Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 27, 1977 · Page 52
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can learn the importance arid maintenance of muscle control under fully qualified instructors. Children isitt be placed in "reorganized" age groups to insure less diversity, physically and mentally between peers. AGE: 4 years through 18 years SESSION: SweeksbeginningJune 13 LOCATION: Community Building Gymnasium, 701 10th Avenue CLASST1MES: 4, 5, 6 year olds -- Class 1 -- 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Tuesday ami Thursday Class 11 -- 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Wednesday and Friday 7. 8, 9 year olds - 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Monday thru Friday 10, II, 12 year olds - 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Monday thru Friday 13 years and over -- 11:30 a.m. (o 1:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday Team members will practice at the following times: Junior Varsity - 2:00 p.m. to -1:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday Varsity-l:30p.m. to4:00p.m. Monday thru Friday NOTE: Team members are selected-from the instructional program and have to register for the instructional pro- ram. PEN GYM: A new addition to our program. Supervised gr O . open gym for anyone wishing lo practice gymnastics. FEE:4to6yearohls-$4.00 7 to 18 year olds- $7.00 12-- SUMMER TRACK Events of competition include; 50, 75, 100 and 220 yard dashes, 440 and 880 yard runs, mile run. Field events include: long jump, triple jump, high jump, shot, discus, 440, 880 and mile relays. AGE: 8 years and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Greelcy Central Track DAY : Monday thru Friday TIME: 4:30 p.m. toG:30 p.m. FEE: 55.00 13-YOUNG AMERICA GIRLS'SOFTBALL Instructional league for all skill levels consisting of games and practice schedules. AGE: 8 through 15 years SESSION: June 13 through August 5 LOCATION: Greeley Central Practice Field DAY: Monday thru Friday TIME:8:OOa.m.tol2:OOnoon FEE: $5.00 per girl, includes insurance, Young America Jersey, and ball cap 14--YOUNG AMERICA BASEBALL AGE: 7 thru 15 year olds -- must have reached this age on or before June 1,1977 Rookie League -- 7 and t) years of age Minor League -- 9 and 10 years of age Major League -- 11 and 12 years of age Pro League --13,14 and 15 years of age SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Broadview Park (Rookies and Minor) Sherwood Park (Rookies and Minor) Farr Park (Rookies and Minor) Forbes Field (Majors Only) Butch Butler Field (Pro Only) DAY: Monday thru b'riday TIME: B:00a.m. to 12:00noon FEE: $5.00 -- includes insurance, Young America Baseball capand jersey All boys who have registered for Young America Baseball will meet at their field which they have registered for on Monday, June 13 at 9:00 a.m. 15--SUMMER PLAYGROUND PROGRAM The Playground Program will soon be underway. The Summer Program proves to be very exciting with new activities planned. A magic show, clowns and musicians arc a few of the new activities that children are sure to enjoy. Many new arts and crafts and games will also be included.. Swimming, roller skating and special events are some of the major happenings. The Playground J Program will definitely offer your child a variety of worthwhile experiences for the summer months. AGE: 5'years to 12 years old SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Sherwood Park--29lh Avenue and 13th Slreet Luther Park -- 10th Street and 21st Avenue Lincoln Park--9th Street and 10th Avenue Cottonwood Park -- 26th Avenue Ct. and 26th Avenue Delta Park -200 block of 24th Street Woodbriar Park -- 29th Avenue and 19th Street Broadview Park -- 28th Avenue and 6th Street Westmoor Park -- W. 6th Street and 39th Avenue Farr Park--26th Street and 15th Avenue Glenmere Park -- 14th Avenue and Glenmere Blvd. Island Grove Park -- Hth Avenue and "A" Street DA Y: Monday thru Friday TIME: 1:00 p.m. tp4:SO p.m. FEE: 55.00 per child, or ?10.00 per family REGISTRATION: Community Building, 701 10th Avenue, 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. June 1. 