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1 Fall 2016 Recreation Guide Registration for ALL Fall programs opens online at midnight on Monday, August 1. Please visit for access to online registration and additional program information. Volleyball, Basketball, Trunk or Treat, and more Eaton Area Park and Recreation District Updates We are under construction! Our construction phase is expected to continue for approximately 12 months with an expected opening of summer Please visit or the Eaton Area Parks and Recreation District Facebook page for weekly updates. Board meetings continue to be held every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Town Hall Auditorium located at 223 1st Street in Eaton. For additional information please contact Nina Lewis at

2 EATON RECREATION DEPARTMENT INFORMATION Contact Information 224 First Street Eaton, CO FALL REGISTRATION Fall Registration Opens Monday, August 1! Online registration begins at midnight. Please visit for access. The Eaton Recreation Center Guest Service desk is open 6:45am-5:00pm, Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 8:00am-5:00pm on Tuesday and Thursday for onsite registrations. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call Eaton Recreation at Department Hours of Operation Monday/Wednesday/Friday 6:45am-5:00pm Tuesday/Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm VOLUNTEER COACH RECRUITMENT Volunteer coaches needed! Please contact for additional information about becoming a volunteer head coach. NEW Volunteer coach incentives for Head Coaches only! One child s participation fee waived for each team that is coached. Please contact for a Coach Job Description and how to apply. YOUTH SPORTS SEASON TIMELINE Event Registration Opens Registration Closes Week prior to 1 st practice Week prior to 1 st game Mid to end of season End of Season Activities Register, make special requests, coaches pick practice days/times Eaton Rec will form teams, recruit additional coaches if needed, order uniforms, conduct coach s meeting Distribute rosters to coaches, coaches contact parents, regarding practices days/times Distribute game schedules and uniforms to coaches Picture day, updated schedule, distribute awards and pictures to coaches Optional team party and opportunity to evaluate program or league For information regarding Recreation Department programs contact: Bryan Kentfield, Recreation Director, or For Recreation Department program updates, please visit TEAM FORMATION FOR YOUTH SPORTS Teams will be formed based upon a request system and by the Recreation Director. During registration, parents/guardians will have the opportunity to make 1 of 4 requests: 1) Coach Request A request for the participant to play on a specific coach s team. Please confirm with the coach prior to registration that he/she is in fact coaching this season/sport/age division. 2) Player/Friend Request A request to play on the same team as a specific player or friend. Both friends must request each other for the request to be considered. 3) Practice Days Request A request to practice on a specific day or time. We do our best to accommodate these requests, however each coach selects the team s practice days and times. 4) No preference If requests for a certain coach exceed the amount of roster slots, priority is given based on registration date and time. We will attempt to honor all requests, but must retain the right to deny any request in order to maintain team equality. Therefore, requests are taken, but not guaranteed! WAITING LISTS Waiting lists are a source of contact and do not guarantee you will receive a call back. We will contact you if a space becomes available. Waiting lists for a closed class or sport provide us with contact information and do not limit you from registering for any other open class. REFUNDS A refund request must be filled out at the Recreation Department. A refund will only be granted during the registration dates for the program requesting the refund. No refunds allowed after the registration deadline. Refunds may require up to four weeks to process and are mailed to the address on the request form. Full refunds are given if a program is cancelled; it does not require a request form. 2 INCLEMENT WEATHER HOTLINE Every attempt will be made to allow practices and play games; however, if field and/or weather conditions present an unsafe environment for participants, spectators, coaches, officials, and/or staff, we will postpone or cancel practices and games. Field supervisors are instructed to err