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Registration & Contact Information
How to Register
Program Registrations
Program Refunds
All program registrations are accepted
on a first-come, first-served basis or
until leagues are full in the following
ways:
Refunds are granted in full for any
program cancelled by the Metro
District. Credits or refunds requested by
the participant must be received at least
three working days prior to the program
start and are subject to a $15 processing
fee. Credits or refunds requested after a
program has started will be considered
on a case-by-case basis.
1. Online –
www.highlandsranch.org
2. Mail or in person –
3280 Redstone Park Circle,
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
3. Fax – 303-470-9516
Recreation Program
Sponsorships
Wait lists will apply once leagues are
full or after the registration deadline.
Great for your Community
Great for your Business!
Late fees – A $15 late fee will
apply after the registration
deadline.
Support a team, league, facility or
event. For details, please contact
Jill Nunes at 720-240-5933 or
[email protected]
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Program Contacts
Brenda Willcutt
Recreation Assistant: 720-240-5911 or
[email protected]
Learn to Skate & Learn to Play Hockey Programs
Programs are offered cooperatively between
the South Suburban Ice Arena, 6580 S. Vine
St. in Centennial and the Highlands Ranch
Metro District. 8 wks
$85
$85
$105
$105
9 wks
$95 $95
$117
$117
Skate rental not included.
Available classes are:
• Parent-Tot: parent & child skate together,
ages 3 to 4
• Pre 1-4 and Hockey Pre 1-3: ages 4 through 6
• Level 1-6, Hockey 1-3, Freestyle 1-4, Advanced Freestyle & Dance: ages 7 through 17
• Mighty Mites Hockey: ages 4-6
• Hockey 4-6: ages 7-17
Skiing and riding trips to Echo Mountain are back for another year of fun and adventure! We will offer three trips throughout the winter season. Each trip will depart from the Lone
Tree Recreation Center, 10249 Ridgegate Circle in Lone Tree at 8:30 a.m. and will return at
approximately 5:15 p.m. This program is open to all ages. People age 10 and under must be
accompanied by an adult. Winter ‘12
Open seven days a week beginning March 3
Punch cards, cage rentals and single rounds
are available.
For rates and hours, please visit
www.highlandsranch.org.
Working with Metro District
recreation programs will get you
into the great outdoors in a sports
environment. Each year the Metro District hires
individuals ages 18 and older for part-time,
temporary positions. If you are interested in
any of the following positions, please call the
Recreation Services staff at 303-791-2710. • Adult Softball Supervisor
• Batting Cage Attendants
• Officials
• Youth Baseball/Softball Supervisor
• Track & Field Coaches
For a class schedule and registration, please
visit www.highlandsranch.org.
Echo Mountain Park Ski/Snowboard Trips
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Batting Cages at Redstone Park
720-240-5940
How About a G reat J ob?
Jill Nunes
Recreation Supervisor: 720-240-5933 or
[email protected]
Amber Garrett
Recreation Coordinator: 720-240-5934 or
[email protected]
Fee:
Youth & Adult Classes
Parent-Tot Classes
Learn to Play Hockey
Mighty Mites
Batter Up!
Trip dates: February 20, March 2 and March 26
Available trip options:
Coming in the April Messenger
• Track & Field Program
• Youth Baseball/Softball Umpire
Training
• Golf Lessons
• Youth Kickball
• Rockies Skills Challenge
• Hershey Track & Field Meet
Bussing only - $30/trip • Bussing and lift ticket - $50/trip
• Adult Sports
Bussing, lift ticket and two-hour group lesson - $70/trip
*Lessons will only be offered on March 2.
• Gravity Challenge – BMX &
Skateboard Competition
Discounted daily rentals are available at select Breeze Ski & Snowboard locations.
• Nature Camp
Volunteer to chaperone and you’ll receive a free bus ride and lift ticket. Please contact Jill Nunes at
[email protected] if you are interested.
• Elitch Gardens Tickets
For full details and to register, please visit http://echomt.com/groups/parks-and-rec
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For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
Youth Sports
R E C R E AT I O N
Youth Sports
Youth Inline Hockey
Fee: Resident: $60 Non-resident: $69
Age*
Activity #
7-10 11-14 15-18 401701-1
401702-1
401703-1
*Age as of March 24, 2012
Registration Deadline: Sunday, March 4.
