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1 a n y t i m e, fr o m anywhere O N L I N E CLASS REGISTRATION CRgov.com/registration S T A F F ATHLETICS SUPERVISOR AND FIELD RESERVATIONS Scott Smeeton ATHLETICS SUPERVISOR, MILLER ACTIVITY COMPLEX Matt Gasser ATHLETICS SPECIALIST Rob Nevarez ATHLETICS SPECIALIST Junior Rodemeyer

2 SUMMER CAMPS GUIDE June 5-9 Strider Learn to Bike and Advanced Camps The simplicity of Strider bikes allows children to concentrate on the fundamental skills of balancing, leaning and steering while propelling the bike in a natural way. Strider bikes provide a safe, smooth and natural transition to a pedal bike. Bikes are provided, and helmets are recommended. Limited availability due to low-class ratio: five riders to one instructor. Fencing Camp All Skill Levels This camp is designed for participants of all skill levels. Campers will learn the history of fencing, footwork and blade work (parries and reposts). Coaches will provide level-appropriate instruction for all intermediate, progressive saber and advanced fencers. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a snack, water bottle and non-marking tennis shoes. All fencing equipment and a camp water bottle are provided in the class fee. Age Time Class # Fee Location Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 a.m. #26000 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :30-11:45 a.m. #26001 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 p.m. #26002 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Advanced Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26003 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Skyhawks: Lacrosse Camp Ages a.m.-noon Skyhawks.com $120 Butterfield Park Skyhawks: Mini Hawk Multi Sport Ages 4-7 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Skyhawks.com $120 Butterfield Park June Strider Advanced Ages :15 a.m. #26004 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :30-11:45 a.m. #26005 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 p.m. #26006 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26007 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Skyhawks: Soccer Camp Ages a.m.-noon Skyhawks.com $120 MAC Skyhawks: Soccer Camps with Swimming Ages a.m.-2 p.m. Skyhawks.com $130 MAC June Strider Advanced Ages :15 a.m. #26008 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :30-11:45 a.m. #26009 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 p.m. #26010 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26011 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Skyhawks: Flag Football Camp Ages a.m.-noon Skyhawks.com $120 PSM Park oudoor-turf field Fencing: Beginner Camp Ages a.m.-noon #28006 $150 (Both camps for $250) MAC Fencing: Star Wars Jedi Training Ages p.m. #28007 $150 (Both camps for $250) MAC Explore Archery Camp (no camp on Friday) June Ages :30 p.m. #27518 $45 resident/$60 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 a.m. #26012 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :30-11:45 a.m. #26013 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Advanced Ages :15 p.m. #26014 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26015 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Skyhawks: Mini Hawk Multi Sport Ages 4-7 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Skyhawks.com $120 Butterfield Park Jedi Training Camp Now is your child s time to join the Jedi ranks and become a hero! All participants will learn how to train their mind and body to become the greatest heroes of all time. Jedi trainees will learn how to wield a light-saber to fight off the evil Sith warriors and save the universe! At this camp, your child will wield the light-sabers in theatrical fighting, participate in strength and agility training, learn Jedi lore and history and put together a massive battle. Fencing discount: $250 for both camps. Must call to register over the phone and receive the discounted rate. Bring a lunch! 30 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK RECREATION GUIDE

3 Explore Archery Camp A versatile archery education program that is fun, rewarding, developmentally progressive and most importantly, safe. In the camps, students can earn the Five Achievement Awards through active participation. Archers will learn about range safety, the type of equipment they use, shot execution, shooting form and scoring. Throughout the week, fun games and activities will be played. All equipment is provided and participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Skyhawks Camps All camps will be held on the outdoor fields unless weather is unfavorable and then they will be moved inside the MAC or to a shelter at the fields. For more details about each individual camp please visit the Skyhawks website at skyhawks.com. July 3-7 Skyhawks: Multi Sport Camp (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday) July Age Time Class # Fee Location Ages a.m.-noon Skyhawks.com $96 Butterfield Park Soccer Buddies Drop Off Summer Camp Ages a.m.-noon Colorado soccer buddies.com Soccer Buddies Drop Off Skills Clinic Ages a.m.-noon Coloradosoccerbuddies. com $35 per day or $150 per week MAC $35 per day or $150 per week MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 p.m. #26016 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26017 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Explore Archery Camp (no camp on Fridays) Ages :30 p.m. #27519 $45 resident/$60 nonresident MAC Skyhawks: Mini Hawk Multi Sport Ages 4-7 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Skyhawks.com $120 Founders Park July Skyhawks: Cheerleading Camp Ages a.m.-noon Skyhawks.com $120 PSM Park outdoor turf field Skyhawks: Cheerleading Camp with Swimming Ages a.m.-2 p.m. Skyhawks.com $130 MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 a.m. #26018 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Advanced Ages Ages :30-11:45 a.m. #26019 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 p.m. #26020 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Advanced Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26021 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC July Strider Learn to Bike Ages :15 p.m. #26022 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Strider Advanced Ages Ages 2-6 2:30-3:45 p.m. #26023 $30 resident/$40 nonresident MAC Soccer Buddies Drop Off Summer Camp Ages a.m.-noon Colorado soccer buddies.com Soccer Buddies Drop Off Skills Clinic Ages a.m.-noon Colorado soccer buddies.com $35 per day or $150 per week MAC $35 per day or $150 per week MAC Skyhawks: Mini Hawk Multi Sport Ages 4-7 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Skyhawks.com $120 Butterfield Park SPRING SUMMER

