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Registration/Table of Contents Registration Dates: Winter/Spring 2017 See page 86 for registration information. For more information, visit www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. Lottery Resident Registration Begins: when the brochure is received. Residents may mail-in, fax or drop off registrations until 5:00pm on 12/2. After this time, all in-district registrations will be held and processed in a random (lottery) order.

Have a question? Contact us at (847) 381-0687 or e-mail us at info@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Online

www.barringtonparkdistrict.org Resident reg. begins 12/6 at 7:00am. Non-resident reg. begins 12/13 at 7:00am. See page 88 for more information.

Standard (Regular) Resident Registration Begins: 12/6 at 7:00am. Residents may register online, mail-in, fax or drop off registrations. Non-electronic registrations will be processed in the order in which they were received on a first-come, first-served basis.

Mail-in

Non-Resident/Open Registration Begins: 12/13 at 7:00am. All Non-resident registrations received prior to 12/13 will be held and then entered in a random order at this time. All walk-in registrations on 12/13 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and will take priority over non-resident registrations dropped off before 12/13.. All faxed or mailed in registrations will be processed in the order in which they were received.

Drop-Off

Barrington Park District 235 Lions Drive Barrington, IL 60010

Barrington Park District 235 Lions Drive Barrington, IL 60010

On-line Registration: Resident on-line registration begins 12/6 at 7:30am. Non-resident on-line registration begins 12/13 at 7:00am.

Residents: registration begins as soon as you receive your brochure in the mail.

Payment: any major credit card and check payments only. All returned checks will be charged $15.

Fax

Note: all fees throughout brochure are listed as resident/non-resident.

Please call to confirm your faxed registration has been received ASAP after faxing.

(847) 381-8794

Check out our Birthday Party rentals on pages 78 - 79!

Table of Contents Our color coded sections make it easier to find what you are looking for!

Teens

Park District Information

Pages: 38 - 40, 70

Pages: 2 - 3, 80 - 90

Fitness

Special/Community Events Pages: 4 - 10

Preschool/Early Childhood/K.E.E.P.

Pages: 41 - 56

Athletics Pages: 19, 57 - 70

Pages: 11 - 21

Adults/Senior Trips/BACOA

Youth Pages: 22 - 37

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Administrative Staff

Recreation Staff

Teresa A. Jennings Executive Director (847) 381-8909 tjennings@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Adrianne Gabel Health and Fitness Manager (847) 304-5274 agabel@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Jodi Krause Superintendent of Recreation (847) 304-5291 jkrause@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Kent Hengels Athletics Recreation Supervisor (847) 304-5273 khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Sue Mayer Superintendent of Park Planning & Development (847) 304-5295 smayer@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Jennifer Johnson Marketing Coordinator (847) 304-5293 jjohnson@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Carla Smothers Superintendent of Administrative Services (847) 304-5286 csmothers@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Rob Grisamore Rentals & Birthday Parties Facility Coordinator (847) 304-5296 rgrisamore@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Facility Staff Stephen D. Nightingale Coordinator of Parks and Facilities (847) 304-5275 snightingale@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Board of Commissioners

Christine H. Garry, President Linda Hovde, Treasurer Bill Knapik James Lundmark Jon Stickney Susan Jantorni, Attorney

Jodi Paz Red Cross, Swim Team & SilverSneakers Recreation Asst. Supervisor (847) 277-8701 jpaz@barringtonparkdistrict.org Shelli Reitcheck Preschool Supervisor (847) 304-5282 sreitcheck@barringtonparkdistrict.org Anna Siegel Special Events, Early Childhood, Ski Club, Adults & Mature Adults Recreation Supervisor (847) 304-5272 asiegel@barringtonparkdistrict.org Mary Sieja K.E.E.P. Supervisor (847) 304-5278 msieja@barringtonparkdistrict.org Kim Sweeney Nursery, K.E.E.P., Youth, Cheer, Poms, Dance, Tumbling Recreation Supervisor (847) 304-5294 ksweeney@barringtonparkdistrict.org

Park District board meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:30pm.

F&RC Front Desk Hours Mon. - Fri. 7:00am - 9:00pm Sat. 8:00am - 5:30pm Sun. 9:00am - 4:00pm Registrations may be dropped off any time the facility is open. Fitness Center Hours Mon. - Fri. 5:00am - 10:00pm

(no access to building after 9:00pm)

Sat. - Sun. 7:00am - 6:00pm Holiday hours on page 41.

F&RC Holiday Hours Thursday, 11/24, CLOSED Friday, 11/25, 9:00am - 5:00pm Sunday, 12/25, CLOSED Sunday, 1/1, CLOSED

Park District - Information/Hours/Contact

Hours and Contact Information

Barrington Park District Office (847) 381-0687 (phone) (847) 381-8794 (fax) info@barringtonparkdistrict.org Weather Hotline (847) 381-0881

Mission Statement The Barrington Park District seeks to enhance the quality of life and the environment; to acquire, conserve, and protect natural resources; and to provide health and recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities in our community.

Barbara Thompson Recreation Services Coordinator (847) 304-5297 bthompson@barringtonparkdistrict.org

We hope you had a great fall season with us here at the Barrington Park District. As we begin our way to the New Year, we would like to offer you a couple of great deals. Visit page 43 for our Black Monday to Friday Sales that include offers on personal training, a great membership deal for those of you thinking about joining our Fitness Center and pool pass specials, where you can save up to 35% on a season pass! I would also like to take this time to introduce the newest member to our team. Anna Siegel is a new Recreation Supervisor who will be overseeing Special Events, Early Childhood, Camps, Ski Club and Mature Adults. She graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a B.A. in Psychology. Anna started in the Parks and Recreation field in high school as a camp counselor. She loved it so much that she decided to stay in the field after graduation. She is a great fit here at the Park District and we are happy to have her.

As the season continues, watch for new and exciting things coming your way, some of which include a March Madness Fitness Extravaganza and a FitRewards Program! Sincerely,

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Special Events Letters to Santa

The Park District has a special mailbox for letters heading to the North Pole. Send or drop off your child’s letter by December 12, with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and we will make sure your letter makes it to Santa with enough time to write back. Letter drop-off deadline: December 12.

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LUNCH WITH SANTA

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CLAUS’S CANDY CANE HUNT

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HOLIDAY BEDTIME STORIES

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HOLIDAY BEDTIME STORIES

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HOLIDAY TEA WITH MY DOLL & ME

DEC. 31

5TH ANNUAL - NOON YEAR’S EVE BALL

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LIL’ DUDES & DARLINS DANCE

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DADDY DAUGHTER DATE NIGHT

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DADDY DAUGHTER DATE NIGHT

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BREAKFAST WITH THE BUNNY

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EASTER EGG HUNT

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EASTER BUNNY HOME VISITS

APRIL 21

LADIES NIGHT OUT

Address all letters to: The North Pole c/o Barrington Park District 235 Lions Drive Barrington, IL 60010 Dont forget to include a self-addressed, stamped envelope!

Lunch with Santa

AGES: FOR ALL AGES WITH PARENT Every little one wants the chance to tell Santa their Christmas wishes before the big day arrives. Come to the Park District and enjoy a catered lunch and a personal visit with everyone’s favorite jolly old elf, Santa. Pre-registration is required. This is a very popular event and registration began in the Fall brochure, so register now! (Min/Max: 25/120). Fee: $10/$12 per seat Location: John Sullivan A/B Registration is sold per seat; every person who attends must register, including infants in strollers. Ages one year and older must pay. Each child and adult must be registered separately, and all children must be accompanied by a registered adult. Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 305818 01 Sat. 12/3 11:30am - 12:45pm

Claus’s Candy Cane Hunt

AGES: 1 - 10 YEARS WITH PARENT Come out and join us as we follow the peppermint trail in search of all the candy canes that fell from Santa’s sleigh as he flew over the Park. Candy canes will be scattered throughout trees and bushes, and prizes will be awarded for finding the few rare candy canes. Families are invited to bring their children, 1-10 years old, to hunt through the grass or snow to find the hidden minty treats. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served in the Sullivan Room following the event. Fee: $5 per child; $6 day of event (Lunch with Santa participants are free) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 305822 01 Sat. 12/3

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Holiday Bedtime Stories

AGES: 0 - 7 YEARS WITH PARENT Calling all kids! Put on your jammies and bring your favorite teddy bear and blankie for a magical evening of Christmas songs and stories with Mrs. Claus. Milk and cookies will be served by the fireplace, and who knows, maybe Santa will stop by with a small present for each child! Parents, don’t forget your cameras! Pre-registration is required; please register each sibling who will be attending. Registration deadline: Friday, December 2. Parents are admitted free with paid child admission. (Min/Max: 6/25). Fee: $13/$15 per child Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# 305821 4

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AGES: 4 - 7 YEARS This special day is just for you and your favorite doll. Come on over to the Park District dressed in your tea-party finest, and we’ll have mini sandwiches, snacks and even some tea for sipping! Instructor Barb Lauro will lead us in a craft, as well as a mini fashion show for you and your doll right in the“Sullivan Tea Room” on stage. Pre-registration is required. (Min/Max: 6/16). Location: F&RC - John Sullivan B Fee: $20/$25

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Fifth Annual Noon Year’s Eve Ball Start Your New Year’s Celebration Early! AGES: ALL AGES WITH PARENT Are you too young to stay up until midnight or would you like to start your New Year’s celebration early? Children and their parents can get an early start on the party at Barrington Park District’s Noon Year’s Eve Ball! Ring in the Noon Year with dancing, festive snacks, a craft and a Noon Year’s toast as we count down to the Noon Year! All attendees MUST REGISTER! Registration deadline: December 23. (Min/Max: 20/180).

Noon Year’s Toast • DJ & Dancing Holiday Snacks • Festive Craft • Family Photo Location: F&RC - John Sullivan Room A/B Fee: $9/$11 per child Adults are FREE but MUST register. Actv.# 305828 Sec.# Day 01 (Children) Sat. 02 (Adults)

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Lil’ Dudes and Darlins AGES: ALL AGES WITH ADULT Calling all cowboys and cowgirls! Slip on your boots and grab your hat for an evening of dinner, dancing and fun. Your boots will be blazing as you promenade around the dance floor to your favorite country sounds. Two-step, line dance, square dance and more! A dinner of pizza and pop will be served. Come on down with the whole family and join in the fun!

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How sweet it is to be loved by you! Daddies and daughters, come join us for a sweet night out. Nothing beats sugary treats and delicious sweets! Daddies and daughters, put on your dancing shoes and don’t forget your sweet tooth. Dinner, dancing and, of course, dessert will make this evening one to remember! Dinner will be catered. Please note: limited vegetarian options will be available for dinner. (Min/Max: 25/45 couples) Ages: 4 - 12 with Dad (or significant male role model) Friday, March 10 (Sec.#01) or Saturday, March 11 (Sec.#02) 6:30 - 8:30pm $60/$72 per couple ($35/$42 each additional child). Registration deadline: March 2, if spots are still available. Actv.# 105829 (Sec. #01-Friday; Sec. #02-Saturday)

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AGES: 21 YEARS AND UP A little paint, a little wine, and a whole lot of fun. Ladies, join the Barrington Park District and Clay Monet for a fun night out! Create your own masterpiece with the help of a professional. Sip a glass of wine while you channel your inner artist. Paint your choice of an adorable bird house or a pretty flower pot. This is a night you won’t want to miss! Wine and light appetizers are included. Please bring a valid I.D. Your masterpiece will be available to be picked up 7 - 10 days after your class at the F&RC. Registration deadline: April 7. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: Clay Monet

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The Barrington Kite Fly and the Family Nature Fest - Two great events equaling one fabously fun FREE day for your entire family. Enjoy a wide variety of fun, free outdoor activities at the 6th Annual Barrington Area KidFest. KidFest is hosted by the Barrington Breakfast Rotary Club, Leave No Child Inside and the Barrington Park District and takes place at beautiful Citizens Park. In case of rain, this event will be re-scheduled to Sunday, May 7th, from 11:00am - 3:00pm.

Barrington Breakfast Rotary

AGES: ALL AGES Location: Citizens Park

Breakfast Rotary Kite Fly!

Nature Learning

Choose from over 25 different nature-related educational sessions and activities including tree climbing, pond dipping for macro-invertebrates, nature crafts and so much more! Parents and children can explore the lives of insects, mammals, raptors and other animals. There is so much to do, learn and explore at the Barrington KidFest.

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Community Events

Smart Farm’s 7h Annual Frozen Zucchini 5k Snowshoe Adventure*

The Frozen Zucchini is a sanctioned and certified 5k snowshoe race. Snowshoe rental is available for $10 (supplies are limited). Visit www.smartfarms.org for more information.

For registration information, visit www.smartfarms.org. This event is co-sponsored by the Barrington Park District and Smart Farm. * If there is not enough snow, this will be a running race.

Indian Guides & Princesses

AGES: PARENTS & CHILDREN UP TO 18 YEARS The Indian Guides & Princesses program boasts of the finest parent/child program in the country. Strengthen your one-on-one relationship with your children through the magic and discovery of Native American heritage and culture. Monthly meetings and special events, including campouts and museum overnights, run through the school year and focus on activities that bring parents and children together in fun and enriching ways. Families are matched with tribes from their school area. To register or for more information, call (847) 261-4113 or go to www.algonquinlonghouse.org. Ages Program 5 - 11 years Native Sons & Daughters Program 12 - 18 years Trails Program Not sponsored by the Barrington Park District.

Annual Fee $70 per family $0 per family

SAFETY TOWN

AGES: CHILDREN ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE, WHO HAVE NOT PREVIOUSLY PARTICIPATED IN SAFETY TOWN. Safety Town, held in a miniature layout of a real town, is an educational opportunity for children to learn all types of safety lessons. Children who are entering kindergarten or first grade are eligible (must be five years old by September 1, 2017). Multiple sessions will be offered during the summer of 2017, with classes held Monday through Friday. Each child attends one 2-1/2 - hour session per day, for two weeks. Barrington Junior Women’s Club is excited to announce this summer that Safety Town’s permanent site will be celebrating its 20th anniversary. For more information about Safety Town and our site’s 20th anniversary celebrations, visit BJWC Safety Town on Facebook, go to www.bjwc.org or email bjwcsafetytown@gmail.com. Not sponsored by Barrington Park District.

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Community Events/Preschool

Barrington Park District’s

Preschool Program Registration for Preschool 2017-2018

About Us:

Preschool registration forms are available at the Park District Fitness & Recreation Center. There is a nonrefundable registration fee of $50.

For 30 years, the Barrington Park District Preschool has been built on the understanding that your children’s happiness and growth are very important. We believe children learn best in an environment rich in experiences that focus on language development, academic centers, social/emotional development, artistic expression and fine/gross motor development. Each preschool day has a balanced schedule designed to address all developmental domains important to your child’s growth and development. We encourage children to socialize, interact cooperatively and gain independence so they can reach their full potential. We share your desire to provide the best possible start for your child. We follow the Illinois Early Learning Standards and the State of Illinois DCFS guidelines.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Families of the students who are currently enrolled in the Preschool and their siblings.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Resident Registration

Wednesday, January 18, 2017 Open Registration

Preschool Tours Parents of prospective students are welcome to make an appointment for a tour of the preschool and observe our classes. To make an appointment for a tour, please call Shelli Reitcheck at (847) 304-5282.

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Preschool Program 2017 - 2018 School Year

The Preschool program follows the District 220 Day-Off Calendar.

Off 2 Preschool (Min/Max: class size: 4/8) Must be 2 by September 14, 2017 (sec. #1); Must be 2 by January 2018 (sec. #2) Off 2 Preschool is a great way to introduce your child to a preschool setting. This class is for the toddler who is ready to start exploring on their own. One of the most important aspects of early development is becoming comfortable with separation, encouraging independence and fostering communication skills. Classes will follow a weekly theme and include circle time with songs, a story, snack time, socialization and playtime. Fine and gross motor skills will be enhanced through games and crafts. Parents/caregivers are asked to be available until children build trust with their new teachers. Children must be potty trained, or a parent/caregiver must be available for bathroom assistance. Class will meet Wednesday mornings for one hour and fifteen minutes. Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# 02 03

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(Maximum class size: 16 students) Must be 3 years old by December 1, 2017 The emphasis in this class is providing children with a wide variety of learning experiences in various domains. Our curriculum includes hands-on experiences that incorporate the interests of the children. Every day is structured to give each child many opportunities to learn with art projects, cooking, science experiments, music, poems, finger plays, as well as physical play. Daily circle time gives children opportunities to sing, share, and explore readiness through structured activities. Must be potty trained. NO PULL UPS. Actv.# 103153 Sec.# Age/Class 01 - A Three’s Class 01 - B Three’s & Lunch Bunch 01 - C Three’s & Extended Day 02 - A Three’s Class

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Date 9/5 - 5/15 9/5 - 5/15 9/5 - 5/15 9/5 - 5/15

Time 9:00am - 11:00am 9:00am - 12:30pm 9:00am - 2:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm

Monthly Fee $160/$200 $220/$260 $270/$310 $145/$185*

Four’s Classroom

(Maximum class size: 20 students) Must be 4 years old by December 1, 2017 This program prepares children for kindergarten by incorporating critical thinking, creativity, socialization, math and science concepts, and early literacy. Each week’s activities center on a different theme and letter of the alphabet. Creativity and fine motor skills are fostered as children use writing utensils, scissors and easels to begin drawing and dictating their thoughts. Concrete developmentally-appropriate activities further improve skills in numbers and operations. Science experiments are planned to assist children in developing critical thinking skills. This program uses the Letter People to introduce phonics.

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(Maximum class size: 20 students) Must be 5 years old by September 1, 2018 This class is perfect for children who miss the September 1 age requirement for kindergarten and/or who will be attending Kindergarten in the 2017 - 2018 school year. The Pre-K curriculum has been developed to meet the specific skills needed to prepare a child for kindergarten. This program includes readiness in reading (the Jolly Phonics program is used), literature, writing, math, science, social science, art, music, gross and fine motor skills, and social/emotional readiness. One of our main goals is to foster children’s creativity, originality, and imagination. The classroom is a playful and creative environment where children can use their literacy, cognitive and mathematical skills throughout their daily activities. Actv.# 103153 Sec.# Age/Class 05 - A Pre-K Class 05 - B Pre-K & Lunch Bunch 05 - C Pre-K & Extended Day 06 - A Pre-K Class 06 - B Pre-K & Lunch Bunch 06 - C Pre-K & Extended Day

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Combo Preschool Classroom

Date 9/5 - 5/16 9/5 - 5/16 9/5 - 5/16 9/5 - 5/16 9/5 - 5/16 9/5 - 5/16

Time 9:00am - 12:00pm 9:00am - 12:30pm 9:00am - 2:00pm 9:00am - 12:00pm 9:00am - 12:30pm 9:00am - 2:00pm

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(Maximum class size: 20 students) Must be 3 years old by September 1, 2017 This program is designed for 3, 4, and 5 year olds. The focus in this class is social, emotional, cognitive and physical development, with activities including circle time, counting, colors, shapes, pre-writing, gross and fine motor skills. Our integrated curriculum ensures that themes are relevant to preschoolers and are creatively tied together with songs, games, art/sensory experiences, music and movement, cooking and storytelling. Throughout the classroom, there are opportunities for dramatic play, blocks and puzzles, and creative art and books for the children to explore. Our hands-on learning helps to improve attention spans, fine and gross motor skills and language development. The curriculum fosters creativity, imagination, friendships, socialization and respect. Must be potty trained. NO PULL UPS. Actv.# Sec.# 04 - A 04 - B

103153 Age/Class Day Three’s/Four’s/Five’s Combo Class Mon./Wed./Fri. Three’s/Four’s/Five’s Combo Class & Lunch Bunch Mon./Wed./Fri.

Date 9/6 - 5/16 9/6 - 5/16

Time 12:30pm - 3:00pm 11:30am - 3:00pm

Monthly Fee $176/$211 $247/$283

Lunch Bunch Program; 11:30am - 12:30pm Open to all preschool and kindergarten students in the community!

Lunch Bunch offers an extra hour for lunch and socialization to children enrolled in the Preschool. The Preschool is a peanut and tree nut-free zone, and children are required to bring their own lunch. (Min/Max: 4/12). Instructor: Preschool Staff. Fee: $10.00 per day. Pre-Registration is required. The program runs from September to May.

Extended Day Program (Sept. - May)

Open to all preschool and kindergarten students in the community!

For a school tour, please contact our Preschool Supervisor, Shelli Reitcheck at (847) 304-5282.

AGES: 3 TO 6 YEAR OLDS The extended preschool day begins with Lunch Bunch at the preschool (children are required to bring their own lunch; our preschool is a peanut and tree nut-free zone). After Lunch Bunch, children in the program will enjoy structured playtime and gym time with their friends. This program follows the Barrington Park District Preschool calendar. This program can be a daily or monthly option. (Min/Max: 6/10) Fee: $23.00 per day, see below for monthly fees. Pre-registration is required.

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Date 9/11 - 5/14 9/5 - 5/15 9/6 - 5/16 9/7 - 5/10 9/8 - 5/11

Time 11:30am - 2:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm

Monthly Fee $60/$67 $70/$78 $68/$75 $66/$73 $56/$62

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Preschool Programs

LITTLE ADVENTURERS Enrichment Classes Little Adventure classes develop a child’s cognitive, social, physical and emotional growth through fun experiences. We begin each class with lunch time that builds social skills. Children should bring a healthy peanut-free sack lunch. Children must be potty-trained.

Book Worms

AGES: 3 - 6 YEARS (MUST TURN 3 BY 2/1/16) Book Worms is designed to increase children’s love for literature and authors! This class will focus on one author per class and will include activities that will help develop fine motor, gross motor, creative (music and art), and the love of books. Bring a peanut free sack lunch. (Min/Max: 8/20). Instructor: Preschool Staff. Location: F&RC - Preschool B Fee: $130/$143 (6 wks) Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 103175 01 Tue. 1/10 - 2/14 02 Tue. 2/21 - 4/4 No class 3/28

Time 11:30am - 2:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm

Lil’ Picasso’s Studio

AGES: 3 - 6 YEARS (MUST TURN 3 BY 2/1/16) Get your little artist ready for their creative side to come out! This camp will include activities creating unique artwork using various traditional and non-traditional art mediums such as feathers, marbles, pipe cleaners, kitchen gadgetry, and much, much more! Bring a peanut free sack lunch. (Min/Max: 8/20). Instructor: Preschool Staff. Location: F&RC - Preschool B Fee: $130/$143 (6 wks) Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 103177 01 Thur. 1/12 - 2/16 11:30am - 2:00pm 02 Thur. 2/23 - 4/6 11:30am - 2:00pm No class 3/30

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Sprouts Cooking Class AGES: 3 - 6 YEARS (MUST BE 3 BY THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS) We’ve got fun, age-appropriate classes bursting with hands-on activities, healthy concept learning through games and, of course, empowering your little one to create their own special healthy snacks. Classes are theme-based and one hour in length, and includes all food supplies. (Min/Max: 4/10). Instructor: Preschool Staff. Fee: $100/$120 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Preschool A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 103159 01 Fri. 1/20 - 3/3 No class 2/17 14

Time 1:00 - 2:00pm

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Music Masters 3

Sibling Adventures

Toddlers-N-Action

Tot Time Gym

Superkids

Bitty Ballet

Music Masters 2

Tot Time Gym

Sibling Adventures

Tot Time Gym

Superkids

Princess Ballet

36 Months & Up 9:15 - 10:00am

6 Months - 4 Years 9:15 - 10:00am

18 - 36 Months 10:05 - 10:50am

8 - 18 Months 10:15 - 11:00am

Music Masters 1

Little Linguists

8 - 20 Months 11:00 - 11:30am

Sports Mania

18 - 36 Months 11:15am - 12:15pm

Tots Open Gym

18 - 36 Months 9:15 - 10:00am

6 Months - 4 Years 10:30 - 11:15am

Tiny Ballerina

18 - 30 Months 10:15 - 11:00am

Phonics for 3’s

3 - 4 Years 2:15 - 2:45pm

3 Years 11:15am - 12:15pm

Tiny Ballerina

Lil’ Picasso’s Studio

3 - 5 Years 11:30am - 12:15pm

6 - 42 Months 11:15am - 12:30pm

3 - 4 Years 3:15 - 3:45pm

Just for Kicks

Book Worms

Pee Wee Lacrosse

3 - 5 Years 1:00 - 1:45pm

8 - 18 Months 9:15 - 10:00am

3 - 6 Years 11:30am - 2:00pm

4 - 6 Years 4:00 - 4:45pm

Wee Links

3 - 6 Years 11:30am - 2:00pm

Phonics for 4’s 4 Years 12:30 - 2:00pm

3 - 5 Years 12:30 - 1:30pm

Princess Ballet

Hockey

4 - 6 Years 4:30 - 5:15pm

Tot Rock

2½ - 3½ Years 2:45 - 3:15pm

Tiny Ballerina

T-Ball Skills Clinic

Kid Rock

3 - 4 Years 3:15 - 3:45pm

3 - 4 Years 5:30 - 6:15pm

2 Years 9:00 - 9:30am

18 - 30 Months 10:15 - 11:00am

2 - 3½ Years 9:40 - 10:10am

Princess Ballet

Tiny Ballerina

2 - 3½ Years 11:45am - 12:15pm

3 - 4 Years 10:15 - 10:45am

Lil’ Sprouts Cooking 3 - 6 Years 1:00 - 2:00pm

Basketball

4 - 6 Years 11:00 - 11:45am

Princess Ballet 2 - 3½ Years 2:30 - 3:00pm

Soccer

Bitty Ballet

Little Linguists

2 Years 2:15 - 2:45pm

4 - 6 Years 4:30 - 5:15pm

30 - 42 Months 9:15 - 10:00am

Early Childhood - Programs

Programs

3 - 4 Years 4:30 - 5:15pm

12 - 24 Months 5:15 - 5:55pm

2 - 3 Years 6:00 - 6:40pm

Preschool P.E. 3 - 5 Years 3:00 - 3:45pm

Athletic Classes Years and Times Vary See pages 19, 58 - 60

Classes in ORANGE are new programs, ages and/or days/times.

