Parent & Child Aquatics
Parents will participate in the pool with their child. This American Red Cross class is designed to help young children feel comfortable in and around the water. A certified water safety instructor will teach. Ages 6 months to 4 years old.

Sat Jan 11-March 1 (I)
April 5-May 31 (no 5/24) (II)
8:45-9:15 am (2-4 years) (Class A)
9:20-9:50 am (6-24 months) (Class B)
MV Patton Pool
$75 ($82 NM)

Learn to Swim
8 session classes! This program provides opportunities for achievement and allows smooth transition between levels of instruction. Activities offered at every level stimulate interest and motivate participants to advance to the next level of instruction. A certified water safety instructor will teach. Ages 4+
Sat Jan 11-March 1 (I)
April 5-May 31 (no 5/24) (II)
8-8:40 am (Level IV/V) (A)
9:55-10:35 am (Level III) (B)
10:40-11:10 am (Level II) (C)
11:15-11:45 am (Level I) (D)
11:50-12:20 pm (Preschool) (E) (ages 4-5)
12:25-1:05 pm (Adult) (F) (ages 18+)
MV Patton Pool
$75 ($82 NM)
Deep Water Workout

Deep water exercise class to challenge the whole body. This class will improve muscle tone, core strength and cardio fitness. Participants will use water exercise equipment to enhance the workout. Participants should feel comfortable in the deep water while wearing a flotation belt. Erica Hunter will instruct the class. Ages 16+

Mon & Wed 7:30-8:30 pm
Jan 6-Feb 26 (I)
March 10-April 30 (II)
MV Patton Pool
$100 ($107 NM)


Do you want more energy, decreased body aches, stamina & flexibility, along with improved core balance? Then join us for a shallow water, heart healthy exercise class. Move at your own pace as your own fitness level regulates you though an hour of stretching, strengthening, endurance moves, balance building and cardio exercises. Water exercise makes it possible for everyone to get active and improve your fitness level. Bonnie Leibold will instruct. Ages 16+

Tue & Thu 10:15-11 am
Jan 7-Feb 27 (I)
March 11-May 1 (II)
MV Patton Pool
$75 ($82 NM)

Arthritis Aquatics

Class is a warm-water exercise program which studies have shown to reduce pain, gain muscle strength and flexibility, improve joint function, and improve overall health. Class, which is led by a certified instructor, is designed to be a fun, safe way for people with
arthritis to exercise and stay fit. Ages 14+

Tue & Thu 11:15 am-12 noon
Jan 7-Feb 27 (I)
March 11-May 1 (II)
MV Patton Pool
$75 ($82 NM)

Aqua Zumba
Ditch the workout, join the Pool Party! This class is a safe and effective water-based workout that integrated the Zumba formula with the traditional aqua fitness discipline. Please bring/wear a bathing suit and towel. Ages 16+
Tue 7:30-8:30 pm
Jan 7-March 4 (I)
March 18-May 20 (II) (no 4/15)
MV Patton Pool
$63 ($70 NM)
Water Aerobics

This class combines aerobic conditioning and resistance training, with the added benefit of being gentle on the joints. Participants will develop cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength while enjoying motivating music and having fun in the pool. Ages 16+

Thu 7:30-8:30 pm
Jan 9-Feb 27 (I)
March 20-May 8 (II)
MV Patton Pool
$68 ($75 NM)

Lifeguard Certification

Interested in a great job as a lifeguard? Through videos, group discussion and handson practice, you’ll learn teamwork, rescue and surveillance skills, First Aid and CPR/AED and other skills you need to work as a lifeguard. Ages 15+

Sat & Sun March 15-23
9 am-6 pm
MV Patton Pool
$250 ($257 NV)

Splash Bash

An opportunity to splash with your friends and family. Enjoy swimming, floating, diving and fun in the water.

Fri Jan 24, Feb 21, Mar 14, April 25, May 23
7:30-9:30 pm
MV Patton Pool

Baton Twirling

Twirling is a very beautiful sport that is represented at many high school and college football games. It is a very prestigious art form
that some pursue and compete at national and world levels. Baton twirling develops fine motor skills, marching techniques, dance skills
and teaches you how to work together as a team. Participants must bring a baton. Call for information to purchase and measure.

