities include: two open spaces, a kitchen with
stove top, microwave, and refrigerator. Popular
for bridal showers, baby showers and other small
gatherings.
Maximum capacity: 40
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Registration begins August 15th
Fall/Winter 2016
Stein-Boozier Barn
Grove Shelter
The Stein - Boozier Barn is a rustic barn located in
Murase Plaza, with a main gathering space of 1,325
square feet. Amenities include: 14 60” round tables,
96 folding chairs, a 21 cu/ft refrigerator and a 10’ bar
with a sink. The patio in front of the barn contains
terraced basalt stone seating, with the back of the
barn looking out to Boeckman Creek. Both front and
rear sliding doors can be opened. Available April October. Maximum capacity: 96
The Grove Shelter at Murase Plaza is available for
small gatherings. Its proximity to the newly renovated
Murase playground makes it a great destination for
birthday parties. It has six picnic tables (39”x120”),
four trash bins and a bike rack nearby. Available April
- October.
Sports Fields
Splash Shelter
4 baseball/softball, 1 baseball, and 3 soccer fields are
available for rental in Memorial Park.
3 baseball/softball fields and 2 soccer fields feature
lights.
The Splash Shelter at Murase Plaza is available for
small gatherings. Its proximity to the water feature
makes it a great destination for birthday parties.
Available April - October.
Available April 1st - October 31st
Maximum capacity: 20
Maximum capacity: 48
Parks and Recreation Addresses
Murase Plaza
(Stein Boozier Barn, Splash and Grove Shelter)
Entrance at 8300 SW Memorial Drive
Administration Offices
29600 SW Park Place
Community Center
7965 SW Wilsonville Road
Memorial Park
(Sport Fields, River and Forest Shelters)
Entrance at 8100 SW Memorial Drive
Tauchman House
31240 SW Boones Ferry Road
All Park and Facility addresses available at:
WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Harvest Festival
Come enjoy Wilsonville’s Fall Harvest Festival featuring pumpkin decorating
(while supplies last), horse and wagon rides, Story Time with the Library
and a costume parade. Please bring a canned food donation.
Saturday, October 29 th
9:30 - 11:00 am
Stein-Boozier Barn at Murase Plaza
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Costume Parad
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Kids and Pets a
0:45
Story Time at 1
Pumpkin Decorating
Horse and Wagon Rides
Community Tree Lighting
Join Wilsonville Parks and Recreation for cookies, cocoa,
holiday carols by local students and a visit from Santa as we
light the community tree for the holidays.
Wednesday, November 30
Performances: 5:45 pm Tree Lighting: 6:00 pm
Town Center Park
Toy Drive
Please bring a new unwrapped toy to the Parks
and Recreation Admin Building between Monday,
November 7th and Wednesday, December 14th.
Toys will be distributed to those less fortunate
within the local community.
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Youth Programs
Reindeer Romp &
Bullwinkle Bash
5k Fun Run and Kids’ Dash
Saturday, December 3rd
Family Fun Center
Family Fun Center
8:00 am Registration
8:45 am Kids‛ Dash (FREE)
9:00 am 5k Start
and Bullwinkle Bash
11:30 am Bash Ends!
Kids Dash: Free
5k: $10 or $15 Day of Event
Register today at:
WilsonvillleParksandRec.com
5k
#7487
Kid‛s Dash
#7488
“Gingerbread
Houses”
Cocoa and Cookies
Holiday fun Fest
Wednesday, December 14th
4 - 6 pm
Community Center
$5 per house built
Opportunity for
Pictures
with Santa
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Mini Hoopers
Basketball
Wilsonville Parks & Recreation is proud to present the 2016 Mini Hoopers
season. Mini Hoopers Basketball is a noncompetitive basketball league for
1st and 2nd graders centered around fun, skill development and fair play.
The parent night will allow parents/guardians to learn about the program
and will cover league rules, volunteer opportunities and include a video on
behavior at youth sporting events.
Games will be 4 on 4 and played on 8 foot hoops.
Registration Deadline: September 25
No Registrations will be accepted after October 2nd for any reason
League Particulars (All Divisions)
Season:
Dates:
Location:
Cost:
Course #:
October 24 - December 17
Varies depending on team schedule
Boones Ferry and Boeckman Creek
Primary Schools
$50
Late registrations add $25 (Total: $75)
Use the course number below that
corresponds to your child’s grade
1st Grade Boys
Course #: 7541
2nd Grade Boys
Course #: 7542
Parent Night
Required for 1st year families
Strongly recommended for 2nd year
Date:
Time:
Location:
Thurs, September 29
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Community Center
1st and 2nd Grade Girls
Course #: 7543
This program is dependent on parent volunteers to coach teams
If you are interested in coaching, please make note of it on your child’s registration, or call Brian Stevenson
at 503-570-1523, about coaching opportunities. No past experience is required.
Pre-Season Players
& Coaches Clinic
Coach Mike Nichols of Wilsonville High School and Coach Nic’s Hoop Camps,
will lead a clinic designed to increase players dribbling, passing, shooting and
defensive skills for the upcoming season.
Coaches will have an opportunity to learn teaching techniques, fun games to
be implemented during practice and will have a quick session to go over Mini
Hoopers league logistics, policies and to pick up equipment.
Saturday, October 22nd at Boones Ferry Primary School
9:00 am - 11:00 am
$10 per Player
Coaches Free
Course #: 7544
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Registration begins August 15th
Youth Programs
MINI - 2 to 3 year olds
Soccer Shots Mini is a high-energy program introducing children to fundamental
soccer principles, such as using your feet, dribbling, and the basic rules of the
game. Through fun games, songs, and positive reinforcement, children will begin
to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. We encourage parent
involvement in our Mini classes.
CLASSIC - 3 to 5 year olds
Using creative and imaginative games, weekly sessions focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting. We
also highlight a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork, and appreciation. Soccer Shots will expose
your child to the fun of soccer and provide the foundation needed to get started in the sport.
PREMIER - 5 to 8 year olds
Still using our fun, non competitive format, the Premier program teaches more mature skills and concepts at a faster rate
through more complex game play.
All programs include a Soccer Shots Jersey!!
