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Activities Guide Fall 2022 FREE PRE-K COUNTS PROGRAMS Pg. 7 Teaming with Our Community LANCASTER BEER GARDENS Pg. 4 / NEW PROGRAM: TODDLER TWIRL TIME Pg. 10 / POOCHES IN THE POOL Pg. 12

Contents pg. 5 SPECIAL PROGRAMS Conestoga Pines Pool Pooches in the Pool Lancaster Beer Gardens Happy Harvest pg. 12 pg. 12 pg. 12 pg. 12 pg. 6 pg. 6 pg. 7 ADULT SPORTS Coed Softball League Free Agent List Park Workouts pg. 13 pg. 13 pg. 13 ADULT FITNESS Tai Chi 18 Tai Chi 50 Yoga in the Park pg. 14 pg. 14 pg. 14 SENIOR RECREATION Lancaster Rec Senior Center Weekly Activities Senior Orchestra Tai Chi for Arthritis Medicare Presentation pg. 15 pg. 16 pg. 16 pg. 16 pg. 16 FACILITY RENTALS pg. 17 INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY pg. 18 JOIN OUR TEAM pg. 3 LANCASTER BEER GARDENS pg. 4 EXTRAGIVE pg. 4 LANCASTER REC FOUNDATION CHILD CARE Before and After School Care How to Register for Child Care Programs Early Childhood Education Programs YOUTH SPORTS Swim Lessons NFL Flag Football League Jr. Tornado Swim Team Tennis Lessons Fall Running Club Fall Tennis Fest Girls Basketball Clinic Iddy Biddy Soccer Little Hoopers Jr. NBA Youth Basketball Volleyball Clinic Dance With Me Toddler Twirl Time Dance Classes Intro to Dance pg. 8 pg. 8 pg. 8 pg. 8 pg. 9 pg. 9 pg. 9 pg. 9 pg. 9 pg. 10 pg. 10 pg. 10 pg. 10 pg. 11 pg. 11 8 6 4 YOUTH SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM pg. 18 REGISTRATION INFORMATION 12 pg. 19 13 16 ATTENTION: Coronavirus Update from Lancaster Rec In response to the presence of COVID-19 in central Pennsylvania, Lancaster Rec may need to postpone or cancel specific programs or events. Please check our website for the most up to date information. Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 525 Fairview Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603-5715 / 717-392-2115 / 717-392-8489 fax Se habla español 717-392-2115 x0, 126, or 138 Stay Connected: facebook.com/LancasterRec twitter.com/LancasterRec @lancaster rec A Public Community Recreation Agency formed through a Partnership Agreement of the City of Lancaster / School District of Lancaster / Lancaster Township The Activities Guide is published by the Lancaster Recreation Commission in the months of January, April & August. 2 / Register at LancasterRec.org

