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Try Sporball Tots THIS Saturday FREE/Little Medical School Camp next week!/Alcohol Inks starts THIS FRIDAY! Sparring tournament Saturday!

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Sorry for the additional e-mail this month.  I had a couple of late submissions which occur soon and I wanted to make sure everyone got the information.  The first part of the e-mail is new information, the latter part contains previous information which I included for new residents who have recently become members of the Activity Center!  Thanks for joining!  Happy Summer!

REGISTRATION DEADLINES APPROACHING:

  • Adult-Alcohol inks on Fridays starts this week June 8-29, 2pm-4pm
  • Sportball Tots on Saturdays (18mos-3 yrs w/caregiver) June 9-July 11, 9:30am-11am…not sure?  RSVP at 512-261-1010 and try the first class free before you commit. 
  • Youth-Sparring Workshop June 4-8, 1pm-5pm-$50/day! 
  • Sparring tournament-Students 6-14 years of age with previous TaeKwonDo sparring experience are invited compete!  Saturday, June 9, 12pm-3pm $25
  • Little Medical School(6-10 yrs)June 11-15, 9am-12pm Great program!

Flag Day-June 14th 10am-The Lohmann's Ford Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will sponsor a National Flag Day Observance to commemorate the adoption of the US flag on June 14, 1777.  Brig Gen Rick Zehrer USAF Retired will speak to us about our U.S. Flag and Patriotism.  DAMAGED FLAGS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PROPER RETIREMENT DURING THE FLAG DAY OBSERVANCE.  Lakeway Heritage Park is located at the intersection of Lohman's Ford Crossing and Hurst Creek in Lakeway.  This is a good opportunity to respect the tradition of our national flag.

Movies In the Park is a summertime series presented by the City of Lakeway at Lakeway City Park, 502 Hurst Creek Road.  Movies will begin at dusk - 8:45 PM.  Free popcorn and other treats will be available for purchase.  Bring a blanket or a lawn chair to set up at our 'Theater Under the Stars'.  So that everyone can see the screen we request blankets to the middle and lawn chairs to the outside.  Also, we request that any smartphones/blinking/glowing items be put under your blanket while the film is being shown.  Please, no dogs at this event. . . . but bring the kids and tell your neighbors!  


Friday, June 15 - Paddington 2 - Rated PG.  103 minutes.
Friday, July 13 - The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature - Rated PG.  91 minutes.
Friday, July 27 - Despicable Me 3 - Rated PG.  90 minutes.
Friday, August 10 - Peter Rabbit - Rated PG.  93 minutes. 

Dive-In Movies is presented by the Lakeway Swim Center, 3103 Lakeway Blvd., near the World of Tennis.  Fee:  $3.00/person.
The pool area will be cleared at 8:00 PM and anyone wishing to see the movie will be charged $3.00 to be let back into the pool area at 8:30 PM to see it.  Swimming is allowed while the movie is being shown.  For more information, call 512-261-3000.

Friday, June 8, 2018 - Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle - Rated PG-13.  119 minutes.
Friday, June 22, 2018 - The Lego Ninjago Movie - Rated PG.  101 minutes.
Friday, July 20, 2018 - Coco - Rated PG.  109 minutes.
Friday, August 3, 2018 - Sherlock Gnomes - Rated PG.  90 minutes.

Big Band Bash is on Monday, June 11th from 8pm-10pm and features The Republic of Texas Big Band.  If you enjoy big band music, come to this fun event.  No admission fee; band will accept donations at this event but not required.

Cool Arts Party is on August 11th from 1pm-5pm.  Activity Center members may apply to showcase their items at this event now.  Submissions will close on July 27th.  You must be a member of the Lakeway Activity Center to participate.  Membership is $25 per calendar year for residents and $75 per calendar year for non-residents. 

Sportball Tots was requested for Saturdays by a couple of parents and we have gotten it in the schedule beginning this Saturday.  This is a wonderful program for students 18 months to 3 years with a caregiver.  Come try the first class out before you sign up!  You have nothing to lose!  Please RSVP 512-261-1010

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YOUTH CLASSES:

Soccer Shots in Lakeway!  Lakeway Swim Center Park Soccer Shots - The Children’s Soccer Experience-Soccer Shots, the official 2 to 5-year-old soccer program of US Youth Soccer, offers a high energy, fun, and age-appropriate introduction to the wonderful game of soccer. Our innovative curriculum emphasizes both soccer skills and character development. Our goal is simple: leave a lasting, positive impact on every child we coach.  8 week sessions $140 Members / $160 Non-members

Saturday Mornings 6/16 - 8/4

9:10 - 9:40AM Mini Ages 2-3

9:50 - 10:30AM Classic Ages 3-5

Thursday Mornings 6/14 - 8/2

9:00 - 9:30AM Mini Ages 2-3

9:40- 10:20AM Classic Ages 3-5

Lakeway Activity Center members call 512-261-1010 for coupon code

Enroll/More Info: soccershots.org/austin or 512-420-9450

NEW SATURDAY SESSION!!!  SPORTBALL- MULTI-SPORTS PARENT with TOT(16 months-36 months) 5 WEEK PROGRAM:  Parents and caregivers can have a direct hand in a preschooler’s development through a range of Multi-Sport programs. This parent / child program will teach children important introductory physical skills and help develop confidence in abilities. Adults will learn and understand proven teaching techniques that can be applied outside of Sportball classes. Classes focus on refining, rehearsing and repeating skills and playing games in a fun, creative, non-competitive environment. Classes are conducted once a week in 45-minute sessions, just the right length of time for active little minds and bodies.  Please have students bring a snack and non-carbonated sports drink or water to class each day. Coaches provided by Sportball.  Indoors & Air Conditioned!  $95 Member / $110 Non-Member

