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    16050 - Easter Egg & Playtime

    The Easter Bunny is coming to the Rec Center! Bring your child to this exciting Easter event. Preschoolers can play on our preschool gym equipment after finding the hidden Easter eggs in the gym. Prizes will be given and a snack will be offered. Participants should bring a basket to collect their eggs. Limited tickets available.

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    17030 - Rock Climbing 1

    This class will allow young beginning climbers the opportunity to climb and boulder on our 24 foot high wall. No certification will be given.
    (Max 6/Min 3)

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    19006 - Health Programs

    19006 - Health Programs

    Arm yourself with information that leads to a stronger body, mind and spirit. Healthcare professionals from a variety of fields teach and test to be sure you remain in optimum health.








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    19010 - Fitness Orientation

    19010 - Fitness Orientation

    Learn safe and effective ways to use the fitness equipment in the Enrichment Center from a WTRC fitness professional.

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    19011 - WCPL Programs

    The Washington-Centerville Public Library partners with the Enrichment Center to provide monthly Book Club discussion and educational presentations on prominent people and places.

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    21000 - Fun with Me

    The goal of Parent and Child Aquatics are to provide information that allows the parent to be able to help the child learn techniques to be comfortable and safe in and around the water, develop a readiness for learning to swim, and to learn safety fundamentals.

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    21001 - Preschool 1

    Your child will become oriented to the aquatic environment and learn elementary skills such as buoyancy, supported floating, water entry and exit, and alternating arm action.

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    21002 - Preschool 2

    Your child will learn to float, glide, and swim on back/front with face in water
    blowing bubbles through mouth and nose. They will also be Introduced to
    treading water, rhythmic breathing and finning arms

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    21003 - Preschool 3

    This class focuses on building upon and reinforcing the basic skills of Preschool 2 by
    swimming greater distances on front and back.

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    21011 - Level 1

    Children will become oriented to the aquatic environment and learn
    elementary skills such as buoyancy, breath control, supported floating,
    water entry and exit, and alternating arm action. This class is taught in the
    rec and lap pool.

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    21012 - Level 2

    The objective of Level 2 is to give students success with fundamental
    skills. Students learn to float without support and recover to a vertical
    position. Students will learn how to glide and swim on back/front with face
    in the water blowing bubbles.

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    21013 - Level 3

    The objective of Level 3 is to swim front crawl with rotary
    breathing and elementary backstroke a minimum
    of 15 yards. Introduce scissor kick, dolphin kick, backstroke
    and head first dives.

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    21014 - Level 4

    The objective is to improve skills and increase endurance by
    swimming front crawl with rotary breathing and elementary
    backstroke for greater distances. Students continue to build
    upon the scissor kick and dolphin kick by adding the arms for sidestroke and
    butterfly. The back crawl and the breaststroke are introduced.

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    21020 - Beginner Diving

    Must be able to do head-first dive off the side of the pool and jump off the diving
    board. This class is an introduction to springboard diving. Emphasis will be on
    learning proper board work, beginning dives and diving safety.

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    21021 - Intermediate Diving

    A continuation of Beginner Diving with emphasis on proper board work,
    beginning dives, diving safety and an introduction to some competitive dives.

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    21022 - Advanced Diving

    Prerequisites: Must have completed Intermediate Diving requirements or completed a WTRC diving evaluation. This class is designed for the recreational diver who would like to improve their basic skills. A continuation of Intermediate Diving with an emphasis on front and back board work, proper diving techniques, diving safety and competitive dives.

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    21030 - Adult Beginner

    Adult Beginner Swim Lessons are for adults who have no swimming experience. Basic water skills will be taught from blowing bubbles, floats, gliding, treading water and basic strokes.

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    21031 - Adult Adv Beginner

    Adult Advanced Beginner Swim Lessons is for the swimmer who is comfortable in water but lacks skill techniques. Basic water skills will be taught from floats, gliding, treading and basic strokes. Instructions are given as to the level that one needs.

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    21032 - Adult Intermediate

    Adult Intermediate Swim Lessons is for the more advanced swimmer who wants to learn more stroke technique, fitness swimming and turns. Instructions are given as to the level as one needs.

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    25000 - Deep Water Workout

    Take the plunge! Deep water running and traveling guaranteed to challenge your cardio fitness combined with toning to improve flexibility and increase muscle tone and core strength. Buoyancy belts are provided and create a no impact workout to the joints. Participants exercise in 6-12 feet of water. A shallow water entrance is offered then class moves to deeper water.

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    25012 - Rec Fit for Teens

    TEENS!! Are you a teenager who is unsure how to get started in fitness? This class is perfect for you! Ehud Borovoy who will guide you in a fitness program designed to meet your fitness goals. You will learn the proper way to use the equipment in the fitness room, how to work out without weights or machines. Each week you will receive a workout to do during your off days.
    Teens age 14 & 15 will receive a certification (and instructor approval) to use fitness center with out parental/gaurdian supervision.

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    25013 - Intro to Core Dance

    Intro to Core Dance is a moderate/low impact exercise class that targets all muscle groups including deep abdominal muscles that are rarely used in other formats. The class includes aerobic, toning, and stretching exercises and ends with a floor work to strengthen the core muscles. Students will learn basic core dance technique, including posture, rhythmical patterns, isolations, undulations and traveling steps. Each class will include an easy to follow choreography to incorporate new movements. NO dance experience is necessary.

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    25016 - Pilates

    Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the entire body. It is a safe, sensible exercise system that will help you look and feel your very best. It teaches body awareness, good posture and easy, graceful movement. Pilates also improves flexibility, agility and economy of motion. It can even help alleviate back pain.

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    25018 - LaBlast Line Dance

    Experience the exhilaration of a workout in disguise by taking a LaBlast® Fitness Class! You will learn the true skill of dance regardless of your experience or skill level. We keep it simple, if you can clap it, you can dance it.

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    25019 - Chair Yoga

    A gentle form of yoga that can be done while sitting. Some poses can also be done standing while using a chair for support. Chair yoga can improve flexibility, concentration and strength, while boosting your mood and reducing stress and joint strain.

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    25030 - Tai Chi

    Tai Chi is a martial arts practice that promotes holistic health using movements involving powerful stretching, breathing and mental focus. The movements are easy to learn, practice and remember. Some of the many benefits of this class include tension relief, increased muscle tone, improved range of motion and flexibility, and increased mental focus and awareness. No special clothing is required. The instructor is Diane Massie, a 5th degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and has practiced martial arts for 28 years.
    No class March 31st.

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    25031 - Tai Chi Intermediate

    Meditation in motion! Tai Chi promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements in addition to relieving stress, improving range of motion and flexibility. Reduce stress and get an awesome workout. Our instructor has over 28 years of experience as a martial arts instructor and is a 5th degree black belt.
    Intermediate Tai Chi, is a martial arts practice that promotes holistic health using movements involving powerful stretching, breathing and mental focus. The movements are easy to learn, practice and remember. Some of the many benefits of this class include tension relief, increased muscle tone, improved range of motion and flexibility, and increased mental focus and awareness. No special clothing is required. The instructor is Diane Massie, a 5th degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and has practiced martial arts for 28 years. Students registering for Intermediate Korean Tai Chi must have completed 2 sessions of beginner class or have approval of instructor.

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    25057 - Couch to 5k

    This class is for anyone who wants to participate in their first 5k. We will meet inside when the weather is bad and outside when the weather permits to begin our journey together! All ages are welcome to sign up; however due to running inside on the track, we do ask no strollers be used in this class. The first family member is $50 and each additional is only $25!! Fees do not include the race registration.

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    25062 - Kids Hula Dance

    Come learn the art of Polynesian dance taught by Olohana's Polynesian Dance! Learn to perform native dances from the islands of Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti, New Zealand and more! Graduate from 8 different hula skirts to become a professional hula dancer! Come share the Aloha spirit with us!