Season begins Monday, March 12.
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
An inline hockey league for youth ages seven to 18.
This is an eight-week league with one weekday
practice and Saturday games held in Highlands
Ranch and surrounding metro area rinks.
Boys’ Lacrosse - Spring Preseason Clinic
Ages 6 - 14
Boys’ Youth Lacrosse Leagues
Advanced, intermediate and beginner players are welcome for all age levels. Teams play in
the Colorado Youth Lacrosse Association (CYLA) and travel for away games against other
CYLA teams. All teams are scheduled for a minimum of eight games.
Required equipment: Lacrosse helmet,
shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, stick, and a
mouth guard. Rib pads and throat protectors are
optional but recommended.
Age*
Activity #
Under 8
401500 – 1
Under 9
401501 – 1
Under 10
401502 – 1
Under 11
401503 – 1
Under 12
401504 – 1
Under 13
401505 – 1
Under 14
401506 – 1
Under 15
401507 – 1
*Age as of August 31, 2012
All players must have a current year US Lacrosse
membership prior to practicing. Memberships
can be purchased for $25 at the US Lacrosse
website: www.lacrosse.org. Fee: Resident: $145 Non-resident: $167
Registration deadline: Sunday, February 19.
Season begins Monday, February, 27.
Youth Flag Football League – Spring
This is a recreational Saturday only league. Practices will be held Saturday, March 24 and
Saturday, March 31. Games will be held April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12.
Whether you are new or an experienced player, this
clinic will be a great opportunity. All participants will
need to have equipment including shoulder pads,
helmet, gloves, arm pads and a stick. Fee: Resident: $50 Non-resident: $58
Registration deadline: Friday, March 2
Activity #401509-A
Saturday, March 3
1 - 4 p.m. Stone Mountain Elementary
Spring Introductory Lacrosse Program
Ages 6 - 14
There’s no better way to learn the game and
proper use of a lacrosse stick than an introductory
lacrosse clinic for new players. This is a four-week
introductory program. Lacrosse sticks will be
provided.
Fee: Resident: $45 Non-resident: $52
Registration Deadline: Monday, April 2
Activity #401508-A
April 14, 21, 28 & May 5
10 - 11:30 a.m.
Marcy Park
Fee: Resident: $62 Non-resident: $72
Registration Deadline: Sunday, March 11
Activity #
Current Grade
Activity #
*4-5 year olds
Kindergarten
1st 2nd 3rd 401400-1
401401-1
401402-1
401403-1 401404-1
4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 401405-1
401406-1
401407-1
401408-1
401409-1
Winter ‘12
Current Grade
*Must be four years old by program start date
Pre-Season Spring Flag Football Camp
The camp, led by former NFL quarterback TJ Rubley, is recommended for all participants
of the Metro District youth flag football league as well as individuals interested in learning
more about flag football.
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 16
Activity #402400-A
Saturday, March 17 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Shea Stadium
For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
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Fee: Resident: $25 Non-resident: $29
Youth Sports
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Youth T-ball, Baseball & Girls’ Fastpitch Softball – Summer
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Ages 4 – 16 (Age as of July 31, 2012)
The Metro District’s t-ball, baseball and softball
programs are for recreation level play with a
focus on learning skills, game fundamentals,
rules, making friends, and having fun.
Wait lists will apply once leagues are full or
after the registration deadline. Late Fees – A $15 late fee will apply after
the registration deadline on Sunday, April 15.
Team rosters and player registrations will
be accepted Saturday, February 11 through
Sunday, April 1. Coaches must submit a team
roster form to the Metro District office prior to
players registering for their specific team. Individual registrations will be accepted
Saturday, February 11 through Sunday, April
15. Individual registration does not guarantee
placement with friends. We encourage
players to coordinate with neighbors or
schoolmates and submit a team roster to
ensure playing with friends. Note: Teams conducting tryouts or teams
playing in two or more tournaments during
the summer season will be disqualified from
playing in the Metro District’s leagues. Special Registration Day
Saturday, February 11
9 a.m. - noon
Metro District Parks, Recreation & Open
Space Service Center – 3280 Redstone
Park Circle, Highlands Ranch
1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Dick’s Sporting Goods at Park Meadows Special coupons available
Players will hear from coaches after Monday, May 7. Practices begin the week of May 14.