Saturdays
Date:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Course #:
Sat. 9/10 - 11/12
Mini:
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Classic 3-4 yrs: 9:40 am - 10:15 am
Classic 4-5 yrs: 10:25 am - 11:00 am
Premier:
11:10 am - 11:55 am
Memorial Park (near tennis courts)
$170
Mini:
7545
Classic (3-4): 7546
Classic (4-5): 7547
Premier:
7548
Wednesdays (Classic Program Only)
Date:
Wed. 9/14 – 11/16
Time:
11:15 am - 11:50 am
Location:
Memorial Park (near tennis courts)
Cost:
$170
Course #:
7549
Coach Nic’s Holiday Hoop Camp
This camp will build on your child’s existing knowledge of basketball
while having a great time! They will be taught the proper techniques
and skills related to: passing, ball handling, shooting, and the
rules of the game. All of this, while enjoying themselves in a fun,
nonthreatening environment. We will also be using adjustable hoops
so they will be able to practice the proper skills and techniques related
to their own height. There will be games, shoot-outs and prizes!
Grades:
Date:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Course #:
1st - 5th
12/19 - 12/21 (Mon - Wed)
9:00 am - noon
Boones Ferry Primary - Fauna Gym
$50
7550
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
NEW
Camp!!
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Parent and Me Learn to Ice Skate: Ages 2-3
Designed for parent & child to get comfortable on the ice. What an
opportunity to bond and learn to skate in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
One parent and child per class. Fee includes both parent and child.
All classes take place at:
Sherwood Ice Arena
20407 SW Borchers Dr
Sherwood Oregon
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Sat. 9/3 - 9/24
11:40 am - 12:10 pm
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7551
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Sat. 10/1 - 11/19
11:40 am - 12:10 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7552
Dates:
Sat. 12/3 - 1/28
No class 12/24
11:40 am - 12:10 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7553
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Pre-School Learn to Ice Skate: Ages 4-5
This class introduces your child to skating and helps students develop preliminary coordination and strength necessary to
maneuver on the ice. They will learn the proper way to fall and get up along with marching, moving & forward skating.
Wednesday Sessions:
Dates:
Wed. 9/7 - 9/28
Time:
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Fee:
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Course #:
7554
Saturday Sessions:
Dates:
Sat. 9/3 - 9/24
Time:
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Fee:
Course #:
7557
Dates:
Time:
Wed. 10/5 - 11/30
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
No class 11/23
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7555
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Sat. 10/1 - 11/19
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7558
Wed. 12/7 - 1/25
No class 12/28
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
$70 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7556
Dates:
Sat. 12/3 - 1/28
No class 12/24
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7559
Fee:
Course #:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Calling All Instructors!
Wilsonville Parks and Recreation is looking for qualified contract instructors who may be
interested in teaching. If you have a skill you would like to share with the Wilsonville
community, we want to hear from you!
Program ideas for youth, adults and adult 55+ are welcomed.
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Registration begins August 15th
Fall/Winter
Youth Programs
2016
Beginner Learn to Ice Skate: Ages 6-10
Students will learn to sit/stand on ice, march across ice, forward sizzles, backward wiggles, two foot snowplow and
stop. Fun, upbeat atmosphere.
Wednesday Sessions:
Dates:
Wed. 9/7 - 9/28
Time:
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Fee:
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Course #:
7564
Saturday Sessions:
Dates:
Sat. 9/3 - 9/24
Time:
11:05 am - 11:35 am
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Fee:
Course #:
7567
Dates:
Time:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Sat. 10/1 - 11/19
11:05 am - 11:35 am
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7568
Dates:
Sat. 12/3 - 1/28
No class 12/24
11:05 am - 11:35 am
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7569
Fee:
Course #:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Wed. 10/5 - 11/30
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
No class 11/23
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7565
Wed. 12/7 - 1/25
No class 12/28
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
$70 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7566
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Pre-Teen and Teen Learn to Ice Skate: Ages 11-17
For the beginner skater to promote physical fitness while improving balance, coordination, develop preliminary
coordination and strength. Learn the proper way to fall and get up along with marching, moving, and forward skating.
Wednesday Sessions:
Dates:
Wed. 9/7 - 9/28
Time:
6:05 pm - 6:35 pm
Fee:
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Course #:
7570
Saturday Sessions:
Dates:
Sat. 9/3 - 9/24
Time:
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Fee:
Course #:
7573
Dates:
Time:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Sat. 10/1 - 11/19
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7574
Dates:
Sat. 12/3 - 1/28
No class 12/24
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7575
Fee:
Course #:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Wed. 10/5 - 11/30
6:05 pm - 6:35 pm
No class 11/23
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7571
Wed. 12/7 - 1/25
No class 12/28
6:05 pm - 6:35 pm
$70 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7572
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
If you are interested in advertising
for a future Activity Guide,
please contact Tom Creamer
[email protected]
Next Guide: January - April
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Fit Girls!
Jules Moody
Calling all girls, middle school-aged and up for this introduction to body sculpt and core (page 16). Bring your mom, or not,
and we will use a mat and light weights to sculpt lean muscles, with focus on the core, abdominals and back. We will work
each muscle group with a variety of exercises Fitness mat required.
This class can be taken solo or with your parents - requires registration for all those attending
Ages:
11 and older
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location:
Community Center
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Wed. 9/7 - 10/26
$59
7595
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Wed. 11/2 - 12/21
$59
7596
Fishing Workshop
Coyle Outdoors
Spend the day learning various fishing techniques. We will
be fishing this spot at a peak time when we should catch
LOTS of fish! Learn how to cast, set up a rod, fly fishing
techniques and how to clean the fish you catch (We will
get a fire going and cook them for lunch!). Learn what
bait or lures to use for the type of fish you’re trying to
catch. You’ll also learn primitive fishing methods including
various fish traps and trot lines. Contact Coyle Outside
for details 541-760-0774. Please bring a lunch and water
and snacks for the day. Wear clothes and shoes that can
get wet and muddy.
Ages:
8-12
Dates:
Sat. 11/5
Time:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location:
Mary S. Young Park
19900 Willamette Drive
West Linn, OR 97068
Cost:
$62
Course #:
7576
School’s Out - Science Time!