4 YOUTH ACTIVITIES AND CLINICS BEGINNER ARCHERY Get introduced to the wonderful sport of target archery. USA Archery certified instructors will teach students using the National Training System as they learn to shoot Olympic style recurve bows. Ages: 7-17 Fee: $45 ($60 nonresident) Location: MAC Class # Date Day/time April 1-29 Saturday, 1-2 p.m May 6-27 Saturday, 1-2 p.m June 17-July 8 Saturday, 1-2 p.m July 15-Aug. 5 Saturday, 1-2 p.m Sept Saturday, 1-2 p.m. INTERMEDIATE ARCHERY Designed for the archer who has already completed the beginner training, this class will take a deeper dive into the National Training System. Archers will improve their arrow groups and have fun as they take skills to the next level. Ages: 7-17 Fee: $45 ($60 nonresident) Location: MAC Class # Date Day/time April 1-29 Saturday, noon-1 p.m May 6-27 Saturday, noon-1 p.m June 17-July 8 Saturday, noon-1 p.m July 15-Aug. 5 Saturday, noon-1 p.m Sept Saturday, noon-1 p.m. ADVANCED ARCHERY TEAM Learn all about competitive target shooting in this advanced archery class focused on improving accuracy and preparing for competition. Members of this team will learn advanced shooting techniques, mental management, nutrition, tournament prep and archery-specific physical conditioning. This program is intended to be an ongoing program for archers looking to push their skills to the next level. Coach approval required after successful completion of Intermediate Archery. Ages: 7-17 Fee: $55 ($70 nonresident) Location: MAC Class # Date Day/time April 4-29 Saturday, 2-3 p.m Sept Saturday, 2-3 p.m. FENCING Participants are introduced to this history of fencing, weapons, target areas and fencing technique. This unique sport teaches competition, respect and self-discipline in a safe and fun environment. All necessary equipment provided. Ages: 7+ Fee: $120 ($132 nonresident) Location: MAC Class # Date Day/time Level April 26-June 14 Tuesday, 6-7 p.m. Beginner Fencing April 26-June 14 Tuesday, 6-7 p.m. Progressive Fencing June 21-Aug. 16 Tuesday, 6-7 p.m. Beginner Fencing June 21-Aug. 16 Tuesday, 6-7 p.m. Progressive Fencing 32 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK RECREATION GUIDE

5 SOCCER BUDDIES Soccer Buddies goes beyond just teaching kids soccer skills. Coaches use soccer as a tool to instill confidence, perseverence and teamwork values that will help your child thrive in any situation. Each class is age-appropriate and provides fun learning opportunities. For registration and additional class information visit coloradosoccerbuddies.com. Ask about a free trial for first time participants - call ! Fee: 12-week session is $188 We run soccer classes year round - join at any time! Location: MAC Koalas: 15 months - 3 years (Parent/Child) Wednesday 5:30 p.m. Friday 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Bears: 3-4 years Wednesday 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Friday 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Polar Bears: 4-6 years Wednesday 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. Friday 9:30 and 11:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Polar Bears: 7-12 years Wednesday 6:30 p.m. Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Class times and prices subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, go to coloradosoccerbuddies.com. SPRING SUMMER

