Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department
Fall Activity Guide Programs, Athletics and Special Events for Adults, Youth and Families
Sept.-Nov. 2013 www.middleburyparksandrec.org
Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department Fall Activity Guide • The Addison Independent • August 29, 2013
Mission Statement The Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department (MPR) shall provide lands, facilities, and services for community members of all ages and all income levels. It shall provide programs for both sport and leisure. The department shall serve as instructor, facilitator, and partner in efforts to promote and improve quality of life for participants. MPR will work with an involved public and business community to provide a healthy and aesthetically pleasing environment with opportunities for cultural growth. The department should be flexible enough to meet the changing needs and tastes of the community, while finding creative ways to deliver recreation programs and facilities that are affordable to the residents of Middlebury.
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Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department Fall Activity Guide • The Addison Independent • August 29, 2013
General Information Contact Us
Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department Offices Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Saturday and Sunday and Holidays Mailing and Physical Address: 94 Main Street Middlebury, VT 05753 Other Contact Info: Phone: (802) 388-8100 x205 or x222 Fax: (802) 388-4364 Website: www.townofmiddlebury.org FB@ Town of Middlebury Parks & Recreation
Middlebury Parks & Recreation Board Colby Benjamin — ACT Teen Center Representative Monica Benjamin — Member-at-Large Sabrina Butterfield — ID #4 Representative Greg Boglioli — Vice Chair Tricia Allen — Ilsley Library Representative Susan Shashok — Selectboard Representative, Chair Bill Ford — Member-at-Large
Staff of Middlebury Parks and Recreation Department Terri Arnold, Director Dustin Hunt, Program Coordinator (802) 388-8100 x205 (802) 388-8100 x 216 TArnold@townofmiddlebury.org DHunt@townofmiddlebury.org Yvon Pouliot, Grounds & Facilities Supervisor (802) 771-7251 cell phone
ADVERTISING The Addison Independent prints and distributes this publication three times per year. We welcome your advertisement for a business, program or event in our publication for a fee; please contact us for more specific information. INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY Programs may be cancelled in the event of severe weather or power outages. MPR encourages you to do the following if you have questions: Call: MPR Offices Voice Mail system, 388-8100 ext 216 Check: Facebook, Town of Middlebury Parks & Recreation Check: Town of Middlebury web page, www.townofmiddlebury.org
Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department Fall Activity Guide • The Addison Independent • August 29, 2013
REGISTRATION INFO New this fall: Online Registration!!! Instructions for Online Registration: TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT: 1. Go to middleburyparksandrec.org 2. Create Account(located under member login) 3. Enter all primary and secondary guardian info 4. Use the “add family member” button to add all members of your household 5. When every member of your household has been added click “Done.” You are now logged in and can register for programs 6. Write down your login name and password. You only need to create one account per household TO REGISTER FOR PROGRAMS: 1. Login using username and password 2. Click “Browse Activities” in the Quick Links Box 3. Find the type of activity you would like to register for (Soccer, Gymnastics, etc.) and click search 4. Find the section of the program you would like to register for and click the shopping cart icon located on the left hand side of the screen. (Note: please make sure the program registration is open. There is a green bar that says available next to each section. If the bar is red it means that the program is unavailable to register for at that time. Please pay close attention to registration start dates and times for each program) 5. A green box will pop up one the bottom of the screen, click “enroll now.” When the next page opens chose the family member you would like to enroll in that program. Click “Add to Cart” 6. Read and agree to the waiver 7. You now have the option to proceed to checkout or continue shopping (enrolling in more programs). Once you have enrolled in all the programs you wish to, click “proceed to checkout” 8. Fill out all of the payment information and click “Finish.” A confirmation email will automatically be sent to the email on file. You also have the option to view and print the receipt.
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If you have any questions about how to register online please call 388-8100 ext 216 or 205 or stop in the Parks and Recreation office and we would be happy to walk you through the steps. • You may still register for all programs in person at the Middlebury Parks and Recreation Office • Advanced registration is required for all programs, classes or special events, unless otherwise stated under the program information. • All fees are due at the time of registration, we cannot “hold” a space for anyone without full payment at time of registration. • All programs have a minimum and maximum enrollment. We request that you register in advance to ensure minimum class requirements are met. We reserve the right to cancel a program if minimum numbers are not reached. • There is a $25 service fee on all returned checks and/ or declined debit and credit cards.
