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Senior Citizens The Cheney Senior Citizens meet every Wednesday to play cards, sociallze{, learn crafts, watch movies, and participate in other activities. There is a potluck luncheon the first Wddnesday of each month. Dances, bus trips, and a monthly newsletter also comprise valu- able portions of the program. Anyone wishing further . information on Senior Citizens' Activities should con- tact Mr. Grace Kurtz, President, at 235-4676.  Age Group: Retirement Age  ; Dates: Year-round Day & Time: Wednesday at l:O0 p.m. Location: City Hall Auditorium CHENEY PARKS AND RECREATION FALL PROGRAM PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT Registration information "IMPORTANT PLEASE READ" REGISTRATION INFORMATION This Winter advanced registration for "all" recreation classes will be held. Please bring this brochure with you to registration, with notations on the classes for which you wish to register, to help speed up the registration process. The total fee must be paid at the time of registration. Checks must be made'payable to the "City of Cheney." No mail-ln or phone registrations will be accepted. WALK-IN REGISTRATION Walk-ln registration will be accepted at the follow- ing times, dates, and locations: CITY HALL AUDITORIU - 609 2nd Street Thursday, December 30, I-8 p.m. PARKS AND RECREATION OFFICE - 312 C Street Monday - Wednesday, January 3, 4, 5 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.' Note: Minimum and maximum numbers of participants per class have been established to attempt to provide the People of Cheney with the best quality of activities possible. Therefore it is extremely important that you pre-register to insure your place in the class, and the success of the class. If classes are not filled, registrations will be accepted on the first day of the class. However, your place in the class cannot be guaranteed if you wa!t until this time to register. : ACTIVITY SCHEDULES All activities will begin Saturday, January 8 and during the week of January I0-14, unless otherwise statvd in the activity descriptions. REFUNDS No refunds will be granted after classes and activities have begun. The department encourages all participants to Sceduie" their activities carefully so tha no con- i! cri . .i. ,,   : ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 4 Further information may be obtained by calling the City of Cheney, Parks and Recreation Department at 235-6134, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday. through Friday. CLASS CANCELLATIONS The Cheney Parks and Recreation Department reserves the righ to cancell classes due to insufficient registrations or any other reason beyond its contrel. CITIZEN INPUT Recommendations for new program ideas and suggestions are always welcomed by the Parks and Recreation Depart- ment. If you have a skill that you can teach and are interested in making it a part of Cheney's Recreation Program, let us know about it. If you have arty sug- gestions on how your program can be iroved, we wel- Come your comments. City basketball BASKETBALL LEAGUE A City Basketball League will run this winter. Last day to add names to team rosters is January 17, 1977. For any questions please call Vesta Smith, Recreation Supervisor at the Parks and Recreation Office. Age: Adults 'j}, Dates: January 4, 1977 - March I0, 1977 "'" Day & Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.7. NO. of Weeks: Ten ;] Location: Fisher Junior High School A\\;.. Fee: $1OO.O0 per team /'i" \\;\ Grade school BB GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL PROGRAM - Class #1 The purpose of the Grade School Basketball Program is to familiarize the participants with the game of basket- ball, to teach them the basic fundamentals of basketball, and to make it an enjoyable experience. The partici- pants will be broken up into different groups according to grade and sex. Each participant will be on a team and will play one game a week and will go over basket- ball fundamentals. All participants will be required to bring their own gym clothes, towels, and tennis shoes. Only tennis shoes will be appropriate foot wear. Bus transportation will be provided to out-of-town School District #360 residents. Pick up schedules will be provided at registration Age: 4th, 5th, and 6th Grade Boys and Girls Beg. Date: January 8, 1977 Day & Time: Saturdays from g:o0 - ll:O0 a.m. and from ll:O0 - l:OO p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight -= Location: Cheney High School and EWSC Phase II Fee: $6.50 Instructor: Jerry Wilmot, Head Basketball Coach at Cheney Hiqh School Gymnastics BEGINNING AND INTERMEDIATE GYMNASTICS - Class #2 The fundamentals of gymnastics and tumbllng will be taught at all skill levels. Age: Grades 2 - 12 Dates: January II, 1977 - March 3, 1977 Day & Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC Phase II,. Gymnastics Room J, Fee: $12.00 permonth Ch Instructors: EWSC Varsity Gmmasts ADVANCEO GYMNASTICS - Class #3 The fundamentals of gymnastics and tumbling will be taught at all skill levels. ! Age: Grades 2 - 12 Dates: January 11, 1977 - March 3, 1977 Oay & Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC Phase I[, Gymnastics Room Fee: $12.00 per month Instructors: EWSC Varsity Gymnasts Performing Arts Belly dancing BEGINNING BELLY DANCING - Class #9 Tone up your body, lose Weight, and have fun too, while learning the ancient art of belly dancing. This class is an excellent aid in improving co- ordination and concentration. The instructor has many years of experience and is easy to learn from. Age: Teens - Adults Dates; January i0, 1977 - February 28, 1977 Day & Time: Mondays from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: City Hall Auditorium Fee: $I0.00 Instructor: Katina IN_.TTERMEDIATE BELLY DANCING - Class #I0 Keep those muscles toned and learn more belly dancing with this intermediate belly dancing class. It is Open to those who have completed a beginning belly dancing course. Age: Teens - Adults )ares: Jemuary 10, 1977 - February 29, 1977 Day & Time: Mondays from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: City Hall Auditorium Fee: $10.00 Instructor: Katina BEGINNING BALLET - Class #15 The beginning ballet dance movements and techniques will be taught for improving coordination, grace, and flexibility. Age: Grades l - 3 Dates: January 8, 1977 - February 26, 1977 Day & Time: Saturdays from lO:O0 - ll:O0 a.m. No. of Weeks: Eight  Location: EWSC Phase II, Dance Studio Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Lee Supprenant BEGINNING BALLET - Class #16 The beginning ballet dance movements and techniques will be taught, for improving coordination, grace, and flexibility. Age: Grades 4 - 6 Dates: January 8, 1977 - February 26, 1977 Day & Time: Saturdays from 9:00 - IO:OO a.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC Phase II, Dance Studio Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Lee Supprenant Tap dancing Beginning ballet - Class #17 This class will emphasize basic movement to music, rhythm, and interpretive dance for young children. It is a good introduction to ballet. ge: 3 Years Old - Pre-School ates: January 8, 1977 - February 26, 1977 ay & Time: Saturdays from ]l:O0 - ll:b a.m. ,o. of Weeks: Eight " . Location. EWSC Phase If, Dance Stuaio --.L.w_..,- ee: $5oo /,% 'nStructor: Lee Supprenant G BALLET- ADULT- Class #18 -'////:' "-i[//// or better coordination, grace, and flexibility, this s the class for you. Drop the kids off at gymnastics and come learn the basic movements in ballet: Age :Teens Adslg77- March 3 1977 Dates January f m 7 8 m aY &_Time: Thursdays ro :30 - :30 p.. L . of Weeks: Eight "ud Ocation. EWSC Phase II Dance S o lee: $soo ' cnstructor. Lee Supprenant TAP DANCING - Class #20 Tap dancing will be offered again this winter for beginners. Students should furnish their own tap shoes and wear leotards or shorts to class. ! i Arts and Crafts I I IIIIIII ttmNtIostItiIIiiitItoiIjI;i"ii"uttuummuRRNimmmNmW | BEGINNING NEEDLEWORK (Daytime) - Class #22 ADVANCED NEEDLEWORK - Class #24 MoLhers of school age children - here's the needle- You have the basic stitches but want to learn the work class for you! Learn the stitches, techniques, more difficult ones? The advanced needlework class pattern designs, and be home in time for the kids will teach you just thatC Learn how to make your own tool] Participants will work on individual projects patterns, how to copy patterns, and learn the more with group and individual instruction. The insturc- difficult stitches. The instructor is proficient in tor has worked with needlework classes and has given all of these and more, Take advantage of her skill many workshops and presentations. Age: Adults Dates: January 13, 1977 - February IO, 1977 ?ay & ime: Thursdays from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. So. of Weeks: Five Location: EWSC PUB Room 31J Cee: SIO.O0 and aterials Instructor: Jenny White BEGINNING