LANCASTER REC IS NOW HIRING – JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY! A career in parks and recreation offers diverse job opportunities - throughout Lancaster County and across the United States. Recreation programs enhance the quality of life of our community residents – it’s good work and a great way to give back! If you have a passion for helping people, having fun and bettering your community, we encourage you to think about a career in recreation. Check out our current job openings at www.LancasterRec.org/contact/careers. TOP 10 REASONS TO WORK IN RECREATION 1. Make an Impact in Your Community There’s no doubt, a career in recreation provides an immediate impact you can see in your community. The work is important and you can be proud these programs improve the quality of life for your neighbors and friends. 2. Help Provide Essential Community Services So many programs provide essential services to residents - our employees make a difference in the lives of the individuals we serve. Programs like our childcare offerings are vital - as they keep our local economy going so working parents have reliable care. Lancaster can’t work without our team! 3. Growing Career Paths In the growing field of childcare and education, we offer an opportunity for team members as young as 15 years old to start a future career. Working in recreation services is a great way to start a successful career working with people. 4. Great Benefits and Professional Development At Lancaster Rec, many of our part-time positions offer benefits like health care and paid time off. We encourage professional development and offer paid trainings and certifications. In addition, Lancaster Rec staff receive free access to recreation programs, like our swimming pool or youth sports and athletics programs. 5. A Commitment and Mission of Social Equity Recreation is for EVERYONE - and as part of our mission at Lancaster Rec, we believe in giving equal opportunities to everyone who walks through our doors. Our dedication to bringing high quality and affordable programs to make our community equitable, resilient, strong and healthy fuels our team to work together and accomplish great things. 6. Enjoy Recreation, Time Outdoors and Active Work Parks and Recreation careers allow staff members to enjoy time outdoors and take part in recreation activities. You may play basketball or bingo. Your job may take you to the swimming pool or the playground and recreation work will keep you young at heart! 7. Opportunity to Influence Youth in Lancaster At Lancaster Rec, you have the opportunity to positively influence the youth in our programs and be a role model to help them find their futures. 8. Advancing Environmental Efforts Recreation programming brings people to parks which can positively impact their relationship and understanding of our environment. With our community partnerships with environmental agencies supporting this work, we can positively support our local and global environment. 9. Promoting Health and Wellness in Your Neighborhoods We strive to bring recreation to everybody - our community members of all ages and abilities can join in and find healthy ways to connect in their community with our programs. 10. Have Fun! Last, but certainly not least - our jobs are FUN! We remind our community of the joy that can be found in play. Playing with friends in the park, playing bridge at our senior center, playing tag at summer camp, playing kickball. We create fun and make memories - come join us! Fall 2022 Activities Guide / 3

LANCASTER BEER GARDENS Lancaster Rec presents Lancaster Beer Gardens, a traveling pop-up beer garden in three Lancaster City parks - Musser, Buchanan and Reservoir, to raise money for the Lancaster Rec Foundation and the City of Lancaster Department of Public Works. Lancaster Beer Gardens return to the parks September 7 through September 25. Partnering with Tellus360 and the City of Lancaster, Lancaster Beer Gardens offers beverages to park goers in a fenced in area. Admission is free and Lancaster Beer Gardens are open to the public. Tellus360 offers beer, wine, cider and nonalcoholic beverages. Food vendors will be onsite offering a variety of food available for purchase. Proceeds raised will fund recreation programming, youth scholarships and green infrastructure improvements in local parks. Sponsorships are available for the September Lancaster Beer Gardens events. For more information, please visit: www.LancasterRec.org/beergardens. Thank You to our generous sponsors for your support! Growler Sponsors Stein Sponsor Bottle Sponsor COUNTING DOWN: THE EXTRAORDINARY GIVE IS ONLY THREE MONTHS AWAY! Help us provide quality and affordable recreation and learning opportunities to Lancaster residents by giving generously during Lancaster’s largest giving day, Friday, November 18. DID YOU KNOW? Each year, more than 8,600 children participate in Lancaster Rec programing. Lancaster Rec awards more than 50,000 in youth sports scholarships annually to more than 1,600 families. We coordinate more than 80,000 free meals to children in the Lancaster community. We provide summer playground and wading pool programs to more than 3,500 Lancaster children, free of charge. We serve 7,550 meals and provide 4,461 rides to Lancaster senior citizens each year. On Friday, November 18, visit www.LancasterRec.org/extragive and make a donation to support recreation! 4 / Register at LancasterRec.org