REFUND POLICY • Full refunds will be given for all classes by MPR. • If you need to cancel your registration before the second session of the program, we will refund you a pro-rated registration fee, minus 10% processing fee, or issue a credit, good for one calendar year, for the full class fee. After the second session is attended, eligibility for a refund is void. • Please be aware that refund requests may take up to 30 days to process. • Refunds will not be issued from a credit. • Refunds will not be issued for programs costing $10 or less, unless the program is cancelled by MPR. • One-day programs, trips, or special events are not covered under this policy (i.e., no refunds or credit available) • Contracted programs by community instructors have their own guidelines; call for more detailed information. • Every effort is made to ensure that the information in this guide is accurate. We reserve the right to add, withdraw, or revise programs or events as needed. For more updated information, please visit our website often. ACCESSIBILITY Individuals with or without disabilities may register for all programs offered by MPR provided program safety can be met. The Department provides reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Contact MPR offices in advance of the program start date to discuss accommodation on a case-by-case basis.
RESERVATIONS Facilities and Sports Fields
Municipal Gymnasium 94 Main St. Middlebury, VT 005753 5763 Recreation Warming Hut 201 Mary Hogan Drive Middlebury, VT 005753 5763 Trail Around Middlebury Harold Curtis Park Schoolhouse Hill Road East Middlebury, VT 05753 05740 Middlebury Recreation Park 201 Mary Hogan Drive Middlebury, VT 05753 Middlebury Town Pool 298 Buttolph Drive Middlebury, VT 05753
Full sized court or 2 half courts Parking Toilets/Restrooms Semi-‐kitchen; tables & chairs
Perimeter town trail Children’s Playground Tennis Courts Children’s Playground; Sports Fields
Can be rented Call 388-‐8100 Can be rented Call 388-‐8100
M.A.L.T Middlebury Parks & Recreation Facility Can be rented Call 388-8100
Outdoor, Can be rented unheated pool Call 388-8100
Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department requests that all groups planning to use our facilities or fields please notify us F inacilities advance byamaking a reservation. Anyone wishing to make RESERVATIONS-‐ nd Sports Fields a reservation must complete a facility use application, available in our offices or on-line at the Town website. Facility Use Request Forms arerequests considered onall a gfirst-come basis, depending Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department that roups planning to use our on availability. Rental fees may apply. For additional information regarding availability, rates, and facilities or fields please notify s in advance y making a reservation. Anyone wishing reservations, contact the MPR u offices at (802)b388-8100.
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This seven-session after-school program is developed for kids 8-12 years old, focused on the Trail Around Middlebury’s (T.A.M.) natural communities by incorporating traditional woods knowledge and allowing for a deeper understanding of the natural world. Week 1: September 11 (Wednesday) Awareness. Participants embark on a journey of learning to read the natural landscape. Relying on and tuning into observation skills. We will learn to identify trees, observe undetected, and incorporate ourselves into the forest. Participants will learn to use a small survival tools in a controlled and safe manner. Week 2: September 18 (Wednesday) Fire. Participants will learn to make fire in a safe and effective fashion that eliminates environmental damage. We will use both modern and primitive methods of fire making and use our fire to make a tool. Week 3: September 25 (Wednesday) Wildcrafting. Participants will learn to sustainably harvest a variety of wild edibles and prepare them for eating. Week 4: October 2 (Wednesday) Cooking Using our new skills. Participants will learn to prepare wild foods over a fire
Joshua Hardt and create a delicious dish wholly out of their landscape. Week 5: October 9 (Wednesday) Tracking Participants will learn to identify wild animal tracks. This will include beginning to grasp concepts in animal behavior. Students will also learn the art of concealment and stalking. Week 6: October 16 (Wednesday) Shelter Using only what can be found in the forest students will construct a comfortable shelter that is warm, safe and livable. Week 7: October 23 (Wednesday) Family DayParticipants can bring their families to show off a traditional north woods camp, make a meal, share stories etc. Cost: All seven weeks at $220.00, SAVE $25!! Or $35.00 per session
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Wild parsnip, which can cause itching and blisters, has returned to Vermont. See Page 16A.