Sat Jan 11-March 1 (I)
March 15-May 10 (no 4/19) (II)
3-4 pm (ages 6-12) (A)
4:15-4:45 pm (ages 3-6) (B)
CC Gym
$45 (A) $25 (B) ($7 additional for NM)

Roller Skating Nights  

All ages are invited to come out for a fun night of skating at Doc’s Roller Rink. No pre-registration is required.

Jan 15, Feb 12, Mar 11, April 9 & May 14
6-8 pm
Doc’s Roller Review
$5/night ($2 skate rental if needed)


Beginner class is for anyone who has not taken gymnastics and would like to learn the basic skills. Intermediate class is for older children and children who have some gymnastics experience. Basic skills will be reviewed progressing to more advanced skills when the child is ready.
Cassie Ernest & Angela Varney will instruct. Ages 6-12

Thu Feb 6-March 20 (I)
April 3-May 15 (II)
5:45-6:45 pm (Beg) (A)
6:45-7:45 pm (Int) (B)
7:45-8:45 pm (Adv) (C)
CC Gym
$65 ($72 NM)

Youth Indoor Soccer Program

Led by E-town College soccer players. For girls and boys in grades 1-3. Designed to be instructional and provide an opportunity for youth to participate in low-key games. Fee includes a t-shirt.

Sat Feb 15-March 29 (no 3/8)
10-11 am
CC Gym
$45 ($52 NM)

Youth Soccer Program

Instructional and low competitive soccer program for boys and girls in grades 1-5. Fee includes a t-shirt.

Sat April 12-May 31 (no 5/24)
9-10:30 am
Fairview Elementary
$45 ($52 NM)

Babysitter's Training Course

Get the training you need to handle any babysitting situation! Learn to supervise and care for infants through early teens. In addition to basic care for infants (holding, diapering, feeding, etc.), first aid and choking intervention will be taught. Participants will receive certification upon completion of necessary time requirements. Please bring a bag lunch. Instructor is an American Red Cross Certified Instructor. Ages 11 & up

Sat 3- 9 pm
Feb 22 (I)
April 19 (II)
CC Lobby
$90 ($97 NM)

SAT Prep Course

This course is an essential step to help you reach your college admission goals. The course is 10 hours of instruction by Beth Wagner who is a qualified, experienced and certified teacher. It will familiarize students with the test directions, the types of questions and teach necessary skills for SAT success in math, reading and writing. Instructor will work to lower testing anxiety and improve test taking ability. Fee includes The Official SAT Study Guide, 2nd Edition. The SAT examination is on October 5. Register early. Class size is limited. Grades 9-12

Mon & Wed Feb 24-March 5 (I)
Wed & Thu April 23-May 1 (II)
6-8:30 pm
MS Room 1130
$99 ($106 NM)

Middle School Lacrosse Club

Program will teach the basics of lacrosse through practices and games. For boys in grades 7 & 8. Registration forms will be distributed hrough the Elizabethtown Area Middle School. Parents meeting is Tuesday, January 16 at 7 pm in Rec Room #1. Mon-Fri March 10-May

Mon-Fri March 10-May

Boys Middle School Volleyball League  

GEARS is gauging interest levels in hopes of joining a Boys Middle School Volleyball League this Spring! If you are interested, please call the GEARS office at 367-0355 to be put on the sign-up sheet! More information will follow.

Beginner Tennis Lessons

Class focused on building basic tennis fundamentals and cultivating a love of the game through drills and fun games. Brenda & Audrey McBride will instruct. Ages 7-11

Tue May 6-June 3
6-7 pm
MV Tennis Courts
$43 ($50 NM)

Beg/Int Tennis Lessons

For players who are beyond the beginner level but need work refining their technique. Focus will be on moving, hitting, and match play skills.
Recommended for those aspiring to play high school tennis. Brenda & Audrey McBride will instruct. Ages 12-16.

Tue May 6-June 3
7-8 pm
MV Tennis Courts
$43 ($50 NM)

Hershey Track & Field

Boys and girls ages 9-14 are invited to participate in the running, throwing and jumping events. Local meet winners can qualify for a chance to go to the North American Finals held in Hershey. Athletes can participate in 2 track and 1 field event or 1 track and 2 field events. This is a rain or shine event.

