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WELCOME TO LITTLE ELM COMMUNITY SERVICES!
The Town of Little Elm Community Services Department consists of the Parks, Recreation, Special Events, the Little Elm Library, Animal Services, Facilities, and Marketing & Communications divisions. The Community Services Department is committed to providing residents and visitors with a high quality of life through the development of parks and natural open spaces, the maintenance of Town amenities and facilities, programming recreation and leisure activities, caring for the health and safety of animals, hosting unique special events, and increasing the visibility of the Town. We sincerely hope that you will take advantage of and enjoy our parks, trails, open spaces, and other amenities, events, and services. Sincerely, Chad Hyde Chad Hyde Director of Community Services
Parks Administration Office 303 Main St. 972-731-3296 M-TH 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. F 7:30-11:30 a.m.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PARKS & TRAILS 6 THE COVE AT THE LAKEFRONT® 8 PARTIES & RENTALS 10 SWIMMING LESSONS 12 THE REC AT THE LAKEFRONT™ 14 ADULT ATHLETICS 18 YOUTH ATHLETICS 20 FITNESS 23 SPECIAL EVENTS 28 LIBRARY 30 FACILITY RESERVATIONS 32
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT The Town of Little Elm welcomes all families and individuals to participate in programs and facilities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or disability.
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THE REC AT THE LAKEFRONT™ LITTLE ELM SENIOR CENTER LITTLE ELM LIBRARY LITTLE ELM PARK THE COVE AT THE LAKEFRONT®
WHO WE ARE
TOURISM & SPECIAL EVENTS STAFF Drew Bailey – Managing Director of Tourism, Special Events, & Business Development Cara Blackmon – Special Events Manager Delaney Williams – Special Events Coordinator Kaitlyn Randolf – Tourism, Sales, & Event Coordinator MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Erin Mudie – Public Information & Engagement Officer Cassady Head – Creative Marketing & Social Media Specialist Sarah Nolting – Marketing & Communication Specialist LITTLE ELM PUBLIC LIBRARY STAFF Rachel Hadidi – Managing Director of Library Services Justin Swink – Librarian Reference & Technical Services Librarian Demi Garibay – Library Circulation Supervisor Kelley Anderson – Technical Specialist Sarah Sheraga – Youth Services Librarian ANIMAL SERVICES STAFF Therese Hoofnagle – Animal Services Manager
ADMINISTRATION Chad Hyde – Director of Community Services Jason Peebles – Asst. Director of Parks & Recreation Missy Meador – Administrative Business Manager Angie Baines – Administrative Specialist
PARKS & FACILITIES STAFF Phil Kemmerer – Parks Superintendent Joe Cummings – Facilities Supervisor
RECREATION STAFF Andy Adams – Recreation Manager
Brenda Comstock – Senior Center Supervisor Cassie Hoover – Fitness & Wellness Supervisor Lex Briner – Recreation & Athletics Supervisor THE COVE AT THE LAKEFRONT® STAFF Sean Westby – Aquatics Manager Sheila Rico – Asst. Aquatics Manager Yvette Gallardo – Supervisor, Rental & Guest Services Cheyenne Smith – Supervisor, Programs & Services
Connie Woody – Recreation Specialist Preston Bruner – Coordinator, Programs Gael Rebolloso – Coordinator, Programs Zac Clark – Aquatics Technician
Tamara Cervi – Animal Services Officer Alex Eicke – Animal Services Officer Tanya Dorton – Animal Services Officer
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WHERE WE ARE
AMENITIES Beard Park; 310 E. Eldorado Parkway Boat Ramp; 1101 W. Eldorado Parkway Cottonwood Park; 900 Lobo Ln. Cottonwood Sports Complex; 605 Lobo Ln.