MAKE A DONATION TO SUPPORT RECREATION Announcing our new Monthly Giving Program Supporting the Lancaster Rec Foundation through our monthly giving program is not only convenient; it also makes a bigger impact in our community. Your monthly pledge will sustain our scholarship program and support Lancaster Rec programs on a consistent basis, providing children, families and seniors with the valuable resources they need all year long, not just once a year. Donors take pride in knowing their monthly support adds up to a greater influence in the lives of Lancaster’s next generation and gives residents more opportunities to play! Please complete the form below and mail to: Lancaster Rec, 525 Fairview Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603. To donate online, please visit: www.LancasterRec.org/ support/donationsandsponsorships. WHAT IMPACT DOES MY MONTHLY DONATION HAVE? 5/month provides a new book to a child who is learning how to read. 10/month provides our senior center interactive programming such as painting classes, music classes and exercise programs. 25/month provides one youth sports scholarship. This keeps youth off the streets and provides benefits such as leadership, discipline, critical thinking and working together as a team. 50/month provides funding for a free family event. Open Streets Lancaster, Fall Family Fun Fest and our Holiday Gift Giveaway create small beautiful moments and lifelong memories for Lancaster residents. For inquiries around the Lancaster Rec Foundation, please email AJ Eckman at aeckman@LancasterRec.org. ----------------------My Gift Today: Check enclosed (please make check payable to Lancaster Recreation Commission) Please charge my Credit Card (please select one): One-time payment amount Monthly pledge (this selection authorizes a monthly sustaining payment until further notice) Amount per month Start date: Credit Card # Visa MasterCard Discover Expiration Date / CCV Code: Signature: Printed Name: Home Address: Email Address: Phone Number: Yes, I would like to receive your e-newsletter Fall 2022 Activities Guide / 5

BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE In-School Care for Kindergarten through 5th Grade Registration continues throughout the school year or until full. Space is limited! 50 registration fee due at time of registration. ( 10 for each additional child) Limited spaces available - register early! Call 717-392-2115 to register or for more information. Prices are available online at chool-programs/. Lancaster Rec Before and After School Care Programs provide state-certified child care, at School District of Lancaster Elementary Schools (except for King Elementary and Carter & MacRae), for children whose parents are working or are in training. Our Before and After School Program staff plans and conducts activities and lessons to support each child’s development and learning. The goals of our activity-based curriculum are to help children meet state standards in academic areas, reinforce classroom learning, improve social and communication skills and become more physically active. Lancaster Rec Before and After School Care Programs provide state-certified child care. We participate in the state Keystone STARS quality child care initiative. All of our Before and After School Programs have attained the STAR 4 level, the highest rating from Keystone STARS. WE ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLING AT THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: Martin Elementary Price Elementary (held at Lancaster Rec Center) Ross Elementary Smith-Wade-El Elementary Washington Elementary Wharton Elementary Wickersham Elementary WE ARE WAITLISTING AT THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: Burrowes Elementary Fulton Elementary Hamilton Elementary Lafayette Elementary Subsidized funding is handled by Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC). Call 717-393-4004 for details. HOW TO REGISTER FOR CHILD CARE PROGRAMS Registration for Before and After School Care and Child Care Programs is only accepted in person at the Lancaster Recreation Commission office or the Lancaster Rec Child Development Center at McCaskey High School. No phone registrations are accepted. An annual non-refundable registration fee of 50 (plus 10 for each additional child from the same family) is due at the time of registration at the beginning of every new school year. Children are not permitted to attend Before and After School Care or Child Care Programs until all registration items have been turned in. A complete registration consists of the following: Completed and signed Child Care Agreement Completed and signed Attendance Contract Completed and signed Health Appraisal Form (Physical) and Immunization (Shot) Records Physicals and Shot Records less than three months old are required for infants ages 6 weeks - 1 year; less then six months old for young toddlers ages 1 - 2 years. Physicals and Shot Records less than one year old are required for 2 - 3 year olds, Preschool - K5 and Grade 5. Children in Grades 1 through 4 are required to turn in Physicals and Shot Records (may be more than one year old). Copies of any Custody/PFA Court documents, if applicable Copies of child’s IEP or IFSP, if applicable Completed and signed Child Care Center Meal Benefit Income Eligibility Form, for children ages 5 and under 6 / Register at LancasterRec.org

