Please contact them directly for more information.
Physical Education Health Recreation Leisure
Aquadome Recreation Center
1202 5th Avenue, SW
Carrie Matthews Recreation Center
902 6th Street, NW
Fort Decatur Recreation Center
610 4th Avenue, SE
TC Almon Recreation Center
2900-C Point Mallard Circle, SE
Archery – Concentrated course covering basics, and suitable for those who have never shot an arrow, or those with some previous experience. Class covers: Eye Dominance, Archery Safety Rules, Warm-Up Exercises, Archery Tackle Sized to Archer (all equipment supplied), Proper Shooting Techniques, Basic Steps, Grouping & Consistency, Scoring.
Water Coloring – This class is designed to teach some of the fundamental techniques of water color including the basics of drawing, landscapes, still life and abstracts. Water coloring allows your child to express their creativity and talent.
Kids Fit – A fun class designed to get kids excited about being active. We focus on learning, success and fun. They run, jump, throw, catch balls, enjoy jumping jacks, pushups, and learn about fitness and health. But most of all they have fun learning and exercising. Games and relays are combined with an introduction to basic exercise techniques. We will help all participants try new activities such as obstacle courses, parachute games, volleyball, and hip-hop dancing. Adult family members are also encouraged to join in on certain games.
Safe Sitter – Our organization provides this vital program to help provide safe and secure care for young children today while empowering young adolescents to become tomorrow’s citizens and parents. The safe sitter will learn how a child’s age affects how to care for them, how to prevent problem behavior and how to rescue a choking infant or child.
Sports Fit – Sports Fit will help your child gain fitness and sports skills while improving confidence and self-esteem. A great overview of various sports and fundamental skills will be learned. Teamwork and good sportsmanship are stressed. Specific sport activities will vary by each class. This session is designed to ignite a passion for sports. Children will improve their kicking, running, jumping, and throwing skills. Introduction to various sports will include T-ball, hockey, basketball, soccer, tug-of-war, Frisbees and relay races. Individual instruction, organized drills and fun games will be included.
HOFNOD – Hooked on Fishing Not on Drugs. This program uses fishing, tackle, knot tying, casting, use of bait, and safety to address: Positive alternatives to drug use, motivation, communication, building self-esteem, responsibility, positive role models, the ability to overcome peer pressure, good problem-solving strategies, decision-making skills, and improved family interaction. Just because a youngster fishes does not guarantee that he or she will remain drug-free. However, children who possess the aforementioned life skills and can communicate with their parents are less likely to turn to drugs.
Home School Series
I have just learned that the Thursday session is full. We have decided to go ahead and open up a Wednesday session that will begin the same week in October and run at the same time period.
Private Lessons are taught on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays. Group Classes times and days are determined based on registration.
♦ Ballet/Tap ♦ Musical Theatre ♦ Music, Movement, & Make Believe
♫ Piano ♫ Guitar ♫ Violin ♫ Voice ♫ Drums & Percussion
North Shelby Baptist Church
4100 Belcher Drive
Birmingham, AL 35242
Located on Highway 280 on top of Double Oak Mountain
Contact : Susane H. Parsons
205-365-7476 or email@example.com
Bowling on Tuesdays from 1:00 - 3:00
Ages - ALL AGES!!!!!
28 week program
High School Credit for PE
$17.00 Sanction fee (one time fee) - includes t-shirt
$8.00 weekly, per child - this includes 3 games of bowling and shoe rental
Discounts at the concession stand and in the pro-shop
Three divisions, grouped by age:
Bumpers: Ages 4 - 7
Division I: Ages 8 - 10
Division II: Ages 11 and up
Bowlers will receive achievement awards, patches, trophies and recognition for accomplishments throughout the season.
This is a wonderful opportunity for socializing for the children and parents!!!!
If you are interested in joining the league, please call Jessica at 552-4774 or email Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dba/ Sips n Strokes®
YOUNG MASTER VISUAL ARTS CLASSES
HOME SCHOOLED STUDENTS
Sips N Strokes® Pelham Location
381 Huntley Parkway
Pelham, Alabama 35124
Classes: Each Wednesday (unless otherwise noted)
$170 a semester for grades 3K- 6th supplies included
$175 a semester for grades 7th – 12th supplies included
$ 10 discount for each additional child in family
$ 12 Registration fee due by September 1st
May be paid in three installments due at the beginning of each month
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM – 3K – 2nd Grade
11:00 AM - 12:15 AM – 3rd – 6th Grade
1:00 AM – 2:30 PM – 7th – 12th Grade
Classes will begin on September 7th and end on December 14th. There will be no class on
November 23rd. There will be an Art Show on December 17th.
The classes will consist of painting, drawing, clay, pastels and other mediums. As we have fun
learning and using these mediums, we will learn about different artist and some art history.
Our goal is to develop the inner artist in your children and an appreciation of the arts.
Materials used during class can be messy and stain clothing. Please be mindful that if students
get material on clothing it probably will not wash out.
Please call 620-0854 or email email@example.com for more information.
WHAT IS IT?
The President's Challenge is a series of programs designed to help improve anyone's activity level. Joining a group is a great way to make staying active easy and fun!
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Anyone--all ages can sign-up! Click here for more information.
LOTS OF ACTIVITIES HELP YOU EARN POINTS!
In addition to traditional sport activities like basketball, football, jogging, or aerobics, there is a LONG list of other activities that earn you points toward your goal! How about lawn mowing/gardening, trampoline, darts, or even Wii Sports?! Each activity has a predetermined point allowance and earns you points based on length, and sometimes on degree, of activity.
Click Here to see the full list of activities to get you and your family active!
Why is staying active important?
Heart health - Regular physical activity can lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels and can reduce the risk of illnesses such as Type II diabetes or heart disease.
Bone support - Exercise is a good way to build strong, healthy bones and can help slow the bone loss associated with getting older.
Sense of well-being - Being in good shape can give you more energy, reduce anxiety and depression, improve self-esteem, and help you better manage stress.
Social life - Staying active can be a great way to have fun, make new friends, and spend quality time with family.
Physical appearance - You look better when you're in shape. Staying active helps you tone muscles and maintain a healthy weight - and can even improve your posture.
We hope your new year is off to a great start! Now that cooler temperatures are settling in, it's a great time to begin using your outdoor classroom! Below are some resources and quick tips to help you get your family outdoors...
Plant a cool weather garden! September is the perfect time to plant seeds or seedlings in your raised bed gardens to grow winter veggies such as broccoli, cabbage, peas, carrots, spinach and winter squash.
For helpful tips and activities related to a fall or winter garden, take a look at these FREE resources:
Also, check out Mel Bartholomew's Square Foot Gardening book...it includes information about how to transform your 4 foot by 6 foot raised bed garden into 24 one square foot gardens for your children to grow their very own veggies. His how-to book even includes how many seeds of each type of vegetable to include in each "square foot garden".
September and October is also a GREAT time to study migration as thousands upon thousands of birds and butterflies travel to and thru Alabama on their way to warmer climates! To track the migration with your students, visit Journey North's website. Your students can even send their own "monarch butterflies" on a Symbolic Migration to Mexico.
Be sure to visit our Alabama Outdoor Classroom Program webpage on AWF's website in the upcoming weeks as we will be adding new free outdoor activity sheets to use with your children, and much, much more!
Thank you for all you do to get our children outdoors!
April & Doyle