WHERE WE ARE BRENDA BUTTON MILLS SENIOR CENTER 301 Main St.; 972-731-1464 M-F 8 a.m.-3 p.m. LITTLE ELM ANIMAL SHELTER 1605 Mark Tree Ln.; 972-377-1898 M Closed T-F 10 a.m.-5 p.m. S 10 a.m.-1 p.m. SU Closed (Closed for lunch noon-1 p.m.) Saturday visit by appointment only. LITTLE ELM PUBLIC LIBRARY 100 W. Eldorado Parkway; 214-975-0430 M-TH 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; F 10 a.m.-5 p.m. S-SU, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Community Center; 107 Hardwicke Ln. Little Elm Park; 701 W. Eldorado Parkway McCord Park; 1800 FM 423 McCord Park Splash Pad/South Playground;1001 Witt Rd. The Lawn at The Lakefront™; 125 Main St. Union Park; 4911 Union Park Blvd. Union Park Bark Park; 7000 Union Park Blvd. Wood Family Dog Park; 1001 Witt Rd. THE REC AT THE LAKEFRONT™ 303 Main St.; 972-731-3277 M-F 5 a.m.-9 p.m. S 7 a.m.-5 p.m. SU 1-4 p.m. THE COVE AT THE LAKEFRONT® 417 Lakefront Dr.; 214-618-2047 M-F 4-8 p.m. * Closed on Tuesdays
S 10 a.m.-6 p.m. SU noon-6 p.m.
Little Elm is home to award-winning parks and an intricate trail system that provides both residents and visitors a chance to stay active and connected! We maintain our parks and trails with pride and hope that everyone who visits Little Elm can see why we’re the Town With a Lake Attitude! PARKS & TRAILS
BEACH INFORMATION AND RULES • No lifeguard on duty; swim at own risk. • Swim in designated areas only. • Courtesy life jackets are available at the beach. • No smoking, e-cigarettes, or vape pens. • No grills on the beach. • No pets on the beach or beach sidewalk. All pets in the park must be on a leash.
• No glass containers. • No amplified sound. • No camping tents on the beach. • No overnight camping on the beach.
• No fishing from the beach and surrounding areas. • No loitering on the sidewalk or in parking lots.
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• Beach and Swim Area. The best beach in DFW! Our beach is covered in high-quality sand that is filtered and cleaned daily. • Boat Ramp. A daily pass ($10) or yearly pass ($25/resident; $75/non-resident) can be purchased at the kiosk at the ramp, the Parks Administration office, or The Rec at The Lakefront™. • Campground. Primitive camping site with no electricity or showers. Permits are sold at the kiosk inside the campground for $5/night or $15/four nights per tent. There is a four-night maximum in a 30-day period. *Camping rates and availability may vary on holidays and during special events.* • Johnny Broyles Nature Trail. The trail is at the north end of the park and is perfect for hiking and biking. • Playground. This playground is designed for ages 5-12 and has zip lines, swings, and much more. • Lakefront Grill. A concession building at the beach. Hours vary by season. • Pavilions & Amphitheater. These amenities are great for parties, events, and family reunions. • Softball Fields. Two softball fields for league play only. • Sand Volleyball. There are ten courts on the beach and two by the playground. Courts can be reserved at www.lakefrontrecreation.com .
PARKING INFORMATION • There is a parking fee between April 1and Labor Day on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for Little Elm Park. More information at www.littleelmparking.com . Parking is free for the rest of the year. GENERAL PARK INFORMATION & RULES • Parks are always open unless otherwise posted. • Parks are free for everyone. • Outside grills and cooking equipment are not allowed in the park. Permanent grills are available in designated areas at Little Elm Park. UNION PARK • Union Park is Little Elm’s fourth major community park and its first on the University Drive (U.S. 380) corridor. Located north of U.S. 380 off Union Park Blvd., the 35-acre wooded park sits atop a hill with an open-air pavilion overlooking the park. Amenities include a dog park, trails, sand volleyball, pickleball, and ninja fitness stations.
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PARKS & TRAILS
MCCORD PARK • Playground. This playground has the coolest climbing structure! It’s ideal for ages 3-12. • Disc Golf. There is an 18-hole course around the park. This is a free course, and discs are not supplied. • Pond. Fishing is allowed at the pond with a license. The pond is stocked once a year before the Kid Fish Tournament in September. • South Playground. This new, state-of-the-art playground is a one-of-a-kind feature. • Trail. At roughly one mile long, this concrete trail is great for walkers and bikers. • Splash Pad. Splash away in this awesome amenity! The pavilion has two tables and must be reserved. • Wood Family Dog Park. The perfect place for your pup! Featuring a seperate area for small dogs and an area for large dogs. TRAILS • Cottonwood Natural Trail. This wood-chipped trail is 1.5 miles and ideal for walkers and hikers. • Lakefront Trail. The Lakefront Trail is approximately four miles of crushed granite and connects from Hula Hut/Hydrous to McCord Park. • Harts Branch Trail. This mile-long concrete-paved trail connects several neighborhoods to the Lakefront District and other amenities. • McCord Park Trail. Take a mile-long walk through McCord Park and enjoy a disc golf course, pond, Splash Pad, and trail.