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMS Our goal is to provide quality, affordable and reliable childcare. Lancaster Rec Early Childhood Education has attained the STAR 4 level in the state Keystone STARS quality child care initiative, the highest rating for a child care program. For more information, please contact Don Yeager, Director of Early Childhood Education, at 717-392-2115 x136 or dyeager@LancasterRec.org. Lancaster Rec Child Development Center at McCaskey High School Ages Weekly Rates Infants (6 weeks – 12 months) 235 Younger Toddler (13 months – 24 months) 220 Older Toddler (25 months – 36 months) 205 Preschool (37 months – K5) 185 Before Wrap-Around Care 63.75 After Wrap-Around Care 73.75 Before & After Wrap-Around Care 137.50 Pre-K Counts at Lancaster Rec Ages 3-5 Open Year-Round / Monday-Friday / 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. We offer state-licensed, quality child care for infants (6 weeks and older), toddlers and preschool-age children, serving teen parents, School District of Lancaster staff and the community at-large. OUR PROGRAM INCLUDES: Breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack (Parents must provide diapers and enough bottles/cups for each feeding per day.) For more information, to request a tour or to enroll your child, please contact Don Yeager, Director of Early Childhood Education, at 717-392-2115 x136 or dyeager@LancasterRec.org. We offer Full-Day Pre-K at McCaskey (for children who will enter SDoL elementary schools) Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. We offer Pre-K Counts for age 3-5 at McCaskey Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. with wrap-around care provided from 7:30-8 a.m. and 3-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday / 8 a.m.-3 p.m. / Wrap-Around Care provided from 6:30-8 a.m. and 3-5:30 p.m. We operate FREE state-sponsored Pre-K Counts classrooms, working collaboratively with the School District of Lancaster, at the Lancaster Rec Center. Enrollment is based on a child’s needs and the family’s income. Pre-K Counts prepares your children for kindergarten by exposing them to school routines including classroom structure and expectations. In our Pre-K Counts program, children have plenty of play time while developing their fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Children are provided with a daily breakfast and lunch. OUR PROGRAM INCLUDES: Creative curriculum and weekly lesson plans based on Early Childhood State Standards A daily schedule to let you know when your child eats breakfast, lunch and snack, and participates in physical activity, small-group learning and self-directed centers Fall 2022 Activities Guide / 7

SWIM LESSONS NFL FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE Ages 3-12 (Age as of 9/1/2022) Ages 6-12 (Age as of 9/1/2022) Children will learn this essential life skill while having fun. Lessons are taught by the McCaskey High School Swim Coach. Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 13 - 29 Be a part of our popular flag football league! Practice 1-2 nights a week depending on age group, with games on Saturdays. Coaches will notify players of practice days/times. JP McCaskey High School Pool Week of September 5 - October Ages Level Description Times 3-7 Beginner Child cannot swim on own, does not swim underwater alone and cannot swim length of pool unassisted *Parent must be in water with child 4-4:30 p.m. 5-10 Intermediate Child can float on back unassisted and can "doggy paddle" unassisted 4:30-5 p.m. 8-12 Experienced Child can swim length of pool unassisted and can float on back unassisted 5-5:30 p.m. Swimmers will be evaluated on first day to place them in the appropriate level Only ONE adult may attend per child 59 ( 73.75/non-resident) regular fee 29.50 with scholarship Lancaster City and/or Township Parks and/or School District of Lancaster fields Divisions Ages Division 1 6-8 Division 2 9-12 95 ( 118.75/non-resident) regular fee 47.50 with scholarship Register July 18 - August 19 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. JR. TORNADO SWIM TEAM Register July 18 - August 19 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. TENNIS LESSONS Ages 6-17 (Age as of 9/1/2022) A fun introduction to a sport that you can play for a lifetime. Learn the basics from experienced instructors. Saturdays, September 24 - October 29 Buchanan Park Tennis Courts Ages Time Little Aces (6-9) 10-11 a.m. Super Servers (10-17) 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Levels may be combined if necessary Grades 4-8 Jr. Tornado Swim Team is an exciting opportunity for youth interested in competitive swimming! Swimmers will learn all four strokes through a stroke drill sequence program. Swimmers will work on starts, turns, race strategy and short drill-focused sets. Must be able to swim front crawl (freestyle) one length of the pool unassisted (25 meters) to register. Team members will receive a swim cap and swim towel. Days Dates Times Mondays & Wednesdays September 19 October 26 6-7:15 p.m. Saturdays (Inter-Team Meets) October 22 & 29 TBD (mornings) JP McCaskey High School Pool 55 ( 68.75/non-resident) regular fee 27.50 with scholarship 75 ( 93.75/non-resident) regular fee 37.50 with scholarship Register August 1 - September 16 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. Register August 8 - September 9 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. Programs will follow a sport specific health and safety plan and may be modified, postponed or cancelled due to federal, state or local restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic or at the discretion of Lancaster Rec Administration. Program registration maximums may be reduced due to COVID-19 guidelines, facilities or volunteer limitations. 8 / Register at LancasterRec.org