Sat May 31
9 am
HS Track

Hershey Track & Field Form
Scribble with Scribbles

Experience expressing with a variety of artful mediums. Scribbles, the Artspress mascot will lead participants on an expressive journey
through art. Activities are geared toward age-appropriate expressing with the arts that allow the participant to experience the joy of
artful expression. Fee includes supplies used during program. Ages 4-5

Tue 10-11 am
Jan 21 (I), Feb 4 (II), Feb 18 (III), March 4 (IV), March 18 (V), April 1 (VI), April 15 (VII), April 29 (VIII), May 6 (IX) or May 20 (X)
Artspress Studio
$30 ($37 NM)

Designed to develop gross motor skills, movement, creativity, physical development and body awareness, while learning numbers, colors, shapes and songs. Age 2.

Jan 14-Feb 18 (I)
March 11-April 15 (II)
5:45-6:15 pm
CC Green Room
$67 ($74 NM)

Developmental dance/movement and fitness program taught on 3 levels, teaching the basics of ballet, tap, acrobatics and creative movement while blending educational concepts. Ages 3-6.
Jan 14-Feb 18 (I)
March 11-April 15 (II)
6:25-7:10 pm
CC Green Room
$86 ($93 NM)

A developmental floor gymnastics program with emphasis on social and gross motor development, physical fitness and movement education, while learning numbers, colors, shapes and words. Ages 3-6.
Jan 14-Feb 18 (I)
March 11-April 15 (II)
7:20-7:50 pm
CC Green Room
$67 ($74 NM)
KinderTot, KinderDance and KinderGym classes are taught by instructors certified and trained who specialize in teaching dance, motor development, gymnastics, creative movement and fitness to young children.

This class will help develop large and small motor skills in a fun learning environment while introducing the fundamentals of gymnastics. Angela Varney & Elyse Shultz will instruct. Ages 3-6

Thu 5-5:45 pm
Feb 6-March 20 (I)
April 3-May 15 (II)
CC Gym
$55 ($62 NM)

Iddy Biddy Indoor Soccer

Instructors will teach basic soccer skills such as kicking, foot placement, dribbling, passing and trapping. Participants will start to become
familiar with the game of soccer. Emphasis will be placed on social skills. Fee includes a t-shirt. Ages 3-5

Sat Feb 15-March 29 (no 3/8)
9-10 am (A)
11 am-12 noon (B)
CC Gym
$45 ($52 NM)

Iddy Biddy Soccer

Kick-start into Spring with our soccer program. Coaches will teach basic soccer skills such as kicking, foot placement, dribbling, passing and trapping. Participants will become familiar with the game of soccer. Emphasis will also be placed on social skills. Fee includes a t-shirt. Ages 3-5

Sat April 12-May 31 (no 5/24)
9-10 am (A)
10-11 am (B)
11 am-12 noon (C)
Fairview Elementary
$45 ($52 NM)

Iddy Biddy Tennis

Fun way for little players to become familiar with basics of tennis fundamentals and equipment, while developing hand-eye coordination and
movement skills. Brenda & Audrey McBride will instruct. Ages 4-6

Tue May 6-June 3
5:15-6 pm
MV Tennis Courts
$38 ($45 NM)

Session I: January 6-March 6
Session II: March 17-May 15
Discover Dance
Class is designed to encourage younger children in a fun way to express themselves through several dance disciplines (ballet, jazz & creative movement). Dancers will develop body awareness, gross motor skills, rhythm and flexibility. Ages 3-5
$45 ($52 NM)
Tap Class
Optional class for dance classes that are before or after to learn Tap.


Boys Jazz Dance
Class is designed to encourage boys to express themselves in a fun way through jazz and hiphop. Dancers will learn the basics of dance as well as a high energy routine specifically choreographed for boy dancers! Ages 3-7

$35 ($42 NM)

Mommy & Me
Class is designed to encourage younger children to express themselves through dance in a fun way with support from Mom. Dancers will develop body awareness, gross motor skills, rhythm and flexibility. Dancers and Mothers will learn the foundations of Ballet. Ages 2-3.5

$35 ($42 NM)

Hip Hop
Class is designed to introduce dancers to hip-hop. Dancers will learn a high energy hip-hop routine! They will also learn core strengthening exercises and focus on flexibility. Ages 5-12

$35 ($42 NM)

Cheer Dance & Tumbling
This class is designed to teach younger children the basics of cheerleading and tumbling. Students will learn one cheer dance, multiple cheers and basic tumbling moves. Ages 4-6.

