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EPIC Youth & Teen Programs
EPIC logoOur EPIC youth and teen programs offer free and low-cost activities that help build positive relationships in the community as well as reduce or prevent involvement in crime, gangs, and drugs. 

Most EPIC activities are for youth ages 9-17 (see ages below) and most do not require advance registration - just drop in and join us.

Program Description When
Middle School Madness
(grades 6-8)
7-10 p.m.
$2 per person
Every second Saturday of the month we offer a new and exciting activity.

Sept 10
Oct 8
Nov 12
Dec 10

 Bike With Cops
Days and locations vary
(ages 9-17)
Spend the day on your bike. Participants receive safety information, learn how to maintain your bike, and rules/laws of the road and trails.
Call to register and let us know if you need to borrow a bike!  (303) 289-3702

New dates coming Spring 2017
 Bike Rodeos
(ages 9-17 and siblings)
 Learn laws and safety skills inside a "mini" city with traffic lights, signs, and other hazards. New dates coming Spring 2017
Police Camp
(ages 11-15)
Join us on this four-day, three-night adventure: Kids participate in building searches, make crime scene castings, SWAT drills, and hike. July 2017
 Mini Police Camp
(ages 9-12)
 A day camp version of Police Camp.  June 13-16, 2017
Cops vs. Kids
(ages 9-17)
Check in at 4 p.m.
Bring your team and battle the cops in a Cops vs. Kids tournament.

Now for ages 9-17!

Nov 5
Recreation Center
Teen Nights Around Town
(ages 11-17)
Join us in the park for a teen night out, featuring free food, games, activities and FUN!

Spring 2017
(ages 11-17)
Thursdays, free for residents

Pick-up at 4:30 p.m.
Get a good workout and learn boxing skills. No experience necessary. All levels welcome.

Pick-up and drop off is available at Commerce City Recreation Center, Reunion Recreation Center, and Adams City Middle School.
Thursdays 4:30-7 p.m.

Drop-in/Game Room
(ages 11-17)

5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Hang out and have fun in the Game Room, featuring the Exergame, billiards, ping pong, xBox 1, xBox 360 with Kinect, Wii, Wii U, foosball, and crafts.
2016-17 school year
(Saturdays 12-5p.m. open to 11 and up)
Starts Sept 6, 2016
Youth Citizens Police Academy
Want to know what it really takes to become a police officer? Join us for this 2 week intensive program.

May 30-June 9, 2017
Zombie Survival 101 Can you survive? Learn basic wilderness skills with a zombie twist! 
Saturdays 4/15-5/20/17
Ultimate Survival  Did you survive the zombies? Then you can test your skills learned in Zombie Survival 101 on this 4 day/3 night backpacking trip.
Tracking the trail
June 2017

Youth Advisory Committee
Make a difference in your community. For more information about YAC and what they have done this year, visit the Youth Advisory Committee page.
Lisa Nordholt
Recreation Supervisor

Ben Vallee
Recreation Coordinator-Youth

Shannon Whitmer
Recreation Coordinator-Teens

December 10

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