Games will begin Saturday, June 2.
Picture days are Saturday, June 9 or 16 at Redstone Park. The league fee does not include pictures.
Games and practices will not be scheduled on the following dates: May 26-28 & July 4. The regular season is scheduled to end no later than Saturday, August 4 depending on weather.
Please choose the appropriate division for your child. If you have questions about which is right for your
child, please call the Recreation Services staff at 303-791-2710. T-Ball
Age
Activity #
Type of Play
Description
Games
Resident
Non-resident
4
101100-1
T-Ball
Introduce your child to the basic fundamentals of baseball in a fun
learning environment.
8
$68
$78
5
101101-1
T-Ball
Emphasis is placed on development of basic skills and having fun.
8
$68
$78
6
101102-1
Modified T-Ball
Coaches will begin to pitch to players and use the tee as necessary.
Emphasis is placed on development of skills and rules.
8
$68
$78
6
101103-1
Modified Coach
Pitch
This league is for experienced players only. Prerequisite: Players
must have two years of T-ball experience to play in this league.
8
$68
$78
Baseball — League standings will be kept in all baseball leagues
Age
Activity #
Type of Play
Description
Games
Resident
Non-resident
7
101104-1
Coach Pitch
Beginner to intermediate players and teams. Emphasis is placed
on development of skills and rules.
9
$78
$90
7
101105-1
Coach Pitch
-Advanced
Advanced players and teams. Higher level of league play.
9
$78
$90
8
101106-1
Coach Pitch
Beginner to intermediate players. New or inexperienced teams.
Emphasis is placed on development of skills and rules.
10
$89
$102
8
101107-1
Modified Kid Pitch
Advanced players and teams. Players will have the opportunity to
pitch on a limited basis. Higher level of league play.
10
$89
$102
9
101108-1
Modified Kid Pitch
Beginner to intermediate players and teams. Players will have the
opportunity to pitch on a limited basis.
11
$107
$123
9
101109-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Experienced to advanced players and teams. Higher level of
league play.
11
$107
$123
10
101110-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Beginner to intermediate players. New or inexperienced teams.
11
$107
$123
10
101111-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Advanced players or teams. Higher level of league play.
11
$107
$123
11*
101112-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Beginner to intermediate players. New or inexperienced teams.
12
$118
$136
11*
101113-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Advanced players or teams. Higher level of league play.
12
$118
$136
12
101114-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Intermediate or Advanced players or teams. Higher level of
league play.
12
$118
$136
13/14
101115-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Intermediate or Advanced players or teams. Higher level of
league play.
13
$128
$147
15/16
101116-1
Kid Pitch Baseball
Recreational league with two practices per week for the first three
weeks. Games will be played Monday and/or Saturday evenings.
10
$105
$121
*Divisions may be combined if necessary
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Girls’ Fastpitch Softball — League standings will be kept in all softball leagues, except 5 & 6 year olds.
Age
Activity #
Type of Play
Description
Games
Resident
Non-resident
5/6
101200-1
Girls T-Ball
Introduce your child to the basic fundamentals in a fun learning
environment. This league is for girls only.
8
$68
$78
7
101201-1
Coach Pitch
Emphasis placed on development of skills and rules.
9
$78
$90
8
101202-1
Coach Pitch
Emphasis placed on development of skills and rules.
10
$89
$102
The 2012 Youth T-ball, Baseball, & Girls’
Fastpitch Softball is proudly sponsored by
Dick’s Sporting Goods.
9
101203-1
Modified Kid Pitch
Players will have the opportunity to pitch on a limited basis.
11
$107
$123
Save The Date
10
101204-1
Modified Kid Pitch
Players will have the opportunity to pitch on a limited basis.
11
$107
$123
11*
101205-1
Kid Pitch Softball
Intermediate or Advanced players or teams.
12
$118
$136
Highlands Ranch Metro District Shop Days
at Dick’s Sporting Goods
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12*
101206-1
Kid Pitch Softball
Intermediate or Advanced players or teams.
12
$118
$136
Saturday, May 5 & Sunday, May 6
13/14
101207-1
Kid Pitch Softball
Intermediate or Advanced players or teams.
13
$128
$147
Save big over the weekend on all your
baseball or softball needs and
throughout the store!