FALL RUNNING CLUB FALL TENNIS FEST Join the club and learn the fundamentals of distance running. Athletes will challenge themselves physically and mentally all while having fun. Enjoy a sport that needs no special equipment - just sneakers and a smile! Bring your family and friends and learn to play TENNIS! This FREE one-day event is open to all Lancaster youth and families! There will be tennis activities for all ages and abilities. Tennis Central will provide the racquets, balls, snacks, prizes and fun! Ages 8-12 Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 13 - October 13 6-7:30 p.m. Buchanan Park (meet at pavillion) 49 ( 61.25/non-resident) regular fee 24.50 with scholarship Register August 8 - September 6 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. GIRLS BASKETBALL CLINIC Grades 3-6 Learn the fundamentals of basketball in a fun clinic format. Tuesdays, September 20 - October 25 All Ages For more information, contact Delaine Mast at dmast4@aol.com. Tuesday, September 27 (Rain Date: Wednesday, September 28) 5-6:30 p.m. McCaskey High School Tennis Courts FREE Register August 8 - September 20 at www.LancasterRec.org. IDDY BIDDY SOCCER Ages 3-5 6-7:30 p.m. School District of Lancaster Gym 25 Register August 8 - September 12 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. Sports for your little ones! This program helps your child learn motor skills necessary to play soccer while working one-on-one and spending quality time with their parent or guardian. Thursdays, November 10 - December 8 (Tuesday the week of Thanksgiving) 5-6 p.m. LITTLE HOOPERS Lancaster Rec Center Gym Grades K-2 Practices are held on Wednesdays at Price Elementary School gym. Games are held on Saturdays at the Lancaster Rec Center the last 3 weeks of the session. October 12 - November 19 Level Grades Time Level 1 K-1 6:30-7:30 p.m. Level 2 1-2 7:30-8:30 p.m. 39 ( 44.75/non-resident) regular fee 19.50 with scholarship LIMITED OPENINGS - REGISTER EARLY! Register August 22 - October 28 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. *Players will be evaluated and placed at the appropriate level, by skill, after the first week. 65 ( 81.25/non-resident) regular fee/session 32.50 with scholarship/session Register August 22 - September 30 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. Programs will follow a sport specific health and safety plan and may be modified, postponed or cancelled due to federal, state or local restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic or at the discretion of Lancaster Rec Administration. Program registration maximums may be reduced due to COVID-19 guidelines, facilities or volunteer limitations. Fall 2022 Activities Guide / 9