6 TENNIS Once again the Town of Castle Rock will be offering high-quality tennis programs and lessons for youth and adults. Programs include private and group lessons for all abilities, men s and women s leagues for all levels, drop-in-drills, tournaments and special events. Programs are held at Bison Park and Douglas County High School. SUPERTOTS SPORTS ACADEMY SuperTots Sports Academy is a child physical development program that uses a variety of fun games to delight and engage kids in physical and mental learning through various sports. The curriculum is professionally designed to develop motor skills, promote physical fitness, create self-confidence and prepare young children for sports. It stresses a non-competitive environment and promotes fun above all else. All programs include a size-appropriate shirt and a merit award. All programs are four sessions, $49. Classes generally start at the beginning of each month. Please visit supertotsports.com/colorado for the most up-to-date class list and to register today! Location: MAC SoccerTots: Level Koalas (2 to 3 years) Cubs (3 to 4 years) Pandas (4 to 5 years) BaseballTots Level Bunters (2 to 3 years) Batters (3 to 4 years) Hitters (4 to 5 years) Tots Sampler Level Otters (2 to 3 years) Walrus (3 to 4 years) Day/time Tuesday, 9-9:45 a.m. Tuesday, 10-10:45 a.m. Tuesday, 11-11:45 a.m. Day/time Wednesday, 9-9:45 a.m. Wednesday, 10-10:45 a.m. Wednesday, 11-11:45 a.m. Day/time Thursday, 9-9:45 a.m. Thursday, 10-10:45 a.m. To find details and registration information, log onto douglascountytennis.com. If you have questions or need guidance contact Director of Tennis Ben Wolfe at or call AND UNDER QUICKSTART PROGRAMS (AGES 4-10) Using the QuickStart Tennis play format, this program takes a new and better approach to introducing kids to the game. Balls are lower in compression so move slower and are easier to hit. This provides processing time and better develops optimal swing patterns. Racquets are sized for small hands, and the courts are smaller and easier to cover leading to tons of fun without frustration. Camps (four-day sessions) and classes (four-week sessions) are available. COLORADO JUNIOR TEAM TENNIS (AGES 8-18) Director of Tennis, Ben Wolfe will be conducting practices for players of all abilities. Players will be able to practice hard and improve their tennis game in an energetic, fast-paced setting. A great opportunity for young players to get practice playing matches as they compete against local towns and clubs. Over 30 hours of tennis. CAMPS AND CLASSES (AGES 11-16) Classes are for players with little or no formal tennis instruction. Players will learn the fundamentals of tennis in a fun and energetic environment. HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATION CAMPS These four-day camps are designed to prepare current or future high school players for high school tennis success. All strokes are covered, as well as singles and doubles strategies, practice methods/techniques and off court training designed to help players make the varsity team. TENNIS LESSONS Private and group lessons are the perfect way to rapidly improve your game! Times are arranged with the pro, and cost is set on a per player basis. 34 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK RECREATION GUIDE

7 YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS How are teams formed? Scholastic grade (at time of registration) Skill evaluations (performed at the third- and fourth-grade level) School/neighborhood Can my child play up? Not in pre-k through second grade Occasionally, play ups are permitted (third grade and up) if a player displays exceptional skills or development How do I volunteer to coach? Contact the coordinator of your program to be placed on the coaches list Attend a coaches meeting Attend the Responsible Sports Coaching class and field training Pass the background check What equipment is provided? League shirts for all sports Baseball provides a league shirt and hat PARENT MEETINGS Informational pre-season parent meetings are required for those new to a specific sport and anyone during an evaluation year. All parents are welcome and encouraged to attend all meetings for detailed program and/or team information and to make special requests. During these meetings, philosophy and expectations of the program are discussed, as well as information regarding practice and game scheduling. Any special requests can be made at the parent meetings or through teamsideline.com/castlerock. Please note, the Front Desk staff at the Recreation Center and MAC do not take requests. Visit teamsideline.com/castlerock for team information. YOUTH COACHES MEETINGS Informational meetings in which practice and game schedules are distributed and rules are discussed. Coaches are required to attend preseason meetings and complete concussion training certification, coach agreements and a background check. YOUTH COACHES TRAINING Castle Rock Parks and Recreation Department prides themselves in offering in-house coach trainings and clinics, often through partnership with local highs schools utilizing their head and/or assistant coaches. Departmental staff members are also utilized to provide additional guidance and training. SPRING SUMMER