$35 ($42 NM)

Classic Combo
Fun, technically sound introduction of tap, ballet and jazz. This class is geared to work with each child’s ability level to build confidence and a love for dance. Tap shoes are required. Ballet shoes are optional. Ages 6-12

$55 ($62 NM)

Devin Siebert will instruct all dance classes. She has 18 years of dance experience in ballet, tap & jazz.
Continuing Education  
Take a Journey Through Artspression

Workshop is based on a belief that peace in everyday life can be achieved by channeling emotions through an artistic process aimed at creating logic and focus. You will learn how to use artistic principles to identify and assess your emotion in an logical way so you can focus on what is truly important to you. Fee includes supplies used during workshop and a sketch pad to take home. Ages 18+

Jan 11 (I), Feb 8 (II), March 8 (III), April 12 (IV) & May 10 (V)

9-11 am
Artspress Studio, 336 S. Market Street, Elizabethtown
$60 ($67 NR)

Introduction to Duplicate Bridge

Players should have a basic knowledge of bidding systems. Each class starts with a 10 minute mini-lesson, followed by a duplicatestyle
bridge game. Fee includes handouts and a fun filled evening. Pre-registration is required.

Mon Jan 13-March 3
6-8 pm
CC Room
$10 ($14 NV)

Medicare Madness
The Basics of Medicare Explained
Are you age 64 or older? If so, this class will explain the Medicare Open Enrollment process, outline Medicare Parts A, B, C and D, describe the difference between a Medicare Supplemental (Medigap) and a Medicare Advantage Plan, and provide important definitions. Additionally, we will walk through how to find a plan that best fits your needs and how to obtain needs-based assistance through the federal and state government. Jonathan Ebersole currently works in the health insurance industry and has over six years of experience working with Medicare and healthcare plans. He has a Masters
in Business Administration from Millersville University.
Wed 6-8 pm
Jan 15 (I), March 19 (II) or May 21 (III)
Rec Room #1
$10 ($14 NM)
ASA Umpire
Course will instruct participants in the rules of slow, modified and fast-pitch softball. Positioning of umpires will be stressed. Participants
will be certified ASA Umpires upon successful completion of the course. Wear comfortable clothes. Class will be lead by Tom Libhart, Umpire in Chief. Participants must pay instructor $5 at first class for rulebook, handouts and certification. Ages 14+

Mon Feb 3-March 10
7-9 pm
Rec Room #1
$28 ($35 NM)

Getting Paid to Talk, Making Money with Your Voice
An Introduction to professional voice acting

Have you ever been told that you have a great voice? This exciting class will explore numerous aspects of voice over work for television, film, radio, audio books, documentaries and the internet in your area. We will cover all the basics, including how to prepare the all - important demo, how to be successful and earn great income in this exciting field. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to hear examples of demos recorded by professional voice actors. Class participants will even have a chance to record a commercial script under the direction of our Voicecoaches. com producer! This class is informative, lots of fun, and a great first step for anyone interested in voice acting professionally.

Tue March 11
6:30-9 pm
Rec Room #1
$25 ($31 NM)

AARP Driver Safety Program
Four-hour refresher course for people who have previously taken the eight-hour course. Course may fulfill requirements for a continuing insurance discount from any auto insurer doing business in PA. All participants MUST bring evidence of previous course completion to receive a certificate. Participants must also bring a valid PA drivers license. Gene O’Brien will instruct. Ages 50+

Wed March 19 from 2-6 pm (I)
Tue May 6 from 5-9 pm (II)
$15 AARP Member Senior Center
$20 AARP Non-Member

Smart Driver
8-hour classroom course is designed to meet the needs of older drivers. Participants sharpen driving skills, develop strategies for adjusting to age related changes in vision, hearing and reaction time, and learn about the effects of medication on driving performance. Available to all motorists age 50 and older. This is a Penn Dot approved course and may entitle you to a discount on your auto insurance (check with your agent). Participants must bring a current driver’s license. Gene O’Brien will instruct.