Guidelines for Early Childhood Programs: • Children and adults in gym classes must wear socks at all times. Please, no bare feet for sanitary reasons. Shoes are removed before entering the room. • There is a new curriculum for each session in all classes. • Children must be the required age by the 1st day of class (sorry, no exceptions). • Siblings may not attend or observe class unless the class is specifically designed for parents and siblings together. KidCare is available for siblings at an additional charge.

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Tots Open Gym

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AGES: 6 - 42 MONTHS (WITH PARENT) Looking for a fun way to engage your toddler during the cold winter months? Tots Open Gym is the place to be! Our supervised open gym is the perfect way for your little one to burn off some energy. This unstructured playtime is a great way to spend some quality time with your child. Parent participation is required. All children and parents must wear socks for sanitary reasons. (Min/Max: 6/12) Instructor: Barb Lauro. Fee: $45/$56 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 107108 01 Tue. 1/17 - 2/21 02 Tue. 4/4 - 5/9

Time 11:15am - 12:30pm 11:15am - 12:30pm

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Lynnae’s Launchpad to Learning Toddlers-N-Action

Sibling Adventures

AGES: 6 MONTHS - 4 YEARS WITH PARENT This class is perfect for those with both babies and preschoolers. Babies will love interacting with their older siblings and Mom, Dad or caregiver through play, motor activities, music and games. Laugh and learn with your little ones. All children and adults must wear socks for sanitary reasons. Please register both children. (Min/Max: 8/16). Instructor: Barb Lauro. This class and fee structure is designed for siblings (2 or more children from the same household). If you are registering only 1 child you need a supervisor’s approval and the fee is $45/$56. Fee: $30/$38 per child for siblings (2 or more children) (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# Sec.# Day 107117 01 Tue. 02 Tue. 03 Tue. 04 Wed. 05 Wed. 06 Wed.

Date Time 1/10 - 2/14 9:15 - 10:00am 2/21 - 4/4 9:15 - 10:00am 4/18 - 5/23 9:15 - 10:00am 1/11 - 2/15 10:30 - 11:15am 2/22 - 4/5 10:30 - 11:15am 4/12 - 5/17 10:30 - 11:15am No class 3/28, 3/29

AGES: 18 - 36 MONTHS WITH PARENT This class is for the child who wants to explore “Tot Time Gym,” but on the move! Each day, a new game, sport and song will be launched followed by an open gym time. (Min/Max: 6/10). Instructor: Barb Lauro. Fee: $45/$56 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 107104 01 Wed. 1/11 - 2/15 02 Wed. 3/1- 4/12 03 Wed. 4/19 - 5/24 No class 3/29

Time 9:15 - 10:00am 9:15 - 10:00am 9:15 - 10:00am

Superkids

AGES: 18 - 42 MONTHS (SEE BELOW) Get that energy out! Your toddlers will have a blast while doing obstacle courses and playing rhythm instruments, bubbles, balls, parachutes, large mats, building blocks and much more! Parent participation is required for the 18 - 30 month class; parents only observe for the 30 - 42 month class. All children and adults must wear socks for sanitary reasons. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Barb Lauro. Fee: $45/$56 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# 107119 Ages Sec.# Day Date 01 Fri. 1/13 - 2/17 18 - 30 02 Fri. 2/24 - 4/7 Months 03 Fri. 4/21 - 5/26 04 Fri. 1/13 - 2/17 30 - 42 05 Fri. 2/24 - 4/7 Months 06 Fri. 4/21 - 5/26 No class 3/31

Time 10:15 - 11:00am 10:15 - 11:00am 10:15 - 11:00am 9:15 - 10:00am 9:15 - 10:00am 9:15 - 10:00am

Early childhood dance classes! Pages 30 - 32.

Tot Time Gym

AGES: 8 - 30 MONTHS WITH PARENT (SEE BELOW) This is a great class for you and your little one! Parent/child format encourages interaction between you and your tot; perfect for the active child. We’ll have supervised open gym and finish the last ten minutes of class with parachutes, bubbles, and more! All children and adults must wear socks for sanitary reasons. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructors: Lynnae Jenkins (Thursdays); Barb Lauro (Tuesdays). Fee: $45/$56 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.#107102 Ages 8 - 18 Months 18 - 30 Months

Sec.# Day Date Time 01 Tue. 1/10 - 2/14 10:15 - 11:00am 02 Tue. 2/21 - 4/4 10:15 - 11:00am 03 Tue. 4/18 - 5/23 10:15 - 11:00am 04 Thur. 1/12 - 2/16 9:15 - 10:00am 05 Thur. 2/23 - 4/6 9:15 - 10:00am 06 Thur. 4/20 - 5/25 9:15 - 10:00am 07 Thur. 1/12 - 2/16 10:15 - 11:00am 08 Thur. 2/23 - 4/6 10:15 - 11:00am 09 Thur. 4/20 - 5/25 10:15 - 11:00am No class 3/28, 3/30

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Tot Rock

AGES: 12 - 24 MONTHS WITH PARENT Sing, dance and play; make it a musical day! Your tot will move to the beat while using rhythm instruments like hand bells, tambourines and maracas. Coordination and motor skills will improve with movement props such as scarves, ribbons and parachute play. Tot Rock is a structured program with educational, sensory and socialization components. An exciting new theme is presented each session. Children has been enjoying Tot Rock for over 21 years. Have some fun today! (Min/Max: 4/12). Instructor: Rock 'n' Kids Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# 107140

Sec.# Day 01 Thur. 02 Thur. 03 Thur.

Date 1/12 - 2/9 2/23 - 3/16 4/13 - 5/18

Time 5:15 - 5:55pm 5:15 - 5:55pm 5:15 - 5:55pm

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Fee $45/$52 (5 wks) $37/$45 (4 wks) $55/$66 (6 wks)

Kid Rock

AGES: 2 - 3 YEARS WITH PARENT SING familiar songs, DANCE to the beat, and PLAY with musical instruments like maracas and tambourines! Combining imaginative play with sensory activities and motor skills using movement props like a parachute, scarves and beanbags, Kid Rock has provided a creative and energetic program for children to socialize and learn for over 21 years! Kid Rock is a structured, educational music program with an exciting new theme each session. Sing, dance and play our way! (Min/Max: 4/12). Instructor: Rock 'n' Kids FEE: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# 107141

Sec.# Day 01 Thur. 02 Thur. 03 Thur.

Date 1/12 - 2/9 2/23 - 3/16 4/13 - 5/18

Time 6:00 - 6:40pm 6:00 - 6:40pm 6:00 - 6:40pm

Fee $45/$52 (5 wks) $37/$45 (4 wks) $55/$66 (6 wks)

Loving Books & Letters: Early Phonics Fun for 3’s

AGES: 3 YEARS Learn about letters and sounds through favorite stories your child will love! Each week, we will cover the following skills: pre-reading, fine motor, letter recognition and sounds through the use of the Jolly Phonics program that is used in many preschools. Loving Books is a great class to jump-start your child’s love of reading! (Min/Max: 3/6). Instructor: Lynnae Jenkins of Lynnae’s Launchpad to Learning. Fee: $117/$146 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 107105 01 Thur. 1/12 - 2/16 02 Thur. 4/20 - 5/25

Time 11:15am - 12:15pm 11:15am - 12:15pm

Kindergarten Readiness: Fun with Phonics for Fours Year Olds!

AGES: 4 YEARS This class is a wonderful bridge for Kindergarten readiness. Give your child a jump-start by taking this fun class! Letter recognition and phonetic awareness is achieved through pre-reading and pre-writing activities. Skills will be introduced through shared stories, repetitive games and a variety of phonetic activities. Use of Jolly Phonics and letter-based activities are worked on weekly. A description of covered skills is also sent home after each session. (Min/Max: 3/6). Instructor: Lynnae’s Launchpad to Learning. Fee: $140/$165 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 107106 01 Thur. 1/12 - 2/16 02 Thur. 4/20 - 5/25 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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Programs Little Linguists; “Playing with Mandarin”

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AGES: 18 - 36 MONTHS WITH PARENT; 3 - 5 YEARS WITHOUT PARENT (SEE BELOW) “Playing with Mandarin” is a great addition to your child’s day. We will learn in a fun, interactive and enjoyable environment. Our program will: • Discover Mandarin through songs, storytelling, arts and crafts, games, and dances. • Eat a snack (and learn to count it), talk about table manners and learn to cook. • Learn daily conversations. • Celebrate culture and holidays. • Finish the session with a big show! (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Little Linguists. Fee: $117/$141(6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# 107130 Ages Sec.# Day 01 Tue. 18 - 36 02 Tue. Months 03 Tue. 04 Tue. 3-5 05 Tue. Years 06 Tue.

Date 1/10 - 2/14 2/28 - 4/11 4/18 - 5/23 1/10 - 2/14 2/28 - 4/11 4/18 - 5/23 No class 3/28

Time Age 11:15am - 12:15pm 11:15am - 12:15pm 11:15am - 12:15pm 12:30 - 1:30pm 12:30 - 1:30pm 12:30 - 1:30pm

Music Masters WITH THE CHILD IN MIND AND THE THEORY BEHIND! Music Masters by Music-in-the-Box is an irresistible music education program for very young children that engages the mind, body and senses. Classes are designed around developmental stages, and ages are a guide. All weekly attending children must be registered. Please bring $20 to the instructor on your first class for suggested materials. Visit www.musicinthebox.com for more information. (Min/Max: 3/10). Instructor: Music-in-the-Box staff.

Music Masters 2

AGES: 18 - 36 MONTHS WITH ADULT (CONFIDENT WALKERS AND UP) Music is the perfect way to engage energy, independence and social awareness. Creative music, movement, rhythmic books and purposeful instrument play stimulate language and motor development. Fee: $81/$101 per child (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 107128 01 Mon. 1/9 - 2/20 10:05 - 10:50am 02 Mon. 2/27 - 4/10 10:05 - 10:50am 03 Mon. 4/17 - 5/22 10:05 - 10:50am No class 1/16, 3/27

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Music Masters I

AGES: 8 - 20 MONTHS WITH ADULT (CRAWLERS AND BEGINNING WALKERS) Music is essential to your baby’s development. Rhythmic books and multi-sensory music activities are used to help families enhance language development and motor skills and stimulate an early love of music. Fee: $72/$90 per child (6 wks) $60 for additional siblings,17 months and younger ONLY Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 107127 01 Mon. 1/9 - 2/20 11:00 - 11:30am 02 Mon. 2/27 - 4/10 11:00 - 11:30am 03 Mon. 4/17 - 5/22 11:00 - 11:30am No class 1/16, 3/27 18

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AGES: 36 MONTHS AND OLDER WITH ADULT (CONFIDENT TALKERS AND SINGERS) Engage your child socially and take the next step in music education as music theory and language are introduced through music games. Our unique combination of intelligent music and movement activities make this class the perfect preschool compliment. This course is especially appropriate for families considering instrument lessons. Fee: $81/$101 per child (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 107129 01 Mon. 1/9 - 2/20 9:15 - 10:00am 02 Mon. 2/27 - 4/10 9:15 - 10:00am 03 Mon. 4/17 - 5/22 9:15 - 10:00am No class 1/16, 3/27

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Adult and Tot Soccer

AGES: 2 - 3 YEARS Parents or any significant adult will enjoy time with their toddlers learning the skills, moves and joy of playing America’s most popular youth sport! This class is the perfect introduction to soccer for children. Emphasis will be on the basic skills of soccer such as dribbling, passing, and shooting, all in a fun and relaxed environment. Age-appropriate drills, games, and equipment will be used to help tots learn these skills as well as develop motor skills, coordination, balance and listening and social skills. Adults will enjoy playing alongside and assisting their youngsters as they get their first taste of soccer fun! Participants should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/16). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104347 01 Mon. 4/24 - 6/5 5:30 - 6:15pm No class 5/29

Dad & Me Fun with Football

AGES: 3 - 4 YEARS (WITH DAD) Enjoy Nerf football with your son or daughter. Along with our accomplished coaches, you will help the little athletes learn proper form and technique of catching, throwing, center skills, hand-offs, kick-offs and more. (Min/Max: 5/16). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv. # Sec.# Day Date Time 104355 01 Mon. 4/24 - 6/5 6:15 - 7:00pm No class 5/29

Pee Wee Track & Field

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AGES: 3 - 5 YEARS The Barrington Park District is excited to bring you the Mini Sportsters Academy. The Sportsters Academy offers some of the best options for Early Childhood athletics in the Barrington Area. Each camp will focus on different sports, activities and skill sets so your child will learn something new in all camps! (Min/Max: 6/8). Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $68/$85 (6 wks) Location: LAC - Gym/ F&RC - Multi-Purpose A

Sports Mania

Let your child try the wide world of sports! We explore a different sport each week, which may include basketball, soccer, T-ball, football, and more. We use fun and creative drills; kids get lots of practice with the fundamentals!

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Mini Sportsters Academy

Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104398 01 Mon. 1/30 - 3/13 11:30am - 12:15pm 02 Mon. 4/10 - 5/15 11:30am - 12:15pm No class 2/20

Just for Kicks

Let your child try out the most popular sport in the world: soccer, in a non-threatening environment. Participants will work on basic drills such as shooting and dribbling, the importance of team play and sportsmanship. Actv.# 104399

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Date Time 1/30 - 3/13 1:00 - 1:45pm 4/10 - 5/15 1:00 - 1:45pm No class 2/20

AGES: 4 - 6 YEARS Join us for a fun workout and to learn about a sport that is rich in tradition and history. This unique class will combine stretching and movement with running, jumping, throwing and other skills used in track and field. Soft Frisbees, swim noodles (used for javelin throw), hurdles and other equipment will help us guide through track and field events in a safe environment. Boys and girls will work on body coordination, agility, balance, and self-confidence as they participate in sprints, relays, long-distance walking, hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track & field events. Our fun approach will help little athletes develop a love of being active. The session will conclude with a fun-filled SportsKids track and field meet on the last day of class. Each child should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104346 01 Mon. 4/24 - 6/5 4:00 - 4:45pm No class 5/29

Pee Wee Lacrosse

AGES: 4 - 6 YEARS Play lacrosse like the big kids. Age-appropriate sized sticks and softer balls will be used for safety. Children will learn skills including cradling, stick work, running, passing, shooting, and more. Each child should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# 104340

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Preschool P.E.

Your preschooler will have a “ball” in this class. Each week, they will fine-tune gross motor skills through different sports skills including throwing, kicking, and running. Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 104395 01 Mon. 1/30 - 3/13 02 Mon. 4/10 - 5/15 No class 2/20

Time 3:00 - 3:45pm 3:00 - 3:45pm

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KidCare

Visit www.barringtonparkdistrict.org for KidCare Rules and Policies.

MORNING: 6 WEEKS - 6 YEARS AFTERNOON: 12 MONTHS - 8 YEARS HOURS OF OPERATION (subject to change based on usage, school start times, etc.): • Mornings: Monday – Saturday: 8:30am - 12:00pm. Closed Sundays. • Afternoons: Monday & Thursday Only from 4:00 – 7:00pm. • Closed: 11/24 - 11/26, 12/24, 12/26, 12/31, 1/2, 5/27, 5/29

2 KIDCARE OPTIONS AVAILABLE:

See bottom of page for KidCare Open Gym Info for age 7-11 years. All parents/guardians must remain on the Langendorf Park property while using KidCare.

1st OPTION: Fitness Center Pass Holders Only KIDCARE PASS: • Pricing for the KidCare Pass is for Fitness Center Members ONLY and each child must reside in the same household as the Fitness Pass holder. • Each child requires a Park District issued Pass (Photo ID Card). • Passes are assigned per child and not interchangeable. • Child may be signed in and out by parents, guardian and/or caregiver. Passes are now assigned to the child and not the individual Fitness Pass holder. • Registration for KidCare Pass takes place at the same time as registration/renewal of the parent’s Fitness Pass and cannot be done online. Pricing includes up to 2 children. Each additional child is $5 per month 1 YEAR COMMITMENT REQUIRED

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2nd OPTION: Non-Fitness Pass Holders & Walk-Ins PUNCH CARD: • Punches are per child, per hour of care. • Punch cards expire three months from purchase date. • Refunds are not issued for unused punches. • Registration takes place at the BPD Front Desk. Online registration is not available for punch cards. Walk-in: $4/$5 hr., or purchase a punch card. Actv.# 102101 Sec.#

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KidCare is open to children with parents and/or siblings in Park District programs while class is in session. All parents/guardians must remain on the Langendorf Park property while using KidCare.

KIDCARE OPEN GYM - FOR AGES 7 – 11 YEARS (AVAILABLE FOR ALL PATRONS) KIDCARE Open Gym will be available on days-off of school during the school year only from 8:30am-12:00pm. Parent/Guardian must remain on-site (Langendorf Park) while child participates in Open Gym. Fee will be $5/$6 for a wristband good for up to 2-hours. Wristbands are purchased at the front desk on the day of Open Gym.

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Perfect for working parents, our K.E.E.P. before and after-school program has been a favorite family resource in the Barrington area for many years. Your child will enjoy lots of fun activities, structured games, crafts and homework time, as well as a light snack.

Park District - KidCare/K.E.E.P.

2016 - 2017

Kids Enrichment Experience Program

ALL K.E.E.P. SITES ARE CURRENTLY ON A WAITLIST FOR BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL FOR THE 2016 - 2017 SCHOOL YEAR.

Before-School Program 2016/2017

6:45 - 9:00am A light breakfast is offered Monday through Friday. District 220 buses will transport children to their respective schools starting at approximately 8:00am. Monthly Fees 5 days $197 3 days $138 Second child receives a 10% discount.

After-School Program 2016/2017

3:35 - 6:00pm District 220 buses transport children, on their regular bus routes, from their respective schools to their K.E.E.P. location. Children are offered a variety of activities, including outside play, arts and crafts, board games, manipulative toys and homework time. A light snack is offered daily. Monthly Fees 5 days $225 3 days $158 Second child receives a 10% discount.

Registration and Information for 2016/2017

K.E.E.P. registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Enrollment is limited. Upon registration, a deposit and a $25 non-refundable registration fee per child is required. The deposit is held and applied to the May care payment. If you withdraw from the program before April 2017 your deposit will be forfeited. Each child must be re-enrolled every year. Registration for the 2016 - 2017 school year is currently being taken for any open positions. Call (847) 304-5278 or (847) 304-5294 for more information.

Please visit www.barringtonparkdistrict.org starting January 2017 for 2017/2018 school year information. Registration for non-current participants for 2017/2018 school year will open March 1, 2017.

K.E.E.P. LOCATIONS K.E.E.P. currently offers before and after school programming at the following locations (site locations subject to change): • Grove Ave. School (serves children attending Grove Ave. and Hough Street Schools). • Lines School (serves children attending Lines and Countryside Schools). • Roslyn Road School (serves children attending Roslyn Road School and North Barrington School).

DAYS OFF SCHOOL (In-service / Institute Days / Some Holidays) 7:00am - 6:00pm K.E.E.P. offers care for all in-service and institute days during the District 220 school year and on some holidays for children enrolled in K.E.E.P. On these days, K.E.E.P. will be open from 7:00am to 6:00pm at the Fitness & Recreation Center in Langendorf Park. This program follows the District 220 calendar. Must be currently enrolled in the Before or After-School program. Day Off Fees $48.00 Fees are additional to other monthly fees for before or after-school care. 2nd child 10% discount does not apply. 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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Programs

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Food Club Science

AGES: 6 - 12 YEARS Learn the extraordinary science behind all your favorite foods! Why are potato chips so addicting? What is the science of ice cream in a bag? Is cotton candy really that bad for you? What do astronauts eat in space? How about those hot dogs, should we eat them? How can you make a warm waffle cone in less than a minute? We will make one! How do they make movie popcorn so yummy? What is the science behind candy-like pop rocks, tootsie rolls and more? Compare and contrast foods you think are healthy, but secretly are not! Bonus: Have fun sampling some of the foods and networking with your new science friends! (Min/Max: 4/12). Instructor: Lisa Lombardi. Fee: $45/$56 Location: F&RC Multi-Purpose B

AGES: 5 - 12 YEARS Is it a liquid or solid? It’s BOTH! Have the slime of your life learning physics while making Oobleck Goo. First introduced in the Dr. Seuss book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck, kids will have a blast interacting with Oobleck front and center. Attendees can gear up with lab coats, goggles, test tubes in hand and more to have the ultimate messy experience. Also, 7 other types of slime will be introduced in the lab. A souvenir of test tube slime will go home with all children! A slimed-themed snack will be served. (Min/Max: 5/12). Instructor: Lisa Lombardi. Fee: $21/$26 Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# 107136 Sec.# Day Date Time 01 Tue. 2/7 4:15 - 5:15pm 02 Tue. 5/16 4:15 - 5:15pm

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American Girl Doll Sweetheart’s Day

AGES: 3 - 12 YEARS (3 - 5 MUST BRING ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT) Come to this unique Valentine’s class and bring along your American Girl doll or any other similar-sized doll. Enjoy decorating a special two-piece holiday outfit, with adorable pink, red and white jewelry. Then, take a trip to the beauty shop where we will add colorful clips and ribbons to your doll’s hair just in time for Valentine’s Day. Your favorite doll will look simply adorable! (Min/Max: 10/25). Instructor: Ultimate Classes & Parties Staff. Fee: $34/$42 Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105262 01 Sat. 2/4

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Parent & Me: Princess & Pirate Hidden Treasure Trunk

AGES: 3 - 9 YEARS WITH PARENT Ahoy, parents! Come out with Glitzy Girlz to hunt for fun! Each princess/pirate will be crowned with headgear. First, you will decorate a wooden treasure box and beaded key chain craft with great assorted beads. Team up together to find a hidden treasure trunk full of dress-up props, costume-type items, boa scarves, etc. A backdrop will be set up for photos and our staff will be ready to take a snapshot of you. Bring your camera/phone. (Min/Max: 7 couples/Max 14). Instructor: Glitzy Girlz Staff. Fee: $29/$36 per couple ($26 each additional child) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105270 01 Thur. 2/2 6:00 - 7:15pm

Night Out - Flower Power

AGES: 4 - 10 YEARS Come join Glitzy Girlz for a jump start in Spring! Our staff will pamper you with an updo hairstyle with flower accents, sparkle, plus makeup and nail application with flower nail decals. Each participant will design her own flower ceramic craft and design a beaded bracelet with flower charm. At the end of the class, we will provide flowered hula skirt props to use (not keep) & maracas and teach some fun hula dancing with music. Sign up w/ friends! (Min/Max: 7/24). Instructor: Glitzy Girlz Staff. Fee: $27/$33 Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105271 01 Thur. 5/11 6:00 - 7:30pm 22

Neon Night

AGES: 4 - 11 YEARS Come join Glitzy Girlz dressed in your fav neon outfit! Our staff will give each girl a makeover with neon hairspray, braid, makeup and neon polish application on nails. Each guest will design her own cool neon beaded bracelet. Our staff will give out neon jewelry and dance to disco lights with glow limbo, freeze dance and hula hoops. A neon “goodie” exits class with you. Sign up with/friends! (Min/Max: 7/24). Instructor: Glitzy Girlz Staff. Fee: $26/$32 Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A

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OneLife is coming to Barrington Spring 2017!

OneLife Cooking

AGES: 10 - 13 YEARS OneLife Kitchen is a representation of my discovered passion for fresh healthy cooking. I believe that cooking doesn’t have to be difficult at all! Yes! Anyone can do this! I invite children to come to OneLife where they will experience the lifetime benefit that comes from the foundation of cooking at a young age. Each week, your child will work together alongside their friends and our culinary coach in creating the week’s recipe dish. Once the cooking is finished, children will then sit down with their friends and enjoy their culinary creation. Children will receive a recipe of each dish they create. Prior to class date: please let us know ahead of time any dietary restrictions or food allergies. For safety and sanitary reasons, we ask the following: long hair must be tied back; flat, closed-toe shoes should be worn when in our kitchen; and, if sick, please skip class that day. (Min/Max: 5/10). Instructor: Lauren Brynjelsen. Fee: $245 per student (5 wks) Location: OneLife Studio,The Foundry of Barrington; 724 W. Northwest Hwy., Barrington. Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105268 01 Thur. 4/6 - 5/4

Time 4:30 - 6:30pm

Week 1: Kitchen Fundamentals & Appetizer Week 2: Soup and Salad Week 3: Healthy Side Dishes Week 4: Entrée Week 5: Dessert

If your child has any dietary restrictions or allergies, please let us know at the time of registration. Food will be prepared and consumed during all classes. If you have questions regarding the food that will be consumed, please contact us: • Little Chefs: Kim Sweeney at (847) 304-5294 • OneLife Cooking: Lauren Brynjelsen at brynjelsen@yahoo.com

Little Chefs Holiday Kitchen Creations Manners 101 for Scouts AGES: ALL GIRL/BOY SCOUT TROOPS Girl and Boy Scouts can earn their Manners badge! We’ll learn about both dining and social graces, including introductions, conversations, proper table setting and technique. This private class can be customized to meet the needs of the troop and will be scheduled individually. Instructor: Lauren Brynjelsen, a Touch of Etiquette. To register, contact Kim Sweeney at (847) 304-5294 or ksweeney@barringtonparkdistrict.org. (Min/Max: 12/20). Fee: $13 per child Location: Class can be held at your school or at F&RC. Actv.# Sec.# 105225 01

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AGES: 4 - 7 YEARS Create your own special dishes that highlight Valentine’s Day, St Patrick’s Day and Easter. You’ll learn about cooking, utensils, safety and basic food preparation by following simple recipes and eating your creations for dinner! Gluten and dairy products will be prepared and consumed in this class. The class is peanut-free, however, some foods may be manufactured in a peanut facility. (Min/Max: 8/16). Instructor: Jodi Paz and BPD Staff. Fee: $35/$43 Location: F&RC - Kitchen/John Sullivan A Actv.# 105264 Theme Valentine’s Day St. Patrick’s Day Holiday

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Lego & STEM Classes by Chasewood Learning Using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), these programs are led by Chasewood Learning’s teacher-led instruction followed by fun, engaging and dynamic activities.