• Playground. This award-winning playground is a great place for kids to play and is ideal for those under 7. • Historic Village. The iconic log cabin and post office brings history to the park! • Pavilion. This is a great spot for parties with four tables; it must be reserved for parties.
• Shoreline. A quiet place by the lake. Fishing is allowed with a license. There are picnic tables at the shoreline. • Marina. This award- winning marina is operated by a third-party company.
• Sports Complex. One softball and three baseball fields are for league play. A playground for all ages is in the middle.
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Book today! www.thecoveatthelakefront.com/parties 214-618-2047
FACILITY RENTALS Private full and partial facility rentals available, with the opportunity to work with The Snack Shack and/or other vendors, for catering. Pricing available upon request. Contact Sales at 214-618-2914 for more information.
AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARD CLASS Our detailed training includes testing of hands-on skills and comprehension on written tests. The certification, which includes First Aid, CPR, and AED training, is valid for two years upon completion. Prerequisites: Students must be at least 15 years old by the last day of class and pass the pre-course swimming skills test before taking lifeguarding courses. DATES TIMES AGES LOCATION COST 10/7-10/8 TBD 15+ COVE $190/200 11/4-11/5 TBD 15+ COVE $190/200 12/2-12/3 TBD 15+ COVE $190/200
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Session 1 (October 2-25) Member/Resident Registration: September 18. Session 1 (October 2-25) Non-Resident/Non-Member Registration: September 25. Session 2 (November 6-29) Member/Resident Registration: October 23 Session 2 (November 6-29) Non-Resident/Non-Member Registration: October 30 Session 3 (December 4-January 3) Member/Resident Registration: November 20 Session 3 (December 4-January 3) Non-Resident/Non-Member Registration: November 27. Please note that each swim class has a maximum of five participants per instructor. For general inquiries about the Town of Little Elm’s Aquatics program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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MEMBERSHIP FEES/DAY PASSES A membership or day pass is required for The Rec at The Lakefront™, which includes access to the Fitness Area, group fitness classes, and gymnasium. Little Elm Resident Monthly Annual Youth, ages 6 mo-14 $20 $145 Individual, ages 15-49 $25 $180 Senior, ages 50+ $20 $145 Family* $50 $430 Pickleball $5 $50 Non-Resident Monthly Annual Youth, ages 6 mo-14 $25 $230 Individual, age 15-49 $30 $255 Senior, ages 50+ $25 $230 Family* $70 $650 Pickleball $10 $100 Day Pass (Resident/Non-Resident) $5/7 *Family memberships include up to six immediate family members only. Immediate family members are defined as adult couples and their dependent children up to the age of 23. Home from college and need a membership? Student Memberships available May 1-Labor Day for individuals 18-25 for $75 (Resident Discounted Rate $55). FITNESS AREA The Fitness Area is an expansive 7,000 square feet and includes over 40 cardio machines, 11 selectorized weight machines, two Smith machines, a functional training room, and more! The Fitness Area is open to ages 15 and older. Children ages 12-14 must have an actively-supervising adult present.
WHO IS A LITTLE ELM RESIDENT?
Proof of residency documentation (valid state-is- sued ID) is required for all membership purchases. Residency is determined by Little Elm property tax status. Confirm that you pay Little Elm taxes at www.dentoncad.com . Individuals assigned to Little Elm ISD but reside outside of Town of Little Elm incorporated limits are nonresidents. Residents of Little Elm's extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) are non-residents.
KID ZONE Join the Little Elm Recreation Center for Kid Zone! Kid Zone provides a safe and fun place for children ages six months to eight years a place to play while you exercise. Hours:
Policies and Procedures: • The child must be a member or have a Kid Zone day pass, which is $2. • The guardian must remain in the building at all times. • The child must not be sick. • The child’s stay may not exceed two hours per day. • Visit www.therecatthelakefront.com for more information.