Tue & Wed March 25 & 26
2-6 pm
$15 AARP Member Senior Center
$20 AARP Non-Member

Canine Fast Track Basic Obedience
Class is geared toward the canine team (dog/owner) for learning basic obedience (sit down, hold, stay, walking on a leash, coming when called, etc.), problem solving (barking, house training, play biting, etc.) and tricks! Focus will be on basic commands with positive reinforcement. Handlers must be 16 years old. Dogs must be at least 3 months old. Bring a 6-foot leash (fabric or leather), dog treats and proof of vaccination. Recommended that dog receives Kennel Cough Vaccine.

Tue April 1-22
7-8 pm
E-town Fairgrounds
$50 ($57 NM)

Bring a 6-foot leash (fabric or leather), dog treats and proof of vaccination. Recommended that dog receives Kennel Cough Vaccine.

Canine Rally Manner
This class is designed for dogs that have already completed a beginner class. The class will focus on strengthening basic commands, sit/down, stay, walking on a leash, etc. Class will also begin some basic training for the canine good citizen test and rally obedience. Handlers must be 16 years old. Bring a 6-foot leash (fabric or leather), dog treats and proof of vaccination. Recommended that dog receives Kennel Cough Vaccine.

Tue April 1-22
8-9 pm
E-town Fairgrounds
$50 ($57 NM)

Bring a 6-foot leash (fabric or leather), dog treats and proof of vaccination. Recommended that dog receives Kennel Cough Vaccine.

Deb Haldeman has 18 years of training experience in obedience conformation and therapy.
Power Yoga
Class focuses on strength, balance and flexibility while linking mind and body through breath. Sun salutations, standing and seated postures, balance poses & intense relaxation combined in one class that allows the beginner or advanced yoga student to enjoy an invigorating and fulfilling experience. Ages 16+

Mon 6-7 pm
Jan 6-March 3 (I)
March 17-May 12 (II)
MV Carpenter Chapel
$90 ($97 NM)

Yoga 101
Yoga for beginners is a great way to learn the poses and breathe without feeling lost. Each pose is broken down slowly and safely giving
you time to feel the pose and learn the benefits of each pose. Ages 16+

Wed 9-10 am
Jan 8-March 5 (I)
March 19-May 14 (II)
MV Lodge Meeting Room
$90 ($97 NM)

Yoga Level II

Emerge yourself deeper into your yoga poses with our Level II. This class will teach you to lead with your breathe and go deeper into each pose. A great class to turn up your modifications and take yourself inward. Detoxifying, strengthening and lengthening of the muscles will be achieved. Previous yoga experience a plus and/or Yoga 101. Ages 16+

Wed 10-11 am
Jan 8-March 5 (I)
March 19-May 14 (II)
MV Lodge Meeting Room
$90 ($97 NM)

Hatha Flow

Multi-level class incorporates yoga poses, conscious breathing and a meditative focus to foster strength, flexibility and relaxation. Each class includes the following phases: checking in and warming up; building heat and awakening energy; focused strength, balance and breath work; deep stretching and a final relaxation. Various options will be provided for more or less intensity throughout the class so that it is tailored to individual participant needs. Participants should wear layers of comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat, strap and block. Class will be taught by Charla Lorenzen, a certified Hatha Yoga instructor. No experience necessary. Ages 14+

Thu 6-7 pm
Jan 9-Feb 27 (I)
March 20-May 8 (II)
MV Carpenter Chapel
$65 ($72 NM)

Dahn Yoga

Class will help you channel your energy more efficiently, breathe more deeply, and become stronger and more flexible. The class combines breathing and relaxation techniques, physical exercise, yoga, stretching, kigong, visualization and meditation. Learn how to shift your focus from outside to within yourself. Through breathing postures, you will gather energy in your core, leaving you feeling strong, calm, and fresh. Bring your own mat or towel. Ages 14+.

Wed 6:30-7:45 pm
Jan 15-March 5 (I)
March 26-May 14 (II)
MV Carpenter Chapel
$55 ($62 NM)
Zumba Gold
A toned-down version of Zumba! A fun aerobics-type class, part dance and part fitness, based primarily on Latin American & International style music. Geared to the deconditioned person/beginner exerciser and the active older adult. For those that may be hesitant to go “full-out” for whatever reason, Zumba Gold is the way to go! Judy McMillen is a licensed Zumba Gold Instructor. Ages 14+

Mon 6-6:45 pm
Jan 13-March 3 (I)
March 17-May 5 (II)
MV Memorial Hall Gym
$45 ($52 NM)