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    25063 - Hulaerobics

    Join professional Polynesian dance instructor, Olohana, for an island style workout. Olohana has entertained troops for the USA tours and at the World Fest in Branson, MO as part of the Polynesian Paradise Dancers.
    Olohana wanted to highlight the benefits of fitness through the basic steps of hula dance and started a fitness class called Hulaerobics which takes the basic steps of Hawaiian hula dance and turns it into a workout! Strengthen your core, quads, hamstrings, and glutes. Fill your mind and heart with the Aloha spirit!

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    25064 - Adult Hula Dance

    Come learn the art of Polynesian dance taught by Olohana's Polynesian Dance! Learn to perform native dances from the islands of Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti, New Zealand and more! Graduate from 8 different hula skirts to become a professional hula dancer! Come share the Aloha spirit with us!

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    25616 - LaBlast Special Event

    Class is $15 early bird and $20 at the door pricing.

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    26002 - Kids 'N" Crafts

    Kids'N'Crafts-Nature Edition. Each week you and your child will create exciting crafts using items from nature collected in our Countryside Park. This class wil introduce your youngster to different inspiring projects using paints, glue, markers and repurposing of natural items, such as tree sticks, seeds, and leaves. A parent/caregiver and chld progarm.

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    26021 - LiL Critter Kitchen

    It's a messy and fun time in the kitchen! Little ones will enjoy getting dirty while preparing an edible treat. Kids will mix and measure while learning basic nutritional facts. One item will be prepared in each class Potty training required.

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    26026 - Giggles, Wiggles & Swim

    A variety of gym activities to improve motor skills, balance and strength will be explored in this class. Combines with a 30 minute swim time in our recreational pool with rain tree and frog slide. Adventurous youngsters can try out the new water slides (height permitting). Please have your child wear their swimsuit under their clothes and bring a backpack with a towel. Potty training required.

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    26032 - It's Playtime

    Drop in with your preschooler ages 1-6 for a morning of fun on our soft, preschool appropriate play equipment. This morning activitiy physically challenges preschooolers while keeping them entertained. Playing with others also provides the benefits of group socialization. No advance signup required. $6.00 per family

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    27001 - Tae Kwon Do Beginner

    Your child will love the challenge of this martial art activity. Our program is designed to teach focus, concentration, muscle development, balance, and gross motor coordination within the context of Tae Kwon Do. Their training will also target behavior development, awareness of others, self-confidence and character development. Students in the beginner class do not belt test and a uniform is not required. Our class is taught by a family with more than 40 years combined Tae Kwon Do experience, each with a black belt ranking.
    No class March 30 & April 2

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    27002 - Tae Kwon Do Intermediate

    Build upon skills learned in the previous class to increase knowledge and discipline of the sport. Develop strength with increasingly challenging calisthenics and aerobic Tae Kwon Do moves, balance in the form of focused kicking actions, coordination in the form of sparring drills, speed in the form of striking and kicking exercises, concentration in the form of pattern memorization, and focus in the form of eye-hand and eye-foot target exercises. Belt testing occurs at this level (except during the summer sessions). All tests are designed to allow instructors to evaluate the students based upon their individual abilities, encouraging students to excel to their personal best. Our class is taught by a family with more than 40 years combined Tae Kwon Do experience, each with a black belt ranking.
    No class March 31 & April 2

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    27003 - Tae Kwon Do Advanced

    Acquire advanced skills and continue to build upon current skills. This class is for the student who has successfully demonstrated skills and knowledge of the sport through completing belt testing, participating in the Intermediate and Beginner level classes, or through training under another program. Our class is taught by a family with more than 40 years combined Tae Kwon Do experience, each with a black belt ranking.
    No class March 30 & April 2

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    27010 - Fencing

    Fencing is an exciting combat sport and an art form as well. An ancient symbol of power and glory, and a deeply personal individual form of expression, fencing is a sport that requires stamina and endurance. The object of fencing is to effectively score a set number of points on your opponent before he scores that number on you. Points are scored by getting touches on your opponent's body. It often involves using a long sword, and the weight of the sword can challenge the biceps, triceps, forearms, and shoulders, for a great workout. Our program is taught by a Level 1 coach with 20 years of experience in the sport including 12 years of coaching. All equipment will be provided and a $20 equipment fee has been included in the registration price to cover the costs of upkeep, repairs, and sanitization of all equipment.

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    27011 - Competitive Fencing

    Pre-requisite: Participant must have completed Beginner Fencing or have prior experience to enroll. The coues will build upon skills and techniques learned in the Beginner class. All participants must pay an additional $20 equipment fee to the instructor on the first day of class for upkeep, replacement and sanitization of equipment.

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    27021 - Tiny Tumblers

    A fun and social introduction to tumbling that preschoolers will enjoy. This class is designed for 3 year old children who are now ready to enjoy a class independent of a parent in an environment with other students and a teacher. This program will focus on listening and cooperative skills, motor movement/development as well as having a lot of fun on the gymnastics equipment.

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    27022 - Preschool Tumbling

    For preschool-age children 4-5 years old who need more challenge, can follow directions, and are ready to work more independently. Children will learn skills to include forward/backward rolls, running/jumping, large muscle motor skills and balance skills all while further developing listening skills, socialization and cooperative skills.
    No class March 30

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    27023 - Youth Tumbling

    Program emphasis is on fun and safety. Each child will be instructed as to the proper technique and form used to correctly execute tumbling skills. Skills include balance, floor tumbling, spring board, and uneven bars. This program is strictly recreational and competitiveness is not emphasized in any way. No previous tumbling skills required.
    Special Note: The second session only has 5 classes

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    27030 - Rock Climbing 1

    This class will allow young beginning climbers the opportunity to climb and boulder on our 24 foot high wall. No certification will be given.
    Special Note: The first session only has 3 classes

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    27031 - Rock Climbing 2

    This class includes climbing and bouldering games/competitions along with conditioning elements for climbers on our 24 foot high wall. No certification will be given.
    Special Note: No class April 2

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    27035 - Volleyball 1

    Learn the basics of volleyball to include serving, passing, setting and hitting along with some team play principles. Volleylite balls will be used for this class. Knee pads are recommended. This class is taught by Kathleen Washington, who played at Rutgers University and went on to play professionally in France.
    NO CLASS MARCH 31

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    27036 - Volleyball 2

    Learn the basics of volleyball to include serving, passing, setting and hitting along with some team play principles. Standard volleyballs will be used for this class. Knee pads are recommended. This class is taught by Kathleen Washington, who played at Rutgers University and went on to play professionally in France.
    No class March 31.

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    27037 - Beginner Volleyball

    Learn the basics of volleyball to include serving, passing, setting and hitting. A volleylite ball will be used in this class. No class April 2.

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    27040 - Soccer 1

    Whether your child has played before or if this is their first time, this class is made for all levels! Each participant is encouraged to do THEIR very best no matter their skill level. Each player will be challenged based on their skill level they show during the drills. Each class will focus on a specific skill such as dribbling, stopping and turning, passing, shooting and trapping among others. The following weeks will build upon the learned skills and will finish with playing a game. All classes are held indoors, please make sure tennis shoes are worn - shinguards are optional.
    Special Note: No class March 31.

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    27041 - Soccer 2

    Whether your child has played before or if this is their first time, this class is made for all levels! Each participant is encouraged to do THEIR very best no matter their skill level. Each player will be challenged based on their skill level they show during the drills. Each class will focus on a specific skill such as dribbling, stopping and turning, passing, shooting and trapping among others. The following weeks will build upon the learned skills and will finish with playing a game. All classes are held indoors, please make sure tennis shoes are worn - shinguards are optional.