15/16
101208-1
Kid Pitch Softball
Recreational league with two practices per week for the first
three weeks. Games will be played Monday and/or Saturday
evenings.
10
$105
$121
*Divisions may be combined if necessary
For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
Youth Sports
Spring Skateboarding Lessons
Hitstreak Baseball & Softball Camps
The Metro District is proud to offer a series of youth baseball & softball
instructional camps through HitStreak Baseball & FastPitch Academy.
These camps are designed to teach the fundamentals of the game.
Location: HitStreak Academy – 9800 E. Easter Ave., Centennial
Fee: Resident: $99
Non-resident: $114
Registration deadline: Wednesday, February 15
Lessons will be held at the Redstone
Skate Park. Helmets are required.
Fee: Resident: $45 Non-resident: $52
Activity #301130-A
Baseball Monday, February 20
10 a.m. - Noon
Activity #301130-B
Softball
2 - 4 p.m.
Monday, February 20
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
President’s Day Hitting Camp - Ages 8 & Older
Local skateboarder and Metro District
Park Host Walt Wise is ready to teach the
basic skills of skateboarding. Lessons
will focus on safety, proper equipment,
and entry level tricks such as ollies,
grinds, and how to drop-in. Participants
must be able to ride and balance on a
skateboard. Registration Deadline: Friday, April 13
Spring Session: April 14, 21, 28, May 5
Spring Break Camps – Ages 8 & Older
Beginner Lessons – Activity #401801-A
Location: Redstone Park
Intermediate Lessons – Activity #401802-A 9:45 – 10:45 a.m.
Fee: Resident: $125 Non-resident: $144
Advanced Lessons – Activity #401803-A
8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
11 a.m. - noon
Registration deadline: Monday, March 19
Activity #401130-A
Baseball March 27-29
10 a.m. - Noon
Activity #401130-B
Softball March 27-29
10 a.m. - Noon
Pre-Season Camps – Ages 6 & Older
Upcoming Skateboard/BMX Events
• Gravity Challenge – coming in June
Location: Paintbrush Park
• Ruler of the Railzz – coming in September
Fee: Resident: $30
Watch for details in upcoming issues of the Messenger!
Non-resident: $35
Registration deadline: Monday, April 30
Activity #102130-A
Baseball Monday, May 7
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Activity #102130-B
Softball Wednesday, May 9
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Coaches Clinic – Baseball & Softball
Location: HitStreak Academy – 9800 E. Easter Ave., Centennial
Fee: Resident: $30
Non-resident: $35
Registration deadline: Monday, May 7
Activity #102130-C
Friday, May 11
6 - 8 p.m.
For more information, please contact Jill Nunes at 720-240-5933, or at
[email protected]
Activity #
Practices are held Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning Tuesday, May 8 from
6 to 7:30 p.m. This is a six-game season with Saturday games. The season
ends June 30 with playoffs and a championship game. The league fee
includes a jersey, socks, ball, shorts and field use. Cleats are recommended, however, they
must be soccer or rugby cleats with no front spike. 5 -7 co-ed touch
8-9 co-ed tackle
10-11 co-ed tackle
12-14 girls tackle
12-13 boys tackle
14-15 boys tackle
14-17 girls tackle
101305 - 1
101306 - 1
101307 - 1
101308 - 1
101309 - 1
101310 - 1
101311 - 1
Please visit www.ranchrugby.org for more information.
*Age as of May 8, 2012
Fee: Resident: $150 Non-resident: $155
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 4
For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
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Age*
Leagues are offered in cooperation with Ranch Rugby and teams play as a
part of the Touch/Tackle Rugby Youth (TRY) summer rugby program. Winter ‘12 Youth Rugby League – Ages 5 - 17
Adult Sports
Adult Sports
All spring adult leagues begin the week of Sunday, March 18.
More Adult Sports
Adult Softball Leagues - Spring
Register now!
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Registration deadline: Thursday, March 8 or until leagues are full.