• M/W: 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 4:30-8:30 p.m. • T/TH: 8-11:30 a.m. and 4:30-8:30 p.m. • Closed F/SA/SU
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FALL CORNHOLE Come and join the most laid-back league in Little Elm —Cornhole! We offer a coed/women's league in addition to our regular upper and lower divisions. All leagues are 2v2, and teams may use subs when needed. CoEd/Women's teams must have at least one female each night to play. All teams must bring their own bags. Registration includes team gifts (two per team) and 12 league matches (two per night most evenings). Playoffs will be available for each division's top four to six teams. All cornhole leagues have a drop-dead date for each season. All games must be completed by this date. If any games remain to be played on this date, they will be made up in a drop-dead tournament on a predetermined Saturday. Registration: August 7-September 17 Games begin: September 19 and September 21 Location: The Lawn™ Price: $60
FALL VOLLEYBALL Join us for 4v4 Indoor Volleyball at The Rec at the Lakefront™! Registration: August 28-October 8 Games Begin: October 17 Location: The Rec at the Lakefront™ Team Price: $200 Free Agent Price: $35 Open play night will be on October 10. Leagues are guaranteed six games per season, plus one week of playoffs. Teams must play with at least one female on the court at all times. Games will start between 6:30-7 p.m., and the last game each night will end around 10 p.m.
All teams must register and pay through our website, www.lakefrontrecreation.com . FALL VOLLEYBALL DIVISIONS TEAMS T 7-10 p.m. FREE AGENTS T 7-10 p.m.
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LOWER DIVISION T UPPER DIVISION T COED/WOMEN'S T LOWER DIVISION TH COED/WOMEN'S TH
6:30-10:30 p.m. 6:30-10:30 p.m. 6:30-10:30 p.m. 6:30-10:30 p.m. 6:30-10:30 p.m.
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PICKLEBALL OPEN GYM Pickleball is open to any age group. Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines badminton, tennis, and table tennis elements. Pickleball requires a membership or day pass to The Rec at The Lakefront™. Hours: MWF 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monthly Residents Pass: $5/month Monthly Non-Resident Pass: $10/month Annual Resident Pass: $50/year Annual Non-Resident Pass: $100/year
SOFTBALL The Town of Little Elm offers adult softball leagues played under USSSA guidelines. Leagues are played at the softball fields at Little Elm Park, located at 701 W. Eldorado Pkwy in Little Elm. Leagues are open to teams only and cost $375 per team. Teams play eight regular season games per season, with teams playing one to two games per night. Leagues will have a one-night playoff after the regular season for the top four to six teams. Home run limits for each league are listed below, and all home runs over the limit will be considered an out. Teams must use Little Elm stamped balls during league games. Balls may be purchased during reg- istration or at the fields on game nights. For more information, registration, and payment, please visit www.lakefrontrecreation.com . Softball 250' League Registration: November 20-December 25 Games Begin: Week of January 2 Team Price: $375 Location: League will start at Cottonwood Mens M 4HR Mens W 1HR CoEd F 1HR
The Town of Little Elm is excited to partner with Red River Social Sports to offer those in the Little Elm area the chance to compete in Sand Volleyball, Kickball, Soccer, Basketball, and more! These offerings will be available to both individuals and teams, and their goal is to create a fun social outlet for adults in the North Dallas area. All leagues will be designed to offer people the chance to meet new friends and provide a fun atmosphere to compete. Leagues will also host social events at local restaurants and businesses in order for participants to mingle and interact outside of the normal league night atmosphere. For more information, please visit www.redriversocialsports.com .
RED TIGER KARATE
Red Tiger Karate offers a complete white through black belt program. The junior program develops self-esteem and bully defense. Teen and adult classes focus on street self-defense and fitness. Classes are held Wednesday nights and are eight to nine weeks long. For registration, pricing, and session information, please visit www.redtigerkarate.com . T 6:30-7:30 p.m. Ages 5-12 REC T 7:30-8:30 p.m. Ages 13+ REC
Skyhawks offers a multitude of camps, clinics, and classes in a wide variety of sports. Classes are geared towards younger children, and are a great introduction to sports. To register for any camp or class, please visit www.skyhawks.com . VOLLEYBALL CAMP T 4:45-5:30 p.m. Ages 6-8 REC T 5:30-6:15 p.m. Ages 9-12 REC BASKETBALL AND MINI-HAWK BASKET- BALL CAMP/CLASS M 5:15-6 p.m. Ages 4-6 REC M 6-7 p.m. Ages 7-12 REC For questions about the program, email David Pineda at email@example.com .