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    27045 - Basketball 1

    Get a head start on learning the basics of basketballl or keep your skills sharp with this class! We will focus on ball handling, dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense. The last class will incorporate playing a game.

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    27046 - Basketball 2

    Thinking about joining a team this year? Get a head start on learning the basics of basketball. Just finishing up playing in a league? Keep your skills sharp with this class! We will teach ball handling, passing, shooting, defense and rebounding to help you reach your goals.
    Get a head start on learning the basics of basketballl or keep your skills sharp with this class! We will focus on ball handling, dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense. The last class will incorporate playing a game. No class April 1.

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    27049 - Soccer "U"

    With the "U" standing for "us", Soccer "U" classes are a fun and positive introduction to soccer for our youngest players and their parents/guardians! Our age-appropriate curriculum engages youngsters with entertaining activities that promote motor skill development and cognitive ability.
    With an adult participating by their side, kids will have fun learning basic soccer skills like chasing, running, kicking and listening.
    Soccer "U" classes are 30 minutes long and meet once a week. Adult participation is required.

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    27055 - Tee Ball 1

    This class will focus on the basics of Tee Ball to include throwing, hitting, base running and catching. Students will need to bring a glove to each class.


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    27056 - Tee Ball 2

    This class will focus on the basics of Tee Ball to include throwing, hitting, base running and catching. Students will need to bring a glove to each class.

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    27057 - Intro to Blastball

    This class will focus on the basics of Blastball (a version of T-Ball that the younger players can enjoy). The bat and ball are softer and no gloves are required. The fundamentals of running to first base (which honks as a fun way to encourage them to run fast to get there), hitting the ball off a tee, and eye-hand coordination to stop a moving ball will all be focused on during this fun class.


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    27060 - Intro to Archery

    An introduction to the art, practice, and skill of shooting with a bow and arrow. Historically known for hunting and combat, in more modern times it has become a competitive sport and recreational activity. This class will teach the safe and correct usage of equipment and develop beginning archery techniques. The instructor is a Class 4 Archery Coach and is one of the top 150 coaches in the nation! Bows, arrows, targets and guards will be provided. A $20 equipment fee for upkeep and repairs is included in the registration price.
    No class April 1.

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    27062 - Friends & Family Archery

    Friends, family, siblings, and anyone over the age of 9 will learn safe use of equipment and develop beginning archery techniques from one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation! This class is recommended for those who have had little to no experience with archery and are looking to have a good time learning together. Basic equipment care and selection will be covered along with range procedures. Bows, arrows, targets and guards will be provided. A $20 equipment fee for upkeep and repairs is included in the registration price.

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    27067 - Flying Arrows

    Join a team of other area archers and get competition ready!! Even if you are not competing but are experienced and want to be challenged and taught by one of the best, then come join the team. Participants in Flying Arrows must have archery experience and currently be, or willing to be, US Archery Members (find out more and sign up at USArchery.org). Our certified Class 4 instructor is one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation and will work with students to refine skills and knowledge of the sport to get them ready for upcoming competitions or leagues. Team members are encouraged to use their own equipment pending approval of the instructor.

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    27099 - Krav Maga

    Krav Maga is based on simple principles, natural movements, and practical techniques. A favorite among law enforcement agencies, military personnel, and anyone interested in self-defense; Anyone. Taught by Ehud Borovoy, personal trainer and Krav Maga instructor.
    Krav Maga is simple, natural and effective self defense.

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    28001 - Partners in Dance

    Our youngest performers will explore the spotlight in a creative introduction to theatre and dancing alongside their favorite adult. Students will be encouraged to blossom and express themselves as they develop their individual moves. Materials from our "costume closet" will be used to engage and bring out our shyest performers.

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    28002 - Creative Movement

    A great way to get involved in the imaginative world of dance and musical theatre, this class invites our younger stars to really shine! Students will have a wonderful time bringing songs to life using different styles of dance, costumes and props! Culminating in a final class performance! Bring your imaginations, and LET'S GO!

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    28020 - Make Believe with Mary Poppins

    Join us as we expolre the characters, magic, and story of Mary Poppins. Actors will explore the story of Mary Poppins using games, and storytelling, as well as making crafts and costumes. Students will also receive a ticket to see Town Hall Theatre's production of Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins Jr.

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    28025 - Put on a Play: Villains

    Explore the far reaches of your imagination by creating your own play. Each session will focus on creating a show, designing not only sets but also costumes. This session we will focus on the villains from superhero movies and fairy tales, as well as villains of our own invention.. Students will bring the stories to life as they memorize lines, creating blocking, and much more. This class will help students understand characters, story and setting; culminating in a final performance for family and friends!

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    28033 - Comedy Improv 4 Kids

    Think fast or you’ll be left in the dust! Actors and comedians are always on their toes and you can be too. Students will develop their skills to create unique characters, tell exciting stories, and make people laugh. This high energy class is perfect for anyone who wants to build their skills as an actor, storyteller, or comedian!

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    28034 - Intro to Acting

    Make new friends, become comfortable speaking in front of a group, and feel successful about putting on your own mini-play. Each class will begin with reading a story. Students then use the story and their imaginations to create a mini-play! Family and friends are invited to be our audience the last five minutes of each class.

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    28035 - Acting - Level 1

    This course explores acting fundamentals with a focus on monologues, short scenes, and the theatre making process. This is your chance to build your skills as an actor and to have a great audition! Successful completion of this course allows students to audition for the Showcase productions at Town Hall Theatre. Completion of this class is dependent on accruing no more than two absences and receiving a passing grade on the theatre terms quiz.

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    28036 - Acting - Level 2

    Learn how to build engaging characters onstage, be in an ensemble, succeed at callbacks, and do your actor homework! Successful completion of this course is a prerequisite for being cast in a Mainstage production at Town Hall Theatre. Completion of this course is dependent on accruing no more than two absences. Acting - Level 1 is a prerequisite for this course.

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    28037 - Acting - Level 3

    Do you want to take your acting to the next level? In this class, we will explore techniques and methods that will help you bring you character to life. Learn about styles of acting, character arc, tactic and many other topics that will improve your skills in theatre.

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    28080 - Behind the Scenes: Scene Paint

    Have you ever watched a play or musical and been amazed by the scenery? Have you ever wanted to learn how to paint amazing sets? Then this class is for you. Learn skills and techniques to paint scenery and set pieces that help bring a play or musical to life.

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    28092 - Beginners Jazz

    Get ready to explore a truly fun and expressive dance from. This beginner level class will focus on proper instruction of how to move your body as well as explore musicality, rhythm, and style. It's easy to follow, low impact, and a great skill for any theatre kid to develop! No experience is necessary. There will be a final performance for all your family and friends!

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    29003 - Art Classes

    Expressing yourself creatively does as much for your health and well-being as eating well and exercising. The Enrichment Center offers low cost and no cost classes in a variety of artistic mediums. Pick the one that speaks to you and let your artistic nature run wild.

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    29004 - Parties

    29004 - Parties

    Special events featuring food, friends and fun are held at the Enrichment Center on a regular basis.

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    29005 - Cooking Demonstration

    Local chefs and dietary personnel share tips and techniques for creating fast, easy and healthy recipes. Small bite samples are served.

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    29007 - Lunch & Learn

    29007 - Lunch & Learn

    The Lunch & Learn series is sponsored by a local retirement community or healthcare provider. Educational presentations follow a light lunch at 11:30 AM.

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    29009 - Fitness Orientation

    29009 - Fitness Orientation

    Learn safe and effective ways to use the fitness equipment in the Enrichment Center from a WTRC fitness professional.

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    29010 - Educational Presentations

    Experts from various fields share their knowledge about the world, its institutions and its people.

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    29011 - WCPL Programs

    The Washington-Centerville Public Library partners with the Enrichment Center to provide monthly Book Club discussion and educational presentations on pertinent topics and prominent people and places.