Spring Fee: $380 per team — fee includes six games
$590 per team — fee includes 10 games
Spring League Schedule
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Men’s D-Open
Double Header
Men’s D-Open
Men’s D-Open
Men’s D-Comp
Men’s D-Open
Men’s D-Open
Mens’ D-Open
Mens’ D-Rec
Upper
Mens’ D-Rec
Mens’ D-Open
Mens’ D-Rec
Mens’ D-Rec
Upper
Men’s D-Rec
Mens’ D-Rec
Co-Ed Upper
Co-Ed Upper
Co-Ed D-Rec
Men’s D-Rec
Co-Ed D-Rec
Co-Ed D-Rec
Co-Ed D-Rec
WASA Co-Ed Adult Kickball League
The Western Alternative Sports
Association (WASA) brings the fun of
kickball to Highlands Ranch! Join the
thousands of adults around Denver
reliving their playground days. WASA
Kickball is fun, laid back and social. Team fees include an eight-week
outdoor season, customized team
t-shirts, equipment, great specials/
post game giveaways and a playoff
tournament.
Games will be played Thursday nights
beginning April 12.
Registration begins in late February at
www.wasasports.com.
Register Now
Registration deadlines:
Flag football and Soccer – Thursday, March 8 Volleyball – Thursday, April 5
Please visit www.highlandsranch.org for detailed
information.
League
Divisions
Day
Fee
Games
Flag Football
8v8
Men’s
Sunday
$600
Seven games + single
elimination tournament
Flag Football
5v5
Men’s
Co-Ed
Women
Sunday
$380
Six games + single
elimination tournament
Outdoor
Volleyball
4v4
Co-Ed
Sunday
$150
Six weeks (10 matches)
Soccer
6v6
Co-Ed
Men’s
Sunday
Sunday
$325
Six games + single
elimination tournament
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Fee: $660 per team
Free Agent Sign Up! What if I am an individual player without a team?
If you are interested in joining a team for a particular sport, please visit the Metro District’s league website
at www.quickscores.com/hrmd.
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Adult Sports
Adult Sports
Bocce Ball
Programs will be held at Paintbrush Park,
4901 Valleybrook Dr.
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Learn to Play
Ever wanted to learn Bocce ball or Horseshoes? Classes will teach rules
and how to play. This will be a great introduction before leagues begin.
Fee: Resident: $15 Non-resident: $17
Activity #404214-A
Wednesday, March 28
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Activity #104214-A
Wednesday, June 6
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Bocce Ball League
Bocce ball is a two-player league. Sign up as a team or individual. Single players will be matched with partners. League start time is 6 p.m.
Fee: $40 per person (6 weeks plus tournament)
Wednesday Mixed Leagues Spring league begins Wednesday, April 11
Activity #404216-A
Summer league begins Wednesday, June 20
Activity #104216-A
Youth Sports
Skyhawks Sports Camps
Winter ‘12 Skyhawks provides a wide variety of fun, safe and positive
programs that emphasize critical lessons in sports and life, such
as teamwork, respect and sportsmanship. Skyhawks programs
are designed to give each child a positive introduction into sports
while fostering a lifelong love for an active, healthy lifestyle. The
Skyhawks’ patient and knowledgeable staff use a variety of skillbuilding games and activities to give each athlete a complete
understanding and overview of the sport. Since 1979 Skyhawks
has taught more than one million boys and girls life lessons
through sports. The experienced and well-trained staff makes
Skyhawks what it is …the best athletic provider anywhere!
Registration is now open for summer sports camps!
For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
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Please visit www.highlandsranch.org for a complete list of
available camps. Youth Tennis
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Youth Tennis Programs
Choose your session and select the appropriate class.
Youth spring sessions are four weeks.
Class minimum: 4 Class maximum: 6
Spring
Session
Spring into Tennis – A Free Event
Join us to celebrate the new season at Lebsack Tennis Center.
Our celebration will be a great start to the tennis season with drills,
court play and the latest equipment. Enjoy court games,
competition, drills and a party.
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Session 1 March 12 – April 8 821910
Session 2 April 9 – May 6 821920
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SESSION CLASS LEVEL/TIME/DAY
Saturday, March 24
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9:30 am to Noon
New Rules
The rules of tennis have changed! For the first time ever the United
States Tennis Association (USTA) and in turn, USTA Colorado, have
formally adopted new rule changes for all 10 and under players. 10 and
Under Tennis helps kids get in the game and stay in the game. Courts
at Lebsack Tennis Center have all been adopted to accommodate 10
and under programs. At last, children’s tennis that’s just their size.
