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Nicolet

Recreation Department ...Something For Everyone!

Proudly Serving The Communities of Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale, and River Hills “Emerging Spring” Judith Gahn Murphy www.gahnmurphydesigns.com

Bulletin of Programs Winter/Spring 2013

Nicolet Recreation Department

Phone: (414) 351-7566 Fax: (414) 351-4053 www.nicolet.k12.wi.us

6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217

On-line registration: https://rec.nicolet.k12.wi.us

Winter/Spring Hours

Monday 7:30am Tuesday 7:30am Wednesday 7:30am Thursday 7:30am Friday 7:30am Closed for public holidays

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4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm

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Richard Monroe, PhD

NHS District School Board

Marilyn Franklin, President Morton Grodsky, Vice-President Joseph Kasle, Clerk Ellen Redeker, Treasurer Libby Gutterman, Member

Community Contacts

Organization:

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Jr. Knights Football Art Sonnenschein - President

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Little League Baseball Rodd Schneider - President

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Nicolet High School

351-1700

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North Shore Library

351-3461

Nicolet Recreation Department Staff

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Kirk Krychowiak, Director Nate Brooks, Assistant Director Wendy Borchert, Administrative Assistant Al Bell, Administrative Assistant Cindy Schlidt, Aquatics Coordinator Bob Straszewski, Evening Supervisor Beryl Harper, Building Supervisor

Nicolet Recreation Advisory Committee

- Mission Statement The Nicolet Recreation Department provides recreational and lifelong learning opportunities for Nicolet area residents and surrounding communities in an effort to enhance physical and intellectual well-being for ALL.

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Marilyn Franklin, School Board Jim Wick, Chairperson Lisa Vondra, Vice-Chairperson Carolyn Landwehr Dona Mortara Inger Wilkerson Mario Angeli Bill Boppre Carol Pierner Annie Masters Art Sonnenschein

We are a proud member of:

Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association

Southeast Park Recreation Council

United States Tennis Association

Amateur Softball Association

National Recreation and Park Association

Table of Contents Adult Computers.......................40 Adult Cooking...................... 41-42 Adult Enrichment.................. 43-49 Adult Fitness........................ 51-55 Adult Sports........................ 56-57 Advertising Opportunities...........65 American Red Cross.................... 8 Aquatics................................. 5-7 Birthday Parties.........................16 Registration Form......................66 NHS Athletic Schedules......... 63-64 Senior Citizens..................... 58-62 Teens.................................. 38-39 Toddlers................................9-10 Youth Enrichment................. 11-15 Youth Sports........................ 17-36

Nicolet Recreation Department Bulletin of Programs November 2012 Published three (3) times yearly: March, July, November Volume 4 (2013), Issue 1 Nicolet High School District 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217 Registration Is Easy Residents and non-residents can register in six hassle-free ways. The Nicolet Recreation Department welcomes ONLINE, mail-in, fax-in, walk-in, phone registrations, and drop box (south driveway of campus). Remember to register early as cancellations may occur due to low enrollment. We welcome cash, check, Visa and Master Card debit/credit cards. Cooperative Programs

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If you see this logo CO-O it indicates we are offering co-op programs with other area recreation departments. By working with other departments, we are able to better serve your recreational needs with expanded program choices. New Programs

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NEW If you see this logo it indicates we are offering this program for the very first time. Please contact us if you would like to offer a new program with the recreation department. We are always looking for new programs.

A Special Note of Thanks Thank you to the School Districts of Glendale-River Hills, Fox Point-Bayside and Maple Dale-Indian Hill for providing facilities in which to hold our recreational programs; to our dedicated Nicolet Recreation Advisory Committee; to our staff; and to you, the community for your continued support of the Nicolet Recreation Department. Also, we offer a special thank you to Ron Jaggard, Mike Kroeger, Jim Beckmann, Don Bruening, Laura Andreotti, Tracy Gerharz, Suzi Metzenheim, Debra Campbell, and Patti DeGraff for their assistance with recreation programs at Maple Dale, Glen Hills, Parkway, Indian Hill, Stormonth, and Bayside schools.

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Registration Information Online registration begins Wednesday, December 5th. All other forms of registration (phone, mail-in, fax, walk-in, and drop box) begins on Wednesday, December 19th.

Weekend and Evening Recreation Activities Please enter Nicolet High School through the North Entrance located near the Tennis Courts. Weather Hotline The Nicolet Recreation Department utilizes a weather hotline to better serve our recreational sport organization when inclement weather happens. The hotline is only updated when there has been a change in the program. Please keep it handy: (414) 351-7589

Dear Nicolet High School Community Member, The Nicolet Recreation Department invites you to participate in our extensive program offerings. I’m excited to announce that our art instructor, Judy Gahn Murphy, designed the bulletin cover appropriately called “Emerging Spring.” As you page through our bulletin, which has expanded to 68 pages, you will find a total of 144 different programs for the Winter/Spring. This includes 51 brand new programs! There is truly Something For Everyone. We have programs for toddlers, youths, teens, adults, and senior citizens. For your convenience, we have activities at 20 different locations in the area. We hope you will take advantage of all the activities offered and enjoy your involvement in them!

Nathan M. Brooks Nate Brooks, Assistant Recreation Director

All children should be re-evaluated or call Cindy at (414) 531-SWIM if you were not registered during the last 6 months*** Class Requirement Description Parent and Child Aquatics Level 1 Ages 6 months to 4 years with no previous experience. Children are to wear swim diapers under swimsuit. Level 1 introduces basic skills to parents and children. Parents are taught to safely work with their child in the water, including how to appropriately support their child in the water and how to prepare and encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills. Several water safety topics are also introduced and directed to parents. Parent and Child Aquatics Level 2 Ages 18 months to 4 years with completion certificate of all level P/C I skills. Level 2 builds on the skills introduced in Level 1. Participants improve on these skills and learn more advanced skills. Preschool Aquatics Level 1

Ages 3.5 - 5 years without parent. There are no prerequisites for this course.

Level 1 Exit Skills Assessment Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, submerge to mouth and blow bubbles for at lease 3 seconds then safely exit the water. While in shallow water, glide on front at least 2 body lengths, then roll to back and float on back for 3 seconds then recover to a vertical position. Preschool Aquatics Level 2 Ages 3.5 - 5 years without parent. Children entering this course must have a Preschool Aquatics Level 1 certificate to be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements from Preschool Level 1. Level 2 Exit Skills Assessment Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, float on back for 5 seconds then recover to a vertical position. Glide on back for at least 2 body lengths, roll to front, float for 5 seconds then recover to a vertical position. Swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 3 body lengths, roll to back, float for 5 seconds, roll to front then continue swimming on front for 3 body lengths. Preschool Aquatics Level 3 Ages 3.5 - 5 years without parent. Children entering this course must have a Preschool Aquatics Level 2 certificate or must be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements from Preschool Level 2. Level 3 Exit Skills Assessment All preschool aquatics skills are done independently. Step from side into chest deep water, move into a front float for 5 seconds, roll to back, float for 5 seconds and then return to a vertical position. Move into a back float for 5 seconds, roll to front, and then recover to a vertical position. Push off and swim using a combination of arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front then continue swimming for 5 body lengths. Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills

Ages 6 - 13 years old. There are no prerequisites for this level.

Level 1 Exit Skills Assessment Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, bob 3 times then safely exit the water. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 3 seconds and recover to a vertical position. Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills strate all the completion requirements of Level 1.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 1 certificate or must be able to demon-

Level 2 Exit Skills Assessment Step from side into chest-deep water, move into a front float for 5 seconds, roll to back, float for 5 seconds and then return to a vertical position. Move into a back float for 5 seconds, roll to front then recover to a vertical position. Push off and swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front then continue swimming for 5 body lengths. Level 3 Stroke Development Participants entering this course must have a Level 2 certificate or must be able to demonstrate all the completion requirements in Level 2. Level 3 Exit Skills Assessment Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds and swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards. Demonstrate scissors kick and dolphin kick. Level 4 Stroke Improvement onstrate all the completion requirements in Level 3.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 3 certificate or must be able to dem-

Level 4 Exit Skills Assessment Perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards, change direction and position as necessary and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards. Demonstrate backcrawl, breastroke, butterfly, sidestroke. Level 5 Stroke Refinement strate all the course requirements in Level 4.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 4 certificate or must be able to demon-

Level 5 Exit Skills Assessment Perform a shallow-angle dive into deep water, swim front crawl for 50 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary and swim elementary backstroke for 50 yards. Swim breastroke for 25 yards, change direction and position of travel as necessary and swim back crawl for 25 yards. Level 6 Swimming and Skill Proficiency strate all the skills required to complete Level 5.

Participants entering this course must have a Level 5 certificate or must be able to demon-

Level 6 Exit Skills Assessment Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes of your choice, swimming at least 50 yards of each stroke. Jump into deep water, perform a survival float for 5 minutes, roll onto back and perform a back float for 5 minutes. Perform a feet-first surface dive, retrieve an object from the bottom of the pool at at depth of 7-10 feet, return to surface and return to starting point. Perform the Cooper 12-minute swim test and compare results with the pre-assessment results. Special Needs - All ages Children with special concerns with parent. Parent must provide all locker room care and in pool water assistance. Instructor will teach parents the skills to assist their child.

* All Swim Lessons Take Place At Glen Hills Middle School * Level Date Day Time Program# Preschool Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4 & 5 Preschool Level 1

January January January January

26 26 26 26

Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday

4:30 5:00 5:30 6:15

5:00pm 5:30pm 6:15pm 6:45pm

215010-01 215010-02 215010-03 215010-04

School Age Level 3 & 4 School Age Level 1 School Age Level 2

January 10 - February 28 January 10 - February 28 January 10 - February 28

Thursday Thursday Thursday

4:30 - 5:15pm 5:15 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 6:45pm

215010-05 215010-06 215010-07

School Age Level 1 & 2 Preschool Level 2 & 3 Preschool Level 1 School Age Level 3 & 4

January January January January

11 11 11 11

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March March March March

1 1 1 1

Friday Friday Friday Friday

4:30 5:15 5:45 6:15

215010-08 215010-09 215010-10 215010-11

Preschool Level 3 School Age Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4,5,6 Preschool Level 1 School Age Level 3 P/C I P/C II School Age Level 2 Special Needs (all ages)

January January January January January January January January January January

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

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March March March March March March March March March March

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9:00 - 9:30am 9:00 - 9:45am 9:30 - 10:00am 9:45 - 10:30am 10:00 - 10:30am 10:30 - 11:15am 10:30 - 11:15am 11:15 - 12:00noon 11:15 - 12:00noon 12:00 - 12:45pm

215010-12 215010-13 215010-14 215010-15 215010-16 215010-17 215010-18 215010-19 215010-20 215010-21

Preschool Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4 & 5 Preschool Level 1

March March March March

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3/26) 3/26) 3/26) 3/26)

Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday

4:30 5:00 5:30 6:15

5:00pm 5:30pm 6:15pm 6:45pm

215010-22 215010-23 215010-24 215010-25

School Age Level 3 & 4 School Age Level 1 School Age Level 2

March 7 - May 2 (skip 3/28) March 7 - May 2 (skip 3/28) March 7 - May 2 (skip 3/28)

Thursday Thursday Thursday

4:30 - 5:15pm 5:15 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 6:45pm

215010-26 215010-27 215010-28

Preschool Level 3 School Age Level 1 Preschool Level 2 Level 4,5,6 Preschool Level 1 School Age Level 3 P/C I P/C II School Age Level 2 Special Needs (all ages)

March March March March March March March March March March

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

9:00 - 9:30am 9:00 - 9:45am 9:30 - 10:00am 9:45 - 10:30am 10:00 - 10:30am 10:30 - 11:15am 10:30 - 11:15am 11:15 - 12:00noon 11:15 - 12:00noon 12:00 - 12:45pm

215010-29 215010-30 215010-31 215010-32 215010-33 215010-34 215010-35 215010-36 215010-37 215010-38

School Age Level 3 & 4 School Age Level 1 & 2 Preschool Level 1 Preschool Level 2 & 3

May May May May

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30 30 30 30

Tues Tues Tues Tues

4:30 5:15 6:00 6:30

215010-39 215010-40 215010-41 215010-42

7 7 7 7

5 5 5 5

8 8 8 8

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February February February February

April April April April

May May May May May May May May May May

30 30 30 30

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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(skip (skip (skip (skip (skip (skip (skip (skip (skip (skip

3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30) 3/30)

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Thurs Thurs Thurs Thurs

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5:15pm 5:45pm 6:15pm 7:00pm

5:15pm 6:00pm 6:30pm 7:00pm

Fee:

Questions?

$49.00R / $59.00NR

Call Aquatics Coordinator Cindy Schlidt (414) 531-SWIM

Nicolet Pool Average Temperature: 80 degrees Dimensions: 75ft x 30ft Lanes: 8 Deepest Depth: 13ft (diving well) Shallowest Depth: 3.6ft

Glen Hills Pool Average Temperature: 82 degrees Dimensions: 75ft x 20 ft Lanes: 6 Deepest Depth: 10 ft Shallowest Depth: 2.6 ft

Private swim lessons also available. For more information please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.

American Red Cross Aquatics are taught by certified instructors/aides with lifeguard training. Swimming instruction is a great way to introduce your child to the water, strengthening positive attitudes and proper swimming techniques. Nicolet Recreation Department is an authorized American Red Cross provider. Please read the following carefully: ÑÑ Children ages 4 years and up need to go into the locker room for their respective gender. ÑÑ All participants should be evaluated prior to the first day of lessons to ensure they are in the proper level, if they haven’t been evaluated in the last 6 months, unless they are in the lowest level. ÑÑ Parents please observe lessons from the outer pool lobby only. ÑÑ Persons observing from deck will be charged the open swim fee daily of $3.00R/$6.00NR ÑÑ Lessons may be combined or cancelled based on enrollment numbers. No makeup classes will be given. ÑÑ Classroom enrollment minimum is 5 participants; maximum is 6 participants per instructor for pre school levels ÑÑ Class enrollment minimum is 6 participants; maximum is 10 participants per instructor for school age levels. ÑÑ Registration deadline is the Thursday prior to the start of the session. ÑÑ All persons must exit the building 15 minutes after the conclusion of any aquatic program. ÑÑ Contact Cindy @ 531-SWIM if you need a skill assessment. Open/Lap Swim This combined program of family swim and lap swim is a great opportunity for you and your family to enjoy water indoors. Open swim is open to all ages, while lap swim is open to ages 12 years and up. A swim test will be required for those children wishing to swim in the deep end 22 yards non-stop front crawl with face in water and breathing plus tread water 20 seconds immediately following. Due to safety reasons, water rings and tubes are not allowed. It is recommended that all persons bring a lock to secure personal belongings, however, the lock must be removed and taken home at the end of the swim period. Pool rules, regulations and other pertinent information are posted in the pool area. All persons not participating in open/lap swim must observe from outer lobby or pay a participant fee. All children under 8 years of age must be accompanied in the pool by a paying adult. Limit 2 free children per adult. Exact change only will be accepted at pool location. All persons must exit the building 15 minutes after the conclusion of any aquatic program. If there are no participants in the pool with 30 minutes left the lifeguard will close the pool.

Open Swim - Glen Hills Pool Fee/Program#: Date: Day: Time: $40.00R/$50.00NR 20-punch pass 453501-01 January 8 - May 30 Tue. & Thu. 4:30 - 6:45pm (skip 3/26 & 3/28) $50.00R/$63.00NR 30-punch pass 453500-01 January 12 - May 4 Saturday 9:00am - 12noon $3.00R/$5.00NR at door (skip 3/30) (Children under 4 free with paying adult in the pool) Lap Swim - NHS Pool (Lap swim is also available during all the open swim times) Date: Day: Time: January 2 - May 31 Monday - Friday 5:45 - 6:45am January 2 - May 29 Mon. & Wed. 7:00 - 8:00pm (skip 1/28, 3/25, 3/27, 5/27)

Masters Swim

Stay in shape, build strength, stamina, and cardiovascular fitness. Great for tri-athletes, competing Master Swimmers, and for stayin-shape swimmers. Registration with National Masters Program is not included. If you need more information, please call 3517566 or leave a message for Coach Cindy Schlidt at 531-SWIM. Competition is optional and the workouts are exhilarating. Are you from another swim team or just visiting...drop in for only $5.00 per person per morning! Locker room closes 15 minutes after completion. Day: Time: Location: Age: Fee: Instructor:

Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 5:45 - 6:45am Nicolet High School - Pool 18 years and up $110.00R/$130.00NR Cindy Schlidt

Session: I II

Date: January 3 - March 22 March 25 - June 14

Program#: 235080-01 235080-02

The complete Nicolet & Glen Hills Aquatic Schedule is located on the Nicolet Website www.nicolet.k12.wi.us (then click on recreation) If you are interested in setting up a water badge workshop for your Boy or Girl Scout group please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.

Babysitting Basic

The purpose of this course is to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. Skills include a guide to leadership, the business of babysitting, being safe and sound on the job, understanding kids from 0 to 10, caring for kids from feeding to bedtime, and it’s an emergency...Now what? Must attend the entire day, complete all skills with competency. Please bring notebook and pen. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements. All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Date: March 30 Day: Saturday Time: 8:00am - 2:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Library Age: 11 years & up Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Program#: 234050-01 Min/Max: 6/14 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

American Red Cross Adult CPR & AED

Are you prepared to keep your family and work place safe? This program will help ensure safety and a chance to become certified. Includes: hands on skills training preparing you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies for people over 12 years old. Must pass written tests and practical skills tests with 80% or higher to be certified. Need proof of certification for recertification. Certification is valid for two years. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements. All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Date: May 11 Day: Saturday Time: 8:00 - 1:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Library Age: 11 years and up Fee: $93.00R/$103.00NR Program#: 234060-01 Min/Max: 6/12 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

Waterfront Lifeguarding Add-on

Infant/Child CPR

Are you prepared to keep your family and work place safe? This program will help ensure safety and a chance to become certified. Includes: hands on skills training preparing you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies. Must pass writen tests and practical skills tests with 80% or higher to be certified. Need proof of certification for recertification. Certification is valid for two years. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements. All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Date: May 18 Day: Saturday Time: 8:00 - 11:30am Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Age: 11 years and up (A109) Fee: $92.00R/$102.00NR Program#: 234010-01 Min/Max: 6/12 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

Participants registered for Lifeguard Training may choose to add waterfront lifeguarding. Must pass lifeguarding class to receive waterfront lifeguard certification and pass written and practical testing for waterfront. Pre-test given on first day. Must bring mask, snorkel and fins to class. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements. All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Date: March 30 Day: Saturday Time: 2:30 - 6:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $85.00R/$95.00NR Program#: 224041-01 Min/ Max: 6/14 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

Lifeguard Training

Program includes Lifeguarding, CPR, First Aid, and AED. A pocket mask is included in the fee. Lifeguarding certification is current for two years. A pretest will be held on the first day of the program. Persons unable to complete the pretest satisfactorily will not be allowed to continue. Participation in all sessions is required. Must pass all tests with 80% or higher plus practical skills to be certified. Please bring proof of ages to first class. (Re-certs please bring proof of current certification and pocket mask). Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements. All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Time: 4:15 - 10:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Min/Max: 6/12 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt Option: Full Recertification

Date: March 25 - 29 March 27 - 29

Day: Monday - Friday Wednesday - Friday

Fee: $219.00R/$249.00NR $174.00R/$194.00NR

Program#: 234040-01 234040-02

If you are interested in a CPR/Pro/AED program or Lifeguard Challenge please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.

Gymnastics

Age-appropriate skills will be introduced and developed in this recreational instruction program. Participants will practice movements ranging from basic tumbling to use of balance beam and uneven parallel bars. Participants should wear non-restrictive clothing such as a bodysuit, t-shirt, shorts, gymnastics slippers, cotton socks, or bare feet. No tights, nylon socks, clothing with zippers, belt buckles, or jewelry. Long hair should be tied back. Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gymnastics area) Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: NHS Staff Session: Level: Date: I Mom & Tot (18 months - 2 years) January 14 - March 4 II Nicsters (3 years) January 14 - March 4 III Nicotiers (4 - 5 years) January 15 - March 5 IV Mom & Tot (18 months - 2 years) March 16 - May 11 (skip 3/30) V Nicsters (3 years) March 16 - May 11 (skip 3/30) VI Nicotiers (4 - 5 years) March 16 - May 11 (skip 3/30)

Day: Mondays Mondays Tuesdays Saturdays

Time: 5:00 - 5:30pm 5:35 - 6:05pm 5:00 - 5:35pm 10:00 - 10:30am

Program#: 211141-01 211141-02 211141-03 211141-04

Saturdays

10:35 - 11:05am

211141-05

Saturdays

11:10 - 11:50am

211141-06

Mommy & Me Dance Aerobics & Meditation

The Mommy & Me program is focused on movements, coordination, balance, rhythm, stretching, and basic kinetic skills for you and your little one. The class is set to music and will feature basic dance steps in ballroom dance, ballet, and jazz. Easy yoga-style moves are incorporated into the curriculum to help with flexibility and an increased range of motion. Parents focus on sculpting, strengthening, and elongating their muscles. Moms will love this opportunity to be a part of their child’s dance education and enjoy the freeing movement of “Mommy & Me!” Session: Date: Program#: Day: Fridays I January 18 - February 15 212685-01 NEW! Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm II April 5 - May 3 212685-02 Location: Good Hope School - Gym Age: Mothers’ with 2 & 3 year olds Fee: $79.00R/$89.00NR Min/Max: 6/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Fox Point Lutheran Preschool

is now accepting enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year! All are welcome!

We offer: • • • • •

What your preschooler will learn:

45 years of serving preschool families Loving and nurturing environment Degreed and experienced teachers Spacious classroom and playground Curriculum rich in literature, art and music

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Listening skills Fine and large motor skills Language skills How to play with peers Social skills

M/W/F Morning/Afternoon Class for 3-4 year olds T/TH Morning Class for 3 year olds (must be 3 by Dec. 1, 2013)

Call 414.352.8990 to schedule a tour or visit us at www.foxpointchurch.org.