TAEKWONDOCoach Wagner is an AAU certified coach, personal trainer and he & his wife both have black belts.  Their teenage daughter and son are national champions and he will certainly inspire your young martial artist.  While his lesson plans are fun and active, he continues to boost confidence while maintaining the necessary integrity and structure for Tae Kwon Do:  Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control and Indomitable Spirit.  Instructor:  William Wagner

  • 3-5 YRS:  Wednesdays-June 13-August 8th, 4:15pm-5:00pm - $110 Members / $130 Non-Members
  • 6-14 YRS: Monday & Wednesday, June 11-August 13, 5:15pm-6:15pm $235 MEMBERS / $255 NON-MEMBERS

No class on July 4th holiday or the week of July 9-13th

FENCING- Students learn the basics of the three swords used in the Olympics.  Skills in attacking and defending, footwork, blade work, agility, balance, strategy, sportsmanship and the rules of the game are all part of this fun and world popular sport!  Students MUST wear long comfortable pants, athletic shoes and t-shirt.  PreVost de Armes Coach Murray ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED!!  No classes on the week of July 4th (July 2-6th)

  • Beginners-Wednesdays, -June 20-July 25, 5:30pm-6:30pm $140 MEMBER  / $160 NON-MEMBER
  • Advanced Fencing (by invitation of the Coach) Mondays & Wednesdays, June 18-July 25,  5:30pm-7pm $180 MEMBER / $200 NON-MEMBER

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION BABY SITTER'S TRAINING COURSE: 11-15 yr  Parents are more apt to hire a babysitter who can show they have completed and been certified by the American Heart Association.  Students learn what to do in case of an emergency, how to avoid dangerous situations, first-aid care of cuts and burns and certification in CPR/AED.  From feeding a toddler or infant and changing diapers to keeping their environment safe…  this class covers it all!  Space is limited so sign up NOW!  Pack a lunch and snacks for the day-students will not be permitted to leave the building.  Instructor:  American Heart Association Jana McCurdy 

  • June 14th, 10:30am-2:30pm $70 MEMBER / $85 NON-MEMBER
  • June 23, 8am-12pm $70 MEMBER / $85 NON-MEMBER

JUNE CAMPS:

 

Art & Graphics:

COMIC BOOK CREATION & CARD GAME DESIGN (12-17 yrs):- Join our talented team of Graphic Artists, Card Game Enthusiast, & Comic Book Gurus to create your very own Heroes of Legend!  This class will explore the history and lore of traditional comic books and card games. The students will create and develop a Comic Book or Card Game Hero and tell their unique story. Each student will learn how to draw and illustrate their characters to share with the world.

Instruction provided by 4 Reelz June 25-29, 1pm-4pm $235 Member / $255 Non-Member

STEAM'in UP SUMMER DRAWING (6-12 YRS):  Calling all artists, scientists, engineers and math lovers!  Young Rembrandts a has a new workshop filled with ways your child can explore the fascinating world of STEAM!  This workshop will dive into a new discipline every day.  Students will illustrate different types of sciences, new technologies, incredible feats of engineering and striking math principles - all while creating crazy awesome ART.  Your child's brain is growing every day so register now!

June 25-29, 9:30am-12pm $140 MEMBER / $160 NON-MEMBER

Cooking:

 

FARMERS MARKET COOKING (6-9 YRS):  Young chefs will learn about the growing process of foods, cook seasonal summer foods, practice money skills at the camp market, learn about real food, and more.  Welcome packet with camp details will be emailed before class begins. Space is limited and camps fill quickly; register soon. This camp can accommodate nut allergies. Instruction provided by Cook-Learn-Grow

June 25-28, 9am-12pm, $220 MEMBERS / $240 NON-MEMBERS

MASTER JUNIOR CHEF (10-13 yrs):  Think you can cook? Join us for a fun week of culinary challenges, teamwork, showdowns, technique and tasty fun! A delicious experience that will have you auditioning for the next kid's cooking show!  Maybe you will be the next Master Chef!  A welcome packet with camp details will be emailed before class begins. Space is limited, and camps fill quickly; register soon. This camp can accommodate nut allergies. Instruction provided by Cook-Learn-Grow

June 25-28, 2pm-5pm $220 MEMBER / $240 NON-MEMBER

Computers, Robotics, Technology:

 

LITTLE CODERS (5-7 YRS):  Our Little Coders camp is an opportunity for young children to develop their computational thinking skills, build their first programs, and have fun with new friends! The curriculum is designed specifically for early readers and takes into account cognitive abilities as well as the attention span typical for ages 5-7. Students are introduced to basic coding concepts in a variety of ways, from playing coding board games like Robot Turtles to programming their first games or animated stories. We use age-appropriate online tools, including code.org, Lightbot, Kodable and Scratch. After the camp, students will be able to share their projects with family and friends and continue programming at home with their Coding with Kids Scratch account.

June 18-27, 9am-12pm $299 MEMBER / $319 NON-MEMBER

 

BEGINNER GAME DEVELOPMENT (Ages 7-11):  Aspiring coders can take their first steps up the Coder’s Ladder by building their first games. Through a variety of projects, such as chasing games, mazes, and animated stories, campers will learn and practice the core coding concepts that will help lay the foundations for future coding success. Our unique curriculum and smaller class size allow our instructors to work with each student individually through personalized instruction, helping them progress at their own pace and ensuring they are appropriately challenged. At the conclusion of the camp, children will be able to share projects with family and friends and continue programming at home with their Coding with Kids Scratch account.