14-WOMEN'S CONDITIONING This general conditioning class will concentrate on developing flexibility, balance, coordination, toning and tightening through a program combining isometrics, acrobatics and general conditioning. AGE: Adults SESSION: I weeks beginning June 13 'LOCATION: Heath Junior High School Gymnasium DAY: Monday, Wednesday and Friday TIME: 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. FEE:S12.00 INSTRUCTOR: Sue Swartz 17 -- WEIGHTTRAINING An open weight training program will be held in conjunction with the weight training program for summer wrestling. AGE: 14 and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School, Weight Room DAY: Monday and Wednesday TIME:7:QOp.m.to9:OOp.m. FEE: $5.00 18--ARCHERY Areas covered in the class will be: safe shooting techniques, making arrows and care of equipment. AGE:7yearsandover SESSION: 6 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School, Room N-l and Track DAY: Monday TIME:7:OOp.m.lo8:30p.m. FEE: $5.00 INSTRUCTOR: Don Dowell 19-CHEERLEADING CLINIC Instruction for girls as well as complete squads on all aspects of cheerleading. AGE: Open SESSION: June 20- June24 LOCATION: Community Building, 70110th Avenue DA Y: Monday thru Friday TIME:7:30a.m.to8:30a.m. FEE: $5.00 INSTRUCTOR: Linda Teglovic 20-GIRLS BATON TWIRLING Instruction at the beginning and intermediate levels in the fundamentals of marching and baton twirling. AGE: Open SESSION: 4 weeks beginning July 7 LOCATION: Community Building, 70110th Avenue DAY: Monday and Thursday TIME:8:30a.m.to9:15a.m. FEE: $10.00 INSTRUCTOR: Linda Teglovic, 353-0310 It is recommended that each student have a properly sized regulation baton. Please contact the instructor prior to the first lesson for information about acquiring a baton. 21-DRESSMAKING--YOUTH AND ADULT The main objective is to acquaint lixise with little or no formal training in the area of sewing with the basics of clothing construction. Each evening a demonstration is given with individual instruction given to each student as they work on their garment during the rest of the evening. A garment of their choosing is completed by each student during the 8 weeks. AGE: Teens and Adults SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 14 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School, Room H-l DAY: Tuesday TIME: l:00p.m.to3:00p.m.-Youth 7:00 p.m. to9:00p.m. -- Adult FEE: $15.00 INSTRUCTOR: Sandra Foxhoven 22-TAILORING The main objective will be lo teach the basic techniques of tailoring, this will include tailor tacks, tailoring padding, roll collars, bound buttonholes, wells, under collars, lapels, taping seams, top stitching, alterations and anything that pertains to sewing. AGE: 18 years and older / j 5 SESSION: 8 weeks / a beginning June 15 1-P TS __ LOCATION: HeathJunior High School DAY: Wednesday TIME:7:OOto9:OOp.m. FEE: $15.00 INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Elsie Huitt 23-GUITAR Designed to teach chords, strums, finger picking, and more. AGE: 10 years and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 15 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School, Room 15 DAY: Tuesday TIME: 7:00 p.m. Io8:00 p.m. Beginning 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Advanced FEE: $12.00 INSTRUCTOR: Chris Sydoriak 24-ACTINGCANBEFUN Drama program for the young