Day Off of School Workshops

Winter Break Camp

AGES: 6 - 14 YEARS This STEM Camp provides activities for new and experienced children using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Each day will have different STEM disciplines from Robotics to Electrical Engineering to Mechanical Engineering. Each day will present a new challenge for all ages and experience. Children should bring a snack and lunch. (Min/Max: 6/16). Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff. Fee: $187/$202 (3-day camp) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day 305218 01 Wed. - Fri.

Date 12/28 - 12/30

Time 9:00am - 2:00pm

AGES: 6 - 14 YEARS This STEM Camp provides activities for new and experienced children using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Each day will have different STEM disciplines from Robotics to Electrical Engineering to Mechanical Engineering. Each day will present a new challenge for all ages and experience. Children should bring a snack and lunch. (Min/Max: 6/16). Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff. Fee: $65/$81 (1 day) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day 105105 01 Mon. 02 Mon.

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Spring Break Camp

AGES: 6 - 14 YEARS This STEM Camp provides activities for new and experienced children using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Each day will have different STEM disciplines from Robotics to Electrical Engineering to Mechanical Engineering. Each day will present a new challenge for all ages and experience. Children should bring a snack and lunch. (Min/Max: 6/16). Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff. Fee: $285/$295 (5-day camp) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day 105103 01 Mon. - Fri.

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Chasewood Learning provides teacher-led instruction followed by hands-on learning experiences. Students gain skills and confidence through creating, exploring and problem-solving. Each session has new and fun activities!

LEGO Engineering Academy

AGES: 7 - 14 YEARS In this class, LEGO engineers will learn about machines that move and how they move. By building race cars, cranes, a motorized dog, solar windmills, and pneumatic lifts, boys and girls learn basic Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) concepts. Chasewood Learning provides teacher-led instruction followed by hands-on learning experiences. Students gain skills and confidence through creating, exploring and problem-solving. (Min/Max: 6/16). Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff. Fee: $78/$97 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105108 01 Wed. 3/1 - 4/12 No class 3/29

Time 5:30 - 6:30pm

LEGO Robotics Academy

AGES: 6 - 14 YEARS The LEGO Robotics Academy is a comprehensive, repeatable after school program where children learn to design, build and program robots. Using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this class is run by teacherled instruction followed by fun, engaging and dynamic activities. The Robotics Academy is a repeatable program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Students can move up a level each time they take the class to take on more advanced concepts and activities. At the end of each session, students will be given a gift and a Robotics Academy Student Progress Booklet. (Min/Max: 6/16). Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff. Fee: $78/$97 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day 105109 01 Wed. 02 Wed. 03 Wed.

Date 1/11 - 2/15 3/1 - 4/12 4/19 - 5/24 No class 3/29

Time 6:40 - 7:40pm 6:40 - 7:40pm 6:40 - 7:40pm

STEM - How to Code

AGES: 8 - 14 YEARS Prepare your kids for the future! In this exciting class, children learn programming essentials with software developed by MIT, and other recognized teaching institutions. It allows children to program their own interactive stories, games and animations. It encourages systematic reasoning, creativity, and helps them to work collaboratively. This class is a multi-level program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Students can move up a level each time they take the class to take on more advanced concepts. At the end of the session, students will be given a gift. (Min/Max: 6/16). Instructor: Chasewood Learning Staff. Fee: $78/$97 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105110 01 Wed. 1/11 - 2/15 02 Wed. 4/19 - 5/24

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

Private Drum Lessons AGES: 6 YEARS AND UP These one-on-one private lessons are designed for beginning, intermediate and advanced students. All styles, including rock, jazz, funk and blues are taught. Each lesson is 30-minutes in length and is designed for the individual needs of each student. Prior to the start date of the session, the instructor will contact you with the time of your lesson. Instructor: Tom Corrao. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Preschool A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 305256 01 Sat. 10/22 - 12/17 By appt. 105256 01 Sat. 1/7 - 2/11 By appt. 02 Sat. 2/25 - 4/15 By appt. 03 Sat. 4/22 - 6/3 By appt. No class 3/25, 4/1, 5/27

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Technology The Barrington Park District offers their community cutting edge STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs with Computer Explorers TechStars™. Classes are project-based, hands-on and designed to make learning fun! They simplify the complex world of technology by connecting Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Art.

Robot Lab

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AGES: 6 - 8 YEARS With your partner, we’ll work with a LEGO® compatible, programmable bot to learn about the basic robotics and how to use a drag-and-drop programming language that you can upload to the bot via computer for it to follow a flashlight, avoiding obstacles, clap control driving and so much more! (Min/Max: 6/10). Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff. Fee: $78/$97 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105141 01 Mon. 1/23 - 2/13

Time 6:00 - 7:15pm

3D Programming & Design

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AGES: 8 - 12 YEARS With a partner, learn to program a computer in an innovative 3D programming environment, created by Carnegie Mellon University. The course makes it easy to create an animation for telling a story, playing an interactive game, or a video to share with friends. This object-oriented program is fun and challenging and will help you learn fundamental programming concepts in a virtual world. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff. Fee: $78/$97 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105142 01 Mon. 2/27 - 3/20

Time 6:00 - 7:15pm

Robotics Programming

AGES: 8 - 12 YEARS A turtle robot cleverly disguised as a racecar, Pro-Bot offers students an enticing, engaging and hands-on experience with Logo programming as well as robotic controls. There’s no stopping the fun or learning in this fastpaced class! (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff. Fee: $78/$97 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105144 01 Mon. 4/17 - 5/8

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Art Classes by Young Rembrandts Young Rembrandts’ classes and instructors provide a positive, nurturing environment for your child to learn all about the joys of expressing themselves through art. Happy, smiling faces are guaranteed. Please visit www.youngrembrandts.com for more information.

Preschool Drawing

AGES: 3½ - 5 YEARS Keep your preschoolers warm and engaged during the cold winter months. Imaginative thoughts will dance through your preschooler’s imagination as they draw our silly mice and adorable duck lessons in January. Our lesson lineup in February is fun and we’ll design our own hat and mittens! There’s no better way to warm up than with the warm colors in our parrot drawing and pirate ship lesson this March. This winter, expand your preschooler’s creative horizons with a Young Rembrandts class. Sign up now! (Min/Max: 6/10). Instructor: Young Rembrandts Staff. Fee: $65/$81 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105128 01 Mon. 1/9 - 2/6 02* Mon. 2/27 - 3/20 03 Mon. 4/3 - 4/24 04 Mon. 5/1 - 5/22 No class 1/16

Time 4:30 - 5:15pm 4:30 - 5:15pm 4:30 - 5:15pm 4:30 - 5:15pm

Youth - Technology/Art

Art

Elementary Drawing

AGES: 6 - 12 YEARS Ring in the New Year with a Young Rembrandts class for your elementary student. Our budding artists will have the opportunity to flex their creative muscle as they take on fun, artistic challenges like our Jack Russell Terrier and even more Emoji’s in the month of January. And, in the month of April, get ready for some dinosaur-sized excitement as your elementary student recreates the ferocious T-Rex Young Rembrandts style! Time to enroll! (Min/Max: 6/15). Instructor: Young Rembrandts Staff. Fee: $65/$81 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105129 01 Mon. 1/9 - 2/6 5:30 - 6:15pm 02 Mon. 4/3 - 4/24 5:30 - 6:15pm No class 1/16

Cartoon Drawing

AGES: 6 - 12 YEARS What runs from ear-to-ear and is contagious? Give up? It’s the SMILE your child will have as they get to explore the fun, artistic world of Young Rembrandts cartooning! In February, our students will jump for joy and spring into action with our heroic unlikely heroes’ lesson. There’s no better way to prepare for spring than with our bird vs. worm drawing sequence. These, and many more hilarious and entertaining lessons await you. Sign up today! (Min/Max: 6/15). Instructor: Young Rembrandts Staff. Fee: $52/$65 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day 105130 01 Mon.

Date 2/27 - 3/20

Time 5:30 - 6:15pm

Picasso’s Art and Creativity Workshop

AGES: 6 - 13 YEARS This class provides a stimulating environment for students to explore their artistic potential by working with an assortment of materials. Students gain skills in a wide variety of media, which include drawing, painting, mixed-media and sculpture. Studio projects include clay creatures, painted animals, nature-related themes and children’s FREE CHOICE! Each session has a new focus in this contemporary course! (Min/Max: 6/15). Instructor: Jena Barnett. Fee: $84/$103 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi Purpose B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105249 01 Thur. 4/6 - 4/27 02 Thur. 5/4 - 5/25

Time 5:00 - 6:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm

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Tumbling

Is the Cave of Wonders where you want to be? Then join Skyline Studios and Barrington Park District to find a Friend Like Me. Disney’s Aladdin Jr. is coming to you. Lights, Camera, Action on Aladdin, Jasmine, and Abu. Rise up like the Genie from inside the lamp. Get One Jump Ahead and sign up now to be a musical champ. Become part of a whole new world in this exciting show, create an ensemble cast and shine like a pro!

Broadway Tots

AGES: 3 - 4 YEARS An introduction to musical theatre! Broadway Tots will explore the beginning fundamentals of theatre and working together to perform. Broadway Tots will act, sing and dance to well-known Aladdin Jr. songs! Family and friends are invited to join us the last day of class to see these young stars on stage shine! (Min/Max: 11/25). Instructor: Skyline Studios Staff. Fee: $215/$235 (11 wks) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105221 01 Wed. 1/11 - 3/22

Time 3:15 - 4:00pm

Broadway Stars

AGES: 7 - 12 YEARS Join Skyline Studios and let your creativity take flight in Aladdin Jr.! Jump into the magical world of musical theatre by exploring acting, singing and choreography in preparation for the show! By the end of class, you’ll be ready to take center stage and shine as one of the stars in Aladdin Jr.! Each cast member will receive a rehearsal CD and script for practice at home. All actors involved in Broadway Stars will have a chance to perform on stage at The Barrington Park District! The final show will be on 3/18 (for Sat.) and 3/22 (for Wed.) New There will be an admission charge. (Min/Max: 11/22). ly a Instructor: Skyline Studios Staff. Satu dded rd Fee: $275/$295 (11 wks) sess ay i o n! Location: F&RC - John Sullivan B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105227 01 Wed. 1/11 - 3/22 02 Sat. 1/7 - 3/18 28

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Broadway Juniors

AGES: 5 - 7 YEARS Calling all young actors... Are you ready to have your debut on stage? Join us in a wonderful and exciting journey as we explore musical theatre! All actors involved in this program will rehearse weekly to learn songs, scenes and dances from Aladdin Jr.! Each cast member will receive a rehearsal CD and script for practice at home. Get ready for a fabulous show! Broadway, here we come! The final show will be on 3/22. There will be an admission charge. (Min/Max: 11/20). Instructor: Skyline Studios Staff. Fee: $225/$245 (11 wks) Location: F&RC - John Sullivan B Actv.# 105220 Sec.# Day Date 01 Wed. 1/11 - 3/22

Time 4:00 - 5:00pm

Aladdin Jr. Expectations Attendance is an essential component of a performance program. Auditions are held during the first week of class except for Sat. Broadway Stars class, which will be held second week of class because of winter break. If two practices are missed, student’s parts may be reassigned. Arriving more than 30 minutes late/leaving early will count as an absence. No make-up classes will be offered. Please help your child practice and memorize at home so your actor feels confident on stage. Please be prompt in arrival and dismissal times. All rehearsals are closed (no parents or guests watching). Actors are required to bring their scripts to every rehearsal. There will be no refunds after the first week of class. For more information, please e-mail skylinechicago@gmail.com or call (847) 769-8174 or (847) 707-1385. www.barringtonparkdistrict.org

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Tumbling 101 AGES: 3 - 8 YEARS (SEE BELOW) This class is for beginners. This is a great way to learn a strong tumbling foundation. Participants will learn how to master the somersault and cartwheel, and will then start working on their round-off, handstand and backbend. (Min/Max: 4/8). Instructors: Katelyn Bevis (Mon. classes) and Robert Fosco (Tue. classes). Fee: SEE BELOW (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A (Mondays); LAC - Gym (Tuesdays) Actv.# Age Sec.# Day 105275 3 - 4 01 Mon. 3 - 4 02 Mon. 5 - 7 03 Mon. 5 - 7 04 Mon. 6 - 8 05 Tue. 6 - 8 06 Tue. 6 - 8 07 Tue.

Date Time 1/23 - 3/6 3:00 - 3:30pm 3/20 - 5/1 3:00 - 3:30pm 1/23 - 3/6 4:00 - 4:45pm 3/20 - 5/1 4:00 - 4:45pm 1/17 - 2/21 5:35 - 6:35pm 2/28 - 4/11 5:35 - 6:35pm 4/18 - 5/23 5:35 - 6:35pm No class 2/20, 3/27, 3/28

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Tumbling

Flip Flop Prep Clinic – Beg./Inter. Tumbling AGES: 7 - 12 YEARS OR INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL Introduction to cheerleading tumbling! This class is designed to introduce the basic tumbling fundamentals. Athletes will build core strength and body awareness. Time will be spent focusing on solid foundations on the cartwheel, round off, back/front walkovers and handstand skills. Participants must have completed Tumbling 101 or possess basic tumbling skills. Each athlete will be introduced to the steps of a back handspring to help prepare them for Got Flip Flop. (Min/Max: 4/8). Instructor: Robert Fosco. Fee: $60/$72 (6 wks) Location: LAC - Gym (Tuesdays); F&RC - Multi-Purpose A (Thursdays) Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105274 01 Tue. 1/17 - 2/21 4:30 - 5:30pm 02 Tue. 2/28 - 4/11 4:30 - 5:30pm 03 Tue. 4/18 - 5/23 4:30 - 5:30pm 04 Thur. 1/19 - 2/23 4:30 - 5:30pm 05 Thur. 3/2 - 4/13 4:30 - 5:30pm 06 Thur. 4/20 - 5/25 4:30 - 5:30pm No class 3/28, 3/30

Got Flip Flop Clinic AGES: 9 YEARS AND UP OR INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL Cheerleaders, this class is for you! Correct technique will be taught to master your flip flop. Participants must already possess intermediate tumbling skills (cartwheel, back bend, round off, back/front walk overs, etc.) or have instructor approval for this class. (Min/Max: 4/8). Instructor: Robert Fosco. Fee: $60/$72 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105277 01 Thur. 1/19 - 2/23 02 Thur. 3/2 - 4/13 03 Thur. 4/20 - 5/25 No class 3/30

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Semi-Private Tumbling Lessons AGES: 8 - 16 YEARS Master the skills of tumbling with semi-private direction from Coach Robert Fosco. These lessons will help you improve flexibility, coordination and strength. All lessons are 1 hour in length. There are no make-ups for missed lessons unless pre-approved a minimum of 48 hours in advance. (Min/Max: 2/3). Instructor: Robert Fosco. Fee: $101/$126 (6 wks) Location: LAC - Gym To schedule a different day Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time or time for a semi-private 105278 01 Tue. 1/17 - 2/21 6:40 - 7:40pm lesson with Coach Katelyn 02 Tue. 2/28 - 4/11 6:40 - 7:40pm or Coach Robert, please 03 Tue. 4/18 - 5/23 6:40 - 7:40pm contact Kim Sweeney at No class 3/28 (847) 304-5294. 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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Dance

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: $5 OFF PER CLASS if you register by 12/31/16!

LEVEL INFORMATION: In order to help parents better understand which classes would be best for their child, the Barrington Park District has included different levels for each class. Below is a basic description of the four different levels of dance offered. Pre Classes: very basic introduction to dance. Ages: 2 - 4 years. No previous dance experience required. Level I Classes: an introduction to a given style or styles of dance technique, class etiquette, and basic choreography. Approximate ages: 4 - 7 years. No previous dance experience required. Level II Classes: an intermediate approach to a given style or styles of dance technique, class etiquette, and choreography with a slightly faster-pace teaching style to give the students the ability to grow as a dancer with technique, flexibility, strength, and style. Dancers are encouraged to retain and perform skills and routines and will be encouraged to begin expressing themselves through performance. Approximate ages: 6 - 10 years. No previous dance experience required but recommended. Level III Classes: an intermediate- advanced teaching approach of a given style or styles of dance technique, class etiquette, and choreography. Students will be held more accountable to retain and perform skills and routines and will be encouraged to express themselves individually through performance. Approximate ages: 8 - 12 years or instructor approval. Previous dance experience preferred.

MONDAY

All combo classes will only perform one dance in the recital.

(15 wks; Min/Max 4/8 for Bitty and Princess Ballet; 4/10 for all other classes) Instructors: Heather Goldman (HG) and Katelyn Bevis (KB)

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Bitty Ballet

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2 yrs

1/9 - 5/8

2:15 - 2:45pm

$120/$150

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Princess Ballet*

Pre

2 - 3½ yrs

1/9 - 5/8

2:45 - 3:15pm

$120/$150

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Tiny Ballerina

Pre

3 - 4 yrs

1/9 - 5/8

3:15 - 3:45pm

$120/$150

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1/9 - 5/8

4:00 - 4:45pm

$135/$165

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1/9 - 5/8

4:55 - 5:30pm

$127/$157

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Hip Hop

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7 - 10 yrs

1/9 - 5/8

5:30 - 6:15pm

$135/$165

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Modern +Plus

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8 - 12 yrs

1/9 - 5/8

6:15 - 7:15pm

$150/$180

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Hip Hop for Tweens

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9 - 12 yrs

1/9 - 5/8

7:15 - 8:00pm

$135/$165

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TUESDAY

(17 wks; Min/Max 4/10) Instructor: Darci Blake

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Ballet

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4 - 6 yrs

1/10 - 5/9

5:00 - 5:45pm

$153/$187

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Hip Hop +Plus

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5 - 7 yrs

1/10 - 5/9

5:45 - 6:30pm

$153/$187

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Hip Hop**

II

7 - 10 yrs

1/10 - 5/9

6:45 - 7:30pm

$153/$187

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**Class held in Fitness Studio - B

No class 3/28

WEDNESDAY (17 wks; Min/Max 4/10) Instructors: Barb Lauro (2:15pm Tiny Ballerina) & Darci Blake (classes starting at 3:15pm) CLASS

LEVEL

AGE

DATE

TIME

FEE

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Tiny Ballerina

Pre

3 - 4 yrs

1/11 - 5/10

2:15 - 2:45pm

$136/$170

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Tiny Ballerina

Pre

3 - 4 yrs

1/11 - 5/10

3:15 - 3:45pm

$136/$170

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Ballet & Tap Combo

I

4 - 6 yrs

1/11 - 5/10

3:45 - 4:30pm

$153/$187

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Ballet

I/II

6 - 8 yrs

1/11 - 5/10

4:30 - 5:15pm

$153/$187

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Ballet for Tweens***

II/III

8 - 12 yrs

1/11 - 5/10

5:15 - 6:00pm

$153/$187

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Modern/Contemp.***

II/III

8 - 12 yrs

1/11 - 5/10

6:00 - 6:45pm

$153/$187

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(12 wks; Min/Max 4/8; Instructor: Barb Lauro) LEVEL

AGE

DATE

TIME

FEE

ACTV. #

SEC. #

Princess Ballet****

Pre

2 - 3½ yrs

1/20 - 5/5

11:45am - 12:15pm

$96/$120

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Princess Ballet****

Pre

2 - 3½ yrs

1/20 - 5/5

2:30 - 3:00pm

$96/$120

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****Please note: this class is without parents and parents are not allowed in the room. If your child would do better with a parent/caregiver, please register for Bitty Ballet. Bitty Ballet and Princess Ballet do NOT participate in the recital. No class 2/17, 3/24, 3/31, 4/14

SATURDAY

Youth - Dance

FRIDAY CLASS

(15 wks; Min/Max 4/8 for Bitty and Princess Ballet; 4/10 for all other classes) Instructors: Barb Lauro (BL) and Heather Goldman (HG).

CLASS

LEVEL

AGE

DATE

TIME

FEE

ACTV. #

SEC. #

Instructor

Bitty Ballet

Pre

2 yrs

1/14 - 5/6

9:00 - 9:30am

$120/$150

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BL

Princess Ballet *****

Pre

2 - 3½ yrs

1/14 - 5/6

9:40 - 10:10am

$120/$150

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BL

Tiny Ballerina

Pre

3 - 4 yrs

1/14 - 5/6

10:15 - 10:45am

$120/$150

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Jazz & Tap Combo

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4 - 6 yrs

1/14 - 5/6

10:45 - 11:30am

$135/$165

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HG

Ballet

I/II

5 - 7 yrs

1/14 - 5/6

11:30am - 12:15pm

$135/$165

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HG

Jazz/Musical Theater

II

7 - 10 yrs

1/14 - 5/6

12:15 - 1:00pm

$135/$165

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Private Lessons

I - III

All Ages

1/14 - 5/6

1:00 - 1:45pm

$40 per lesson

Call (847) 304-5294 to schedule session.

HG

*****Please note: this class is without parents and parents are not allowed in the room. If your child would do better with a parent/caregiver, please register for Bitty Ballet. Bitty Ballet and Princess Ballet do NOT participate in the recital. No class 3/25, 4/1 There are no make-ups for missed classes unless the exact same class with the correct age is offered. Sorry, no exceptions. To view instructors bios, please visit www.barringtonparkdistrict.org/dance.

Important Mandatory Dates

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• Early Bird Discount Deadline $5 OFF: December 31, 2016 • Registration Deadline: Monday, January 9 • Picture Day: Saturday, May 6 • Dress Rehearsal - BHS Auditorium @ 3:00pm: Friday, May 12* • Dance Recital - BHS Auditorium @ 2:00pm: Saturday, May 13* * ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY AT THESE EVENTS. If you are absent from the dress rehearsal, you will not be able to dance in the recital (sorry, no exceptions).

Important Recital Information

The recital theme this year is “Dreams.” All participants in Winter/Spring youth dance will be in the Barrington Park District’s annual Spring Dance Recital (except for Bitty Ballet and Princess Ballet). You must register for classes by Monday, January 9, 2017 to be able to participate in the recital (we’re sorry; there are no pro-rations and no exceptions).

Recital Costumes & Fees

A costume is required to participate in the spring recital. Tiny Ballerina costumes are $45 each, all other classes are $55 per costume. The number of costumes your child will need depends on the number of individual classes he/she is registered for during the season. Combo classes only require one costume to be purchased and will only perform one style of dance in the recital. Costumes and costume money will be assigned due in January once classes have begun.

Special Notes

• Bitty Ballet and Princess Ballet do not participate in the recital due to their young age. They will have a short performance at the end of the last day of class in the Dance Studio for family/friends to watch. • Combo classes will only perform one dance in the recital. Instructor will choose the style once class begins. 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: $5 OFF PER CLASS

if you register by 12/31/16!