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    29012 - CWPD Programs

    The Centerville-Washington Park District partners with the Enrichment Center to provide educational presentations on topics of interest in the natural world.

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    29014 - Crafts

    Local crafters share their skills in a variety of make and take classes, from one-of-a-kind greeting cards to seasonal decorations.

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    29015 - Financial Fridays

    Local experts present information on financial topics of interest.

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    29019 - Health

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    31000 - Fun with Me

    The goal of Parent and Child Aquatics are to provide information that allows the parent to be able to help the child learn techniques to be comfortable and safe in and around the water, develop a readiness for learning to swim, and to learn safety fundamentals.

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    31001 - Preschool 1

    Your child will become oriented to the aquatic environment and learn elementary skills such as buoyancy, supported floating, water entry and exit, and alternating arm action.

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    31002 - Preschool 2

    Your child will learn to float, glide, and swim on back/front with face in water
    blowing bubbles through mouth and nose. They will also be Introduced to
    treading water, rhythmic breathing and finning arms.

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    31003 - Preschool 3

    This class focuses on building upon and reinforcing the basic skills of Preschool 2 by
    swimming greater distances on front and back.

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    31011 - Level 1

    Children will become oriented to the aquatic environment and learn
    elementary skills such as buoyancy, breath control, supported floating,
    water entry and exit, and alternating arm action. This class is taught in the
    rec and lap pool.

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    31012 - Level 2

    The objective of Level 2 is to give students success with fundamental
    skills. Students learn to float without support and recover to a vertical
    position. Students will learn how to glide and swim on back/front with face
    in the water blowing bubbles.

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    31013 - Level 3

    The objective of Level 3 is to swim front crawl with rotary
    breathing and elementary backstroke a minimum
    of 15 yards. Introduce scissor kick, dolphin kick, backstroke
    and head first dives.

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    31014 - Level 4

    The objective is to improve skills and increase endurance by
    swimming front crawl with rotary breathing and elementary
    backstroke for greater distances. Students continue to build
    upon the scissor kick and dolphin kick by adding the arms for sidestroke and
    butterfly. The back crawl and the breaststroke are introduced

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    31015 - Level 5

    The objective of Level 5 is to refine performance of the strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke) and increase distance. Flip turns on the front and back are introduced.

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    31030 - Adult Beginner

    Adult Beginner Swim Lessons are for adults who have no swimming experience. Basic water skills will be taught from blowing bubbles, floats, gliding, treading water and basic strokes

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    31031 - Adult Adv Beginner

    Adult Advanced Beginner Swim Lessons is for the swimmer who is comfortable in water but lacks skill techniques. Basic water skills will be taught from floats, gliding, treading and basic strokes. Instructions are given as to the level that one needs.

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    31032 - Adult Intermediate

    Adult Intermediate Swim Lessons is for the more advanced swimmer who wants to learn more stroke technique, fitness swimming and turns. Instructions are given as to the level as one needs

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    35000 - Deep Water Fitness

    Take the plunge! Deep water running and traveling guaranteed to challenge your cardio fitness combined with toning to improve flexibility and increase muscle tone and core strength. Buoyancy belts are provided and create a no impact workout to the joints. Participants exercise in 6-12 feet of water. A shallow water entrance is offered then class moves to deeper water.

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    35013 - Rec Fit for Teens

    TEENS!! Are you a teenager who is unsure how to get started in fitness? This class is perfect for you! Ehud Borovoy who will guide you in a fitness program designed to meet your fitness goals. You will learn the proper way to use the equipment in the fitness room, how to work out without weights or machines. Each week you will receive a workout to do during your off days.
    Teens age 14 & 15 will receive a certification (and instructor approval) to use fitness center with out parental/gaurdian supervision.

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    35016 - Pilates

    Stretch, breath, focus, rejuvenate. Pilates improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the entire body. It puts emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance.

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    35026 - Intro to Core Dance

    Intro to Core Dance is a moderate/low impact exercise class that targets all muscle groups including deep abdominal muscles that are rarely used in other formats. The class includes aerobic, toning, and stretching exercises and ends with a floor work to strengthen the core muscles. Students will learn basic core dance technique, including posture, rhythmical patterns, isolations, undulations and traveling steps. Each class will include an easy to follow choreography to incorporate new movements. NO dance experience is necessary.

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    35030 - Tai Chi

    Tai Chi is a martial arts practice that promotes holistic health using movements involving powerful stretching, breathing and mental focus. The movements are easy to learn, practice and remember. Some of the many benefits of this class include tension relief, increased muscle tone, improved range of motion and flexibility, and increased mental focus and awareness. No special clothing is required. The instructor is Diane Massie, a 5th degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and has practiced martial arts for 28 years.
    *Start and end dates may be subject to change*

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    35033 - Intermediate Tai Chi

    Tai Chi is a martial arts practice that promotes holistic health using movements involving powerful stretching, breathing and mental focus. The movements are easy to learn, practice and remember. Some of the many benefits of this class include tension relief, increased muscle tone, improved range of motion and flexibility, and increased mental focus and awareness. No special clothing is required. The instructor is Diane Massie, a 5th degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and has practiced martial arts for 28 years. Students registering for Intermediate Tai Chi must have completed 2 sessions of beginner class or have approval of instructor.

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    35333 - LaBlast Line Dance

    Experience the exhilaration of a workout in disguise by taking a LaBlast® Fitness Class! You will learn the true skill of dance regardless of your experience or skill level. We keep it simple, if you can clap it, you can dance it.

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    37001 - Tae Kwon Do Beginner

    Your child will love the challenge of this martial art activity. Our program is designed to teach focus, concentration, muscle development, balance, and gross motor coordination within the context of Tae Kwon Do. Their training will also target behavior development, awareness of others, self-confidence and character development. Students in the beginner class do not belt test and a uniform is not required. Our class is taught by a family with more than 40 years combined Tae Kwon Do experience, each with a black belt ranking.

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    37002 - Tae Kwon Do Int/Adv

    Build upon skills learned in the previous class to increase knowledge and discipline of the sport. Develop strength with increasingly challenging calisthenics and aerobic Tae Kwon Do moves, balance in the form of focused kicking actions, coordination in the form of sparring drills, speed in the form of striking and kicking exercises, concentration in the form of pattern memorization, and focus in the form of eye-hand and eye-foot target exercises. Belt testing occurs at this level (except during the summer sessions). All tests are designed to allow instructors to evaluate the students based upon their individual abilities, encouraging students to excel to their personal best. Our class is taught by a family with more than 40 years combined Tae Kwon Do experience, each with a black belt ranking.

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    37003 - Tae Kwon Do Advanced

    Through the martial art form of Tae Kwon Do, youth will benefit from physical training, mental conditioning, character development and personal discipline. No testing for advancement during summer session.

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    37021 - Tiny Tumblers

    We know summers can be very busy but you still want your little one to be active - we have solved that problem! Sign up for the classes that work best for your schedule! Sign up for one or all of the summer classes of tumbling. Each one will focus on listening, motor movement/development and a chance to try the balance beam, bar, and wedge mat to assist in forward rolls. Tiny Tumblers and Preschool Tumbling will be combined (ages 3-5)

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    37022 - Preschool Tumbling

    We know summers can be very busy but you still want your little one to be active - we have solved that problem! Sign up for the classes that work best for your schedule! Sign up for one or all of the summer classes of tumbling. Each one will focus on listening, motor movement/development and a chance to try the balance beam, bar, and wedge mat to assist in forward rolls. Tiny Tumblers and Preschool Tumbling will be combined (ages 3-5)

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    37023 - Youth Tumbling

    Program emphasis is on fun and safety. Each child will be instructed as to the proper technique and form used to correctly execute tumbling skills. Skills include balance, floor tumbling, spring board, and uneven bars. This program is strictly recreational and competitiveness is not emphasized in any way. No previous tumbling skills required.