Zumba is a dance fitness class that fuses motivational musical rhythms and unique moves to create a dynamic workout system designed to be FUN and EASY TO DO! The routines feature interval training where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning calories. Add some Latin flavor and International zest into the mix and you’ve got Zumba! Ditch the Workout, join the party! Less than $5 per class! Classes are taught by a licensed Zumba fitness instructor. Ages 14+

Tues Class
Jan 7-March 4 (I)
March 18-May 20 (no 4/15) (II)

Thu Class
Jan 9-March 6 (I)
March 20-May 22 (no 4/17) (II)

6-7 pm
MV Memorial Hall Gym
$45/class/sess ($52 NM)

Core & Strength
Whether you are a serious athlete or someone who wants a fun challenge, this class is for you. You will learn techniques that will work your arms, legs and core through Pilates. You will also learn how to maintain a workout plan and how to stay healthy. Please bring a yoga mat or towel. Ages 14+.

Sat 5-6 pm
Jan 11-March 1 (I)
March 15-May 10 (no 4/19) (II)
CC Gym
$40 ($47 NM)

Intro to Tai Chi
For people new to Tai Chi or have not practiced in years. A simple 10-step Taiji form introduces students to the basic postures appearing in many Tai Chi forms. Attention will be given to relaxation, basic alignment and how to move safely. Ben Ninmann has been teaching Tai Chi for 9 years. Ages 16+.

Tue 7-8 pm
an 14-March 18 (I)
April 1-June 3 (II)
Rheems Elementary
$95 ($102 NM)
Advanced Tai Chi
After learning the 10-step form in the Intro class, participants will take the postures and learn to integrate them with new moves. Sword and other weapon forms are gradually introduced and integrated with additional hand forms. Ben Ninmann has been teaching Tai Chi for 9 years. Ages 16+.

Tue 8-9 pm
Jan 14-March 18 (I)
April 1-June 3 (II)
Rheems Elementary
$95 ($102 NM)

Oxygen Aromatherapy - Pamper Your Mind
Breathing higher concentrations of oxygen for short periods of time (30 minutes or less) has several benefits; the most commonly reported benefits are increased energy, an uplifted refreshed feeling, clearing of the mind, relief of headaches, relief of stress and promotion of higher concentration levels. Oxygen is also a proven detoxifier and has anti-aging properties. Learn more over a cup of organic herbal tea and enjoy an oxygen aromatherapy experience during this workshop. Ages 18+

Thu 7:30-9 pm
Jan 30 (I), Feb 27 (II), March 27 (III), April 24 (IV) or May 29 (V)
Artspress Studio
$20 ($25 NM)

Spin N' Sculpt
Want to burn 400-600 calories, improve your cardiovascular fitness, increase muscle tone and have fun exercising without impacting your
joints? Try this 45 minute indoor cycling class combined with 15 minutes of toning/core. Participants will climb hills, hit jumps and ride through valleys. You will be addicted to this major calorie burning class in no time! Don’t forget your workout towel and water! All fitness levels are welcome. Ages 16+

Tue & Thu 6-7 pm
Feb 18-April 3 (I)
April 15-May 29 (II)
Rec Room #4
$75 ($82 NM)

Walk at your own pace in the comfort of a gym. Rain or shine. Check in each day at the Community Center office. Available to all ages.

Mon -Fri Jan 2-May 30 (no 4/18 & 5/26)
8:30-9:30 am
CC Gym
FREE; Registration required

Moo-Duk-Kwan Karate
Gain self-defense, self-discipline and self-respect with physical fitness benefits with year-round instruction for children and adults. This is a Korean Martial Art with a white through black belt system. Roger Engle, a 7th degree black belt, has taught GEARS karate since 1978. Ages 5+

Mon, Tue & Thu 6-7:30 pm
Jan 2-30 (I)
Feb 3-27 (II)
March 3-31 (III)
April 1-29 (IV)
May 1-29 (V) (no 5/26)
MS Wrestling Room
$45/month ($52 NM)

Power Volleyball  
Bump, set, spike! High school age through adults are invited to enjoy pick-up games of power volleyball.