June 18-22, 1pm-4pm $299 MEMBNER / $315 NON-MEMBER

 

CIRCUITS W/ARDUINO  (Ages 11-17):  This camp is a great first step towards building robots or self-driving cars. Using an Arduino board, campers will build a circuit with several LEDs and sensors. We will learn how to program behavior on the board using the C programming language. Final projects may include a thermometer, parking sensor, light display, or a music generator. How about programming the Star Wars theme song?  After the camp, students can bring their creation home and continue re-building and programming the Arduino circuit board in many different ways. We recommend that students have some prior coding experience, either typed or block, before taking this class. $349 MEMBER / $365 NON-MEMBER June 25-29th, 9am-12pm  * Tuition includes an Arduino kit that the students will take home after the camp.

INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED GAME DEVELOPMENT (8-13 YRS):

Coding with Kids Intermediate/Advanced Scratch camps are designed to take your child’s game development skills up to the next level. Instructors serve as guides and coaches to small groups of campers as they build more complex games of their design. Projects focus on concepts as advanced as AI (Artificial Intelligence) or game physics and can include multi-level and multiplayer functionality. After the camp has ended, campers will be able to share projects with family and friends and continue programming at home using their Coding with Kids Scratch account.

June 25-29, 1pm-4pm $299 MEMBER / 319 NON-MEMBER

LEARNING 101, LEGO ROBOTICS & ENGINEERING (5-12YR):  Students are separated by age & skill level.   EVERYONE LOVES LEGO®, boys & girls alike.  This class has always been a BIG hit, so sign up early.  Instructors provided by Learning 101

  • June 25-29, 9am-12pm $165 MEMBER / $185 NON-MEMBER
  • June 25-29, 1pm-4pm $165 MEMBER / $185 NON-MEMBER

Medical:

LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL (1ST-5TH GRADE): This new summer camp brings medicine, science and the importance of health in an entertaining, exciting and fun way.   Through interactive learning, kids will discover how the body and organs work, how to use medical instruments, administer first aid and even tie knots like a surgeon.  Each child will receive a working stethoscope to take home and a diploma as a graduate of the Little Medical School® after completion of the course.  Little Medical School curriculum is aligned with STEM objectives. Instruction provided by Little Medical School Austin

 June 11-15, 9am-12pm $250 MEMBER / $270 NON-MEMBER

Mindful workshops:

SHINE YOUR LIGHT, BUILDING SELF ESTEEM (7-13 YRS):  Peer pressure and self-image can be difficult during the preteen years.  This program helps students in these more stressful times discover the value of self-love and tools available to build confidence and self-esteem so they can soar high.  Instructed by Sharon Hudson   June 18-21, 9am-12pm $220 MEMBER / $240 NON-MEMBER

Sharon is a certified elementary and middle school teacher with over 10 years’ experience working in schools.  She is also a certified Wisdom Coach through Adventures in Wisdom and have been trained by Mindful Schools to teach kids mindfulness

Sports:

ARCHERY (8 YRS & UP):  Learn the Olympic sport of archery in this Beginner to Intermediate Archery class for students 8 years and up!  If you have already taken the Basic class, you will continue to develop your skills where more emphasis will be placed on the 10 step Shot Cycle and work on advancement of shooting out to 20 yards.  The skills of modern day archery from the USA Archery Association will be taught through skills drills, active shooting and games.  All equipment is provided, classes will be held at the lower level of City Park so archers will need to dress accordingly.  All equipment is provided but students may use their own equipment during the class, after Coach has inspected and approved it.  The instructor accepts no responsibility for bad, faulty or unserviceable equipment or injuries/damages that result from equipment.  Compound bows must have no draw weights greater than 40 pounds. 

Great class for the whole family!  Instructor:  USA Archery Instructor Ron Dahlseid

June 18-22, 9:30am-10:30am – City Park $130 MEMBER / $150 NON-MEMBER

June 25-29, 9:30am-10:30am-Ranger Field $130 MEMBER / $150 NON-MEMBER

SPARRING WORKSHOP(6-14 yrs):  Unlike Kickboxing and MMA, Taekwondo sparring is a competitive Olympic sport.  Coach Will has designed this program so students can attend the 5 day camp or individual 1 day workshops.  Each day students will spar with the different rules of Taekwondo, karate and open point fighting and learn important sparring techniques like proper blocking, evasive maneuvers and effective attack and defense sequences.  Additionally, students are paired up and given time to free-spar under the guidance of the instructor.  By sparring with multiple partners, students get a feel for competition fighting. 

  •  June 4-8, 1-5pm- 5 DAY WORKSHOP: $200 MEMBERS / $220 NON-MEMBERS
  • PER DAY PRICE $45 MEMBER / $50 NON-MEMBER

SPARRING COMPETITION for students ages 6-14 years - Saturday June 9th - 12pm-3pm – Registration fee $25/person

XPLORE ARCHERY (8 yrs & up):  This program is a fun and perfect fit for archers of any age or ability who want to get involved in the sport of target archery.  Regardless if you are new to the sport of archery or a beginner archer looking for an introductory program, Explore Archery has what you need to get started!  You will learn important skills like range safety and proper shooting form, play exciting games and earn achievement awards.   All equipment is provided, class will be held outdoors so archers will need to dress accordingly.  The Olympic style recurve bow will be used.  Students are welcome to use their own equipment during class after it has been inspected and approved by the coach.  The instructor accepts no responsibility for bad, faulty or unserviceable equipment or injuries/damages that result from equipment.  Great class for the whole family!  Each class is from 10:45am-12:15pm NASP Instructor Coach Dahlseid    $40 MEMBER / $45 NON-MEMBER per each day 

June 18, 19, 20, 21, 22-Lower Level City Park

June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29-Ranger Field

July 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 -City Park Lower Level

July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27-Ranger Field

July 30, 31- August 1,2, 3-City Park-Lower Level

Aug 6, 7, 8, 9, 10--City Park Lower Level

SPORTBALL-BASEBALL (3-9 YRS):  Sportball coaches will help your child become comfortable and understand the rules of game by using step-by-step instruction that breaks the game down and puts it into terms they can understand.  From first timers to all-stars, children will benefit from a specialized curriculum that will challenge kids on their own personal skill level to progress and refine their skills.  Children are split into age-appropriate groups (4-6yrs, 7-9yrs) to learn the fundamentals, practice real game scenarios, and finish off each day with a real game scrimmage.  Camp is being held at Dragon Park so please provide your child with non-carbonated sports drink or water and apply sun screen daily. Instruction provided by expert coaches trained by Sportball!