8 YOUTH COED T-BALL (AGES 4-5) T-Ball is designed to introduce fundamental baseball skills to the youngest of players. Players will learn how to bat from a hitting tee and throw and catch in a fun, non-competitive environment. Players must provide their own glove. Teams practice one time per week, with one game per week. 4-year-old league players must turn 4 by June 1, 2017; 5-year-old league players must turn 5 by Oct. 1, Registration: March 20-May 21 Fee: $65 ($80 nonresident) Location: Bison and Rhyolite Regional Parks Dates: June 5-July 27 Class # Age Practice Game years old years old Monday, 5:30 or 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, 5:30 or 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, 5:30 or 6:30 p.m. Thursday, 5:30 or 6:30 p.m. YOUTH COED COACH PITCH BASEBALL (KINDERGARTEN-1ST GRADES) Grades based on school year. Practice day and time is determined by coach availability. Registration: March 1-May 10 Fee: $75 ($90 nonresident) Location: Founders or Butterfield parks Dates: May 15-July 1 Class # Grade Practices Games K Thursday or Friday Saturday, 9 a.m-2 p.m st Thursday or Friday Saturday, 9 a.m-2 p.m. NEW! MACHINE PITCH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL (2ND AND 3RD GRADES) This is an action-packed league designed to improve the hitter s eye and increase action on the field. Level is based on grade during school year. Practices are for one hour, two times per week (one on field, one in batting cage with machine). Games are mainly held on Wednesday with the possibility of an occasional Saturday game. Registration: Feb 25-April 30 (baseball); April 1-May 2 (softball) Fee: $85 ($100 nonresident) Location: Practices local Town parks; Games Metzler Park Dates: May 15-July 19 Class # Grade Sport nd Baseball rd Baseball nd Softball rd Softball YOUTH COMPETITIVE FALL BASEBALL LEAGUE (AGES 7-14) Teams will play a minimum of nine games during the season. Each team will be responsible for uniforms, balls and equipment. Individual registrations are not taken for this program, only full team registration is available. Practice fields will be provided for local Castle Rock teams only (one or two practice days per week), and practice schedules are determined by the coach. A mandatory coach meeting will be held prior to the start of the season (specific date TBA). Registration begins on June 14; registration deadline is Aug. 10 or when league is full. Location: Fee: Dates: Metzler Ranch fields $900 per team Aug. 13-Oct. 8 or 15 (no games Labor Day weekend) Class # Game day/time Ages Sunday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 7-8 years Sunday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m years Sunday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m years Sunday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m years GIRLS SOFTBALL (4TH-8TH GRADES) Grades based on school year for 4th-6th graders; school year for 7th and 8th grades. Practice day and time is determined by volunteer coach. Registration: April 1-May 2 Fee: $100 ($120 nonresident) Location: Practices and home games at Town parks on Saturdays Dates: May 9-July 30 (7th and 8th grade leagues may go longer) Class # Grades Practices Games th-5th One or two evenings per week Saturday th One or two evenings per week Saturday th-8th One or two evenings per week Saturday YOUTH COED SUMMER BASKETBALL 3-ON-3 LEAGUE (4TH-7TH GRADES) One team captain/coach should register a team of 4-5 players. At least two games per week. Grades based on school year. Registration: May 22-June 25 Fee: $100/team ($125 nonresident) Location: Recreation Center Dates: July 6-Aug. 1 Class # Ages Game day/time th and 5th grade Tuesday/Thursday, 1-3 p.m th and 7th grade Tuesday/Thursday, 1-3 p.m. 36 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK RECREATION GUIDE

9 LITTLE DRIBBLERS BASKETBALL (KINDERGARTEN) Boys and girls learn the fundamentals of basketball in a fun and noncompetitive atmosphere. Players meet just once a week over the course of the season. Fee includes a T-shirt. Grade based on school year. Registration: Aug. 28-Oct. 17 Fee: $40 ($55 nonresident) Location: Castle Rock Recreation Center Class # Date Day/time Oct. 19-Nov. 9 Thursday, 5-6 p.m Oct. 17-Nov. 7 Tuesday, 6-7 p.m. YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE, WINTER I SESSION (1ST-3RD GRADES) A team T-shirt and shorts are included in the registration fee. Teams will practice once per week for one hour at the Recreation Center and/or at a local elementary school. Practice day and times are determined by team coach. Games are held on Saturday at the Recreation Center. Minimum seven game season. Grades based on the school year. Registration: Aug. 1-Sept. 24 Fee: $100 ($115 nonresident) Location: Recreation Center Season dates: Oct. 9-Dec. 9 Class # Level st grade boys and girls nd grade boys nd grade girls rd grade girls METRO STATE YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMP Metro State University staff and players will conduct this five-day camp to provide children with quality teaching while creating a positive learning environment. Price includes camp T-shirt. Class # Date Time Fee Location June a.m.-noon $160 individual ($120/additional sibling) Recreation Center SPRING SUMMER