on the side of caution when it comes to inclement weather decisions. Please call the Eaton Recreation Center at for weather updates. Weather information can also be found found at eatonco. Weather information will be updated by 4:00 pm on weekdays or 8:00 am on weekends. There are three situations to look for: All games and practices are being played as scheduled All games and practices have been cancelled The fields are open and it is the coach s discretion to cancel or hold practice. (In this case, please assume that practice is being held unless you hear differently from your coach.) SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available for eligible participants. A Scholarship Request Form must be filled out in person at the Recreation Department prior to registration. Applications must be submitted and pre-approved before registration. For more information, please call: Bryan Kentfield, Recreation Director: FACILITY RENTALS Looking for a space to host your next function, meeting, or celebration? Our multipurpose room is available for rental. For availability and pricing options, please contact

3 ADULT SPORTS Adult Co-ed Volleyball (ages 17+) Level of play for this adult league is recreational. Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. The fall season will consist of a minimum of eight games including tournament format TBD. Awards to be given to tournament champions. Registration deadline is Tuesday, September 6. League: Coed Rec (6v6) Day: Sunday Date: September 11 October 30 Time 4:00-8:00pm depending on team numbers Fee: $199 Adult Men s Basketball (Ages 17+) Level of play for this 5 vs. 5 league is recreational. Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. The fall season will consist of eight games with the last week as a tournament format TBD. Awards to be given to tournament champions. Registration deadline is November 1. Day: Sunday Date: November 6 - December 18 League: Recreational Time: 3:00-8:00pm (depending on teams) Fee: $299 League: Women s (4v4) Day: Sunday Date: September 11 October 30 Time 4:00-8:00pm depending on team numbers Fee: $199 Little Kickers Coed Soccer (Ages 3-4) Little Kickers is a 7-week recreational league designed to introduce soccer fundamentals in a fun environment. Practices and games will be held at the Eaton Commons Park on Saturday mornings. There will be a meet and greet on Saturday, September 10th for kids to receive their shirts, meet their teammates/coach and to have a short practice. Official games will begin on September 17th. Game days will consist of a 30-minute practice followed by a 30 minute game against an opposing Eaton team. Shin guards are not required, but highly encouraged. Fee includes t-shirt. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact Registration deadline is August 12. Day: Saturday Date: September 10 October 22 Ages: 3-4 Fee: $29 Coed Little Reds Soccer (Ages 5-8) Coed Little Reds Soccer is a great progression in league play where players will put their dribbling, passing, shooting, and defensive skills to the test. Teams practice once or twice per week and play games on Saturday mornings and/or afternoons in Evans. Fee does not include the Little Reds reversible jersey. Jerseys can be purchased at the Eaton Recreation Center for $18. Fee includes shorts only. All players must provide their own shin guards and socks. Molded soccer cleats (toeless front cleat) are recommended but not required. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact org. Mandatory head coaches meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd. Registration deadline is August 12. Date: August 29 October 22 Ages: 5 & 6 years 7 & 8 years Fee: $39 YOUTH SPORTS 10/12 & Under Soccer (Ages 9-12) Players continue to progress their soccer fundamentals while participating in the slightly more competitive Windsor Recreation Soccer League. Teams practice once or twice per week and play games on Saturday mornings and/or afternoons in Windsor and Miliken. Fee does not include the Little Reds reversible jersey. Jerseys can be purchased at the Eaton Recreation Center for $18. Fee includes shorts only. All players must provide their own shin guards and socks. Molded soccer cleats (toeless front cleat) are recommended but not required. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact Mandatory head coaches meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd. Registration deadline is August 12. Date: August 29 October 15 Ages: 10 & Under 12 & Under Fee: $55 3