Fri Jan 3-May 23 (no 4/18)
6:30-9:30 pm
MS Aux Gym
$4/Day ($5/Day NM)

Pickle-Ball is a combination of tennis and badminton played on a badminton sized court with lightweight paddles and plastic perforated balls (much like wiffle balls). These elements produce exciting, long rallies which consist of volleys at the net and ground strokes similar to tennis. Equipment is available.
Tue Jan 7-May 27
12-2 pm
CC Gym
$4/Day ($5/Day NM)
Smash! Men, women and children are invited to play the exciting sport of badminton. Equipment is available.
Jan 6-May 30 (no 4/18)
Wed 11:30 am-2 pm
Fri 6-9 pm
CC Gym
$4/Day ($5/Day NM)
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Recreational Basketball League  

Local area recreational basketball league. 10-game schedule with playoffs. Fans are welcome to attend these exciting games..

Sun & Tues Jan 7-March 25
6:30-10:30 pm
E-town BIC Gym

Church Coed Sixes Volleyball League  

Local area church volleyball coed sixes league. 10-match season with playoffs.

Mon & Tues Feb 10-April 28
6-10 pm
HS Gyms

Street Hockey League  

League for men and women ages 18+. Players will need sticks, helmets, elbow, knee and shin pads, athletics shoes and mouth guards. Anyone interested should call the GEARS office at 367-0355.

Poplar Street Park Hockey Rink

League Information
Women's Fast Pitch Softball League  

Competitive fast-pitch softball league developed for high school age through adults. 12-game season with playoffs.

Sun, Tues & Thurs June 1-August
6:30 & 8 pm
E-town Park Softball Field

League Information
Doubles Volleyball Tournament

CASH PRIZES!! Indoor pool-play tournament in two-person men & women doubles volleyball.

Sat Feb 22 8:30 am
Daubert Gym/Old HS Gym/MS Gym
$60 (Paid Pre-registration)
$80 (Walk-On)

"Spring Mix" Golf Tournament
Sponsored by Dr. Dale Treese, DDS. Join us for the 8th Annual Two Person“Spring Mix” golf tournament for local golf enthusiasts. Fee includes greenfees, cart, dinner, awards and door prizes. Tournament will benefit the GEARS Summer Playground program.

Fri April 25
1 pm (shotgun start)
Sunset Golf Course

Atlantic City Escape

Join us for a two-night stay at Resorts Casino in Atlantic City. Monday and Tuesday are to enjoy on your own. Wednesday after checkout there will be a stop at a mystery casino and you will receive a casino package to use. Trip includes transportation, two nights lodging, two buffets, two $5 meal credits, $20 in slot play, baggage handling, taxes, and gratuities.

Mon-Wed Jan 20-22
depart 8:30 am
MoviE-town Parking Lot
$199/person (based on double occ)
($206 NM)

Williamsburg President’s Day Weekend

Enjoy the 18th century capital city of Virginia over this Presidents Day Weekend. Trip includes transportation, 1 night lodging at the Clarion Inn Historic District, buffet breakfast, maps, coupon books, welcome reception, luggage handling, and taxes. Colonial Williamsburg Pass and Kings Arms Colonial Tavern Dinner cost extra.

Sat & Sun Feb 15 & 16
depart 6:30 am
MoviE-town Parking Lot
$135/person (based on double occ) ($142 NM)
Philadelphia Flower Show

This is the world’s biggest and oldest indoor flower show. The 2014 flower show will focus on how landscapes, gardens, and floral arrangements have inspired artists from the Old Masters, to the Impressionists, to today’s Post Modernists. Trip includes transportation,
flower show admission and taxes.

Sat March 1
HS Parking Lot
$79 ($86 NM)

Motown the Musical

Motown charts fonder Berry Gordy’s journey from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and many more. The musical brings to life the true story of barrier-shattering Motown Records and its founder Berry Gordy, who fights against improbable odds to turn his dream into a reality. Trip Includes transportation, rear mezzanine seats, coupons, and taxes.

Wed March 19
depart 7 am
MoviE-town Parking Lot
$169 ($176 NM)

Washington DC Cherry Blossoms

Spend the day in our Nation’s Capital and explore this exciting city while the beautiful cherry blossoms are in bloom. Trip includes transportation, Smithsonian map, National Zoo option, and Macy’s coupon.