Baseball Camp will focus on the following skills:

* Proper batting stance & swing (Tee & pitch)

* Glove use / Fielding

* Base running

* Playing various positions

* Proper throwing technique

* Pitching

* Tag outs / force outs

* and more!

June 18-22, 8:30am-11:30am.  $190 MEMBER / $210 NON-MEMBER (Price includes keep sake jersey)

FENCING CAMP:  (3rd grade-8th grade) 5 Day Camp:  Students learn the basics of the three swords used in the Olympics in this week-long morning camp.  Skills in attacking and defending, foot work, blade work, agility, balance, strategy, sportsmanship and the rules of the game are all part of this fun and world popular sport!  ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED!  Students MUST wear long comfortable pants, athletic shoes and t-shirt.

Instructor:  Prevost d' Armes Coach Murray  Bring lunch and snacks with water for all day campers.  June 18-22, 9am-3pm $200 MEMBER / $220 NON-MEMBER

Traditional Outdoor Day Camp:

CAMP PENIEL (1st grade - 5th grade) Location: 502 Hurst creek lower level by the lake:  With over 30 years of experience running Christian based day camp programs in Marble Falls, the Camp Peniel staff returns to Lakeway with this fun daycamp program at City Park.  Each "tribe" will be led by qualified "Chiefs" or "Maidens" and rotated through a variety of fun activities each day such as crafts, archery, pony rides, story time, canoe races, fishing and more.  This has been a HEAPIN BIG HIT, so sign up soon as space is limited!  Campers should wear sunscreen and bring water bottles.

June 25-29, 8:30am-12:30pm $125 MEMBERS / $145 NON-MEMBERS

SUMMER CAMPS: For a complete listing of summer camps, e-mail me at [email protected] .  There are many new programs and some of your favorites returning too!  July and August brings sewing, Camp Peniel, Video Production, Costume Design, Camp Einstein, Mad Science, Environmental “Art of Recycling”, World Wide Soccer, Wilderness Camp, Little Veterinarian and so much MORE!!!  Go to www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes for additional information!

Adult Classes:

Alcohol Inks: Come and have fun exploring different techniques and applications using alcohol inks.  Class is taught in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.  Perfect class for those who are new to painting and to those who enjoy venturing into new ground.  You are welcome to bring snacks and your drink of choice.  Instructor:  Lynn Zwern Fridays June 8-29, 2pm-4pm $100 Member / $120 Non-Member

 “Members Only” SpanishYou can try the class 2 times and then you need to become a member of the Lakeway Activity Center if you wish to continue.  This is a join the class and jump right in!  Lots of fun learning conversational Spanish.  Give it a try!  Please RSVP 512-261-1010 to be added to the roster.

Class is held on Wednesdays

Beginners-12:30pm

Intermediate-1:45pm

Aikido “The Way of Harmony of the Spirit”:  Aikido is a Japanese martial art derived from Jujitsu and Kenjutsu but Aikido places emphasis on motion and dynamics of movement by focusing energy to gain control by throwing them away rather than typical punching or kicking.  The basic tenet of the art is striving for peace & harmony.  FREE for members Tuesdays from 8-9:30pm

CHAIR YOGA:  This class instructs on modified yoga postures, gentle breathing practices and some relaxation techniques while working together to increase flexibility and range of motion, improve breathing, and release any stress or tension. Come and explore some gentle yoga that you can do while you are sitting in a chair!  Instructor:  Rena Smith

Wednesdays, June 6-27, 9:15-10:15am-$40 Members / $50 Non-Members

Fridays, June 1-29, 9-10am-$50 Members / $60 Non-Members

Wednesdays & Fridays, June 1-27, $80 Members/ $90 Non-Members

SLOW FLOW YOGAThis is a gentle Vinyasa "slow flow" form of Hatha Yoga and ideal for people at a beginner to intermediate level.  Learn to breathe slowly; experience postures for the body (asanas) and the integration of breath with sequential movements (vinyasas). Please wear comfortable clothing; come with an empty stomach and an open-heart to enjoy and explore at your own pace these ancient therapeutic exercises.  Study various breathing patterns and short meditations to relax and calm the mind and body. Benefits include a stronger core and a flexible spine for a happier, more peaceful life.  Instructor Tonya Riley: 

Wednesdays 6:30pm-7:45pm

Saturdays 10:30am-11:45pm

4 punch card $40 members / $45 Non-members

BODY, BREATH, MINDCome learn the ancient art of Yoga at your own pace in a friendly, noncompetitive environment.  These classes offer the therapeutic wisdom of Yoga with sequences of movement and breathing patterns, varied relaxation techniques and short meditations. Yoga can help:

•          Relieve stress and anxiety

•          Improve circulation, digestion and sleep

•          Increase flexibility to maintain a healthy range of motion

•          Develop a sharper, focused, calmer mind

•          Realign mind, body, and breathe joyously into the peace of the present moment

Previous experience of yoga is not necessary. Just make sure that you can get up and down from floor level.  Instructor Rena Smith 4 card punch $40 Members / $45 Non-Members

Tuesdays -9am-10:15am

Thursdays -9am-10:15am

It is quite possible I could have left some information off, if so, please e-mail me your questions or go to www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes .




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Sorry for the additional e-mail this month. I had a couple of late submissions which occur soon and I wanted to make sure everyone got the information. The first part of the e-mail is new information, the latter part contains previous information which I included for new residents who have recently become members of the Activity Center! Thanks for joining! Happy Summer!
REGISTRATION DEADLINES APPROACHING:
Adult-Alcohol inks on Fridays starts this week June 8-29, 2pm-4pm
Sportball Tots on Saturdays (18mos-3 yrs w/caregiver) June 9-July 11, 9:30am-11am…not sure? RSVP at 512-261-1010 and try the first class free before you commit.
Youth-Sparring Workshop June 4-8, 1pm-5pm-$50/day!
Sparring tournament-Students 6-14 years of age with previous TaeKwonDo sparring experience are invited compete! Saturday, June 9, 12pm-3pm $25
Little Medical School(6-10 yrs)June 11-15, 9am-12pm Great program!
Flag Day-June 14th 10am-The Lohmann's Ford Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, will sponsor a National Flag Day Observance to commemorate the adoption of the US flag on June 14, 1777. Brig Gen Rick Zehrer USAF Retired will speak to us about our U.S. Flag and Patriotism. DAMAGED FLAGS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR PROPER RETIREMENT DURING THE FLAG DAY OBSERVANCE. Lakeway Heritage Park is located at the intersection of Lohman's Ford Crossing and Hurst Creek in Lakeway. This is a good opportunity to respect the tradition of our national flag.
Movies In the Park is a summertime series presented by the City of Lakeway at Lakeway City Park, 502 Hurst Creek Road. Movies will begin at dusk - 8:45 PM. Free popcorn and other treats will be available for purchase. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair to set up at our 'Theater Under the Stars'. So that everyone can see the screen we request blankets to the middle and lawn chairs to the outside. Also, we request that any smartphones/blinking/glowing items be put under your blanket while the film is being shown. Please, no dogs at this event. . . . but bring the kids and tell your neighbors!

Friday, June 15 - Paddington 2 - Rated PG. 103 minutes.
Friday, July 13 - The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature - Rated PG. 91 minutes.
Friday, July 27 - Despicable Me 3 - Rated PG. 90 minutes.
Friday, August 10 - Peter Rabbit - Rated PG. 93 minutes.

Dive-In Movies is presented by the Lakeway Swim Center, 3103 Lakeway Blvd., near the World of Tennis. Fee: $3.00/person.
The pool area will be cleared at 8:00 PM and anyone wishing to see the movie will be charged $3.00 to be let back into the pool area at 8:30 PM to see it. Swimming is allowed while the movie is being shown. For more information, call 512-261-3000.

Friday, June 8, 2018 - Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle - Rated PG-13. 119 minutes.
Friday, June 22, 2018 - The Lego Ninjago Movie - Rated PG. 101 minutes.
Friday, July 20, 2018 - Coco - Rated PG. 109 minutes.
Friday, August 3, 2018 - Sherlock Gnomes - Rated PG. 90 minutes.
Big Band Bash is on Monday, June 11th from 8pm-10pm and features The Republic of Texas Big Band. If you enjoy big band music, come to this fun event. No admission fee; band will accept donations at this event but not required.
Cool Arts Party is on August 11th from 1pm-5pm. Activity Center members may apply to showcase their items at this event now. Submissions will close on July 27th. You must be a member of the Lakeway Activity Center to participate. Membership is $25 per calendar year for residents and $75 per calendar year for non-residents.
Sportball Tots was requested for Saturdays by a couple of parents and we have gotten it in the schedule beginning this Saturday. This is a wonderful program for students 18 months to 3 years with a caregiver. Come try the first class out before you sign up! You have nothing to lose! Please RSVP 512-261-1010
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YOUTH CLASSES:
Soccer Shots in Lakeway! Lakeway Swim Center Park Soccer Shots - The Children’s Soccer Experience-Soccer Shots, the official 2 to 5-year-old soccer program of US Youth Soccer, offers a high energy, fun, and age-appropriate introduction to the wonderful game of soccer. Our innovative curriculum emphasizes both soccer skills and character development. Our goal is simple: leave a lasting, positive impact on every child we coach. 8 week sessions $140 Members / $160 Non-members
Saturday Mornings 6/16 - 8/4
9:10 - 9:40AM Mini Ages 2-3
9:50 - 10:30AM Classic Ages 3-5
Thursday Mornings 6/14 - 8/2
9:00 - 9:30AM Mini Ages 2-3
9:40- 10:20AM Classic Ages 3-5
Lakeway Activity Center members call 512-261-1010 for coupon code
Enroll/More Info: soccershots.org/austin [http://soccershots.org/austin] or 512-420-9450
NEW SATURDAY SESSION!!! SPORTBALL- MULTI-SPORTS PARENT with TOT(16 months-36 months) 5 WEEK PROGRAM: Parents and caregivers can have a direct hand in a preschooler’s development through a range of Multi-Sport programs. This parent / child program will teach children important introductory physical skills and help develop confidence in abilities. Adults will learn and understand proven teaching techniques that can be applied outside of Sportball classes. Classes focus on refining, rehearsing and repeating skills and playing games in a fun, creative, non-competitive environment. Classes are conducted once a week in 45-minute sessions, just the right length of time for active little minds and bodies. Please have students bring a snack and non-carbonated sports drink or water to class each day. Coaches provided by Sportball. Indoors & Air Conditioned! $95 Member / $110 Non-Member
TAEKWONDO: Coach Wagner is an AAU certified coach, personal trainer and he & his wife both have black belts. Their teenage daughter and son are national champions and he will certainly inspire your young martial artist. While his lesson plans are fun and active, he continues to boost confidence while maintaining the necessary integrity and structure for Tae Kwon Do: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control and Indomitable Spirit. Instructor: William Wagner
3-5 YRS: Wednesdays-June 13-August 8th, 4:15pm-5:00pm - $110 Members / $130 Non-Members
6-14 YRS: Monday & Wednesday, June 11-August 13, 5:15pm-6:15pm $235 MEMBERS / $255 NON-MEMBERS
No class on July 4th holiday or the week of July 9-13th