directed by Jo Kelly. The program is designed to give young people a ta'ste of theatre, but to have fun doing so. The results of the program will be to have classes perform throughout Greeley AGE: 2nd thru 9th graders SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School DAY: Monday thru Thursday TIME: 2nd-5th grades--10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon 6th-9lh grades-- 9:OOa.m.tolO:30a.m. FEE: 53.00 INSTRUCTOR: Jo Kelly 25-FLYTYING (BEGINNING) Students will learn basic fly patterns and will learn to tie dry and wet flies and nymphs. AGE: 12 and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 15 LOCATION: Heath Junior High DAY: Wednesday TIME:7:OOp.m.'to9:OOp.m. FEE: $12.00 26-YOGA-BEGINNING Yoga consists of scientifically designed exercises which relax the mind, ease tension, tone muscles and massage internal organs. AGE: 16andover SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School Gymnasium DAY: Monday TIME:7:OOp.m.to8:30p.m. FEE: $8.0(1 INSTRUCTOR: Joseph Kuettel 27--GENEALOGY This activity will be a workshop class to study family ancestry. This class is for beginning and advanced researchers with emphasis placed on American lineage. The course will include both methods and sources of studying family ancestry. AGE: 10 years and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School, Room H-2 DAY: Monday TIME: 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. FEE: $10.00 INSTRUCTOR: Arliss Monk C.G. 28--DOG OBEDIENCE AGE: 10 years and over SESSION: 9 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Island Grove 4-HPavillion DAY: Monday TIME:7:OOp.m. FEE: $25.00 INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Kortmeyer 29--DRAWING I and II Beginning drawing will include the basic elements of composition in drawing and is designed to help increase self accomplishment through the artists' own work. This class will briefly cover basic landscape scenes, faces, figures or whatever the student desires. It is preferable that students have had Drawing I as a prerequisite for Drawing II. AGE: 10years and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 14 LOCATION: Heath Junior High School, Room N-l DAY: Tuesday TIME: 2:00p.m. to 2:30p.m. - Drawing I 3:30 p.m. lo 5:00 p.m. -- Drawing II FEE: $8.00 INSTRUCTOR: LizReagin 30--MACRAME Macrame is the art of tying knots to make a decorative pattern. Students will learn the basic knots and apply them in creating projects such as plant hangers, calendars, wall hangings, etc. AGE: lOyears and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 13 LOCATION: Heath Junior High DAY: Monday TIME: 7:00p.m.to8:30p.m. FEE: $8.00 INSTRUCTOR: Russ Archibeque 31-WEAVING (Without a Loom) Students will learn various weaving techniques and how to construct their own looms. Projects will consist of belts, pillows, placemats, and wall hangings. AGE: 10 years and over SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 15 LOCATION: Heath Junior High DAY: Wednesday TIME: 7:00 p.m. to8:30 p.m. FEE: S'.O.OO INSTRUCTOR: Russ Archibeque 32-PAINTING TECHNIQUES-YOUTH The class is offered for beginning and advanced techniques. Group instruction will be given in oil and acrylic work. AGE: lOyears and older SESSION: 8 weeks beginning June 16 LOCATION: Heath Junior High DAY: Thursday TIME: 1:00 p.m.Io4:00p.m. FEE: 516.00 INSTRUCTOR: Ellen Parker Participants must provide their own materials. For more information call Mrs. Parker at 454-2207. S 33-PAINTING TECHNIQUES- ADULT Two classes will be offered with instruction in oil and acrylics. The classes will be open to both beginners and advanced students. AGE: Open SESSION: Sweeks Class 1 begins June 15 Class 2 begins June 16 LOCATION: Heath Junior High DAY: Tuesday or Wednesday TIME: Tuesday- I:00p.m.to4:00p.m. Wednesday -7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. FEE: $16.00 INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Ellen Parker Participants must provide their own supplies. For further information call Mrs. Parker at 454-2207. CLUBS, ACTIVITIES FACILITIES SPONSORED BY GREELEY PARKS RECREATION 34-SENIOR CITIZENS' CLUB This club is designed for all Senior Citizens with planned programs of business, games and refreshments. AGE: Anyone 55 years of age and older. FEE: $2.00 per member PLACE: Greeley Senior Center, 701 llth Avenue, 353-3425 TIME: Monday Through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 12 noon to 4 p.m. REGULAR PROGRAMS: Game Day each day; Coffee Hour, Mon. through Fit afternoon;"Plus 60 Luncheons, Mon., Wed. and Fri. at 11:45; Ceramics, each Mon. at 9 a.m.; Handicraft Needlework, each Mon. at 1:30 p.m.; Senior Citizens' Potluck Dinners, 2nd and last Tues. at 12 noon; Arm-Chair Tour, 2nd Tues. al 1:30 p.m.: 75c Luncheons, 3rd Tues. 12 noon; Historical Hour, last Tues. at 1:30 p.m.; Open Bowling each Wed. at 1:30; Bible Meditation each Wed. at 1:30 p.m.; Plus 40 Dances, 2nd and 4th Wed. from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m.; Well Oldster Clinic, each Thurs. beginning at 9:00 a.m.; Business Meeting, each Thurs. at 1:15 p.m.; Birthday Party, 3rd Thurs. each month 4 p.m.; Sing-a-long, 2nd and 4t"h Fri. at 1:30 p.m.: Dance-a-long, 2nd and 4th Fri. at 2:30 p.m.; Shuffleboard Club Potluck and Business Mtg., 3rd Fri. at 12 noon; Drop in Activities, each Sat. from 12 to 4 p.m.; Bus Trips each month; Banquets twice per year; Putt Putt Golf each Fri. at 9 a.m.; Grocery Bingo Party, 1st and 3rd Fri. at 1:30 p.m.; Holiday luncheon three times per year; Holiday programs, and/or parties; Tournaments in bowling, pool, snooker, putt putt golf, and Shuffleboard; various instructional classes throughout year; Jigsaw Puzzle Library open each day; Tax Service for members (simple form only): Telephone Reassurance; Other Special Events. NEW CLASSES: Needlepoint -- 8 weeks beginning Thursday, June 2nd at 9:30 a.m. No charge, must supply your own materials. 35--HIGHLAND HILLS GOLF COURSE Highland Hills is a public 18 hole golf course. Tee limes may be reserved.one day in'advance. An additional $1.00 fee will he added to non-counly resident green fees. LOCATION: 20th Street and Clubhouse Drive, approximately 4',-i miles west of downtown Greeley on 20th Street. ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP: Junior (weekdays) 525.00 Weekdays " 5 70.00 Seniors' 5 70.00 Primary 5105.00 Family 5185.00 to $200.00 GREEN FEES: Daily 53.50 Weekends and Holidays 54.50 PRO:HalOUoway ASSISTANTPRO: Ken Anderson For more information call 352-9938. 36--BOWHUNTER CERTIFICATION This course will cover various bowhunter techniques and aids in hunting. Areas covered will he camouflage, bow shooting, survival and basic first aid. AGE: Open SESSION: .lime 8,9 and 11 LOCATION: June8and9- Recreation Center 710 llth Avenue, Room 201 June 11 -- Island Grove Outdoor Archery Range TIME: Junes and 9 --7:00p.m. to 10:00 p.m. June 11 --9:00a.m. to 12:00 noon FEE: $5.00 REGISTRATION: Preregister at the Community Building, 70110th Avenue, 8:00 a.m.to5:00p.m. by Junes. 37-HOME FIREARMS SAFETY The purpose of this course is to acquaint the owner of a handgun ' with tlic proper handling of that handgun as it relates to target, sport or home defense. A combined range and classroom experience will introduce the participant to the technical and legal ramifications of hangun ownership. Open to families and individuals over 12 years of age. Class by appointment. Call Jerry Snapp at 356-1465 after 6:00 p.m. 38--THE GREELEY CHESS CLUB The Greeley Chess Club meets weekly for fun and for blood, rents chess books to members, provides tutoring for those who want it, supports chess activities in the community, co-sponsors two teams in the Northern Colorado Chess League. AGE: 8 to 100 PLACE; Community Building 70110th Avenue TIME: Thursday,7to 10p.m. MEMBERSHIP FEE: $3.00 per year For further information, call Les Ward 352-0149. 