10 LITTLE TYKES SOCCER In this youth soccer league, players are placed onto teams of eight and each team has a designated practice day and game day. Schedule and park locations are indicated during online registration. Registration: June 5-July 23 Fee: $65 Times/location: 5:30-6:30 p.m. (Bison Park), 5:45-6:45 p.m. (Founders Park) and Saturday 9-10 a.m. (Bison and Founders parks) Season dates: Aug. 7-Oct. 7 COED YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL (1ST-6TH GRADES) Grades based on school year. Each player may play all positions. Teams practice one to two times per week. Practice schedules are determined by coach. Games are held on Saturday and/or Thursday at Metzler Ranch Park. Registration: June 5-July 23 Fee: $85 ($100 nonresident) Location: Metzler Ranch Park Season dates: Aug. 14-Oct. 14 Class # Grade st nd rd th th th NEW! COED LACROSSE New league designed to introduce players to the fundamentals of lacrosse beginners are welcome! Level is based on grade during school year. Kindergarten through first graders will have a 30-minute practice followed by a 15-minute break and 30-minute game on Saturday mornings. Second through third graders will have a one-hour practice on Wednesday, with games on Saturday. Equipment not included in price. Class # Age group (date of birth) Practice day/game day U4 (Aug. 1, 2013-July 31, 2014) Monday/Wednesday U4 (Aug. 1, 2013-July 31, 2014) Thursday/Saturday U5 (Aug. 1, 2012-July 31, 2013) Tuesday/Thursday U5 (Aug. 1, 2012-July 31, 2013) Wednesday/Saturday U6 (Aug. 1, 2011-July 31, 2012) Monday/Wednesday U6 (Aug. 1, 2011-July 31, 2012) Tuesday/Thursday COUGAR TRACK CLUB Great introduction to the fundamentals of running, jumping and throwing for younger ages; older children s experience will simulate that of a USATF club team. Must turn appropriate age before June 1. Meets held on four Saturday mornings, schedule TBA, and practices are held on Tuesday and Thursday. Registration opens April 1. Fee: $85 ($100 nonresident) Location: Morning sessions at Mesa Middle School track; evening sessions and meets at Douglas County High School track. Dates: June 5-July 27 Class # Age Day/time years Tuesday/Thursday, 5:30-6:30 p.m years Tuesday/Thursday, 6:45-7:45p.m years Tuesday/Thursday, 9-10 a.m years Tuesday/Thursday, 10:15-11:15 a.m. Registration: May 1-May 30 Fee: $85 ($100 nonresident) Location: Butterfield Park Dates: June 5-Aug. 11 Class # Grade Practice day Game day K-1st Saturday Saturday (games to follow practice) nd-3rd Wednesday Saturday 38 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK RECREATION GUIDE

11 COED LITTLE SPIKES VOLLEYBALL (1ST-2ND GRADES) Division is based on grade during the school year. Basic rules on volleyball, passing and underhand serving will be the primary focus in this age-appropriate league. Setting and digging will also be introduced. Participants need to be dressed in athletic attire and court shoes, and knee pads are recommended. Registration: June 1-Aug. 2 Fee: $50 ($65 nonresident) Location: Recreation Center Dates: Aug. 9-Sept. 6 Class # Grade Day/time st Wednesday, 5-6 p.m nd Wednesday, 6-7 p.m. YOUTH COED FALL VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE (3RD - 6TH GRADES) Division is based on grade during the school year. Practice days and times are determined by the volunteer coach; all games are held on Saturday. Registration: June 1-July 21 Location: Castle Rock Middle School, Castle Rock Recreation Center, or Mesa Middle School Dates: July 31-Oct. 14 Class # Level Practices Fee: rd grade boys and girls th grade boys and girls th grade boys and girls th grade boys and girls One per week Monday-Friday, 6-9 p.m. One per week Monday-Friday, 6-9 p.m. Two per week Monday-Friday, 6-9 p.m. Two per week Monday-Friday, 6-9 p.m. $90 ($110 nonresident) $90 ($110 nonresident) $105 ($120 nonresident) $105 ($120 nonresident) SPRING SUMMER