FENCING- Students learn the basics of the three swords used in the Olympics. Skills in attacking and defending, footwork, blade work, agility, balance, strategy, sportsmanship and the rules of the game are all part of this fun and world popular sport! Students MUST wear long comfortable pants, athletic shoes and t-shirt. PreVost de Armes Coach Murray ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED!! No classes on the week of July 4th (July 2-6th)
Beginners-Wednesdays, -June 20-July 25, 5:30pm-6:30pm $140 MEMBER / $160 NON-MEMBER
Advanced Fencing (by invitation of the Coach) Mondays & Wednesdays, June 18-July 25, 5:30pm-7pm $180 MEMBER / $200 NON-MEMBER

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION BABY SITTER'S TRAINING COURSE: 11-15 yr Parents are more apt to hire a babysitter who can show they have completed and been certified by the American Heart Association. Students learn what to do in case of an emergency, how to avoid dangerous situations, first-aid care of cuts and burns and certification in CPR/AED. From feeding a toddler or infant and changing diapers to keeping their environment safe… this class covers it all! Space is limited so sign up NOW! Pack a lunch and snacks for the day-students will not be permitted to leave the building. Instructor: American Heart Association Jana McCurdy
June 14th, 10:30am-2:30pm $70 MEMBER / $85 NON-MEMBER
June 23, 8am-12pm $70 MEMBER / $85 NON-MEMBER

JUNE CAMPS:

Art & Graphics:
COMIC BOOK CREATION & CARD GAME DESIGN (12-17 yrs):- Join our talented team of Graphic Artists, Card Game Enthusiast, & Comic Book Gurus to create your very own Heroes of Legend! This class will explore the history and lore of traditional comic books and card games. The students will create and develop a Comic Book or Card Game Hero and tell their unique story. Each student will learn how to draw and illustrate their characters to share with the world.
Instruction provided by 4 Reelz June 25-29, 1pm-4pm $235 Member / $255 Non-Member

STEAM'in UP SUMMER DRAWING (6-12 YRS): Calling all artists, scientists, engineers and math lovers! Young Rembrandts a has a new workshop filled with ways your child can explore the fascinating world of STEAM! This workshop will dive into a new discipline every day. Students will illustrate different types of sciences, new technologies, incredible feats of engineering and striking math principles - all while creating crazy awesome ART. Your child's brain is growing every day so register now!
June 25-29, 9:30am-12pm $140 MEMBER / $160 NON-MEMBER

Cooking:

FARMERS MARKET COOKING (6-9 YRS): Young chefs will learn about the growing process of foods, cook seasonal summer foods, practice money skills at the camp market, learn about real food, and more. Welcome packet with camp details will be emailed before class begins. Space is limited and camps fill quickly; register soon. This camp can accommodate nut allergies. Instruction provided by Cook-Learn-Grow
June 25-28, 9am-12pm, $220 MEMBERS / $240 NON-MEMBERS

MASTER JUNIOR CHEF (10-13 yrs): Think you can cook? Join us for a fun week of culinary challenges, teamwork, showdowns, technique and tasty fun! A delicious experience that will have you auditioning for the next kid's cooking show! Maybe you will be the next Master Chef! A welcome packet with camp details will be emailed before class begins. Space is limited, and camps fill quickly; register soon. This camp can accommodate nut allergies. Instruction provided by Cook-Learn-Grow
June 25-28, 2pm-5pm $220 MEMBER / $240 NON-MEMBER

Computers, Robotics, Technology:

LITTLE CODERS (5-7 YRS): Our Little Coders camp is an opportunity for young children to develop their computational thinking skills, build their first programs, and have fun with new friends! The curriculum is designed specifically for early readers and takes into account cognitive abilities as well as the attention span typical for ages 5-7. Students are introduced to basic coding concepts in a variety of ways, from playing coding board games like Robot Turtles to programming their first games or animated stories. We use age-appropriate online tools, including code.org, Lightbot, Kodable and Scratch. After the camp, students will be able to share their projects with family and friends and continue programming at home with their Coding with Kids Scratch account.
June 18-27, 9am-12pm $299 MEMBER / $319 NON-MEMBER

BEGINNER GAME DEVELOPMENT (Ages 7-11): Aspiring coders can take their first steps up the Coder’s Ladder by building their first games. Through a variety of projects, such as chasing games, mazes, and animated stories, campers will learn and practice the core coding concepts that will help lay the foundations for future coding success. Our unique curriculum and smaller class size allow our instructors to work with each student individually through personalized instruction, helping them progress at their own pace and ensuring they are appropriately challenged. At the conclusion of the camp, children will be able to share projects with family and friends and continue programming at home with their Coding with Kids Scratch account.
June 18-22, 1pm-4pm $299 MEMBNER / $315 NON-MEMBER

CIRCUITS W/ARDUINO (Ages 11-17): This camp is a great first step towards building robots or self-driving cars. Using an Arduino board, campers will build a circuit with several LEDs and sensors. We will learn how to program behavior on the board using the C programming language. Final projects may include a thermometer, parking sensor, light display, or a music generator. How about programming the Star Wars theme song? After the camp, students can bring their creation home and continue re-building and programming the Arduino circuit board in many different ways. We recommend that students have some prior coding experience, either typed or block, before taking this class. $349 MEMBER / $365 NON-MEMBER June 25-29th, 9am-12pm * Tuition includes an Arduino kit that the students will take home after the camp.

INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED GAME DEVELOPMENT (8-13 YRS):
Coding with Kids Intermediate/Advanced Scratch camps are designed to take your child’s game development skills up to the next level. Instructors serve as guides and coaches to small groups of campers as they build more complex games of their design. Projects focus on concepts as advanced as AI (Artificial Intelligence) or game physics and can include multi-level and multiplayer functionality. After the camp has ended, campers will be able to share projects with family and friends and continue programming at home using their Coding with Kids Scratch account.
June 25-29, 1pm-4pm $299 MEMBER / 319 NON-MEMBER

LEARNING 101, LEGO ROBOTICS & ENGINEERING (5-12YR): Students are separated by age & skill level. EVERYONE LOVES LEGO®, boys & girls alike. This class has always been a BIG hit, so sign up early. Instructors provided by Learning 101
June 25-29, 9am-12pm $165 MEMBER / $185 NON-MEMBER
June 25-29, 1pm-4pm $165 MEMBER / $185 NON-MEMBER

Medical:
LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL (1ST-5TH GRADE): This new summer camp brings medicine, science and the importance of health in an entertaining, exciting and fun way. Through interactive learning, kids will discover how the body and organs work, how to use medical instruments, administer first aid and even tie knots like a surgeon. Each child will receive a working stethoscope to take home and a diploma as a graduate of the Little Medical School® after completion of the course. Little Medical School curriculum is aligned with STEM objectives. Instruction provided by Little Medical School Austin
June 11-15, 9am-12pm $250 MEMBER / $270 NON-MEMBER

Mindful workshops:
SHINE YOUR LIGHT, BUILDING SELF ESTEEM (7-13 YRS): Peer pressure and self-image can be difficult during the preteen years. This program helps students in these more stressful times discover the value of self-love and tools available to build confidence and self-esteem so they can soar high. Instructed by Sharon Hudson June 18-21, 9am-12pm $220 MEMBER / $240 NON-MEMBER
Sharon is a certified elementary and middle school teacher with over 10 years’ experience working in schools. She is also a certified Wisdom Coach through Adventures in Wisdom and have been trained by Mindful Schools to teach kids mindfulness
Sports:

ARCHERY (8 YRS & UP): Learn the Olympic sport of archery in this Beginner to Intermediate Archery class for students 8 years and up! If you have already taken the Basic class, you will continue to develop your skills where more emphasis will be placed on the 10 step Shot Cycle and work on advancement of shooting out to 20 yards. The skills of modern day archery from the USA Archery Association will be taught through skills drills, active shooting and games. All equipment is provided, classes will be held at the lower level of City Park so archers will need to dress accordingly. All equipment is provided but students may use their own equipment during the class, after Coach has inspected and approved it. The instructor accepts no responsibility for bad, faulty or unserviceable equipment or injuries/damages that result from equipment. Compound bows must have no draw weights greater than 40 pounds.

Great class for the whole family! Instructor: USA Archery Instructor Ron Dahlseid
June 18-22, 9:30am-10:30am – City Park $130 MEMBER / $150 NON-MEMBER
June 25-29, 9:30am-10:30am-Ranger Field $130 MEMBER / $150 NON-MEMBER

SPARRING WORKSHOP(6-14 yrs): Unlike Kickboxing and MMA, Taekwondo sparring is a competitive Olympic sport. Coach Will has designed this program so students can attend the 5 day camp or individual 1 day workshops. Each day students will spar with the different rules of Taekwondo, karate and open point fighting and learn important sparring techniques like proper blocking, evasive maneuvers and effective attack and defense sequences. Additionally, students are paired up and given time to free-spar under the guidance of the instructor. By sparring with multiple partners, students get a feel for competition fighting.
June 4-8, 1-5pm- 5 DAY WORKSHOP: $200 MEMBERS / $220 NON-MEMBERS
PER DAY PRICE $45 MEMBER / $50 NON-MEMBER

SPARRING COMPETITION for students ages 6-14 years - Saturday June 9th - 12pm-3pm – Registration fee $25/person


XPLORE ARCHERY (8 yrs & up): This program is a fun and perfect fit for archers of any age or ability who want to get involved in the sport of target archery. Regardless if you are new to the sport of archery or a beginner archer looking for an introductory program, Explore Archery has what you need to get started! You will learn important skills like range safety and proper shooting form, play exciting games and earn achievement awards. All equipment is provided, class will be held outdoors so archers will need to dress accordingly. The Olympic style recurve bow will be used. Students are welcome to use their own equipment during class after it has been inspected and approved by the coach. The instructor accepts no responsibility for bad, faulty or unserviceable equipment or injuries/damages that result from equipment. Great class for the whole family! Each class is from 10:45am-12:15pm NASP Instructor Coach Dahlseid $40 MEMBER / $45 NON-MEMBER per each day
June 18, 19, 20, 21, 22-Lower Level City Park
June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29-Ranger Field
July 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 -City Park Lower Level
July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27-Ranger Field
July 30, 31- August 1,2, 3-City Park-Lower Level
Aug 6, 7, 8, 9, 10--City Park Lower Level