Ages:
Date:
Cost:
Location:
5 - 12
Fri. 10/14
$39 per session - lunch supervision provided if students sign up for both sessions
Tauchman House
Dynamic Science
What makes a ball bounce and how does a rollercoaster
work? Jump, pop, flip and stretch in this energetic
exploration of science and experience firsthand the science
behind movement. This class will keep you full of energetic
science fun!
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Course #:
7593
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Crazy Chemistry
Bubbling beakers and glow in the dark solutions! Be a
master chemist in our own safe laboratory and examine
the minerals and chemicals around us that prove to be
truly illuminating!
Time:
Course #:
Registration begins August 15th
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
7594
Youth Programs
Wilsonville Public Library
8200 SW Wilsonville Rd.
Wilsonville, OR 97070
503-682-2744
www.wilsonvillelibrary.org
Come explore the Wilsonville Public Library! We provide a wide variety of services for Wilsonville area residents
and businesses. Our mission is to serve as a reference and resource center for practical information needs, lifelong
learning, and entertainment.
Our collection comprises over 100,000 items in many formats, supplemented by local and far-reaching electronic
resources, professional services, and a friendly, knowledgeable staff with a commitment to top-quality service.
Free library cards are available to all Clackamas County citizens served by the Library District of Clackamas County.
Preferred ID is a valid driver’s license with current address, but residents may also provide other photo ID and
proof of current address.
Keep up to date on upcoming Library events with eNotify. Sign up for these email notifications by visiting our
website: www.wilsonvillelibrary.org.
Youth Programs at the Library
Baby Time
Moms, Dads, Grandmas and Caregivers join
us for songs, rhymes, and special bonding
time with your baby.
Stay afterward to play and chat with other
caregivers about all things baby!
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
0 to 12 months
Tues. 9/6 - 12/6
11:00 am - 11:45 am
(including playtime)
Oak Room
No Charge
Toddler Time
Join us for an interactive program that includes
songs, parachute fun, bubbles, puppets and
stories for our youngest patrons. This program
is designed with even the most active toddler in
mind!
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
1 to 2 years old
Tues. 9/6 - 12/6
10:00 am - 10:30 am
Oak Room
No Charge
WilsonvilleLibrary.org
Register online
at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Family Storytime
Library Playgroup
Bring the whole family for
crowd pleasing good time
with books, stories, and
songs.
Ages:
Dates:
Location:
Cost:
All ages
9/6 - 12/8
Tues. evenings 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Wed. mornings 10:30 am - 11:00 am
Wed. afternoons 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Thurs. mornings 10:30 am - 11:00 am
Oak Room
No Charge
Drop in any time and let the
kiddos play with a variety of
toys, as well as socialize with
the under 6 crowd.
Ages:
birth to 6 years
old
Mon. 9/12 - 12/15
10:00 - 11:30 am
Oak Room
No Charge
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
K-2 Book Adventures
The Zone
Join us as we share some of our favorite classic
stories, books and authors through interactive
storytelling, puppetry and other fun
activities. For children Kindergarten
through 2nd Grade.
Legos, games, booktalks, and other activities for
kids in Grades 3 through 5.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Kindergarten - 2nd grade
Thurs. 9/15
Thurs. 10/20
Thurs. 11/17
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
3rd through 5th grade
Thurs. 11/3
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
Read to the Dogs
Share a favorite book with a special listener: a
certified therapy dog! Children can sign up for 15
minute sessions of reading to dogs at the Wilsonville
Public Library. The child chooses the book and how
much reading and petting to do.
Stop by the library or call the Youth Services office at
503-570-1599 to sign up for a 15 minute session.
Get email reminders for Kids Programs
Sign up for eNews and receive an email reminder of every special library event for kids. Register through the library website
at www.wilsonvillelibrary.org, or email Steven in the Youth Services Department at:
[email protected] to sign up.
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Registration
begins August 15th
WilsonvilleLibrary.org
Youth Programs
Teen Programs at the Library
Teen programs are free and open to students in grades 6-12.
Teen Monthly Programs
With a history of unforgettable events (Video
Game Days, Bollywood, life-size Candyland in
the library, Murder Mystery Nights), you and your
friends won’t want to miss a single Teen program.
All programs are FREE and in the Oak Room.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
6th-12th grade students
TBA
TBA
Oak Room
No Charge
Teen E-mail List
Want to come to an event, but need a little reminder?
Send us an e-mail at [email protected] to get added to our eNews list.
Or become a Facebook friend of “Wilsonville Library Teens” to get event updates!
Taekwondo with Lee’s Martial Arts
All classes held at Lee’s Martial Arts 8263 SW Wilsonville Rd. Suite A (by Dollar Tree)
$79 per session - Includes Uniform and belt
Little Tigers (Ages 4 -5)
Time: 3:40 - 4:10 pm
Fast-paced, fun-filled classes in which children will learn the concept of self-discipline. You can expect them to
develop better hand-eye coordination, as well as sharing and social skills. (New participants only, cannot repeat
course)
Tuesday/Thursday and Wednesday/Friday class options available
Childrens Course (Ages 6 -12)
Time: 4:55 - 5:40 pm
The key is confidence. It is Lee’s belief that with self-confidence, kids can succeed and find happiness in life.
Students will learn taekwondo techniques as well as essential skills such as discipline and self-defense that will
prepare them for any situation and may one day save their life from unwanted real dangers. (New participants only,
cannot repeat course)
Tuesday/Thursday and Monday/Wednesday class options available
Teen Course (Ages 13 and older)
Time: 7:10 - 7:55 pm
Class is designed to integrate taekwondo and physical fitness while developing self-defense skills. Participants will
learn the basic fundamentals of taekwondo shaping techniques and conditioning. (New participants only, cannot
repeat course)
Tuesday/Thursday and Monday/Wednesday class options available
Class sessions are 1 month in length
Full class schedule and corresponding course numbers can be found on the Parks and Recreation website
Register online
at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
WilsonvilleLibrary.org
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Adult Programs
All classes open to participants 18 and older unless specified
Sculpt and Zumba
Body Sculpt
Pilates Sculpt
Jules Moody
Jules Moody
Strengthen and tone all major muscle groups. Focus
will be on the core with sets of hand weight repetitions
working the entire body. Modifications and different
size weights, so the class can be suited individually as
you progress. Fun music, fun people, come join us!