4 YOUTH SPORTS NFL Punt, Pass and Kick The NFL PUNT, PASS & KICK (PPK) program is a national skills competition for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 15 to compete separately against their peers. Established in 1961, the PPK program is the oldest NFL Youth Football program. Girls and boys in five separate age divisions (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14-15) compete against each other in punting, passing and place kicking in a fun and engaging forum. Day: Thursday Date: September 15 Time: 5:30 pm Fee: Free! NVAA 1st 6th Grade Volleyball Players will continue to progress their volleyball skills in a slightly more competitive environment. The Northern Valley Athletic Association (NVAA) consists of other agencies in the region and traveling is required. Teams practice once or twice per week and play games on Saturday mornings. Fee includes team uniform. Sample sizes are available at the Eaton Community Center. Players must provide and wear their own knee pads. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact eatonco.org. Mandatory head coaches meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd. Registration deadline is August 12. Date: August 29 October 29 Ages: 1st-2nd Grade 3rd-4th Grade 5th-6th Grade Fee: $49 For NVAA League Information including game schedules, maps, and rules log-on to Coed Youth Flag Football Eaton youth flag football gives players an introduction to the sport and allows them to develop their skills in a non-contact environment. Teams practice once or twice per week and play games on Saturday mornings in Eaton or Evans. Fee includes shorts; however, it does not include the Little Reds reversible jersey. Little Reds reversible jerseys can be purchased at the Eaton Recreation Center for $18. Mouth guards are required for all players. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact Mandatory head coaches meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd. Registration deadline is August 12. Date: August 29 October 29 Ages: 5 & 6 years (participants must be 5 by September 1, 2016) 7 & 8 years 9 & 10 years (participants may not turn 11 during the season) Fee: $49 NVAA 3rd 6th Grade Recreational Basketball Players continue to build upon their fundamentals while incorporating game strategies in a slightly more competitive environment. As a member of the Northern Valley Athletic Association (NVAA), traveling is required and teams will practice once or twice per week (coach discretion) with games on Saturday mornings or afternoons. Fee includes team uniform. Sample sizes are available at the Eaton Community Center. All teams will be coached by parent volunteers; if interested, please contact eatonco.org. Mandatory head coaches meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 8. Registration deadline is October 28. Date: November 14 February 4 Grades: 3rd Grade Girls 4th Grade Girls 5th Grade Girls 6th Grade Girls 3rd Grade Boys 4th Grade Boys 5th Grade Boys 6th Grade Boys Fee: $55 For NVAA League Information including game schedules, maps, and rules log-on to quickscores.com/nvaa New! Eaton Youth Cheer For kids who ve got Eaton Spirit, please join Coach Kelly in supporting our community and learning about what teamwork really means. Your cheerleader will learn about cheer, dance, jumps, stunts, and tumbling in a positive and motivating environment. Day: Tuesdays Date: September 20-December 20 Ages: K-5th 4:00-5:00 pm 6th-8th 5:00-6:00 pm Fee: Registration: $175 Uniform Cost: $75 Call Coach Kelly for additional info at

5 CHILDREN S PROGRAMS PE Mix (Ages 3-4) PE Mix is a 5-week program that will introduce children to variety of sports and activities such as flag football, soccer, basketball and individual sports. A giant emphasis on FUN throughout each class is sure to have your youngster smiling from ear to ear! Fee includes a t-shirt and all equipment is provided. All classes will be held at Eaton Elementary School Park. In the case of inclement weather class will be held in the gymnasium. Registration deadline is 7 days prior to the first class. Day: Tuesday (Age 3) Date: September 13 October 11 Time: 4:50 5:35 pm Day: Thursday (Age 4) Date: September 15 October 13 Time: 4:50 5:35 pm Fee: $29 Play Time! (Ages 1-5) The Eaton Recreation Center becomes your playground as youngsters have the facility to play and be in a social and safe environment. A ratio of one adult per three children is required and adults must be present and able to supervise. No registration is required. Day: Mondays & Fridays Date: August 15 December 23 Times: 1:00 3:00pm