Mommy & Me Art

Winter Wonderland Crafts - When those cold, snowy days of winter get you down, join us! Each class we will create two winterthemed projects with no snowpants required. We will create a giant snowman in the class and explore making snowflakes, bird feeders and even a mitten craft! An adult must accompany the child. Storytime and Crafts - Give a Moose a Muffin … and then what? Your kids will enjoy their favorite books and then create a craft about it! Lions, and tigers and bears, plus pandas, penguins and the sea! Every week will be a new book and a new craft to take home. An adult must accompany the child. Crafty Kitchen - Is your kitchen for cooking or crafting? Join us to explore all of the craftiness hidden in your kitchen … turkey basters, and salad spinners … who knew? We’ll be using fruits, vegetables, pasta and rice - not for cooking – but creating art projects! A smock (or apron) would be a good idea. An adult must accompany the child. Day: Wednesdays Time: 9:30 - 10:15am Location: Good Hope School - Room 6 Age: 2-4 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Min/Max: 4/12 Instructor: Lori Musil

NEW!

Session: Date: Program#: Winter Wonderland Crafts January 16 - February 20 212350-01 Storytime and Crafts February 27 - April 10 (skip 3/27) 212350-02 Crafty Kitchen April 17 – May 22 212350-03

Fingerpainting Frenzy!!

A mom’s (or dad’s) dream come true!  Create messy fingerpainting masterpieces with your toddler/preschooler without the cleanup!!  Parents and children alike should wear their favorite “messy-art-project clothes” and bring an extra outfit for the ride home. You’ll need it! Day: Mondays Session: Date: Program#: Time: 9:30 - 10:20am I January 14 - February 18 212541-01 Location: Good Hope School - Room 6 II March 4 - April 22 (skip 3/25, 4/1) 212541-02 Age: 15 months - 4 years old Fee: $44.00R/$54.00NR Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Lisa Vondra, Nicolet Rec. Dept. Summer Camp Director and DPI Licensed Professional Educator

Painting for Toddlers and Preschoolers/Gym Time COMBO!

Enjoy getting into messy fun with your young one – we’ll do the clean-up! Then come shake the wiggles out with your child in our gym. A variety of activities will be set up. This is the perfect opportunity for you and your child to let loose! Day: Thursdays Session: Date: Program#: Time: 9:30 - 11:00am I January 10 - February 14 212540-01 Location: Good Hope School Room 6 & Gym II February 28 - April 11 (skip 3/28) 212540-02 Age: 15 months - 4 years old Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR Min/Max: 4/10 Instructor: Lisa Vondra, Nicolet Rec. Dept. Summer Camp Director and DPI Licensed Professional Educator

Parent-Tot Super Sports

This program gives you and your child an opportunity to bond and have fun together while learning a variety of sports. This class is great for simple motor skills such as; catching, throwing, batting, shooting, passing, and anything that involves hand-eye coordination. Parents participate with the child as we play soccer, basketball, hockey, teeball, and many other sports. Day: Tuesdays Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Location: Good Hope School - Gym Age: 2 - 3 years old Fee: $62.00R/$72.00NR Min/Max: 6/20 Instructor: All Star Sports Instruction Staff Session: Date: Program#: I January 29 - March 12 211280-01 II April 2 - May 14 211280-02

“How To Eat A Brownie - Children’s Etiquette”

Well-mannered children have a lifelong advantage in job situations and in relationships. We start with introductions, shaking hands, and projecting confidence. We continue with conversation skills, family etiquette, what the “R” stands for in R.S.V.P., and writing memorable thank you notes. At the last class, we will eat a brownie while holding the silverware European style. The reasons for the rules are always made clear, and there are activities in every class. Time: 4:00 - 5:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Age: 7 - 12 years Fee: $82.00R/$92.00NR Min/Max: 6/14 Instructor: Margery Sinclair Session: I II

Date: January 9, 16, 23 April 16, 23, 30

Day: Wednesdays Tuesdays

Program#: 210170-01 210170-02

Chess

This chess class will teach chess to beginning to intermediate level chess ability using WSCF’s chess school curriculum and certificate program. Instruction will be balanced with instruction and active play. All players will participate in a 5 round Swiss style tournament during the last 5 weeks of the class. For more info call 262-573-5624. Date: February 5 - April 16 (skip 3/26) Level: Time: Program#: Day: Tuesdays Beginner 5:00 - 6:15pm 212161-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B111 Intermediate 6:30 - 7:45pm 221161-02 Grade: 1st – 6th Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 10/20 Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff

Investment Club

We all know Apple is a great company – is it time to buy the stock? Join our Investment Club and watch your own portfolio grow! This program will allow students to “invest” cash in a portfolio of stocks and monitor their performance. Each week we will discuss the high points of investing, beginning with what is a stock and why do companies seek capital, followed by what to consider when making an investment, how does the market work, how does the economy affect investments, and ending with how to determine if your investment decisions were good ones. This program will offer participants a chance to ask questions and offer ideas. May you all enjoy great returns! The instructor will be on hand immediately after the school day dismissal to supervise participants until the class begins. Dates: January 8 - March 19 Day: Tuesdays Time: 3:30 - 4:30 pm Location: Bayside Middle School Grade: 6th – 8th grade Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 212290-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Cindy Bohlen, former Securities Analyst, Mutual Fund Manager, Portfolio Manager

Kidstage

Kidstage is a youth drama program designed to create a fun-filled, high energy atmosphere that incorporates acting exercises, theatre games and drama skills. The curriculum will enhance confidence, creativity, self-esteem, teamwork, problem-solving skills memorization skills, concentration and leadership. All KidStage classes culminate in a performance - giving EVERY student a stage role and the opportunity to demonstrate their skills before their parents and the community. Larger classes will be broken up into small groups based on age and experience. KidStage - Where Every Kid’s a Star! Day: Saturdays Location: Lydell Community Center - Room 24 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Blair Kath, Certified Kidstage Instructor Session: I II III IV

Age: 3 - 4 years old 5 - 7 years old 3 - 4 years old 5 - 7 years old

Date: Jan. 12 - Feb. 16 Jan. 12 - Feb. 16 Feb. 23 - Mar. 30 Feb. 23 - Mar. 30

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Time: 9:30 - 10:15am 10:30 - 11:30am 9:30 - 10:15am 10:30 - 11:30am

Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR $70.00R/$80.00NR $60.00R/$70.00NR $70.00R/$80.00NR

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Kids-In-A-Break

A 10-hour over 5 session educational opportunity for children who are experiencing the challenges of family separation, divorce, or the blending of families. The program teaches communication, problem solving, relationship, and life-planning skills they need through interactive hands-on exercises specific to families who are or have separated. Through “KIDS-IN-A-BREAK” education, these children learn important coping mechanisms to minimize negative impact of family separation and maximize the possibility that they will consistently function to their potential and enjoy life daily as they face the many challenges of this or any life-changing event. Curriculum is age appropriate to ensure an optimal learning for all participants. KIAB provides your child with the ability to: NEW! • Follow structured, interactive curriculum with proven results • Experience coaching through practical application of the curriculum • Gain valuable tools to build communication skills and strengthen support relationships • Walk away with a valid life plan and the basic skills to continue achieving to his or her potential • A FREE 1-year membership to People of Divorce Association for each participating parent Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Library (Room D110) Fee: $219.00R/$249.00NR; each additional child $170.00R/$190.00NR Min/Max: 8/15 Instructor: William Schacht, LICSW, MS Session: I II III IV

Age: 8-12 years 13-17 years 8-12 years 13-17 years

Date: Day: Program#: January 15 - February 12 Tuesdays 212670-01 January 17 - February 14 Thursdays 212670-02 April 9 - May 7 Tuesdays 212670-03 April 11 - May 9 Thursdays 212670-04

Crazy Chemworks

Mad Science is coming to Indian Hill School. Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a junior chemist! We’ll get to handle laboratory tools, and pick up some tricks on chemical changes. These classes are packed solid with cool reactions. All programs include cool take home items too! Date: February 27 - April 10 (skip 3/27) Day: Wednesdays Time: 3:05 - 4:05pm Location: Indian Hill School Grade: K5 - 2nd Fee: $79.00R/$89.00NR Program#: 212140-01 Min/Max: 10/25 Instructor: Mad Science Staff

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Nature Nymphs

Calling all curious preschool detectives AND maple sugar farmers! Are you ready for a wonderful winter adventure? First, there are secrets to sleuth in the silent snow and lots of frosty fun in your future! • We’ll crack the case of the missing animals • And discover their winter strategies. Will we meet many animals who never get valentines? We’ll use winter as the catalyst for science experiments, tracking, games, art, stories & indoor play around a cozy ‘campfire’ When we hear woodpeckers drumming in late winter, we’ll get out the sap buckets, drill a maple or two and enjoy some tasty treats as we explore the lore of this short, sweet 5th season of the year! *The instructor is an experienced naturalist, school age & family educator, writer and backyard sugar farmer.

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Date: February 7 - March 7 CO-O Day: Thursdays Time: 12noon - 2:00pm Location: Range Line School - Room 109 & Outside 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Age: 3 - 6 years old Fee: $100.00R/$120.00NR Program#: 212194-01 Min/Max: 7/25 Instructor: Wendy Seaman*

Backyard Maple Sugaring

Here’s a great prescription for winter doldrums! Tap into your family’s Inner Sugar Farmer and learn the lore-Hands On- of this short, sweet 5th season of the year! No backyard sugar maples? No problem! If you or your neighbors have ANY kind of maples, or basswood, box elder, or even birch & hickory, you can share the easy adventure of tapping trees & making syrup to enjoy. You’ll learn-hands on- how to tap a tree without any harm to it. You’ll experience the history and fun traditions of sugaring, which include some tasty treats for you to enjoy. Fun for all ages! *The instructor is an experienced naturalist, school age & family educator, writer and backyard sugar farmer. ^Family is defined as two adults and their DEPENDENT children. Date: February 16 Day: Saturday NEW! Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 & backwoods Age: 3 - Adult Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR per family^ Program#: 212193-01 Min/Max: 4/10 families Instructor: Wendy Seaman*

Legos

Legos Session I: This class focuses on teaching the fundamentals of simple machines. Using LEGO Technic sets, students build a new model each week. They’ll construct a drawbridge, catapults, motorized car, amusement park ride and more! They’ll have fun as they apply what they learn, including simple machines, levers, wheels and axles, gears, ratchets and drive trains, and motorized systems. Legos Session II: Building on Concepts learned in Session I, we will continue construction of more advanced projects. It is suggested that LEGO Session I or previous experience in Lego construction be completed before taking this class. Day: Thursdays Session: Date: Program#: NEW! Time: 3:50 - 4:50pm I February 28 - March 21 (skip 3/14) 212121-01 Location: Parkway School II April 18 - May 9 212121-02 Grade: 1st - 3rd Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Lego Movie Making

With a team, build your own mini movie set and create your own animated movie using provided LEGO mini figures or other objects! Using a camera and Windows Media Maker, you use a computer and camera to make your animated movie using stop-motion and other techniques. You then edit your movie and add exciting sound effects, music, narration and titles with the Windows Media Movie Maker. Bring a Flash Drive to bring the Finished Product home! Date: February 23 - March 16 NEW! Day: Saturdays Time: 9:00 - 10:15am Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 Grade: 1st - 5th Fee: $46.00R/$56.00NR Program#: 212122-01 Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Scratch Video Game Design

Children love games, especially computer games. They talk about them, they play them, and they brag about their accomplishments. Children also love to challenge each other in these games, so much so that an entire industry has developed around playing games online. Yet, children seek to understand how people make the computer games they play. How does the video game know where the special coins are in Super Mario? How does it know when Zelda saves the Princess? Our Junior Video Game Design class shows them the answers. Bring a Flash Drive to bring the Finished Product home! Date: February 23 - March 16 NEW! Day: Saturdays Time: 10:30 - 11:45am Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 Grade: 5th - 8th Fee: $46.00R/$56.00NR Program#: 212123-01 Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Magellan Day School Full time elementary school, September through June Ages 2 and one half through middle school Curriculum and school culture structured specifically for gifted learners Academic challenge, peer acceptance, teacher support Parent Support Council

OPEN HOUSE x February 19, 2012, 4 to 7 p.m. 1 The Wisconsin Center for Gifted Learners 217 W. Dunwood Road Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217 414-351-4441 wcgl@thewcgl.org www.thewcgl.org

Come to learn.

Stay to Grow.

Leave to Serve.

Beginning Orchestra Lessons

This class is for students who wish to try the violin, viola, or cello. This is a beginning string experience for those who have not taken lessons before; methodology used by the teacher is traditional note-reading rather than Suzuki. Students provide their own instruments and will also need Essential Elements Book One for their instrument and a folding music stand for home practice. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Date: January 14 - May 20 (skip 1/21, 2/18, 3/25, 4/1) Day: Mondays Time: 8:00 – 8:40am Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st – 4th Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Program#: 212232-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Groovy Guitars Continuing

This class is a continuation of Groovy Guitars I. We will continue to learn notes and chords in traditional notation and tablature. In addition, we’ll begin studying chord progressions and will try out the electric and bass guitars (teacher-provided). As in the first class, students will need their own appropriately-sized acoustic guitars, folding music stand for home practice, and the book Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book One. Additional teacher-provided materials may cover blues improvisation, bar chords, and scale studies. A recital for parents or a performance opportunity will be the culminating event. Date: January 3 - March 21 (skip 2/28, 3/7) Day: Thursdays Time: 3:40 - 4:40pm Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st – 4th Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Program#: 212233-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Wednesday Morning Orchestra

This class, held at Stormonth School, is for students who have had some string playing experience and who wish to be part of an ensemble playing orchestra repertoire. This class is designed to give elementary string students the opportunity to play together prior to their middle school years. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Date: January 9 - April 24 (skip 3/27) Day: Wednesdays Time: 8:00 – 8:40am Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st – 4th Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Program#: 212231-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Groovy Guitars I

This is a beginning group guitar class for elementary-age students. We’ll learn to play simple melodies on three strings as well as a few simple chords. This beginning class will use traditional notation to read melodies, but guitar tablature with chords. Students need their own appropriately-sized acoustic guitars as well as the book Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book One, and a folding music stand for home practice. A recital for parents will be the culminating event. Date: January 8 - March 19 (skip 3/5) Day: Tuesdays Time: 3:40 - 4:40pm Location: Stormonth School - Music Room Grade: 1st – 4th Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Program#: 212230-01 Min/Max: 4/8 Instructor: Twila Bergeron

Je Suis Talent Runway First Step Modeling Class

Have you always wanted to build your confidence and stage presence as a dancer or actor? Or have you always wanted to model, but don’t know where to start? Take your first step toward what could be the beginning of your professional performing and modeling career with Je Suis Talent, presented by the Performing Dance Academy! This is an opportunity for students to work with internationally successful model, Stephanie Brown, and build your self confidence and inner/outer beauty while having fun! Students will learn modeling basics; to walk the line, polish up their posture/poise, model stance, turns, model stride and much more. At the end of the session there will be a short and fashionable presentation for friends & family to watch students show off all that they’ve learned. Reserve your spot in class now to enhance the model that you are! Students have the opportunity to participate in the Endof-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. *Stephanie Brown, Professional model; Paris, South Africa, London, New York & Chicago, and Kathleen M. Fictum-Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach.  Day: Time: Location: Age: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Wednesdays Session: NEW! 7:00 - 8:00pm I Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) II 10 years and up $149.00R/$169.00NR 5/20 Stephanie Brown & Kathleen M. Fictum*

Date: Program#: January 9 -February 27 212680-01 March 6 - May 1 (skip 3/27) 212680-02

Mother/Daughter Mosaics

Sign up together and have fun! Mosaic is made of small pieces of an object tightly fit together to create a picture or design. Explore the art of mosaic using beads, glass, tile and other precious objects know as tesserae. Recycle a tired item such as a flower pot, wooden bowl, watering can, etc. Materials will be available to make a mosaic wall hanging. *Fee covers both child and adult. Date: February 5 - March 5 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:00—8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Age: 12 years and up Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR* (fee includes supplies) Min/Max: 6/20 Program#: 212192-01 Instructor: Heather Eiden, RYT, art specialist

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Unconventional Sculptures

Students will create collections of original sculptures using unordinary art materials, such as tin foil, found objects and recyclable materials. Date: April 8 – May 13 Session: Grade: Time: Program#: Day: Mondays I 1st - 3rd 6:00 - 6:55pm 212191-01 Location: Shorewood High School - Science Building II 4th - 8th 7:00 - 7:55pm 212191-02 Room 136 1701 E. Capitol Dr. - Shorewood Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR P NEW! Min/Max: 6/14 CO-O Instructor: Gina Glembin

Fabric Art

Students will utilize different forms of fabric to create 3D art objects including textile work, stuffed animals and functional items (wallet, purse). Experience in sewing is not mandatory. Date: January 28 - March 11 (skip 2/18) Session: Day: Mondays I Location: Shorewood High School - Science Building II Room 136 1701 E. Capitol Dr. - Shorewood NEW! Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 3/8 Instructor: Gina Glembin

EI-5195

Grade: 1st - 3rd 4th - 8th

Time: 6:00 - 6:55pm 7:00 - 7:55pm

Program#: 212190-01 212190-02

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Located at Glen Hills Middle School in Glendale, the Nicolet Recreation Department provides an exciting Monday - Friday program full of swimming, sports, arts and crafts, special events, field trips, and more!! NAVY PMS 289 NAVY PMS 289

COLUMBIA BLUE 298 PMSregular 289 In addition toNAVY our 5-week program that runs from noon to 6pm COLUMBIA BLUE 298 COLUMBIA BLUE 298 (following the Glen Hills Summer Academy morning program) we also offer pre and post camp options.

Campers do not have to attend the District’s morning program to be a part of Camp at the Hills!!

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For more information, look for our 2013 Summer Bulletin that will be mailed to every area resident in March; give us a call at 414-351-7566; or visit us on the web at: http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us /activities/recreation.cfm

Located at Glen Hills Middle School in Glendale, the Nicolet Recreation Registration will be available beginning on March 1, 2013 Department provides an exciting Monday - Friday program full of swimming, sports, arts and crafts, special events, field trips, and more!! NAVY PMS 289 NAVY PMS 289

COLUMBIA BLUE 298 PMSregular 289 In addition toNAVY our 5-week program that runs from noon to 6pm COLUMBIA BLUE 298 COLUMBIA BLUE 298 (following the Glen Hills Summer Academy morning program) we also offer pre and post camp options.

Name of Parent/Guardian: __________________________________________ Date: _______ Address: _______________________________________ City: _______________Zip: ______ Home Phone: ___________________________________ Day Phone: ___________________ Name of Child: __________________ Birthdate: _________________ Age: _______ Grade: __ E-mail address: ____________________________ Saturdays or Sundays 1:00 - 3:00pm (times are flexible) Date Requested: ___________________________ Recreation Party

Imagination Party

Gymnastics Party

Dance Party

Crafting Party

Program#: 412100-01 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Pool Party Program#: 412100-02 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Program#: 412100-03 $199.00R/ $219.00NR

Program#: 412100-04 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Program#: 412100-05 $104.00R/ $124.00NR

Program#: 412100-06 $145.00R/ $155.00NR

This party pack age is great for those high energy kids! We will customize a sport or game party with a variety of games and athletic activities. Games include but are not limited to: basketball, soccer, volleyball and various playground games.

This party package is excellent for those kids who love the water! Our host or hostess will give a swim test to all participants ensuring their safety. Children can participate in relay races, diving contests and have fun with a variety of water toys.

This party package provides an hour of entertainment from Mr. Story, a local storyteller and entertainer.  Parties include your choice of parachute games, personalized stories, jokes, puppet shows, dancing, singing, magic and physical challenges.

This party package is great for kids that love gymnastics! Participants will be able to use the balance beam, parallel bars, and much more.

This party package is great for kids that love dancing! We provide the dance & games, you choose the style of dance and songs. From football to Disney to hip hop to ballet princess themes, we do it all!

Choose one of three different craft activities using puffy paints, glitter glue, fabric markers, rhinestones, beads, buttons, and more….or we can customize a project just for your birthday kid!!

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Bring your own food and dinnerware, and we’ll happily provide the space! Requests for the birthday parties must be made at least two weeks in advance. We reserve the right to cancel the party for any unforeseen problem or if payment is not received. Special requests may require additional fees, which must be paid prior to the event. All parties are held at Nicolet High School. It is customary to tip your birthday party host, but it is not required. It is your choice ($5 - $20 usual range). Attendance: ________ Age Range: ________ T-shirt size:________________ Payment by: Cash_____

Special Needs: _____________________

Total Fee, due at the time of request:

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Credit Card: MC/ VISA # ________ - _________- ________ - ________ Expiration Date:____ “As a participant in this program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injury, damage or loss which I may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such a program. I agree to waive and relinquish claims that I may have as a result of participating in this program against the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents servants and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims from injuries, damage or loss which I may have to occur to me on account of my participation in this program. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents, servants employees from any all claims resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of this program.” I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE PROGRAM DETAILS AND WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS.