Early Youth
Look for more information on USTA Junior Team Tennis
and C.A.R.A Junior Team in the April Messenger.
(5 - 6 years old)
These are fun classes that will develop small children’s motor skills.
Classes are held on age appropriate courts.
Fee: Resident: $32 Non-resident: $37
Class AR Tuesday (Adv. Beginner)
5 – 5:30 p.m. Class BR Wednesday (Beginner)
5 – 5:30 p.m. Class CR Thursday (Adv. Beginner)
5 – 5:30 p.m. Class DR Saturday (Beginner) 8:30 – 9 a.m.
Class ER Saturday (Adv. Beginner)
9 – 9:30 a.m.
Youth
(7 – 11 years old)
Children will have fun while learning and developing basic tennis skills. Classes
are held on age appropriate courts.
Fee: Resident: $64 Non-resident: $74 Class FR Tuesday (Adv. Beginner) 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Class GR Wednesday ( Beginner)
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Class HR Thursday (Intermediate)
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Middle School
(12-14 years old)
Players will receive instruction on all tennis strokes. Class will include the serve
and some play.
Fee: Resident: $64 Non-resident: $74 Class IR Tuesday (Adv. Beginner/Intermediate) 4 – 5 p.m. Class JR Wednesday (Beginner)
4 – 5 p.m.
Junior Development Classes
These classes are designed as a match play class for the intermediate player and
above who has played the CARA or USTA junior leagues as a minimum.
Fee: Resident: $64 Non-resident: $74 Class VR
Monday (ages 10-12)
5 - 6 p.m.
Class WR
Monday (ages 13-18)
4 - 5 p.m.
For more program details visit our website at www.highlandsranch.org
Winter ‘12
Lebsack Tennis Center at Redstone Park
Lebsack Tennis Center at Redstone Park,
recognized by the United States Tennis Association
(USTA) as an Outstanding Public Tennis Facility,
offers eight lighted courts, a pro shop and a
complete range of tennis programs, clinics, lessons
and social events.
Lebsack Tennis Center is operated in cooperation
with Highlands Ranch Community Association
(HRCA) and their professional staff.
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Registration for lessons and leagues are
coordinated through the HRCA.
For league registrations, court reservations or
program information, please contact the Lebsack
Tennis Center Pro Shop at 303-791-2348 beginning
Monday, March 12. For court reservations prior to
March 12, please call 303-791-2710.
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Pro Shop Hours
March 12 – April 21
Private Lessons
Monday through Friday
Saturday
9 a.m. – Noon
3:30 – 7 p.m. 9 a.m. – Noon
Beginning April 22
Sunday
Noon – 3:30 p.m.
Court Fees:
Resident: $5 per hour Non-resident: $6 per hour
Ball Machine Rental Fees:
With a court reservation: $14 per hour
Without a court reservation: $10 per hour
Resident
Non-resident
Private Lessons
$58 per hour
$66 per hour
Semi-Private Lessons
$29 per hour/player
$33 per hour/player
Three and a Pro
$20 per hour/player
$23 per hour/player
Large Group (four plus players)
$16 per hour/player $18 per hour/player
Adult Tennis
Adult Tennis Programs
Choose your session and select the appropriate class.
Adult spring sessions last four weeks.
Class minimum: 4 Class maximum: 8
Spring
Session
DatesActivity #
March 12 – April 8
821910
Session 2 SAMPLE:
April 9 – May 6
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SESSION CLASS LEVEL/TIME/DAY
Welcome to Tennis ­– Adult Beginning Lessons
These lessons are for the brand new player or for someone who wants a
refresher after a long layoff. We will cover all strokes and scoring.
Fee: Resident: $64 Non–resident: $74
Class KR Tuesday (Beg) 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Class LR Tuesday (Adv. Beg) 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Class MR Wednesday (Beg) 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Class NR Monday (Adv. Beg) 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Class OR Saturday (Beg) 10 – 11 a.m.
Adult Tennis Drills Daytime
Adult Tennis Socials
Lebsack Tennis Center will host a variety of socials this summer. Look for details
in the April Messenger.
Fast paced adult drills designed for your skill level to get you in shape and
improve your game.