In the garden Read some tips for caring for your plants in hot weather in our garden column. See Page 4B.
An East Middlebury teen has ambitions both on and off the racetrack. See Sports, Page 1B.
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By JOHN FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY — Two Addison County residents will help draft a new Vermont search-and-rescue policy in the aftermath of the Levi Duclos tragedy. Participating on the new search and rescue committeeVol. created24 by the Legislature that will help craft thatNo. 28 policy will be Rep. Willem Jewett, D-Ripton, and David Shaw, assistant chief of the Middlebury Volunteer Fire Department. Duclos, a 19-year-old New Haven resident, died of hypothermia during a Jan. 9 hike along the Emily Proctor Trail in Ripton. Vermont State Police By JOHN drew widespread criticism for its FLOW response time NEW following the DuclosERS HAVEN of family’s 911 and for its lack — ty call Fair Addiso and coordination with local rescue teams n CounField close on to participateDays that had been available run that Aug. 11 followi drew to a in the search. ng another spite of officials State lawmakers quickly drafted some plancalled a bill calling for a success site for a new rain in that responding to during hikers who are missing drenche portion s of three d the or in distress. That legislation, days of recently signed into law by Gov. Peter Shumlin as Act 155, calls for creation of a 13-member “Search and Rescue Strategic Plan Development Committee.” That committee, to convene for the first time on July 11, is charged with 12 tasks, including: • Reviewing the existing structure for search and rescue operations in Vermont and what might be its advantages and shortcomings. • Considering models used in (See Shaw, Page 18A)
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RELEASE: I understand that there are risks of physical injury inherent in participating in sports and recreational activities. I understand that the Town of Middlebury does not carry health or accident insurance for participants of its programs, and strongly advises paticipants to carry adequate coverage for themselves and their family. I am aware of the particular risks involved in the above programs and have considered these risks before registering myself or my child. I hereby release the Town of Middlebury, its employees, and agents from any liability of personal injury, or the loss or damage to personal property which I or my child may experience in connection with activities sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department. I hereby consent to any medical procedures deemed advisable for my child in the event I cannot be reached and my child has sustained an injury. I hereby consent to the use of my or my child’s photo, video, etc. by the department for flyers, presentations, etc. NOTE: All programs are on a first-come, first-served basis. Space may be limited in some programs!
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Tot Time Gym Drop-in Hours Who: Children ages 5 and under Location: Middlebury Municipal Gym Schedule: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am-12pm Cost: $2.00 per drop-in or buy a 10 visit pass for $15.00. Daycares please ask for special pricing options! Description: Here’s the perfect opportunity to get your infant or toddler out of the cold while meeting other young families in the area. Children enjoy playing with ride-on toys, gymnastics mats, bouncy balls and much more. Come and go as you please!
Save the Date: 37th Annual Turkey Trot Scenic 5k and 10K Races Sunday November 24th, 2013 12pm Mark your calendars for the 37th annual running of this pre-Thanksgiving event. All participants will receive a special gift and we’ll be giving away turkeys, gift certificates and much more! Race brochures will be available in the Parks and Recreation office in MidSeptember.