Signature: ______________________________________________________ Date: ________________

*Premiering the Nicolet Performing Dance Academy! Building Confidence and Strength through Passion & Technique! Enroll now and participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase!* Knight Time Dance Team

The Knight Time Dance Team (KTDT), coached by Kathleen M. Fictum, is an exciting NEW program open to all middle school students in the greater Nicolet community! The goal of the team is to offer middle school students the opportunity to participate in the sport of dance prior to beginning their High School career, while being apart of an elite group of athletes, working together to support their community and the arts! Knight Time Dancers will perform pom, jazz and hip-hop dance routines at local middle school basketball games and Varsity Nicolet Basketball games during the months of January & February, with an opportunity to attend dance competitions in February/March.  Whether you’re a middle-schooler looking to have fun, continue a professional dance career or are an 8th grader planning on trying out for the NHS Varsity dance team, everyone will feel at home with KTDT! (NHS Varsity Tryouts will be held April 16th & 18th, 2013). *Each dancer is responsible for providing their own tan jazz shoes & skin colored dance tights. Dancers should have them by Jan. 7th. You may order through the coach prior to Dec. 20th, 2012. Parent meeting on January 5th at 9:30am in the Nicolet High School - Room B112 (room adjacent to the cafeteria). All participants are required to attend the Master Learning Clinic: January 5th at 10:30am - 2:30pm in the Nicolet High School - Dance Studio. Please bring own lunch/beverage. Date: January 8 - February 21 and performance times TBA Day: Tuesdays & Thursdays Time: 6:15 - 7:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) NEW! Grade: 6th - 8th Fee: $180.00R/$200.00NR (includes $50.00 costume fee)* Program#: 211150-01 Min/Max: 8/50 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, NHS Head Dance Team Coach, Nicolet Performing Dance Academy Director

Knights Junior Dance Team

The Knights Junior Dance Team, coached by Kathleen M. Fictum, is continuing it’s momentum and offering its first winter session! The team is open to all 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students in the greater Nicolet community! The goal of the team is to offer elementary school students the opportunity to learn and perform dance basics in a team setting. Ballet, Jazz and Hip Hop technique fundamentals will be taught using proper dance instruction standards and etiquette. In this fun and educational program students will build self confidence, learn life-long leadership skills and experience working together as a family unit! Knight Junior Dancers will perform dance routines at 2-3 Varsity Nicolet Basketball games during the months of January & February, with an opportunity to attend dance competitions in February/March.  This is not a program to pass up, enroll now and reserve your child’s spot as a Knights Junior Dancer! *Each dancer is responsible for providing their own tan jazz shoes & skin colored dance tights. Dancers should have them by Jan. 7th. You may order through coach prior to Dec. 20th, 2012. Parent meeting on January 5th at 9:30am in the Nicolet High School - Room B112 (room adjacent to the cafeteria). Date: January 9 - February 20 and performance times TBA Day: Wednesdays Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm NEW! Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Grade: 3rd - 5th Fee: $99.00R/$109.00NR (includes $30.00 costume fee)* Program#: 211151-01 Min/Max: 8/50 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, NHS Head Dance Team Coach, Nicolet Performing Dance Academy Director

Hip-Hop & Breakdancing Classes

Come and break it down, learning urban street/commercial styles of hip hop along with break dancing basics! Our dance studio offers a smart and challenging Hip Hop curriculum for all ages that provides students with a high energy workout while accumulating a repertoire of dance moves to bust out the next time your favorite song comes on, to empress judges at your next audition/competition or to use in your crew battles! Students also have the opportunity to freestyle, choreograph and battle! Class placement is based on ability; ages are given for general direction. Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Requirements: clean tennis shoes, moveable/stretchable pants, moveable top Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) NEW! $99.00R/$109.00NR 3/20 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Session: Age: Date: Day: Levels 1 & 2 6-9 years February 26 - May 28 Tuesdays (skip 3/26, 4/16) Levels 3 & 4 9-11 years February 28 - May 23 Thursdays (skip 3/14, 3/28, 4/18) Level 5 11-13 years February 28 - May 23 Thursdays (skip 3/14, 3/28, 4/18) Level 6 14-18 years January 16 - May 29 (skip 3/27) Wednesdays

Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm

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5:00 - 6:00pm

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8:00 - 9:00pm

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8:00 - 9:00pm

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Dancing Darlings

This class is designed to introduce your Dancing Darlings to the basics of dance in a warm and caring environment! Students will engage in hands-on movement activities essential to proper development in coordination, recognizing music and rhythms, cutting and timing, and self-confidence. A combination of Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet basics will be taught to stir up students’ excitement for movement and music! Exciting props are utilized to practice a variety of movements and enhance the imagination! Requirements: Self-purchase pink leotard, pink dance tights, and pink leather or canvas ballet slippers prior to first class. Orders can be place through Miss Kathleen prior to Dec. 20th. Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Date: January 19 - June 1 (skip 2/9, 3/16, 3/30, 5/25) NEW! Day: Saturdays Time: 12:00 - 12:45pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Age: 3-4 years Fee: $89.00R/$99.00NR Program#: 212681-01 Min/Max: 3/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance

Twinkle Toe Totz

Continue/begin your Twirling Tot’s education in the basics of dance in this beginning artistic & energetic class! Students will develop a strong foundation in dance as they build upon ballet basics, technique, rhythms and stage presentation! Tap basics will be introduced into the curriculum and soon your Tot will be taping their feet at home and on stage. Reserve your Twirling Tot’s spot in this popular class now! Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Requirements: Self-purchase black leotard, pink dance tights, pink leather or canvas ballet slippers and black tap shoes prior to first class. Orders can be placed through Miss Kathleen prior to Dec. 20th. Date: January 19 - June 1 NEW! (skip 2/9, 3/16, 3/30, 5/25) Day: Saturdays Time: 1:30 - 2:15pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Age: 5-6 years Fee: $89.00R/$99.00NR Program#: 212682-01 Min/Max: 3/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance

Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Ballet Dance

Ballet is the foundation of all dance forms. It provides education in grace, poise, and technique needed to be proficient in all other areas of dance. It is recommended for all types of dancers and required for company members. Ballet classes will help dancers with posture, flexibility, turnout, terminology and feet positions. Dancers will begin class at the barre, move to center floor work, followed by across the floor combinations and wrap up with routine choreography. Ballet is the most disciplined and important genre of dance, creating strong and competent athletes. Each level in the ballet series builds on technique and skill. Class placement is based on ability; ages are given for general direction. Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Requirements: Self-purchase black leotard, black ballet skirt or shorts, pink dance tights, pink canvas or leather ballet shoes prior to first class. Orders may be placed through Miss Kathleen prior to Dec. 20th. Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Fee: $99.00R/$109.00NR NEW! Min/Max: 3/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach Session: Age: Date: Day: Levels 1 & 2 7-9 years January 19 - June 1 Saturdays (skip 2/9, 3/16, 3/30, 5/25) Levels 3 & 4 9-11 years January 23 - June 1 Wednesdays (skip 3/27) Level 5 10-13 years February 28 - May 23 Thursdays (skip 3/14, 3/28, 4/18) Level 6 14-18 years March 4 - May 20 Mondays (skip 3/25)

Time: 2:30 - 3:15pm

Program#: 212683-01

5:00 - 6:00pm

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5:30 - 6:30pm

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4:30 - 5:30pm

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Pre-Pointe/Pointe I

Pre-Pointe is designed to prepare dancers for success en pointe. Curriculum enhances ballet teachings and takes students to the next level, figuratively and literally! This class emphasizes strengthening exercises for the legs, calves, ankles and feet. Dancers learn about pointe shoes, how to properly affix/ tie pointe shoe ribbons, and proper foot care. Students that successfully demonstrate proper technique & strength required for pointe will be allowed to dance en pointe for the end-of-the-year Showcase! Requirements: 13 years old minimum and Instructors consent (at lease 2+years of ballet training) Self purchase black leotard, black ballet skirt or shorts, pink dance tights, and pointe shoes prior to first class. Orders may be placed through Miss Kathleen prior to Dec. 20th. Date: Day: Time: Location: Age: Instructor:

February 25 - May 20 (skip 3/25) Fee: $79.00R/$99.00NR Mondays Program#: 212684-01 5:30 - 6:00pm Min/Max: 3/20 Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) 13 years and up Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

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Tap Dance

Tap Dance is a timeless art form that combines dance and percussion capturing our attention through the infectious rhythms created. Tap dancers are featured in musicals, movies, television, commercials, and concerts. Classes begin with warm up exercises in the center that increase control, coordination, and rhythm, followed by across the floor exercises that teach dynamics, shading, phrasing, and musicality, concluding with extended rhythmic phrases and improvisation exercises. The goal is to develop tap dancers that are equally strong musicians, dancers, and performers in a fun and exciting environment! Class placement is based on ability; ages are given for general direction. Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Requirements: Self purchases black leather tap shoes, capris or shorts and moveable top prior to first class. Date: Day: Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor: Session: Levels 3 & 4 Levels 5 & 6

February 26 - May 28 (skip 3/26, 4/16) Tuesdays Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) NEW! $89.00R/$99.00NR 3/20 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach Age: 8-13 years 14-18 years

Time: 4:45 - 5:30pm 8:30 - 9:15pm

Program#: 212687-01 212687-02

Jazz/Lyrical/Contemporary Dance Technique

Jazz is a dance form that appeals to everyone because of its energy, variety, and vitality. This genre explores popular, contemporary, lyrical and classic jazz dance, rooted in the vernacular (social dance) forms, that draws inspiration from a wide range of music including jazz, swing, blues, pop, soul and funk. Classes begin with a warm-up to develop strength, flexibility, correct alignment and coordination, followed by progressions across the floor, and concludes in fun and exciting dance combinations. The movement explores a range of styles in both lyrical and percussive disciplines with a focus on jazz elements such as isolations, swing, and rhythm. The goal is to develop dancers who are expressive, dynamic, musical and passionate! Class placement is based on ability; ages are given for general direction. Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1-2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Requirements:  jazz shoes, dance tights, spandex shorts or pants, and form-fitting movable top Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) NEW! $99.00R/$109.00NR 3/20 Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Session: Age: Date: Day: Levels 1 & 2 7-9 years January 19 - June 1 Saturdays (skip 2/9, 3/16, 3/30, 5/25) Levels 3 & 4 9-11 years January 23 - June 1 Wednesdays (skip 3/27) Level 5 10-13 years February 26 - April 16 Tuesdays (skip 3/26, 4/16) Level 6 14-18 years March 4 - May 20 Mondays (skip 3/25)

Time: 3:15 - 4:00pm

Program#: 212688-01

6:00 - 7:00pm

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7:30 - 8:30pm

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6:00 - 7:00pm

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Sapphire Dance Company

The Sapphire Dance Company is a pre-professional company, founded in 2012, made up of select ballet, jazz, contemporary and hip hop dance students at the Performing Dance Academy. Admission into the company is by audition only. The company allows students to enter into the arts industry, learn new choreography and develop performance skills, while giving back to the community by participating in events throughout the year. The Program is a year-round, competitive performing dance organization serving the North Shore and greater Milwaukee area. Our company competes and performs in multiple dance competitions and community events throughout the year. Our mission is to create a structured environment where dedication, motivation, determination, and PASSION are embodied in the spirit of a team. Ultimately it is our goal to provide a fun and educational experience where dancers have the opportunity to learn the ropes of the performing arts and gain the tools to succeed in the art of dance! Students have the opportunity to participate in the End-of-the-Year Showcase, June 1 & 2, 2013—More details will be given the first week of class. Registration: Audition Only, please contact Miss Kathleen for more information and to schedule.*$120 for 6 month contract plus enrolled in assigned Ballet Technique class and one other dancer’s choice technique class at Performing Dance Academy. Date/Day/Time: TBA Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) NEW! Age: 9-18 years Fee: $120.00R/$130.00NR* Program#: 212689-01 Min/Max: 6/20 Instructor: Kathleen M. Fictum, Performing Dance Academy Director, NHS Varsity Dance Team Coach

Private dance technique /choreography instruction also available. For more info please contact Kathleen Fictum at (262) 716-9689 or kathleenfictum@gmail.com

Girls on the Run of Greater Milwaukee

A positive, youth development program offered to girls in 3rd - 8th grade which intertwines training for a 5K. All girls receive a free pair of shoes, water bottle, tshirt, all program materials and entrance to the 5K. ^Please note our Girls on the Run 5K (which all girls will want to attend) will be either June 8/9 (exact day/time TBD). There is no additional fee for your child to attend the 5K. There is an additional charge ($25) for your child’s running buddy. Family members 16 and older are encouraged to be a running buddy for the 5K. GOTR will assign a running buddy to any girl who does not have one. More information will be given at the informational meeting on the first day of practice. *Families are eligible for a reduced fee, please contact: kchristensen31@wi.rr.com

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Fee: Min/Max: Instructors:

$150.00R/$170.00NR* 6/20 Girls On The Run Staff

Grade: 3rd - 4th 5th - 8th

Date: Day: April 2 - June 8/9^ Mon. & Wed. (1st practice on a Tue. due to Spring Break; April 2 - June 8/9^ Tue. & Thu.

Time: Location: Program#: 3:40 - 5:00pm Stormonth School - Gym/Outside 213130-01 5/27 practice moved to Tues., 5/28 due to Memorial Day) 3:10 - 4:30pm Bayside School - Gym/Outside 213130-02

Junior Jazzercise

Fitness is fun with this exercise program designed especially for girls. More than just a dance class, Junior Jazzercise will have kids moving to their favorite songs and playing games while improving coordination, balance, posture, and CONFIDENCE at the same time! Pom poms, balls, hoops & even feather boas will be used during class. The girls will also learn about nutrition & physiology in an easy to understand format and be rewarded for their efforts. A parent should accompany their child into the first class and arrive 10-15 minutes early. Wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes. Water is provided. Students will perform for parents during the last 10 minutes of the final class. Questions? Call Julia Gimbel at (414) 964-1516 Date: January 16 - March 6 Day: Wednesdays Time: 4:15 - 5:00pm Location: Good Hope School - Room 13 Grade: 1st—3rd Fee: $65.00R/$75.00NR Program#: 213050-01 Min/Max: 15/24 Instructor: Julia Gimbel

Jazzercise Team Dance

At Jazzercise Team Dance, girls will have the chance to get moving to their favorite music, learn new dance steps and a performance routine, and find out why fitness can be fun. Team Dance is a non-competitive class for girls in 4th through 7th grade that combines aerobic conditioning and strength training with the fun of traditional and hip-hop dance class choreography. This format devotes more time to learning choreography and refining dance movements than in our Junior Jazzercise class. The instructor will encourage girls of any ability level to do their best and have fun - NO dance experience is necessary! At the end of the last class of the session, the girls will give a brief performance of the dance routine they perfected. Questions? Call Julia Gimbel at (414) 964-1516 Date: January 17 - March 7 Day: Thursdays Time: 4:30 - 5:30pm Location: Good Hope School - Room 13 Grade: 4th - 7th Fee: $65.00R/$75.00NR Program#: 213051-01 Min/Max: 6/24 Instructor: Julia Gimbel

Level 1-2 Girls Gymnastics

This is a beginner level class for those girls who are interested in learning the basics plus some advanced skills on the floor, vault, balance beam and uneven bars. This program is geared toward girls who would like to further themselves in the sport of gymnastics. The girls will be learning a number of skills on all four events plus the beginning elements of the level 2 routines.  They will also be taught strength training as well.  This will be a class where the girls will be required to wear a leotard, or shorts or spandex and a tank top.  All hair should be pulled back and no jewelry please (earrings are ok if small).  This is a class where the girls will have to wait their turn and watch the other girls while waiting for their turn.  There will be 5 min of freetime at the end of each class. Day: Saturdays Time: 12:30 - 1:20pm Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gymnastics area) Age: 6 - 8 years Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Min/Max: 8/12 Instructor: NHS Staff Session: Date: Program#: I January 19 - March 23 (skip 2/16, 3/2) 211130-01 II April 6 - May 25 211130-02

Private gymnastics lessons also available. For more information please call our Cari Peterson at (414) 573-9870

Rock Climbing Team

Rock climbing is a fun and satisfying sport that strengthens the body and mind. Rock climbing allows climbers to enjoy a sport in a non-competitive environment while still emphasizing teamwork, motivation and self-confidence. Rock climbing also builds muscular endurance, flexibility, coordination and mental focus. We aim to build strong, responsible climbers. Teams will be taught by an experienced and knowledgeable coach with a focus on skill and strength development, communication and safety, mental strategy, movement and environmental stewardship. This co-ed team welcomes climbers of all ability and experience levels. Day: Saturdays NEW! Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Milwaukee Turners Climbing Gym P 1034 N. 4th St. - Milwaukee 53203 CO-O Age: 9 - 13 years Fee: $135.00R/$155.00NR Min/Max: 6/18 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff Level: I II

Time: Program#: January 12 - March 23 213200-01 April 13 - June 15 213200-02

Bowling

Come and experience the Shorewood High School Bowling Alley. We will Moon-Glow Bowl the last Sunday of each session. Enjoy bowling with friends or family! Participants must be grade 1 or above. Families can register with their children. Date: January 20 - March 10 (skip 2/24) Grade: Time: Program#: Day: Sundays 1st - 2nd 2:00 - 3:15pm 211360-01 Location: Shorewood High School - Bowling Lanes 3rd - 6th 3:15 - 4:30pm 211360-02 1701 E. Capitol Dr. - Shorewood 7th - 8th 4:30 - 5:45pm 211360-03 Fee: $22.00R/$32.00NR P Min/Max: 2/5 CO-O NEW!

Ultimate Frisbee

This course will offer a chance to learn skill sets in ultimate Frisbee. We will participate in basic fundamentals throwing, catching, and basic offense and defensive skills. Drills and games will be designed to increase your knowledge and ability as well as your love for the game. We will also learn all of the basic rules of ultimate following the USA Ultimate guidelines. If you are a veteran player or just starting to throw a Frisbee with friends come out and have a blast. Date: Day: Time: Location: Grade: Fee: Program#: Min/Max: Instructor:

April 29 - May 20 Mondays 3:30 - 5:00pm Atwater Soccer Field 2100 E. Capitol Dr. - Shorewood 5th - 8th $18.00R/$28.00NR 211270-01 12/24 UWM Ultimate Frisbee Club Players

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Juggling for Beginners

If you have ever watched a juggler and thought, “I want to do that!� or if you can currently juggle and are looking to brush up on your skills and learn new tricks, then this class is for you! With a little guidance and steady practice, you will be on your way. Come learn the basics, or if you already know a little bit, learn some new tricks or styles. Participants will receive their very own set of three juggling balls and will also have the opportunity to participate in the eighth annual Jugglefest Variety Show at the Shorewood High School Auditorium on Sunday, April 7. This is a great parent-child activity! Date: Day: Time: Location: Age: Fee: Program#: Min/Max: Instructor:

February 14 - April 4 (skip 2/28, 3/28) Thursdays 3:45 - 4:45pm Shorewood High School - Performing Arts Building

Dance Studio, Room 276 1701 E. Capitol Dr. - Shorewood 7 -13 years $30.00R/$40.00NR 212520-01 6/12 Shorewood Rec. Dept. Staff

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Bananas Swim Team (Green Team)

This program will focus on the basic to advanced techniques of competitive swimming providing training to improve the participants’ fitness related to the sport. Must be able to swim 50+ yards (two lengths of the pool/ one crawlstroke/freestyle and one backcrawl) and carry a “C” average in all classes. Participants are encouraged to attend two practices per week (weekdays/Saturdays are supplemental and stroke development) and compete in league meets with other swim clubs. The Bananas Swim Team has partnered with the Schroeder Swim Club in the development for advanced competitive swimmers. *League Championship Meet is Saturday, March 23 at South Milwaukee High School. Day/Time: Mondays - Thursdays; 5:30 - 6:30pm Saturdays; 11:00am - 12noon (Starting 2/23; 10:00 - 11:00am) Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 1st - 6th & beginner 7th/8th graders Fee: $125.00R/$145.00NR Min/Max: 6/60 Instructor: Dwight Davis, NHS Head Girls/Boys Swim Coach, Kristina Hansen and Katie Sherman Session: I II

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Date: Program#: January 7 - March 23* (skip 1/28, 2/9) 211040-01 April 2 - June 8 (skip 3/25-4/1, 5/27) 211040-02

Bananas Swim Team (Yellow Team)

This program will focus on the basic to advanced techniques of competitive swimming while providing dryland and water training to improve the participants fitness related to the sport of competitive swimming. Participant must be able to swim 100+ yards of the pool (4 lengths) and carry a “C” average in all classes. The program is for pre-high school and high school swimmers. The Bananas Swim Team has partnered with the Schroeder Swim Club in the development for advanced competitive swimmers. Participants are encouraged to attend three one and one half hour practices per week(weekdays/Saturdays are supplemental and stroke development) and encouraged to compete in league meets with other swim clubs. *League Championship Meet is Saturday, March 23 at South Milwaukee High School. Day: Mondays - Thursdays Saturdays (11:00am - 12:30pm & Starting 2/23; 10:00 - 11:00am) Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 7th - 12th including masters and triathletes Fee: $150.00R/$170.00NR Min/Max: 6/40 Instructor: Dwight Davis, NHS Head Girls/Boys Swim Coach, Kristina Hansen and Katie Sherman Session: I II III

Date: Time: January 7 - March 23* (skip 1/28, 2/9) 5:30 - 7:00pm April 2 - June 8 (skip 3/25-4/1, 5/27) 2:45 - 4:15pm April 2 - June 8 (skip 3/25-4/1, 5/27) 5:30 - 7:00pm

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Bananas Diving Team

An introduction and training of competitive diving techniques to include all five positions from the one meter diving board. This program is for boys & girls novice through advanced. Participants must be able to swim 2 lengths of the pool in good form. Day: Saturdays Time: 11:00am - 12:30pm (Starting 2/23; 10:00 - 11:30am) Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Grade: 1st - 12th Fee: $75.00R/$85.00NR Min/Max: 6/20 Instructor: NHS Swimming & Diving Staff Session: I II

Date: Program#: January 12 - March 16 (skip 2/9) 211042-01 April 6 - June 8 211042-02

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 Introductory Competitive Swimming Programs (Ages 5-10)  Beginner Diving Lessons  Year Round Age-Group Swim and Dive Training  Expert and Caring Coaches  Premier Olympic Size Pool and Dive Facility

GIVE US A CALL OR STOP BY FOR A TOUR – REGISTRATION IS ONGOING THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AND THE 1ST WEEK IS FREE! Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center, 9240 N. Green Bay Rd., Brown Deer, WI

Hot4Lax Indoor Lacrosse at Uihlein

This is a lacrosse program for 1st - 8th grade boys that are either a beginner or experienced. This is a great opportunity to learn the game of lacrosse, try a new sport or improve your skills in the off-season. The program will consist of skills and drills and game-like situations. One time slot includes ½ skills and drills and ½ scrimmage/game situation. Fee includes reversible jersey. Day: Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor: Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX

Mondays Uihlein Indoor Soccer Complex - Field #3 7101 W. Good Hope Road - Milwaukee 53122 $90.00R/$100.00NR 12/50 Hot4Lax Lacrosse Staff Grade: 1st - 3rd 4th - 6th 7th - 8th 1st - 3rd 4th - 6th 7th - 8th 1st - 3rd 4th - 6th 7th - 8th

Date: January 7 - 28 January 7 - 28 January 7 - 28 February 4 - 25 February 4 - 25 February 4 - 25 March 4 - 25 March 4 - 25 March 4 - 25

Time: 5:00 - 5:55pm 6:00 - 6:55pm 7:00 - 7:55pm 5:00 - 5:55pm 6:00 - 6:55pm 7:00 - 7:55pm 5:00 - 5:55pm 6:00 - 6:55pm 7:00 - 7:55pm

Program#: 211220-01 211220-02 211220-03 211220-04 211220-05 211220-06 211220-07 211220-08 211220-09

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North Shore Blue Jays Girls Indoor Lacrosse Clinic

Open to players of all skill levels. This is a great way to learn the fundamentals of girls lacrosse, in a fun and engaging environment. We will begin each session with warm-ups, then concentrate on catching, throwing, and shooting skills. As the girls progress, they will learn the different field positions and rules of lacrosse, through drills and games. *The head instructor for this clinic is Nicole Brander, a starter for the University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse Team. She went on to Coach the Mukwonago High School Varsity Girls Lacrosse Team. During her time as coach, Nicole took her team to the championship game, and the team won many all-conference awards. Her former players are currently playing on a national traveling team. Equipment required: stick, goggles, and mouthguard. Date: Day: Time: Location: Grade: Fee: Program#: Min/Max: Instructor:

January 5, 12; February 2 & Sunday, February 3 (2:00 - 4:00pm) Saturdays 5:00 - 7:00pm Nicolet High School - Gym 2 2nd - 8th $125.00R/$145.00NR 211221-01 10/40 Nicole Brander* and The North Shore Blue Jays Girls Coaches

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Junior Knights Wrestling Team – Phase I

This club is for the beginner and experienced wrestlers looking to learn and improve on the fundamentals of wrestling. It will introduce & teach basic wrestling positions & moves from the up, down and neutral positions. Participants will learn wrestling with an emphasis on technique, positioning & sportsmanship in a fun, fast-paced atmosphere. Program instructed by Nicolet Jr. Knights Wrestling Coaches and Nicolet HS Wrestling Coaches. If you have questions or concerns about the program, equipment and other fees please call Coach Ott at 414-303-7187 or email him at: jotts@att.net *Option 1: USA Wrestling Card Included: for wrestlers who don’t already have a 2013 USA Wrestling Card and who are planning to complete at tournaments during the season (Fee includes t-shirt, USA Card: $35 value & admission into the North Shore Junior Knights Wrestling Classic Tournament) Option 2: USA Wrestling Card Not-Included: for wrestlers who have already purchased their 2013 USA Wrestling Card or who will plan to purchase their card at their first tournament USA Card required for tournaments – tournament entrance fees, transportation, and equipment fees added as needed Date: Day: Time: Location: Grade: Min/Max: Instructor:

December 3 – January 23 (skip 12/24, 12/26, 12/31) Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:30pm Nicolet High School - Upper North Gym Balcony K4 - 8th grade 10/50 NHS Wrestling Coaching Staff

Option*: Fee: Program#: I - USA Wrestling Card Included $90.00R/$105.00NR 211210-01 II - USA Wrestling Card Not-Included $55.00R/$70.00NR 211210-02

Junior Knights Wrestling Team – Phase II

The Junior Knights Wrestling Team is for the competitive wrestler looking to improve their techniques and prepare for competition. The team will travel to a series of dual meet and tournament competitions throughout the season including a youth tournament to be hosted at NHS: the North Shore Junior Knight Wrestling Classic. All wrestlers on the team must have a current year USA Wrestling Card – required for admission to youth tournaments. For wrestlers with one or more years of experience and/or Phase I. Program instructed by Nicolet Jr. Knights Wrestling Coaches and Nicolet HS Wrestling Coaches. If you have questions or concerns about the program, equipment and other fees please call Coach Ott at 414-303-7187 or email him at: jotts@att.net *Option 1: USA Wrestling Card Included: for wrestlers who don’t already have a 2013 USA Wrestling Card and who are planning to complete at tournaments during the season (Fee includes t-shirt, USA Card: $35 value & admission into the North Shore Junior Knights Wrestling Classic Tournament) Option 2: USA Wrestling Card Not-Included: for wrestlers who have already purchased their 2013 USA Wrestling Card or who will plan to purchase their card at their first tournament USA Card required for tournaments – tournament entrance fees, transportation, and equipment fees added as needed Date: Day: Time: Location: Grade: Min/Max: Instructor:

January 21 - March 20 Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:30pm Nicolet High School - Upper North Gym Balcony K4 - 8th grade 10/50 NHS Wrestling Coaching Staff

Option*: Fee: Program#: I - USA Wrestling Card Included $95.00R/$105.00NR 211211-01 II - USA Wrestling Card Not-Included $60.00R/$70.00NR 211211-02

Jr. Knights Football and other youth league participants can purchase a Nicolet weight room/fitness center for only $25.00 For more information please call our office at (414) 351-7566

MikroSoccer

MikroSoccer introduces the young player to the basics of the game. Participants are exposed to FUNdamentals, techniques and motor skills. MikroSoccer enhances team dynamics by using positive reinforcement and it brings excellent experiences to the learning process. Parents are welcome to participate. Shirt included with program fee. Participants are required to bring their own #3 ball. Balls can be purchased from instructor for $10.00. Time: 10:00 - 11:00am Session I Age: 3—6 years co-ed Date: Day: Program#: Location: Glen Hills Middle School Gym/Outside Jan. 12—Feb. 16 Sat. 211070-01 Fee: $59.00R/$69.00NR Jan. 13—Feb. 17 Sun. 211070-02 Min/Max: 8/35 per time slot Instructor: Milwaukee Kickers Staff Session II Session III Date: Day: Program#: Date: Feb. 23 - April 6 (skip 3/30) Sat. 211070-03 April 13—May 18 Feb. 24 - April 7 (skip 3/31) Sun. 211070-04 April 14—May 19

Day: Sat. Sun.

Program#: 211070-05 211070-06

Kickball

Kickball is a recreational playground game which was originally called “Kick Baseball” and played just the same.  It is truly lots of fun and most commonly played on school playgrounds.  In this class, we will learn the correct way to play and have loads of fun doing it.  This is also a great physical team sport without injuries and every week we’ll have battling competitions against each other.  On the last day we will have a “winner takes all game” and that team will received an award and bragging rights that they are the Nicolet Rec. Kickball Champs. Of course, no sports competition is complete without an end of the season party which will also happen on the very last night. So beat the winter indoor blues and sign up! Day: Mondays Session: Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm I Location: Glen Hills School - Gym II Age: 6 - 13 years Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 15/25 Instructor: Ilona Cheney

Roufus Mighty Mind and Mighty Muscles Martial Arts Fitness and Bully Training For Kids

The goal at Academe Roufus is to teach children respect for themselves and others through important life skills like listening to directions, paying attention, and the value of concentration. All in addition to teaching the physical skills and grace of a world renown Martial Arts program, which has led the field since 1973. Parents, you are welcome to train with your children at no additional cost. Be a Roufus Fit Family. The family that kicks together, sticks together. Date: January 12 - March 9 (Gym 2 on 2/9) Day: Saturdays Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Location: Nicolet High School - Room A113 (Dance Studio) Age: 5 - 12 years old Fee: $55.00R/$65.00NR Program#: 211080-01 Min/Max: 10/25 Instructor: Pat Roufus

Date: Program#: January 21 - March 11 211230-01 April 8 - May 20 211230-02 (5/20 class 6:00 - 8:30pm)

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Parent/Child Archery

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. We recommend parents to attend the program with child. Date: April 13 - May 25 Day: Saturdays Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Age: 5-9 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky Session: Day: Time: Program#: I Saturdays 9:00 - 9:30am 211131-01 II Saturdays 9:30 - 10:00am 211131-02

Indoor Archery - Parent/Child

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. We recommend parents to attend the program with child. Date: February 27 - March 20 (skip 3/14) Day: Wednesdays & Thursdays Time: 6:00 - 6:30pm Location: Glen Hills School - Upper Gym Age: 6 - 10 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 211132-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Archery - PreTeen

Indoor Archery - PreTeen

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. Date: April 13 - May 25 Day: Saturdays Time: 10:00 - 11:00am Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Age: 10-13 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 211134-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows. Date: February 27 - March 20 (skip 3/14) Day: Wednesdays & Thursdays Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: Glen Hills School - Upper Gym Age: 11 - 13 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 211133-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Karate

Let your child experience the challenges of the Young American Martial Arts Club. This dynamic program has been developed in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Children’s Center, a leader in early childhood development and education. This innovative martial arts program will encourage your child to develop a positive attitude, perseverance, self confidence, and self discipline. All this and more in the fun-filled challenges of the Young American Martial Arts Club conveniently located at Parkway School. Please inquire within for a discount for additional family members that register. Upon registering, please inform Parkway office staff that you will be attending this program after school. *The 6/12, 6/19, 6/26 classes will be held at Lydell Community Center - 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay. Day: Wednesdays Location: Parkway School - Gym Fee: $179.00R/$199.00NR Min/Max: 10/50 Instructor: Phil Sauer Session: I II III IV

Age: 4-6 years 7-9 years 4-6 years 7-9 years

Date: Time: January 9 - April 3 (skip 3/27) 4:15 - 4:45pm January 9 - April 3 (skip 3/27) 4:45 - 5:30pm April 10 - June 26* 4:15 - 4:45pm April 10 - June 26* 4:45 - 5:30pm

Program#: 211100-01 211100-02 211100-03 211100-04

Learn To Ski or Snowboard at Sunburst

Whether you are an experienced skier/snowboarder or have never tried it, this program is for you. Each session includes one hour of lessons with the remaining time for open skiing or snowboarding. Plus each participant who completes the lessons receives a Sunburst Ski Club Membership, allowing them to come back anytime after completing the program and ski for the day for a nominal fee. Prices include bus transportation. Minimum number of 15 is required, so sign up early! All registrations and Sunburst paperwork must be completed no later than Friday, December 7. All participants must rent a helmet if they do not bring their own. Helmet rental is $20 for the 4 week session payable to Sunburst. This is a great program to do with a friend. Ski – Rental: lessons, lift ticket, ski and boot rental, Ski Club Membership and transportation. NEW! Ski - Non-Rental: lessons, lift ticket, Ski Club Membership and transportation. Snowboard: lessons, lift ticket, board and boot rental, Ski Club Membership and transportation. Snowboard - Non-Rental: lessons, lift ticket, Ski Club Membership, and transportation. Date: January 14 – February 4 Day: Mondays Time: 3:30pm departure from Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance 8:30pm return to Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance Location: Sunburst Ski Area 8355 Prospect Drive - Kewaskum, WI 53040 Grade: 4th – 12th (parents welcome) Min/Max: 15/100 Chaperone: Lon A. Masters, 15+ years of ski instruction experience Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $215.00R/$245.00NR 211370-01 Ski - Non-Rental $200.00R/$230.00NR 211370-02 Snowboard $233.00R/$263.00NR 211370-03 Snowboard - Non-Rental $215.00R/$245.00NR 211370-04

Semi-Private Skiing Lessons at Sunburst

Beginner: I have NEVER EVER skied. I have skied, but can’t turn or stop well. I fall down a lot. Outcome: Learn to link turns to control speed, as well as, on hill safety and skiing etiquette. Intermediate: I can turn and stop on easy slopes. I understand that turn shape and size control my speed. I can ski parallel (Bring skies together) on the easy slopes. Outcome: Learn to ski dynamic Parallel turns on variable terrain. Advanced: Consistently link turns on any slope, using turn shape and size on all terrain for control. Ability to get air and safely navigate back to controlled personal skiing environment. Able to maintain speed and control in the bumps and all other terrains. Outcome: Ability to ski any where any time, choosing the proper line and tactics for your run. *Lon A. Masters is a teaching pro with the Vail/Beaver Creek ski school. He has sixteen years of teaching and coaching experience Vail/Beaver Creek. Lon is a level “2” cert with the Professional Ski Instructors Association of America, Rocky Mountain Division. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with a student center focus. He is truly an expert at helping you achieve your goals and have the safest and best ski experience possible. Whether you are a first timer, simply interested in having the “ ski experience” or a high mileage veteran getting ready to ski your best out west this program will have something for you. All participants must rent a helmet if they do not bring their own. Helmet rental is $20 for the 4 week session payable to Sunburst. Ski – Rental: lessons, lift ticket, ski and boot rental, Ski Club Membership and transportation. Ski - Non-Rental: lessons, lift ticket, Ski Club Membership and transportation. Time: 3:30pm departure from Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance 8:30pm return to Nicolet High School Parking Lot – Athletic Entrance Location: Sunburst Ski Area 8355 Prospect Drive Kewaskum, WI 53040 Grade: 6th – 12th Min/Max: 3/7 Instructor: Lon A. Masters*

NEW!

Beginner: Tuesdays, January 15 – February 5 Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $285.00R/$315.00NR 211371-01 Ski - Non-Rental $275.00R/$305.00NR 211371-02 Intermediate: Wednesdays, January 16 – February 6 Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $285.00R/$315.00NR 211371-03 Ski - Non-Rental $275.00R/$305.00NR 211371-04 Advanced: Thursdays, January 17 – February 7 Session: Fee: Program#: Ski – Rental $285.00R/$315.00NR 211371-05 Ski - Non-Rental $275.00R/$305.00NR 211371-06

Private skiing lessons also available. Please contact Lon directly for pricing and details. 414-915-6689 or ocumare1@hotmail.com

Ice Skating - Tot ‘N Me

This is a unique opportunity for a parent and a child to skate together. Registration fee includes one child, ages 3-5 years, and one adult. The parent/adult must be on the ice wearing skates (with their child) during all lessons. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 3-5 years old (with one adult) Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 1/40 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IV V

Date: Day: January 5 - February 9 Saturdays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 8 - February 12 Tuesdays January 9 - February 13 Wednesdays February 16 - March 23 Saturdays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 19 - March 26 Tuesdays February 20 - March 27 Wednesdays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Program#: 233310-01 233310-02 233310-03 233310-04 233310-05 233310-06 233310-07 233310-08 233310-09 233310-10

Ice Skating - Snowplow Sam 1-3

This program is a progression of three classes designed to teach the fundamentals of skating to children, ages 3-5 years, with little or no skating experience. Skaters will learn basic balance and skating skills in an age appropriate and fun environment. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Please specify level. Snowplow Sam 1 - Sit and stand with skates on, marching and gliding with two feet. Snowplow Sam 2 - Long glides, forward and backward sizzles. Snowplow Sam 3 - Forward skating, stopping and curves. Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 3-5 years old (with one adult) Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 1/40 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IV V

Date: Day: January 5 - February 9 Saturdays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 8 - February 12 Tuesdays January 9 - February 13 Wednesdays February 16 - March 23 Saturdays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 19 - March 26 Tuesdays February 20 - March 27 Wednesdays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Program#: 233311-01 233311-02 233311-03 233311-04 233311-05 233311-06 233311-07 233311-08 233311-09 233311-10

Ice Skating - Basic Skills 1-8

The Basic Skills Program teaches students progressively more difficult moves through eight levels of skating. Upon completion of the Basic 1 through 8 Program, skaters will have knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance to more specialized areas of skating. If a child is skating (or taking lessons) for the first time, the student should register for the Basic 1 class level. Students are evaluated at the first class session to gauge their skill/ability level, and are placed in another class if the their skill is applicable. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Please specify level. *No basic 6,7, or 8 offered at this time. Basic Basic Basic Basic Basic Basic Basic Basic

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Proper techniques to fall & get up, marching, two foot glides & stops Backward skating, one foot glides, two foot turns & snowplow stops Forward stroking, two foot spins & essence of actual skating & gliding Forward edges, crossovers & backward snowplow stops Backward edges, crossovers & one foot spins Beginning jumps, turns & spirals More advanced jumps, turns & edge work Combining moves, jumps & spins with new techniques

Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 6-12 years old Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/30 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IV V

Date: Day: January 5 - February 9* Saturdays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 6 - February 10* Sundays January 8 - February 12 Tuesdays January 9 - February 13* Wednesdays February 16 - March 23* Saturdays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 17 - March 24* Sundays February 19 - March 26 Tuesdays February 20 - March 27* Wednesdays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Program#: 233312-01 233312-02 233312-03 233312-04 233312-05 233312-06 233312-07 233312-08 233312-09 233312-10

With more than 370,000 square feet of beautiful space, Nicolet High School is the optimal setting for your next event. Nicolet High School features: a pool, cafeteria, classrooms, community rooms, gyms, practice fields, and much more. From a basketball tournament/camp to a bridal/wedding shower to a banquet, we have the ideal space to meet your requirements. Nicolet High School is located just 10 minutes north of downtown and easily accessible off of Interstate 43. Our staff will be happy to assist you in making your event a success. Contact Nate Brooks at (414) 351-7568 or nate_brooks@nicolet.k12.wi.us to reserve your facility today!

Hockey Tots

This class is designed for those ages 3-5 with little or no skating experience that have hockey on the brain. Class participants will learn the basics of skating with and without their hockey sticks including falling and getting up, marching, 2-foot glides, stopping and more. The focus will be on skating skills and not the actual game of hockey. Although this is a hockey geared class it is always recommended for new skaters to begin in figure skates and change to hockey skates once a solid sense of balance has been established. Graduates of this class will continue on into the Hockey Skills 1-5 series. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 3-5 years old Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Min/Max: 4/32 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IV V

Date: Day: January 5 - February 9 Saturdays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 8 - February 12 Tuesdays January 9 - February 13 Wednesdays February 16 - March 23 Saturdays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 19 - March 26 Tuesdays February 20 - March 27 Wednesdays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Program#: 233314-01 233314-02 233314-03 233314-04 233314-05 233314-06 233314-07 233314-08 233314-09 233314-10

Hockey Skills 1-5

The Pettit’s Hockey Skills program is designed by USA Hockey and the Pettit Center to teach any level of ice hockey. Since skating skills are the foundation for success in hockey, the Pettit requires hockey players to complete Hockey Tots or Basic 1 (ages 6 & older) prior to registering for the Hockey Skills program. Graduates of this program are ready to progress into the Pettit Patriots Youth Hockey program or another local Youth Hockey program which usually begins each season in September. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey Hockey

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Basics of forward & backward skating & stops & proper stance Skating forward using full strides & turning & backward stance Hockey turns, backward stopp & beginning crossovers Forward crossovers, one-foot pushes, & hockey stops & turns Backward crossovers, one-foot hockey turns, & moving mohawks

Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 6-12 years old Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/30 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI

Date: Day: January 5 - February 9 Saturdays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 9 - February 13 Wednesdays February 16 - March 23 Saturdays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 20 - March 27 Wednesdays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Program#: 233313-01 233313-02 233313-03 233313-04 233313-05 233313-06

Youth Tennis Lessons at Elite

Our introductory tennis program for juniors is put together with special care to give young players confidence, build skills, and pave the way for them to enjoy a sport of a lifetime. Participants must furnish their own racquet. Location: Elite Sports Clubs – River Glen (formerly Le Club) Elite Sports Clubs – Northshore 2001 West Good Hope Road 5750 North Glen Park Road Glendale 53209 Glendale 53209 Min/Max: Instructor:

4/8 Erin Felber, Phil Kelbe, and Elite Staff

Quickstart Tiny Tots (3-4 years old) - $64.00R/$74.00NR Session: Date: Day: I January 9 – February 27 Wednesday II January 12 – March 2 Saturday III March 6 – May 1 Wednesday IV March 9 – May 4 Saturday

Time: 4:00 - 4:30pm 9:30 - 10:00am 4:00 - 4:30pm 9:30 - 10:00am

Location: River Glen Northshore River Glen Northshore

Program#: 211020-01 211020-02 211020-03 211020-04

Quickstart I (5-6 years old) - $128.00R/$148.00NR Session: Date: Day: I January 8 – February 26 Tuesday II January 9 – February 27 Wednesday III January 12 – March 2 Saturday IV January 13 – March 3 Sunday V March 5 – April 30 Tuesday VI March 6 – May 1 Wednesday VII March 9 – May 4 Saturday VIII March 10 – May 5 Sunday

Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm 4:30 - 5:30pm 10:00 - 11:00am 1:00 - 2:00pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 4:30 - 5:30pm 10:00 - 11:00am 1:00-2:00pm

Program#: River Glen River Glen Northshore River Glen River Glen River Glen Northshore River Glen

Program#: 211020-05 211020-06 211020-07 211020-08 211020-09 211020-10 211020-11 211020-12

Quickstart I (7-8 years old) - $128.00R/$148.00NR Session: Date: Day: I January 8 – February 26 Tuesday II January 9 – February 27 Wednesday III January 12 – March 2 Saturday IV January 13 – March 3 Sunday V March 5 – April 30 Tuesday VI March 6 – May 1 Wednesday VII March 9 – May 4 Saturday VIII March 10 – May 5 Sunday

Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm 4:30 - 5:30pm 10:00 - 11:00am 1:00 - 2:00pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 4:30 - 5:30pm 10:00 - 11:00am 1:00-2:00pm

Program#: River Glen River Glen Northshore River Glen River Glen River Glen Northshore River Glen

Program#: 211020-13 211020-14 211020-15 211020-16 211020-17 211020-18 211020-19 211020-20

Quickstart 2 (9-10 years old) - $128.00R/$148.00NR Session: Date: Day: I January 8 – February 26 Tuesday II January 9 – February 27 Wednesday III January 12 – March 2 Saturday IV January 13 – March 3 Sunday V March 5 – April 30 Tuesday VI March 6 – May 1 Wednesday VII March 9 – May 4 Saturday VIII March 10 – May 5 Sunday

Time: 5:00 - 6:00pm 4:30 - 5:30pm 11:00 - 12:00pm 2:00 - 3:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 4:30 - 5:30pm 11:00 - 12:00pm 2:00-3:00pm

Program#: River Glen River Glen Northshore River Glen River Glen River Glen Northshore River Glen

Program#: 211020-21 211020-22 211020-23 211020-24 211020-25 211020-26 211020-27 211020-28

Tennis 1, 2, 3 (11-13 years old) - $128.00R/$148.00NR Session: Date: Day: I January 8 – February 26 Tuesday II January 10 – February 28 Thursday III January 12 – March 2 Saturday IV March 5 – April 30 Tuesday V March 7 – May 2 Thursday VI March 9 – May 4 Saturday

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 11:00 - 12:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 11:00 - 12:00pm

Program#: River Glen Northshore Northshore River Glen Northshore Northshore

Program#: 211020-29 211020-30 211020-31 211020-33 211020-34 211020-35

NICOLET RECREATION DEPARTMENT

2013 RECREATION SOFTBALL REGISTRATION DEADLINE: APRIL 12th, 2013 *$20 LATE FEE WILL BE APPLIED TO ALL REGISTRATIONS AFTER APRIL 12Th Note: Teeball deadline is May 10th

NAME____________________________________________MALE/FEMALE (M/F)________________ EMAIL:________________________________________PHONE:________________________________ ADDRESS________________________________________CITY____________________ZIP_________ SCHOOL _____________________BIRTHDATE____________GRADE (2012-13)_______ AGE________ Will you serve as a volunteer: HEAD coach (Yes/No)__________ASSISTANT coach(Yes/No)_________ If played last year: 2012 Team/League:_______________________________________________________ If new league or new to program: Requests:___________________________________________________ Requests are taken on a first-come basis. All requests will be taken into consideration but are not guaranteed. Many circumstances need to be considered when placing players on teams: availability, roster size, siblings, coaches, managers etc. Other requests can be made on the back side of this form.

Grade: League: (circle) (K-1) TEE BALL (1-2) PARENT PITCH (3-5) JUNIOR (3-5) JUNIOR (6-8) SENIOR (6-8) SENIOR (9-12) HIGH SCHOOL

Gender: Boys/Girls Boys/Girls Girls Boys Girls Boys Boys/Girls

Fees are listed as Resident/Non-Resident.