Fee: Resident: $96 Non-resident: $110
Class QR Wednesday 3.5/4.0 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Adult Tennis Drills Evening
Fast paced adult drills designed for your skill level to get you in shape and
improve your game.
Fee: Resident: $64 Non–resident: $74
Class SR Tuesday 3.5
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Class TR Thursday 2.5/3.0
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Session 1 USTA Adult Leagues
Lebsack Tennis Center offers all United States Tennis Association (USTA),
Intermountain Tennis Association (ITA) and Colorado Tennis Association (CTA)
leagues. All players who would like to participate in these leagues must
have a current USTA membership card and a National Tennis Rating Program
(NTRP) rating. If you need to update your USTA membership, please visit
www.usta.com. To add your name to those looking to join a team, please
call 303-791-2348.
League
CTA Trio
USTA Mixed
USTA Adult
USTA Super Senior 60+
CTA Women’s Daytime Doubles
Season Begins
March 31
April 22 April 30
May 9
May 22
Registration Deadline
March 16
March 16
March 16 April 13
April 27
For more program details visit our website at www.highlandsranch.org
REGISTRATION
Lebsack Tennis Center Program Registration
2. Complete a form and phone in
or fax your registration during
HRCA registration desk hours: Monday through Friday from 6
a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays and
Sundays from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Please have your Visa, MasterCard,
American Express or Discover Card
ready when you phone in your
registration.
Phone: 303-791-2500
Fax: 303-791-0657 (Northridge)
Fax: 720-348-8222 (Westridge)
Fax: 303-471-8905 (Eastridge) Fax: 303-471-7079 (Southridge) 3. Mail your registration
form to:
The Recreation Center at
Northridge Tennis Pavilion
8801 South Broadway,
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
Please visit www.hrcaonline.org for
registration and refund information.
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1. E-mail registrations will
be accepted. Registration
forms are available online at
www.hrcaonline.org. Classes
requiring waivers must be filled out
in person prior to the start of the
first class.
Winter ‘12
Class registrations are accepted by the Highlands Ranch Community Association (HRCA)
by phone or walk-in during normal business hours at Lebsack Tennis Center or at the Tennis Pavilion at the
Recreation Center at Northridge. Payment may be made by cash or checks made payable to HRCA.
Environmental Education
R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Nature Ed-Venture Programs
Unless otherwise noted, classes will be held at the Highlands Ranch Metro District Parks, Recreation & Open Space Service Center, 3280 Redstone
Park Circle. Class minimum: 5
The registration deadline is one week prior to the class start date.
Unless otherwise noted, all classes will have the following fee: Fee: Resident: $10 Non-resident: $12
Family Rate Programs (three or more) Resident: $6/person Non-resident: $7/person
Love Bites…Sometimes!
Ages 18 & Older
Bird Hike
All Ages/Families
Educate your mate in the month of love! Learn the
strange and unusual courting rituals of different
animals in Highlands Ranch. Refreshments will be
served!
Activity #305103-A Friday, February 24 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Join a Metro District Park Ranger on a one-mile
walk along the High Line Canal to the newlyrenovated Spring Gulch Pond. Find song birds and
raptors among the cottonwood trees, then scan
for waterfowl on the largest pond managed by
the Metro District. Binoculars are available or bring
your own.
Activity #305208-A Saturday, April 28 7:30 - 9:30 a.m.
High Line Canal Trailhead Parking Lot - 1/4 mile
west of Santa Fe Dr. on Carder Ct.
If you are registering as a family, please use activity
#305208-B
Full Moon Hike–Bats!
All Ages/Families
Hike by the light of the moon and learn about
these sometimes misunderstood mammals of
Highlands Ranch. We will enjoy a batty snack at
the end of our stroll.
Activity #305314-A Thursday, March 8
6 - 7:30 p.m.
Fly’n B Park
If you are registering as a family, please use activity
#305314-B
Luck o’ the Animals
All Ages/Families
Think the Irish have all the luck? Not so! Learn
which critters are considered to be lucky or a
good omen.
Activity #305301-A Saturday, March 17 6 - 7 p.m. If you are registering as a family, please use activity
#305301-B
Snowshoe/XC Ski Hike
Ages 10 and Older
Join a Park Ranger on a snowshoe or XC Ski hike
around Fly’n B Park. We will look for evidence of
animals in the area while getting some exercise!