See pages 30 - 31 for class registration and recital information. Bitty Ballet (with parent): This is the perfect introduction class for your little one who loves to dance around the house. Parents are able to stay in the room and can interact with their little one (please note: Princess Ballet is without parent, so parents are not allowed in the room). Bitty Ballet is the best way to introduce young children to dance and creative movement. We are dedicated to instilling a love of dance in toddlers and having fun at the same time. Bitty Ballet DOES NOT participate in the spring recital due to their young age. Dress code: pink ballet shoes (no slippers), leotard and tights (tutu is okay). Princess Ballet - Pre (without parent): If dancing and being a princess is your little girl’s favorite activity, this is the class for her! Students will learn what their bodies can do, developing coordination and an understanding of rhythm through princess themed dance, stories and songs. Princess Ballet DOES NOT participate in the spring recital due to their young age. Dress code: pink ballet shoes (no slippers), leotard and tights (tutu and any princess clothing is okay). Tiny Ballerina - Pre: Introduction to ballet with beginning development of ballet concepts including turn out, coordination, spatial awareness and a specific focus on class etiquette. Students will begin positions of the feet, and introductory movement vocabulary. Dress code: pink ballet shoes (no slippers), leotard and tights. Ballet I/II: Level 1: The goal of Ballet Level I is to impart the fundamentals of classical ballet. Class will focus on basic ballet technique, proper body alignment, French terminology and musicality. Students will be introduced to elementary barre and center work. Level II: Focus on ballet technique, proper body alignment, French terminology and musicality. Students will be introduced to barre and center work. This class will focus on positions of the arms, direction of the body and increased movement vocabulary. Dress code: pink ballet shoes (no slippers), leotard, tights and hair pulled back off the face. Ballet for Tweens - II/III: (Ballet Level 2 is recommended BUT NOT REQUIRED as a prerequisite) Focuses on ballet technique, proper body alignment, French terminology and musicality. In this class, students’ attention is paid to the proper extension of the legs and shape of the feet, developing movement sequences, port de bras and balance. Students will see an increase in difficulty in barre and center work. Students begin focusing on repetition and retention. Dress code: pink ballet shoes (no slippers), leotard, tights and hair pulled back off the face Ballet & Tap Combo - I: This is a primary course that introduces ballet technique and class etiquette including ballet positions, as well as basic ballet vocabulary, across the floor exercises, simple steps, correct posture & ballet choreography. This class also includes an introduction to tap technique, vocabulary, & fun upbeat music to encourage dancers to open doors to all styles of dance! Combo classes will only perform one dance in the recital. Instructor will choose the style once class begins. Only one costume needs to be purchased. Dress code: pink ballet shoes, black tap shoes, tights, leotard and hair pulled back off the face. Hip Hop +Plus - I & II: Level I: An introduction for students focusing on developing a foundation of basic Hip Hop movements, across the floor exercises, and choreography. This class also incorporates beginner jazz technique which focuses on learning fundamental jazz steps and basic vocabulary. Level II: Places more emphasis on developing an ear for rythmn and exploring syncopation through fun and upbeat music & choreography while incorporating jazz steps and vocabulary to help build a versatile dancer! Dress code: black hip hop shoes, leotard or workout clothes (no jeans, sweats, restrictive clothing, etc.). Hip Hop - II: Dancers will focus on learning styles of hip hop such as popping, break dancing, freezes, and stalls to choreography that will keep them coming back for more! Dress code: black hip hop shoes, leotard or workout clothes (no jeans, sweats, restrictive clothing, etc.). Hip Hop for Tweens - III: A more advanced approach to upbeat Hip Hop choreography, full of energy and perfect for students who want a fast paced class! Dancers will focus on learning styles of hip hop such as popping, break dancing, freezes, and stalls to choreography that will keep them coming back for more! Dancers will be held accountable for memorizing choreography and will be encouraged to express themselves through performance! Dress code: black hip hop shoes, leotard or workout clothes (no jeans, restrictive clothing, etc.). Jazz/Tap Broadway Combo - I: Learn the basics of Musical Theater Jazz and tap your favorite show tunes. Play a character while you learn to move. Great introduction for kids who want to be onstage and a huge leap forward for the experienced dancer. Combo classes will only perform one dance in the recital. Instructor will choose the style once class begins. Only one costume needs to be purchased. Dress code: nude jazz shoes, black tap shoes, leotard and tights. Jazz/Musical Theater - II: Get to know more about musical theater while learning the fundamentals of jazz technique in a fun new way alongside your favorite show tunes. Come dance and learn about improvisation and character development. Dress code: nude jazz shoes, leotard and tights. Modern & Modern+Plus - II/III/Contemporary: Modern dance appeals to the creative, artistic soul in everyone because of its expressiveness and freedom of individuality. This class teaches important dance skills including fundamental principles of contraction/release, spiral, and shift of weight. The students focus on movement from the inside out, encouraging use of breath, energy, and connection. Class begins with traditional across the floor exercises, progresses into standing work, and moves to travelling phrases across the floor and incorporates fun and expressive styles of choreography. Modern+Plus class will also incorporate Contemporary with a touch of Acro introduced. 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Youth - Dance/Cheer

BYF

R E E H C PRACTICE & PRE-SEASON CLINIC INFORMATION When school begins, practices will be on Thursdays at the F&RC - Gym B from 5:00 - 6:30pm. There will be a pre-season clinic in August (dates and times TBD) to prepare for the season and Pep Rally (date TBD) at the High School that kicks off the new school year! There is a MANDATORY parent meeting during the mini-camp. More information will be given out at registration. GAME INFORMATION Games are scheduled on Sundays (and possibly a few Saturdays) for the months of September and October, along with the first week in November. We will be cheering at home games only; all games are held at BHS Football Stadium or Ron Beese Park. Schedules of games are not determined until late August. UNIFORM FEE & FITTING INFORMATION

Game-Only Barrington Youth Football Cheerleading Now you can try cheerleading in a no-stress environment! Barrington Park District offers a no-cut recreation program for those ages 8 - 12 years. Come out and cheer for BYF this fall 2017. You’ll learn cheers and mounts, meet new friends, get exercise and, most importantly, have fun! (Min/Max: 8/24 per squad).

• Uniform Fitting Day: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 from 4:00 - 6:00pm at the Barrington Park District. If you will be out of town and are not able to attend the fitting, contact Kim Sweeney at ksweeney@barringtonparkdistrict.org to schedule a fitting no later than 7/28/17. • Uniform Fee: $75 and includes skirt, top, spankies and a bow. $10 bow (returning cheerleaders only). The same uniform will be worn for the 2017 season as the 2016 season. If you do not require a new uniform, you only need to pay $10 for the bow. If you require only a new top or skirt, please contact Kim Sweeney for fees. Payment is due at the time of the fitting on 7/26/17. • Parents Provide: white cheer shoes, white turtleneck (available for purchase through the BPD), black full-length leggings and white no-show ankle socks. You may order an optional jacket for an additional fee starting in August at the Pre-Season Clinic. REGISTRATION & FEES • $175/$190 (11 wks., includes clinic, practices and games). • You can register online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org or fax, drop-off or mail a registration form.

AGES: 8 - 12 YEARS BY SEPT. 1

• $75 Uniform Fee (new participants only) due at the time of the fitting (see above). $10 bow only for returning cheerleaders.

Practice: August 24 - October 26, 2017 Thursdays, 5:00 - 6:30pm F&RC - Gym B Prac tic

• Registration Deadline: 7/26/17 or until spots fill.

Cheer on Sundays for Barrington Youth Football tackle teams, participate in the BHS Pep Rally, and march in the BHS Homecoming Parade.

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For questions, please call Kim Sweeney at (847) 304-5294 or e-mail ksweeney@barringtonparkdistrict.org. Fee: $175/$190 (10 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym B

Look for Tiny Cheers (K - 2nd) in the Summer Brochure!

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ALL STAR Cheerleading 2017/2018 Season

EPIC PROGRAM – 5 Squad Options

The Epic All Star Cheer program is directed and coached by Patty DiMonte. For more information, please contact Patty DiMonte at epiccheerleading@yahoo.com or the supervisor, Kim Sweeney at ksweeney@barringtonparkdistrict.org. ALL STARS: Ages 11 - 14 or instructor’s approval. 1 STAMPEDE • Pre-requisites required. Practices June through mid-April. Please see information below.

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MUSTANG SUMMER ALL STARS: Ages 11 and under. • Must have previous Epic Cheer experience or be able to do a back handspring or round-off back handspring, or by instructor approval. • Practices June through August on Mondays and Wednesdays and then combines with PONIES YOUTH squad after 2-3 All Star competitions in Sept. through Nov.

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COLTS MINI ALL STAR PREP: Ages 6 - 8 by 9/1/17 for all levels. • Practices September through April on Tuesdays. Starting November, practices on both Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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PONIES YOUTH ALL STAR PREP: Ages 9 - 11 by 9/1/17 for all levels. • Practices September through April on Wednesdays. Starting November, practices on both Wednesdays and Thursdays.

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MAVERICKS JUNIOR ALL STAR PREP: Ages 11 - 14 by 9/1/17 for all levels. • Practices September through April on Tuesdays.

EPIC ALL STAR STAMPEDE INFORMATION: AGES: 11 - 14 YEARS or by Coach’s Approval Come join this award-winning squad! You’ll learn and perform a custom All Star routine by a professional All Star Cheerleading choreographer. All Star Cheerleading features 7 - 10 regional/national local competitions, with 1 out of state competition. Competition level will be determined after evaluations. PRE-REQUISITES: • MANDATORY: Round-off multiple hand spring tuck, toe touch with multiple back handspring performed at a high level of execution. • PREFERRED SKILLS: Layout and standing tuck, exceptional stunting skills or by instructor approval. PRACTICE INFORMATION: • Mondays: starting 6/5/17 through mid-April 2018. • Wednesdays: starting 6/7/17 through mid-April 2018. • CHOREOGRAPHY CAMP: TBD. UNIFORM INFORMATION: • Cost: $265. Uniform will include top, skirt, spankies, bow and shoes. Only new members need to purchase a uniform. $13 bow and $55 shoes for all returning cheerleaders. Uniform fee due at time of registration.

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EVALUATIONS: • Mandatory for all Epic Cheerleaders interested in the Stampede or Summer Mustangs Squads. • Pre-Registration Required: $35 Non-Refundable Evaluation Registration Fee. This fee will be applied towards the $35 Epic Cheer Registration Fee when you register for a squad. If you do not register for a squad, the fee is non-refundable. • Dates: Wednesday, 5/3 from 5:30 - 7:00pm at F&RC - Gym B. • You can register and pay for an Evaluation Date online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org, fax or drop-off a registration form. FEES: • REGISTRATION FEE: $35 registration fee due at time of submitting EFT registration form. EFT payments aren’t charged until 6/1/17. • TUITION: $2,400/$2,550 divided into 10 equal payments of $240/$255 per month via Electronic Fund Transfer (credit card) on the 1st of the month starting 6/1/17 – 3/1/18. A $25 late processing fee is assessed for all late payments after the 15th of the month. • HOW TO REGISTER: You must go online to www.barringtonparkdistrict.org to download an Epic Cheer EFT Registration Form or pick one up at the front desk. Online registration is not allowed for Epic Cheer. • LATE FEE: A $50 late processing fee will be assessed for any registration after 5/12/17. MUSTANGS, COLTS, PONIES AND MAVERICKS registration information and fees will be available online Winter 2017. Tiny Cheer information will be in the Summer Brochure. Practice times will be determined once District 220 decides the schools start/end times. 34 www.barringtonparkdistrict.org I www.facebook.com/barringtonpd


MINI PRACTICE Schedule:

YOUTH PRACTICE Schedule:

6 - 8 YEARS by 11/1/16 or by Instructor Approval

9 - 11 YEARS by 11/1/16 or by Instructor Approval

Thursdays: 11/10/16 - 5/18/17 (no practice 10/20, 11/24, 12/29, 1/5, 3/30) from 4:30 - 5:45pm in F&RC - Fitness Studio B.

Thursdays: 11/10/16 - 5/18/17 (no practice 10/20, 11/24, 12/29, 1/5, 3/30) from 5:45 - 7:00pm in F&RC - Fitness Studio B.

Choreography camp: Friday, 12/2/16, 4:00-6:00pm or Saturday, 12/3/16, 9:00 - 10:30am.

Choreography camp: Friday, 12/2/16, 5:45 - 7:45pm and Saturday, 12/3/16, 10:45am - 12:15pm.

Extra practices will be scheduled Friday and/or Saturday before each competition. Dates TBD.

Extra practices will be scheduled Friday and/or Saturday before each competition. Dates TBD.

REGISTRATION FEES:

UNIFORM INFORMATION:

$25 non-refundable registration fee.

FEE: $125 which includes top, bottoms and a bow. Nude jazz shoes and tights must be purchased on your own.

TUITION: $560/$630. This fee will be divided into 7 equal payments of $80/$90 that will be charged via Electronic Fund Transfer (credit card) on the 1st of the month starting 11/1/16 - 5/1/17. REGISTRATION DEADLINE: November 1, 2016 HOW TO REGISTER: You must go online to www.barringtonparkdistrict.org/poms to download an XStatic Poms EFT Registration Form.

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Youth - EPIC Cheer/Poms

all star poms

AGES: 6 - 11 YEARS This program is designed to give your daughter the All Star Poms experience without the time commitment or cost of a year-round club. Each squad will be comprised of dancers from different schools and studios and will focus on All Star Team Competition. Dancers on mini and youth squads will perform in 2-3 All Star local competitions, the BPD’s Youth Basketball Tournament, Spring Dance Recital as well as other local performances. There are no additional travel or competition fees. The program will be directed and coached by Erin Dalton.

MANDATORY UNIFORM FITTING DAY: Thursday, November 10, 2016 during the first practice. It is not necessary for parents to stay. PARENT MEETING: Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 5:30pm.

For more detailed program information and to review Coach Erin’s and Coach Carli Rose’s biography, please visit, www.barringtonparkdistrict.org/poms or contact Kim Sweeney at ksweeney@barringtonparkdistrict.org.

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Stingrays Swim Team No Tryouts No Weekends

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Stingrays Swim Team

Important Dates – Mark Your Calendar • Early Bird Discount: $20 off if you register by 5/4/17. Register online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. • Equipment/Swim Suit Fitting: 4/27/17 from 4:00 - 7:00pm (drop-in) at F&RC. Mandatory for all participants who require a new swim suit. Sorry, no exceptions. If you have a swim suit that fits from a previous year, you do not need to attend.

• Mock Meet & Mandatory Parent Meeting: 6/9/17 at 5:00pm. • Banquet: 7/25/17

Pre-Season Swim Stroke Clinic

TUESDAY - THURSDAY, 6/6 - 6/8 AGES: 5 - 17 YEARS This clinic is available for any qualified swimmer (see below) who would like to dedicate extra time to his or her stroke technique before the season starts (this is not a swimming lesson). Coaches will be using fun and challenging techniques to enhance each swimmer’s stroke. Please bring towel, swim suit, cap and goggles. Participants do not need to be a registered Stingrays swim team member. Requirements Able to swim consistently for 30 minutes. Will require your swimmer to perform at a challenging level. This is not a swim lesson. All age groups are welcome (5 - 17 yrs). Sign up for one or all 3 days! Instructor: Stingrays Coaches. (Min/Max: 5/15). Location: BPD - Aqualusion Pool Fee: $13/$15

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Date 6/6 6/7 6/8

Time 8:00 - 8:50am 8:00 - 8:50am 8:00 - 8:50am

Guidelines & Rules All participants will be assessed for proper placement (no exceptions). Girls must wear swim caps. Refunds will only be given in the case of physical impairment or parent job transfer. Mandatory parent meeting during the Mock Swim Team Meet on 6/9/17 at 5:00pm. (Min/Max: 5/30). Practice Schedule: • Mon. - Thur. • No practice on swim meet days. • Rain make-ups for practices are on Fridays only.

• Registration Deadline: 5/4/17. There will be a $50 late processing fee if you register after 5/4/17. Sorry, no exceptions.

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AGES: 5 YEARS AND UP The Stingrays Swim Team is for anyone who loves to have fun and learning new swimming skills in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. From 6/12 - 7/27, students will work on speed, strength and endurance of strokes. Regular swim meets will be held against surrounding communities. Participants should have prior swimming experience; each child will be evaluated at a “mock” meet on 6/9/17 and will be required to complete an age-appropriate diagnostic assessment.

Program Backstroke/Freestyle Breaststroke Butterfly

Swim Meets: • Guaranteed 4 meets and 1 mock meet. • Meets are held in the evenings. • Travel may be required. Registration & Fees (Mandatory): $220 In-District $245 Out-of District $100 Volunteer deposit due at registration. Checks only - made payable to the Barrington Park District. It is mandatory that you volunteer at 4 swim meets. Your check is voided and destroyed at the end of the season if you fulfill your commitment. If you are unable to volunteer at a meet, you have the option to cash your check at the Parent Meeting. Registration deadline is 5/4/17. If you register after 5/4/17, you will be charged a $50 late processing fee. Additional Estimated Costs: • $40 - $55: swim suits. (Fees vary on sizes and male/female. Swim suits are required for all new participants or prior swim team members that need a new suit). • $12 - $16: goggles. • $12 - $16: swim cap with logo. Actv.# Age 104732 5 - 6 7 - 8 9 - 10 11 - 12 13+

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Let’s Hit the Slopes! Come be a part of the fun! In conjunction with Station and Prairie Middle Schools and St. Anne School, the Barrington Park District organizes a variety of ski trips for grades 6 - 8. Whether you’re a black-diamond skier or just learning how to walk in those crazy boots, this is your opportunity to hit the slopes with your friends from middle school. Buses will take skiers to the slopes at various locations all around our area. Trips are held on Friday evenings from January 20 to February 17 (the trip on February 17 is an all-day trip).

MIDDLE SCHOOL

SKI CLUB

The Middle School Ski Club gives you a great way to learn a new and rewarding sport and make tons of new friends, too. For more information, visit www.barringtonparkdistrict.org.

2017

Middle School Ski Trip Dates All trips depart and return to Citizens Park, 511 Lake Zurich Road. Fees will be listed in the winter/spring guide and at Ski Club registration. Date Location 1/20 Wilmot 1/27 Mountain Top at Grand Geneva 2/3 Wilmot 2/10 Alpine Valley 2/17 Cascade Mountain

Time 4:45 - 10:30pm 4:45 - 10:30pm 4:45 - 10:30pm 4:45 - 11:00pm 7:30am - 7:30pm

Individual trip fee information will be posted on our website at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org beginning November 3. For more information, please e-mail skiclub@barringtonparkdistrict.org or call (847) 381-0687.

Helmet Incentive Program sponsored by:

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REGISTRATION: THURS., NOV. 10 AND WED., NOV. 16 Registration for the Barrington Middle School Ski Club will be held at the Barrington Park District (235 Lions Drive) on Thursday, November 10 and Wednesday, November 16 from 7:00 - 8:15pm. You do not register for individual trips at this meeting; you are registering for your chaperone date and to become a member of the ski club. Registration for individual trips takes place at school the Tuesday before each trip. The informational meeting will start at 7:00pm (registrations will not be accepted before 7:15pm). You will receive a number as you arrive at the meeting, and registration for chaperone dates will be taken on a first come, first-served basis. If you cannot attend one of the meetings, registration will only be accepted late at the BPD 11/21/16 - 12/30/16, provided the maximum has not been met. There is a $15 late processing fee. Sorry, no exceptions.

FEES AND PAYMENT Please bring TWO checks with you; a portion of the fees are paid to the Park District and a portion to BMS - PTO. There is a $30 non-refundable registration fee per child (maximum $90 per family). Please make this check payable to the Barrington Park District. To help keep track of the children on the trip, each child is required to wear a red neck gator on every trip they attend (neck gators are $7 each), payable by check to Barrington Park District. Chaperone deposit check is $150 and needs to be made payable to the BMS-PTO. (St. Anne’s students - please make your chaperone check out to St. Anne’s Home and School). As long as you fulfill your chaperone commitment, your check will be voided and destroyed. You will receive a voucher packet at BPD Registration. You pay for individual trips at school during the lunch hour on the Tuesday before each trip. If you have 2 or more children participating, please bring 3 checks: one made to the Barrington Park District and TWO SEPARATE ($150 each), checks payable to the BMS-PTO (St. Anne’s students - please make your chaperone check out to St. Anne’s Home and School).

CHAPERONES All parents are requested to chaperone at least once during the season. Please bring a calendar to the meeting; you will be expected to select a chaperone date at the meeting. Chaperone dates are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis at registration. You will also need to provide a $150 chaperone deposit payable to BMS - PTO or St. Anne’s Home and School, if you are a St. Anne’s student. As long as you fulfill your chaperone commitment, your check will be voided and destroyed. If you choose not to chaperone, your deposit check will be cashed. Chaperones must be a parent or legal guardian of participant. New this year, parents with 2 or more children participating in Ski Club are required to chaperone 2 trips. 37 (847) 381 - 0687


Programs

P.L.A. Action Club AGES: 11 - 14 YEARS (GRADES 6 - 8)

Battle House Laser Tag

CPX Sports Paintball

Battle House Laser Combat is the future of laser tag! This brand new 15,000+ square foot arena in Lake Barrington contains 8 separate buildings ranging in 2-3 stories in height, passage and tramways, abandoned vehicles and other structures and obstacles. With over 70 guns in the armory to choose from, Battle House Laser Combat leaves you feeling like you’re in a real-life game of Call of Duty! Lunch is included.

CPX Sports is one of the top paintball facilities in the world, located in Joliet. They provide over 140 acres of varied terrain, forts, bunkers, and a target range. We will have our own private games on some of the best paintball courses in Illinois. Fee includes paintball gun, mask, all-day CO2 and HP air fills, and premium Marballizer paintballs per player, plus a personal CPX Sports Referee for your group. Lunch is included.

(Min/Max: 10/24). Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: SEE BELOW Actv.# 105245 Sec.# Day 01 Mon. 02 Fri.

Date 2/20 4/14

Location Battle House CPX Sports

Time 10:30am - 2:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm

Fee $45/$56 $65/$80

Reg. Deadline 2/10 3/23

High School Ski Club

Don’t be left out in the cold! The BHS Ski Club is a great way to have more fun skiing and also hang out with all your friends and meet new ones. The Park District is hosting several ski trips to different ski resorts. We’ll depart and return from Citizens Park, with Park District vans doing the shuttling. Please note: this is not a District #220 sponsored event. (Min/Max: 12/24).

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Please completely fill out a Barrington Park District Registration Form located in the back of the brochure or online. Please make sure you include an emergency contact, emails and all important phone numbers and contact information. If you are renting equipment, you need to complete a Rental Release and Liability Form for each individual resort and bring it with you the day of the trip to turn into the chaperones as you board the vans. Visit: www.barringtonparkdistrict.org to download forms or you can pick them up at the BPD front desk. Blue neck gator must be worn; a one-time charge of $7. Helmets are required and can be rented for an additional fee. Please contact Anna Siegel at (847) 304-5272 for additional information.

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REGISTRATION & FEES

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HIGH SCHOOL

SKI CLUB

Actv.# 305252 Sec.# Day Date Location 01 Fri. 1/20 Wilmot 02 Fri. 1/27 Mountain Top at Grand Geneva 03 Fri. 2/3 Wilmot 04 Fri. 2/10 Alpine 05 Fri. 2/17 Cascade

Time 4:45 - 10:30pm 4:45 - 10:30pm 4:45 - 10:30pm 4:45 - 11:00pm 7:30am - 7:30pm

Fee $70/$88/$88 $70/$85/$85 $70/$88/$88 $75/$93/$93 $85/$85/$85

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AGES: 8 - 14 YEARS (GRADES 3 - 8 SEE BELOW) Join current and former players and coaches for an exciting indoor camp! These skilled coaches help prepare your child for competitive play while having a fun and educational time. We’ll help improve overall skills and gain an understanding of the game. Over the five-week camp, every player will be instructed on how to pass, set, serve and hit properly, which will be used in game play during the camp. Our coaches are current and former club and college level players, which will make sure each camper leaves the camp with an unforgettable experience. Bring athletic gym shoes and knee pads (if needed.) (Min/Max: 6/10). Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $65/$81 (5 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# 104416 Ages Ages 8 - 11 (Grades 3 - 5) Ages 11 - 14 (Grades 6 - 8)

Sec.# Day 01 Wed. 02 Wed. 03 Wed. 04 Wed.

Date 2/1 - 3/1 4/12 - 5/10 2/1 - 3/1 4/12 - 5/10

Time 4:00 - 5:00pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm

Archery

AGES: 7 - 14 YEARS Archery participants will learn the parts of an arrow and recurve bow, the basics of using a recurve bow, and fundamental shooting skills in a safe environment. They also will learn an excellent, nationally recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10-ring progression, which was created by the Coaches Development Committee of the National Archery Association. Blunt tipped arrow, bows, and targets are provided. Both technique and games will be a part of this class. Each participant should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# 104341 Sec.# Ages Day Date 01 7 - 10 Wed. 4/26 - 5/31 02 11 - 14 Wed. 4/26 - 5/31

Time 5:00 - 5:45pm 5:45 - 6:30pm

Teen - Programs

High-Performance Indoor Volleyball Camp

Self-Defense Training for Youth, Teens & Adults on page 67!

Teen Yoga - All Levels AGES: 10 - 15 YEARS Teens, you now have a yoga class dedicated just for you! Reduce the stress of everyday school and social life, boost self-confidence, tone and shape your body and improve your health and well-being. Yoga can also enhance your performance in sports and academics. A perfect way to start the week! All levels are welcome; you can bring your own mat or use one of ours. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructors: Lauren Hinkle and Kathy Gudonis. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Studio B Actv.# 102558 Sec.# Day Date 01 Mon. 1/2 - 3/13 02 Mon. 4/3 - 5/22

Time 4:15 - 5:15pm 4:15 - 5:15pm

Fee $66/$88 (11 wks) $48/$64 (8 wks)

Student Fitness Training

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Get leaner, faster and stronger, or just improve your general health and fitness level. Our Certified Personal Trainers can help you take your sport to the next level of performance. Not an athlete? That’s o.k.! Our trainers can help you with a fitness plan that improves your overall health and wellness, while focusing on your specific goals. Schedule a free consultation with one of our trainers today to see if training is right for you! Must be student with valid student ID and between the ages of 8 and 21.

# of Sessions Fee per Session 1 - 10...................$35/$40 (Sessions expire in 90 days) 11 - 20.................$30/$35 (Sessions expire in 120 days) $150 minimum purchase to qualify for payment plan. See Training Staff for all payment options available.

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Red Cross CPR and AED for Adult and Pediatric AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP The Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED course incorporates the latest science and teaches students how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies to help victims of any age - adults (about 12 years and older) and pediatric (infants and children up to 12 years of age). Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED valid for two years. This course consists of focused, hands-on learning that meets all OSHA requirements. All students will receive free digital course materials. (Min/Max: 4/10). Instructor: Jodi Paz, Certified Red Cross Instructor. Fee: $50/$62 Location: LAC - Program Room Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105501 01 Wed. 3/22 5:00 - 9:00pm Note: Participants arriving after 15 minutes after program has begun will not be admitted to class.