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    37030 - Rock Climbing 1

    This class will allow young beginning climbers the opportunity to climb and boulder on our 24 foot high wall.

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    37031 - Rock Climbing 2

    This class includes climbing and bouldering games/competitions along with conditioning elements for cliimbers on our 24 foot high wall.

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    37034 - Volleyball Spike, Block, Serve

    This is a targeted skills class for middle and high school girls who are looking for an economical way to boost their skills and confidence. These Friday sessions will provide intense training. These individual training sessions can be mixed and matched to provide the work you need most. Classes are offered for 4 separate weeks.
    Session I: 2:00-3:30 Focus: serving, blocking, hitting
    Session II: 4:00-5:30 Focus: serve receive, defense, setting

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    37035 - Volleyball 1

    Learn the basics of volleyball to include serving, passing, setting and hitting along with some team play principles. Volleylite balls will be used for this class. Knee pads are recommended. This class is taught by Kathleen Washington, who played at Rutgers University and went on to play professionally in France.

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    37036 - Volleyball 2

    Learn the basics of volleyball to include serving, passing, setting and hitting along with some team play principles. Standard volleyballs will be used for this class. Knee pads are recommended. This class is taught by Kathleen Washington, who played at Rutgers University and went on to play professionally in France.

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    37037 - Beginners Volleyball

    Learn the basics of volleyball to include serving, passing, setting and hitting along with some team play principles.

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    37038 - Volleyball Training

    This two hour class will focus on conditioning and drills to sharpen the player's fundamental skills: serving, passing, setting, defensive positioning, hitting and blocking. This 4 week course will also have a scrimmage in each session to give the players the opportunity to test their skills in a game scenario. Knee pads are recommended for this class. The instructor, Kathleen Washington, was a Division I volleyball player who also played professionally in France.

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    37040 - Soccer 1

    This class will encourage personal growth while teaching the basic skills of soccer in a fun environment. Each session will focus on a different skill (dribbling, passing, shooting) along with basic motor skills used in the game of soccer. This session only 4 classes.

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    37041 - Soccer 2

    This class is designed for every level of soccer player, experienced or first time player. Each session will focus on a different skill (dribbling, passing, shooting) along with basic motor skills used in the game of soccer.

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    37042 - Soccer 3

    Is your soccer star ready to kick it to the next level. This class will focus on more advanced passing, throw ins, shooting, and defense to get them ready for that next step.

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    37043 - Soccer Clinic

    Join us as our experienced soccer coaches work with your child with age appropriate skills and drills sessions (focus will be on fieldplayers). Each session is geared to help your child get better footskills and work on improving strength and agility. This is for all skill levels and even beginners are encouraged to join us no matter what age! If you love the sport you will love this opportunity to improve your soccer skills! Sign up before June 1 and your child will receive a free WTRC shirt!
    SPECIAL NOTES: (Boys and Girls will be separated in the 9-14 age groups) (This class will be held outdoors unless there is inclement weather in which case you will be notified and it will move indoors) (Players are encouraged to bring a soccer ball - we will provide a ball for those who do not have one)

    9:00-10:00A Ages 4-5
    10:15-12:15P Ages 6-8
    12:45-2:45P Ages 9-11
    3:00-5:00P Ages 12-14

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    37044 - Soccer "U"

    With the "U" standing for "us", Soccer "U" classes are a fun and positive introduction to soccer for our youngest players and their parents/guardians! Our age-appropriate curriculum engages youngsters with entertaining activities that promote motor skill development and cognitive ability.
    With an adult participating by their side, kids will have fun learning basic soccer skills like chasing, running, kicking and listening.
    Soccer "U" classes are 30 minutes long and meet once a week. Adult participation is required.

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    37045 - Basketball 1

    This class will focus on the fundamentals of basketball (dribbling, passing, shooting) and will include lots of fun games. Each class will end with a scrimmage.

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    37046 - Basketball 2

    This class will focus on the fundamentals of basketball (dribbling, passing, shooting). Each class will end with a scrimmage. Whether your child is a first time player or has played for years, this class is for them!

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    37047 - Basketball 3

    This class will focus on the fundamentals (dribbling, passing, shooting) along with defense and offense. Whether your child is just beginning or has been playing for years, this class will help them understand the game better. Each class will end with a scrimmage.

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    37049 - Basketball Clinic

    Join us as our passionate basketball coaches work with your child with age appropriate skills and drills sessions. Each session is geared to help your child get better ballhandling (dribbling, passing, shooting) and work on improving strength and agility. This is for all skill levels and even beginners are encouraged to join us no matter what age! If you love the sport you will love this opportunity to improve your basketball skills!! Register before July 1 and your child will receive a free WTRC shirt.
    SPECIAL NOTES: (Boys and Girls will be separated in the 9-14 age groups)

    9:00-10:00A Ages 5-6
    9:00-11:00A Ages 7-8
    11:15-1:15P Ages 9-11
    11:15-1:15p Ages 12-14

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    37060 - Intro to Archery

    An introduction to the art, practice, and skill of shooting with a bow and arrow. Historically known for hunting and combat, in more modern times it has become a competitive sport and recreational activity. This class will teach the safe and correct usage of equipment and develop beginning archery techniques. The instructor is a Class 4 Archery Coach and is one of the top 150 coaches in the nation! Bows, arrows, targets and guards will be provided. A $20 equipment fee for upkeep and repairs is included in the registration price.
    *Special Note: The first session only has 4 classes

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    37061 - Friends & Family Archery

    Friends, family, siblings, and anyone over the age of 10 will learn safe use of equipment and develop beginning archery techniques from one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation! Basic equipment care and selection will be covered along with range procedures. Bows, arrows, targets and guards will be provided. Participants are welcome to use their own equipment pending approval of instructor. This class is recommended for those have had little to no experience with archery and are looking to have a good time learning together. A $20 equipment fee for upkeep and repairs is included in the registration price.
    *Special Note: The first session only has 4 classes

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    37067 - Flying Arrows Archery Team

    Join a team of other area archers and get competition ready!! Even if you are not competing but are experienced and want to be challenged and taught by one of the best, then come join the team. Participants in Flying Arrows must have archery experience and currently be, or willing to be, US Archery Members (find out more and sign up at USArchery.org). Our certified Class 4 instructor is one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation and will work with students to refine skills and knowledge of the sport to get them ready for upcoming competitions or leagues. Team members are encouraged to use their own equipment pending approval of the instructor.

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    38034 - Intro to Acting

    38034 - Intro to Acting

    Make new friends, become comfortable speaking in front of a group, and feel successful about putting on your own mini play. Each class will begin with reading a story. Students then use the story and their imaginations to create a mini play! Families and friends are invited to be our audience the last five minutes of each class.

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    38035 - Acting - Level 1

    38035 - Acting - Level 1

    This course is a prerequisite for being cast in a Showcase Series production at Town Hall Theatre. The curriculum concentrates on monologues and short scenes. Each student will understand theatre terminology and the process of going through technical rehearsal to a performance. Completion of this course is dependent on accruing no more than two absences and receiving a passing grade on the theatre terms quiz.

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    38036 - Acting- Level 2

    38036 - Acting- Level 2

    This course is a prerequisite for being cast in any Mainstage production at Town Hall Theatre. Students will learn how to create characters that can "live" through an entire show, as well as learn how to tackle callbacks. Students will also polish their musical auditioning skills by developing a song monologue combination! Actors will understand how to research a role and why it is important. Students must have already completed Acting Level 1 to enroll in this course. Completion of this course is dependent on accruing no more than two absences.