If no snow, we’ll still stroll. You must provide your
own equipment.
Activity #305105-A Thursday, March 29 8:30 – 10 a.m. Fly’n B Park
Nesting Owls
All Ages/Families
Whooo’s nesting in that tree? Great-Horned Owls!
Learn about our resident owl and watch a nest
up close with a spotting scope. Binoculars are
available or bring your own.
Activity #305104-A
Saturday, April 21 11 a.m. – Noon
Sand Creek Park
If you are registering as a family, please use activity
#305104-B
Maps and Compass Treasure Hunt
Ages 8-12
Lewis and Clark were important explorers that
helped map the United States. Learn how to
read a map, orient yourself, and find various sites
using a map and compass just like these famous
explorers. Find hidden treasures on an exciting
scavenger hunt in the open space. All participants
will get to keep their found treasures as well as a
compass! An accompanying adult is required to
come along, partner with the child and learn.
Resident: $15 Non-resident: $17
Activity #305203-A Thursday, May 10 5 - 7 p.m.
Northridge Park
Busy as a Bee!
All Ages/Families
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It’s springtime, flowers are in bloom, and it’s
time to pollinate! See our primary pollinator, the
honeybee -- and learn the important role it plays
in our environment. In fact, one out of three bites
of food are because of the work of bees. Learn
about other pollinators too, some unlikely fellows
that plants attract. Leave knowing the waggle
dance and you too will know where the best
nectar is. Yum!
Activity #305107-A Thursday, April 19 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Fly’n B Park
If you are registering as a family, please use activity
#305107-B
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For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
This course includes a minimum
of 10 hours of classroom
instruction encompassing all
aspects of the Division of Wildlife
requirements. Students must
pass a written examination and
complete qualification shooting with a .22 caliber rifle. Class maximum: 40. Outdoor
Volunteer
Opportunities
Healthy Steps – Get Active, Live Healthy!
Range day will be held Thursday, March 29 from 6 until 9:30 p.m. at the
Colorado Parks and Wildlife office at 6060 Broadway.
To register for Healthy Steps, please call Brenda Willcutt at
720-240-5911 or [email protected]
Activity #405102-A
Fee:
For questions about the content of this class, please contact
Steve Blue at [email protected]
For registration information, please contact Amber Garrett at
[email protected] or 720-240-5934.
Monday, March 26 - Thursday, March 29
Registration deadline: Friday, March 23
Resident: $10 R E C R E A T I ON G U I D E
Classroom sessions will be held Monday through Wednesday
from 6 until 9 p.m.
The Metro District founded the Healthy
Steps program to get you on the trail to a
more active lifestyle. Register now and you
will receive a pedometer, log book, walking
suggestions, and a Highlands Ranch
Outdoors Map & Guide that shows all of the
great trails and parks where you can log your steps. You’ll also be
able to connect with other walkers through our optional walking
partner list, posted on our website.
Fee: $10
Outdoor Volunteer Opportunities
Hunter Safety/
Education Class
Recommended for Ages 10
& older
Non-resident: $12
Activity #505108-A Trash for Treasures
Trash for Treasures offers the opportunity
for groups and organizations to help keep
our special places clean. During this onehour event, a Metro District Park Ranger
will present a brief talk about environmental stewardship, the
reason trash is harmful to our natural areas, wildlife living in the
area and participant safety. Trash bags and disposable gloves will
be provided. After the clean-up, Metro District staff will provide
refreshments and a small treasure to all participants younger
than 10 years old. A prize will also be available to the participant
making the best effort during the clean-up.
This program may be scheduled Tuesday through Saturday. Your group can choose the day and open space area to clean. A minimum of two weeks is required to schedule your group. For more information or to schedule your group for a Trash for
Treasures event, please contact Brenda Willcutt at 720-240-5911 or
[email protected]
Winter ‘12
Park Host Volunteer
Opportunity
For more program details, visit www.highlandsranch.org.
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Get involved in your community and
become a Metro District Park Host. The Park Host program offers the opportunity to volunteer as an
ambassador in our community’s parks and along our trails. During
your walking or biking tours, you will have the opportunity to
interact with park and trail users, and to serve as the eyes and
ears for Metro District Park Rangers. For more information or an
application, please call Jill Nunes at 720-240-5933 or
[email protected]