Exercise mat required.
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location:
Community Center
Get the best of both pilates and strength fitness in
this new hybrid class! We will use a mat and light
weights to sculpt lean muscles, with focus on the core—
abdominals and back. We will work each muscle group
with a variety of weights, so ANY level from beginner to
advanced will be challenged. Exercise mat required.
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Location:
Community Center
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Mon. 9/5 - 10/24
$59
7427
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Wed. 9/7 - 10/26
$59
7577
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Mon. 10/31 - 12/19
$59
7430
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Wed. 11/2 - 12/21
$59
7578
Zumba ®
Heidi Baum
Perfect for everybody and every body! Each Zumba
class is designed to bring people together to sweat
it on. Here’s how it works: take the “work” out of
workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity
moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance
fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take
over, you’ll see why Zumba Fitness classes are often
called exercise in disguise. Super effective? Check.
Super fun? Check and check. Benefits include: A total
workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio,
muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted
energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you
leave class.
Date:
Wed. 10/5 - 11/30
No class 11/23
Time:
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$55
Course #:
7451
Want to try out the new Disc
Golf Course in Memorial Park but
don’t have your own set of discs?
Come by the Parks and Rec Admin
Office to check out a 2-disc set
for just $5.
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Registration begins August 15th
Adult Programs
Pilates
Pilates Move for Life
Pilates Healthy Back & Flexibility
Kim Beattie
Kim Beattie
Work on strong posture, core stability, balance and
flexibility. A weak core can make you susceptible to poor
posture, low back pain and muscle injuries. Please bring
an exercise mat and foam roller.
Date:
Mon. 10/24 - 12/12
Time:
9:30 am - 10:30 am
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$65
Course #:
7444
Pilates and Props!
Pilates is a fun and effective way to get your back
into shape! Whether you have back issues or are just
concerned about staying healthy, you will gain strength
and flexibility in the muscles surrounding your spine.
A combination of lying, seated and standing exercises
and stretching will keep you moving more comfortably.
Bring a mat and foam roller.
Date:
Wed. 10/12 - 11/30
Time:
10:30am - 11:30 am
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$65
Course #:
7445
Kim Beattie
A compliment to the Monday class, working on core
muscles that stabilize and strengthen the spine are
discovered through a variety of Pilates based exercises.
Balance and flexibility are improved through use of props
including: balls, foam rollers and straps. Please bring an
exercise mat and foam roller.
Date:
Wed. 10/12 - 11/30
Time:
9:30 am - 10:30 am
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$65
Course #:
7416
Instructor Bio - Kim Beattie
Kim Beattie became a student of Pilates following years
of debilitating pain and physical therapy. It was her last
physical therapist who applied the principles of Pilates to her
rehabilitation. It wasn’t until she became a student of Pilates
that she realized she could live with her pain controlled, and
gain strength and flexibility. She also found a better balance of
mind and body. Her training includes completion of a rigorous
600 hour BASI (Body Arts and Science International) teacher
training program. She spent the last sixteen years caring for her
son who has Autism. Finding the right school for him opened
doors for her to follow her own path.
In addition to her love of family, friends and animals, she and
her family escape to Pacific City as often as possible. Kim lives
with her husband of 23 years, her 16 year old son, her parents,
and a houseful of dogs and cats.
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Yoga
Hatha Yoga Basics
Hatha Yoga
Ela McDaniel
Tracy Cohen and Ahsamon Ante-Marandi
New to yoga, a returning yogi, or anyone wishing
to deepen their practice, this two thousand year old
classical style of yoga will focus on the fundamentals
of the many facets of Hatha Yoga. With the use of
props, this all levels class is assessable for everyone
and features a series of physical postures and their
modifications, sequencing, detail to proper alignment,
and yogic breathing exercises. Tools needed are:
exercise mat, block and strap.
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Session I
Date:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Course #:
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Community Center
$47
Thurs. 9/8 - 10/27
7439
Thurs. 11/3 - 12/29
No class 11/24
7440
This co-taught class offers a foundation of yoga poses
focused on sound body alignment, and explores the
stress reduction benefits of yoga, like mindful breathing
and meditation. Use of props is encouraged (straps,
blocks and blankets are provided) and modifications are
offered to accommodate varying levels of experience.
With two teachers, you can expect more individual
attention, creative sequencing and a light-hearted,
friendly approach. Students may sign up for either the
Tuesday or Thursday classes, or both for a twice-weekly
practice. Exercise mat required.
Ages:
16 and older
Time:
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Location:
Community Center
Tuesdays
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
9/6-10/25
$59
7597
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
11/1-12/13
$51
7599
Gentle Hatha Yoga
Ela McDaniel
A calming, stress-relieving yoga class designed to
strengthen the body gradually, while building on the
five essentials of movement: balance, mobility, agility,
stability and flexibility. Emphasis is placed on moving
to feel better, conscious breathing, relaxation and
honoring the body. The use of chairs and other props
is offered to ensure that the benefits of yoga are
available to folks of varying degrees of strength and
flexibility.
Time
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$47
Session I
Date:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Course #:
18
Tues. 10/18 - 12/6
7432
Tues. 12/13 - 1/31
7433
Thursdays
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
Date:
Cost:
Course#:
9/8-10/27
$59
7598
11/3-12/15
No class
11/24
$44
7600
Save $10
when you sign up for both Tues and
Thurs during the same session
Free Yoga in the Grove
Liz Brower
Enjoy a free, all-levels vinyasa flow yoga class below the
trees, outdoors this Summer. Vinyasa flow yoga connects
movement with the breath and is a great way to decrease
stress, increase strength, and become more flexible. Yoga is
for everyone and modifications will be offered according to
each body type and level. Class will take place in the grass,
please bring a yoga mat.
