Adult Programs

Family Dog Manners
Beginning level class for dogs 5 months and older and owners who want to teach their dog manners and learn about canine behavior. Class provides training & management tools to teach your dog their job within your family and enrich your relationship. Paying attention, sit, down, stay, polite greetings, coming when called and loose leash walking are some of the behaviors taught. Weekly training topic provided.   

Dog Obedience Classes
Dog Manners 1           410101-DM
Dog Manners 2           410101-D2

Fee:                $100/Session
Meets:            Mondays 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Location:        Academy Cafeteria
Session 1:      March 11-April 22 (No Class 4/15)
Session 2:      April 29-June 10 (No Class 5/27)
Instructor:       Deanna Nickels, ABCDT

Out and About 
For dogs that can do sits, downs, stays and walk politely at home and in the training room, but when you go somewhere new your dog seems to have forgotten everything. Dogs need to repeat the basics in many different situations before they can generalize behaviors they have learned. We’ll meet in a variety of dog friendly environments to teach your dog they can do their sits, downs and walk politely anywhere. 

Dog Obedience Classes
Out and About                     410101-OA

Fee:                $100/Session
Meets:            Wednesdays 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. 
Location:        Academy Cafeteria
Dates:            May 1-June 5
Instructor:      Deanna Nickels, ABCDT

Spring Adult Tennis
(Ages 17 and Up)
Lessons are broken into 4 levels allowing instructors to give more emphasis on specific skills. Students must provide their own racquet. Level 1 is for those with little or no tennis experience. Level 2 is for those who can hold a racquet properly, understand basics of forehand and backhand and can hit at least 3 times from the center service line. Level 3 is for those who understand basics of rallying, can hit both forehand and backhand at least 3 times from the baseline, can perform basics of a serve and know how to score. Level 4 is for those who consistently rally forehand and backhand 4-6 times from the baseline, can serve, can hit overhead and approach shots, and understand the rules of the game and proper tennis etiquette. 

Spring Adult Tennis Lessons

Levels 1-4 (11:00 a.m.)        422281-AA
Students will be divided according to skill.

Fee:            $39/Session
Meets:        Saturday 11:00 a.m.-11:55 a.m.
Location:     GHS Tennis Courts
Dates:         April 27-June 1
                   (No Class 5/25)

Open Gym
Get out of the work week rut with invigorating exercise. Pickup Basketball Games are played on 
Mondays, Tuesdays (Over 30 Only) and on the weekends, hoops for shooting around are also available on the weekends. Volleyball games are played Monday & Tuesday evenings with 2 nets are set up for recreational style play that is enjoyable for everyone. Season passes may be purchased at the Parks and Recreation office or at the gym.

Mondays: 7:30-9:30 @ SMS
Tuesdays: 7:30-9:30 @ SMS
Saturdays: 2:00-6:00 @ GHS
Sundays: 1:00-5:00 @ GHS                       

Fee:              $40/Yearly Pass; $80/Nonresident Yearly Pass (Volleyball Only)
                     $60/Nonresident Yearly Pass (Over 30 Basketball Only)
                     $4/Daily Admission 
                     $8/Nonresident Daily Admission (Volleyball & Over 30 Basketball Only)
Dates:          Monday Program ends June 3; Weekend & Tuesday Program ends April 30

Adult Ballet Class - NEW
(Ages 18 and up)
A combination of classical barre, center work and dance combinations across the floor to strengthen and elongate muscles, improve posture, balance and discover movement. Lift, tone, sculpt and strengthen core muscles. Exercises may be done standing at a barre (based on location we may use a chair instead of a barre) or standing free on the floor to enhance balance. Some exercises may be done lying on the floor. You’ll see graceful moves across the floor, small range and large range movements, ab-work, arm work and leg work. This is a dance class.

Adult Dance Classes
Winter: Adult Ballet             307401-AB
Spring: Adult Ballet             407401-AB

Fee:                $69/Winter; $55/Spring
Meets:            Tuesdays  6:45-7:30 p.m.
Location:         Academy Multipurpose Room
Winter:            January 22-March 26 
Spring:            April 23-June 11
Instructor:       Personal Euphoria

Summer Men’s Basketball League
(Men Ages 18 to 35)
Sunday & Tuesday nights at Glastonbury High School from June-August. Players assigned to a team by League Coordinator. Every effort is made to place friends on the same team, but not guaranteed. Resident registration begins March 19. Non-resident registration begins May 1. Register on-line (Activity Code: 101009). Registration deadline is May 30th (Player Limit is 100). Residents $79; Non-Residents $99
 
Annual Senior Citizens’ Indoor Picnic
(Age 55 and Over)
Start the day with setback followed by terrific music! For lunch, enjoy finger licking good chicken with sides all in the comfort of air conditioning! End the day with bingo featuring great prizes! Tickets sold Tuesday, June 18-Tuesday, August 6 at the Community Center, Parks & Recreation and Town Hall Info Center. Tickets also sold day of picnic. Glastonbury residents only! 

FEE:                       $5/person
LOCATION:            RCC Community Room
TIME:                     9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
DATE:                    Wednesday, August 7

Town & Community Tag Sale
(All Ages)
Purchase a 10’x10’ space and bring your wares to sell at our annual event! You must provide your own tables. The Town will also be selling bikes, tools, jewelry and other items. Based on order of registration, you will be asked to choose a space. We reserve the right to assign a space to you in the event you cannot be reached. Spaces fill quickly! 

Tag Sale
10’x10’ Space                210011-01

FEE:                    $25/before May 1; $35/On and After May 1
TIME:                   Set-up of your area begins at 5:00 a.m. Tag Sale opens to the public at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 1:00 p.m.
DATE:                  Saturday, June 8 (Raindate, June 9)
LOCATION:         Behind Academy Building

Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc. 
Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc. is a non-profit organization that works in conjunction with the Town and others and is dedicated to beautification and education through volunteer projects. Recent projects you’ve seen around Town include:

Planters at the Town Center, South Glastonbury & Village Green
Gardens at Buckingham Park, Salmon Brook Bridge, Welles Turner Memorial Library, Welles Shipman Ward House Colonial Kitchen Garden and Rte. 17 & Main St Medians

GPIP is looking for new members, volunteers, sponsors & donations. Join when you can, no time commitment or experience required. Gardening knowledge is not necessary, people are needed to help with non-gardening tasks too. Together we can help make Glastonbury a more beautiful, greener place to live!

Online:            www.gpip.org 
E-Mail:            Information@gpip.org
Phone:            Pam @ 860.659.3482