Sat April 12
depart 7 am
HS Parking Lot
$59 ($66 NM)

St. Michaels Crab Picken’ and Wine Festival

Trip includes transportation, guide service, cruise, luncheon, all admissions, winefest, taxes, and meal/guide gratuities

Sat April 26
depart 6:30 am
MoviE-town Parking Lot
$138 ($145 NM)
Hudson Valley featuring Culinary Institute

When you arrive, you will tour The Culinary Institute of America and then dine in one of their four dining rooms. Afterwards you will tour the magnificent Vanderbilt Mansion poised above the Hudson River. Trip includes transportation, culinary lunch, tour of Vanderbilt Mansion,
and guide services.

Wed May 21
depart 6 am
MoviE-town Parking Lot
$159 ($166 NM)

Gardens of New England

The Garden Series presents: Roger Swain and the Gardens of Massachusetts and Maine, with George Weigel. Enjoy 5 days of amazing tours in New York, Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire.

Fri-Tue June 27-July 1
HS Parking Lot
$899/person (based on double occ) ($905 NM)

New York City - Salute America

Arrive at Battery Park to meet your guide and board the ferry to Ellis Island. You will have time to tour Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Afterwards you will depart to the 9/11 Memorial. Trip includes transportation, Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty Monument Pass, Ferry, 9/11 Memorial donation, and taxes.

Sat July 12
HS Parking Lot
$109 ($116 NM)
Aladdin on Broadway

Experience Aladdin, Disney’s new Broadway musical! With its timeless story, extravagant sets, costumes, and a host of memorable
characters and songs, Aladdin will transport you to a place you only know in your dreams. Discover a whole new world, in a whole new
way! Trip includes transportation, tickets, and a NYC map.

Wed Aug 6
MoviE-town Parking Lot
$169 ($176 NM)
Ocean City Maryland

Check into the Days Inn on the Boardwalk and enjoy the beach and everything it has to offer. Trip includes transportation, 4 nights lodging,
luggage handling, luggage tags, and all taxes.

Sun-Thu Aug 17-21
HS Parking Lot
$449/person (based on double occ) ($456 NM)
Additional 2014 Trips

Baltimore Tall Ships Star Spangled Celebration
Sat Sept 13

Finger Lakes Winery Tour
Sat-Sun Oct 18-19

Radio City Music Hall
Sat Nov 22

NYC On Your Own
Sat Dec 6
Special Needs  
Winter Wonderland
Entertaining evening for individuals with mental and/or physical challenges. This event will include winter games, activities and snacks. Pre-registration is required. Families are welcome to stay.

Sat Feb 22
6:30-8 pm
CC Gym
$25 ($31 NM)

Spring Fling
Fun afternoon for individuals with mental and/or physical challenges. This event will include spring games, activities and
snacks. Pre-registration is required. Families are welcome to stay.

Sat April 5
2-3:30 pm
MS Gym
$5 ($9 NM)

Special Events  
Daddy/Daughter Dance
Fathers, escort your daughters to a special night of fun! Dad not available? Bring your grandfather, uncle, older adult brother or your favorite family friend as your escort. Enjoy arts & crafts, games, snacks and of course, dancing! Registration deadline is Fri, Feb 7.

Fri, Feb 14
6:30-8 pm
MV Salon 1

Heroes vs Legends  
Join us for the 2nd annual Heroes vs Legends benefit basketball game. Players that night will include EASD faculty members and coaches, former E-town Bear and Blue Jay basketball stars and other local community members.
This game will benefit the EASD Capital Campaign and GEARS. The night will include audience participation, give aways, contests and an entertaining basketball game.

Fri, Feb 21
7 pm
Daubert Gym
$5/person (4 & under is free)

Mother/Daughter Tea
Mothers and daughters, enjoy a special night of fun! Bring your grandmother, aunt, older sister or favorite family friend. The evening will include crafts, music and refreshments. Registration deadline is Fri, May 2.
Fri, May 9
6:30-8 pm
MV Lodge Dining Room
Come out and join the Easter Bunny for a free egg hunt for kids ages 12 and
under! Other activities will include inflatable slides, bounce houses, balloon
artists, arts & crafts, concession and more! Don’t miss the adult egg hunt with
prizes! Check online for exact hunt times.

Sat, April 12
10 am
Elizabethtown Community Park

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1. On-Line
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2. Fax-In 367-4138
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4. Mail-In
GEARS, 600 East High Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022.  
5. Walk-In
Drop by our office (lower level of the E-town Middle School).  
Office Hours
8 am - 4 pm
Monday - Friday

Registration Form