Date:
Saturdays in September
*Class will not take place in the rain
Time
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Location:
Murase Plaza - near the Grove Shelter
Cost:
No Charge
Registration begins August 15th
Adult Programs
Tai Chi, Nia and Meditation
Beginning Tai Chi
Tai Chi Studio
James Lusk
James Lusk
Curious about Tai Chi? This class introduces a simplified
Tai Chi form that targets a range of benefits including:
balance, flexibility, improving core strength, and
improving memory. An additional bonus is having
fun with a group and discovering the joy of mindful
movement.
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Location:
Community Center
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Tues. and Thurs. 9/20 - 11/22
$65
7437
Tues. and Thurs. 11/29 - 12/29
$40
7438
A unique studio session, class opens with Qigong and
warmups that target the joints and promotes relaxation.
There is a focus on empty hand Tai Chi forms with 24
and 47 gestures during the first hour.
The remainder of class is for practice with Tai Chi sword
and fan movements.
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location:
Community Center
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Tues. and Thurs. 9/20 - 11/22
$80
7441
Tues. and Thurs. 11/29 - 12/29
$55
7442
Nia
Ela McDaniel
Nia is the art of movement; combining 52 simple moves
with a combination of dance arts, martial arts, and
healing arts. It is designed so anyone can comfortably
move to his or her own body’s way. Nia tones your
mind and tunes your body so you walk away feeling
energized, mentally clear, and emotionally balanced.
Nia is practiced barefoot, is non-impact, adaptable to
individual abilities and is choreographed to music.
Time:
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Date:
Fri. 10/7 - 12/9
No class 11/11 and 11/25
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$47
Course #:
7446
Guided Meditation Meetup
Ahsamon Ante-Marandi
Assisted Living
Post Acute Rehab
Rehabilitation
ph 503-682-2330
marquiscompanies.com
This is a free, weekly opportunity for anyone wishing
to begin a meditation practice or to have a regular,
supportive environment to come for meditation.
Experience the energy of a group practice! We’ll
explore a variety of guided meditations, making each
week a unique experience. Beginners welcome. Bring
your own zafu or blankets/pillows to sit upon. Chairs
available, if needed. Door locks promptly at 5:40pm so
please plan accordingly. No pre-registration required!
Date:
Wed. Ongoing
Time
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Location:
Parks and Recreation Admin Building
Cost:
No Charge
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Learn to Ice Skate
For the beginner skater to promote physical fitness while improving balance, coordination, develop preliminary coordination
and strength. Learn the proper way to fall and get up along with marching, moving, and forward skating.
All classes take place at: Sherwood Ice Arena 20407 SW Borchers Dr Sherwood Oregon
Wednesday Sessions:
Dates:
Wed. 9/7 - 9/28
Time:
6:05 pm - 6:35 pm
Fee:
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Course #:
7579
Saturday Sessions:
Dates:
Sat. 9/3 - 9/24
Time:
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$40 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
Fee:
Course #:
7582
Dates:
Time:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Sat. 10/1 - 11/19
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7583
Dates:
Sat. 12/3 - 1/28
No class 12/24
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7584
Fee:
Course #:
Dates:
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Wed. 10/5 - 11/30
6:05 pm - 6:35 pm
No class 11/23
$80 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7580
Wed. 12/7 - 1/25
No class 12/28
6:05 pm - 6:35 pm
$70 + $15 annual fee paid to SIA
7581
Time:
Fee:
Course #:
Taekwondo Fitness
Class is designed to integrate taekwondo and physical
fitness while developing self-defense skills. Participants
will learn the basic fundamentals of taekwondo shaping
techniques and conditioning. (New participants only,
cannot repeat course)
Ages:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Session 1a
Date:
Course #:
Session 1b
Date:
Course #:
Session 2a
Date:
Course #:
Session 2b
Date:
Course #:
Session 3a
Date:
Course #:
Session 3b
Date:
Course #:
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13 and older
7:10 pm - 7:55 pm
Lee’s Martial Arts 8263 SW Wilsonville Rd. Suite A
(by Dollar Tree)
$79 - Includes Uniform and belt
Mon. and Wed. 9/7 - 9/28
7631
Tues. and Thurs. 9/6 - 9/29 (no class 9/15)
7632
Mon. and Wed. 10/3 - 10/26
7633
Hola! Hola! Drop in Spanish Practice
Join this great drop-in group for an hour of
Spanish speaking fun! The class does crossword
puzzles, conjugation exercises and has a great
time conversing in Spanish. Come join the fun and
gain confidence in conversing en espanol.
Mondays (ongoing)
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Community Center
No Charge
Basic understanding of the Spanish language
required
Tues. and Thurs. 10/4 - 10/27
7634
Mon. and Wed. 11/2 - 11/23
7635
Tues. and Thurs. 11/1 - 11/29 (no class 11/24)
7636
Registration begins August 15th
Adult Programs
Mental Health First Aid
MHFA Day Workshop
Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based public
education program that teaches how to recognize and
respond to the warning signs of mental health and
substance use disorders and link people to appropriate
treatment. The program is based on the principle
that early intervention prevents mental illness from
becoming more severe by encouraging people to
get help early. This class is taught by Karen Carlin,
B.A., Case Manager and Susan Schenk, Licensed
Professional Counselor and Certified Drug and Alcohol
Counselor.
Date:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Course #:
Wed. 11/9
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tauchman House
No charge
7417
The Facts
Did you know that you are more likely to come in
contact with someone having a mental health crisis
than a heart attack? In the U.S., mental health
conditions are more common than heart disease and
cancer combined and yet they have long been treated
as separate from our overall health and well being. In
any one year, 20% of the population will be diagnosed
with a mental health condition. MHFA helps people
understand that mental illnesses are real, common and
treatable.
Free Job Readiness Workshops
Presented by WorkSource Oregon
In these 90 - 120 minute workshops you will be able to learn new trends about the use of social
media in job searching, resume writing, interview techniques, positive communication and more.
Workshop Topics include: Job Search Success, Resume Ready, Acing The Interview,
Interview Coaching, and Social Media & Job Searching.