12 ADULT SPORTS (Ages 18+) Season & Division Date Day Time Fee per team Reg. Soccer 6v6 at the MAC Summer Women s 4v4 Recreational Summer Women s 4v4 Competitive Summer Men s Comp Summer Men s Rec Summer Coed Rec Division B Summer Coed Rec Division C Summer Coed Comp Fall Women s 4v4 Recreational Fall Women s 4v4 Competitive 40 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK RECREATION GUIDE opens Contact June 26-Sept. 15 Sunday 3 p.m. $350 resident/$375 nonresident June 1 June 26-Sept. 15 Sunday 3 p.m. $350 resident/$375 nonresident June 1 June 26-Sept. 15 Monday/Flex Friday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident June 1 June 26-Sept. 15 Monday/Flex Sunday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident June 1 June 26-Sept. 15 Wednesday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident June 1 June 26-Sept. 15 Wednesday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident June 1 June 26-Sept. 15 Friday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident June 1 Sept. 18-Dec. 10 Sunday 3 p.m. $350 resident/$375 nonresident Aug. 15 June 26-Sept. 15 Sunday 3 p.m. $350 resident/$375 nonresident Aug. 15 Fall Men s Comp Sept. 18-Dec. 10 Monday/Flex Friday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident Aug. 15 Fall Men s Rec Sept. 18-Dec. 10 Monday/Flex Sunday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident Aug. 15 Fall Coed Rec Division B Fall Coed Rec Division C Sept. 18-Dec. 10 Wednesday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident Aug. 15 Sept. 18-Dec. 10 Wednesday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident Aug. 15 Fall Coed Comp Sept. 18-Dec. 10 Friday 6 or 7 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident Aug. 15 Outdoor Soccer 8v8 at PSM Summer Coed Comp Summer Coed Recreational Adult Football Arena Summer Men s Open 5v5 Arena Summer Coed Open 6v6 Outdoor Fall Men s 5v5 Softball at Metzler Park May 21-July 23 Sunday 3 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident April. 15 May 21-July 23 Sunday 3 p.m. $520 resident/$545 nonresident April 15 May 23- Aug. 5 Thursday 7 p.m. $450 resident/ $475 nonresident April 15 May 23- Aug. 5 Tuesday 7 p.m. $450 resident/ $475 nonresident April 15 Aug. 13 Oct. 19 Thursday 6:30 p.m. $450 resident/ $475 nonresident July 1 Men s Aug. 14-Oct. 16 Monday 6:15, 7:15 or 8:15 p.m. Coed Aug. 18-Oct. 20 Friday 6:15, 7:15 or 8:15 p.m. Coed Volleyball Adult Coed Volleyball - B Adult Coed Volleyball - BB Sept. 11-Nov. 20 Monday 6, 7, 8, or 9 p.m. Sept. 11-Nov. 20 Monday 6, 7, 8, or 9 p.m. $550/team ($600 nonresident) July 8 $550/team ($600 nonresident) July 8 $300/team ($350 nonresident) Aug. 1 $300/team ($350 nonresident) Aug. 1

13 ADULT SPORTS (Ages 18+) REGISTERING FOR ADULT LEAGUES All adult league participants should register through teamsideline.com/castlerock. Schedules, upcoming season information and league specific details can all be found through Castle Rock s Team Sideline. All participants must be 18 years of age or older prior to the start of the season. Teams and players may only play at one level of competitiveness in a given sport. This is important for keeping a balance among teams and having our programs remain fun for everyone participating. ADULT LEAGUE TEAM FEES To qualify as a resident team, at least half of the players must be Castle Rock residents. (Resident discounts are not available for leagues held at the MAC). A minimum of $100 must be paid at registration to secure a spot. Remainder of league fees must be paid no later than the date communicated by staff. If the balance of league fee is not paid by this time, your team s position from the league may be forfeited TENNIS Adult tennis leagues are offered through Douglas County Tennis. Meet new players, improve your game and get a weekly workout. Leagues are divided by NTRP levels ( ). Leagues are evenings, weekdays or weekends. Learn more about leagues and schedules at douglascountytennis.com. Register with a team or contact Ben Wolfe to be placed on a team, SPRING SUMMER

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