Program #: 311800-01 311800-02 311800-03 311800-04 311800-05 311800-06 311800-07

FEE: Games: $44/55 SAT $44/55 MON $49/61 T/R $49/61 M/W $49/61 T/R $49/61 M/W $35/45 TUE

1st Practice: 1st Game:

6/8/13 4/22/13* 4/22/13* 4/22/13* 4/22/13* 4/22/13* N/A

6/15/13 5/13/13 5/14/13 5/13/13 5/14/13 5/13/13 5/21/13

Location: Nicolet HS Parkway #3 Parkway #3 Parkway #1 Parkway #1 Glen Hills Glen Hills

*Practices are scheduled at the Head Coach’s discretion. Practices may begin as early as the week of April 16th. Once a player is placed on a team, the Head Coach will contact you near the week of April 16th to let you know the team placement and the first scheduled practice. If you have not been contacted by the Head Coach by April 23rd, please contact the Recreation Office. Program Descriptions on back side.

The form below MUST be filled out and returned or mailed directly to the Nicolet Recreation Department, 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road, Glendale, WI 53217.

To DONATE to the BOB CATALANO Fund: Please check the following: $5___$10____$15____$20____$25____$50_____$100______ The Bob Catalano Fund was set up in the name of a long time dedicated coach who passed away. The donations are used to fund much needed softball projects including new equipment and improved facilities. TOTAL FEE ENCLOSED:________(check #:___/ cash: ____/ credit: ____MC/Visa Exp Date____ Card #________________ Name on Card:_______________________ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SIGNATURE OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN (if under 18 years of age)

2013 Youth Softball Leagues Program Descriptions TEE BALL

Tee Ball is for ages 4-6 (K4 thru 1st grade). This is a non-competitive program open to boys and girls with little or no previous baseball experience. Participants will learn the very basic fundamentals of baseball and organized games will be played but scores and standings will not be kept. Players will be randomly placed on teams. However, you may request to have your child be placed with their friends. Each player will receive mini Major League Baseball team replica shirts and hats. The first day (June 8) will be an orientation/practice session and uniforms and schedules will be handed out. All teams will be coached by a combination of paid high school students and adult volunteers. Coaches meetings will be held the week leading up to the first day. Volunteer coaches needed, please email Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us if interested. A packet of information will be mailed to you upon registration. All league info will be posted on the Nicolet Recreation website under softball central. Games will be played on Saturday mornings at rotating times of 9am, 10am and 11am. The season will end no later than July 20th.

PARENT PITCH

A step up from Tee Ball, Parent pitch is for those just finishing 1st or 2nd grade. First graders playing for the first time should start with Tee Ball. K5ers may register for this league if they have played Tee Ball before. This league is similar to Tee Ball and uses the same ball. No scores or league standings are kept. However, this is the league where the rules and defensive positions begin to be taught. There are no umpires in these games and all players must bat against pitches thrown by the volunteer parents. A volunteer adult Head Coach will be assigned to each team. It will be the Head Coach’s responsibility to solicit a team sponsor who will provide team shirts and hats, schedule practices and coordinate all team activities. Volunteer coaches are needed, please email Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us if interested. Players are randomly assigned to teams by the school they attend, but you may request certain teams or to be with friends. If returning to the league, you will automatically be assigned the same team you played on the previous year. Games are generally played on Monday evenings with an occasional Wednesday game scheduled. The season will end no later than July 24th.

JUNIOR GIRLS

This league is for girls just finishing 3rd thru 5th grade. This league uses an 11” softball and scores and league standings are kept. All games are umpired by adult recreation staff. A volunteer adult Head Coach will be assigned to each team. It will be the Head Coach’s responsibility to solicit a team sponsor who will provide team shirts and hats, schedule practices and coordinate all team activities. Volunteer Head Coaches are needed, please email Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us if interested. Players are randomly assigned to teams by the school they attend, but you may request certain teams or to be with friends. If returning to the league, you will automatically be assigned the same team you played on the year before. Games are played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. There is an all-star game for those selected to play at Helfaer Field (Miller Park). The season will end no later than July 25th.

JUNIOR BOYS

This league is for boys just finishing 3rd thru 5th grade. This league uses a 12” softball and scores and league standings are kept. All games are umpired by adult recreation staff. A volunteer adult Head Coach will be assigned to each team. It will be the Head Coach’s responsibility to solicit a team sponsor who will provide team shirts and hats, schedule practices and coordinate all team activities. Volunteer coaches are needed, please email Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us if interested. Players are randomly assigned to teams by the school they attend, but you may request certain teams or to be with friends. If returning to the league, you will automatically be assigned the same team you played on the year before. Games are played on Monday and Wednesday evenings. There is an all-star game for those selected to play at Helfaer Field (Miller Park). The season will end no later than July 24th.

SENIOR GIRLS

This league is for girls just finishing 6rd thru 8th grade. This league uses a 12” softball and scores and league standings are kept. All games are umpired by adult recreation staff. A volunteer adult Head Coach will be assigned to each team. It will be the Head Coach’s responsibility to solicit a team sponsor who will provide team shirts and hats, schedule practices and coordinate all team activities. Volunteer coaches are needed, please email Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us if interested. Players are randomly assigned to teams by the school they attend, but you may request certain teams or to be with friends. If returning to the league, you will automatically be assigned the same team you played on the year before. Games are played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. There is an all-star game for those selected to play at Helfaer Field (Miller Park) The season will end no later than July 25th.

SENIOR BOYS

This league is for boys just finishing 6rd thru 8th grade. This league uses a 12” softball and scores and league standings are kept. All games are umpired by adult recreation staff. A volunteer adult Head Coach will be assigned to each team. It will be the Head Coach’s responsibility to solicit a team sponsor who will provide team shirts and hats, schedule practices and coordinate all team activities. Volunteer coaches are needed, please email Kirk_Krychowiak@nicolet.k12.wi.us if interested. Players are randomly assigned to teams by the school they attend, but you may request certain teams or to be with friends. If returning to the league, you will automatically be assigned the same team you played on the year before. Games are played on Monday and Wednesday evenings. There is an all-star game for those selected to play at Helfaer Field (Miller Park) The season will end no later than July 24th.

HIGH SCHOOL

This league is for boys and girls in high school or just graduating. This league uses a 12” softball and scores and league standings are kept. All games are umpired by adult recreation staff. Students can sign up as a team (minimum 10 per team) or as individuals to be placed on a team. Each team will be assigned a team Captain and it will be the team Captain’s responsibility to schedule any practices and coordinate all team activities. The league is co-ed and co-ed softball rules will apply. Teams do not need to have a minimum number of females or males on each roster. Games will be played on Tuesday nights at Glen Hills Middle School. The season will end no later than August 13th. Championship t-shirts will be awarded to the league champion. No uniform is required.

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Registration for 2013 Baseball Season & Hitting, Pitching, and Fielding Clinics Hitting, Pitching, Defense & Catcher clinics Sessions run from January through April Open to the public GLL Players $30, Non-GLL $40

On-Line Registration for Little League & Clinics Begins 11/10/12 Must register by 12/22/12 to be guaranteed a roster spot on a team for the 2013 season

Non-residents who wish to play in the Glendale Little League should contact Rodd Schneider, GLL President, at (414-699-3660) or roddandrea@aol.com

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ACT Workshop

Students will gain direct experience with each of the five sections of the ACT. They will become familiar with the types of questions they will encounter on the four multiple choice tests as well as learn a variety of strategies to attack those questions. The instructor has designed this course based on 19 years of experience successfully preparing students to take the ACT.

Sheepshead also available for adults see page 59

Date: February 11 - April 8 (skip 3/25) & Thursday, April 4 Day: Mondays Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room C111 Grade: 11th - 12th Fee: $210.00R/$240.00NR Program#: 222080-01 Min/Max: 6/25 Instructor: Fred Silver

Boater Safety also available for adults see page 44

How To Write A Winning College Essay

This course helps students jump-start the college essay writing process. Particular focus is placed on how to successfully address the common application personal statement and the UW-Madison essay prompts. This course will cover how to choose an appropriate topic, essay writing strategies and guidelines, and how to avoid common mistakes. Supplemental essays will be addressed as time permits. This course brings objectivity and perspective to the college essay writing process, reducing stress for both the student and parents. *Sharon Madnek, is owner of “Say It Write”, a collaborative writing and editing business. Ms. Madnek earned a B.B.A. from UW-Madison and an MBA from Northwestern University. Prior to establishing “Say It Write”, she worked in Marketing and Communications for Pepsi-Cola Company and Lever Brothers Company in New York City. Location: Nicolet High School Session: Date: Day: Time: Program#: Athletic Conference Room I May 20 Monday 2:45 - 4:00pm 222650-01 Grade: 11th - 12th II May 21 Tuesday 5:30 - 6:45pm 222650-02 Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Sharon Madnek* Member FDIC

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Archery - Teen

Indoor Archery - Teens

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows.

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows.

Date: April 13 - May 25 Day: Saturdays Time: 11:00 - 12:00pm Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Age: 14-18 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 221130-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Date: February 27 - March 20 (skip 3/14) Day: Wednesdays & Thursdays Time: 7:30 - 8:30pm Location: Glen Hills School - Upper Gym Age: 14 - 18 years Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 221131-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Nicolet High School Water Polo Club

A co-ed program focusing on the techniques of water polo. Most of this program will be spent in situations and drills related to the sport. Members of this club will be eligible for bananas swim meets.   Date: February 18 - March 21 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Day: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays Program#: 221025-01 Time: 2:45 - 4:00pm Min/Max: 15/60 Location: Nicolet High School - Pool Instructor: Dwight Davis, NHS Head Girls/Boys Swim Coach Grade: 9th - 12th

Open Basketball

This is a great opportunity to hone your skills while playing in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Sign-up with a friend to guarantee an open spot. Save money and a spot in the program by pre-registering. Nicolet School District students only. Time: Location: Grade: Instructor:

1:30 - 4:30pm Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gym 1 on 2/16, 3/9) 7th - 12th Ron Jaggard

Session: I II

Date: Day: January 5 - May 4 Saturdays March 25 - 29 Monday - Friday

Fee: Program#: $40.00 pre-register/$5.00 at door 221050-01 $20.00 pre register/$5.00 at door 221050-02

eBay

Do you have great –grandma’s Ruby Glass from the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893? What’s it worth? Do you want to buy a telescope? Sell an autographed biography of Winston Churchill? In this three-hour course, you’ll learn the on-line auction process of E-Bay, and use PayPal to send/receive payment. E-Bay helps you value what you have, and makes cleaning the attic fun! Going ….Going….GONE!

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Date:           February 28 Day:             Thursday Time:           6:00 - 9:00pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room C107 Fee:             $35.00R/$45.00NR Program#: 232013-01 Min/Max:         8/20 Instructor:     Chris Such

Web Design

Get a family site going! Participants will learn to create a simple web page that will be live on the Internet. No web design experience is required, but you must have basic Windows, Internet, mouse and keyboarding skills. In order to participate, attendees must have an e-mail account Date:           May 8 NEW! Day:             Wednesday Time:           6:00 - 9:00pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room C107 Fee:             $35.00R/$45.00NR Program#: 232014-01 Min/Max:         8/20 Instructor:     Chris Such

Intro to Computers

This program is designed for those who have never used a computer and is geared for the older beginner. It will slowly walk participants through the concepts. Microsoft basics and general use of a PC (not Apples or Macs). Day: Tuesdays Level: Dates: Program#: Time: 6:00—7:20pm Beginner January 15 - February 12 232010-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 Intermediate February 19 - March 19 232010-02 Fee: $64.00R/$74.00NR Min/Max: 8/15 Instructor: Mike Brown

Microsoft Word

In this series of sessions, introductory concepts will be taught in Microsoft Word, a word processing program. Participants should have basic computer experience. Word I—Introductory: includes text options, cut/copy/paste, formatting, bulleting/numbering, and saving/opening/creating documents. Word II—Intermediate: includes tables, tab stops, indenting, inserting images, watermarks, headers/footers, shading and spiking. Day: Tuesdays Level: Time: 7:40 - 9:00pm Beginner Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 Intermediate Fee: $64.00R/$74.00NR Min/Max: 8/15 Instructor: Mike Brown

Introductory Microsoft Excel

In this series of sessions, introductory concepts will be taught in Microsoft Excel, a popular spreadsheet program. Participants should have basic computer experience. Includes navigation, workbook management, data entry, formatting, formulas, cell reference, and cut/copy/paste tasks.

Dates: Program#: January 15 - February 12 232011-01 February 19 - March 19 232011-02

Intro To Social Media

Over the past few years, social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have exploded to include tens of millions of active users worldwide. What is all the buzz about? In this class, you will learn what these  sites do and how to best take advantage of these online tools for personal use, professional development and connecting with resources that match your specific Date: April 2 - 30 interests. This two-week class will be a hands-on, interactive Day: Tuesdays session for beginners and also those who may have experimentTime: 6:00—7:20pm ed with social media tools but are seeking more effective ways to Location: Nicolet High School - Room C107 use them.  Fee: $64.00R/$74.00NR Program#: 232012-01 Date:           January 28 & February 4 Min/Max: 8/15 Day:             Mondays Instructor: Mike Brown Time:           6:30 - 8:30pm Location:       Nicolet High School - Room C107 Fee:             $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 232320-01 Min/Max:         5/25 Instructor:     Tim Cigelske

Cooking with Wine & Spirits

Mexican Restaurant Favorites

This fantastic class will give you a great overview on how to choose wine and spirits to cook with, how to use wine for marinating, deglazing and finishing the dish. You’ll receive lots of recipes that highlight wine and/or spirits as a main flavoring ingredient and you’ll even receive a non-alcoholic substitution chart. • Creamy White Wine & Artichoke Soup • Tarragon & Sambuca Shrimp • Steak Diane • Celery Root Risotto NEW! • Black Russian Cake

I love to go out and enjoy a nice meal with friends and family at a nice restaurant, but sometimes eating in is more fun and definitely more cost effective! Also, it’s so hard to get a group to agree on a place to dine but, Mexican food usually pleases the crowd. So, tonight I will show you how to prepare some of my favorites from famous Mexican restaurant chains so that you can entertain like a chef! You’ll sample… • Chili’s Chicken Enchilada Soup • Chi-Chi’s Seafood Enchiladas (Cancun) and Shredded Beef Chimichangas with Sweet Corn • Cake and Mexican Fried Ice Cream for dessert

Date: February 28 Day: Thursday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 232021-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Date: March 18 NEW! Day: Monday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 232022-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Cheese & Pasta

Cheese and Pasta are comfort foods that everyone loves and are two great tastes that go great together. I’ll prepare for you to taste… • Mac-n-Cheese Fritters • Pumpkin Ravioli with Walnut Cream Sauce • Dijon-laced Mac-n-Cheese with Kielbasa • Baked Pasta in Tomato Sauce

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NEW Date: April 25 Day: Thursday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 232023-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

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Pancakes, Crepes, Blintzes and Beyond

Pancakes are some of the most widely known and commonly eaten foods around the world. Every culture has a variation, from the paper thin crepe of France to the yeast leavened Blini of Russia. They can be sweet, they can be savory and their history dates back to prehistoric times when simple grains were mixed with protein rich liquids and cooked on hot stones. From breakfast to dinner, pancakes will satisfy and you’ll sample… • American Red Velvet Pancakes with Orange Cream • Russian Buckwheat Blini with Smoked Salmon • Netherlands-style Pannenkoeken with Havarti Cheese, Portobello Mushrooms, Pancetta & Fresh Thyme • Fresh Thyme • Grandma’s Finnish Pannukakku (oven pancake) • Eastern European Blueberry Blintzes Date: May 21 NEW! Day: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $28.00R/$38.00NR Program#: 232024-01 Min/Max: 12/30 Instructor: Staci Joers

Check out Staci’s cooking specials on Time Warner Digital Cable Channel #411 “Wisconsin on Demand” Go to Channel #411 Select the “Restaurants & Food” Category Then Select “Cooking with Class” You’ll see a variety of seasonal shows, all about 20 minutes in length, that you can choose to watch any time, day or night and the FREE! Recipes for the shows are linked to my website on the “Hint’s, Tips & Recipes” page. www.cookingwithclass.us

Indian Cooking With Spices

Join us as we learn about specific spices used in Indian cooking. We will then use those spices, along with others, to make Lemon Rice, a Lentil Soup, Corn with Aromatic Spices and a Chutney. All the recipes are easy to make and handouts will be provided. Come and learn how to make this easy meal followed by a sitdown dinner with all the other cooks! Date: February 6 NEW! Day: Wednesday Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 232025-01 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Susan Pack

Easy Authentic Vegetarian Indian Cooking

Learn to cook authentic Indian food with easy step-by-step instructions. This will be a hands-on class where we will cook the meal and eat together. Learn these home-style dishes that can easily be reproduced in your kitchen. We will make a dal soup, a rich dish, a vegetable curry and raita. Date: April 10 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 232026-01 Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Susan Pack

Indian Cooking

More cooking fun with Susan. In today’s hands-on class, we will make Yellow Rice with Carrots, Raisins and Sesame Seeds, Aloo Gobi, Dal Maharani and a Walnut Chutney. These dishes create an attractive meal to serve to your friends and family. Join us and see just how easy it is to turn you into an Indian cook. Date: May 8 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Day: Wednesday Program#: 232027-01 Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Min/Max: 5/20 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B133 Instructor: Susan Pack

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You and Your Digital Camera

You Have Pictures In Your Camera - Now What?

Bring your digital camera – and its instruction manual – to this two-hour hands-on workshop on basic Digital Photography. This class is for people who are new to digital photography and will cover how to overcome some common problems, some useful features and functions of your digital camera, and sure-fire tips and techniques for making better photos. Totally self-contained with computer, LCD projector, other pertinent equipment and handouts.

This two hour seminar demonstrates how to save, archive and print your photos whether you have a computer or not. The seminar covers photo printing options, basic photo editing, use of photos in Email, ordering photos online, and use of photos in books and multi-media using Windows PC computers. Totally self-contained with computer, LCD projector, other pertinent equipment and handouts.

Date: April 17 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D111 Fee: $22.00R/$32.00NR Program#: 232270-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

Date: April 24 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D111 Fee: $22.00R/$32.00NR Program#: 232271-01 Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

Old Family Photos & Digital Age

Albums, boxes and drawers of old family photos and slides can be converted to digital images for prints, scrapbooking, hardcover books and multimedia projects. This seminar covers your options to copy old family photos - whether you have a computer or not. Information on computer use is for Windows PC computers. Totally self-contained with computer, LCD projector, other pertinent equipment and handouts. Date: May 1 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D111 Fee: $22.00R/$32.00NR Program#: 232273-01 Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

Advanced Digital Photography Techniques

Bring your camera and its instruction manual to this two-hour workshop designed to get you “out of automatic” and use your camera’s exposure modes and functions in situations like Sports, Portraits, Low Light, and more. This class is ideal for people who have purchased interchangeable lens (DSLR) cameras, or have an advanced digital camera with Program, Shutter / Aperture Priority, and Manual exposure modes. Totally self-contained with computer, LCD projector, other pertinent equipment and handouts. Date: May 8 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D111 Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR Program#: 232272-01 Min/Max: 4/12 Instructor: C.T. Kruger

Introductory Square Dancing

Learning modern square dancing is easy. The experienced square dance caller will guide you through a series of square dance steps. Then, blending these steps into a pattern, the caller will quickly have you dancing to the rhythm of the music. Square dancing will stimulate the mind while keeping you physically fit. Square dancing is a fun, social activity. No special clothing is needed. Once the square dance steps become natural, you will be ready to join in Square Dances that are held regularly several days each week in the Milwaukee area. Both young and old love the fitness, friendship, and fun available in square dancing. Date: January 10 - April 18 (skip 3/14, 3/28) Day: Thursdays Time: 7:00 - 9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Cafeteria Age: 15 years and up Min/Max: 8/24 Instructor: Eric Tangman Session: Fee: Program#: Individual $59.00R/$69.00NR 232470-01 Couple $104.00R/$124.00NR 232470-02

Ballroom Dance

Are you left out when the music starts playing at a wedding or on a cruise? Learn ballroom dancing and have a great time doing it! Intermediate and Advanced Levels feature new steps from the previous season. Must register with dance partner. Basic I (Beginner): Working with basic material Fox Trot, Rumba, Swing, and Waltz. Intermediate: Must have completed 1 or more semesters of basic ballroom or equivalent experience. Advanced: Must have completed at least 3 terms of ballroom dancing or equivalent experience. Date: February 5 - April 16 (skip 3/26) Level: Time: Program#: Day: Tuesdays Basic I (Beginner) 6:30-7:25pm 232460-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Cafeteria Intermediate 7:30-8:25pm 232460-02 Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR per couple Advanced 8:30-9:25pm 232460-03 Min/Max: 10/25 couples Instructor: Lou Calicchio

Boater Safety

The Wisconsin legislature has recently passed a Mandatory Boating Education bill. This bill requires anyone born on or after 1-1-1989 and at least 12 years of age to have a boating safety education certificate to operate a motorboat on Wisconsin’s waterways. If you need a boating safety class, the Coast Guard Auxiliary will be offering a WI DNR Safe Boating Class at Nicolet High School. Completion of the class and passing the class exam will satisfy the DNR requirement for the Mandatory Education. New requirement: all WI Recreational Safety Students are required to obtain a WI DNR Customer ID Number before the completion of any Recreational Safety Class and will also be required to provide that WI DNR Customer ID Number along with students personal information to the instructor. You can obtain a WI DNR Customer ID Number 7AM to 10PM by calling the WI DNR Customer Service 1-888-936-7463 or you can visit a WI DNR Service Center during their regular scheduled hours. For WI DNR Service Center hours and locations go to dnr.wi.gov/org/caer/cs/ServiceCenter. Date: Day: Time: Location: Age: Fee: Program#: Min/Max: Instructor:

April 22 - 25 Monday - Thursday 6:00 - 8:30pm Nicolet High School - Room C111 12 years and up $10.00R/$20.00NR 232110-01 6/30 Mike Salkowski, Auxiliarist

How To Use Creative Dramatics, Theater and Mime In Elementary Education

For teachers, parents, librarians, daycare workers, babysitters... this class will provide and demonstrate hands-on techniques on how to use theater arts, mime and creative thinking with your students of ages 5-10. Get them away from video games, and help develop their imaginations, physicality and creativity. Learn how to lead simple theater and movement activities to implement in your student settings, to enhance your curriculums, and aid other educational goals. *Nancy Weiss-McQuide, M.S. Mrs. McQuide has been teaching theater arts, mime, creative movement , writing and dance to children and adults throughout Wisconsin for many years, for such organizations as The Wisconsin Arts Board, The Milwaukee Repertory Theater, UW- Milwaukee, The Milwaukee Public Libraries, etc. She is an actress, mime, choreographer, dance teacher, and director for College For Kids/ Teens ( UW-M), Nicolet High School Theater Dept, Chai Point Senior Living Center, and Milwaukee Public Schools, among others. Date: March 9 Day: Saturday NEW! Time: 9:00 - 10:30am Location: Nicolet High School - Library Fee: $20.00R/$30.00NR Program#: 232390-01 Min/Max: 8/22 Instructor: Nancy Weiss-McQuide, M.S.*

Stained Glass

A revered art form brings added elegance to modern decor. Students will receive a supply list at the start of the program. Date: January 23 - April 17 (skip 3/27) Day: Wednesdays Time: 6:30—9:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room C109 Fee: $95.00R/$105.00NR Program#: 232440-01 Min/Max: 10/30 Instructor: Marion Allen

Mother/Daughter Mosaics also available for adults see page 15

Sheepshead also available for adults see page 59 Acrylic Painting

Learn how to paint in this studio formatted class. Emphasis will be on mixing of paint and new painting techniques. One-on-one instruction as well as group critiques and demonstrations will help develop your style. Suggested supply list will be sent prior to first class. Approximate cost of supplies is $90.00. Day: Thursdays Time: 6:00 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Min/Max: 9/15 Instructor: Judy Gahn Murphy Session: Date: Program#: I January 17 - March 21 (skip 3/14) 232530-01 II April 4 - May 30 232530-02

Watercolor Painting

Join a fun and relaxing class discovering the joys of watercolor painting. Critiques, demonstrations and individual attention will be the main componoents of this class. All skill levels are welcome. Taught by Wisconsin Watercolor Society member Judy Gahn Murphy. Suggested supply list will be sent prior to first class. Approximate cost of supplies is $80. Day: Mondays Time: 5:00 - 7:30pm Location: Nicolet High School - Room D109 Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR Min/Max: 9/15 Instructor: Judy Gahn Murphy Session: I II

Date: Program#: January 21 - March 18 232450-01 April 8 - June 10 (skip 5/27) 232450-02

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Taming The High Cost of College

TAMING THE HIGH COST OF COLLEGE workshop provides unique strategies you can implement right away! You will learn: • How some students attend an expensive private university for LESS • Strategies to qualify for MORE need-based financial aid • The best tips when applying for financial aid • How to use tax strategies to SAVE on college • The best ways to approach schools to get MONEY even if you do not qualify for need-based aid Come see for yourself how to save money, save time, and reduce stress when applying to a Date: February 12 P Day: Tuesday CO-O Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm Location: Range Line School - Room 108 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR per family Program#: 232292-01 Min/Max: 3/50 Instructor: Brad Baldridge College Solutions, LLC

The Invisible Threat of Identity Theft

Your identity may be at risk. In partnership with Greenpath Debt Solutions, learn ways to avoid being victimized by identity theft. This workshop will focus on practical strategies anyone can use and will include an overview of identity theft, common occurrences, and prevention strategies. Protect yourselves!

