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05/27/2015

Youth and Adult Programs

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Facilities at Paradise Hills

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West Annex

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After School Program

Pickleball

Parky's Pals

Home School Arts & Crafts

Home School P.E.

Adult Open Rec Basketball

Teen Open Rec Basketball

Ukulele Classes

Kids Night Out

Zumba

Senior Ceramics Class

Senior Book Club

Senior Tai Chi

We offer the following programs:

Youth Programs

  • Parky’s Pals
    Parky's Pals is a recreational program designed for four and five year old minds and bodies. Activities vary from music, painting, arts and crafts, to outdoor activities and field trips. Parky's Pal's typically runs from September-April. Free and reduced fees are available upon qualification; cost is $320 per year or $50 for four weeks, payable in advance. In addition, there is a $15 registration fee for all programs ($10 for each subsequent child). Note: updated shot records are required before children can be registered for the program.

Acknowledgement Form for Parky's Pals Program

  • After School (dinner)
    The after school program is on a first-come first-served basis and runs Monday-Friday. The fee is now $425 per child or $135 for nine weeks.

  • Summer Recreation 
    The summer program is seven weeks long and for ages 5-14. The hours are 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. for $280. The cost drops to $160 for the summer after the fourth week of the program.

  • Summer Lunch Program
  • ​Warrior Karate
    Warrior Karate teaches Kajukembo Karate.  Kajukembo is a mixture of Karate, Judo, JuitsuKempo, and Kung Fu.
    • Session: One 
      • Mondays and Wednesdays ​6:00pm-6:45pm
      • Ages: 4-7 years old 
    • Session: Two
      • Mondays and Wednesdays 6:45pm-8:45pm
      • Ages: 8 years old to Adult 
    • For cost and registration info contact Blane Warrior @ 505-480-7406 
       
  • Home-school PE
     
  • Open Gym Basketball
     
  • Swim Team

Adult Programs

  • Zumba
     
  • Lunchtime Open Gym Basketball
     
  • Pickleball
     
  • Ceramics

Senior Programs

  • Pickleball
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