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Advanced N. Monday 4:15 - 5:15 $90 ($100) 7 spots available O. Saturday 3:15 - 4:30 $100 ($120) 7 spots available Students will work to improve strength, flexibility, and coordination, as well as skill development in a safe and fun environment. Instruction will be included on uneven bars, beam, floor exercise, springboard, parallel bars, and vault. *New this Fall* Gymnastics Fun Nights- 2nd Friday of every month5-9pm, Gymnastics, Pizza, Games and much more! $20 per night. 20 Spots Available. Ages 5+ Gymnastics Sleepovers- Saturday, September 28th and Saturday, October 26th. 6pm-9am Gymnastics and games all night with the unique opportunity to sleep over in the gym! $30 per sleepover. 20 spots available. Ages 5+
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Playing Times: Division 1- Grades 1 and 2 (Coed) — Wednesday and Friday 3:30-4:45 Division 2- Grades 3 and 4 (Gender Specific) — Tuesday and Thursday 3:30-5:00 Division 3- Grades 5 and 6 (Gender Specific) — Boys: Monday and Friday 3:30-5; Girls: Monday and Thursday 5-6:30 (Note: 5/6 grade girls play later in the evening so that any girls interested in participating in the field hockey program on Monday afternoons may do so) • All practices will be held at the Middlebury Recreation Park • Program will begin the week of September 9th. Players should show up at their designated playing time on the first day and they will be divided into specific teams from there. • New this year — Online registration for soccer will begin on Friday, August 30th. • For those looking for more information on how to register online, we will be holding a registration/ informational night on Tuesday, September 3rd from 5:30-6:30pm. • For those still wanting to register in person, we will begin accepting registrants immediately in the parks and recreation office, or receive more information about the online registration process we will be holding a registration/informational night on Tuesday September 3rd from 5:30-6:30pm. • We will begin taking early registrations in the recreation office starting on Monday August 5th • We ask that all players be registered on or before Friday September 6th. Fee: $60 for Residents of Middlebury, $75 for Non-Residents (Scholarships are available) *Each player will receive a ball and jersey to keep* If you are interested in coaching a team please email Dustin Hunt firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3888100 ext 216 The Town of Middlebury Parks and Recreation would like to thank Chevrolet and Shea Motor Company for their continued support of the Middlebury Youth Soccer Program Shea Motor Company 510 Court St , Middlebury, VT 05753 Sales: (802) 458-0552 • Service: (802) 458-0553 Email: email@example.com
Work on moving the puck to your teammates and receiving passes. Learn about positioning to help your team clear the puck out of your end and score goals! Each night ends with games: 3-on-3 half-ice scrimmage, keep-away, and other creative, fun games.
MIDDLEBURY AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
Middlebury Tigers Field Hockey Clinic
Who: Children in grades 3-6 Location: MUHS Jette Field When: Monday’s from 3:15-4:30pm - September 9th-October 14th Instructors: Brooke Jette and the Middlebury Union High School Varsity Field Hockey team Cost: $40.00 Residents $45.00 Non Residents Register: Online or at Parks and Recreation office starting August 30th Description: Players will work with the varsity players to develop the skills necessary to play the game of field hockey. Athletes will have the opportunity to get specialized stick work training while also participating in fun scrimmages. Equipment will be provided.
Adult Co-ed Introduction to Hockey
Location: Memorial Sports Center Schedule: 6 week session, 7:45-9:00 pm, 11/8, 15, 22, 12/6, 13, 20 Instructor: Mike Morgan Cost: $100 for full session, or $20 per night, checks payable to FOMH Sign up: contact Mike Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org Here’s an opportunity to get started in adult hockey, or to work on your existing hockey skills. Each night’s ice time includes a warm up followed by skill development and practice drills. Improve your maneuverability by building your turning, stopping, and starting skills.
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Season Information Session and Registration for Programs: Saturday, September 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or Wednesday, September 25 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Both sessions will be held at the Memorial Sports Center (ice rink). • I already registered my skater for the season, do I need to come? Information about our MAHA programs for the upcoming season will be available. Payment of fees is also due at these sessions. • I still want to register my skater for a MAHA program — can I do that during these sessions? Yes. For more information about our programs and fees, please visit www.middleburyhockey.org. • Do I need to register my player with USA Hockey? Yes! To sign up for a MAHA program, all participants (except Learn to Skate players) must register as members of USA Hockey prior to registration. To do this, please visit www.usahockeyregistration.com/ and register your son or daughter as a player. A $44 fee will be charged. Please print and bring the confirmation sheet with you to registration or email the page to email@example.com. • In need of equipment? Equipment rental will take place at these sessions, so please bring your child with you for a fitting. • Interested in a scholarship? Scholarships are available for all programs on a first come-first served basis. Learn to Skate: An Initiation to Hockey Program Introduce skating and hockey skills (with emphasis on skating) to children ages 4-7 in two 6-week sessions, meeting once weekly on Saturdays. A fun, first experience on the ice. Fee: $80 per session. All necessary equipment, other than skates, is available to rent for $25. Again, the USA Hockey registration is not necessary for this program. For more information about Learn to Skate and a complete listing of our other programs, please visit www.middleburyhockey.org. All fees and registration materials are posted.