The Secrets To Winning Scholarship Money For College!

YOU WILL DISCOVER THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS AND MORE… • Where can I find scholarships with less competition? • How do I know which scholarships I have a chance to win? • What strategies can I employ to make myself stand out from the crowd? • What can I do to make the judges remember me? • What are the keys for maximizing my odds of winning? • PLUS: Valuable tips for filling out scholarship applications NOTE: This workshop is set up for parents and students to attend together. Date: April 24 P Day: Wednesday CO-O Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm Location: Range Line School - Room 108 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR per family Program#: 232293-01 Min/Max: 3/50 Instructor: Brad Baldridge College Solutions, LLC

Turning Your Hobby into a Business

Explore the potential of your business idea! We will focus on examining the feasibility of your business idea, exploring ways to market the product or service, and identify resources for starting your busines including an introduction to business planning.

Date: April 9 NEW! Date: March 26 Day: Tuesday Day: Tuesday Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm NEW! Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $5.00R/$15.00NR (A106) Fee: $5.00R/$15.00NR (A106) Program#: 232295-01 Program#: 232294-01 Min/Max: 5/15 Min/Max: 5/15 Instructor: Jenn Ring Instructor: Edgar Espinosa

The Path 2 Buy Home Buying Seminar

Buying your first home can be a very intimidating experience. This class should give you lots of answers and information so you can make educated decisions about that first home purchase. This class will walk you through the entire process from start to finish. We begin at the preapproval process with your lender, explain how and why to work with a Realtor, the loan application process, and finally closing. Along the way you will learn about credit reports and scoring, appraisals and home inspections, negotiating your offer to purchase, title insurance and the closing process. This class is held in a very informal setting to encourage you to ask your questions of two very experienced professionals in the Real Estate and mortgage lending business. Date: February 5 Day: Tuesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $9.00R/$19.00NR (A106) Program#: 232050-01 Min/Max: 3/15 Instructor: Penny Charlson & John Friedrichs

Home Selling

Selling your home in these challenging times can be quite a project. Get the advice you need from the experts. This class will help you learn how to prepare your home for sale and how to deal with prospective customers. You will learn about the pros and cons of working with a Realtor or selling on your own. The class will point out important things to know about the “Offer to Purchase” and the home inspection. Understand more clearly some of the financial issues involved in a home sale. Learn from two experts in the fields of Real Estate Sales and Mortgage lending in a relaxed classroom setting that encourages your questions and concerns. Date: February 6 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $9.00R/$19.00NR (A106) Program#: 232051-01 Min/Max: 3/15 Instructor: Penny Charlson & John Friedrichs

It’s Taxing

Get prepared for the upcoming tax season and learn what’s new for 2013. Applicable to both individuals and small business owners, we will highlight practical tips to help ease your tax burden. Come with questions for this interactive discussion. Date: January 23 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm NEW! Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 232300-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Bruce Wong, CPA BKW, LLC Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney McDermott, Foley & Wilson, LLP

No Kidding Around: Planning for Minors is a Major Issue

Our focus will be legal and financial considerations for your children’s futures. Our discussion topics will include: (1) guardians for minors, (2) wills, trusts, & beneficiary planning; and (3) college savings strategies to combat rising education costs. Date: April 17 Day: Wednesday NEW! Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 232302-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney McDermott, Foley & Wilson, LLP

Unlocking Social Security: Making Your Benefits Work for You

We will provide tips to help you maximize your Social Security benefits. We also will discuss common concerns, such as (1) when to file for benefits, (2) spousal benefits, and (3) working while receiving Social Security. We also will highlight financial and estate planning strategies that coincide with preparing for retirement

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Date: March 6 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 232301-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney McDermott, Foley & Wilson, LLP

Estate and Financial Planning for Peace of Mind

Everyone, regardless of age or wealth, should have an estate plan. Wills, trusts, and beneficiary planning provide necessary direction and continuity when passing on your assets after death. Estate planning also should address during-life issues such as health care directives, durable powers of attorney, and proper financial planning for your long-term needs. We will discuss strategies to help you protect your assets and your loved ones. Date: May 22 Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm NEW! Location: Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room (A106) Fee: $6.00R/$16.00NR Program#: 232303-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Dan McDermott, Attorney McDermott, Foley & Wilson, LLP

Becoming a Love and Logic Parent®

This seven-week course is designed to help parents learn how to interact with their kids to make parenting more enjoyable and raise respectful and responsible kids. Participants will receive practical, easy-to-use techniques that work - not just a lot of theory. The course teaches parents new approaches to staying calm when kids misbehave, getting cooperation the first time, and delivering effective consequences. Participants will learn to parent with empathy and logical consequences. Their children will learn to accept responsibility for their actions and learn that the quality of their lives depends on the quality of their thinking and their decision-making. Classes are available for parents and caregivers of kids of all ages. Workbooks will be available from the facilitator for $10. Date: March 12 - April 30 (skip 3/26) Option: Fee: Program#: Day: Tuesdays Individual $99.00R/$109.00NR 232630-01 Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm Couple $139.00R/$149.00NR 232630-02 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B116 Min/Max: 4/16 Instructor: Kristal Melbye

Evening Adult Spanish Programs

Beginning Spanish 2: Learn Spanish skills in a small class setting. Pick up new vocabulary with a focus on business, traveling, education and leisure, as well as learning about Latin American cultures. Students will focus on grammatical skills, verb conjugation and idiomatic expressions. Continuing Spanish 1: Learn Spanish skills in a small class setting. Pick up new vocabulary with a focus on business, traveling, education and leisure, as well as learning about Latin American cultures. Students in this continuing Spanish course will focus on expanding vocabulary, sentence structure and verb tenses. Continuing Spanish 2: Learn Spanish skills in a small class setting. Pick up new vocabulary with a focus on business, traveling, education and leisure, as well as learning about Latin American cultures. Students in this continuing Spanish course will focus on expanding vocabulary, sentence structure and verb tenses. Continuing Spanish 3: Learn Spanish skills in a small class setting. Pick up new vocabulary with a focus on business, traveling, education and leisure, as well as learning about Latin American cultures. Students in this continuing Spanish course will focus on expanding vocabulary, sentence structure and verb tenses. Location: Nicolet High School - B119 Fee: $179.00R/$199.00NR Min/Max: 1/10 Instructor: Rosalba Romero Level: Beginning Spanish 2 Continuing Spanish 1 Contiuning Spanish 2 Contiuning Spanish 3 Beginning Spanish 2 Contiuning Spanish 1 Contiuning Spanish 2 Contiuning Spanish 3

Date: January 8 - March 12 January 8 - March 12 January 9 - March 13 January 9 - March 13 March 19 - May 21 March 19 - May 21 March 20 - May 22 March 20 - May 22

Time: 5:30 - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 5:30 - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 5:30 - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 5:30 - 6:30pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Day: Tuesdays Tuesdays Wednesdays Wednesdays Tuesdays Tuesdays Wednesdays Wednesdays

Program#: 232200-01 232200-02 232200-03 232200-04 232200-05 232200-06 232200-07 232200-08

Natural Lawn Care 101

Join Amy Joyce for a workshop on how to create a beautiful, healthy lawn that’s safe for your family, pets and the environment. Learn the fundamentals of natural lawn care, why it’s such a great idea and how to get started. Feel free to bring your lawn care questions. Date: Day: Time: Location: Fee: Min/Max: Program#: Instructor:

March 4 Monday 7:00—8:30pm Lydell Community Center - Room 19 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay $15.00R/$25.00NR 5/30 232340-01 Amy Joyce, Co-founder/Co-director Healthy Communities Project

5 Secrets to Permanent Weight Loss

Want to get rid of those extra holiday pounds? In this workshop you will learn the steps necessary to lose weight effectively. You’ll also hear why diets don’t work. Learn about metabolism and how sugar and carbohydrates are used by the body and why eating fat doesn’t make you fat. This seminar will also teach you how to regain your energy and vitality and much more. Date: January 9 Day: Wednesday NEW! Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $10.00R/$20.00NR Program#: 232660-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Curry Chaudoir, Diplomate in Acupuncture

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Trigger Point Massage

Attend this workshop and learn how to achieve pain relief and reduce stress naturally by using trigger point massage. Do you suffer from stress, headaches, neck/shoulder pain or low back/ mid back pain? Improving blood and energy circulation can help! *This workshop is hands on; therefore you need to bring a partner. You will learn a valuable technique that you can use at home, work or while traveling to get relief. It’s great for you to use on friends and family to help them out too. Not only will you learn this great technique for your personal use at home for pain control, but you will also have the opportunity to receive a free test at this workshop to see if acupuncture can help you. Date: April 24 Day: Wednesday NEW! Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room Fee: $10.00R/$20.00NR per couple* Program#: 232661-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Curry Chaudoir, Diplomate in Acupuncture

Your Best Night’s Sleep

Sleep is essential to our well-being from productivity at work to positive relationships at home. Dr. Theirl will share the latest technology in home sleep study, hormone and neurotransmitter testing. Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm Session: Date: Day: Program#: Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts I January 7 Monday 232550-01 Lower Level Education Center II February 12 Tuesday 232550-02 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR Min/Max: 5/25 NEW! Instructor: Scott Theirl, DC, DACNB, FACFN

Energy Healing for Animals

In this workshop you’ll discover how emotions and stress can impact your pet’s health and what you can do to create a healthier environment for your animals loved ones. You’ll also learn how energy healing modalities are being used by holistic veterinary professionals and pet parents to maintain their pet’s health and manage illness or chronic disease. Registrations must be received one week in advance.

Say Hello to Your Energetic Self

Have you ever wanted to know more about the Chakras, or energy centers, in our bodies? This course will provide an introduction to Chakras, energy fields, and Healing Touch. The class will discuss each of the seven major chakras and the levels of the energy field. We will also discuss the theory of Healing Touch. The class will end with a 20 minute chakra balancing meditation.

Date: February 9 Date: February 13 Day: Saturday Day: Wednesday Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts Upper Level Education Center Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR Fee: $15.00R/$25.00NR Program#: 232552-01 NEW! Program#: 232551-01 Min/Max: 5/20 NEW! Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Michele Anderson, HTP, RN, RYT Instructor: Kerry Malak, Reiki Master/Teacher

Building Your Immune System During the Cold/Flu Season—Raindrop Therapy

This presentation introduces you to essential oils and how to use them to promote your body’s ability to fight bacteria and viruses and to support your immune system and assist in general mental, physical, and emotional balance and harmony. You will be applying oils and massaging each others hands.

Life Line Technique

Have you been to the therapist with slow to no results? Choose a quicker way. Release and evolve as a peaceful, self-loving person with energy techniques. It’s so easy and its content free, no “sharing” required. LLT is featured on the Hay House radio show the “Heart of the Matter.”

Date: April 4 - 18 Day: Thursdays Date: January 19 Time: 12noon - 1:00pm Day: Saturday Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts Time: 10:00 - 11:30am Lower Level Education Center Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Upper Level Education Center Fee: $99.00R/$109.00NR 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Program#: 232554-01 Fee: $25.00R/$35.00NR NEW! Min/Max: 3/10 Program#: 232553-01 ! W E N Instructor: Mary Jo Penn Min/Max: 4/10 Certified Life Line Practitioner and Instructor Instructor: Katherine de Shazer, LMT, CST, LDT2

Learn to Control Your Pain with Self-Hypnosis

Learn how to take charge of your sense of well-being with hypnosis and become an active participant in your treatment. Various techniques in self-regulation are taught to assist in reducing pain. Hypnosis reduces stress, fear, tension, anxiety, depression and is psychologically pleasing. Date: February 12 - 26 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $165.00R/$185.00NR Program#: 232555-01 Min/Max: 5/25 Instructor: Karla Hermann, CH

NICOLET HIGH SCHOOL PERFORMING ARTS CALENDAR OF EVENTS 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR

NOVEMBER 2, 3, 9, 10: NOISES OFF 7:30 p.m. Theatre 20: Orchestra Concert 7:30 p.m. Theatre 30: ONE ACT PLAYS 7:30 p.m. Studio Theatre DECEMBER 1: 2: 6: 13:

ONE ACT PLAYS 7:30 p.m. Studio Theatre ONE ACT PLAYS 2:00 p.m. Studio Theatre Choir Concert 7:30 p.m. Theatre Band Concert 7:30 p.m. Theatre

FEBRUARY 8, 9: JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT 7:30 p.m. Theatre 15, 16: JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT 7:30 p.m. Theatre 13: JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT 1:30 p.m. Theatre (Senior Citizen Performance) 17: JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT 2:00 p.m. Theatre MARCH 7: 16: APRIL

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Combined Music Concert (Band, Choir, Orchestra) 7:30 p.m. in the Theatre Solo & Ensemble Music Festival (Nicolet High School will host)

26, 27: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 7:30 p.m. Studio Theatre 28: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 7:30 p.m. Studio Theatre 2, 3, 4: 10, 11: 12: 21: 22: 23:

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 7:30 Studio Theatre nor’mal: the musical 7:30 p.m. Studio Theatre nor’mal: the musical 2:00 p.m. Studio Theatre Band Concert 7:00 p.m. Theatre Orchestra Concert 7:30 p.m. Theatre Choir Concert 7:30 p.m. Theatre

Ticket Orders (414)351-8170 PLEASE SUPPORT THE PERFORMING ARTS FUND For more information please contact Nicolet High School Foundation

Jazzercise

Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move in, supportive tennis shoes and bring water. Mats and weights are available to borrow. Students must arrive 15 minutes early for their first class. Jazzercise is an ongoing program, and you may attend any of the ten Regular Format classes and one Bodysculpting class offered each week. Come as often as you like (most attendees average 2-3 times per week). This facility is NOT air-conditioned. Questions? Call Julia Gimbel at (414) 964-1516. Day/Time: Mondays - 9:00am, 4:45pm, 6:00pm Tuesdays - 9:00am (Bodysculpting format) Wednesdays - 9:00am, 4:45pm, 6:00pm Thursdays - 9:00am (low impact) & 6:00pm Fridays - 9:00am Saturdays - 8:30am Location: Good Hope School - Gym Fee: $84.00R/$94.00NR Min/Max: 4/24 Instructor: Julia Gimbel Session: I II

Dates: Program#: January 7 - March 2 233050-01 March 11 - May 4 233050-02

In Glendale at Good Hope Elementary School Your choice of 11 convenient classes per week for one fee. Attend as often as you like. Come join us! Jr. Jazzercise at this location also! Glendale Jazzercise 2315 W. Good Hope Rd. Call (414) 964-1516 for more info Find us on facebook at Glendale Jazzercise

Evening Yoga Flow with Yoga Fitness

This class offers an active, flowing style of Hatha yoga for a complete mind/body exercise experience that allows participants to unwind mentally and physically while toning and aligning the body. The format of class is multi-level and benefits all ages, fitness levels, and seasoned yoga enthusiasts – students are encouraged to work at their own individual pace, comfort and challenge-levels. It is a fitness-style blend yoga helping to improve alignment, circulation, flexibility, and muscle-core-strength while promoting inner tranquility – to invigorate and rejuvenate body, mind and spirit. A limited amount of yoga mats, blocks and straps are supplied. Bring to Class: Yoga mat, pillow for support if needed, blanket if desired, water to stay hydrated is always a good idea especially in a warmer season. It’s always a good idea to consult your doctor before starting a new exercise routine including yoga. Multi-level class format, with flexibility of attending either Tuesday/Thursday class for make-ups Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm Location: Good Hope School - Room 7 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Erica Boos, RYT of Yoga Fitness (Yoga Alliance, YogaFit certified) Session: I II III IV V VI

Date: Day: January 8 - February 26 Tuesdays January 10 - February 28 Thursdays March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26) Tuesdays March 7 - May 2 (skip 3/28) Thursdays May 7 - June 18 Tuesdays May 9 - June 20 Thursdays

Fee: $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR

Program#: 233030-01 233030-02 233030-03 233030-04 233030-05 233030-06

Gentle Flow Yoga also available for adults see page 58

Zumba Fitness

Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music. The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Zumba creates a party-like atmosphere, which is less intimidating for students that are not as coordinated. Participants know that they can just go with the flow and enjoy the party! But, what makes Zumba unique is that IT IS FUN! Drop-in fee of $5.00R/$7.00NR for those with a challenging schedule. Please bring exact change. Day: Saturdays Time: 9:15 - 10:15am Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio (A113) Fee: $45.00R/$55.00NR Min/Max: 8/25 Instructor: Neila Bond Session: I II III

Date: Fee: January 5 - February 16 (skip 2/9) $45.00R/$55.00NR February 23 - April 6 (skip 3/16) $45.00R/$55.00NR April 13 - May 18 (skip 4/27, 5/4) $30.00R/$40.00NR

Program#: 233040-01 233040-02 233040-03

NIA: On-Going Class Offering

Nia is a holistic fitness class combining movement from the dance arts, martial arts and healing arts-- including yoga. Anyone can do NIA-it is appropriate for all levels of fitness and agility. Students are encouraged to modify all movements according to their own body’s needs. The movements are simple and leave lots of room for self-expression. NIA is a fun, cardiovascular experience that gives you a new body and a new life. On-going, join anytime. Date: January 2 - May 24 Day/Time: Monday - 12:15 - 1:15pm (Gentle Nia); 6:30 - 7:30pm Wednesday - 9:30 - 10:30am Thursday - 6:30 - 7:30pm Friday - 12:15 - 1:15pm Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts - Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Min/Max: 4/24 Instructor: Bethamie L. Wyatt, Certified NIA Blue Belt Instructor Type: Fee: Program#: Drop-in (1 class) $12.00R/$22.00NR 233180-01 5 Classes (expires 90 days) $55.00R/$65.00NR 233180-02 10 Classes (expires 4 months) $100.00R/$120.00NR 233180-03 20 Classes (expires 6 months) $180.00R/$200.00NR 233180-04 Monthly Pass (unlimited monthly) $60.00R/$70.00NR 233180-05

Women’s Self Defense for High School and Beyond! 

