Sat. Oct 19th, 2019

Looking for some ways to enjoy the area outside of classes?

Wire wrapped jewelry class 
Just in time for Christmas,  Carbon Recreation is offering a wire-wrapped jewelry class.  Students will learn how to create a beautiful wearable wire-wrapped pendant that they can keep.  The fee is $35 per person and includes all materials needed to complete the project.  This class is for children and adults. Classes will be held Oct. 26 and 29.    
Cooking with Steve May   

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Wire wrapped jewelry class 
Just in time for Christmas,  Carbon Recreation is offering a wire-wrapped jewelry class.  Students will learn how to create a beautiful wearable wire-wrapped pendant that they can keep.  The fee is $35 per person and includes all materials needed to complete the project.  This class is for children and adults. Classes will be held Oct. 26 and 29.    
Cooking with Steve May   
Join master cook Steve May, Nov. 9 to learn how to prepare a meal.  Then invite someone to join you to enjoy your creation.  The fee is $35 per person and includes dinner for you and a guest.  Pork Tenderloin is main course, but you will also learn to make sides, rolls and a dessert. 
Black Dragon Mountain Bike Ride
Go on a 15-mile moderately difficult downhill ride on Nov. 5. Meet at 8 a.m. at Carbon Rec.  This ride is great for the whole family.  You must provide your bike, helmet, lunch and water.  The fee is $10 and includes transportation for the first 10 people registered.  We will stop at Ray’s Tavern in Green River on the way home.  All participants must pre-register. 
Thanksgiving Dinner in a Dutch Oven  
Dutch oven food is the best, right? Then why not have it for Thanksgiving?  Learn the art of making thanksgiving dinner in a Dutch oven from Layne Miller.  Class will be held Nov. 12 at 9 a.m. at Carbon Rec.  The fee is $45.  
Skiing at Park City Mountain Resort 
Carbon Rec. is taking registrations for a ski van to Park City Mountain Resort.  The fee is $100 for five trips.  Carbon Rec. provides the transportation only.  All other expenses including lift passes and rentals are the participant’s responsibility.  The first trip is Jan. 7.
Tumbling 
Carbon Rec.’s tumbling program Continues on Tuesdays at the Light House High School.  You can begin anytime.  The fee is $18 per month.  The instructor is Pineau Nielson.  This program is for all kids ages three and up. 
Men’s Basketball 
Carbon Rec. is taking teams for the upcoming men’s basketball season.  The fee is $435 per team.  There will be two divisions if there are enough teams.  League will be played on Mondays at Carbon High School. 
Junior Jazz Basketball 
Jr. Jazz is just around the corner.   The registration deadline is Nov. 1.  There are leagues for both boys and girls.   The fee is $36 or $46 with official Jr. Jazz jersey.  Gym space is limited so register early to secure your spot.  Volunteer coaches are needed.
Second-Grade Developmental Basketball  
Carbon Rec. is taking registrations for the upcoming second grade developmental-basketball league.  The registration deadline is Jan. 10 and the fee is $23.  Games and practices will be on Saturday mornings at Creekview Elementary.  Emphasis will be on skill development, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Kindergarten first-grade instructional Basketball 
Carbon Rec. is taking registrations for their kindergarten, first-grade instructional basketball program.  The fee is $18.  Instruction will begin Jan.16.  Play will be one day a week right after school.  Mondays they will meet at Wellington and Pinnacle Canyon, Tuesdays at Sally Mauro, Wednesdays at Castle Heights and Thursdays at Creekview.  
For more information call 636-3702 log on to www.carbonrec.com or visit us on Facebook.

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