Aikido – The Art of Peace
Aikido is a martial art and ethical training created by Morehei Ueshiba (1883-1969). The self defense techniques practiced in Aikido teach us, in an experiential and physical way, the power of harmony which can transcend and eradicate violence. Aikido practice develops agility, awareness, and strength; deepens concentration, and encourages relaxation. Aikido practice challenges each practitioner to realize his or her potential as a “powerful, compassionate, creative, self-aware human being”. Fall Introduction to Aikido Series Sept. 24 thru Oct. 17. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30 to 6:45. Adults and youth (13 yrs. & up). $50 for 4 week series. After completing the beginners series, students may join ongoing classes, with the remainder of October free for those who continue on. On-going Adult/Youth classes Mondays 5:30-6:30 & 6:45-8:15, Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30 to 6:45 Classes are open to anyone 13 or older who has completed the introductary series. Dues are $35/month for unlimited classes. Located in Blue Heron dojo, lower level Town Office Building. Observers welcome anytime. Ongoing children’s classes meet Tuesdays 4:00 to 5:00 and Saturdays 9:00am to 10:00am. Open to ages 7 through 12. New students may join at any time. Dues are $50/month for unlimited classes, or $10 per class. Sibling discount available.
ZUMBA & YOGA
Location: Middlebury Municipal Gym FIRST CLASS FREE! Need more info??? Go to firstname.lastname@example.org email email@example.com or call Liz at 802-989-5977 Morning Zumba: Mondays & Wednesdays @ 8:30 Morning Yoga:Tuesdays @ 8:30 Evening Zumba: M, T, W & ‘First Fridays @ 5:30 and TH @ 6:00 First Fridays’ ----kick off each month with a Friday Zumba class at 5:30! (Sept 6th, Oct 4th, Nov. 1st, Dec. 6th) Punchcards available - $6.50 per class
Head instructor, Jonathan Miller Lane, 3rd Dan For more information visit www.blueheronaikido.com or our Facebook page. Contact Jonathan @. firstname.lastname@example.org 802-989-9069
Middlebury Recreation Opportunities Play Area Abbey Pond Trail Access: Case Street Battell Woods Access: Seminary to Springside St. Cannon Park Access: Main Street Chipman Hill Access: Washington St. Ext. Cross St. Bridge Riverfront Access: Bakery Lane Creek Rd. - Fucile Fields Access: Creek Road DM Means Memorial Woods Access: Seminary St. Ext. Gagne Parcel - canoe launch
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Access: Creek & Three Mile Bridge Rd.
Harold Curtis Park - E. Midd Access: E. Midd., E. Main St. Harry Goodro Rec. Area Access: E. Midd., E. Main St. Jack Brown Park - E. Midd Access: Lower Plains Rd.
Trails Benches Play Area Parking Jeffrey Murdock Nature Preserve a a Access: MUMS or T.A.M./Springside Dr. Jessica Swift Park a Access: Mill St. pedestrian bridge Klink Park River Path a Access: Mill St. MALT Falls Power House/Mill Site a Access: Printer’s Alley Marble Works River Front Park a a Access: Maple St. Middlebury Recreation Park a a a Access: Court St. Mill Street Riverfront a Access: B/T Klink & Jessica Swift Park MUHS Athletic Fields football, baseball Access: Charles Avenue
Fucile Field, soccer, lacrosse, softball Access: Creek Rd. Storr’s Park a Access: College St. & Franklin St. Wright Park a Access: Seymour St. Ext.