JR. NBA YOUTH BASKETBALL VOLLEYBALL CLINIC Individual player registration only. Practices begin in November. Games are on Saturdays at School District of Lancaster gyms, December through January/February. Learn the fundamentals of volleyball in a fun clinic format with the Franklin & Marshall College coach. Grades 3-6 Boys Divisions Grades Girls Divisions Grades Division 1 3-4 Division 1 3-4 Division 2 5-6 Division 2 5-6 Grades 3-6 Wednesdays, January 25 - March 1 6-7:30 p.m. School District of Lancaster Gym 25 Register November 7 - January 13 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. *Divisions may be combined if necessary. 95 ( 118.75/non-resident) regular fee 47.50 with scholarship Register September 12 - October 14 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. **NEW TODDLER DANCE PROGRAMS** DANCE WITH ME Ages 1-3 A great way to bond with your little one! Parents or caregivers participate actively in the class as children learn basic dance movements and terminology through songs, stories, and play. This creative movement class will build their self-confidence and motor skills while experiencing how their body can move. Session Day Time Dates Session 1 Mondays 11:00-11:30 a.m. October 17 - November 21 Session 2 Thursdays 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. October 13 - November 17 69 ( 86.25/non-resident) regular fee/session 34.50 with scholarship/session Register now - September 30 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. TODDLER TWIRL TIME Ages 2-4 Children will learn basic dance movements and enjoy music while engaging in songs, stories and play. This movement class will enhance their motor skills, help them learn and be an introduction to a creative arts style program. Parents or caregiver must be present but will not be actively engaged unless necessary. Session Day Time Dates Session 1 Mondays 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. October 17 - November 21 Session 2 Thursdays 11:00-11:30 a.m. October 13 - November 17 69 ( 86.25/non-resident) regular fee/session 34.50 with scholarship/session Register now - September 30 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www. LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. Programs will follow a sport specific health and safety plan and may be modified, postponed or cancelled due to federal, state or local restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic or at the discretion of Lancaster Rec Administration. Program registration maximums may be reduced due to COVID-19 guidelines, facilities or volunteer limitations. 10 / Register at LancasterRec.org

DANCE CLASSES (Classes determined by ages as of September 1, 2022) Classes begin the week of September 5 through June 2023 at the Lancaster Rec Center. Dance in the end-of-the-year recital! Instructors: Miss Chloe Spleen and Miss Nyasia Vasquez REGISTER NOW - AUGUST 26 OR UNTIL FULL. Monday Classes* Thursday Classes Ages Time Class Ages Time Class 4-6 5-6 p.m. Little Dancers** 12-18 4:15-5 p.m. Senior Ballet 12-18 6-7 p.m. Senior Jazz 12-18 7-8 p.m. Senior Contemporary Ages Time Class 12-18 8-9 p.m. Senior Hip Hop 4-6 5-5:45 p.m. Little Dancers** 12-18 5:45-6:30 p.m. Senior Tap Tuesday Classes Friday Classes Ages Time Class 7-11 6:30-7:15 p.m. Junior Hip Hop 7-11 4:15-5 p.m. Junior Ballet 7-11 7:15-8:00 p.m. Junior Contemporary Wednesday Classes Saturday Classes Ages Time Class 4-6 4:15-5 p.m. Little Dancers** 7-11 5-5:45 p.m. Junior Jazz 7-11 5:45-6:30 p.m. Junior Lyrical 12-18 6:30-7:15 p.m. Senior Lyrical *Monday classes are 15 minutes longer to build in time missed for the multiple Monday holidays/closures throughout the program. All other classes are held for 40 minutes. Please be on time. **Little Dancers is a multi-style class and will learn both tap and ballet. Ages Time Class 4-6 9:45-10:30 a.m. Little Dancers** 4-6 10:30-11:15 a.m. Little Dancers** 7-11 11:15 a.m.-12 p.m. Junior Ballet 7-11 12-12:45 p.m. Junior Tap 35/class/month ( 43.75/non-resident/month) regular fee 26.25/class/month w/scholarship (multi-class discount available towards regular fee) Fundraiser available for costume fees. First month’s class fee due upon registration. Must come to the Lancaster Rec Center by August 26 to register or UNTIL FULL. INTRO TO DANCE Ages 4-14 Looking to try dance but unsure about committing to a full season and recital? These recreational classes introduce the basic steps of multiple dance styles including ballet, jazz and hip hop. Participants do not participate in recital or require costumes/additional fees but will showcase their new skills in the last class “Show Off-Send Off”. All sessions are from 4:15-4:45 p.m. on weekdays and 9-9:30 a.m. on Saturdays at the Lancaster Rec Center. Session Ages Session 1 4-7 Day Dates Session Ages Day Dates Mondays Sept. 12 - Oct. 24 Session 4 7-10 Mondays (no class October 10) Session 2 10-14 Fridays Sept. 16 - Oct. 21 Nov. 7 - Dec. 19 (no class November 28) Session 5 4-7 Fridays Nov. 4 - Dec. 16 (no class November 25) Session 3 7-10 Saturdays Sept. 17 - Oct. 22 Session 6 10-14 Saturdays Nov. 5 - Dec. 17 (no class November 26) 69 ( 86.25/non-resident) regular fee/session 34.50 with scholarship/session Register now - one week before start date at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. Fall 2022 Activities Guide / 11