NEEDLWURK {Evenings) - Class #23 at such a low fee: Age: Adults Dates: January 13, 1977 - February 3, 1977 Day & Time: Thursdays from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Four Location: EWSC PUB Room #31J Fee: $8.00 Instructor: Jenny White CREWEL EMBROIDERY - Class #25 If you've always wanted to learn how to embroider but This class is designed for those not available in the couldn't afford those expensive kits, here's your chance afternoons but want to learn the art of needlework, to learn, now This class in crewel embroidery will Learn the basic stitches and techniques, how to make instruct the beginner on basic stitches, pattern trans- your own designs, and how to copy and transfer. This fers, and pattern design. The instructor has taught is an excellent chance to learn all the basics of embroidery for years and has given many workshops. needlework at a reasonable cost. Age: Teens - Adults Dates: February IO, 1977 - March IO, 1977 Day & Time: Thursdays from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Five Location: EWSC PUB Room #31J Fee: $1O.O0 Age: Teens - Adults Dates: January 12, 1977 - March 2, 1977 Day & Time: Wednesdays from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC PUB Room #31J Fee: $15.00 Instructor: Jenny White | Instructor: Jenny White , i nmu""nun lOOlllltllllOllOllllllllllllUUOlllll.lllllllOmWO I I l nHHW#"# GYMNASTICS - FAMILY - Class #4 This is the family plan for those families who have two or more children participating in the gymnastics program. Special skill level and age groups will be organized to accommodate all members of the family at one time. Age: Family - two or more children from the same family Dates: January lO, 1977 - March 2, 1977 Day & Time: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC Phase II, Gymnastics Room Fee: $24.00 per month Instructors: EWSC Varsity Gymnasts GYMNASTICS - PRE-SCHOOL - Class #5 The fundamental skills of gymnastics and tumbling wlll be taught for pre-schoolers. Age: 4 - 6 Years Dates: January IO, 1977 - March 2, 1977 Day & Time: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC Phase II, Gymnastics Room Fee: $12.00 per month Instructors: EWSC Varsity Gymnasts Self-defense SELF-DEFENSE - Class #6 This class is designed to teach women how to defend them- selves against an attack. Learn how to protect yourself with a newspaper, pencil or pen, etc. Muggers Beware!: The instructor is a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Okazaki Jujitsu. Age: Teens - Adults Beg. Date: January 12, 1977 Day & Time: Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location:' Salnave Multipurpose Room Fee: $15.00 Instructor: J. Moynahan, 3rd Degree Black Belt in Okazaki Jujitsu Women's exercise WOMEN'S EXERCISE - Class #8 This class will emphasize exercise and dance for weight loss, muscle tone, and grace development. Have fun and do something good for your body too) Age: Adults Dates: January II, 1977 - March 3, 1977 Day & Time: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:35 - 7:35 p.m. No of Weeks: Eight Location: Fisher Junior High Gym . Fee: $5.00. Instructor: Lee Supprenant Skiing SKI PROGRAM - Class #7 This winter for the first time the Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a skiing program at 49 Degrees North Ski Area. Various packages are available as described below. In Registering for this program only the trans- portation fee will be paid to the Parks and Re- creation Department. This fee is $28.00 for six Saturdays of transportation. Buses will depart from the Parks and Recreation Department parking lot at 312 C Street (beside the Cheney Fire De- partment) at 7:00 a.m. and will return at 6:00 p.m. Commercial buses will be used. Ski Packages Available: #1 6 One and Half Hour Lessons 6 All Day Lift Tickets 6 All Day Rentals (Skis, Boots, and Poles) Cost: $72.00 #2 6 One and Half Hour Lessons 6 All Day Lift Tickets Cost: $42.00 e #3 6 All Day Lift Tickets Cost: $36.00 All costs are to be paid directly to the ski area on the first day, January 8, 1977, not to the Parks and Recreation Department. Age: Minimum Age - IO Years (Unless accompanied by an adult) Dates: January 8, 1977 - February 12, 1977 Day & Time: Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Six Location: 49 Degrees North Ski Area at Chewelah Fee: $28.00 - Transportation Only instructoms: 49 Degrees North Ski School Instructors Note: Pre-registration is mantory. Hunting, survival HUNTER'S SAFETY AND SURVIVAL WORKSHOP - Class #26 This