Addison Central Teens Presents:
Ride, Roast & Rock Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013 Middlebury Town Green *Bike Ride * Music by local teen bands* *Pig Roast with veggies & desserts* REGISTER NOW at www.addisonteens.com or pick up a registration form at the Middlebury Bike Shop or Middlebury Parks & Recreation Office Want more info? Contact Molly Reed at email@example.com
A.C.T. Offers ACT provides a Teen Center and after-school alternatives that are welcoming, safe and fun for all teenagers in the community. • • • •
Pool Table Ping Pong Table Foosball Bike Rides
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A Wii System Computers Free internet access Free food and Refreshments
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Teen Dances DJ Skate Nights Clothing Swap & Shops Spoken Word Seminars
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Community Suppers Ride, Roast & Rock Youth Advisory Council Clay & Beading Workshops
• This fall the Folklife Center will host a program at the ACT teen center where teens will learn how to have their voices heard, using digital photography, audio, and video. Hours of Operation Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 3:00 - 6:00pm Thursday & Friday 3:00 - 6:00pm
Check ACT’s website or Facebook page for school break hours and events! www.addisonteens.com
2013-2014 Middlebury Parks and Recreation
Midd Kid Dance Classes
Instructor: Christine Giorgio Location: Middlebury Warming Hut77 Mary Hogan Drive When: Session I: September 16 through November 8th ~ 8 week session Cost: $90 per class, per session Register: Online or in person starting Friday August 30th at 8:30am TAP Beginner Tap (ages 5-9): Thursday 4:30-5:15 Intermediate/Advanced Tap (ages 8-12): Tuesday 5:15-6:00 Adult Tap (ages 14 and up): Tuesday 6:45-7:30
BALLET Baby Beginner Ballet (ages 3-4): Thursday 3:45-4:30 Beginner Ballet (ages 5-7): Tuesday 4:30-5:15 Intermediate Ballet (ages 8-11): Thursday 5:15-6:00 HIP HOP Beginner Hip Hop (ages 5-8): Wednesday 3:45-4:30 Intermediate Hip Hop (ages 9-12): Wednesday 4:30-5:15 LYRICAL Intermediate Lyrical (ages 10-13): Tuesday 6:00-6:45 Session II begins in February. There will be a recital in May of 2014 for all sessions.
Dancing with My Baby Location: Blue Heron Aikido Studio (below Municipal Gym) When: Tuesday and Friday mornings from 10am-11am Sept 9th-October 28th Program Description: Get out and get fit! “Dancing with My Baby” is the ONLY fitness or dance class in Addison County that welcomes you to bring your little one (6 weeks+) with you. One hour of dancing, toning, and stretching will boost your energy more than that nap you fantasize about! This is the class for you if you want to improve your strength, stamina, posture, and flexibility. The playlist includes rock, reggae, pop, hip hop, salsa, funk, reggaeton and more. All caregivers are welcome (yes, even if you don’t have a little one with you). Take 2 classes/week and you’ll see noticeable fitness results this summer! For more information please contact: Lindsey Hescock- 388-3381 or firstname.lastname@example.org Instructor Bio: Lindsey had her baby in February 2012 and began looking for active classes that would include her baby. After discovering that the closest classes were in Montpelier and Essex, she was inspired to create “Dancing with My Baby”. Using her 20+ years of experience with dance, fitness, and competitive
sports, she has developed a fun class that gives caregivers an effective, total-body workout. Lindsey is also a well-known Zumba® Fitness Instructor, sought after by fitness centers, schools, and organizations throughout Vermont for regularly scheduled classes and special programs. Cost: $40 for 4 Classes, $60 for 8 classes for 100 $16 classes, $12 for drop in. Price includes one adult and one child.