Fee: Cost $1 per child per day Special Offer! Register for both PE Mix and Start Smart Flag Football for only $49. Start Smart Co-ed Flag Football (Ages 3-4) Start Smart Programs help prepare parents and children for organized sports in a FUN, non-threatening environment focusing on a variety of skills. Fee includes a t-shirt and all equipment is provided. All classes will be held at Eaton Elementary School. In the case of inclement weather class will be held in the gymnasium. Registration deadline is 7 days prior to the first class. Day: Tuesday (Age 4) Date: September 13 October 11 Time: 4:00 4:45pm Day: Thursday (Age 3) Date: September 15 October 13 Time: 4:00 4:45pm Fee: $29 GENERAL RECREATION Northern Colorado Karate of Eaton A full range of martial art classes. Great for home-school students and adults who would love to give it a try! Classes teach practical, efficient and easy-to-learn systems that incorporate kicking, punching, and selfdefense. Classes emphasize respect of elf and others, self-confidence, loyalty, character development, and creating lasting relationships Adults and kids are taught separately and classes range from beginners to black belt and beyond. Morning Classes Day: Tuesday and Thursday Age: 5 & Older Contact: Kendrick Schuett at (970) with any questions or to set up your two free introductory classes Afternoon classes Kenpo karate incorporates kicking, punching, and self-defense, while emphasizing respect of self and others, self-confidence, loyalty, character development, and creating lasting relationships. Our classes are fun, informative and welcoming. Cost includes a uniform. Day: Tuesday and Thursday Age: 4-6 year olds Time: 3:30 pm to 4:10 pm Fee: $75.00 a month. Payable at first day of class Age: 7 years and older Time: 4:15 pm to 5:00 pm Fee: $ a month. Payable at first day of class. Contact: Kendrick Schuett at (970) with any questions 5

6 DANCE CLASSES A Dance Place will be offering a variety of dance classes for children at the Eaton Recreation Department. Dance classes are taught in a fun and creative environment. Dance participants will learn dance technique, self-esteem, discipline, poise, balance, teamwork, and much more! Classes begin the week of August 15. Hippity Hop (Ages 4 1/2*-6) Teaches the fundamentals of hip hop to age appropriate music in an age appropriate manner. This is an engaging, high energy, and FUN class!! *Must be 4 by Feb 1 Day: Mondays 4:15 5:00 Dance & Tumble (Ages 2-4) Introduction to basic ballet, jazz & tumbling through creative movement using props, games & children s music. Promotes motor development through music and movement, imaginative dance, body strengthening and coordination, and imaginative dance. Day: Mondays 3:30-4:15, Mondays 5:00-5:45 Ballet/Poms 1 (Ages 4 1/4-6) Introduction to beginner ballet technique, basic cheer, jazz & tumbling movements in a fun and positive environment. Day: Wednesdays 3:30-4:15 Jazz Funk/HipHop (Ages 6-11) A little bit hip hop, a little bit jazz, and a whole lot of FUN! Students will learn jazz technique, hip-hop moves, and fun choreography to age appropriate music. Day: Wednesday 4:15 5:00, Ages 6-8 Wednesday 5:00 5:45, Ages 9-11 Register online now at Fall dance classes start Monday, August 15 at the Eaton Activity Center. Contact Farrah Dobbins, Owner/Director at (970) with any questions. SPECIAL EVENTS Trunk or Treat TRUNK OR TREATis back and better than ever! Kids get the opportunity to parade in their costumes and trick or treat from car trunk to trunk, this Halloween season. Hosted in the Eaton Recreation Center parking area and 1st Street, this is a safe and fun event for the entire family! *Trunks Needed: We need local area businesses, teams, and volunteers to decorate their trucks or tailgates and provide candy or small prizes for their trunk-or-treaters. Please contact for more information or how to register your trunk. Day: Saturday Date: October 29 Time: 5:00 7:00pm Fee: Free 6 Holiday Party and CookieFest! Start your holidays off with some fun! Kids ages 5-12 will participate in crafts, games, cookie decorating and much, much more at the Eaton Recreation Center! Parents are welcome to come with their child and all supplies will be provided. Registration deadline is Friday, December 16. Day: Thursday Date: December 22 Time: 1:00 3:00pm Fee: $10