Babysitting Training

Infant/Toddler Only CPR & Choking

AGES: 18 YEARS AND UP Do you know what to do if your baby or grandchild was to choke or worse? You will learn: • How to give CPR to an infant. Great class for new parents • The signs of a choking infant. and grandparents! • How to help a choking infant. • How to phone for help. • How to answer a dispatcher’s questions. Knowing this can save a life! Class will have hands-on learning. You will receive certification in Red Cross Infant CPR which is valid for 2 years. Space is limited so be sure to register early! (Min/Max: 5/8). Instructor: Jodi Paz, Certified Red Cross Instructor. Fee: $32/$40 Location: LAC - Program Room Actv.# Sec.# Day 105500 01 Thur. 02 Wed.

Date Time 1/5 10:30am - 12:00pm 2/1 6:00 - 7:30pm

AGES: 11 - 15 YEARS The newly revised American Red Cross Babysitter’s Training course gives 11 to 15-year olds the skills and confidence to be great babysitters. This course is fun and fast-paced with hands-on activities, exciting video, role-plays and live discussions. It teaches young people how to: • • • • • •

Care for children and infants. Be good leaders and role models. Make good decisions, solve problems and stay safe. Handle emergencies such as injuries, illnesses and household accidents. Write resumes and interview for jobs. Teaches the latest science on first aid and cardiovascular care.

Students will receive engaging new products to help them be prepared and professional, including: Babysitters Training Handbook, Emergency Reference Guide, Training CD-ROM and Mini First Aid Kit. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructors: Jodi Paz, Barb Lauro or Jill Hidding, Certified Red Cross Instructors. Fee: $65/$75 Location: LAC - Program Room Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105210 01 Sat. 1/7 9:00am - 4:00pm 02 Mon. 1/16 7:30am - 1:30pm 03 Sat. 2/18 7:30am - 1:30pm 04 Sat. 3/25 7:30am - 1:30pm 05 Sat. 4/8 9:00am - 4:00pm 06 Fri. 4/14 7:30am - 1:30pm 07 Sat. 5/13 9:00am - 4:00pm 08 Sat. 6/3 9:00am - 4:00pm Please bring a baby-like doll, pencil, paper and sack lunch to class. Participants arriving 15 minutes after the program has begun will not be admitted to class.

Group Training for CPR/AED and First Aid

First AID, CPR and AED Combo for Adults and Pediatrics Saturday class Perfect for working, first-time expecting parents and caregivers!

for working adults!

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP The American Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR/ AED - Adult and Child plus CPR - Infant course incorporates the updated 2016 ECC standards. It will help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac breathing and first aid emergencies. This combo course will teach skills that participants need to know to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive certificates for Standard First Aid with CPR/AED - Adult and Pediatric which are valid for two years. (Min/Max: 4/10). Instructor: Brian Schoepp, Certified Red Cross Instructor. Fee: $65/$75 Location: LAC - Program Room

AGES: ADULT This is the perfect class for teachers or staff members who need to be certified but are on a budget. Based on your requirements, this group training class can be for Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED, First Aid or a Combo Class. Groups must have at least 6 participants Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time and a maximum of 12. Each group will be given one training manual to take home, but everyone will receive access to free digital course materials. A group leader will register 305503 04 Sat. 12/17 9:30am - 3:30pm the members and make one payment. Based on your needs, classes are available during 105503 01 Sat. 2/18 9:30am - 3:30pm the evenings and on weekends. Please contact Jodi Paz at (847) 277-8701 or via 02 Sat. 4/15 9:30am - 3:30pm email at jpaz@barringtonparkdistrict.org for availability and to register. 03 Sat 5/20 9:30am - 3:30pm Fee: $38 per person for Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED Please bring a sack lunch and drink. Note: Participants $38 per person for Adult and Pediatric First Aid arriving 15 minutes after program has begun will not be $45 per person for Combo Class; Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED and First Aid admitted to class. Location: LAC - Program Room Day, Date & Time: By Appointment 40 www.barringtonparkdistrict.org I www.facebook.com/barringtonpd


Hours Monday - Friday 5:00am - 10:00pm (no access to building after 9:00pm) Saturday - Sunday 7:00am - 6:00pm No one under age 14 will be admitted to the Fitness Center. Hours are subject to change.

Holiday Hours Friday, 11/25 Saturday, 12/24 Saturday, 12/31

Fitness Center P: (847) 304-5279

Closed

Health & Fitness Manager

Thursday, 11/24 Sunday, 12/25 Sunday, 1/1

Adrianne Gabel

P: (847) 304-5274 E: agabel@barringtonparkdistrict.org

5:00am - 5:00pm 7:00am - 3:00pm 7:00am - 3:00pm

Red Cross/Fitness Center - Intro/Member Spotlight

Fitness Center

“No Goal Was Ever Met Without A Little Sweat”

“I have been taking the Group Training classes for over two years. All of the instructors have been awesome as they always keep it new and challenging. Every class is different and gives you a great cardio and resistance workout. Many different class times are offered so it is easy to fit in a few of them in to your schedule each week. I will continue taking these classes to help me work towards my fitness goals!” ~ Shawn M. Jenkins Visit page 44 for more information on our Group Training program!

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Membership Information/KidCare Pass Age Information Adult (18 - 59)

Our yearly memberships are available with two payment options:

Senior

(60 years & up) Proof of age required.

1. Monthly Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). First payment due in cash or credit only. 2. Annual Membership price reflects a 10% discount. 3. All memberships (paid in full & EFT’s) require 12 month commitment. Age

or College ID and proof of age.

Yearly

Adult

$28/$33

$303/$357

Senior

$21/$26

$227/$281

Student

$21/$26

$227/$281

3 Month

$119/$135

N/A

Full use of our 4,500-square-foot fitness floor. Indoor running/walking track. Locker room access. FREE Fitness Passport classes (no make-ups). AND Up to 8 Team Training sessions per month. KidCare Pass available. See lower right for details.

3 Month Sr./St.

$90/$105

N/A

See page 44 for more information!

Monthly

Yearly

Adult

$36/$41

$389/$443

Senior

$28/$33

$303/$357

Student

Student

$28/$33

$303/$357

3 Month

$139/$155

N/A

3 Month Sr./St.

$119/$135

N/A

Monthly

Yearly

Adult

$89/$94

$962/$1016

Senior

$81/$86

$875/$929

N/A

N/A

Age Age PREMIUM: 12 MOS. Full use of our 4,500-square-foot fitness floor. Indoor running/walking track. FREE lap swim (time/day restrictions apply). FREE Fitness Passport classes (no make-ups). FREE Basketball Open Gym (based on availability). KidCare Pass available. See lower right for details. Available on a 3 month basis PAID IN FULL ONLY.

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TEAM TRAINING*: 12 MOS.

Monthly

ESSENTIAL: 12 MOS. Full use of our 4,500-square-foot fitness floor. Indoor running/walking track. FREE lap swim (time/day restrictions apply). FREE Basketball Open Gym (based on availability). KidCare Pass available. See lower right for details. Available on a 3 month basis PAID IN FULL ONLY.

Student

(14 - 24 years) Must show High School

Monthly

Yearly

Adult

$69/$74

$745/$799

Senior

$53/$58

$573/$627

N/A

N/A

SMALL GROUP TRAINING*: 12 MOS. Full use of our 4,500-square-foot fitness floor. Indoor running/walking track. FREE lap swim (time/day restrictions apply). Best ! e valu FREE Fitness Passport classes (no make-ups). Up to 8 Team Training sessions per month. AND up to 4 Small Group sessions per month. FREE Basketball Open Gym (based on availability). KidCare Pass available. See lower right for details. * See page 44 for training times.

ALL ACCESS: EFT OPTION ONLY - 12 MOS. Full use of our 4,500-square-foot fitness floor. t Indoor running/walking track. G re a e ! FREE lap swim (time/day restrictions apply). valu FREE Fitness Passport classes (no make-ups). UNLIMITED Team and Small Group Training sessions. FREE Basketball Open Gym (based on availability). KidCare Pass available. See lower right for details.

Age

Student

Age

$129/$159

Senior

$109/$129

Student

N/A

CORPORATE*: 12 MOS. Corporate memberships are available to full-time employees in a corporation, business, partnership enterprise or school district within the Barrington Park District boundaries. Corporate Membership is valid ONLY for the full-time, in-boundary employee and for the Fitness Center only.

Monthly Paid In Full Full use of our 4,500-square-foot fitness floor. Indoor running/walking track. $529 $49 FREE lap swim (time/day restrictions apply). Up to 8 Team Training sessions per month AND up to 2 Small Group sessions per month. KidCare Pass available. See lower right for details. *Proof of employment required. FITNESS CENTER DAILY FEES Includes all Premium benefits.

Adult/Senior/Teen

KidCare Pass

AGES: MORNING: 6 WEEKS - 6 YEARS AFTERNOON: 12 MONTHS - 8 YEARS • Each child REQUIRES a Park District ess Fitnmber issued KidCare Photo ID card. me cial! • Passes are assigned PER CHILD and spe are NOT interchangeable. • Each child MUST reside in SAME household as fitness pass holder and individually listed on registration form. • Pricing for Fitness Center Members ONLY and includes care for a 2nd child FREE! • Each additional child, $5 per month.

Monthly Adult

* See page 47 for training times!

Hours of Operation Monday - Saturday: 8:30am - 12:00pm Monday and Thursday: 4:00 - 7:00pm (closed Tue./Wed./Fri. afternoons)

1 YEAR COMMITMENT # of Children

Monthly

Yearly

1 Child

$10

$120

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FREE

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$10/$12 per day

3 MO. OPTION # of Children

TRACK MEMBERSHIP FEES Children under the age of 10 are not permitted to use the track. Ages 11 - 13 may use the track under the direct supervision of an adult (child must be by parent or guardian’s side). Ages 14 years and older are permitted to use the track with the purchase of a track pass or Fitness Center pass. Other rules apply. See FC for more info.

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Adult/Teen

$50/$65 yearly $5/$8 per day

Senior

$25/$40 yearly $2/$5 per day

(PAID IN FULL ONLY)

Fee

1st Child

$30

2 Child

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$15

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Barrington Park District’s

BLACK MONDAY TO FRIDAY SALES Get a Jump Start on Your New Year’s Resolution & SAVE Mon., 11/21

BIG!

Tue., 11/22

Wed., 11/23

Essentials 12 mo. Adult Membership

Personal Training

Pool Pass Specials

20% OFF 16 or More Sessions

20% OFF 16 or More Sessions

• MUST REGISTER IN PERSON.

$249/$299

• MUST REGISTER IN PERSON.

• MUST REGISTER IN PERSON.

• 1 hour sessions ONLY

• Must be used by package expiration date.

• 12 mo. commitment.

• Must be used by package expiration date.

Family (up to 4 people): $133/$297 Each additional member: $12/$18 Adult (18 - 59 years): $71/$132 Child (3 - 17 years): $68/$130 Senior (60+ years): $65/$114

• Must be current FC member.

• Must be new FC member by 6 mo. or more.

• Must be current FC member.

• MUST BRING PROOF OF RESIDENCY.

Personal Training

• 1 hour sessions ONLY

• Membership paid in full ONLY.

Specific Sale Available on day listed ONLY. • NO REFUNDS • Must register in person for Fitness Center sales. Drop-in, fax and email registrations only for pool pass specials. If submitting electronically, please call (847) 381-0687 for confirmation.

Fri., 11/25

• Payment will be processed after Jan. 2. CREDIT CARDS ONLY. • Resident rate is 35% off of season pass rate. • Non-resident rate is 30% off of season pass rate. • Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable.

SAVE THE DATE March Madness Fitness Extravaganza Wednesday, 3/15/17!

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Group Training Work in groups with a certified Personal Trainer and use fun, innovative equipment such as battle ropes, kettlebells, and much more.

5 Reasons to Group Train 1. Access to our educated, motivated and certified trainers. 2. All levels welcome! 3. Experience a “team� atmosphere with support from coaches and other members. 4. Work at your own pace, but know a trainer is there for YOU! 5. See results using a functional base for training.

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Team Training*

Up to 20

Days Times Mondays AM .................... Mondays PM .................... Tuesdays AM .................... Tuesdays AM .................... Wednesdays PM .............. Wednesdays PM .............. Thursdays AM .................. Thursdays AM .................. Fridays PM ........................ Saturdays AM ..................

9:15 - 10:15am 12:00 - 1:00pm 5:45 - 6:45am 9:15 - 10:15am 12:00 - 1:00pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 5:45 - 6:45am 9:15 - 10:15am 12:00 - 1:00pm 10:30 - 11:30am

$79/$99 per month for up to 2 times per week. Must sign up to guarantee spot in class. 3 month commitment.

Small Group*

Up to 4

Days Times Tuesdays PM .................... Wednesdays PM .............. Thursdays PM .................. Fridays AM ....................... Saturdays AM ..................

6:30 - 7:30pm 4:45 - 5:45pm 6:30 - 7:30pm 9:15 - 10:15am 8:00 - 9:00am

$99/$119 per month for up to 2 times per week + unlimited Team Training. Must sign up to guarantee spot in class. 3 month commitment.

* Includes access to LAC - Training Studio ONLY. Does not include access to Fitness Center.

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Fitness - Training

One-on-One Training Having a one-on-one personal trainer is a great way to get results. Your trainer will design a program specifically for your needs. Our passionate trainers have you in mind. EFT option available. See FC Staff for details!

1 Hour

# of Sessions

Fee per Session

1 - 10.......................... $50/$55 11 - 20........................ $45/$50 21 - 50........................ $40/$45

30 Min

# of Sessions

Fee

6 ................................ $192/$222 10 .............................. $310/$360

Payment plans available, EFT option only. $150 minimum down payment required. Restrictions apply. Sessions may not be broken into halves for any reason. See Fitness Center Staff for details.

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Student Training Get leaner, faster and stronger, or just improve your general health and fitness level. Our Certified Personal Trainers can help you take your sport to the next level of performance. Not an athlete? That’s o.k.! Our trainers can help you with a fitness plan that improves your overall health and wellness, while focusing on your specific goals. Schedule a free consultation with one of our trainers today to see if training is right for you! Must be student with valid student ID and between the ages of 8 and 21. Please see Fitness Staff for more details and restrictions.

# of Sessions

Fee per Session

1 - 10........................ $35/$40 (Sessions expire in 90 days) 11 - 20...................... $30/$35 (Sessions expire in 120 days) $150 minimum purchase to qualify for payment plan. See Training Staff for all payment options available.

Team Training Jr. It’s always more fun to train in a group! Get several of your friends or fellow athletes together and train to advance in your sport, or just to develop your general health and fitness. Work with our Certified Personal Trainers and see results fast! Must be student with valid student ID and between the ages of 8 and 21.

# of Sessions

# of People

Fee per Person

Once a Week ............ 2 - 4 ........................ $160/$176 Twice a Week ............ 2 - 4 ........................ $180/$225 Once a Week ............ 5 - 10 ...................... $120/$136 Twice a Week ............ 5 - 10 ...................... $160/$176 All 8-week sessions. Sorry, no make-ups for missed sessions. 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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Wellness Watch 1 Day Workshops

Featured Event

6:30 - 7:30pm $5/$7 each workshop Location: F&RC - John Sulllivan A/B (Min/Max: 10/50). Actv.# 102656 Sec.# 01 The Truth about Arthritis, Osteoporosis and more! Guest Speaker: Dr. Jeff Parkin - VanNess Chiropractic Tuesday, 1/10 02

Balance My Life Guest Speaker: Yolanda Cox Tuesday, 1/17

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The Skinny on Nutrition Guest Speaker: Rita Faycurry RD, LDN Tuesday, 1/24

6:30 - 8:30pm $12/$15 per person. $20/$25 per couple. Location: F&RC - John Sulllivan A/B (Min/Max: 10/40). Actv.# 102656 Sec.# 04 Sip n’ Snack With Former Executive Chef: Stacey Sault Thursday, 2/9 Enjoy a glass of wine while you learn to make simple, healthy snacks and mini meals the entire family can enjoy that are light on calories but big on taste! (Min/Max: 10/40). Registration deadline: 2/3/17. Must be 21 years or older.

CycleWorkz

Come spin your way into a healthy liestyle with our motivated instructors and team atmosphere! (Min/Max: 6/12). Location: LAC - Training Studio Actv.# 102660 Sec.# Day 01 Mon. 02 Mon. 03 Sat. 04 Sat.

Suspension Training®

Date 1/9 - 3/20 4/3 - 5/22 1/14 - 3/25 4/8 - 5/27

Time 6:00 - 7:00pm 6:00 - 7:00pm 9:00 - 10:00am 9:00 - 10:00am

Fee $77/$99 (11 wks) $56/$63 (8 wks) $77/$99 (11 wks) $56/$63 (8 wks)

te d Limi ce. spa

TRX is a suspension training class for any level. Work with just your body weight and discover how to increase strength and flexibility. (Min/Max: 5/10) . Fee: $42/$54 (6 wks) Actv.# 102665 Sec.# Day 01 Mon. 02 Mon. 03 Mon. 04 Mon. 05 Mon. 06 Mon. 07 Tue. 08 Tue. 09 Tue. 10 Thur. 11 Thur. 12 Thur.

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Date Time 1/9 - 2/13 10:30 - 11:15am 2/20 - 4/3 10:30 - 11:15am 4/17 - 5/22 10:30 - 11:15am 1/9 - 2/13 5:30 - 6:15pm 2/20 - 4/3 5:30 - 6:15pm 4/17 - 5/22 5:30 - 6:15pm 1/10 - 2/14 8:15 - 9:00am 2/21 - 4/4 8:15 - 900am 4/18 - 5/23 8:15 - 9:00am 1/12 - 2/16 8:15 - 9:00am 2/23 - 4/6 8:15 - 9:00am 4/20 - 5/25 8:15 - 9:00am No class 3/27 - 3/31

Regis ter fo r any 2 classe s in the sa sessio me n take $ and 5 OFF !

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Fitness - Training

POUND

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ROCKOUT. WORKOUT.

NEW Passport Class starting in January! Using Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND® transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of getting in shape. Instead of listening to music, you become the music in this exhilarating full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. Designed for all fitness levels, POUND® provides the perfect atmosphere for letting loose, getting energized, toning up and rockin’ out! This class is easily modifiable, and the alternative vibe and welcoming philosophy appeals to men and women of all ages and abilities.

See Fitness Center desk for info on pre-launch master classes! Instructors: Jessica Till, Sara Ray & Adrianne Gabel

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ULTIMATE FITNESS EXPERIENCE Experience our Group Training Program and see what you can do!

6 Team Training Sessions Up to 2 Small Group Training Sessions FREE access to the Fitness Center & Track Passport Classes Motivating, Certified, Educated Trainers! Up to

See page 44 for training schedules. Must be used within 30 days of purchase. Offer expires May 1, 2017.

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In-Trinity® is an elevated fitness board and training program designed to build strength, balance and flexibility, coordination and agility. For the first time, In-Trinity® takes the workout off the floor providing access to entirely new movements and completely redefining the training environment.

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In-Trinity®

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP In-Trinity® is an elevated fitness board and training program designed to build strength, balance and flexibility, coordination and agility. For the first time, In-Trinity® takes the workout off the floor providing access to entirely new movements and completely redefining the training environment. (Min/Max: 5/9) Instructors: Nikki Nolan, Sue Lenz, Erin O’Neill, Dana Daniel, Lana Steinecker and Brooke Haller. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Fitness Studio B Actv.# 102540 Sec.# Day 01 Tue. 02 Wed. 03 Wed. 04 Thur. 05 Fri. 06 Tue. 07 Wed. 08 Wed. 09 Thur. 10 Fri.

Date 1/3 - 3/14 1/4 - 3/15 1/4 - 3/15 1/5 - 3/16 1/6 - 3/17 4/4 - 5/30 4/5 - 5/31 4/5 - 5/31 4/6 - 6/1 4/7 - 6/2

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In-Trinity® Light:

Learn the basic movement patterns in a slower paced class that also teaches one to increase flexibility by using negative space and improve strength by defining your own point of comfort. Class well suited for beginners or those looking to improve total flexibility.

In-Trinity® Tone:

Use more movement patterns and begin learning more advanced options. This class will explore more intuitive movement as you become more comfortable with the In-Trinity® board. Class taught at an intermediate pace, but basic options are always available. * (+) indicates class will be taught at an intermediate to advanced pace with more strength-based options and sequences.

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Yoga Yoga Restore - Beginner

Join us for Yoga with our certified instructors: Kathy Gudonis, Lauren Hinkle, Erin O’Neill, Nikki Nolan and Catherine Nealey. You’ll enjoy increased flexibility and muscular strength, reduced stress, improved posture and joint stability and heightened well-being. For all classes, please wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a mat or large towel (mats are available for use). A small towel is also recommended. Sorry, no make-ups for missed classes.

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP Whether you are new to yoga or want a class that focuses on flexibility, strength and stress-release at a more relaxed pace, this class is for you! You will learn basic Hatha yoga postures while concentrating on proper body alignment, stretching, mindful breathing and balance. Tone, strengthen and lengthen your muscles as you gain mind/body awareness, increase stamina and restore your sense of well-being. All levels are welcome, including those with limitations due to pain or mobility. Instructors will help you participate at a level that is comfortable for you. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructors: Kathy Gudonis, Catherine Nealey and Nikki Nolan. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Fitness Studios Actv.# 102550 Sec.# Day 01 Mon. 02 Sat. 03 Mon. 04 Sat.

Yoga Challenge - Intermediate/Advanced

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP Take your yoga workout up a notch! More challenging options and techniques help you learn how to effectively strengthen the abs and low back, tone the upper and lower body, and achieve a deeper flexibility level. It is recommended to have at least 1 session of Yoga Restore before joining this yoga workout. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Nikki Nolan. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Fitness Studio B Actv.# 102553 Sec.# Day Date 01 Mon. 1/2 - 3/13 02 Mon. 4/3 - 5/22

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Fee $88/$110 (11 wks) $64/$80 (8 wks)

Date 1/2 - 3/13 1/7 - 3/18 4/3 - 5/22 4/8 - 5/27

Time 9:15 - 10:15am 9:00 - 10:00am 9:15 - 10:15am 9:00 - 10:00am

Fee $88/$110 (11 wks) $88/$110 (11 wks) $64/$80 (8 wks) $64/$80 (8 wks)

Yoga Tone - Intermediate AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP The ultimate yoga experience for someone who is looking for a more strength-based yoga class. Use weights, and more strength-based poses for a yoga experience different from traditional yoga. Tone, firm and lengthen your muscles while still practicing yoga poses and techniques. Classes may include stability balls and/or bands. Taught at an intermediate to advanced pace. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructors: Erin O’Neill, Nikki Nolan and Catherine Nealey. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Fitness Studios Actv.# 102554 Sec.# Day 01 Tue. 02 Wed. 03 Wed. 04 Tue. 05 Wed. 06 Wed.

Date 1/3 - 3/14 1/4 - 3/15 1/4 - 3/15 4/4 - 5/30 4/5 - 5/24 4/5 - 5/24

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AGES: 10 - 15 YEARS Teens, you now have a yoga class dedicated just for you! Reduce the stress of everyday school and social life, boost self-confidence, tone and shape your body and improve your health and well-being. Yoga can also enhance your performance in sports and academics. A perfect way to start the week! All levels are welcome; you can bring your own mat or use one of ours. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructors: Lauren Hinkle and Kathy Gudonis. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Studio B Actv.# 102558 Sec.# Day Date 01 Mon. 1/2 - 3/13 02 Mon. 4/3 - 5/22

Time 4:15 - 5:15pm 4:15 - 5:15pm

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Teen Yoga - All Levels

Fee $66/$88 (11 wks) $48/$64 (8 wks)

Yoga Jr. - All Levels AGES: 7 - 10 YEARS Let your child channel their energy into this fun, but relaxing yoga class made just for a younger crowd. Your child will learn basic yoga poses, stretching and breathing, but with a less concentrated atmosphere than a traditional yoga workout. This is a great class for any child who is high energy, or even one who doesn’t care for team sports! (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Kathy Gudonis. Fee: SEE BELOW Location: F&RC - Studio A Actv.# 102555 Sec.# Day Date 01 Sat. 1/7 - 3/18 02 Sat. 4/8 -5/27

Time 10:15 - 11:15am 10:15 - 11:15am

Fee $66/$88 (11 wks) $48/$64 (8 wks)

” e s o P A e k i ose r t P e l “S g a E Stand tall on both feet. Lift one leg and wrap it over then around the opposite leg. Drive your support foot into the ground like tree roots while “webbing” your toes to aid in your balance. As you wrap the top leg, sit further down into a squat position to help stabilize the body. Raise arms to shoulder height perpendicular to the floor. Cross left elbow over the right elbow. Try to bring hands to prayer. Bend at the elbows to form a 90Oangle. This completes eagle pose!

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Passport Classes Your Passport to Fitness January 1 - May 31 (No classes 4/16) The classes on this page: • Can be mixed and matched with your Fitness Passport Punch Card.

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FITNESS PASSPORT PUNCH CARD Passport punch cards provide you access to our very popular fitness classes. Mix & Match to get classes that work for your lifestyle! Pass Walk-In

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Fit Lite Series Fit Lite - Low-Impact Training Exercise

Get Fit using basic, simple exercises that focus on balance, core and flexibility. Concentrate on your range of motion and strength while using a variety of equipment. This class is well suited for active aging, extreme beginners or anyone looking for a lite workout.