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    38037 - Acting - Level 3

    Do you want to take your acting to the next level? In this class, we will explore techniques and methods that will help you bring your character to life. Learn about styles of acting, character arc, tactic and many other topics that will improve your skills in theatre.

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    38050 - Whodunnit: Unsolved Mysteries

    This summer you can be Sherlock Holmes! Or Watson! Or even the Butler! This weekly crime class helps students learn to build characters while also having the fun of solving weekly mysteries! Students will have the opportunity to play different roles every week and try their best to solve the crime before the timer runs out! Everyone loves escape rooms, but can your student solve the crime?

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    38055 - Ace Your Auditions

    In this class, students will work on expanding their repertoire of monologues and songs that they can use during auditions. Students will also work on skills that will help them during auditions such as cold readings and sight reading music. Students will participate in mock auditions, which will help students become more comfortable auditioning.

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    38095 - Intro to Theatre Dance

    This class is designed to introduce performers to musical theatre movement on stage, also known as choreography. Basic dance styles such as Jazz and Broadway will be covered as well as beginning moves for each genre. This class is an opportunity for actors to become more proficient in learning choreography and shine at their next callback or talent show. There will be a performance on the last day in our rec west auditorium for family members and friends!

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    39002 - Art Classes

    Learn the art of watercolor painting from nationally recognized artist Nita Leland. Your creativity will be unleashed and your techniques strengthened during the course. This class is not for beginners. Students will pay a lab fee of $5 to the instructor on the first day of class.

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    39021 - Cooking Demonstration

    Local chefs and dietary personnel share tips and techniques for creating fast, easy and healthy recipes. Small bite samples are served.

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    39024 - Crafts

    Local crafters share their skills in a variety of make and take classes, from one-of-a-kind greeting cards to seasonal decorations.

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    39043 - Educational Presentations

    Experts from various fields share their knowledge about the world, its institutions and its people.

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    39051 - Fitness Orientation

    39051 - Fitness Orientation

    Learn safe and effective ways to use the fitness equipment in the Enrichment Center from a WTRC fitness professional.

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    41035 - Lifeguard Recertification

    The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies, and to provide professional-level care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Participants who successfully pass the two final written exams, with a minimum grade of 80%, and the in-water final skills scenarios will receive an American Red Cross certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED (valid for 2 years). On the first day of class, participants will be required to pass the following prerequisites before being accepted into the class. Those that do not pass the pre-test will be issued a refund, minus the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. Be sure to bring proper swim attire to every class.

    1. Must bring a current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification to the first day of class.
    2. Swim 300 yards, continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing. Candidates may swim using the front crawl, breaststroke or a combination of both, but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used.
    3. Tread water for 2 minutes, using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands under the armpits.
    4. Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds:
    o Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. Swim goggles are not allowed.
    o Surface dive, feet-first or headfirst, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object.
    o Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath.
    o Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

    April 3 4:00pm-8:45pm
    April 5 1:00pm-7:00pm
    Cost for Class:
    CPHR/CPHNR $105.00 Resident $110.00 Non-Resident $120.00
    Cost includes the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. The remaining registration cost will be refunded, minus the $15, if the participant doesn't pass the pre-test.

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    41040 - Lifeguard Training

    The primary purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies, and to provide professional-level care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Participants who successfully pass the two final written exams, with a minimum grade of 80%, and the in-water final skills scenarios will receive an American Red Cross certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED (valid for 2 years). On the first day of class, participants will be required to pass the following prerequisites before being accepted into the class. Those that do not pass the pre-test will be issued a refund, minus the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. Be sure to bring proper swim attire to every class.

    1. Be at least 15 years old on or before the final scheduled session of the course.
    2. Swim 300 yards, continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing. Candidates may swim using the front crawl, breaststroke or a combination of both, but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used.
    3. Tread water for 2 minutes, using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands under the armpits.
    4. Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds:
    o Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. Swim goggles are not allowed.
    o Surface dive, feet-first or headfirst, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object.
    o Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath.
    o Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

    The instructor-led blended learning course length is 25 hours; no absences or class make-ups will be permitted.

    Spring/Summer

    Lifeguard Class

    Thursday, April 2 4:00pm-8:45pm
    Friday, April 3 4:00pm-8:45pm
    Saturday, April 4 8:00am-5:00pm
    Sunday, April 5 1:00pm-7:00pm

    Cost for Class:
    CPHR/CPHNR $215.00 Resident $220.00 Non-Resident $240.00
    Cost includes the non-refundable $15 pre-test fee. The remaining registration cost will be refunded, minus the $15, if the participant doesn't pass the pre-test.

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    47066 - Flying Arrows

    Join a team of other area archers and get competition ready!! Even if you are not competing but are experienced and want to be challenged and taught by one of the best, then come join the team. Participants in Flying Arrows must have archery experience and currently be, or willing to be, US Archery Members (find out more and sign up at USArchery.org). Our certified Class 4 instructor is one of the top 150 Archery Coaches in the nation and will work with students to refine skills and knowledge of the sport to get them ready for upcoming competitions or leagues. Team members are encouraged to use their own equipment pending approval of the instructor.

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    49030 - Educational Presentations

    Experts from various fields share their knowledge about the world, its institutions and its people.

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    53001 - Woodland Play

    53001 - Woodland Play

    Woodland Play campers, ages 5-7yrs, can look forward to games, music, arts and crafts,swimming, outdoor play and so much more! Fridays, campers will go on a field trip, exploring the local area amenities. Each week campers will spend time at Rec West, enjoying the game room, movie theatre and other activity spaces on campus. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53002 - Backwoods

    The Backwoods camp, for ages 7-9yrs, always has a full itinerary! Campers spend their day playing games, creating arts and crafts, swimming, canoeing and experiencing our indoor climbing wall, with the help of our certified staff. Backwoods explorers travel on Tuesdays to wonderful destinations that offer enriching experiences. Scheduled time is also spent at Rec West participating in indoor activities and taking in a movie at our vintage theatre room. Do not miss the fun! Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53003 - Backwoods & Beyond

    For our older campers ages 11-14, Backwoods and Beyond offers three days of travel on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Field trips include visiting different destinations across the Miami Valley and Southwest Ohio. Tuesdays and Thursdays are spent playing games, participating in activities and experiencing many of the other options that the Rec Center and Rec West facilities offer. On any day of the week, you can catch the Backwoods and Beyond campers taking a swim at the pool or climbing the rock wall. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53004 - Caravan

    Caravan campers, ages 9-11, travel three days a week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday to a new destination each trip. Campers visit local and state parks, educational sites, amusement centers, and still find a little time to have fun at the Rec Center. While on campus, campers can be found swimming, climbing the rock wall, canoeing and using the various gym spaces for sports and recreation. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53005 - Art

    Get your brushes ready and expand your creative palate in a wide variety of creative art projects this summer. Campers will use a variety of mediums to explore new ways to express their own artistic personality from fashion to sculpture to pen and paper! Daily activities are held at Rec Center and also include traditional camp favorites such as swimming and organized outdoor play. Dirt Alert! Art campers should wear old clothing as projects and activities can get messy. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53007 - Theatre

    Please note that weeks 3, 5, 7 and 10 are for ages 6-9. All other weeks are for ages 9-14.