Intermediate Tai Chi and Qigong

Students should be able to perform 31 movements of the Sun style Tai Chi as a pre-requisite for this course. Tai Chi integrates the body and mind to improve health, fitness and relaxation. Date: March 4 - May 6 Day: Mondays Time: 7:00 - 8:00pm Location: Nicolet High School - Dance Studio Fee: $90.00R/$100.00NR Program#: 233100-01 Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Alice Kuramoto

Learn realistic self-defense techniques and martial art basics. Practice verbal defense skills to help keep serious situations from escalating. Good for all fitness levels.  Perfect for mothers and daughters! Fee includes a J.K. Lee t-shirt! Date: February 26 - March 26 Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm Location: J.K. Lee Black Belt Academy 6838 N. Santa Monica Blvd. - Fox Point  53217 Fee: $20.00R/$30.00NR Program#: 233190-01 Min/Max: 8/40 Instructor: J.K. Lee Black Belt Academy

Ballet Barre Class

Strengthen and stretch after each intensive move. No ballet experience necessary but ballet barre is used to lengthen and strengthen and act as an aid to working your abs. Cardio component is also part of the movement class - a workout that you will love. Day: Time: Fee: Location: Min/Max: Instructor:

Mondays 11:00 - 11:50am $80.00R/$90.00NR Med Alliance Clinic 309 W. Silver Spring Dr. - Whitefish Bay 4/8 Kathie Spencer, Certified Fitness Trainer

Session: I II III

Date: Program#: January 7 - February 11 233021-01 February 25 - April 8 (skip 3/4) 233021-02 April 15 - May 20 233021-03

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Pilates

Pilates is a system of exercises that will improve your mental and physical being, increase flexibility and strengthen muscles. Increase the happiness factor by using your breath correctly. Give it a try - you might just change your life. The Monday Beginner/ Gentle program is appropriate for those just beginning Pilates or for adults and seniors with limited ability. Min/Max: 5/12 Instructor: Kathie Spencer, Certified Trainer

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C Beginner/Gentle Program Lydell Community Center - Room 17 (5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay) Session: Date: Day: Time: I January 7 - 28 Mondays 8:15 - 8:55am II February 25 - March 25 (skip 3/4) Mondays 8:15 - 8:55am III April 15 - May 6 Mondays 8:15 - 8:55am

Fee: $60.00R/$70.00NR $60.00R/$70.00NR $60.00R/$70.00NR

Program#: 233020-01 233020-02 233020-03

Beginner Program Lydell Community Center - Room 17 (5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay) Session: Date: Day: Time: I January 10 - February 14 Thursdays 6:30 - 7:15pm II February 28 - April 11 (skip 3/7) Thursdays 6:30 - 7:15pm III April 18 - May 23 Thursdays 6:30 - 7:15pm

Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR

Program#: 233020-04 233020-05 233020-06

Intermediate Program Med Alliance Clinic (309 W. Silver Spring Dr. - Whitefish Bay) Session: Date: Day: I January 7 - February 11 Mondays II January 10 - February 14 Thursdays III February 25 - April 8 (skip 3/4) Mondays IV February 28 - April 11 (skip 3/7) Thursdays V April 15 - May 20 Mondays VI April 18 - May 23 Thursdays

Fee: $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR $80.00R/$90.00NR

Program#: 233020-07 233020-08 233020-09 233020-10 233020-11 233020-12

Time: 9:30 - 10:25am 5:30 - 6:20pm 9:30 - 10:25am 5:30 - 6:20pm 9:30 - 10:25am 5:30 - 6:20pm

Middle Eastern Belly Dancing

The beginning class The beginning class offers students the opportunity to learn the art of belly dancing in a comfortable, casual atmosphere. Learn basic choreography and enhance your overall flexibility and general conditioning. Optional field trips to local belly dancing events and spring recital. Wear exercise clothes. Hip scarves are available for purchase. The advanced class offers students the opportunity to learn more advanced choreography and different styles of dance while perfecting their technique. The technique class is a two hour class tailored for beginner through advanced level students. Classes will consist of technique drills (both Oriental and Folkloric), creating combos and improvisational techniques. Day: Tuesdays Location: Lydell Community Center - Room 17 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay Min/Max: 8/15 Instructor: Zahra Sagira (Advanced), Suzanne Singh (Beginning) Level: Beginning Advanced Technique Beginning Advanced Technique

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Date: Time: January 8 - February 12 7:30 - 8:30pm January 8 - February 12 6:15 - 7:15pm February 19 & 26 6:30 - 8:30pm March 12 - April 23 (skip 4/2) 7:30 - 8:30pm March 12 - April 23 (skip 4/2) 6:15 - 7:15pm May 7 & 14 6:30 - 8:30pm

Fee: $45.00R/$55.00NR $45.00R/$55.00NR $30.00R/$40.00NR $45.00R/$55.00NR $45.00R/$55.00NR $30.00R/$40.00NR

Program#: 233010-01 233010-02 233010-03 233010-04 233010-05 233010-06

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Get Your Boots Wet!

(formerly Combo Water Aerobics) Strengthen, tone, and tighten your muscles; improve lung and heart capacities; refine balance coordination, as you perform these movements. This routine is more rigorous and demanding than Aero Swim. Fitness Level: High Time: 7:00 - 7:45pm Session: Date: Day: Program#: Location: Nicolet High School - Pool I January 7 - March 4 (skip 1/28) Mondays 235030-01 Age: 16 years and up II March 11 - May 6 (skip 3/25) Mondays 235030-02 Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR III May 8 - June 5 (skip 5/27) Mon. & Wed. 235030-03 Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt

Underwater Currents (Deep Water Aerobics)

Control the fight against gravity! This fitness program is a non-impact workout that incorporates muscular strengthening cardiovascular, conditioning, and core toning movements. This fitness program is done in deep water, therefore, participants should be comfortable in deep water with a floatation belt. Water shoes optional. Fitness level: Moderate. Location: Glen Hills - Pool Age: 16 years and up Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt Session: I II III

Date: Day: January 8 - February 26 Tuesdays March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26) Tuesdays May 7 - May 30 Tue. & Thu.

Time: 6:45 - 7:30pm 6:45 - 7:30pm 7:00 - 7:45pm

Program#: 235060-01 235060-02 235060-03

Waves (Shallow Water Aerobics)

A heart pounding, lung expanding, foot stomping never stop moving, calorie burning shallow water workout. This 45 minute experience is for anyone with a heartbeat! Water shoes required. Fitness level: Low. Day: Wednesdays Session: Date: Program#: Time: 7:00 - 7:45pm I January 9 - February 27 235070-01 Location: Nicolet High School - Pool II March 6 - May 1 (skip 3/27) 235070-02 Age: 16 years and up Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt

Aero Swim

This fitness program is a head-to-toe non-impact workout that incorporates muscular strengthening cardiovascular conditioning and core toning. This fitness program is a combination of deep water and lap swim movements. This is a program done in deep water, therefore, participants should be comfortable in deep water with a floatation belt (included with fee). Water shoes optional. Fitness level: High Location: Glen Hills - Pool Age: 16 years and up Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Min/Max: 10/25 AEA Specialist: Cindy Schlidt Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: January 10 - February 28 Thursdays January 12 - March 2 Saturdays March 7 - May 2 (skip 3/28) Thursdays March 9 - May 4 (skip 3/30) Saturdays

Time: 6:45 - 7:30pm 8:15 - 9:00am 6:45 - 7:30pm 8:00 - 9:00am

Program# 235020-01 235020-02 235020-03 235020-04

Water aerobics drop-in fee of $5.00R/$7.00NR for those with a challenging schedule. Pay on pool deck.

Adult Tennis Lessons at Elite

Whether this is your first time playing tennis or you have not played in years, this is the class for you. Beginner and intermediate players will enjoy learning basic tennis skills and strategy. Participants must furnish their own racquet. Location: Elite Sports Clubs – River Glen (formerly Le Club) Elite Sports Clubs – Northshore 2001 West Good Hope Road 5750 North Glen Park Road Glendale 53209 Glendale 53209 Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

$96.00R/$106.00NR 4/8 Erin Felber, Phil Kelbe, and Elite Staff

Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII

Date: Day: January 7 – February 11 Monday January 8 – February12 Tuesday January 9 – February 13 Wednesday January 9 – February 13 Wednesday January 10 – February 14 Thursday January 12 – February 16 Saturday February 18 – March 25 Monday February 19 – March 26 Tuesday February 20 – March 27 Wednesday February 20 – March 27 Wednesday February 21 – March 28 Thursday February 23 – March 30 Saturday

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 1:00 - 2:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 7:30 - 8:30pm 9:00 - 10:00am 6:00 - 7:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 1:00 - 2:00pm 7:00 - 8:00pm 7:30 - 8:30pm 9:00 - 10:00am

Level: Beginner Intermediate Beginner Beg./Int. Intermediate Beg/Int. Beginner Intermediate Beginner Beg./Int. Intermediate Beg/Int.

Tennis Adult Instruction

Location: Program#: Northshore 231021-01 Northshore 231021-02 Northshore 231021-03 River Glen 231021-04 Northshore 231021-05 Northshore 231021-06 Northshore 231021-07 Northshore 231021-08 Northshore 231021-09 River Glen 231021-10 Northshore 231021-11 Northshore 231021-12

Whether you’re just learning the game of tennis or working to refine skill and technique, this is the program for you! Tennis balls are provided but students must bring their own racquets. Date: April 4 - May 23 Level: Time: Program#: Day: Thursdays Beginner 7:00 - 7:55pm 231020-01 Location: NHS - Gym 2/Outdoor Tennis Courts Intermediate 8:00 - 8:55pm 231020-02 Fee: $47.00R/$57.00NR Min/Max: 8/16 Instructor: Marty Goldin, former professional tennis player

Archery

Indoor Archery

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows.

Focused attention from the instructor with an emphasis on learning proper techniques and avoiding bad habits. Learn the fundamentals and build your skills. Equipment is provided. Instructed by Inna Lebedinsky, an Olympian who represented the Soviet Union in the 1980 Olympic Games. Participants are welcome to bring their own bows.

Date: April 13 - May 25 Day: Saturdays Time: 11:00 - 12:00pm Location: Kletzsch Park - Archery Range Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 231130-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Date: February 27 - March 20 (skip 3/14) Day: Wednesdays & Thursdays Time: 7:30 - 8:30pm Location: Glen Hills School - Upper Gym Fee: $49.00R/$59.00NR Program#: 231131-01 Min/Max: 4/15 Instructor: Inna Lebedinsky

Badminton

Co-ed Volleyball League

Great physical conditioning and a lot of fun! This sport offers something for everyone. Instruction will be offered for all who wish it. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be provided. The schedule may change depending upon school calendar. Provide your email address on your registration form to receive information regarding changes in schedule.

BUMP, SET, SPIKE and join the FUN! Sign your team up for our recreational league. Please register as a team only. Registration deadline is January 18th. League play begins January 24.

Date: January 24 - April 18 (skip 3/14, 3/28) Day: Thursdays Time: 6:30pm, 7:30pm rotating schedule Location: Glen Hills Middle School - Gym Date: January 16- May 22 (skip 3/6, 3/20, 3/27) Fee: $195.00 per team Day: Wednesdays Program#: 231110-01 Time: 7:30 - 9:30pm Min/Max: 4/8 teams Location: Whitefish Bay High School - Field House 1200 E. Fairmount Ave. - WFB Fee: $40.00R/$50.00NR P Min/Max: 6/24 CO-O Program#: 231170-01 Instructor: Doug Kane

Skiing Lessons also available for adults see page 29

Ice Skating - Adult 1-4

The adult curriculum is designed to promote overall fitness, while mastering the basics of ice skating. Divided into 4 levels, adult skaters will progress at an individual rate. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating school participant only practice time immediately following every class, complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. Please specify level. Adult Adult Adult Adult

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Proper techniques to fall & get up, marching, two-foot glides, turns & backward skating Forward stroking & crossovers, backward one-foot glides & stops Backward crossovers, two-foot spins & more advanced turns More advanced turns, edge work & footwork

Location: Pettit National Ice Center 500 St. 84th St. - Milwaukee 53214 Age: 13 years & up Fee: $110.00R/$130.00NR Min/Max: 1/40 Instructor: Pettit National Ice Center Staff Session: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IV V

Date: Day: January 5 - February 9 Saturdays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 6 - February 10 Sundays January 8 - February 12 Tuesdays January 9 - February 13 Wednesdays February 16 - March 23 Saturdays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 17 - March 24 Sundays February 19 - March 26 Tuesdays February 20 - March 27 Wednesdays

Time 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

Program#: 231310-01 231310-02 231310-03 231310-04 231310-05 231310-06 231310-07 231310-08 231310-09 231310-10

Gentle Yoga Flow with Yoga Fitness

Enjoy a light, gentle morning of flow-style Hatha yoga to refresh body and soul. This class offers a chance to unwind and improve mobility – with calming, yet energizing breathing, exercises and postures to improve circulation, balance, range-of-motion and strength, while promoting tranquility. Yoga Mats, Blocks and Straps are available for use if needed. Bring to Class if desired: Yoga mat, pillow for added support if needed, blanket, water to stay hydrated is always a good idea especially in a warmer season. Wear comfortable stretchy clothes and we remove shoes for class. It is always a good idea to consult your doctor before starting a new exercise program including yoga. Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Good Hope School - Room 7 Min/Max: 5/20 Instructor: Erica Boos, RYT of Yoga Fitness (Yoga Alliance, YogaFit certified) Session: I II III IV V VI

Date: Day: January 8 - February 26 Tuesdays January 10 - February 28 Thursdays March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26) Tuesdays March 7 - May 2 (skip 3/28) Thursdays May 7 - June 18 Tuesdays May 9 - June 20 Thursdays

Fee: $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $74.00R/$84.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR $65.00R/$75.00NR

Program#: 243030-01 243030-02 243030-03 243030-04 243030-05 243030-06

Beginning Tai Chi and Qigong

Tai Chi is a series of gentle, flowing movements that have been practiced as a health exercise since ancient times in China. Tai Chi integrates the body and mind to improve health, fitness and relaxation. The movements emphasize the importance of weight transference, which helps balance and prevents falls. Qigong is the practice of balancing and strengthening qi (life energy) in the human body. Qigong can be practiced in a sitting or standing positions. Location: LX Senior Center 217 W. Dunwood Rd. - Fox Point Fee: $48.00R/$58.00NR Min/Max: 8/18 Instructor: Alice Kuramoto Session: I II

Date: Day: February 6 - March 27 Wednesdays April 4 - May 23 Thursdays

Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm 9:30 - 10:30am

Program#: 243100-01 243100-02

Pickleball

Yes, PICKLEBALL – the fun game with the funny name! Created in the backyard of Washington Congressman Joel Pritchard in 1965, it is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and enjoyed by people of all ages. Using a badminton-sized court, tennisheight net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized wiffle ball, usually played by doubles, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and eye-hand coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women, you don’t have to be tall and powerful. Want to watch a video? Go to USAPA.org, click on link to “What is Pickleball?” Register for the next free CLINICS to learn the game, or sit in on any open court session to see if you’d like it. Location: Range Line School - Gym 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Min/Max: 4/20 Instructor: Mequon Rec. Dept. Staff Session: FREE CLINIC I II III IV V VI

Date: Day: December 8 Saturday January 3 - February 28 Thursdays January 5 - February 23 Saturdays March 2 - April 27 Saturdays March 7 - April 25 Thursdays May 2 - June 6 Thursdays May 4 - June 8 Saturdays

P

CO-O Time: 10:00am - 12noon 1:00 - 3:00pm 9:00 - 11:00am 9:00 - 11:00am 1:00 - 3:00pm 1:00 - 3:00pm 9:00 - 11:00am

Fee: FREE $27.00R/$37.00NR $24.00R/$34.00NR $27.00R/$37.00NR $24.00R/$34.00NR $18.00R/$28.00NR $18.00R/$28.00NR

Program#: 241250-01 241250-02 241250-03 241250-04 241250-05 241250-06 241250-07

Sheepshead

Learn the popular card game of Sheepshead (Schafkopf – In German). It is a card game, originated in Central Europe in the late 1700s, and popular in Wisconsin, because of its’ large German-American population. Many European nationalities now enjoy this game of Sheepshead, which uses 32 cards (7s thru Aces), and accumulates points to determine the winner. Sign up for this fun and low-key course to learn the basics, or to improve your fundamental concepts. The Instructor has many years of experience and is eager to share his knowledge with you. You may even want to participate in the Nicolet Recreation Department’s (and the Glendale Senior Citizens’ Club) Annual Sheepshead Tournament, held in the Spring of each year. Date: March 18 - May 6 Day: Mondays Time: 4:00 - 5:00pm Location: LX Senior Center 217 W. Dunwood Rd. - Fox Point Fee: $30.00R/$40.00NR Program#: 242370-01 Min/Max: 8/20 Instructor: Dennis Staral

Mah Jongg

Winds! Bams! Dragons! Learn an ancient game with a modern twist. Mah Jongg had been a popular game in America since the 1920’s. (Note: this is NOT merely matching tiles, sometimes erroneously called Mah Jongg.) Combining both luck and skill, you will find people of all ages. Although this game of Chinese tiles is played by 4 people, the play is individual so partners are not needed. Groups of “Mahj” friends play regularly for years, so come and see why so many people have enjoyed this game for so long! You too will be able to play after this class. Fee includes current National Mah Jongg League Cards and materials. Day: Mondays Time: 10:00 - 11:30am Location: Range Line School - Room C110 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $56.00R/$66.00NR P Min/Max: 4/20 CO-O Instructor: Mequon Rec. Dept. Staff Session: I II

Date: Program#: March 11 - April 15 242071-01 April 22 - June 3 (skip 5/27) 242071-02

Bridge Lessons

The dates printed here are for students who are currently taking lessons. Our bridge lessons start in the fall for beginners and are an ongoing series of 6 week sessions through the month of June. Because bridge is a game that needs a strong foundation of basic knowledge, beginners may only sign up in September. If you have prior basic bridge knowledge you could possibly join the intermediate group. Please call Billie Dillon, our instructor, if you think you might qualify mid year at 262-893-8877 Day: Thursdays Time: 10:00 - 11:30am Location: Range Line School - Room 107 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $54.00R/$64.00NR Min/Max: 10/18 Instructor: Billie Dillon Session: I II III IV V VI

Level: Beginner Intermediate Beginner Intermediate Beginner Intermediate

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CO-O

Date: Time: February 7 - March 21 1:00 - 3:00pm February 7 - March 21 10:00am - 12noon March 28 - May 2 1:00 - 3:00pm March 28 - May 2 10:00am - 12noon May 16 - June 20 1:00 - 3:00pm May 16 - June 20 10:00am - 12noon

Program#: 242490-01 242490-02 242490-03 242490-04 242490-05 242490-06

Sewing Programs With Avis Marsh

Sewing classes for everyone! Learn the basics or hone your skills. Find new sources for fabrics, discover new techniques, exchange fashion ideas and realize how easy and fun it is to sew under the expert tutelage of Avis Marsh. Specify section. Location: Fee: Min/Max: Instructor:

Lydell Community Center - Room 22 5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay $75.00R/$85.00NR 6/16 Avis Marsh

Session: I II III IV

Date: Day: February 11 - April 15 Mondays February 11 - April 15 Mondays February 11 - April 15 Mondays February 13 - April 17 Wednesdays

Safety Driving Class - 55 Alive Class

Learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, rules of the road, and much more in this exciting course. Find out how to adjust your driving to age-related changes in vision, learning and reaction time. You might even get an insurance discount! You don’t have to take a test either! Millions of people have taken advantage of this valuable course. Please bring your driver’s license and an AARP card if you have one. Sign up NOW! Space is limited. Date: March 28 Day: Thursday Time: 12:30 - 4:30pm Location: Range Line School - Room 108 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $16.00R/$26.00NR Program#: 242070-01 P CO-O Min/Max: 7/25

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CO-O

Time: 9:30am - 12noon 12:30 - 3:00pm 6:30 - 9:00pm 9:30am - 12:00pm

Program#: 242500-01 242500-02 242500-03 242500-04

Badger Band Concert

Under the direction of Professor Michael Leckrone, (he hasn’t retired as of printing) the Wisconsin Band has become the top collegiate marching band in the nation. Why? Because the Wisconsin Band consists of over 300 hard-working and enthusiastic students and staff members who strive to keep “raising the bar” year after year. On Thursday, April 18, the UW Varsity Marching Band will celebrate its 38th annual spring concert at the Kohl Center. No other college band puts on such an extravaganza complete with professional staging, lighting, sound and pyrotechnics performed for 25,000 Badger fans each year. The Wisconsin Band is pleased to announce another action-packed spring concert with special guests to be announced. There will be lots of surprises and effects during this 21/2 hour concert. Dinner stop (on your own) is at East Towne Mall and then on to the concert. This trip is extremely popular, please register ASAP. These tickets will go fast - please register ASAP. Please check for availability after March 1 – cannot give refunds after this date – bus times are subject to change.

O-OP

C Date: April 18 Day: Thursday Time: Bus loads at 2:30pm Bus departs at 2:45pm Bus returns approx. at 11:30pm Location: Range Line School - Parking Lot (SW corner) 11040 N. Range Line Rd. - Mequon Fee: $58.00R/$68.00NR Program#: 242060-01 Min/Max: 7/25

Awareness Through Movement for Natural Pain Relief

Refine your ability to tap into the power of self-healing & relief from chronic pain in this movement series. If you are experiencing increased aches & pains, loss of vitality & energy, stiffness, or feel stuck in old patterns that you want to change, this class is for you! Patricia is skilled at helping people transform pain into possibility, ease & well-being. Day: Fridays Time: 9:30 - 11:00am Location: GreenSquare Center for the Healing Arts - Upper Level Education Center 6789 N. Green Bay Ave - Glendale Fee: $15.00R/$25.00NR Min/Max: 4/20 NEW! Instructor: Patricia Holman, GCFP, ABM for Children Session: Date: Program#: Session: Date: Program#: I January 11 242550-01 V February 8 242550-05 II January 18 242550-02 VI February 15 242550-06 III January 25 242550-03 VII February 22 242550-07 IV February 1 242550-04 VIII March 1 242550-08

On behalf of the Glendale Senior Citizens Club, I welcome you to our club!

ACTIVITIES Did you know the Glendale Senior Center has many activities available to you?

• Monthly Movies • Day Trips/Plays, Tours, etc. • Bridge & Sheepshead • Crafts • Shuffleboard Courts • Bowling • Library • Summer & Winter Enclosed are your Senior Citizens Club I.D. and a pink Picnics Billiards hand out that describes our • • Monthly General club. Our General meet Meeting with ings are held on the second Entertainment and Wednesday of each month. Refreshments They are held in the ComSpecial Interest mons of the Glen Hills Middle • School, 2600 W. Mill Rd., un- Meetings Annual Oktoberfest less stated differently on the • Celebration monthly calendar. You can • December Holiday look at the monthly News Party Letter to find out the topic of March Anniversary the General meeting. Cur- • Club Dinner rent activities are also listed • Brewer Baseball on the monthly calendar. You should receive a news- Games letter every two months. Our beautiful clubroom, located on the If you should have any questions about the activi- lower level of Glen Hills Middle School ties of the club please dial was especially designed for our club number at Seniors, with full 414-540-2100. kitchen, restroom facilities, and elevator access. Sincerely yours, Mr. Larry Ousterling For more information, call Membership Chairman 540-2100.

Glendale Senior Citizens Club Registration Form

To complete your registration process you will need to fill out the enclosed registration card and return it to the above address. This can be done in person or through the mail.

Name(s)_______________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City/State/Zip___________________________________________________________ Home Phone____________________________________________________________ Annual Dues: $10/member Make Check payable to: Glendale Senior Citizens Club 2600 W. Mill Road Glendale, WI 53209

Dear New Member:

20th ANNUAL GLENDALE OPEN SHEEPSHEAD TOURNAMENT

SPONSORED BY: GLENDALE SENIOR CITIZENS’ CLUB & NICOLET RECREATION DEPARTMENT This is a recreational Five-Handed Sheepshead Tournament offered for Fun, Fellowship and Fundraising. Every Registrant will play three (3) rounds of fifteen (15) hands. Food and beverages, will be a part of this exciting day.