39-ARCHERY RANGE The Greeley Parks and Recreation Department is offering a free archery range located at Island Grove Park, north of the Greeley Saddle Club. There is also an indoor range in fhe Recrealion Center, 710 llth Avenue, upstairs. 40-PICN!CKIT The Greeley Parks and Recreation Department is offering recreation kits which may be checked out between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The kits contain volleyballs, softballs, bats, frisbees, football, playground ball, net, birdies, and racquets. Horseshoes and stakes are available on request. This equipment may be checked out for no longer than three (3) consecutive days. A deposit of $25.00 is required when checking out this equipment. This amount is refundable providing all of the equipment is returned. 41-RECREATION BAND The Recreation Band has weekly rehearsals, performs concerts,' and plays for various community affairs during the year. Enrollment will be accepted any time during the year. AGE: Open SESSION: Every Monday throughout the year LOCATION: Recreation Center, 710 llth Avonue Room 204 DAY: Monday TIME: 7:30 p.m. to9:30 p.m. FEE: None INSTRUCTORS: Roger Cozens and Frank Anders I Frl.. May27.1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 53 42-MUNICIPAL LIBRARY The original library was founded by (he Union Colony in 1887. The first building was built in 1907 from funds raised by public subscription. The .Municipal Library now housed in the east wing of the Civic Center Complex was completed in 1963. The library has special displays by local artists aswoll astimrly book lisls anilexhibiK Children's Story Hour is held on Wednesday afternoons al 2:30 during the summer months. This begins June 15 and ends the week before Labor Day. The Children's Room will have two special Summer Heading Programs. Peter Rabbit's 73th birthday is the theme lor children from kindergarten through third grade reading level. Older K'vel readers will have ;m exciting H;wnted House theme tor their program. All children arc welcome. Film showings will IH.' held Saturday mornings at 11:15 a.m. Other special activities will be announced at a later date. Library hours are 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily Monday through "Thursday. Friday and Saturday the hours are ' 9:00 a.m. lo 6:00 p.m. For further information call 353-t'il2a, e\t. 270 or 272. ^MUNICIPAL MUSEUM The municipal museum is located in the east wing of Hie Civic Center Complex. The museum depicts the history of Greeley and Weld County. II is open .Monday tlutiugli Saturday 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Fur museum tours involving school classes or other groups rail :i5:i-til2;tExt.299. 44-MEEKERHOME The Meeker Home is the restored adobe home of Nathan C Sleeker. Furnishings are of the pioneer period 1870 to 1881. The home was declared a National Historic Site in 1970 ami is located at 1324 Mb Avenue. It is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:t)u noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. For school or group Museum tours call :iii3 fl!2:i Ext. 298. 45-CENTENNIAL VILLAGE Centennial Village will be open on a ^ limited schedule starting May 17. It . ft A ' will be open from 1:00 p.m.'to 4:00 . .