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LEAYSA All Youth Athletic leagues are organized by Little Elm Area Youth Sports Association (LEAYSA). LEAYSA is a non-profit, youth sports organization made up of volunteers that help coordinate and promote organized kids sports leagues. They are dedicated to sports education and participation for the youth in Little Elm and surrounding communities. Their goal is to provide a positive sporting experience for children of all ages. The sports currently offered by LEAYSA include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, soccer, softball, track, and volleyball. For more information, visit www.leaysa.com.
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FRANCO TENNIS ACADEMY
Franco Tennis Academy provides lessons and activities that help students learn and improve their tennis game while having fun. We use small group formats and hire the best coaches to make sure students are safe, having fun, and improving. Franco Tennis Academy currently operates programs out of Frisco, Irving, Little Elm, and Murphy, with a main goal to improve the quality of life of families through tennis. For more information on tennis classes, lessons, and programs, visit www.francotennisacademy.com .
PE 101 is a 90-minute class that allows students to explore multiple sports in a fun learning environment. This program is designed for students to be ACTIVE while learning about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. Next, we rotate through agility stations and drills. Units of study include sport-specific exercises and games, including game rules, strategy and the fundamentals required to play. We also enjoy classic games like kickball, dodgeball, wiffleball, wallball, and capture the flag. For more information on classes, please visit www.bowmensports.com/homeschool-pe.html
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The Rec at The LakeFront ™ is a two-story facility spanning more than 70,000 square feet. The facility includes elements such as a large state-of-the-art fitness area, a small group training studio, group fitness studio, full-size gym, recreation classrooms, multi-purpose room, craft room, and spacious men's and women's locker rooms.
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GROUPX FITNESS CLASSES Children ages 12-14 years must have active adult supervision to attend GroupX classes. Children under 12 years are not permitted in GroupX classes. • Barre. Stretch, tone, and tighten with isometric movements inspired by ballet. • Bootcamp. Functional interval training with bursts of cardio to kick your metabolism into high gear. • Cross-Training. A way to vary your fitness program by combining different types of exercise activities. • Cycle. Spin bike for a great cardio workout. • Express Pilates. Mind-body exercise. • High Fitness. Old school aerobics with exciting music and muscle-sculpting flair. • Interval Training. Interval-based cardio and strength training.
• PiYo®. Combine the muscle-toning, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility of yoga. • SCB. Low impact strength and light cardio for aging adults (50 years and over), hosted by the Brenda But- ton Mills Senior Center. • Strength. Pure strength, no cardio allowed! • Strength & Cardio. Circuit-based cardio and strength exercise to maximize metabolism. • Water Aerobics. Cardio-based workout that is easier on your joints. • Yoga . Increase overall body awareness, flexibility, and balance. • Zumba®. Zumba: an interval-style dance fitness party that combines low-intensity and high-intensity moves. • Zumba® Gold: a lower-intensity version of the typical Zumba class and was designed to meet needs of seniors.
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PERSONAL TRAINING Personal Training is a great way to invest in your health and wellness. The Certified Personal trainers at The Rec at The Lakefront™ are some of the top trainers in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Our team of Certified Personal Trainers focus on results-driven programming that will leave you feeling confident, educated, and motivated. Our trainers are always looking for new opportunities to add more certifications to their repertoire so they can offer you the best possible services. We offer free, first-time Personal Training Consultations where you are provided the opportunity to meet and train with the trainer of your choice. The trainers at The Rec™ use their expertise to adapt and tailor their Personal Training Services to match your personal short-term and long-term goals. *Personal and Small Group Training fees are based on each trainer and sessions/classes purchased. FITNESS
SMALL GROUP TRAINING Reach your fitness goals with friends through Small Group Training classes! Small Group Training is conducted in the newly renovated Studio 1. Registration is available online and in-person at The Rec at The Lakefront™. *Personal and Small Group Training fees are based on each trainer and sessions/classes purchased.