2013 Middlebury Flag Football Important Information REGISTRATION and EQUIPMENT ISSUE- Middlebury Municipal Gym Tuesday September 3rd 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. 8th grade: 6:00 p.m. 7th grade: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday September 4th 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. 4th grade: 6:00 p.m. 5th grade: 6:30 p.m. 6th grade: 7:00 p.m. ***Please bring two (2) separate checks or cash with you to registration*** 1) REGISTRATION FEE: Write a check to Friends of Middlebury Flag Football Grades 5th -8th $40.00 Grade 4th $20.00 2) EQUIPMENT DEPOSIT: Original check will be returned/voided when all equipment is returned All players- $125.00 Write a separate check to Friends of Middlebury Flag Football SKILLS CLINIC / TEAM ASSIGNMENT: Saturday September 7th 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Flag Football Clinic hosted by Middlebury College Football team at Middlebury College Alumni Stadium. BRING YOUR FLAGS A WATER BOTTLE IS A GOOD IDEA CLEATS ARE OPTIONAL LEAVE THE REST OF YOUR GEAR AT HOME 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Coaches meet to select teams. Sunday September 8th: Coaches contact each player regarding: team assignment, practice details and their contact information. PRACTICES / GAMES: Practice times are determined by each coach. 5th – 8th grade teams have 2 practices each week Games are on Saturday- games are played at the MUHS practice fields 7th & 8th grade games: 9:00 a.m. 5th & 6th grade games: 10:30 a.m. 4th graders do not have Saturday games (they have 2 learning sessions each week)
HOOPLA Where: Mary Hogan School When: Mondays 5:30pm-6:30pm Sept 9th-Oct 28th For more information please contact: Lindsey Hescock- 388-3381 or email@example.com Program Description: What do you get when you combine great music and hula hoops? You get HOOPLA! “Hoopla” is a fitness experience where you learn hooping basics and tricks that you’ll use to dance and tone your body. Think you can’t hoop? Try it and prove yourself wrong! Hoops of all sizes provided. (Participants can order or make a hoop of their own for an additional fee.) Instructor: Lindsey Hescock Cost: *$40 for 4 classes* $60 for 8 classes* $12 for Drop-in $ 5 Child (with adult)
Children’s Story Time will be on hiatus in September but will start back up in October: Wednesdays – baby & me story time (birth-two years old), starts at 10:30 Thursdays – preschool story time w/a craft, starts at 10:30 Youth Media Lab, for 4th-6th graders, will start back up Sept. 3rd, Tuesday at 3:30. Make your mark the 2nd week in September: Ilsley will be hosting Dot Week programs focused on creative crafting & art! Finally, mark your calendar for Sept. 30th, 6:30 pm: S.S. Taylor, author of DCF nominated book The Expeditioners, will give a talk! (all ages welcome) Featured Adult Program: Vermont Humanities Council 1st Wednesdays lectures, all starting at 7:00pm, will feature: October 2 - Sally Matson presents Margaret Bourke-White, Courageous Photographer November 6 - Daniel Fogel presents Reading Henry James December 4 - John Stauffer presents Giants: The Parallel Lives of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln January 8 - Jule Emerson presents The Costumes of Downton Abbey. Sponsor: National Bank of Middlebury For a complete list of programs, visit www.ilsleypubliclibrary.org and click on “News & Events.”
Drop-In Programs Adult Co-ed 30+ Basketball- Wednesdays 6:45-8:30 at Municipal Gym For more information please contact Bryan Jones @ 989-8399
Adult Co-ed Volleyball- Monday’s 6:45-9pm at Municipal Gym For more information please contact Tom Randall @ 343-2652
SAVE THE DATE… Wednesday, October 9th is National WALK/BIKE TO SCHOOL DAY. Leave the cars at home and walk/bike your children to school to help promote exercise and reduce carbon emissions!
Other Fall Programs in Addison County
Middlebury Area Land Trust www.maltvt.org • 388-1007
TAM Trek (Race and Hike): Sun, Sept 22, Middlebury College Football Lot Supporting the TAM: Our goal is to raise $10,000+ towards TAM maintenance costs. All participants will be eligible for prizes and refreshments. Fees: The event costs $25 (early) $30(day of) for individuals, $50/$60 for families and $90/$115 for teams.
Rocks and Glacial Deposits of the Champlain Valley Saturday, October 5, 9-11 am. Led by Ray Coish, Geology Professor at Middlebury College. Explore the fascinating geological and glacial history of the Middlebury area in a leisurely hike along the TAM over the (Chipman) Hill and through the (Means) Woods. Meet at Co-op Insurance lot on Washington St Ext.
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