Fit n’ Stretch

This class blends Yoga/Pilates/Strength/Stabilization/Toning and Flexibility using stability balls, tubes, weights and more. You’ll increase strength and flexibility. Designed to build long, lean muscles, this type of functional fitness is beneficial in fighting the aging process as it strengthens your body to make everyday activities easier and safer.

Min/Max: 5/25 for all classes. Passport classes run continuously per season. Classes will be canceled if the minimum is not met within the first 4 weeks of the season. *All punch cards expire 3 months from date of purchase. Fitness Passport Punch Card does NOT include Jazzercise, Yoga, CycleWorkz, In-Trinity® or Team and Small Group Training classes.

Strength & Toning Series Ab Attack

Work your core in this 30 minute ab focused class. Exercises focus on strengthening, toning and shaping your core and mid-section.

Totally Tone

Get totally toned with this weight training class using dumbbells, stability balls, resistance tubes and/or boards for the ultimate toning experience. Totally Tone is not pre-choreographed and gives your workout a “change” factor, working every major muscle group in each session. This workout is great for all levels, as you can adjust weights throughout class to fit your fitness level.

Mind & Body SunRise Yoga

Reduce stress and wake up your senses! Through basic yoga postures, you will improve balance, flexibility and strength. This class stresses proper body alignment and body awareness. Class taught at beginner pace, but all levels are welcome! Classes on Sunday mornings.

Pilates Tone

Using a system of controlled exercises, you will engage your mind to condition the whole body. Blend core, strength and flexibility to create long lean muscles while reducing stress and improving posture, using tools like ActivMotion bars, slides, mats, rings and more! 52

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POUND®

Using Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND® transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of getting in shape. Instead of listening to music, you become the music in this exhilarating full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. Designed for all fitness levels, POUND® provides the perfect atmosphere for letting loose, getting energized, toning up and rockin’ out! This class is easily modifiable, and the alternative vibe and welcoming philosophy appeals to men and women of all ages and abilities.

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Fitness - Passport Classes

Pre-Choreographed Series

TurboKick

An addictive Cardio Kickboxing workout using choreographed kicks and punches while incorporating dance, sport conditioning and boxing drills. Burn up to 1,000 calories a workout! Box your way through a fun workout for any level!

bootybarre®

bootybarre® is a fun, energetic workout that fuses techniques from Dance, Pilates, and Yoga which will tone, define and chisel the whole body. bootybarre® is the perfect combination of strength and flexibility with an added cardiovascular element utilizing the barre.

Zumba® & Zumba Toning - All Levels

“Ditch the workout, Join the PARTY!” Zumba fuses dance and exercise using hypnotic Latin rhythms mixed with reggaeton, cumbia, salsa and merengue moves! Dance your way to a fitter you. Zumba Toning adds lightweight toning sticks for a great toning workout!

FLEX IT: BarBells - BPD Signature Class

Looking for a weight training workout? This workout is carefully choreographed to music to not only motivate you to lift weights, but to get major results. Target all major muscle groups and concentrate on muscular endurance training, strength training, along with off-set training and much more! You will never get bored in this workout! Great for both males and females of ANY level!

Interval Training Cardio Strength - Well-Suited for Beginners An interval training class with the best of both worlds for cardio and strength! Each class will alternate between basic cardio using step board or floor combinations and weight training combinations. Interval training is the best and fastest way for your body to burn fat!

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This intense workout will condition all major muscle groups and your cardiovascular endurance by using higher intensity and more advanced movement options. The workout uses interval training to keep your body guessing and is set to an intermediate to advanced pace.

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Policies Fitness Center Orientation

Each Fitness Center membership includes a free orientation. New members are required to complete an orientation session before their passes will be issued. Orientation lasts approximately 1/2 hour and is designed to provide basic instruction on how to use the fitness equipment and familiarize members with the Fitness Center Regulations (see below). Orientations are scheduled throughout the week; please contact the Fitness Center Office for an appointment (847) 304-5279.

Fitness Center Regulations

Fitness Assessment

Fitness assessments are available for anyone wishing to evaluate his or her current fitness level. One of our professional trainers will conduct each assessment, which includes the following: • Cardio respiratory fitness and blood pressure. • Body weight and body fat percentage. • Body mass index (BMI) and skeletal muscle. • Visceral fat (fat surrounding your organs). • Flexibility, muscular strength and endurance. Contact the Fitness Center office to schedule your appointment. Participants should wear shorts and loose-fitting t-shirt. Each person is required to sign an Informed Consent Form and complete a brief health history prior to the assessment. A doctor’s release may be necessary. Come back for a second visit to receive your printed results. Fee: $45; FREE for all Yearly Memberships.

In order to provide a safe and friendly exercise environment, Fitness Center members are expected to abide by all rules deemed necessary by the Park District. Memberships • Members must swipe their pass card for entry into the Fitness Center. • All new members must complete their FREE mandatory orientation before pass will be issued. • Memberships are non-transferable. • We are not responsible for lost or stolen cards. Replacement cards are $10. • We offer two types of payment plans for yearly memberships; Annual Payment which reflects a 10% discount or Monthly Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). • Registration form must be completely filled out, with waiver signed and dated. • ID required – for resident rates, proof of residency is required. • Corporate Memberships – proof of full-time employment with an in-district corporation required (i.e. check stub). • Student Memberships – must show a current High School or College ID and proof of age (14 to 24 years). Annual Payment Plan • Payment for membership in full via cash, check or major credit card. • Annual price reflects a 10% discount. EFT Payment Plan The Park District Fitness & Recreation Center offers a convenient monthly payment plan using automatic deductions from your credit card account. • EFT memberships are perpetual (ongoing until a cancellation form is completed and turned in.) • A one-year (twelve-month) commitment is required. • Monthly rates are based on a twelve-month commitment, after which membership converts to month-to-month. • Prices are subject to change after the one-year commitment is fulfilled. • Credit cards only (American Express not accepted for EFT). Membership Refund Policy/Cancellations For all refunds, a Refund/Transfer Form must be completed, dated and signed by the Health and Fitness Manager. Refunds will not be processed if any paperwork is missing or incomplete. Annual Memberships: • Refunds will only be given in case of medical restrictions or moving out of the area (ten mile radius). Proper paperwork must accompany the Refund Request Form (i.e. doctor’s note, closing documents, etc). • Refunds are pro-rated from the date of purchase until the completed paperwork is turned in. EFT Memberships: • One-year commitment required. Refunds will only be given in case of medical restrictions or moving out of the area (ten mile radius). Proper paperwork must accompany the Refund Request Form (i.e. doctor’s note, closing documents, etc). • A $25 cancellation fee will be applied if canceling within the first year of the membership under qualifying cancellation policies. • After one year, a patron may request to cancel their membership only in writing with no penalty. • Refund Request Form must be received by the first of the month to avoid the current month’s charge. Age Restrictions • All fitness center members must be at least 14 years old. • Members under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian sign all waivers and forms at the time of pass purchase. • There are no time restrictions on student memberships. Students may use the fitness center facility during regular business hours. Personal Belongings, Dress and Etiquette • Personal belongings (bags, coats, etc.) must be kept in a locker at all times. No overnight storage is allowed. • Members must dress appropriately; shirts and gym shoes are required (no street shoes or sandals; you must change into workout shoes). • Slamming and dropping of weights and talking on cell phones while in the Fitness Center is strictly prohibited. Towel Service • Small towels are complimentary with all memberships. • Equipment must be toweled off after each use. 54

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Corporate Fitness & Wellness Program Did you know our state-of-the-art Fitness Center offers corporate memberships? Did you know that employees who exercise regularly are 50% more productive in work environments and up to 60% happier at work?

Barrington Community

BLOOD DRIVE

Sponsored by the Barrington Area Development Council and the Barrington Park District

You can take advantage of our Group Training Program, our 4500 sq. ft. fitness floor, personalized program designs and much more for one low fee each month! Please contact Adrianne Gabel at (847) 304-5274 to set up your very own company presentation free of charge. We will come to you, explain everything you need to know about Fitness at the BPD and can even sign up employees on the spot.

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What is the SilverSneakers Fitness Program?

Fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health by encouraging physical activity and offering social events. Unlock the door to greater independence and a healthier life with SilverSneakers. Health plans around the country offer our award-winning program to people who are eligible for Medicare or to group retirees. SilverSneakers provides a fitness center membership to any participating location across the country. This great benefit includes:  • Access to exercise equipment, outdoor pool, and other available amenities. • Health education seminars and other events that promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. • Specially trained Fitness Center Staff will introduce you to SilverSneakers and help you get started. • Member-only access to online support that can help you lose weight, quit smoking or reduce your stress. • SilverSneakers is a benefit offered to members of many Medicare plans across the U.S. If you are part of a Medicare health plan, or if you are a group retiree, you may already have the SilverSneakers benefit. • Find out if your health plan or Medicare Supplement carrier offers SilverSneakers or find a participating health plan in your state. For more information, please contact Jodi Paz at (847) 277-8701 or jpaz@barringtonparkdistrict.org.

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AGES: 65 YEARS AND UP (MUST BELONG TO SILVERSNEAKERS) Have fun and move to music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a SilverSneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is available if needed for seated or standing support. Instructor: SEE BELOW. Fee: FREE Location: F&RC - Fitness Studio A Day Date Time Tue. 1/3 4:00 - 4:45pm Wed. 1/4 11:30am - 12:15pm Fri. 1/6 12:30 - 1:15pm 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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AGES: 65 YEARS AND UP (MUST BELONG TO SILVERSNEAKERS) Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated with low-impact aerobics choreography. A chair is used for standing support, stretching and relaxation exercises. Instructor: Amy Owens. Fee: FREE Location: F&RC - Fitness Studio A Day Date Time Thur. 1/5 4:00 - 4:45pm

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Jazzercise®/Massage

Registration Information Sign Up Anytime!

Jazzercise is a pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results… fast. It’s a calorie-torching, hip-swiveling, Shakira’d-be-proud dance party workout to put your abs to the test, with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn. Incinerate up to 800cph (that’s calories per hour) in one 60 minute class. Stop working out. Start working it…with Jazzercise. Questions? Go to www.jazzercise.com or contact Sue Batko at jazgrl2000@comcast.net or (847) 382-5915.

Jazzercise registrations are taken at class. You may sign up at any time. New students should arrive 15 minutes prior to class. Instructors are available for orientation and/or extra help approximately 30 minutes before and after class. You may also sign up online at www.jazzercise.com.

Jazzercise Fees and Passes

Passes include access to all Jazzercise classes. Passes do not include other Park District fitness classes.

Each 60-minute class includes: • Warm-Up

Monthly Unlimited Pass $44/Month (Payments made by Electronic Funds Transfer/EFT)

• 30-Minute Aerobic Workout • Muscle Toning and Strengthening Using Weights

$60 (students age 13 and older)

Walk-Ins

$15/class ($10 per class for F&RC Fitness Center members)

Seniors (65+ Years) 10% discount on all pricing above A Jazzercise joining fee may apply to all categories.

• Full-Body Stretch

Mondays

8-Week Unlimited Student Pass

Tuesdays

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Sundays

6:00 - 7:00am 9:00 - 10:00am 8:00 - 9:00am 7:00 - 8:00pm 9:00 - 10:00am 7:30 - 8:30pm

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8:00 - 9:00am

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Start for $0 with EFT!

No classes 12/25, 4/6, 5/29 All morning classes meet in the F&RC - Gym; all evening classes meet in the F&RC - Fitness Studios.

Restrictions apply. See Instructor for more info.

The Barrington Park District and Balance Bodyworks Integrated Therapy want to be part of your healing journey!

MASSAGE Appointments scheduled directly with Susan or Rebekah. Susan Tokarz, LMT (847) 514-4504

Rebekah Kopko, LMT (847) 651-2548

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Open Gym $4/$5 All Ages Under 12 years old MUST be accompanied by adult. Hours and availability subject to change without notice, due to programming needs; please call (847) 381-0687 for more information.

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Citizens Park Weather permitting. Tuesday & Thursday 10:00am - 12:00pm

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Bash Skate Park

Pickleball

Volleyball

Sunday (May) 10:00am - 1:00pm

Schedule subject to change. Please call for availability. Wednesday 6:00 - 7:00pm

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Fitness - Jazzercise®/Massage; Athletics - Open Gym/Mini Sportsters

Open Gym/Mini Sportsters Academy

Mini Sportsters Academy AGES: 3 - 5 YEARS The Barrington Park District is excited to bring you the Mini Sportsters Academy. The Sportsters Academy offers some of the best options for Early Childhood athletics in the Barrington Area. Each camp will focus on different sports, activities and skill sets so your child will learn something new in all camps! (Min/Max: 6/8). Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $65/$81 (6 wks) Location: LAC - Gym

Sports Mania

Let your child try the wide world of sports! We explore a different sport each week, which may include basketball, soccer, T-ball, football, and more. We use fun and creative drills; kids get lots of practice with the fundamentals! Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104398 01 Mon. 1/30 - 3/13 11:30am - 12:15pm 02 Mon. 4/10 - 5/15 11:30am - 12:15pm No class 2/20

Just for Kicks

Let your child try out the most popular sport in the world: soccer, in a non-threatening environment. Participants will work on basic drills such as shooting and dribbling, the importance of team play and sportsmanship. Actv.# 104399

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Your preschooler will have a “ball” in this class. Each week, they will fine-tune gross motor skills through different sports skills including throwing, kicking, and running. Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 104395 01 Mon. 1/30 - 3/13 02 Mon. 4/10 - 5/15 No class 2/20

Time 3:00 - 3:45pm 3:00 - 3:45pm

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5 Star Sports 5 Star Sports’ mission is to provide quality sports instruction for all ages starting with beginners to the seasoned pros. Our quality programs provide a fun and safe environment assuring that every child who takes one of our classes not only becomes a better athlete but also has the confidence and love of the game that will last a lifetime.

Flag Football

AGES: 4 - 10 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Lace up your shoes, tie your flags on tight and huddle up with 5 Star Sports flag football. We’ll teach you how to kick, catch and pass like a pro in no time! From first timers, all the way to established veterans, we’re ready to help you on your way to superstardom. Classes will be held once a week and end with a scrimmage, so the players get a solid set of skills as well as the excitement of in-game action. So come score some touchdowns with 5 Star Sports! (Min/Max: 6/24). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: Langendorf Park - Lagoon Field Actv.# 104309 Sec.# Ages Day Date 01 4 - 6 Mon. 4/10 - 5/15 02 7 - 10 Mon. 4/10 - 5/15

Time 4:30 - 5:15pm 5:30 - 6:15pm

Basketball

AGES: 4 - 10 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Junior size basketballs and age-appropriate hoops make this program the perfect introductory class for kids looking to play the game of basketball. By practicing simple drills, the instructor will help kids become familiar with passing, dribbling and shooting. Team play, sportsmanship and fun will be stressed. Play basketball the fun and exciting way, the 5 Star Sports way! (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym B Actv.# Sec.# Age Day Date 104303 01 4 - 6 Sat. 1/14 - 2/18 02 7 - 10 Sat. 1/14 - 2/18 03 4 - 6 Sat. 2/25 - 4/8 04 7 - 10 Sat. 2/25 - 4/8 05 4 - 6 Sat. 4/15 - 5/20 06 7 - 10 Sat. 4/15 - 5/20 No class 3/25

Time 10:00 - 10:45am 11:00 - 11:45am 10:00 - 10:45am 11:00 - 11:45am 10:00 - 10:45am 11:00 - 11:45am

Wee Links AGES: 4 - 6 YEARS This class introduces youngsters to the basics of golf in a relaxed, entertaining, and safe environment. The proper swing action and FUNdamentals will be taught. The basics will assist students in developing good golf habits and will help them to enjoy the game for many years to come. All equipment is provided (5-iron, 9-iron, and putter). (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: LP - Golf Learning Center Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 104318 01 Wed. 4/12 - 5/17

Time 4:30 - 5:15pm

Tee Level Clinic (Beginner) AGES: 7 - 11 YEARS This class teaches basic fundamentals of the golf swing, rules, and etiquette in a fun environment. Kids will learn the basic skills by practicing fun drills and mini-games. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: LP - Golf Learning Center Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 104317 01 Wed. 4/12 - 5/17

Time 5:30 - 6:15pm

Green Level Training (Advanced) AGES: 7 - 11 YEARS This program is designed for youngsters who have already been introduced to golf. On-course play emphasizes all aspects of golf: swing instruction, course management issues, rules, and etiquette. (Min/Max: 8/12). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: LP - Golf Learning Center Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 104316 01 Wed. 4/12 - 5/17

Time 6:15 - 7:00pm

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AGES: 3 - 8 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Every child should experience the world’s most popular game in a way that will put the “fun” in fundamental. All the necessary skills will be covered that will enhance their confidence and prepare them for future play. Dribbling, passing, shooting and teamwork will be priorities during every class. Shin guards are optional. (Min/Max: 8/20). Instructor: 5 Star Sports Staff. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym (Jan. - April); Langendorf Park Lagoon Field (Apri - May) Actv.# 104305 Sec.# Ages Day 01 3 - 4 Thur. 02 5 - 8 Thur. 03 3 - 4 Thur. 04 5 - 8 Thur. 05 3 - 4 Thur. 06 5 - 8 Thur.

Date 1/12 - 2/16 1/12 - 2/16 2/23 - 4/6 2/23 - 4/6 4/13 - 5/18 4/13 - 5/18 No class 3/30

Time 4:30 - 5:15pm 5:30 - 6:15pm 4:30 - 5:15pm 5:30 - 6:15pm 4:30 - 5:15pm 5:30 - 6:15pm

Hockey AGES: 4 - 6 YEARS Hockey has quickly become one of the most popular sports around, and 5 Star Sports believes everyone should be able to play. For these hockey classes, we’ll forget the skates and just focus on the major skills of hockey: Passing, Shooting, Puck Handling, Defense, and Teamwork. The kids will learn through a mix of skill-based games, as well as full-on scrimmages. These classes will allow the kids to learn these skills in a fun and yet controlled and safe environment. No equipment is required, but the participants are more than welcome to bring their own sticks if they please. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 104307 01 Tue. 2/14 - 3/21 02 Tue. 4/11 - 5/16

T-Ball Skills Clinics

Athletics - 5 Star Sports/Knothole

5 Star Sports Cont./Knothole

AGES: 3 - 7 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Pick up a bat, put on a glove, and get out to the baseball diamond with 5 Star Sports! Our T-Ball classes teach the fundamentals in a fun and interactive way with the kids. In this program, your little one will learn to hit, throw, field, and run the bases like a pro! Bats are provided, so we only ask that you bring your own glove. Our coaches engage the kids and work to make sure every participant is involved and learning. (Min/Max: 6/24). Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $81/$101 (6 wks) Location: Langendorf Park - Gym A (Feb. - Mar.)/Concession B Field (Apr.- July) Actv.# Sec.# Ages Day Date 104320 01 3 - 4 Tue. 2/7 - 3/14 02 5 - 7 Tue. 2/7 - 3/14 03 3 - 4 Tue. 4/18 - 5/23 04 5 - 7 Tue. 4/18 - 5/23 204320 01 3 - 4 Tue. 6/6 - 7/18 02 5 - 7 Tue. 6/6 - 7/18 No class 7/4

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

Time 4:30 - 5:15pm 4:30 - 5:15pm

Don’t forget to sign up for the Barrington Park District’s:

Knothole!

Get set for guaranteed fun with this year’s Knothole season! Last season brought a change in the format, highlighting baseball as well as some of our favorite pastime games. This season will build on last year’s success and continue to add more fun and exciting activities in 2017! Once the season concludes, the players get a chance to prove themselves in the playoffs and a season-ending World Series, under the lights with former Knothole players commentating the action!

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SportsKids, Inc. Pee Wee Track & Field

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AGES: 4 - 6 YEARS Join us for a fun workout and to learn about a sport that is rich in tradition and history. This unique class will combine stretching and movement with running, jumping, throwing and other skills used in track and field. Soft Frisbees, swim noodles (used for javelin throw), hurdles and other equipment will help us guide through track and field events in a safe environment. Boys and girls will work on body coordination, agility, balance, and self-confidence as they participate in sprints, relays, longdistance walking, hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track & field events. Our fun approach will help little athletes develop a love of being active. The session will conclude with a fun-filled SportsKids track and field meet on the last day of class. Each child should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104346 01 Mon. 4/24 - 6/5 4:00 - 4:45pm No class 5/29

Youth Track & Field

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Youth Fun with Football

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AGES: 5 - 7 YEARS Are you ready for some football? This no-contact class helps kids learn the skills of football including passing, hiking, catching and punting the ball, as well as team offense and defense. Controlled scrimmages are played once the basic skills have been taught. Each participant should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104355 01 Mon. 4/24 - 6/5 6:15 - 7:00pm No class 5/29

Pee Wee Lacrosse

AGES: 7 - 12 YEARS This class will get kids excited about exercise and teach them about track and field, one of the oldest sports that continues to grow and is highlighted by the Olympics every four years. Participants will learn the fundamentals involved with proper stretching, body positioning, developing core strength, and improving balance as they relate to the jumping, running and throwing skills involved in the sport of track and field. Boys and girls will participate in sprints, relays, long-distance walking, running hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track and field events. Youngsters will participate in a funfilled SportsKids track and field meet on the last day of class. Each child should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow

AGES: 4 - 6 YEARS Play lacrosse like the big kids. Age-appropriate sized sticks and softer balls will be used for safety. Children will learn skills including cradling, stick work, running, passing, shooting, and more. Each child should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# 104340

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Archery

AGES: 7 - 14 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Archery participants will learn the parts of an arrow and recurve bow, the basics of using a recurve bow, and fundamental shooting skills in a safe environment. They also will learn an excellent, nationally recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10-ring progression, which was created by the Coaches Development Committee of the National Archery Association. Blunt tipped arrow, bows, and targets are provided. Both technique and games will be a part of this class. Each participant should bring a water bottle. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $45/$59 (6 wks) Location: CP - Kampert Meadow Actv.# 104341 Ages Sec.# Day Date 7 - 10 yrs. 01 Wed. 4/26 - 5/31 11 - 14 yrs. 02 Wed. 4/26 - 5/31

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High-Performance Indoor Volleyball Camp

AGES: 8 - 14 YEARS (GRADES 3 - 8 SEE BELOW) Join current and former players and coaches for a fun indoor camp! These fun coaches help prepare your child for competitive play while having a fun and educational time. We’ll help improve overall skills and gain an understanding of the game. Over the five-week camp, every player will be instructed on how to pass, set, serve and hit properly, which will be used in game play during the camp. Our coaches are current and former club and college level players, which will make sure each camper leaves the camp with an unforgettable experience. Bring athletic gym shoes and knee pads (if needed). (Min/Max: 6/10). Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $65/$81 (5 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# 104416 Ages Sec.# Day Date 8 - 11 01 Wed. 2/1 - 3/1 (Grades 3 - 5) 02 Wed. 4/12 - 5/10 11 - 14 03 Wed. 2/1 - 3/1 (Grades 6 - 8) 04 Wed. 4/12 - 5/10

Athletics - SportsKids, Inc./Volleyball

Volleyball

Time 4:00 - 5:00pm 4:00 - 5:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm 5:00 - 6:00pm

Volleyball - Skills & Drills Volleykidz™

AGES: 5 - 9 YEARS (GRADES K - 3) Introduce your child to the fun of volleyball! Volleykidz is an introductory class for children in kindergarten through grade 2. The course introduces the pass, set and spike using a very light volleyball. Volleykidz helps improve hand/eye coordination and left/right coordination through the use of fun drills and gross motor games. (Min/Max: 8/24). Instructor: EVP Academies. Fee: $95/$118 (7 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104326 01 Mon. 1/23 - 3/13 4:00 - 4:45pm 02 Mon. 4/3 - 5/15 4:00 - 4:45pm No class 2/20

AGES: 9 - 14 YEARS (GRADES 4 - 8 SEE BELOW) Improve your volleyball game with 60 minutes of drills in setting, passing, overhand serving and spiking. You’ll learn to overhand serve and develop skills to play games. The lesson plan directs the use of self-master training and groups that help each student reach a new level. Instructors organize games at the end of each class. (Min/Max: 8/24). Instructor: EVP Academies. Fee: $95/$118 (7 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# 104327 Ages Sec.# Day Date 9 - 11 01 Mon. 1/23 - 3/13 (Grades 4 - 5) 02 Mon. 4/3 - 5/15 11 - 14 03 Mon. 1/23 - 3/13 (Grades 6 - 8) 04 Mon. 4/3 - 5/15 No class 2/20

Time 4:45 - 5:45pm 4:45 - 5:45pm 5:45 - 6:45pm 5:45 - 6:45pm

Adult Indoor Volleyball League

AGES: 18 YEARS AND UP Be a part of the non-stop, fast-paced action. If you like to compete, this is the league for you. We play a 8-week regular season with a season-ending tournament provided by EVP Academies. Don’t have a team? Fill out a Free Agent Form that can be found at the Barrington Park District F&RC front desk or online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. A complete game schedule can be found at evptour.com. Team Fee: $350/$438 (10 wks) Location: F&RC - Gyms A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Tentative Game Times 104627 01 Mon. 1/23 - 4/10 6:45; 7:45; 8:45pm No games 2/20, 3/27

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Basketball FEES

(unless otherwise indicated):

Dist. 220 Reg.: $139

LEAGUE POLICIES

Non-Dist. 220 Reg.: $167

• After registration deadline (11/11/16 at 5:00pm), all participants will be placed on waitlist, and will be added to a team based on availability.