CONESTOGA PINES POOL POOCHES IN THE POOL Wrap up summer with outdoor swimming fun! In addition to the fenced-in main pool and baby pool, we have a playground, a basketball court and plenty of grassy area to play. Join us for a day of fun at the pool with your pooch! Bring a leash, collar and proof of rabies vaccination. Pooches must be spayed or neutered and handlers must be at least 16 years old. Open Daily: Now - August 21 Additional Weekends: August 27-28 and Labor Day (September 3-5) Hours: 12-6 p.m. Conestoga Pines Pool 200 Arthur E. Morris Parkway, Lancaster LANCASTER BEER GARDENS HAPPY HARVEST PRESENTED BY LANCASTER REC Coming back this fall! Lancaster Beer Gardens will transform Lancaster parks into beautiful beer gardens to enjoy with family and friends. For more information, visit www.LancasterRec.org/beergardens. Saturday, September 10 / 11 a.m.-2 p.m. (Rain Date: Sunday, September 11) FREE Register August 1 - September 7 or UNTIL FULL at ConestogaPinesPool.as.me/pooches. Fall into FUN! Join us for games, music and more! We will have a blazing campfire to keep you warm and roast marshmallows for s’mores! New this year - pumpkin chucking and food trucks! Rain or shine - we will still have fun! Friday, November 4 / 5-8 p.m. Conestoga Pines Barn 200 Arthur E. Morris Parkway, Lancaster FREE 12 / Register at LancasterRec.org

COED SOFTBALL LEAGUE Ages 16 Join us in our 8-game fall coed softball season, with no playoffs. Games are played at Conlin Field, School District of Lancaster fields, Lancaster County Central Park and Lancaster Community Park. Begins the week of August 29 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday game days 6:15, 7:30, 8:45 p.m. game times 250*/team ( 312.50*/non-resident) *plus umpire fees & softballs **CAPTAIN'S MEETING** Tuesday, August 16 6 p.m. Lancaster Rec Lower Level Register June 6 - August 5 at the Lancaster Rec Center (Monday - Friday / 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) or online at www.LancasterRec.org UNTIL FULL. FREE AGENT LIST New to the area? Looking to join an adult sports team? Free Agents are players that would like to participate in a sport but don’t have enough players to form their own team. The program helps locate others who would like to form a team or those who need a few extra players. Register for the Free Agent List online at www.LancasterRec.org. Free Agent Sign-Up: Your contact information may be provided to teams that request it. Joining doesn’t guarantee placement on a team. Fees are determined and vary by team. To ensure information is cu

Lancaster residents by giving generously during Lancaster's largest giving day, Friday, November 18. DID YOU KNOW? Each year, more than 8,600 children participate in Lancaster Rec programing. Lancaster Rec awards more than 50,000 in youth sports scholarships annually to more than 1,600 families.

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