Puyallup Parks and Recreation

Winter-Spring 2019

City of Puyallup Parks and Recreation offering family fun and fitness for all ages through Sports, Recreation classes, Camps, Fitness Center, Senior programming, Special Events and so much more.

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p 9 www.puyallupparksandrec.com Specialty Programs Retirement Planning Today Due to recent tax law changes, an un- certain future for Social Security and the shift toward employee-directed retire- ment plans, the need for sound financial strategies has never been greater. In this course you'll learn how to: create a plan to retire early, manage investment risks, use new tax laws to your advantage, make informed decisions about your company retirement plan, and adjust your estate plan to function properly under the new laws. Learn how to avoid the 10 biggest retirement planning mistakes! Whether your objective is to build a nest egg, pro- tect your assets, or preserve your lifestyle throughout retirement, this course helps you plan your future with confidence. This course includes a 226-page illustrated textbook. Instructor: Frank Gallo, CFP, Registered Investment Advisor When: Mondays, March 4-18, 6:15-8:30pm Saturdays, March 16-23, 9am-12pm Where: PAC/1 Fee: $59 Resident Discount: $49 *This Class Fills FAST* Beginning Watercolor This watercolor class is for beginners and those wanting to continue to further their understanding of this medium. Students will practice mixing colors and applying them using various techniques. We will complete several small paintings of nature and subjects of interest. Instructor: Betsy Ward Ages: Adults When: Saturdays, February 9-March 30, 10am-12pm Where: PRC/CENT Fee: $130 Supply List: Masking tape, 2 pieces of Arches 140 lb cold press paper, 22x30 inches, or a pad of Arches cold press paper, 12x16 inches or bigger. Canson and Strathmore brand papers are OK too. Masonite or thin plywood board about 20x20 inches , 2 small containers to hold water, DANIEL SMITH Alvaro Castagnet Master Artist 10-Color 5ml Watercolor Set (Item No: 285 610 016) or a combination of water colors with at least 10 colors (not too bright or neon), 2B pencil, kneaded eraser, water color brushes (such as Majestic Royal and Langnickel Short Handle Paint Brush Set, Deluxe Watercolor, 5-Piece), watercolor palette with mixing slot, exacto knife, 24 inch stainless steel cork ruler, paper towels, Frisket and applicator/masking fluid, masking tape Beginning Adult Tap Dance With a casual dress code and moderate pace, adult classes are great for those who danced years ago or who are starting for the first time. Tap shoes are recommended but a hard soled shoe that will make noise on a hard wood floor will work as well. The class will start with the basics and gradually work up to more intricate, rhyth- mic footwork. Dancing is a fun, enjoyable way to burn a few extra calories, develop muscle tone, and make new friends! Instructor: Ilauna Gamlieli Ages: Adults When: Tuesdays, February 5-March 12, 7-8pm Where: PRC/CENT Fee: $72 Resident Discount $60 Work for Puyallup Parks & Recreation We are always looking for creative, new ideas for classes that we can offer the citizens of Puyallup and the surrounding area. Do you have a passion, talent, or skill? Do you want to teach others about your area of expertise? Give us a call or send an email to get information on becoming an employee or independent contractor with the City of Puyallup. Contact: Tyler Eidson at 253-770-3325 or teidson@ci.puyallup.wa.us V.I.P.'s – Volunteers in Puyallup Need a way to get your school's required volunteer hours? Contact Tyler Eidson at 253-770-3325 or teidson@ci.puyallup. wa.us to find a project or event that works for you! Earn your hours, get some work experience, and have a great time doing it. Comeback Club The Comeback Club is a social/recreational group for adults who have experienced a traumatic brain injury (due to illness or accident). Activities include social games, board and table games, cards, crafts, theme nights, and monthly commu- nity outings. Family members/caregivers are welcome. Instructor: Sue Bender & Susie Sarachman Ages: 18 & Up When: Every Monday, 6-8pm Where: PAC/1 Fee: Free Want to volunteer? Call Tyler Eidson: 253-770-3325

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