Late Processing Fee: $25 Registration Deadline: 11/11; 5:00pm

• Refunds will only be given in the case of physical impairment or parent job transfer. Refunds are pro-rated from the date of player’s first practice. (Proper documentation is required.)*

If you register after 5:00pm on 11/11, you WILL be assessed a $25 late processing fee. NO exceptions!

• NO friendship requests will be allowed for players in 3rd grade and above.

IMPORTANT LEAGUE DATES All league schedules can be found at: www.quickscores.com/barrington August 6, 2016................. Resident Registration Began August 16, 2016............... Non-Resident Registration Began November 11, 2016.......... Registration Deadline - YOUTH LEAGUE (Ends at 5:00P.M.) ONLY November 13, 2016.......... Evaluation Date #1

HEAD COACHES NEEDED! As our programs grow, so does our need for coaches. The more coaches we have, the more teams can be formed, and the more each individual child can participate!

Coach Need es ed!

Job Description: The coach should be a sincere, caring individual who can share a few hours a week for practices and games. He/she should also have some knowledge of the sport, serve as a positive role model who encourages good sportsmanship, be safety conscious, have patience and enthusiasm, and most of all, make sure everyone is having a great time!

November 28, 2016.......... MANDATORY Coaches Meeting

Benefits: Is there any better feeling than knowing that you will be rewarded throughout the season as the kids learn from you as well as spending time with your child and being a positive influence on your whole team? If that isn’t enough, each head coach will receive a team plaque.

December 5, 2016............ Practice Begins (Not all teams will start this week)

Coach’s Meeting: All volunteers will be required to attend a coach’s meeting on 11/28, where we will give you some guidelines and an informational packet that will help you while coaching your Park District team.

November 20, 2016.......... Evaluation Date #2

December 9, 2016............ Registration Deadline - D LEAGUE ONLY (Ends at 5:00P.M.) January 8, 2017................ Games Begin

To Volunteer: Fill out a Coaching Application form available at the Fitness and Recreation Center front desk, or online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. If you have any questions, please contact Kent Hengels at (847) 304-5273 or khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org.

January 22, 2017.............. Picture Day (Schedule will be posted closer to picture date) March 5, 2017 ................. Tournament Date #1 (Youth League ONLY) March 12, 2017................ Tournament Date #2 (Youth League ONLY) March 19, 2017................ Tournament Date #3 (High School League ONLY) April 2, 2017..................... Tournament Date #4 (High School & Adult League ONLY) April 9, 2017..................... Tournament Date #5 (If Needed) (High School & Adult League ONLY) All dates subject to change.

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The Barrington Park District and South Barrington Park District have joined together to offer the children in the Barrington area a fun, recreational basketball league. Players of all skill levels are encouraged to participate in this high-energy league for budding hoops players. Whether your child is new to the game or looking to improve basketball skills, this program is the perfect way to have fun playing hoops! GENERAL INFORMATION • Participants are grouped by age: grades 3 & 4, grades 5 & 6 and grades 7 & 8 are combined to create age-appropriate teams. • Players are evaluated before the start of the season to ensure proper team placement. No friendship requests allowed. • All games are officiated by 2 certified referees. • Those interested in coaching a team should submit a coaching application form to Kent Hengels via e-mail at khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org. • Tournament is a two-game guarantee, not a double elimination. • Coaches for each team will determine practice times for that team. All players must attend one practice per week to be eligible for equal playing time during Sunday games.

NO FRIEN DS REQU HIP ESTS ALLO WED!

PRACTICE INFORMATION • All practices are held during the week at various District 220 schools. • Coaches for each team determine the location (school), time and day of the week your child will practice. • Players will be required to attend one practice per week in order to qualify for equal playing time on Sundays. • Practices will be canceled whenever there is a school closing or school function, including winter break.

Athletics - Basketball

Boys’ & Girls’ League Basketball: Grades 3 - 8

* No refunds will be given due to conflicts with practice and game times. ** If enrollment is too low for the Girls 3rd/4th Basketball League, we join an intervillage league. (See bottom of page for information).

Game Information, Times and Registration

For each practice and game, players should wear appropriate athletic wear (shorts, t-shirt and gym shoes). Game jerseys will be provided for each participant. Register at the appropriate grade level for your player (see below). All times below are anticipated game times; practice times will be determined by each team’s coach. Tournament dates will be Sundays, 3/5 and 3/12. If necessary, Saturdays may be used to schedule tournament games. (Min/Max: 40/80). BOYS’ LEAGUE Location: BHS/F&RC Actv.# 304337 Grade Sec.# 3rd 01 4th 02 5th 03 6th 04 7th 05 8th 06

Day Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun.

Date 1/8 - 3/12 1/8 - 3/12 1/8 - 3/12 1/8 - 3/12 1/8 - 3/12 1/8 - 3/12

Tentative Times 2:15; 3:15; 4:15; 5:15; 6:15pm 2:15; 3:15; 4:15; 5:15; 6:15pm 1:00; 2:00; 3:00pm 1:00; 2:00; 3:00pm 3:00; 4:00; 5:00pm 3:00; 4:00; 5:00pm

GIRLS’ LEAGUE ** Location: BHS/F&RC Actv.# 304336 Grade Sec.# Day Date Tentative Times 3rd (Ages 8 - 9) 01 Sun. 1/8 - 3/12 12:00; 1:00pm 4th (Ages 9 - 10) 02 Sun. 1/8 - 3/12 12:00; 1:00pm ** If enrollment is too low for the Girls Basketball League, we join an intervillage league. (See bottom of page for information).

MANDATORY PLAYER EVALUATION DATES All players must register for one of the following dates. Players will be required to stay for the entire evaluation session. Players must arrive 15 minutes prior to their scheduled evaluation start time. EVALUATION SCHEDULE (F&RC - Gyms A/B) Actv.# 304337 – BOYS’ EVALUATION Grade Sec.# Day Date Time 3rd/4th 07 Sun. 11/13 12:30 - 2:00pm 5th/6th 08 Sun. 11/13 2:15 - 3:30pm 7th/8th 09 Sun. 11/13 3:45 - 4:30pm 3rd/4th 10 Sun. 11/20 12:30 - 2:00pm 5th/6th 11 Sun. 11/20 2:15 - 3:30pm 7th/8th 12 Sun. 11/20 3:45 - 4:30pm Actv.# 304336 – GIRLS’ EVALUATION Grade Sec.# Day Date Time 3rd/4th 03 Sun. 11/13 12:30 - 1:30pm 3rd/4th 04 Sun. 11/20 12:30 - 1:30pm

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Girls Interleague Basketball GRADE: 5TH - 8TH (SEE BELOW) Come represent your hometown in this recreational basketball league for 5th to 8th grade girls. We will compete against teams from Bartlett, Dundee, Huntley, Hoffman Estates, Palatine, Streamwood, and South Barrington in this fun new league. There will be a mix of home and away games on Saturdays; you will receive a complete game schedule prior to the start of the season. Practices will be held during the week at the local District 220 schools. All games are refereed by certified officials. Fee: $139/$167 Location: SCHEDULE WILL BE PROVIDED Actv.# 304338 Grades Sec.# Day Date 5th/6th 01 Sat. 1/7 - 3/11 7th/8th 02 Sat. 1/7 - 3/11

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Basketball Developmental Basketball League (D-League)

BOYS & GIRLS IN GRADES 1 - 2 (AGES 6 - 8 YEARS, SEE BELOW) The D-League is the perfect program for younger boys and girls who can’t wait to jump into basketball for the first time. Participants will have fun while learning the fundamentals of the game. To help practice the basics of shooting, the baskets are lowered to 8 feet. A junior size basketball (27.0”-27.5”) is used to help each player work on dribbling and passing. Man-to-Man defense is taught by using colored wristbands worn by each player. Practices are held on Saturdays; games are played on Sundays. Players should wear appropriate athletic attire (shorts and gym shoes). A game jersey and season-ending trophy will be provided to each player. Players will be assigned to teams based on the school they attend. Please indicate which school your child attends on the registration form. This is a parent-coached program; anyone interested in coaching should submit a coaching application form to Kent Hengels via email at khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org. Registration deadline: 12/9 at 5:00pm. $25 late processing fee after deadline (sorry, no exceptions). (Min/Max: 40/100). Fee: $95/$118 (8 wks) Location: F&RC – Gym A & B; Roslyn Road - Gym Actv.# 304397

Grade/Age Gr. 1 (Ages 6 - 7) Gr. 2 (Ages 7 - 8)

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Day Sun. Sun.

Date 1/8 - 2/26 1/8 - 2/26

Tentative Game Times 11am; 12pm; 1pm or 2pm 11am; 12pm; 1pm or 2pm

High School Basketball League GRADES: 9 - 12 A relaxed environment, there are no player evaluations; players can form their own team or join as a “Free Agent” to get added to an existing team. Each team MUST have a team captain, who will be responsible for all team information. Teams may have a maximum of 10 players; teams of 8 players or less are subject to “Free Agents” being added to their team. The league will be split into two levels based on skill; “Red” level for Sophomores-Seniors is more competitive, and “White” level for Freshmen-Juniors is less competitive (teams may be moved from one level to the other, based on the discretion of the program supervisor). Participants play eight league games that conclude with a tournament on 4/2 and 4/9. Spots will be held for the first 12 teams that submit a team roster, complete with 8 or more registered players (non-registered players will NOT be counted as a filled roster spot). All remaining spots will be filled based on availability. A set of jerseys will be provided to each team and must be worn at each game. For further information, or for a complete set of rules, contact Kent Hengels at khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org or call (847) 304-5273. Registration deadline: 12/9 at 5:00pm (NO EXCEPTIONS). (Min/Max: 8/14 teams). Fee: Dist. 220 - $120/$145 (12 wks) Location: BHS; F&RC - Gyms A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Level Grades 304335 01 Sun. 1/8 - 4/9 Red 10 - 12 02 Sun. 1/8 - 4/9 White 9 - 11 No games 2/5, 2/12, 3/26 (subject to change)

Tentative Game Times 4:00; 5:00, 5:15, 6:15, 7:15, 8:15pm 4:00; 5:00, 5:15, 6:15, 7:15, 8:15pm

Adult Basketball League AGES: MEN AND WOMEN 18 YEARS AND UP Basketball is a game you can play even when you’re long past your high school glory days. Gather up a team for this adult league, which plays for 8 weeks and concludes with a season-ending tournament. Cash prize for the winner; two twenty-minute halves. If you want to play but don’t have a full team, fill out the Free Agent Form that can be found at the Barrington Park District F&RC or online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. For more information and a team registration packet, contact Kent Hengels at (847) 304-5273 or khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org. (Min/Max: 6/12 teams). Fee: $500/$550 Location: F&RC - Gyms A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Tentative Game Times 304339 01 Sun. 1/8 - 4/9 7:15pm; 8:15pm; 9:15pm No games 2/5, 2/12, 3/26 (dates subject to change)

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Learn an Olympic sport from USA Team Handball Men’s Junior National Team coach, Craig Rot: • • • • • • • •

Maintains International Handball Federation’s Top Coaches A License Men’s Cadet, Youth and Junior National Team Coach USATH Men’s and Women’s North Regional Coach President of Twin Cities Handball Club and Barrington Team Handball Club Lecturer for IHF’s Commission of Coaching and Methods Executive Committee Member IHF Handball@School Program Created National Pilot Program and Guidebook for Youth Outreach in United States 2015 USOC Developmental Coach of the Year

Mustangs (Boys and Girls Team Handball)

GRADES 4 - 5 In this program, kids learn the technical and tactical basics of Team Handball through a series of developmentally appropriate drills and mini-games that are designed to be fun, exciting and safe for young athletes. Kids learn the group problem-solving skills that will be required of them to play the sport at the next level, and will apply these skills in smallsided games. This program is a perfect introduction to the sport. Tuesdays are practice days. Saturdays are game days. Fee: $200/$250 Location: F&RC - Gym A (Tuesdays); LAC - Gym (Saturdays) Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104367 Tue. 7:00 - 8:30pm 01 1/17 - 3/18 Sat. 11:00am - 12:30pm Tue. 7:00 - 8:30pm 02 3/21 - 5/27 Sat. 11:00am - 12:30pm No class 3/25, 3/28

Stallions (Boys Team Handball)

GRADES 6 - 8 In this program, our middle school boys learn a series of technical and tactical skills based on three developmental milestones - Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced - moving from fun to competitive to elite. All groups practice together, but are monitored individually by their own staff. In Beginner, players learn the basics of Team Handball and are slowly introduced to the physicality of the sport. In Intermediate, players test their technical and tactical skills in a mixed environment, working with both the Beginner and Advanced players. In Advanced, players are participating in elite athletic training, considered part of regional and national team development, and will be expected to follow an individualized training regiment during the week. Tuesdays are practice days. Saturdays are game days. Fee: $225/$275 Location: F&RC - Gym A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104368 Tue. 7:00 - 8:30pm 01 1/17 - 3/18 Sat. 2:00 - 3:00pm 02 Tue. 3/21 - 5/27 7:00 - 8:30pm Sat. 2:00 - 3:00pm No class 3/25, 3/28

Athletics - Basketball/Handball

Barrington Team Handball Club

Barrington Team Handball Club is dedicated to the development of players from novice to elite, from elementary school through high school, and sends teams to Sweden each summer competing in the Partille Cup, the largest youth handball tournament, which each year welcomes more than 15,000 players from all over the world. This year, our boy’s and girl’s teams shocked the European competition, beating many of its best clubs, earning our place in its elite playoffs, not to mention a couple of articles in one of Sweden’s largest newspapers. Whether you are looking for a fun experience or international competition, now is the perfect time to get involved with this great program.

Broncos (Boys Team Handball)

GRADES 9 - 12 In this program, players will gain the fullest understanding of Team Handball, all the while developing as athletes in a skills-rich environment. Players will learn and master top-level technical and tactical skills, and do so in a manner that simulates the speed of this fast-paced game. This program is a great cross-training platform for out-of-season athletes, and should be used to develop agility, strength and speed for soccer, baseball, softball, basketball and football players. Thursdays are practice days. Saturdays are game days. Fee: $250/$300 Location: F&RC - Gym A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104369 Thur. 7:00 - 8:30pm 01 1/19 - 3/18 Sat. 3:00 - 4:30pm 02 Thur. 3/23 - 5/27 7:00 - 8:30pm Sat. 3:00 - 4:30pm No class 3/25, 3/30

Fillies (Girls Team Handball)

GRADES 5 - 8 In this program, our middle school girls learn a series of technical and tactical skills based on three developmental milestones - Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced - moving from fun to competitive to elite. All groups practice together, but are monitored individually by their own staff. In Beginner, players learn the basics of Team Handball and are slowly introduced to the physicality of the sport. In Intermediate, players test their technical and tactical skills in a mixed environment, working with both the Beginner and Advanced players. In Advanced, players are participating in elite athletic training, considered part of regional and national team development, and will be expected to follow an individualized training regiment during the week. Wednesdays are practice days. Saturdays are game days. Fee: $225/$275 Location: F&RC - Gym A (Wednesdays); F&RC - Gyms A/B (Saturdays) Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 104365 Wed. 7:00 - 8:30pm 01 1/18 - 3/18 Sat. 4:30 - 6:00pm Wed. 7:00 - 8:30pm 02 3/22 - 5/27 Sat. 4:30 - 6:00pm No class 3/25, 3/29 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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E-Town Tennis Our tennis programs emphasize fun, fitness and friendship. All programs provide a wide variety of instruction, including stroke development, strategy, court positioning, shot selection, footwork and supervised match play. All classes are taught by E-Town Tennis, USTA Certified Instructors. Please dress in appropriate attire for physical activity and bring a tennis racquet. For questions regarding registration and fees, please call Kent Hengels at the Barrington Park District office at (847) 304-5273. For information about program content and levels of play, call E-Town Tennis at (847) 498-1360. Registration deadline: 1 week before the first day of class.

Private Lessons

Fee: $80/$100 Per Hour Want to work on those skills with a Pro? E-Town Tennis will be providing private lessons that fit your needs. We will get you in touch with the pros over at E-Town to figure out a private lesson that will work with your busy schedule. Please contact the Barrington Park District for more information.

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Junior Tennis - Thursday

Junior Tennis - Saturday

AGES: 4 - 10 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Fee: $105/$131 (7 wks) Location: LAC - Gym

AGES: 4 - 10 YEARS (SEE BELOW) Fee: $105/$131 (7 wks) Location: Roslyn Rd. Elementary

Actv.# 104313 Actv.# 104313 Sec.# Day Date Time Level Sec.# Day Date Time Level 01 Thur. 1/19 - 3/2 4:00 - 5:00pm QuickStart 1 & 2 03 Sat. 1/21 - 3/4 9:00 - 10:00am QuickStart 1 & 2 02 Thur. 3/16 - 5/4 4:00 - 5:00pm QuickStart 1 & 2 04 Sat. 3/18 - 5/6 9:00 - 10:00am QuickStart 1 & 2 No class 3/30 No class 4/1 Actv.# 104314 Actv.# 104314 Sec.# Day Date Time Level Sec.# Day Date Time Level 03 Sat. 1/21 - 3/4 10:00 - 11:00am Beg./Adv. Beg./QuickStart 01 Thur. 1/19 - 3/2 5:00 - 6:00pm Beg./Adv. Beg. 04 Sat. 3/18 - 5/6 10:00 - 11:00am Beg./Adv. Beg./QuickStart 02 Thur. 3/16 - 5/4 5:00 - 6:00pm Beg./Adv. Beg. No class 4/1 No class 3/30 Quick Start 1 & 2: Ages 4 - 6 Years Quick Start Tennis is used to help develop skills and play tennis games utilizing smaller sized rackets, low compression tennis balls, and smaller court sizes. This program develops proper technique and is great for all ages. Students progress at a faster pace through each skill test using proper tennis balls and courts designed for their own unique abilities and needs. Beginner/Advanced Beginner: Ages 6 - 10 Years Beginner class is ideal for ages 6+ just taking up tennis. Instruction includes eye-hand coordination, racquet skills, stroke production with emphasis on ground strokes, serve, return and volleys. Court position, scoring and singles and doubles strategy are introduced. Advanced beginner classes are for the students who have had basic instruction but need further review of fundamentals. Stroke development, footwork, strategy and match play is included.

Prorating and Rain Make-Up Policies Tennis classes will not be prorated. Those who cannot complete a class due to injury/health reasons may receive a prorated refund after submitting a doctor’s note. Missed classes may be made up by attending an equivalent class within the same session; the instructor must be notified in advance by calling E-Town Tennis at (847) 498-1360. To find out whether your class has been cancelled due to rain, please call the tennis rain hotline at (847) 381-0881. If your tennis class is rained out, you either may attend an equivalent-level class within the same session or the instructor will discuss a make-up with the participants at the next class after the rain out. For details about the rain-out policy, please call E-Town Tennis at (847) 498-1360 or view it at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. 66

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W. Kim Taekwondo

AGES: 2 - 1/2 YEARS TO ADULT Martial arts is great fun for kids… and a great way to give them a head start in life. For over 25 years, the masters and instructors at W. Kim Taekwondo have been teaching the positive benefits of self-discipline and confidence to help the children develop coordination and increase their strength and flexibility. Because respect is built into martial arts, children develop the ability to listen, learn and achieve within a highly regulated environment of trust and encouragement. With a right balance of exercise and skills training that will build endurance, strength, flexibility and mental toughness, students learn the principles of respect, willpower and the satisfaction of doing their best. When they have the determination to step up and give it their best effort, they are always rewarded with the prize of personal satisfaction. We teach the fundamentals by combining the time-tested Eastern philosophy of martial arts with a modern approach of Western teaching philosophy. We offer a well-balanced program for adults and children that emphasizes respect, self-esteem, fitness and integrity. We follow a 1:8 ratio – when there are more than eight students, an additional instructor will be added. Please visit www.wkimtaekwondo.com for more information. (Min/Max: 4/16).

Athletics - Tennis/Taekwondo/Self-Defense

W. Kim Taekwondo/Self-Defense

REGISTRATION AND FEES ALL CLASSES TAKE PLACE AT F&RC – MULTI-PURPOSE A OR W. KIM PALATINE (724 W. EUCLID AVE) SEE CHART BELOW. Actv.# 104437 Class

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Tiny Tigers (Ages 21/2 - 4)

01 02 03 04

Mon. Mon. Tue. Tue.

1/9 - 3/13 3/20 - 5/22 1/10 - 3/14 3/21 - 5/23

6:30 - 7:00pm 6:30 - 7:00pm 4:15 - 4:45pm 4:15 - 4:45pm

$100/$125 (10 wks) $100/$125 (10 wks) $100/$125 (10 wks) $100/$125 (10 wks)

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Little Tigers (Ages 4 - 7) Tigers (Ages 8 - 14) Combo Class Divided by Age

05 06 07 08

Mon. Mon. Tue. Tue.

1/9 - 3/13 3/20 - 5/22 1/10 - 3/14 3/21 - 5/23

7:00 - 7:45pm 7:00 - 7:45pm 5:45 - 6:30pm 5:45 - 6:30pm

$125/$156 (10 wks) $125/$156 (10 wks) $125/$156 (10 wks) $125/$156 (10 wks)

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Little Tigers Advanced (Ages 4 - 14)

09 10

Tue. Tue.

1/10 - 3/14 3/21 - 5/23

6:30 - 7:30pm 6:30 - 7:30pm

$185/$231 (10 wks) $185/$231 (10 wks)

F&RC - Multi-Purpose A F&RC - Multi-Purpose A

High Advanced 11 Tue. 1/10 - 3/14 Red Belt & Up 12 Tue. 3/21 - 5/23

6:30 - 8:00pm 6:30 - 8:00pm

$278/$347 (10 wks) $278/$347 (10 wks)

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Orange Belt & Up

The Brave Way Self-Defense Training for Youth, Teens & Adults

AGES: 12 YEARS AND UP (AGES 8 - 11 WITH PARENT) Originally certified by the State of Illinois to teach police officers, this is one of the easiest to learn and most effective self-defense class that you can take. We will teach you the techniques that will stop an attacker immediately. They are easy to learn and use, do not require constant practice or years of training to master, and work regardless of your age, size, strength, speed, skill or physical ability. You’ll work with a partner to learn the methods taught in class which include defenses against armed and unarmed attackers; single/multiple attackers; standing, sitting, and ground techniques; and rape defense/prevention. You’ll learn to anticipate and avoid potentially dangerous situations and how to defend yourself from a physical attack including; grabs, punches, chokes, bear hugs, headlocks, kicks, knives, guns, and more from a much bigger and stronger attacker. Participants will also be given a take home Personal Safety Guide to help make you safer in all areas of your lives. The course is targeted at teens and adults, but 8 -11 year olds can also sign up and take the class with an adult. (Min/Max: 2/20). Instructor: The Brave Way. Fee: $45/$55 (1 day) Location: F&RC – John Sullivan B Actv.# 104634

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True Lacrosse

AGES: 6 - 14 YEARS True Lacrosse has hosted the top Spring Lacrosse League in IL since 2008. Our combined knowledge, experience, and passion allows us to offer the best services and guidance necessary to further develop the fastest game on two feet. We understand that lacrosse is a lifestyle, not a hobby, and we value the dedication required to excel in this sport. There are two great components that separate True Lacrosse from other leagues. Skill Development: All players and teams participating in the league will undergo a skill developmental session before game play each week.  Players will learn the proper technique and game strategy to become successful. True Lacrosse will have its premier coaching staff on hand each week to ensure all players are learning and playing in a safe environment. True coaches include, professional and college lacrosse players, and some active and post college lacrosse players. Competition: True Lacrosse has consistently brought the best players and teams together in the fall. Certified officials for all games and weekly game recaps online makes True Lacrosse the most desired league in IL. If you are looking for the best in Lacrosse, then you have found it. (Min/Max: 20/80). Instructor: True Lacrosse. Fee: $175/$215 (9 wks) Location: RBP - Lacrosse Fields Actv.# 104361 Level Sec.# U9 Born on or after 9/1/2007 01 U11 Born on or after 9/1/2005 02 U13 Born on or after 9/1/2003 03 U15 Born on or after 9/1/2001 04

Grade 3rd 4th - 5th 6th - 7th 8th

Date 4/3 - 6/4 4/3 - 6/4 4/3 - 6/4 4/3 - 6/4

Practice Days Mon./Wed. Mon./Wed. Mon./Wed. Mon./Wed.

Game Day Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun.

(Games scheduled between 8:00am - 1:00pm)

Important Dates: • Registration Deadline: 2/27/17

• Parent Information Meeting: 1/19/17

• Tryout Date: 4/2/17

• Coaches Meeting: 1/26/17 All dates subject to change.

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Illinois Girls’ Lacrosse Association AGES: 6 - 13 YEARS (GRADES 2 - 8)

Pink Level (Grades 2 - 8): Be part of a youth lacrosse league exclusively for girls from Chicago, north, northwest, west, and south suburbs. The emphasis of this program is to develop the girls within the sport of lacrosse. The goals of the program are to understand the rules of lacrosse, active teamwork, sportsmanship and foster personal development in a respectful environment led by positive coaching. Pink players practice once a week on Tuesdays at Ron Beese Park. Games are on Sundays between 1:00 - 6:00pm within your division. Purple Level (Grades 3 - 8): This level is for players who have more experience as well as a higher skill level. Experienced players interested in the Purple level must attend a Skills Assessment Session in January/February and will receive notification of placement before registering with their Park District. Girls who played Purple during the spring 2016 season DO NOT need to attend an assessment and DO NOT need to wait to register with their park district. All practices are 1.5 hours, twice per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Ron Beese Park. Games are held on Sunday afternoons between 1:00 - 6:00pm. Because there are fewer “Purple Level” teams, there may be more travel for game days.