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THE REC AT THE LAKEFRONT ™ BLOOD DRIVE Join The Town of Little Elm for our next Blood Drive! Location: The Rec™ Meeting Rooms | 303 Main St., Little Elm, TX 75068 Time: Choose your time slot | 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Company: Carter BloodCare Register today!
Are you looking for a great way to get active and work towards a goal for the holiday season? Don't want to wake up early on Thanksgiving day and travel to a race destination? How about training and running in a 5K or 10K anytime that works for you during the week of Thanksgiving on a predesigned course. You get a t-shirt and a completion sticker with registration. Registration: October 2-November 20 Cost: $25 When: Anytime, Saturday, November 18–Sunday November 26 View race information. Once complete, email in your times via whatever tracking app you use along with pictures at designated checkpoints on the trail. Screenshots of your tracking app should include the distance covered along with the time it took to complete. Participants may pick up their shirts and stickers beginning Monday, November 20, at The Rec at the Lakefront™. Submit your times and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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There's always something fun going on in Little Elm! Join us for one of our upcoming Special Events. LIGHTS CAMERA LAWN The Lawn at The Lakefront™ is now open! This two-acre park sits under The Tin Man Water Tower, adjacent to Tinman Social entertainment venue. Join us for our upcoming movie showings. September 22 | The Super Mario Bros Movie | 7 p.m. October 7 | Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone | 7 p.m.
October 13 | Hocus Pocus | 7 p.m. October 14 | Halloweentown | 7 p.m.
October 21 | Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets | 7 p.m. October 28 | Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban | 7 p.m. November 4 | Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire | 7 p.m. November 11 | Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix | 7 p.m. November 18 | Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince | 7 p.m. December 9 | Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 1 | 7 p.m. December 16 | Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 | 7 p.m. December 21 | The Grinch | 7 p.m. December 22 | Frozen | 7 p.m. December 23 | Polar Express | 7 p.m.
VISIT LAKEFRONTLITTLEELM.COM TO VIEW ALL UPCOMING EVENTS.
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TRICK OR TREAT AT THE LAWN™ Join us on October 14 from 3-6 p.m. at The Lawn™ for trick or treating, pumpkin decorating, and the showing of Halloweentown!
• Christmas Parade and Firework Show | December 1 | 6:30-9 p.m. • Town Christmas Tree Lighting | December 2 | 6-8 p.m. | The Lawn™ • Letters to Santa More details to come. • Frozen at The Lakefront™ | December 21 | 2-7 p.m. Join us for a showing of Frozen the movie, appearances by Anna and Elsa, pictures with Santa and Mrs. Clause, and skating! • The Grinch Who Stole Little Elm | December 22 | 2-7 p.m. Join us for a showing of The Grinch movie, pictures with Santa and Mrs. Clause, and skating! • The Express to Little Elm | December 23 | 2-7 p.m. Join us for a showing of The Polar Express, train rides, pictures with Santa and Mrs. Clause, and skating! • Polar Plunge | January 6 | 1-3 p.m. More detial to come. UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
LITTLE ELM PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTACT US 100 W. Eldorado Parkway 214-975-0430 email@example.com www.littleelmlibrary.org M-TH 10 a.m.-8 p.m. F 10 a.m.-5 p.m. SSU 10 a.m.-3 p.m. GET A LIBRARY CARD www.facebook.com/LittleElmLibrary
CHECKOUTS AND RESOURCES With a library card, you have access to all of the awesome resources that we have to offer. • Mobile Hotspots. Internet access 24/7! The Library has mobile hotspots that can be checked out for three weeks at a time. • Microscopes. See things close up and take your science knowledge to a whole new level! Microscopes can be checked out for three weeks each. • VOX™ Books. The world’s first audio books that live in print! These books combine outstanding picture books with audio recordings to make early literacy development fun! • Telescopes. What’s going on out there? See what else is in the sky with a telescope you can check out! • Lakefront Discovery STEM Backpacks. Get out, discover, and learn! Check out a backpack and go on an adventure in the parks. Learn about nature, bugs and butterflies, and the beach. • Seed Library. Have a green thumb? Patrons can check out up to eight packets of non- GMO heirloom seeds for six months. After harvest, simply return seeds to the seed library for the next patron to enjoy! DIGITAL SERVICES The Little Elm Public Library is more than just books! We offer a wide array of digital and electronic services, educational and career services, and much more! Learn at www.littleelmlibrary.org. • Mobile Printing. Print what you need from your PC, tablet, or smart phone. • Calendar. Find upcoming events and programs. • Interlibrary Loans . Do you need an article, book, or other material that the Little Elm Public Library does not own? The Library’s Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service will attempt to get it for you. • Tech Tools. We offer public-use PCs, color and black and white printing services, large format printing, faxing, scanning, free Wi-Fi access, as well as webcam and microphone service. • Internet To Go. Check out a mobile hotspot. • Become a U.S. Citizen. We offer online resources for you to study and practice for your citizenship exam. ...and much more! Visit www.littleelmlibrary.org for more information!