    Summer camp with Washington Township is the best of high quality arts programming and traditional summer camp. Students develop life skills such as public speaking, collaboration and communication through skills such as improv, movement and acting workshops. Each session ends in a final showcase performance that celebrates the students achievements. Campers will also swim at the Rec Center, play traditional summer camp games and build skills and friendships that last a lifetime. Theatre camps do not travel on field trips. Camp will be at Rec West Monday-Thursday and Town Hall Theatre on Fridays. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53009 - Woodland Play Half

    53009 - Woodland Play Half

    This full week camp for ages 5-6 offers activities including summer sports, cooking, art, nature fun, music and science all while following the weekly theme. A 30-minute swim time in our recreational pool with water toys will be included from 11:30 - Noon . Children should wear their swimsuits under their clothes and bring a backpack with a towel. Must bepotty trained. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53010 -  Adventure

    53010 -  Adventure

    This full week camp for ages 3-4 offers activities including summer sports, cooking, art, nature fun, music and science all while following the weekly theme. Each week, campers will swim Monday- Friday from 11:30a-12p in our recreational pool. Children should wear their swimsuits under their clothes and bring a backpack with a towel. Must be potty trained. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53098 - Camp-Ext Care AM

    53098 - Camp-Ext Care AM

    Busy schedule? Our extended care options can help! For an additional fee, drop off your child at Rec West as early as 7:30am and/or pick-up your camper as late as 6:15pm, Monday-Friday! Participants can choose from structured games and activities or just chill-out in our movie theatre. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53099 - Camp-Ext Care PM

    Busy schedule? Our extended care options can help! For an additional fee, drop
    off your child at Rec West as early as 7:30am and/or pick-up your camper as late
    as 6:15pm, Monday-Friday! Participants can choose from structured games and
    activities or just chill-out in our movie theatre. Please note that all prices listed in the activity guide brochure mailed to residents in January reflect the early bird rates. Prices will increase on April 1.

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    53200 - Camp-Spring Break

    You don’t have to travel out of town to have fun this spring break! Kids in grades K-5 can spend their break with the camp staff at the Washington Township Recreation Center enjoying activities from 9:00am- 4:00pm. Rec West will be the home base for the camp but the campers will use all areas of both facilities and park, as weather permits. Local field trips will be offered to make this week seem like a vacation in your own back yard! Camp registration is for the entire week. AM/PM Extended Care is offered from 7:30-9:00am and 4:00-6:15pm at an additional fee.


    Campers will need to complete the Participant Profile Form if they have not participated in the 2018 Camp/Rec'ing Crew or School Day Off programs this year. An email invite from CampDocs will be sent to all participants to create the Participant Profile. The Participant Profile must be completed prior to the camp week start date. All trips and supply fees are included. Trip schedule is tentative due to site and/or weather problems.


    Campers will need to bring a sack lunch and a swim suit/towel daily.

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    53201 - Camp-Spring Break EXT AM

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    53202 - Camp-Spring Break EXT PM

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    53300 - Winter Camp

    Let it snow, snow, snow! Spark curiosity and creativity in your child during the coldest months of the year! The Recreation Center is the place to be this holiday season when school is out for the winter break. The four day camp format allows your child to participate in a wide variety of activities to include field trips, gym games, movies on the big screen, swimming and more! Spend your Winter Break at the Recreation Center where fun and silliness collide! It’s the smart place to have fun.
    The camp willl run from December 30th through January 3rd. We will not have camp on January 1st.
    The trips for the camp are as follows:
    12/30- Skateworld
    12/31- EnterTrainment
    1/02- Get Air ( please complete on waiver at Get Air-Miamisburg
    1/03-Polking Bowling

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    56999 - School Days Off

    We start our day of adventure by gathering in the game room at Rec West! From there activities abound to include field trips, crafts, mind games, sports challenges, swimming, climbing wall and/or park play weather permitting. Please bring lunch, swimsuit, and towel each day. You may sign your child up for one or all of the School Days Off.

    It is our intention to adhere to the schedule, but changes may be necessary due to unforseen circumstances. No refunds will be given for location changes made to the travel schedule, including canceling of field trips due to weather or site difficulties.

    In the interest of safety an Emergency Medical Form is required for all participants enrolled in any of the School Day Off scheduled days and is available at www.washingtontwp.org/youthcare. Those participants who have been enrolled in the 2017 Summer Camp program or are currently participating in the 2017/18 Rec'ing Crew do not have to complete the Emergency Medical Form.

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    58080 - Superheroes, Unite!

    This Showcase Series is our introductory performance program for young actors and features non-musical adaptations of familiar tales with a less intense rehearsal and performance commitment than our Mainstage Series. Each show rehearses just 4 hours weekly, culminating in a one weekend run as part of our stage series for the public! Rehearsals begin Tuesday November 19. Performances are February 14-16.

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    58081 - Stuart Little

    Rehearsals will be held M-TH 6-9pm and Saturdays 9-12pm January 28, 2020 - February 29, 2020. Tech week begins Sunday, March 1 from 2-9pm and M-TH 6-9:30pm. Performs March 6-22, 2020. By audition only.

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    58082 - Mary Poppins

    Rehearsals will be held M-TH 6-9pm and Saturdays 9-12pm March 17, 2020 - April 25, 2020. Tech week begins Sunday, April 26 from 2-9pm and M-TH 6-9:30pm. Performs May 1-17, 2020. By audition only.

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    58083 - Fairy Tale Misfits

    This Showcase Series is our introductory performance program for young actors and features non-musical adaptations of familiar tales with a less intense rehearsal and performance commitment than our Mainstage Series. Each show rehearses just 4 hours weekly, culminating in a one weekend run as part of our stage series for the public! Rehearsals begin Tuesday March 24. Performances are May 29-31.

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    67011 - Vball Sun Coed 4

    Registration Information:
    Registration is by team only and the full team fee is due at the time of registration. For any team who has more than half of their players as verified residents of Washington Township/Centerville will receive a resident refund at the end of the session. For individuals who do not have a full team to registration, we do keep a list of individuals interested in our various leagues. To have your name, phone and email added to this list, contact the adult sports coordinator. Individuals may try and form teams from this list of players.

    Levels of Play:
    * (Low Rec) - Beginner/Recreational level of competition. Fun, yet competitive.
    ** (High Rec) - A step above the beginner/recreational level. A bit more skilled and faster paced.
    *** (High Intermediate) - Very skilled players with lots of "above the net" action. Fast-paced and very competitive.
    **** (Expert) - Our highest level of play. Many participants are former college or high school players of great skill.

    League Information:
    Click here for the waiver form, standings, schedules, rules and information on other leagues/tournaments.
    This league is classified as Expert. This league is our highest level of play. Many participants are former college or high school players of great skill.

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    67041 - Vball Wed Coed 4

    Registration Information:
    Registration is by team only and the full team fee is due at the time of registration. For any team who has more than half of their players as verified residents of Washington Township/Centerville will receive a resident refund at the end of the session. For individuals who do not have a full team to registration, we do keep a list of individuals interested in our various leagues. To have your name, phone and email added to this list, contact the adult sports coordinator. Individuals may try and form teams from this list of players.

    Levels of Play:
    * (Low Rec) - Beginner/Recreational level of competition. Fun, yet competitive.
    ** (High Rec) - A step above the beginner/recreational level. A bit more skilled and faster paced.
    *** (High Intermediate) - Very skilled players with lots of "above the net" action. Fast-paced and very competitive.
    **** (Expert) - Our highest level of play. Many participants are former college or high school players of great skill.

    League Information:
    Click here for the waiver form, standings, schedules, rules and information on other leagues/tournaments.
    This league is classified as high intermediate. This league is for very skilled players with lots of “above the net” action. Fast paced and very competitive.

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    67061 - Vball Fri Coed 6 (HI REC)

    Registration Information:
    Registration is by team only and the full team fee is due at the time of registration. For any team who has more than half of their players as verified residents of Washington Township/Centerville will receive a resident refund at the end of the session. For individuals who do not have a full team to registration, we do keep a list of individuals interested in our various leagues. To have your name, phone and email added to this list, contact the adult sports coordinator. Individuals may try and form teams from this list of players.