Open to ages 12 and older
Workshop dates: 9/7, 9/8, 11/2, 11/3, 1/25 and 1/26
Time varies based on the workshop
Parks and Rec Admin Building
No charge
For more information and to view the monthly schedule visit: www.nwfs.org/job-help
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Healthy Bones and BalanceBeginning
Healthy Bones and BalanceReturning Students
Brad Moore
Brad Moore
Designed to strengthen all elements of your body, combining
circuit training, strength conditioning, aerobic fitness, flexibility
and balance. The instructor uses evidence based exercise
strategies with the goal of improving bone density and
decreasing the likelihood of a fall or an injury. This class will
help you get on track to a stronger and healthier you.
Time
9:30 am - 10:20 am
Location:
Community Center
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Mon., Wed. and Fri. 9/7 - 10/21
$47
7425
Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11/2- 12/21
No class 11/11 and 11/25
$37
7428
This level is designed to challenge prior class participants.
The instructor will incorporate: circuit training, strength
conditioning, aerobic fitness, flexibility and balance. The
instructor uses evidence based exercise strategies with the
goal of improving bone density and decreasing the likelihood
of a fall or an injury.
Time
8:30 am - 9:20 am
Location:
Community Center
Session I
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Cost:
Course #:
Mon., Wed. and Fri. 9/7 - 10/21
$47
7434
Mon., Wed. and Fri. 11/2 - 12/21
No class 11/11 and 11/25
$37
7443
Wellness Coaching
Celebrating 12 years as
Wilsonville’s Dependable Full
Service Printer
Could you use a little help to rise above
the barriers to good health?
Would you like someone to encourage you
and push you to make lasting changes in
your mindset and behavior?
Brad Moore, an American College of Sports
Medicine certified Personal Trainer and
certfied Wellness Coach, is offering a limited
number of spaces to individuals interested in
bettering themselves for the upcoming year
and beyond.
The Wellness Coaching program includes
an initial 60 minute in-person consultation
and weekly 30 minute phone check-ins for
11 consecutive weeks. The cost for the
program is $249 plus $30 subscription to the
Wellcoaches Interactive Wellness Website
and Community.
To learn more about the program, please
contact Brad at [email protected] or
503-570-1522.
Prographics is your local, reliable source for:
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Commercial printing
Postcards & mailing
Variable data printing
Prographics Services is dedicated to providing
customers with high quality, cost effective
print solutions. Let us put our years of industry
experience and commitment to quality to work
for you today!
Contact us now! · 503-968-1999
[email protected]
WilsonvilleParksandRec.com/WellnessCoaching
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• Logo merchandise
• Business cards
• Letterhead/Envelopes
Registration begins August 15th
Adult Programs
Zumba Gold ®
Heidi Baum
Zumba Gold® takes the Zumba formula and modifies the
moves and pacing to suit the needs of the active older
participant. What stays the same are all the elements
the Zumba Fitness-Party is known for: the zesty Latin
music, like salsa, merengue, cumbia and reggaeton; the
exhilarating, easy-to-follow moves; and the invigorating,
party-like atmosphere.
Date:
Mon. 10/24 - 12/12
Time:
1:30 pm - 2:15 pm
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$55
Course #:
7449
Community Center
Fitness Studio
Free Motion Dual Cable Cross
Precor Treadmill
Kettlebells
Start with an FMS at No Charge
Functional Movement Screening (FMS)
identifies the weakest link in your
movement patterns with seven simple
tests. This is a 45 minute personal
assessment to identify your physical
movement capabilities.
Call 503-682-3727 to schedule an appointment
Individual Personal Training
“Piecemakers” Quilters Recognized
by Children’s Aid Group
The “Piecemakers,” were recognized by CASA
(Court Appointed Special Advocates) for their
contributions of quilts to foster children and their
siblings. The CASA staff told the quilting group
how much their quilts were a source of comfort
and pride for the children, and how they enjoyed
having something of their very own to cherish.
The quilting group is provided with an annual
budget by the WCSI.
The Quilting group meets on
Tuesdays from 9 to 11:45 am at the
Tauchman House
Whether you want to lose weight,
gain strength, increase mobility, or
just live a healthier life, personal
training can help you stay focused
and motivated en route to achieving
your fitness goals. As part of your
personal training package, we will
assess your current fitness level,
help you set goals, and keep your
fitness program fun and effective.
Packages
4 sessions:
8 sessions:
16 sessions:
24 sessions:
$150
$255
$440
$560
4 session packages may be scheduled
once per week.
8, 16 and 24 session packages require
a twice per week commitment.
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Metro
Trail Counts
Collect important data on bicycle
and pedestrian activity in Wilsonville
2 hour volunteer shifts
September 15-19
Register at RideSMART.com/bikeped2016 or 503-682-7790 X 1497
Adult Programs at the Library
The Marriage of Art & Fiction
N. Rubel
“I got the call about Robert Oliver
in April 1999, less than a week
after he’d pulled a knife in the
nineteenth-century collection at the
National Gallery.” And so begins our
first book, The Swan Thieves, by
Elizabeth Kostova. We will read four
novels centering on either art or an
artist and their work. Fine arts and
literature come alive through lively
discussion and visuals. The artwork as well as the
novel will be discussed.
Book Club
The Book Club meets monthly for informal discussions
in the Library. Join fellow readers for lively and thoughtprovoking conversation about excellent books.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
High School through Adult
Thurs. 9/8
Thurs. 10/13
Thurs. 11/3
Thurs. 12/8
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Rose Room
No Charge
*NOTE: Please read The Swan Thieves before the
first class. Participants may want to get an early start
on this lengthy novel of nearly 600 pages.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
24
High School through Adult
Wed. 9/7 - 10/26
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Oak Room
$40 for class series
Texts available for purchase at a
discount.
Questions? Contact Malia Laughton by phone at 503682-2744, by email at [email protected],
or visit our website at www.wilsonvillelibrary.org.
Registration begins August 15th
Adult Programs
Games for all ages
at your Library
How to Write a Novel in 30 Days
November is National
Novel Writing Month (aka
“Nanowrimo”). The goal: write
a 50,000 word novel during
the month. Not sure how to
do it? Come find out! Learn
tips and strategies for writing
your Great American Novel in
record time.
Game Night
Enjoy a variety of board games and card games at this
monthly gathering. Play one of our board games, or
bring your own! Meet fellow gamers and have fun at
this informal event.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
All ages. Children welcome with parent
or caregiver.