Check out books and use our resources with a free card. Texas residents are eligible for a card with photo ID and proof of address. Call or visit the Library to register for a card today! FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY The Little Elm Friends of the Library is a group of people who are committed to sustaining and improving the Library. Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. Please call or email the library for more information on becoming a Friend. MAKERSPACE Whether fun or functional, you supply the creativity, and we’ll supply the tools to bring your creations to life. Learn, imagine, create, and most importantly, make! The Makerspace is free to use by adults 18+ and teens ages 16+ who are Little Elm Public Library cardholders with accounts in good standing (not expired, no fees, or overdue materials).
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CAREER WORKSHOP Looking for a new job or wanting to enhance your career skills? Learn the essentials of resume design, interviewing, and job seeking from HR professional Krystal Yates at our career workshops. • Resume Development | October 5 | 10:30 a.m. • Job Search | October 5 | noon • Interview Skills | October 5 | 1:30 p.m. Register for the Career Workshop!
Learn computer and technology skills in these hands- on classes. Some computers will be provided but please bring your own device if you have one. Thursdays, 11 a.m. • Windows Basics | October 19 • Internet Basics | October 26 • Email Basics | November 2 Cyber Security | November 9 • Mobile Android (phone or tablet) | November 16 • Mobile IOS (iPhone or iPad) | November 30 Register for the Beginner Computer & Technology Classes!
PEROT TECH TRUCK Experience hands-on science with the Perot Museum of Nature and Science's mobile discovery lab. The TECH (tinker, engineer, create, hack) Truck brings maker-based science, technology, art and math right to
TRICK OR TREATING Stop by the Little Elm Public Library on Tuesday, October 31, from 3:30-5:30 p.m., to trick or treat and show off your costume!
you at the Little Elm Public Library. • November 21, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. • December 21, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. No registration required!
TEEN & TWEEN PROGRAMS
MAKE YOUR OWN NO-SEW BLANKETS Learn how to make a no-sew fleece blanket and make your own in the DIY workshop!
TEEN ANIME & MANGA CLUB Do you love anime, animated movies and tv shows from Japan? Whether you’re a longtime fan of anime or are brand new, join the new Teen Anime & Manga Club. Meet in the Teen Area to watch different anime and talk about manga - Japanese comics and graphic novels. Try snacks, make crafts, and play games all inspired by anime and Japanese culture.
• November 21, 2 p.m. No registration required!
• First and third Saturdays No registration required!
