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Tuesday November 19, 2019
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
Wednesday November 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
Thursday November 21, 2019
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    K-2nd Grade Basketball - K-2nd Grade Basketball
Fundamental skills development.Held on Thursdays. Boys will be at 4-4:45 pm, Girls will be 4:45-5:30 pm.
 
Friday November 22, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
Saturday November 23, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Smart Start Basketball - Smart Start Basketball
Come get a jump on your skills with this little starter program. To hopefully start a love for the game at an early age. Will run from 10 am-10:45 am.
 
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Birthday Party
 
Monday November 25, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Adult Programs - Yoga Fit
 
Tuesday November 26, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Wednesday November 27, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Thursday November 28, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    K-2nd Grade Basketball - K-2nd Grade Basketball
Fundamental skills development.Held on Thursdays. Boys will be at 4-4:45 pm, Girls will be 4:45-5:30 pm.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Friday November 29, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
Saturday November 30, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Smart Start Basketball - Smart Start Basketball
Come get a jump on your skills with this little starter program. To hopefully start a love for the game at an early age. Will run from 10 am-10:45 am.
 
Monday December 2, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Adult Programs - Yoga Fit
 
Tuesday December 3, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Wednesday December 4, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Thursday December 5, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    K-2nd Grade Basketball - K-2nd Grade Basketball
Fundamental skills development.Held on Thursdays. Boys will be at 4-4:45 pm, Girls will be 4:45-5:30 pm.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Friday December 6, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
11:30 AM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - Early Release Days (11:30am-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
Saturday December 7, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Smart Start Basketball - Smart Start Basketball
Come get a jump on your skills with this little starter program. To hopefully start a love for the game at an early age. Will run from 10 am-10:45 am.
 
Monday December 9, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
11:30 AM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - Early Release Days (11:30am-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Adult Programs - Yoga Fit
 
Tuesday December 10, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Wednesday December 11, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Thursday December 12, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    K-2nd Grade Basketball - K-2nd Grade Basketball
Fundamental skills development.Held on Thursdays. Boys will be at 4-4:45 pm, Girls will be 4:45-5:30 pm.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Friday December 13, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
Saturday December 14, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Smart Start Basketball - Smart Start Basketball
Come get a jump on your skills with this little starter program. To hopefully start a love for the game at an early age. Will run from 10 am-10:45 am.
 
Monday December 16, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Adult Programs - Yoga Fit
 
Tuesday December 17, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 3/4 In-House Rec. Coed Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Wednesday December 18, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move
 
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Programs - Seniors on the Move Extra Exercise
 
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girl's grade 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    In-House Rec. Basketball - Grades 5/6 In-House Rec. Basketball
All are encouraged to play In-House as Travel Team will be based on a tryout and playing time will not be a given. This program is for all basketball players. Less serious and experienced players are encouraged to play In-House to learn solid basketball fundamentals where they can apply the skills that they have learned in game like situations; playing against the other In-House teams. In-House builds experience, skills, teamwork, and the opportunity for the players to develop while being divided into equal level teams with more equitable playing time than the more competitive travel team offers.Depending on participation, grades 3/4 and 5/6 will each be split up into approximately 4 teams. Also, 3/4 will be co-ed and 5/6 will be separated. Grades 3/4- Skill Building on Tuesdays and games will be held on Fridays.Grades 5/6- Skill Building on Mondays and games will be held on Wednesdays.All players are invited to open gym on Saturdays starting Nov. . The gym will be open from 4 to 6pm. In-House begins Nov. 12th with grades 3/4. Grades 5/6 begin on Nov. 13th and even though it is a Wednesday it will be a practice. 
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Girls' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
Thursday December 19, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 3/4 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Safe Haven After School Program - After School (3:00-6:00pm)
There is a school bus that delivers children from the Lancaster School to Colonel Town at approximately 3:00 each day.  Our staff members greet the children at the parking lot when they get off the bus. We provide each child with a snack when they arrive. After snacks are finished, children will have fun outside on the playground and ball fields (weather permitting). The Safe Haven area includes the following:  pool table, Air Hockey table, Foosball table, 2 candlepin bowling lanes, crafts area, lots of board games, puzzles, books, toys, etc.  Our staff members will make sure your child gets to any other Colonel Town programs in which they're registered, such as soccer practice, gymnastics, etc.Do you want to make a donation to our scholarship fund? If so please click here.
 
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM    K-2nd Grade Basketball - K-2nd Grade Basketball
Fundamental skills development.Held on Thursdays. Boys will be at 4-4:45 pm, Girls will be 4:45-5:30 pm.
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    Travel Team Basketball - Boys' grades 5/6 Travel Team
Travel team is for those who are committed to their development of their basketball skills and competing at a higher level. It is more intense and features a more competitive environment where teams play against other travel teams. Hard-work, dedication, teamwork and perseverance are emphasized. Depending on participation numbers tryouts may be executed. Typically, it requires a minimum of 90 to 120 minute practices throughout the week, at least 16 regular season games and several weekend tournaments.11/1- All who have already paid have been given a credit. Until after the numbers and tryouts come about you will not be asked to pay. If your child is not on the team use the credit on any other program it will remain on your account.