Wed. 9/28
Wed. 10/26
Wed. 11/30
Wed. 12/28
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tables behind the Reference Desk
No Charge
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
Creating a Wellness Vision
Are you engaged, passionate, and leading a life that you
desire? Learn how you can begin to create a wellness
vision for yourself by using your innate strengths and
the strengths of others to help make your aspirations
for a healthy and passionate life come true in this fun
workshop.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
International Games Day
High School through Adult
Sat. 10/22
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
High School through Adult
Thurs. 9/29
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
Introduction to Meditation
Celebrate International Games Day with a day of
gaming at the library! Choose from a variety of board
and card games, including new games just for this
event, or bring your own.
Meditation reduces stress, improves concentration, and
increases happiness, but just how exactly do you do it?
Gain an overview of meditation, and then try a variety of
meditation exercises.
Ages:
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
All ages. Children welcome with parent
or caregiver.
Sat. 11/19
12:00 - 4:00 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
High School through Adult
Sat. 10/15
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
Book Notes Concert Series
The Story Collector:
Memoir Workshop
The Story Collector workshop jumps into memory,
allows your stories to emerge, and offers ideas on how
to preserve them based on your unique vision. Bring a
journal or some paper, your favorite pen or pencil, and
something to share: a picture of a loved one, a picture
of a place you remember deeply, an object or family
heirloom.
Ages:
Dates:
Time:
Location:
Fee:
High School through Adult
Sat. 9/17
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Oak Room
No Charge
The library stacks are alive with the sound of music!
Join us on the second
Saturday of the month
at 2 pm for free concerts
by local musicians in the
Fiction area.
Sat. 10/8: Rebecca
Hardiman and Friends
(jazz)
Sat. 11/12: Sean Gaskell (West African harp)
Sat. 12/10: Carolee and Romeo (Irish folk music)
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Ukulele Jam
Timark Hamilton
All Skill Levels are Welcome!
Beginners will learn basic technique; advanced players
will take us to new musical horizons. All will have fun
and enjoy the classic musical approach: the song circle.
Pass or play a song of your choice when it’s your turn.
Our resource book is yet to be decided but if you have
the Ukulele 365, the PUA books or anything else, bring
them to the first meeting. We’re all a work in progress,
so all levels are encouraged - if you’re brand new to the
Uke, we’ll take some time assessing the overall level and
make sure we all get what we came for without being
overwhelmed or under-nourished.
Date:
Wed. ongoing
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
No Charge
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Oil Painting
Judy Stubb
In this Bob Ross style of oil painting class, you will start with a blank canvas and leave with a completed masterpiece!
This class is taught by Judy Stubb, who has been painting for 11 years and is a certified Bob Ross Floral Instructor.
Each class is a different painting. All supplies are provided. Class examples available at www.wetpaints.net.
Ages:
12 and older
Location:
Parks and Recreation Admin Building
Cost:
$50 per course
Tuesday Classes
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday Classes
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Date:
Course #:
Tues. 9/6
7585
Date:
Course #:
Sat. 9/10
7589
Date:
Course #:
Tues. 10/4
7586
Date:
Course #:
Sat. 10/8
7590
Date:
Course #:
Tues. 11/1
7587
Date:
Course #:
Sat. 11/12
7591
Date:
Course #:
Tues. 12/6
7588
Date:
Course #:
Sat. 12/10
7592
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Registration begins August 15th
Adult Programs
Tap Dance for All Levels
Judy Tibbles
Talk about fun! Whether you’ve tapped before or you’re a
beginner with two left feet, this class will have you shuffling
off to Buffalo in no time. Tap dancing is great exercise and
the fun and friendly atmosphere of this class will keep you
coming back for more.
Date:
Wed. 9/14 - 11/16
Time
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$70
Course #:
7419
Line Dance
Patti Drewry
Line dancing: Exercise your body & mind by dancing to
lively, upbeat music. Line Dancing is a fun way to dance
socially without a dance partner. Dancing styles covered in
this class include Country Western, Swing, Salsa, Tango,
Cha Cha, Rumba, Waltz & more. This class is designed for
the beginning line dancer as well as those with some line
dance experience.
Date:
Mon., 10/17 - 12/5
Time:
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$40
Course #:
7424
Cooking with Usha
Knitting Classes with Alice
Instructor Alice Knox offers personalized instruction
in a fun group setting. Participants can choose
from a variety of knitting projects.
Location: Community Center
Cost: $47
Knitting for Everyone
Participants willl learn how to knit, and have fun!
We’ll start at the beginning and learn the following
techniques: cast on, knit, purl and bind off. All levels
are welcome, and you need not have prior knitting
experience.
Date:
Mon. 9/12- 10/31
Time:
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Course #:
7560
Knitting a Frio Cabled Hat
Learn to knit from the front to the back of the
head in one piece; participants will use short rows
to smoothly curve its shape. The band wil be
created afterward to ensure a good fit.
Date:
Mon. 9/12 - 10/31
Time:
10:00 am - Noon
Course #:
7562
Done by Monday Afghan
Each of the 15 knit designs uses 10 balls of
Encore worsted yarn and size 13 needles. The
yarn is used double stranded throughout for
speedy knitting. Each afghan is quickly finished at
approximately 45” to 50” in size. Come and make
this cuddly afghan for the winter.
Date:
Wed. 9/14 - 11/2
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Course #:
7563
Usha Kotecha
This class will consist of 30 minutes of discussion,
explanation of recipe and handouts, 60 minutes of prep
and cooking and 30 minutes of clean up. Instructor Usha
Kotech has worked in the food industry for many years,
has a Certification in Restaurant Arts and owned a catering
business at a farmers’ market. All food and materials
included, and participants will be able to sample the dishes
that are prepared.