THE REC AT THE LAKEFRONT™ Craft Room. Capacity 46. The craft room is a 30’x30’ wood-floored room with a craft sink. A screen and projector are available. Conference Room. Capacity 20. The conference room is a state-of-the-art meeting space for small groups with three TVs that can connect to a computer or device. Reservations for this room can only be made in person. Multi-Purpose Room with Kitchen. Capacity 86. The multi-purpose room is a large 28’x42’ tiled room with an attached kitchen. A screen and projector are available. Gymnasium. Full-sized gym with a curtain that can be dropped to create two half-gym spaces. The full gym has a main basketball court, main volleyball court, and four pickleball courts. Each half gym has a small-sided basketball gym, a full volleyball court, and two pickleball courts. ATHLETIC FIELDS Little Elm Park Softball Fields - 2 Fields. Two adult-sized softball fields are available to reserve when not used by the Town of Little Elm-recognized adult and youth sports groups. Little Elm Park Soccer Fields - 3 Fields. Three full-sized soccer fields and the potential for ten total soccer fields available to reserve when not used by the Town of Little Elm-recognized adult and youth sports groups. Cottonwood Park Baseball Fields - 3 Fields. Three different-sized baseball fields are available to reserve when not used by the Town of Little Elm-recognized adult and youth sports groups. Cottonwood Park Softball Field - 1 Field. One youth-sized softball field that can also be used for adults, located at the Cottonwood Sports Complex is available to reserve when not used by the Town of Little Elm-recognized adult and youth sports groups. Little Elm Park Sand Volleyball Courts - 12 Courts. Ten courts on the beach and two courts next to the playground are available to use or reserve when not used by the Town of Little Elm-recognized adult and youth sports groups. COMMUNITY CENTER & PAVILIONS Community Center. The Community Center is a large 55’x30’ room with a kitchen and bathrooms attached. The facility may only be booked once per day and holds reservations of 100 people or less. Little Elm Park Playground Pavilion. The playground pavilion is the larger of the two pavilions and is located next to the playground. There are 12 picnic tables under the pavilion, and there is a grill attached. Groups larger than 75 people must complete a Special Events Application and pay additional fees. Please note that all Little Elm Park reservations are subject to the same parking fees as the general public. Little Elm Park Beach Pavilion. This pavilion overlooks the beach and sand volleyball courts at Little Elm Park. There are six tables at the beach pavilion. Groups larger than 75 people must complete a special events application and pay additional fees. Please note that all Little Elm Park reservations are subject to the same parking fees as the general public. Beard Park Pavilion. This pavilion is next to the park playground and has four picnic tables. Groups larger than 75 people must complete a Special Events Application and pay additional fees. McCord Park Splash Pad Pavilion. The Splash Pad Pavilion is located next to the play area and has two picnic tables located underneath the pavilion. Groups larger than 75 people must complete a Special Events Application and pay additional fees.
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THE REC AT THE LAKEFRONT™ Fee Name Fee
Member Discounted Rate
$40/hr $40/hr $70/hr $125/hr
$20/hr $20/hr $40/hr $50/hr $100/hr
Capacity 46 Capacity 20 Capacity 86
Multi-Purpose Rm $60/hr
Gym Full-Court Email firstname.lastname@example.org *Damage deposit for all reservations is $100 and will be refunded if the facility reserved is cleaned and the end of reservation checklist is completed. These prices are for reservations during regular operating hours. After-hours fees apply. Reserve the Craft Room and Multi-Purpose Rooms at www.reservelittleelm.com . ATHLETIC FIELDS Fee Name Fee Resident Discounted Rate Little Elm Softball Fields $35/hr $30/hr Little Elm Soccer Fields $35/hr $30/hr Cottonwood Baseball Fields $35/hr $30/hr Cottonwood Softball Fields $35/hr $30/hr Lakeside Softball Fields $35/hr $30/hr Lakeside Football Field $35/hr $30/hr Athletic Field Lights $20/hr/field Sand Volleyball Courts $25/hr $15/hr *All fees are per field, per hour. **Field preparation is available for additional fee not to exceed $100 per field. ***Tournaments or multi-field reservations must complete the tournament application and provide proof of liability insurance. Gate fees negotiated with Director of Community Services. COMMUNITY CENTER & PAVILIONS Fee Name Fee Resident Discounted Rate Notes Community Center $60/hr $30/hr 4-hour minimum LEP Playground Pavilion $60/hr $40/hr 2-hour minimum Beach Pavilion $50/hr $30/hr 2-hour minimum Beard Park Pavilion $30/hr $20/hr 2-hour minimum Splash Pad Pavilion $30/hr $20/hr 2-hour minimum *Damage deposits apply for all reservations: $250 for Community Center, Little Elm Park Playground Pavilion, and Beach Pavilions; $100 for Beard Park Pavilion and Splash Pad Pavilion. Damage deposts are refundable as long as the facility reserved is cleaned. Little Elm Park Amphitheater available by Special Event Application only. The Community Center and Pavilions can be reserved at www.reservelittleelm.com . THE COVE AT THE LAKEFRONT® Fee Name Fee Notes Cabana Reservations: M-Th $60 3-hour timeblock Cabana Reservations: F-Su $90 3-hour timeblock Party Room rentals and party package information available at www.thecoveatthelakefront.com . For partial or full-facility rentals, including the Mezzanine Terrace and Patio, email email@example.com .
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