Food/Beverages Will Be Available For Sale – Starting At 10:15 AM DATE:

Saturday, April 6, 2013

TIME:

10:30 AM

Registration (Doors open at 10:00 AM

11:45 AM 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:15 PM (Est.)

Announcements - Rules/Scoring Start Playing Cards - Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Announcement of Winners

PLACE:

(ARRIVAL TIME LATER THAN 11:30 AM “CANCELS” YOUR REGISTRATION)

Nicolet High School - Cafeteria 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road Glendale, Wisconsin 53217 (see map on reverse side of flyer)

All registrants please enter through the north entrance (handicap accessible).

Fee:

$15.00 ($20.00 After March 1, 2013)

1st Place: $100.00 & plaque; 2nd Place: $75.00; 3rd Place: $50.00; 4th Place: $40.00; 5th Place: $30.00 6th-10th Places: $25.00; 11th-15th Places: $20.00

REGISTER EARLY -- Registration Limited to the First 300 Participants! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SHEEPSHEAD REGISTRATION FORM

(ADULTS OF ANY AGE)

Fee Enclosed: $__________

(Pre-Registration Encouraged By March 1, 2013) Name______________________________________________ Home Phone __________________ Address____________________________________________ Work Phone __________________ City/State/Zip______________________________________________________________________ Make Checks Payable To:

Schedule subject to change. For complete schedule including directions to away games go to http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/activities/athletics.cfm

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Basketball - Boys Varsity

Basketball - Girls Varsity Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Nov 14, 2012 - Wed

Nov 16, 2012 - Fri

Nov 17, 2012 - Sat

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving - Alumni Meet

Swimming/Diving Boys

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op) Wrestling - Varsity

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op) Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Nov 29, 2012 - Thu

Nov 30, 2012 - Fri

NHS Varsity Wrestling vs. Milwaukee Lutheran

Gymnastics

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Wrestling - Varsity

Dec 5, 2012 - Wed

Dec 6, 2012 - Thu

08:00 PM

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving - North Shore Conference Relays NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Milwaukee Lutheran NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Milwaukee Lutheran Boys Varsity Hockey @ Kenosha

04:00 PM

07:30 PM 07:30 PM

Swimming/Diving Boys Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

07:00 PM

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

NHS Varsity Wrestling - Invitational

08:30 AM

Wrestling - Varsity

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Port Washington NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Port Washington

07:30 PM 07:30 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey @ Brookfield

Girls Hockey - Tournament

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

07:30 PM

Girls Hockey - Tournament

07:30 PM

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics vs. Port Washington

Boys Varsity Hockey @ Oregon

07:00 PM

06:30 PM

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving vs. Milwaukee Lutheran NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Milwaukee King

06:00 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Dec 11, 2012 - Tue

Dec 8, 2012 - Sat

Dec 7, 2012 - Fri

Girls Hockey - Tournament

Swimming/Diving Boys Basketball - Girls Varsity Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ West Bend West

Dec 4, 2012 - Tue

07:00 PM

Basketball - Boys Varsity

NHS Varsity Wrestling - Nicolet Scramble NHS Boys Varsity Swimming & Diving - Sprint Invitational

Dec 3, 2012 - Mon

08:00 AM 09:30 AM

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Homestead

07:30 PM

Wrestling - Varsity Swimming/Diving Boys

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Homestead

Girls Hockey vs. Beaver Dam

07:00 PM 07:30 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey vs. Grafton

NHS Varsity Wrestling vs. Homestead

07:30 PM 05:30 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey @ Arrowhead

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Whitefish Bay

07:30 PM 04:30 PM

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving vs. Homestead

06:00 PM

Dec 1, 2012 - Sat

Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Swimming/Diving Boys Basketball - Boys Varsity

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball - Brookfield Central Thanksgiving Tourney vs. Beaver Dam Boys Varsity Hockey @ Sun Prairie

Basketball - Girls Varsity Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op) 03:00 PM

Girls Hockey - Tournament 10:00 AM

04:30 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Nov 27, 2012 - Tue

Nov 24, 2012 - Sat

Girls Hockey - Tournament

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Waukesha South

07:30 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Nov 23, 2012 - Fri

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Waukesha North

07:00 PM

Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Boys Varsity Hockey vs. Grafton

Girls Hockey vs. Central Wisconsin Storm

01:00 PM 06:00 PM

NHS Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Hartford (Scrimmage)

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Bay View

Boys Varsity Hockey @ Homestead

Event NHS Boys Varsity Basketball - Scrimmage

12:30 PM

07:30 PM

05:00 PM

Time 03:00 PM

Athletic Schedules - Wed, Nov 7, 2012 - Sun, Jun 30, 2013

Nov 20, 2012 - Tue

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Category Basketball - Boys Varsity

Date Nov 10, 2012 - Sat

Athletic Schedules Gymnastics (Co-op)

Basketball - Boys Varsity

07:00 PM

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Varsity

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Port Washington High Wrestling - Varsity School Nicolet High School

Swimming/Diving Boys Sheboygan Falls High Skiing - Boys/Girls School (Co-op) The Ponds Ice Arena Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

University School of

JanMilwaukee 10, 2013 - Thu

Hockey - Boys Varsity Pleasant Prairie Ice (Co-op) Plex Jan 9, 2013 - Wed Gymnastics

School JanHigh 8, 2013 - Tue

Milwaukee LutheranVarsity

Basketball - Girls

Nicolet High School Jan 7, 2013 - Mon

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Germantown

07:30 PM

07:00 PM

06:00 PM

NHS Varsity Wrestling @ Cedarburg

Girls Hockey vs. Arrowhead

Boys/Girls Skiing Meet

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving @ Cedarburg

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics @ Whitefish Bay

06:30 PM 06:00 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey vs. Stoughton

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. West Allis Hale

Girls Hockey vs. Green Bay East

NHS Varsity Wrestling - Invitational

06:00 PM

07:30 PM

07:00 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Homestead High School

09:00 AM

07:30 PM

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Germantown

Girls Hockey vs. Middleton

07:00 PM 07:30 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey @ Waukesha

NHS Varsity Wrestling vs. Grafton

Boys/Girls Skiing Meet

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving vs. Grafton

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball - 5th Annual Christine Rathke Memorial Tournament Girls Hockey - Tournament NHS Varsity Wrestling - Mid-States Wrestling Classic

NHS Varsity Wrestling - Mid-States Wrestling Classic NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Pewaukee

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball - 5th Annual Christine Rathke Memorial Tournament Girls Hockey - Tournament Boys Varsity Hockey - Admirals Cup

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball - 5th Annual Christine Rathke Memorial Tournament vs. Arrowhead

Girls Hockey - Tournament Boys Varsity Hockey - Admirals Cup

Boys Varsity Hockey - Admirals Cup

Boys Varsity Hockey vs. Homestead

05:45 PM

07:30 PM

06:00 PM

06:00 PM

10:00 AM

10:00 AM 07:00 PM

03:30 PM

06:00 PM

Wrestling - Varsity

University School ofVarsity

JanMilwaukee 5, 2013 - Sat

University School of Basketball - Boys Milwaukee Varsity Nicolet High SchoolBasketball - Girls

JanOregon 4, 2013Ice - Fri Hockey Hockey Rink - Boys Varsity (Co-op) Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Nicolet High School

Swimming/Diving Nicolet High SchoolBoys Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op) Milwaukee Rufus King Wrestling - Varsity High School

JanSchool 3, 2013 - Thu

High SchoolBasketball - Girls DecNicolet 29, 2012 - Sat Nicolet High SchoolVarsity Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Wrestling - Varsity West Bend West High

Varsity

Homestead High School Basketball - Boys

Wrestling - Varsity

University School ofHockey - Girls (Co-op) Milwaukee Hockey - Boys Varsity Nicolet High School(Co-op)

Dec 28, 2012 - Fri

MSOE Kern Center Basketball - Girls

Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Hockey - Boys Varsity Mullet Ice Arena (Co-op) Basketball - Girls Nicolet High School Varsity

Nicolet High School

Dec 27, 2012 - Thu

Nicolet High School

Dec 26, 2012 - Wed

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Girls Hockey @ Fond du Lac

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Cedarburg

07:30 PM 01:00 PM

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Cedarburg

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics vs. Shorewood

07:30 PM

Varsity Mosinee City Recreation Center Basketball - Girls Varsity Brookfield Central High DecSchool 22, 2012 - Sat Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Sun Prairie Ice Arena

Basketball - Boys

06:30 PM

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving vs. West Bend East

Boys Varsity Hockey @ Greendale

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball - NY2LA Shootout vs. St. Johns NW Military Academy Boys Varsity Hockey @ Beloit Memorial

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Grafton

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Grafton

NHS Varsity Wrestling @ Port Washington

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming & Diving @ Port Washington

Dec 21, 2012 - Fri

06:00 PM

06:00 PM

08:00 PM

01:30 PM

07:30 PM

07:30 PM

07:30 PM

06:00 PM

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics @ Menomonee Falls/Germantown Boys Varsity Hockey @ Germantown

Athletic Schedules 06:30 PM

DecNicolet 19, 2012 - Wed High SchoolGymnastics

DecMosinee 18, 2012 - Tue Swimming/Diving City Recreation Boys Center

DecWaukesha 17, 2012 South - Mon High Hockey - Boys Varsity School (Co-op)

(Co-op)

Nicolet High SchoolHockey - Boys Varsity

Varsity

University School ofBasketball - Girls Milwaukee Varsity Kern- Center DecMSOE 15, 2012 Sat Basketball - Boys

Nicolet High School

Dec 14, 2012 - Fri

High School

Swimming/Diving Boys Milwaukee Bay View Wrestling - Varsity

Ozaukee Ice Center

Dec 13, 2012 - Thu

Kettle Moraine High Hockey - Boys Varsity School

DecLocation 12, 2012 - Wed

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University School of Milwaukee Cedarburg High School

Heiliger Ski Club

Cedarburg High School

Whitefish Bay High School

MSOE Kern Center

Nicolet High School

West Allis Nathan Hale High School University School of Milwaukee

University School of Milwaukee Germantown High School Nicolet High School

Nagawaukee Ice Rink

Nicolet High School

Heiliger Ski Club

Nicolet High School

Whitewater High School

Franklin High School

Whitewater High School Pewaukee High School

Bradley Center

Franklin High School

Franklin High School

Bradley Center

Wilson Park

Blue Line Family Ice Center MSOE Kern Center

Nicolet High School

Cedarburg High School

Nicolet High School

Nicolet High School

Wilson Park

Edwards Ice Center

Homestead High School

Grafton High School

Nicolet High School

Port Washington High School Port Washington High School

Menomonee Falls High School Kettle Moraine Ice Center

Schedule subject to change. For complete schedule including directions to away games go to http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/activities/athletics.cfm 08:30 AM 04:00 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Basketball - Boys Varsity

Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op) Gymnastics

Wrestling - Varsity

Swimming/Diving Boys Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Wrestling - Varsity

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Jan 16, 2013 - Wed

Jan 17, 2013 - Thu

Jan 18, 2013 - Fri

Jan 19, 2013 - Sat

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Homestead

07:30 PM

Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op)

Gymnastics

Swimming/Diving Boys

Feb 6, 2013 - Wed

Feb 7, 2013 - Thu

Feb 8, 2013 - Fri

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Swimming/Diving Boys Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op)

Feb 5, 2013 - Tue

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Jan 31, 2013 - Thu

Wrestling - Varsity Swimming/Diving Boys Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Basketball - Boys Varsity Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Jan 30, 2013 - Wed

Feb 2, 2013 - Sat

06:00 PM

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op) Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Jan 29, 2013 - Tue

Swimming/Diving Boys Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Boys/Girls Skiing Meet

06:00 PM

Swimming/Diving Boys Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op) Wrestling - Varsity

Jan 28, 2013 - Mon

Feb 1, 2013 - Fri

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Diving - North Shore Conference Meet

01:00 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Jan 26, 2013 - Sat

06:00 PM

07:30 PM

06:30 PM

06:00 PM

NHS Boys Varsity Diving - WIAA Sectionals

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics vs. Brookfield

Boys/Girls Skiing Meet

Girls Hockey @ Arrowhead

Boys Varsity Hockey - North Shore Conference Tourney vs. Homestead

08:00 PM 01:00 PM

Girls Hockey @ Sun Prairie NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Racine Park

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

07:30 PM

NHS Varsity Wrestling - North Shore Conference NHS Boys Varsity Swimming - North Shore Conference Meet

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Grafton

07:30 PM

10:00 AM 11:00 AM

NHS Boys JV Swimming - North Shore Conference Meet NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Grafton

06:00 PM

Girls Hockey @ Beaver Dam

Boys Varsity Hockey - North Shore Conference Tourney vs. Germantown

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Port Washington

07:30 PM

08:00 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey - North Shore Conference Tourney vs. Cedarburg NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Port Washington

06:00 PM

07:30 PM

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Swimming vs. Whitefish Bay Boys Varsity Hockey - North Shore Conference Tourney vs. Grafton NHS Varsity Wrestling vs. Whitefish Bay

06:00 PM

Girls Hockey - Tournament Boys Varsity Hockey vs. Sheboygan

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Milwaukee Lutheran

07:30 PM 01:00 PM 07:00 PM

Girls Hockey - Tournament NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Milwaukee Lutheran

01:00 PM 07:30 PM

Girls Hockey @ Brookfield Central

Hockey - Girls (Co-op) Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Jan 25, 2013 - Fri

06:30 PM

Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Jan 22, 2013 - Tue

Boys/Girls Skiing Meet

Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op)

Boys Varsity Hockey vs. Kettle Moraine

Jan 20, 2013 - Sun 05:00 PM

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Homestead

07:30 PM

NHS Varsity Wrestling - Invitational

NHS Boys Varsity/JV Diving - Knights' 11 Dive Invitational

05:00 PM

NHS Varsity Wrestling @ Germantown

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics vs. Grafton/Cedarburg

06:30 PM 07:30 PM

Boys/Girls Skiing Meet

Girls Hockey @ Xavier NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Wauwatosa West

06:00 PM

06:00 PM 07:00 PM

NHS Varsity Gymnastics - Invitational NHS Varsity Wrestling - Clintonville Trucker Wrestling Invite

10:00 AM 10:00 AM

Jan 15, 2013 - Tue

NHS Boys Varsity Swimming & Diving - Invitational

09:00 AM

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball @ Whitefish Bay

Girls Hockey vs. Appleton West

07:00 PM 07:30 PM

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Whitefish Bay

05:45 PM

Swimming/Diving Boys Gymnastics Wrestling - Varsity

Basketball - Boys Varsity

Basketball - Girls Varsity Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Jan 12, 2013 - Sat

Jan 11, 2013 - Fri

Athletic Schedules Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op) Basketball - Boys Varsity Basketball - Girls Varsity

Ozaukee Ice Center

Grafton High School Whitefish Bay High School The Ice Pond Racine Park High School

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

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Nicolet High School

Alpine Valley

Mullet Ice Arena

07:30 PM

NHS Varsity Gymnastics - WIAA Sectionals

Boys/Girls Skiing JV Conference Meet NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Whitefish Bay

07:30 PM

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball - WIAA Regionals

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball vs. West Allis Central

05:00 PM

07:00 PM

Go Knights!

Nicolet High School

Grafton High School

Nicolet High School

Beaver Dam Family Ice Center Whitefish Bay High School Heiliger Ski Club

Ozaukee Ice Center

Port Washington High School

Nicolet High School

Ozaukee Ice Center

Nicolet High School

Ozaukee Ice Center

Nicolet High School

Feb 23, 2013 - Sat Eagle River Sports Arena Gymnastics MSOE Kern Center

Eagle River Sports Arena Feb 21, 2013 - Thu Skiing - Boys/Girls Milwaukee Lutheran (Co-op) High School Basketball - Girls Nicolet High School Varsity

FebPonds 19, 2013 - Tue The Ice Arena Basketball - Boys Varsity

Boys/Girls Skiing Varsity State Meet

Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op) Basketball - Girls Varsity

Alpine Valley

Boys/Girls Skiing Varsity State Meet

Skiing - Boys/Girls (Co-op)

NHS Varsity Wrestling - WIAA Sectionals NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics - North Shore Conference Meet

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Germantown

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Germantown

NHS Varsity/JV Gymnastics @ Homestead/West Allis

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Kenosha Bradford

Boys Varsity Hockey

Feb 17, 2013 - Sun Sheboygan North High School Feb 18, 2013 - Mon MSOE Kern Center

11:00 AM

NHS Boys Varsity Swimming - WIAA Sectionals NHS Varsity Wrestling - WIAA Wrestling Regionals Girls Hockey vs. TBA

Wrestling - Varsity Gymnastics

07:30 PM

07:30 PM

06:00 PM

07:00 PM

04:00 PM

07:00 AM - 07:00 PM 12:00 PM

NHS Girls Varsity Basketball @ Cedarburg

NHS Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Cedarburg

07:30 PM 07:30 PM

Boys Varsity Hockey vs. New Richmond

06:00 PM

Feb 16, 2013 - Sat Nicolet High School

Basketball - Boys Varsity Nicolet High School Feb 15, 2013 - Fri Basketball - Girls Homestead High School Varsity

Gymnastics

Feb 13,High 2013 - Wed Nicolet School Germantown High School Feb 14, 2013 - Thu

Basketball - Boys Varsity

Hockey - Boys Varsity (Co-op)

Feb 12, 2013 - Tue Alpine Valley

Tri County Arena Nicolet High School

Swimming/Diving Boys Homestead High School Wrestling - Varsity Clintonville High School Hockey - Girls (Co-op)

Whitefish Bay High School University School of Milwaukee Whitefish Bay High School Feb 9, 2013 - Sat Shorewood High School

Athletic Schedules Ozaukee Ice C

Arrowhead Hig

Nicolet High S

Alpine Valley

Nicolet High S

Nicolet High S

Mt. LaCrosse

Mt. LaCrosse

Arrowhead Hig Homestead Hi

Germantown School

Nicolet High S

West Allis Nat High School

Nicolet High S

Nicolet High S University Sch Milwaukee MSOE Kern Ce

Nicolet High S

Cedarburg Hig

Nicolet High S

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***Glossy/Color advertisements are available for an additional $25.00*** The bulletin is delivered to every household (11,000) in Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale, and River Hills 3 times a year. There are a total of 26,000 residents in the four communities. Deadlines for the bulletins are Summer – March 1st, Fall – July 1st, and Winter/Spring – November 1st. ______________________________________________________________________________________

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6 Months $180.00

http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/activities/recreation.cfm We added on-line registration to our website. Traffic on our site has increased dramatically as a result. This is a great way to promote your business. ______________________________________________________________________________________

 Recgram Advertising 4 Weeks $180.00

Weekly $50.00

The recgram is e-mailed weekly to a database of 2,000+ e-mail addresses using Constant Contact. The recgram is sent to participants to remind them of upcoming programs and other pertinent information from the Nicolet Recreation Department. Advertisements are located at the bottom of each recgram. ______________________________________________________________________________________

 Flyer Advertising 4 Weeks $180.00

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The school folder flyers are distributed once a week to 1,500 area feeder school students. The flyers are sent to area students to remind them of upcoming recreation programs. Advertisements are a full page in size and would be on the back of the flyer.

Registration Form Nicolet Recreation Department

Phone: (414) 351-7566 Fax: (414) 351-4053 www.nicolet.k12.wi.us

6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd. Glendale, WI 53217

On-line registration: https://rec.nicolet.k12.wi.us Household Information:

Date:__________________________

Alumni___

Name (person filling out form):________________________________________________________________ Address:___________________________________________________________________________________ City:__________________________________________ State:______ Zip:___________ Home Phone:________________________________Cell Phone:_____________________________________ E-mail Address:_____________________________________________________________________________ Unless otherwise notified, assume that you are enrolled in the program.

Name

Sex

Birthdate

Grade Program#

Reduced Fee School Meal Program for Nicolet School District Students For those families who meet the criteria for free school meal program, your child’s class fee can be reduced by 50% (supplies and materials excluded). School lists will be used to verify eligibility. “I certify that my child/children is/are eligible for the reduced fee school meal program” Signature _________________________________________________________ Waiver and Release of Claims “As a participant/parent/guardian in this program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages or loss which I/my child may ward or sustain as a result of participating in any and/or all activities connected with or associated with such a program. I agree to waive and relinquish all claims I/my child may ward or may have as a result of participating in this program against the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School and its officers, agents, servants and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School and its officers, agents, servants, and employees from any and all claims from injuries, damage or loss which I/my child may ward or may have or which may accrue to me/them on account of my/our participation in this program. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School and its officers, agents, servants, and employees from any and all claims resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me/them and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with the activities of this program. I have readand fully understand the above program details and waiver and release of all claims.”

Program Name

Fee

Subtotal Fee:______________________ Less Reduced Fee:_________________ Total:____________________________

Cash ___ Check ___ / #_____ made payable to Nicolet Recreation Dept. Credit Card ___ MasterCard ____ Visa ____ Expiration Date_________ Card number __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __

For the activities that apply: Concussion & Head Injury Disclosure “As a Parent and as an Athlete it is important to recognize the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of concussions. By agreeing to this form you are stating that you understand the importance of recognizing and responding to the signs, symptoms, and behaviors of a concussion or head injury.” For more information go to: http://www.nicolet.k12.wi.us/cms_files/resources/concussion.pdf Parent Agreement: I have read the Parent Concussion and Head Injury Information and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I also understand the common signs, symptoms, and behaviors. I agree that my child must be removed from practice/play if a concussion is suspected. I understand that it is my responsibility to seek medical treatment if a suspected concussion is reported to me. I understand that my child cannot return to practice/play until providing written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to his/ her coach. I understand the possible consequences of my child returning to practice/play too soon. Athlete Agreement: I have read the Athlete Concussion and Head Injury Information and understand what a concussion is and how it may be caused. I understand the importance of reporting a suspected concussion to my coaches and my parents/guardian. I understand that I must be removed from practice/play if a concussion is suspected. I understand that I must provide written clearance from an appropriate health care provider to my coach before returning to practice/play. I understand the possible consequence of returning to practice/play too soon and that my brain needs time to heal.

Cardholder Name____________________________________________

Signature______________________________________________________________ Date_______________ Ways To Register: On-line!, Mail, Fax, Walk-In, Phone, & Drop Box

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