SPORTBALL-BASEBALL (3-9 YRS): Sportball coaches will help your child become comfortable and understand the rules of game by using step-by-step instruction that breaks the game down and puts it into terms they can understand. From first timers to all-stars, children will benefit from a specialized curriculum that will challenge kids on their own personal skill level to progress and refine their skills. Children are split into age-appropriate groups (4-6yrs, 7-9yrs) to learn the fundamentals, practice real game scenarios, and finish off each day with a real game scrimmage. Camp is being held at Dragon Park so please provide your child with non-carbonated sports drink or water and apply sun screen daily. Instruction provided by expert coaches trained by Sportball!
Baseball Camp will focus on the following skills:
* Proper batting stance & swing (Tee & pitch)
* Glove use / Fielding
* Base running
* Playing various positions
* Proper throwing technique
* Pitching
* Tag outs / force outs
* and more!
June 18-22, 8:30am-11:30am. $190 MEMBER / $210 NON-MEMBER (Price includes keep sake jersey)

FENCING CAMP: (3rd grade-8th grade) 5 Day Camp: Students learn the basics of the three swords used in the Olympics in this week-long morning camp. Skills in attacking and defending, foot work, blade work, agility, balance, strategy, sportsmanship and the rules of the game are all part of this fun and world popular sport! ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED! Students MUST wear long comfortable pants, athletic shoes and t-shirt.
Instructor: Prevost d' Armes Coach Murray Bring lunch and snacks with water for all day campers. June 18-22, 9am-3pm $200 MEMBER / $220 NON-MEMBER

Traditional Outdoor Day Camp:

CAMP PENIEL (1st grade - 5th grade) Location: 502 Hurst creek lower level by the lake: With over 30 years of experience running Christian based day camp programs in Marble Falls, the Camp Peniel staff returns to Lakeway with this fun daycamp program at City Park. Each "tribe" will be led by qualified "Chiefs" or "Maidens" and rotated through a variety of fun activities each day such as crafts, archery, pony rides, story time, canoe races, fishing and more. This has been a HEAPIN BIG HIT, so sign up soon as space is limited! Campers should wear sunscreen and bring water bottles.
June 25-29, 8:30am-12:30pm $125 MEMBERS / $145 NON-MEMBERS

SUMMER CAMPS: For a complete listing of summer camps, e-mail me at [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] . There are many new programs and some of your favorites returning too! July and August brings sewing, Camp Peniel, Video Production, Costume Design, Camp Einstein, Mad Science, Environmental “Art of Recycling”, World Wide Soccer, Wilderness Camp, Little Veterinarian and so much MORE!!! Go to www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes [http://www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes] for additional information!
Adult Classes:
Alcohol Inks: Come and have fun exploring different techniques and applications using alcohol inks. Class is taught in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Perfect class for those who are new to painting and to those who enjoy venturing into new ground. You are welcome to bring snacks and your drink of choice. Instructor: Lynn Zwern Fridays June 8-29, 2pm-4pm $100 Member / $120 Non-Member
“Members Only” Spanish. You can try the class 2 times and then you need to become a member of the Lakeway Activity Center if you wish to continue. This is a join the class and jump right in! Lots of fun learning conversational Spanish. Give it a try! Please RSVP 512-261-1010 to be added to the roster.
Class is held on Wednesdays
Beginners-12:30pm
Intermediate-1:45pm
Aikido “The Way of Harmony of the Spirit”: Aikido is a Japanese martial art derived from Jujitsu and Kenjutsu but Aikido places emphasis on motion and dynamics of movement by focusing energy to gain control by throwing them away rather than typical punching or kicking. The basic tenet of the art is striving for peace & harmony. FREE for members Tuesdays from 8-9:30pm
CHAIR YOGA: This class instructs on modified yoga postures, gentle breathing practices and some relaxation techniques while working together to increase flexibility and range of motion, improve breathing, and release any stress or tension. Come and explore some gentle yoga that you can do while you are sitting in a chair! Instructor: Rena Smith
Wednesdays, June 6-27, 9:15-10:15am-$40 Members / $50 Non-Members
Fridays, June 1-29, 9-10am-$50 Members / $60 Non-Members
Wednesdays & Fridays, June 1-27, $80 Members/ $90 Non-Members

SLOW FLOW YOGA: This is a gentle Vinyasa "slow flow" form of Hatha Yoga and ideal for people at a beginner to intermediate level. Learn to breathe slowly; experience postures for the body (asanas) and the integration of breath with sequential movements (vinyasas). Please wear comfortable clothing; come with an empty stomach and an open-heart to enjoy and explore at your own pace these ancient therapeutic exercises. Study various breathing patterns and short meditations to relax and calm the mind and body. Benefits include a stronger core and a flexible spine for a happier, more peaceful life. Instructor Tonya Riley:
Wednesdays 6:30pm-7:45pm
Saturdays 10:30am-11:45pm
4 punch card $40 members / $45 Non-members

BODY, BREATH, MIND: Come learn the ancient art of Yoga at your own pace in a friendly, noncompetitive environment. These classes offer the therapeutic wisdom of Yoga with sequences of movement and breathing patterns, varied relaxation techniques and short meditations. Yoga can help:
• Relieve stress and anxiety
• Improve circulation, digestion and sleep
• Increase flexibility to maintain a healthy range of motion
• Develop a sharper, focused, calmer mind
• Realign mind, body, and breathe joyously into the peace of the present moment
Previous experience of yoga is not necessary. Just make sure that you can get up and down from floor level. Instructor Rena Smith 4 card punch $40 Members / $45 Non-Members
Tuesdays -9am-10:15am
Thursdays -9am-10:15am

It is quite possible I could have left some information off, if so, please e-mail me your questions or go to www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes [http://www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes] .

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