Time
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$15
Session I Indian Flat Bread- Naan
Date:
Wed. 9/14
Course #:
7422
Session II Samosas
Date:
Wed. 10/12
Course #:
7423
The Woodcarving group meets
on Wednesdays from 1-3 at the
Community Center
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Active Adults 55+ Programs and Services
Nutrition - Activities - Clinics - Support Groups
Nutrition Program
Lunch is served at noon on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Special Meals:
Oktoberfest! 10/19
Kielbasa sausage, braised cabbage, hot
pretzel and apple dessert
Thanksgiving Meal 11/18
Turkey and all the trimmings
Holiday Meal 12/16
Roast Beef, Yukon Gold potatoes and holiday
dessert
Ongoing Activities
Bridge Group
Bridge Group
Pinochle/Cribbage Play
Computer Assistance
Ladies Afternoon Out
Partners’ Bridge
Photography Club
Quilters
The I-5 Connection
Wilsonville Walkers
Woodcarving
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Fridays 1 - 4 pm
$1 Drop in charge
Call 503-682-3727 to sign up
Mondays 1 - 4 pm
Tuesdays 1 - 4 pm
Wednesdays 10:30 am - noon
Call 503-682-3727 for an appt.
Thursdays 1 - 3 pm
2nd & 4th Tuesdays 12:30 pm - 3 pm
$1 Charge, Call 503-656-6105 to sign up
Wednesdays 10 - 11:30 am
Tuesdays 9- 11:45 am
Thursdays 10 am - noon
Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 am
Wednesdays 1- 3 pm
Registration begins August 15th
The Center offers a variety
of clinics and support
groups to support the
health and well being of our
participants. The support
groups include: Alzheimer’s
Caregiver, Bereavement,
Senior Partners and Healthy
Changes Diabetic Support
Group.
The Clinics offered include:
Blood Pressure, Foot Care,
Wheelchair and Walker
Repair.
Active Adult 55+ Programs and Services
Age-Friendly Programs
Classes and programs that are likely a good fit for those participants ages 55 and older
AARP Smart Driver
Stretch, Strength & Stamina
AARP Staff
Randi McLenithan
This 6-hour course is split into two sessions and
will provide you with a comprehensive review of
safe driving techniques. Insurance companies often
provide discounts to those who complete this course.
You must attend both class dates.
Session I
Date:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Course #:
Session II
Date:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Course #:
Fri. 9/16 and 9/23
9:00 am - Noon
Community Center
$15 AARP members
$20 Non-members
(payable at first session)
7420
This basic exercise class is led by a certified
personal trainer with experience teaching classes
designed for students with arthritis or osteoporosis.
Exercises can be performed standing up or sitting in
a chair. This upbeat class includes: strength training
with weights, exercise bands and stretching.
Date:
Mon. & Fri. ongoing
Time:
11:00 am - 11:45 am
Location:
Community Center
Cost:
$1 per class
Fri. 12/2 and 12/9
9:00 am - Noon
Community Center
$15 AARP members
$20 Non-members
(payable at first session)
7421
Reiki.. a path to the light within
Reiki Sessions
Vivian Anderson
Join Vivian on a path to greater health and wellness with
45 minute Reiki sessions. Vivian has been working in
the healing community for many years, investigating the
body’s innate ability to heal itself, and has been working
with Reiki techniques since the 1980s. She is a Usui
Reiki Master and a member of Reiki at Salem Health.
volunteering at local hospitals offering free treatments for
patients.
Date:
1st, 2nd and 3rd Thursdays
Time:
10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Location:
Parks and Rec Admin Building
Cost:
$30/session
Please call 503-783-7529 to schedule an appointment
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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Wilsonville Parks and Recreation
Bunko
Bunko is a great activity that is easy to learn, and
an opportunity to socialize with friends. Come and
try it out, and bring your friends. All are Welcome!
Date:
Time:
Location:
Cost:
3rd Wed. of the month
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Community Center
No charge
Reindeer Romp 5k
Walk/Run and Kids
Dash plus more
Holiday Events
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for information!
Medicare 101: Extra Help
United Healthcare will present: Medicare 101 on the Tuesdays listed below at the
Wilsonville Community Center. The sessions will cover the basics of Medicare including
what to expect when turning 65 or qualifying on the basis of disability, Medicare
Advantage/Medicare Supplement Overview and Extra Help with prescription drugs and
other available programs. These sessions are provided at no cost by Jeffery Dunham,
Financial Services Professional. Formal meeting begins at 11:00 a.m., other times
available for drop in help.
Time:
Location:
Cost:
Dates:
30
10:30 am - 12:30 pm (Meeting starts at 11:00 am)
Community Center
No Charge
Tuesdays: 10/11, 10/25, 11/8, 11/22 and 12/6
Registration begins August 15th
Fall/Winter 2016
Register online:
WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
Registration Information
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Participants may register online, in person, or by mail with cash, check, or card
Phone registrations accepted only when specified in course description
A minor may only be registered by his/her parent or legal guardian.
Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment up to one week in advance.
We strongly encourage participants to register early in order to avoid class cancellations.
Refunds & Cancellations
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100% refund if the City of Wilsonville cancels the class.
Prior to the first class, you may request a 100% refund minus a $5.00 administrative fee.
After the first session of a class, you may request a credit for a future class minus a $5.00 admin fee.
After the second session of a class, credits for a future class may be granted only for illness or medical
reasons (at the discretion of the Director), no refunds will be given.
- Credits are non refundable once issued and must be used prior to June 30
* All community programs follow Wilsonville/West Linn School closures. If the schools are closed due to
inclement weather, scheduled community classes & events will be cancelled. Call for drop in programs.
Inclusion Information
The City of Wilsonville strives to make programming options available to all of our citizens. If you require
special accommodation to particpate, please call 503-783-PLAY. The City will try to make reasonable
accommodations to assist you. Please contact us 2 weeks prior to the start of the program so we can
evaluate your request.
Calling All Instructors!
Wilsonville Parks and Recreation is looking for qualified contract instructors who
may be interested in teaching. If you have a skill you would like to share with the
Wilsonville community, we want to hear from you!
Program ideas for youth, adults and adult 55+ are welcomed.
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board
Kate Johnson
Dave Becker
Kenneth Rice
Steven Benson
Elaine Swyt
Mary Closson
David Davis
Council Liaison: Scott Starr
Community Phone Numbers
Wilsonville Police
SMART Transportation
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
WLWV School District Office
503.682.1012
503.682.7790
503.612.7000
503.673.7000
Register online at WilsonvilleParksandRec.com
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