7 FITNESS & WELLNESS Adult Fitness Information All fitness classes are held at the Eaton Recreation Center except for Aquacise which is held at the Eaton High School Indoor Pool. Fitness classes are taught by certified fitness instructors. New Membership Options! Adult (18-59) Active Adult (60+ valid student ID) Annual Pass... $ $240 Monthly Pass... $27...$24 20 Punch Pass... $60...$50 Daily Drop in...$5...$5 Open Workout...$1...$1 Pass Information If you turn 60 within the first 3 months of starting an annual pass, you qualify for the active adult rate. Monthly passes must be purchased for a minimum of 3 months. Your monthly membership fee will be automatically collected on the monthly anniversary of your purchase. Fall Fitness Schedule Fitness schedules are released quarterly please visit www. quickscores.com/eatonco or for the latest version. Fall Schedule Winter Schedule Spring Schedule Summer Schedule September November December February March May June August AQUATICS Aquacise Fitness Classes Hosted by the Eaton Recreation Department and held at the Eaton High School swimming pool, aquacise is the perfect class if you re looking to improve your cardiovascular endurance while using the water to ease strain on muscles and joints. Regardless of height, weight/ build, size, or gender, this is a great opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy the pool, workout in a social environment, and have fun! Day: Tuesdays & Thursdays Time: 5:30 6:30pm Fee: $5 drop in or 20 punch pass for $60 ($50 for active adults age 60 and up) Eaton Red Waves Youth Swim Team The Eaton Red Waves is a local parent run, non-profit organization that promotes swimming as a lifelong skill. Swimmers benefit from muscular toning, cardiovascular fitness, and coordination refinement. The ERW s swim club is also a great way to make friends, participate in competitive meets and participate in fun team activities scheduled throughout the year. The club is a year-round competitive swim club sanctioned through USA Swimming. It is open to swimmers at least 6 years of age and able to swim 50 yards (2 lengths of the Eaton H.S. pool). For additional information, please visit and direct all questions to 7

8 LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR WELCOME! As far as summers go, the summer of 2016 will go down as one that was, crazy, hot, busy, chaotic, but most importantly, FUN! Hopefully you all took advantage the many different activities this go around; we are so excited to see what the future will bring. Thank you for supporting us, participating and enjoying what very well could be the last summer of the Town of Eaton Recreation Department prior to making the transition to the Eaton Area Park and Recreation District. In past guides, I have taken this opportunity to talk about our new programs and highlight returning activities. For this guide, I would rather use this platform to recognize the great staff we have here at Eaton Rec. Without the time and effort of these young professionals, the incredible amount and quality of our programming simply would not happen. Our expansion in programming and participation has created growth of over 2000 since I cannot thank or speak highly enough of the many staff I am fortunate enough to work alongside every day. We have worked through obstacles, learned from mistakes, and created a bright future for Eaton Recreation, regardless of special district or department affiliation. Please take time if given the opportunity to thank those who make all of our activities and programming such a positive experience for all. Like mentioned above, our entire staff contributes so much to our success, but special recognition of a couple is more than appropriate. Annita Alvarez & Caryl Abeyta Thank you for all that you contribute to our department is so many different roles. Your loyalty, professionalism, and dedication to serving the community of Eaton is unmatched and no amount of thanks or credit given would ever be enough! As a team, we look forward to providing a professional, organized, and fun slate of fall programming once again. Registration will begin on Monday, August 1! As always, please continue to provide us with your valuable feedback, questions, comments, or concerns. For information regarding Recreation Department programs contact: Bryan Kentfield Recreation Director or 2016 Department Hours Mon., Wed., Fri. 6:45am 5:00pm Tues.-Thurs. 8:00am - 5:00pm TOWN OF EATON RECREATION DEPARTMENT 224 FIRST STREET EATON CO S Elm Ave #202, Eaton, CO (970) FREE SPORTS SCREENINGS! Registration for ALL Fall programs opens online at midnight on Monday, August 1. Please visit to access online registration and additional program information.

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