- · " J ^ s ? p.m. All groups requesting tours ' ^T. ^w^a--J'. should call 353-6123 exl. 299 for ar- [ · I " ' 1. rangemcuts. Old fashioned school ses- 1 ----'-^' " sions will starl June 20th. There- is a limited enrollment of fifteen (15) in the eight grades per week. There will bo 8 sessions wilh different teachers and different students. Applications may be obtained at the Municipal Museum. School hours will be from 9:00 to 12:00 noon Monday through Friday. 46--NEW GAMES FESTIVAL The festival is co-sponsored by the Colorado Chapter of Hie Association for Humanistic Psychology and the Greeley Center for Human Development. This will be a full day o'f fun with a wide variety of noncompelitive and cooperative games for folks of all ages. For further information please contact Fred Kapp at 351-6143 or Jim or Kulh Sharon at 356-3495. AGE: Open LOCATION: UN'C East Campus lawn, 18th Street and 10th Avenue DAY:Saturday,July23 TIME: 10:00 a.'m.to'0:00 p.m. FEE: 50c 47--4th ANNUAL ALL CITY MUSICAL PROGRAM: PajamaGame PROGRAM DATES: June26 2:00 p.m. Jlliw27 tCQQp.in. June28 8:00p.m. June29 8:00p.m. PLACE: Greeley Central High School DIRECTOR: Jim DeMersseman Tickets may be purchased al Chamber of Commerce and Greeley Stampede Ticket Booth. 48--PARKS ! 3 K , fl~ 1 llit t liland Grove Park Hth Ave. 4 A St. 102 Glen mere P.rk j Hth Ave. and GlennvFiv DU-d. U Farr Park 26th St. 4 15th Avc. 6 Luther P*ik 10th St. 4 21st Ave. 19 Brentwrod Park 26th SL 4 25th Ave. 5 Cottonwood Park 26th Ave, Court and 26th Ave. B Dioadview Paik ZtJth Ave. 6lh St. 6 Shonvood P.ik 29th Ave. 4 13th St. 8 Franklin Park 29th Ave. 6th At. 4 Lincoln Park 9th SL 4 10th Ave. 5 Community Hid*. 701 10th Ave. 1 Sunrise Park llth St. 4 4th Ave. 4 Meeker Mmeum 9th Ave. 4 Hth St. 1 Cenlt-nniil PirV 23id Ave. 4 22nd St. I B For.-M Field 1 23rd Ave. 4 Bth St. ' Gretler West Field [ 3Slh Aie. 4 21th St. ' WcsimonrPark W. 6th St. 4 39th Av«. 3 SoiHhmoorPaik 1800 Blk. of 31 »t SL 6 H f c h U n d HilU Gulf Cnurw ' 23rd St. 4 SUh Ave. \ WeM Lake Park 28th Ave. 4 20th SL 40 Delu Park 200 Blk. of 24th SL 6 | Woodbriar Park i 29th Ave 4 19th St. 7 | Kiwanis Park ! BUUI-DII Gth and 7th £l. U'esl of Hth Ave. 1 East Memorial 2100 Blk. 4 Balsam Ave. 10 i K X J i i -L _J- 1 ! 1 "i ,, f. i _L Billersueei Park j 1 35lh Ave and 13th St. 60 | | » i ' : 1 r ',, _i_ 1 ; ,, i ,, - " » |.|:! "I* T H 1 M ill i ,J -:~1 K 1 , : - » - ^ :' [1!. i » t i I'M" 1 i -i- -f 4 i ! rfr 1"ii i i\ |l! i * i LL i I i | J |" ;- ! .1 i : ! ·Pf H : '. \ '' " ! 1 ' - ' ' j j I : TT ^-r- ! l-i-i i ±1 ' · M i j ! h. 4- ._H_ ; I _ _ J I j i | ; C ! .L _!__ T" T i -£- .L. . 1 49-- FORESTRY The City of Greeley offers [he service of a forester to assist residents in the following areas: (1) consultation in regard to tree or shrub related problems, ( 2 ) conations of unwanted trees or shru s (within a reasonable sixoi that could be accepted for replanting within the parks system, (3) cost sharing program in Hie removal of trees (on the parkway) infected with Dutch Kim Disease. For more information concerning these programs contact ,Ioo ,ohm.s at 353-6123 Ext. 267. 50-SPECIAL FACILITIES The Community Building. Island Grove Arena. Corrals, Shelter House and Grandstands are available on a reservation basis. To reserve these facilities and obtain information on rates and contract agreements call the Parks and Recreation Department office al ;tf;l-f)]2;l. Kxl. 290. The City of Greeley is an Kqual Opportunity Employer. Alleged complaints may he filed with the U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Economic Opportunity. Washington. D.C. 20204. Alleged local complaints may he filed in writing to the Personnel Office, City of Greeley. Civic Center Complex. Greelcy, Colo. ROfiSl. Ph. :tt:K.m, Kxt. 2%.

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