GolfMen and women meet on Tuesday mornings for a round of golf at Greenway Park Golf Course (110 Greenway Drive). Each week players will be assigned a partner and participate in various fun golf games. In addition to the league registration fee, golfers will pay the green fees to the course. For more information, call Kim Hollingsworth at 303.464.5536.
Enjoy the camaraderie with fellow active adults and experience the health benefits that this sport provides. Join one of our senior softball teams. Experienced or not, everyone is welcome. League play begins in April. The Monday league players must be 70 years old by December 31 of the current year. The Wednesday league is for those players at least 50 years old by December 31 of the current year. For more information, call Robin at 303.464.5504.
Free Agent Sign-Up
Are you an individual who really wants to play a sport but you do not have a team to play on? Give us a call and we will put you on our player pool list. When teams call us looking for players, we will try to match you up with their needs. Call Hannah 303.464.5510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A Note to Parents Concerning Registration
Youth sports programs will take registrations until the program is full. This may happen before the price change. If your child is interested in playing or you are interested in your child playing please register early.
We rely on volunteers to coach the youth sports programs. We will train you on the basics of coaching and teach you the basic skills the children should be taught. All it takes is a willingness and interest in helping children. For information on all youth sports, email email@example.com.
For information on coaching all youth sports please contact Angela Delier at 303.464.5542.
Teams will practice twice a week during the week and play games against other CARA teams on Saturdays. Team Jerseys are provided. Approved lacrosse helmet, stick, arms pads, shoulder pads, gloves and mouth guard must be worn for the league. Teams will travel for some games against other CARA teams. For more information, please call James at 303.464.5546.
Recreational Volleyball is offered twice a year in the Spring and in the Fall. In the Spring we offer programs for grades 2nd-4th, 5th-6th and 7th-8th. For the 2nd-4th grade it is a 30 minute practice followed by a 30 minute scrimmage. For the 5th-8th grade divisions there is a 1 hour practice either on Monday or Tuesday and an hour game on Thursdays. In the Fall we offer programs for 2nd-4th and 4th-6th. It is a 30 minute practice followed by a 30 minute scrimmage. For more information call Hannah at 303.464.5510.
C.A.R.A Tennis & Tennis Lessons
Tennis Lessons and Team CARA Tennis are offered during the Summer Only. Lessons are offered for age divisions 5-6, 7-10, 11-12 and 13-15. Lessons are offered in the morning at Community Park Tennis Court (55 Community Park Road) and lessons are offered in the evening at Legacy High School (2701 West 136th Avenue). Team CARA Tennis is offered in the morning at Community Park Tennis Courts for age divisions 7-10, 11-14 and 15-18. Matches are on Fridays against other agencies in the North Denver Metro Area. Participants must supply their own racket and wear tennis shoes. For more information contact Hannah at 303.464.5510.
This recreational program combines learning fundamentals, practice and games. Practices are once or twice a week with games played one or two nights a week. A skills assessment for ages 9-15 years old will happen prior to team formation. Due to weather and scheduling game/practice days may fluctuate. For more information, please contact Hannah at 303.464.5510.
This recreational program combines learning fundamentals, practice and league play. Practices are once or twice a week with games played one or two times a week. A skills assessment for ages 8-15 years old will happen prior to team formation. For more information call James at 303.464.5546.
Little Sluggers & Tball
Little Sluggers is a 6-week program for boys and girls that are 4 years old. Participant must be 4 years old before the start of the program. The program is on Saturdays only with a half-hour game following a half-hour practice. All participants need to bring their own glove. For more information, contact Vickie at 303.464.5522.
Girls Tball is a 7-week program for girls 5-7 years. Participant must be 5 years old before the start of the program. Practice/games will be on Saturdays with half-hour game following a half-hour practice. All participants need to bring their own glove. For more information, please call Vickie at 303.464.5522.
Boys Tball is a 6-week program for boys 5-6 years. Participants must be 5 years old before the start of the program. They will have one practice and one game a week. All participants need to bring their own glove. For more information, please call James at 303.464.5546.
C.A.R.A Track & Cross Country
C.A.R.A Track has two sessions during the summer a morning and an evening. The morning session meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8a to 10a. The evening session meets Tuesday and Thursdays from 6p to 8p. Both sessions are for ages 5 to 15 years old. Participants are able to compete in C.A.R.A. track meets on Saturday mornings. For more information call Angela at 303.464.5542.
Cross Country is a fall program for ages 7-14.Participants are encouraged to be able to jog/run a minimum of 10 minutes continuously prior to the first practice. Participants have the opportunity to compete in meets on Saturdays or Sundays. For more information contact Angela at 303.464.5542.303.464.5542.
The Little Dribblers Program (Kindergarten-2nd Grade) meet on Saturdays for a 30 minute practice followed by a 30 minute scrimmage for 6 weeks. The Youth Basketball Program (3rd-8th Grade) have an 8-game season with one or two practices a week and games played on Saturdays. Participants sign up individually and are then placed on teams following a mini camp. Mini camp dates will be available at the time of registration. For additional information, please call Angela at 303.464.5542.
We are looking for both players and coaches for Gold Crown Volleyball and Basketball. Tryouts are in mid-August. Please check our website, BroomfieldRecreation.com in July for more information. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. To sign-up in advance for tryouts visit broomfieldathletics.com and click on the Gold Crown Sign-Up.
What is Gold Crown Volleyball or Gold Crown Basketball?
The Gold Crown program (volleyball and/or basketball) is intended to help in the development of athletes who desire to play for their High School Volleyball and/or Basketball program.
Gold Crown teams consist of grades 6th to 8th that will compete in either the Silver or Gold level of play (level is determined by the coaching staff for each individual program). Although the program is for 6th to 8th grades, younger players are eligible to tryout/play but must play up to at least the 6th grade level so if your player is younger but has the ability to play he/she is more than welcome to tryout!
Here's the Broomfield area Gold Crown info:
- Tryouts are mandatory.
- It is a tryout. Not all athletes trying out will make a team.
- Players do not get to select a team to play on. Requests are not accepted.
- If you are selected to play on a team your coach will tell you the costs.
- The player fees will vary depending on the team.
- Practices will start late August/early September (for volleyball) and November for basketball. Each team will typically have 2 practices per week. Days and times are determined at a later date and may not be known until after tryouts.
- Volleyball games will typically be played at the Gold Crown Field House (Alameda and Harland) and typically are played on Sundays.
- Basketball typically plays at various sites in the metro area and typically played on Sundays.
- Volleyball season runs from August thru November. Basketball season usually runs November through February.
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