    Levels of Play:
    * (Low Rec) - Beginner/Recreational level of competition. Fun, yet competitive.
    ** (High Rec) - A step above the beginner/recreational level. A bit more skilled and faster paced.
    *** (High Intermediate) - Very skilled players with lots of "above the net" action. Fast-paced and very competitive.
    **** (Expert) - Our highest level of play. Many participants are former college or high school players of great skill.

    League Information:
    Click here for the waiver form, standings, schedules, rules and information on other leagues/tournaments.
    This league is classified as High Rec. This league is a step above the beginner/recreational level. A bit more skills and faster paced.

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    67062 - Vball Fri Coed 6 (LOW REC)

    Registration Information:
    Registration is by team only and the full team fee is due at the time of registration. For any team who has more than half of their players as verified residents of Washington Township/Centerville will receive a resident refund at the end of the session. For individuals who do not have a full team to registration, we do keep a list of individuals interested in our various leagues. To have your name, phone and email added to this list, contact the adult sports coordinator. Individuals may try and form teams from this list of players.

    Levels of Play:
    * (Low Rec) - Beginner/Recreational level of competition. Fun, yet competitive.
    ** (High Rec) - A step above the beginner/recreational level. A bit more skilled and faster paced.
    *** (High Intermediate) - Very skilled players with lots of "above the net" action. Fast-paced and very competitive.
    **** (Expert) - Our highest level of play. Many participants are former college or high school players of great skill.

    League Information:
    Click here for the waiver form, standings, schedules, rules and information on other leagues/tournaments.
    This league is classified as Low Rec. This league is for the beginner/recreational level of competition. Fun, yet competitive.

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    67105 - Vball Leagues

    Sign up for the popular All Girls Volleyball League for ages 14-18! Practices are once a week at a Centerville City School or at the Rec Center with games on Saturdays at the Rec Center. The season runs through May 16. Teams are coached by parents/volunteers. Practice times/days and other requests cannot be guaranteed (unless a parent coaches) and are based upon the number of players and coaches. If interested in being a volunteer coach, contact Dan Ruble at 937-432-2803 or daniel.ruble@washingtontwp.org

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    67110 - Indoor Soccer

    All levels of players are welcome to play on this indoor soccer league. Younger teams will play three-a-side & older teams will play a five-a-side. The game is played on a basketball-sized court without the use of sidewalls. A 20 minute practice will be held before games. All games will take place on Saturdays. A WTRC staff member will assist leading the players through drills prior to the game and then referee the games. Parents may be asked to assist.

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    67115 - Coed Tee Ball

    Coed T-Ball (ages 5-6) & Coed Machine Pitch Baseball with the option of hitting off a tee (ages 7-8) are instructional leagues which focuses on skill development and teamwork. Practices are once a week in WTRC's Countryside Park with games on Saturdays.

    Teams are coached by parents/volunteers. Practice times/days and other requests cannot be guaranteed (unless a parent coaches) and are based upon the number of players and coaches. If interested in being a volunteer coach, contact Lori Fields 937-432-2803 or lori.fields@washingtontwp.org.

    We ask that everyone register by MAY 11 to ensure us time to put rosters together, have coaches assigned to each team and to ensure your child will have a team shirt prior to the first game. Price will increase $15 after that date.

    *Special Note - no games July 6

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    67116 - Blastball

    Blastball is an exciting way to introduce 3 - 5 year olds to the sport of baseball. The rules are simple and the equipment is tailored to young players with soft bats and a soft ball so that gloves are not required. Teams will practice for 20-30 minutes, volunteer coaches are needed, and a 30 minute game will follow. All practices/games take place on Saturdays outdoors in Countryside Park for Outdoor Blastball. Parents may be asked to assist.

    To assist us in putting rosters together and to ensure your child gets a team shirt for the first game, please register by MAY 11 for Outdoor Blastball. Prices will increase $15 after that date.

    *Special Note - no games July 6

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    67120 - Outdoor Soccer

    Our soccer league is an instructional league for children which focuses on skill development, teamwork, and fun! Practices are once a week in WTRC's Countryside Park with games on Saturdays.

    Teams are coached by parents/volunteers. Practice times/days and other requests cannot be guaranteed (unless a parent coaches) and are based upon the number of players and coaches. If interested in being a volunteer coach, contact Lori Fields at 937-432-2803 or lori.fields@washingtontwp.org.

    We ask that everyone register by JULY 27 to ensure us time to put rosters together, have coaches assigned to each team and to ensure your child will have a team shirt prior to the first game. Price will increase $15 after that date.
    We play the following format:

    The 3-5 age group will be a coed 3 v 3 league with no goalkeepers
    The 6-7 age group will be a coed 4 v 4 league with no goalkeepers
    The 8-9 age group will be a coed 7 v 7 league (6 field players + 1 goalkeeper)
    The 10-12 age group will be a coed 8 v 8 league (7 field players + 1 goalkeeper)
    3-5 Age Group is FULL
    6-7 Age Group is FULL

    *Special note - age groups may be combined depending on overall numbers in each age group

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    67125 - Basketball 5-12 Coed

    Boys and girls ages 5-11 will have the opportunity to participate in our coed recreational basketball league. Practices are once a week at a Centerville City School or at the Rec Center, with games on Saturdays at the Rec Center. The Spring session begins two weeks following the last winter games.

    Teams are coached by parents/volunteers. Practice times/days and other requests cannot be guaranteed (unless a parent coaches) and are based upon the number of players and coaches. If interested in being a volunteer coach, contact Daniel Ruble 937-432-2803 or daniel.ruble@washingtontwp.org.

    Each team will have the chance to participate in a basketball clinic led by Thom Townsley, professional coach with the Indiana Pacers. Parents are encouraged to attend. The date and time will be announced in a team email prior to the start of the season.

    We ask that everyone register prior to March 1 for spring to ensure us time to put rosters together, have coaches assigned to each team and to ensure your child will have a team shirt prior to the first game. Price will increase $15 after that date.

    Head Coach Meeting: Tuesday, March 17 at 6:30pm

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    67126 - Basketball 12-14 Coed

    BOYS LEAGUE & GIRLS LEAGUE. We are attempting to get enough boys to form an all boys league and enough girls to form an all girls league. This is a fun/non-competitive league that is recreational in nature. Players can register with their friends and form a team - just make note in the additional comments section those players you wish to play with.

    Teams must have no more than 10 players on a roster. In the event there is not enough to split into a boys and girls league; we will play coed.

    All teams will be coached by volunteer coaches. Call or email Daniel Ruble at 433-2803, daniel.ruble@washingtontwp.org. There will be a 10-15 minute practice session followed by a game on Saturdays.

    Each team will have the chance to participate in a basketball clinic led by Thom Townsley, professional coach with the Indiana Pacers. Parents are encouraged to attend. The date and time will be announced in a team email prior to the start of the season.



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    67300 - Rec Runners

    Help your child develop a lifetime love for running and healthy lifestyle with this introductory Cross Country youth league. This inclusive program welcomes all abilities and will inspire young runners to unlock their potential, set and achieve personal goals, and build discipline. Best of all, participants will have the opportunity to "represent" the WTRC at local races throughout the spring!

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    67901 - Over 35 Basketball Adult 3v3

    Join other basketball enthusiasts in these guaranteed 8-week leagues. All games will officiated. With a tournament at the end of the season. All teams must have matching jerseys/shirts. Additionally, all participants must be 35 and older.

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    70006 - Rec'ing Crew

    Rec'ing Crew Membership is an entry fee to Rec'ing crew only. You will need to select the dates your child will be attending at an additional cost per day.



    Daily Fees
    Complete Pass Holder (Pass must remain current)....$16.50/day
    Residents .................................................................$17.50/day
    Non-Resident (Drop off only).....................................$18.50/day

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    70019 - Rec'ing Crew 19/20

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    71021 - Lil Crew 19-20

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    71022 - Lil Crew 19/20 Weekly

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    80000 - Special Events

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