2019 flag football form

DENVER PARKS & RECREATION
Programs provided through Denver parks and recreation as following

Flag Football – This program is open to children entering 1st through 4th grade. The registration fee includes a team shirt. ALL CHILDREN WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN MOUTH GUARD. The season is tentatively scheduled to begin in September with games ending mid-October. 1st/2nd grade games will be Saturday mornings at the athletic complex, depending on complex schedule. 3rd/4th grade games will primarily be held in Waverly on Saturday mornings. Parents are responsible for transportation. Practices for all grades are held in Denver, and times will vary per field availability.

Volleyball Camp – Volleyball is open to children who will be entering 1st through 6th grades. Registration fees include shirt. The program will focus on developing and improving fundamental skills and learning the basics of volleyball. This is typically a four-week program. The season is tentatively scheduled to begin the first full week in September. Practice times will vary per gym availability.

Soccer – This program is open to children in the K-eligible through 4th grade. The registration fee includes a team shirt. ALL CHILDREN WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN socks, shin guards, and ball. The season is tentatively scheduled to begin starting first week of April (weather permitting) with games ending mid-May. Games will be weeknights. Practice times will vary per field availability.

Baseball/Softball – T-Ball is open to children currently in preschool, TK, and kindergarten. The program will focus on developing and improving fundamental skills and learning the basics of the game.  Registration fee includes a team shirt. Children are required to have their own glove. This program will begin mid May. Practice times will vary per field availability. Four games will be held Saturday mornings.  1st/2nd Grade Coach Pitch -Coach pitch is available for children currently in grades 1st and 2nd. The program will focus on developing and improving fundamental skills and learning the basics of the game. Children are required to have their own glove.  Registration fee includes a team shirt. This is approximately a six-week program that will begin in May. We will typically play 6-8 games, including some travel to local towns which the parent is responsible to provide. Sunday
games are common. Practice times vary.  Travel Ball – Travel Ball is open to children currently in 3rd-6th grades. Season is tentatively scheduled to begin mid April with games done by July 4th. Children are required to have their own glove and grey baseball/softball pants. Cleats are recommended but not required. Reusable jerseys are provided through park and rec, if they are not returned the families will be charged $50 and unable to sign up for another program until the fee is paid. There will be travel to other local towns which the parent is responsible to provide. Teams play 2-3 nights per week with games generally starting at 6pm. Double headers are played each night.

Tumbling Tots -This program is available for children currently in preschool. It is generally held in March two nights a week for two weeks. The children will work on things like rolls, coordination and balancing activities, trampoline and parachutes.
Adult Volleyball Club – Adults learn and improve basic volleyball skills- learn the proper mechanics of the pass, block, hit, and serve. We will also touch on basic positions and plays. These skills will help you become more competitive, but in a fun laid back environment. Club meets Sunday evenings in September to work on skills for 20-30 minutes, followed by a scrimmage for 30-60 minutes. All experience levels are welcome to play.

Yoga in the Park – FREE Vinyasa Yoga practice provided to Denver community members on Monday evenings at 7:00 (dates will be determined) near the Denver Library Butterfly Garden.  All skill levels welcome. Class will last roughly 45 minutes, children also welcome provided they do not interrupt the Yoga practice of others. Wear comfortable clothes and bring
a water bottle.  Also recommend a yoga mat or beach towel, an open mind & positive attitude! The health benefits of Yoga are evidence based and include stress reduction, increased flexibility,  improved strength and enhanced athletic performance. Practice will be led by Teresa Isaacson 200hr RYT; certified personal trainer & group fitness instructor

Music in the Park 2019
Aaron Smith June 7 5:30-8:30pm
Taylor Kobberdahl June 28 5:30-7:30
Travis Granberg July 12 5:30-8:30
Straightrun July 26 5:30-8:30
Movies in the Park 2019
Dumbo (Live Action) August 23 7-9:30