course is designed to introduce the participant to the various aspects of safety and survival as it pertains to the hunter. Subjects will include cold injuries, navigation, shelters, signalling, hunter's clothing, survival kits, and cross-country travel. Other areas of interest to the hunter will also be given attention. A practical field experience will follow the completion of class time. Age: 12 - 17 Years Beg. Date: January II, 1977 Day & Time: Tuesdays from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Five Location: EWSC Phase I, Room #114 Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Rich Weidman HUNTER'S SAFETY AND SURVIVAL WORKSHOP - Class #27 This course is designed to introduce the partici- pant to the various aspects of safety and survival as it pertains to the hunter. Subjects will include cold injuries, navigation, shelters, signalling, hunter's clothing, survival kits, and cross-country travel. Other areas of interest to the hunter will also be given attention. A practical field experience will follow the completion of class time. TAP DANCING - Class #21 Tap dancing will be offered again this winter for beginners. Participants should furnish their own tap shoes and wear leotards or shorts to class. Age: 6 - 9 Years Dates: January 8, 1977 - February 26, 1977 Day & Time: Saturdays from 9:00 - IO:O0 a.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: Fisher Junior High Stage Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Kathy Oszman Ballroom dancing Ballroom Dancing - (Class #29, 30) Ballroom Dancing instruction will be given by pro- fessional instructors. The class will consist of instruction in the Samba, Swing Step, Fox Trot, Waltz, Rhua, and Discoteque Dances. Sign up with a partner and learn to enjoy dancing. Age: Teen - Adult Beg. Date: January 12, 1977 Day & Time: Beginners - Wed. 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. Intermediate - Wed. 8:30 - 9:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Six Location: Campus Elementary School Cafeteria Fee: $30.00 per couple Instructors: Dan and Bea Cheek Beginning jazz BEGINNING JAZZ - Class #19 The beginning movements in jazz for fun and exercise. Take the kids to gymnastics and have something new and fun to do yourself Age: Teens - Adults Dates: January II, 1977 - March l, 1977 Day & Time: Tuesdays from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: EWSC Phase If, Dance Studio Fee: $5.00 Instructor: Kathy Oszman I I This Page Courtesy of fgg m e R S m'l00g C H g IIT8 BgnK Branch I I I Guitar lessons BEGINNING CLASSIC AND FOLK GUITAR - Class #11 Learn how to play the guitar and read music too This class combines the styles of classic and folk guitar to give the beginner the basic fundamentals in each. The instructor was last year's Artist in Residence and performed in the Cheney area schools. Participants must have their own guitar. Age: 15 Years and Over DaLes" January II, 1977 - 'lar(:h I, Iq77 Day & Time: Tuesdays from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: City Hall Auditorium Stage Fee: $8.00 Instructor: Mike Wrinn, 1976 Artist in Residence BEGINNING FOLK GUITAR - Class #12 This class in folk guitar will teach the beginner basics in cording and strumming techniques. If you've always wanted to learn how to play guitar, now is your chance at a very economical rate. The instructor is one of the guitar leaders in the Inland Empire. Participants must have their own guitar. Learn the cords and strum along with Mike: Age: 15 Years and Over Dates: January Ii, 1977 - "larch i, 1977 Day & Time: Tuesdays from 8:15 - 9:15 p.m. No. of Weeks: Eight Location: City Hall Auditorium Stage Fee: $8.00 Instructor: .Mike Wrinn BEGINNING GUITAR - Class #13 This class is designed to teach young and pre-teens the basic techniques of cording and strumming. Stu- dents must provide their own guitar. Age: lO - 14 Years Dates: January 12, 1977 - March g, 1977 Day & Time: Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m..J No. of Weeks: Eight Location: City Hall Auditorium Stage Fee: $8.00 Instructor: Mike Wrinn INTERMEDIATE GUITAR - Class #14 Participants must know basic cords and have one years playing experience, This class will go into more com- plicated cord and picking patterns. Students must pro- vide their own guitar. Age: 15 Years and Over Dates.: January 12, 1977 - March 9, 1977 "Day & Time: Wednesdays from 8:15 - 9:15 p.m, No. of Weeks: Eight Location: City Hall Auditorium Stage Fee: $8,00 Instructor: Mike Wrinn