Level Grade/Ages Actv.# 8U 2nd - 3rd (6 - 7) 10U 4th - 5th (8 - 9) 104348 Pink 12U 6th - 7th (10 - 11) 14U 7th - 8th (12 - 13) 10U 4th - 5th (8 - 9) 104349 12U 6th - 7th (10 - 11) Purple 14U 7th - 8th (12 - 13)

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Date 4/9 - 6/4 4/9 - 6/4 4/9 - 6/4 4/9 - 6/4 4/9 - 6/4 4/9 - 6/4 4/9 - 6/4

Practice Day(s) Tue. Tue. Tue. Tue. Tue./Thur. Tue./Thur. Tue./Thur.

Practice Time 5:30 - 6:30pm 5:30 - 6:30pm 5:30 - 6:45pm 5:30 - 6:45pm 5:30 - 6:30pm 5:30 - 6:45pm 5:30 - 6:45pm

Game Day Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun.

Fee $200/$250 $200/$250 $200/$250 $200/$250 $300/$375 $300/$375 $300/$375

No games: 4/16, 5/28 No practice: 5/29

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Players must have an IGLA pinny. If player has pinny from 2016, she may wear it during Spring 2017 as long as it is the same color. New pinnys may be purchased for $20. Each player must have their own stick, goggles and a mouth guard for all practices and games. You can find more information about equipment at iglax.org (found under the “Get Ready to Play” tab). REGISTRATION (2 STEP PROCESS): 1. Register and pay at the Barrington Park District. 2. Fill out the Player Information Form on iglax.org (under the “Registration” tab). Click “Submit”. PRACTICES/GAMES: All practice location specifics can be found at iglax.org. Game schedule will be posted by April 12. Sunday, April 9 will be the first practice and games will begin Sunday, April 23. All players will receive equal playing time. No practices/games on Memorial Day weekend 5/27 - 5/29.

PARENT INFORMATION MEETING: Details to be posted on iglax.org. under the “Volunteer” tab. We need parent volunteers (coaches and team support). Click on our “Volunteer” tab (no lacrosse experience necessary). Training classes available. PRE-SEASON CLINIC: Fee: $10. For more information and to register, please visit IGLAX.ORG. IGLA YOUTH FESTIVAL: All teams will participate in this super fun end-of-season tournament. More information can be found at IGLAX.ORG.

6U Fundamentals Clinic

Is your daughter interested in learning a new sport? Lacrosse is the fastest growing sport on two feet! Let the Illinois Girls Lacrosse Association help your daughter find her new passion - every girl who plays is HOOKED! Join IGLA this spring for a weekly 1-hr. clinic for the younger lacrosse player wanting to learn the FUNdamentals of lacrosse. The goals of this program are to introduce lacrosse and develop basic skills for our youngest players, using fun games and coaching techniques. IGLA will use soft balls so only a stick is required to play. A parent meeting will be held after the first clinic. After registering for this program, please go to iglax.org and fill out a player information form. IGLA will provide a T-Shirt for all participants. Location: RBP - Larosse Fields 1/2/3 Actv.# Grade/Ages 104351 Kindergarten - 1st (5 - 6) 2017 Winter/Spring Brochure

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Teen/Adult Athletics

Teen/Adult Athletics Pickleball Open Gym

Beginner Pickleball

AGES: 55 YEARS AND UP This class is for those who have never played pickleball before or who have very limited experience with the sport. It will focus on pickleball basics such as forehand and backhand shots, serving, and court positioning. Players will also learn scoring and the rules of the game through drills and playing time. The slower pace of this class will give players the opportunity to develop the skills needed to play this fun and energetic game. All equipment will be provided. (Min/Max: 3/8). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $86/$107 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# Sec.# Day 104640 01 Wed. 02 Wed. 03 Wed.

Date 1/4 - 2/8 2/15 - 3/22 4/12 - 5/17

Time 10:00 - 11:00am 10:00 - 11:00am 10:00 - 11:00am

Advanced Beginner Pickleball

AGES: 55 YEARS AND UP This class is for advanced beginners who have some experience and want to move at a faster pace to improve their basic shots and strategy. Players will participate in challenging drills to work on consistency in forehand and backhand shots, serving, volleying, dinks and lobs. Through matches played each week, players will get the chance to take their game to the next level by learning how to play smarter, not harder. All equipment will be provided. (Min/Max: 3/8). Instructor: SportsKids, Inc. Fee: $86/$107 (6 wks) Location: F&RC - Gym A Actv.# 104641

Sec.# Day 01 Wed. 02 Wed. 03 Wed.

Date 1/4 - 2/8 2/15 - 3/22 4/12 - 5/17

Time 11:00am - 12:00pm 11:00am - 12:00pm 11:00am - 12:00pm

Adult Basketball League AGES: MEN AND WOMEN 18 YEARS AND UP Basketball is a game you can play even when you’re long past your high school glory days. Gather up a team for this adult league, which plays for 8 weeks and concludes with a season-ending tournament. Cash prize for the winner; two twenty-minute halves. If you want to play but don’t have a full team, fill out the Free Agent Form that can be found at the Barrington Park District F&RC or online at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. For more information and a team registration packet, contact Kent Hengels at (847) 304-5273 or khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org. (Min/Max: 6/12 teams). Fee: $500/$550 (12 wks) Location: F&RC - Gyms A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Tentative Game Times 304339 01 Sun. 1/8 - 4/9 7:15; 8:15pm; 9:15pm No games 1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 3/26. (dates subject to change) 70

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP Come out for a fun day of open play Pickleball. The nets will be set up, so bring your friends and paddles and play a few pick-up games at the BPD. Equipment available for rent at the front desk. Fee: $4/$5 Location: F&RC - Gym Day Date Time Sun. April - May 10:00am - 1:00pm Mon. & Fri. January - May 10:00am - 12:00pm No Open Gym 3/27, 3/31, 4/2, 4/9

Softball Leagues

AGES: 14 AND UP (SEE BELOW) Gather up your friends and neighbors and form a softball team! It’s a ton of fun and a great stress- reliever after work. Teams interested in playing should contact Kent Hengels at (847) 304-5273 or visit: www.barringtonparkdistrict.org for a team registration packet. The leagues fill quickly, so don’t be left out! Cash prizes to the league and tournament champions! All leagues, except High School, play a 10-game schedule through the spring with a maximum of two rain-outs; High School plays 8 games. Sorry, specific game time requests will not be honored. If you want to play but don’t have a full team, fill out the Free Agent Form that can be found at the Barrington Park District F&RC or online. (Min/Max: 6/12 teams per league). Fee: $600/$650 per team; $500/$550 per High School team (14 wks) Location: BPD - Langendorf Park Main and Pony Field Game Times: 6:45pm, 7:55pm or 9:05pm Actv. #104622 Men’s 16" Women’s 12" High School 14" Men’s 12" Co-Rec 14"

Sec.# 01 02 03 04 05

Day Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. Fri.

Date 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5

Field Main/Pony Main/Pony Main/Pony Main/Pony Main

Ages 18+ 18+ 14 - 18 18+ 18+

Golf Learning Center ALL AGES WELCOME! The Barrington Park District operates a 5-hole, par 3 Golf Learning Center From April 1 to November 1, the course is open daily from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., weather permitting. Park District programs have priority over golf course usage. Lesson and league times are posted on the Course Information Board at the first tee. For more information on golf lessons or golf programming, contact Kent at: khengels@barringtonparkdistrict.org. GOLF COURSE SEASON PASS (April 1 - November 1, 2017) Youth (12 years & under) $60/$85 Adult (13 - 59 years) $75/$94 Senior (60 years and up) $60/$85 Family (4-person max) $200/$250

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DAILY GOLF FEES (10 HOLES/2 ROUNDS) Youth (4 - 17 years) $6/$8 Adult (18 - 59 years) $8/$10 Senior (60 years and up) $6/$8 Family $2 discount each person

Must show proof of residency to receive residency rate. Residents may obtain a membership I.D. card for free. Discounted fees will be given to threesomes or foursomes comprised of parents and immediate family members. www.barringtonparkdistrict.org

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Mah Jongg: Beginner

AGES: ADULT Come join this class to be part of the millions of players who already enjoy the game called Mah Jongg. It is a fascinating rummy-like game played with tiles rather than cards. At the completion of this class, every student will know the Mah Jongg basics and the elementary principles of the game. The class is for beginners and perfect for those who played the game years ago & need refresher classes to brush up on skills, rules and strategies. Mah Jongg sets are encouraged, but not required for this class. It is Mandatory to attend the 1st and 2nd classes, and Mah Jongg cards are required for every student priced at $9.00 (in addition to class cost) & supplied by the instructor at the first class. Students already having a 2016 National Mah Jongg League published card are exempt. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Pamela Max. Location: SEE BELOW Fee: $65/$81 (6 wks) Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 102930 01 Fri. 2/17 - 3/24

Time 9:30 - 11:30am

Location F&RC - John Sullivan A

Athletics - Teen/Adult; Adult - Programs

Programs

Mah Jongg-Continued Beginner

AGES: ADULT This class is for students who have recently completed the beginner class and feel that they need more supervision and assistance during the Mah Jongg games. We will continue to explore all skills, rules and strategies. Mah Jongg sets are encouraged, but not required for this class. Mah Jongg cards are required for every student priced at $9.00 (in addition to class cost) & supplied by the instructor at the first class. Students already having a 2016 National Mah Jongg League published card are exempt. (Min/Max: 6/12). Instructor: Pamela Max. Fee: $65/$81 (6 wks) Location: SEE BELOW Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 102931 01 Fri. 4/7 - 5/12

Puppy/Dog Obedience & Training

Time 9:30 - 11:30am

DOG AGES: 10 WEEKS AND UP TRAINER AGES: 10 YEARS AND UP Dogs who have formal training are always better companions.These classes emphasize a positive approach to behavior modification at home as well as in the show ring. The instructor only uses the most compassionate and motivational methods of training. Your dog will learn only by positive and gentle reinforcement. Paper copy of age-appropriate vaccinations must be handed to instructor on the first day of class. Please also bring a toy, ball and a blanket to class. Trainers must be 10 years of age. (Min/Max: 5/12). Instructors: Karen Leoni and MaryAnn Stanislawski. Fee: $55/$68 (6 wks) Location: CP - Pavilion

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AGES: 21 YEARS AND UP A little paint, a little wine, and a whole lot of fun. Ladies, join the Barrington Park District and Clay Monet for a fun night out! Create your own masterpiece with the help of a professional. Sip a glass of wine while you channel your inner artist. Paint your choice of an adorable bird house or a pretty flower pot. This is a night you won’t want to miss! Wine and light appetizers are included. Please bring a valid I.D. Your masterpiece will be available to be picked up 7 - 10 days after your class at the F&RC. Registration deadline: April 7. (Min/Max: 5/20). Instructor: Clay Monet

Friday, 4/24 6:30 - 8:30pm Fee: $40/$48 Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A Actv.# 105550 Sec.# 01

Latin Dance

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP Come and join the fun and excitement of Latin dance! Learn how to Salsa and Rumba. Improve your skills and learn new steps in this introductory/refresher session. We will go over the basics on how to lead & follow, and how to do turns and other spicy moves. Couples are recommended. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. (Min/Max: 8/24). Instructor: Dance Techs staff. Fee: $46/$57 (2 wks) Location: F&RC - Dance Studio Actv.# Sec.# Day Date 105516 01 Mon. 3/6 - 3/13

Time 7:30 - 9:00pm

Wedding and Social Dance

AGES: 16 YEARS AND UP This is the perfect class for anyone with any type of upcoming social engagement. You will learn to dance to three different dances and many types of music. This class will introduce you to the Waltz, Cha Cha and Swing dances. Improve your skills, learn new steps and how to lead & follow. Couples are recommended. Couples will not rotate partners. Singles are not guaranteed a partner. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Instructor: Dance Techs staff. Fee: $46/$57 (4 wks) Location: F&RC - Dance Studio Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 105515 01 Wed. 5/3 - 5/31 7:30 - 8:45pm No class 5/10

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Trips

Trip Policies & Cancellations Suggested Ages for Trips Adult/Active trips are appropriate for anyone ages 18 and over. Mature Adult trips are most appropriate for ages 55 and up, but all adults are welcome. Pick-up/Drop-off Times Pick-up/drop-off location is at the Park District Fitness and Recreation Center - lobby unless otherwise noted. Departure times are set and abided by. If changes occur, participants will be notified by phone. Return times may vary depending on traffic or weather conditions; we make every attempt to return by the designated time. Refunds Refunds are only given under the following conditions: 1: The trip is cancelled by the Barrington Park District. 2: The person asking for a refund finds a replacement for the trip. 3: The Park District has a waiting list and is able to sell your ticket. If we have not met our registration minimum by the deadline date (if one is listed), then the trip will be cancelled and a full refund will be issued. All payments are required in full at time of registration. Please notify the Park District in advance if any special ADA or dietary accommodations are needed for the trip.

FRI. - DEC. 2

WALNUT ROOM/MACY’S ON STATE CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON

WED. - JAN. 25

DRURY LANE THEATRE: SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER THE MUSICAL

WED. - FEB. 8

FASHION OUTLETS OF CHICAGO

FRI. - FEB. 17

DEATH BY CHOCOLATE

TUE. - FEB. 21

THE LITTLE TRAVELER

FRI. - MARCH 17

MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING MOVIE DAY

FRI. - MARCH 22

PABST MANSION

FRI. - MARCH 26

CHICAGO FLOWER & GARDEN SHOW

WED. - APRIL 19

CHICAGO PROHIBITION TOUR

FRI. - APRIL 21

VIGNETO DEL BINO WINE TASTING

WED. - MAY 17

SHIPSHEWANA

Adults - Programs/Trips

Trips

Food, Fun and Friendships MONDAYS

AGES: ALL ADULTS We are continuing our tradition of holding a Breakfast/Brunch on the last Monday of every month (unless there is a holiday, then it will be one week prior). Each month will feature a distinct theme (see below). Come out with your friends and join BACOA and the Barrington Park District as we celebrate different cuisines and memorable events each month. Mark your calendars now! (Min/Max: 10/150). Fee: $7 Location: F&RC - John Sullivan A/B Actv.# 302900 102900

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Trips WALNUT ROOM/MACY’S ON STATE CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS

Join BACOA and the Barrington Park District for a wonderful pre-holiday Christmas luncheon. We will travel downtown Chicago Macy’s - State Street to view the beautifully lit Christmas tree and eat a scrumptious lunch in a private area at the Walnut Room. There will be a photographer on hand to take pictures of the group. Copies of the photos will be available at a later date. The Walnut Room is famous for their Chicken Pot Pie, which was based on Mrs. Hering’s original recipe from 1890. This recipe has been updated with the freshest ingredients and hand-finished crust. For dessert, Frango Mint Ice Cream Pie will delight your taste buds, with a delicious Graham cracker crust, Frango Mint ice cream, chocolate sauce, and topped with fresh whipped cream. After lunch, we will have time to explore the annual Chriskindlmarket and do some holiday shopping. Transportation is provided via large bus. Any questions, please call Linda Avellon at BACOA (847) 881-0477. Registration deadline: November 21. (Min/Max: 33/33). Fee: $76/$80 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Chicago Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 302906 01 Fri. 12/2 9:30am - 4:30pm

DRURY LANE THEATRE: SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER THE MUSICAL

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS Grab your bell-bottoms and take a trip back in time with Saturday Night Fever. Based on the 1977 hit film, Saturday Night Fever follows Brooklyn teen, Tony Manero, in his attempt to escape his tribulations by spending weekends at the local discotheque. Watch as Tony tries to win the admiration of the crowd as well as his heartthrob, Stephanie Mangano, with his electric moves. Featuring your favorite Bee Gees songs from the movie such as “Stayin’ Alive” and “More Than a Woman,” Saturday Night Fever is a nostalgic classic that will bring you dancing in the aisle. Lunch will be served before the show. Please indicate whether you would like Traditional Roast Turkey or Creamy Vegetable Lasagna for your entrée. Transportation is provided via mini bus; admission and lunch included. Registration deadline: January 11. (Min/Max: 14/14). Fee: $73/$80 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Drury Lane Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 102901 01 Wed. 1/25 10:30am - 5:30pm

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AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS (MODERATE TO EXTENSIVE WALKING) Attention bargain shoppers! The Barrington Park District will be headed to the Fashion Outlets of Chicago in Rosemont. Enjoy a fun-filled day of fashion with friends. Lunch will be on your own at Giordano’s Pizza in Rosemont before we hit the shops! Transportation is provided via park district van. Registration deadline: February 1. (Min/Max: 5/10). Fee: $25/$30 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Rosemont Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 102902 01 Wed. 2/8 10:30am - 4:30pm chicagomag.com

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DEATH BY CHOCOLATE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS Join BACOA and the Barrington Park District for a full day in Long Grove. Start getting your taste buds ready with a stop at the Long Grove Confectionary Co. for their Chocolate Tour. After the tour, spend time shopping for delicious candy items. Following the chocolate tour, escape from the ordinary and experience the extraordinary at the Chocolate Sanctuary. Enjoy a delicious cup of spiced cocoa, butternut squash, your choice of entrée, and finish up with a semi-sweet chocolate filled beignet with vanilla crème Auglaize. Your last stop will be an experience in sweet science at Sweet Pete’s Candy Store where you will make a chocolate bar your way! Transportation is provided by park district van. (Min/Max: 8/11). Fee: $65/$70 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Long Grove

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THE LITTLE TRAVELER

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS The Little Traveler has remained the cornerstone of tradition. The shop has grown considerably since the original Italianate Victorian residence (which now serves as the center section of the shop) to 36 rooms of treasures. You’ll be greeted by a caring staff and amazed by the never-ending array of items brought back by our modern day “little travelers.” Join the Barrington Park District for a delightful day full of food, tea, and shopping! The trip begins with a three-course Traditional English Afternoon Tea. Following tea, browse all of the Little Traveler’s 36 unique shops. Before heading home, we will stop at Graham’s Fine Chocolate and Ice Cream for a sweet treat! Traditional three-course afternoon tea includes: traditional finger sandwiches; breads & scones, and a sweet plate. Transportation is provided by park district van. Registration deadline: 2/10. (Min/Max: 5/10). Fee: $35/$40 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Geneva

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MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING MOVIE DAY

FRIDAY, MARCH 17

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS Join the Barrington Park District for a Greek-themed afternoon. Enjoy some Greek cuisine while watching the hilarious movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding. This adorable film is about a Greek woman who falls in love with a non-Greek man and struggles to get her family to accept him while she comes to terms with her heritage and cultural identity. This afternoon will be a total trip! Greek snacks will be provided. (Min: 5). Fee: $13/$15 Location: F&RC - Sullivan A/B Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 102904 01 Fri. 3/17 11:00am - 1:00pm

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PABST MANSION

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS (Moderate to extensive walking) When Captain Frederick Pabst, Milwaukee’s famed beer baron, began construction of a new mansion for his family in 1890, he could not have anticipated that it would survive and thrive into the 21st century as a testament to America’s Gilded Age. During the years of the Pabst family’s ownership, the house was the scene of many fine parties and receptions, a wedding and, in the end, Captain and Mrs. Pabst’s funeral. Lunch will be on your own. Before we return, we will stop by the Mars Cheese Castle in Kenosha. The fee includes the tour and transportation via mini bus. Registration deadline: March 8. (Min/Max: 11/14). Fee: $30/$35 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Milwaukee Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 102911 01 Wed. 3/22 9:00am - 4:00pm

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Trips CHICAGO FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW SUNDAY, MARCH 26

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS Join BACOA and the Barrington Park District for the Flower and Garden Show in Chicago. This venue welcomes more than 40,000 attendees to the Festival Halls in Navy Pier, where they can experience every facet of horticulture. While visiting, attendees can walk through life-sized gardens, participate in DIY workshops, learn from educational seminars, and enjoy garden-to-table cooking presentations and more. Through the decades of the show’s experience, its legacy remains the same: it continues to capture the hearts of thousands year after year. Transportation is provided by park district van. (Min/Max: 8/11). Registration deadline: March 17. Fee: $38/$42 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Chicago Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 102907 01 Sun. 3/26 8:30am - 4:40pm

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VIGNETO DEL BINO WINE TASTING FRIDAY, APRIL 21

AGES: ADULTS - 21 YEARS AND UP Join BACOA and the Barrington Park District for a day trip to the Vigneto Del Winery. Your morning starts off visiting this boutique winery in Antioch, specializing in “Wines grown from local Vines.” The estate sits on one acre of a 10-acre property surrounded by 2,300 grapevines. Following the wine tasting, enjoy a tasty lunch at a restaurant of your choice in Antioch. After lunch, spend some time exploring the adorable shops Antioch has to offer! Must bring valid ID to participate. Transportation is provided by park district van. (Min/Max: 8/11). Fee: $33/$38 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Antioch Actv.# Sec.# Day Date Time 102908 01 Fri. 4/21 10:00am - 3:00pm

CHICAGO PROHIBITION TOUR

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SHIPSHEWANA

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 17

AGES: 21 YEARS AND UP (Moderate to extensive walking). Enjoy the history of prohibition and its roots, starting almost a hundred years before The Volstead Act and taking you through the roaring 20’s and 30’s, until ultimately the law was repealed from the United States Constitution. Your guide will discuss the key players; whether they were enacting the law, enforcing the law, or breaking the law. As we stop at some of Chicago’s most iconic speakeasies, feel free to enjoy signature drinks from an era long past, but not forgotten. Must bring valid i.d to participate. Food and soft drinks included, cocktails available for purchase. Transportation is provided via mini bus. Registration deadline: April 5. (Min/Max:11/14). Fee: $80/$85 Location: Depart F&RC Lobby for Chicago

AGES: ACTIVE ADULTS (Moderate to extensive walking). Come spend a beautiful day in the Amish Countryside. Spend a relaxing afternoon shopping the streets of Shipshewana. Stroll through the bustling Amish Flea Market and find some treasures, visit the Amish Bakery for some treats, and stop by the Amish Cheese Haus to watch award-winning cheese being made. After you have done some exploring, a Buggy will take you on a tour of Amish Country followed by a Threshers’ home-cooked meal in an Amish home. This will be a day to remember! Before heading back, we will stop for dinner. Dinner will be on your own. This trip includes transportation via mini bus, tours, and lunch. Registration deadline: May 9. (Min/Max: 11/14). Fee: $98/$105 Location: Depart F&RC - Lobby for Shipshewana

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MONDAYS, 10:30AM - 1:30PM

The Barrington Area Council on Aging (BACOA) presents a senior activity and lunch program at the Fitness & Recreation Center on Mondays from 10:30am to 1:30pm. This program strives to bring Barrington area seniors together (ages 50 and up) for the purpose of social, recreational and educational activities. Everyone is welcome, so bring a friend with you! Reservations for the catered lunch provided by Hoffman House must be made one week in advance. Please call BACOA (847-381-5030) for more information. The senior lunch and game program is a partnership between BACOA and the BPD.

GAME/CRAFT DAYS: MONDAYS 12:45 - 2:30PM Jan. 9 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 27 Mar. 6 Mar. 27 Apr. 3 Apr. 24 May 22

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BACOA also celebrates monthly birthdays. Call Linda at BACOA (847-852-3892) for more information on how we can honor your special day.

COOKING IN Monday, February 27 Monday, March 27 Monday, April 24 Monday, May 22

Sweetheart Lunch Spring Has Sprung April Showers Bring May Flowers Cinco de Mayo

SPECIAL EVENTS

Adults - Trips/BACOA/SilverSneakers

BACOA Senior Game and Lunch Program

Monday, January 30 Brunch - Welcome 2017 Monday, February 13 Valentine’s Day Party Monday, March 13 St. Patrick’s Day Party Monday, April 10 Easter Party Monday, May 1 Spring Fling Monday, May 15 Older American’s Month Monday, June 12 Flag Day Celebration BACOA will not meet on 1/2, 1/16, 2/20, 5/29.

What is the SilverSneakers Fitness Program?

Fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health by encouraging physical activity and offering social events. Unlock the door to greater independence and a healthier life with SilverSneakers. Health plans around the country offer our award-winning program to people who are eligible for Medicare or to group retirees. SilverSneakers provides a fitness center membership to any participating location across the country. This great benefit includes:  • Access to exercise equipment, outdoor pool, and other available amenities. • Health education seminars and other events that promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. • Specially trained Fitness Center Staff will introduce you to SilverSneakers and help you get started. • Member-only access to online support that can help you lose weight, quit smoking or reduce your stress. • SilverSneakers is a benefit offered to members of many Medicare plans across the U.S. If you are part of a Medicare health plan, or if you are a group retiree, you may already have the SilverSneakers benefit. • Find out if your health plan or Medicare Supplement carrier offers SilverSneakers or find a participating health plan in your state.

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For more information, please contact Jodi Paz at (847) 277-8701 or jpaz@barringtonparkdistrict.org.

2 NEW Programs for SilverSneakers Participants!

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SilverSneakers Circuit

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AGES: 65 YEARS AND UP (MUST BELONG TO SILVERSNEAKERS) Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated with low-impact aerobics choreography. A chair is used for standing support, stretching and relaxation exercises. Instructor: Amy Owens. Fee: FREE Location: F&RC - Fitness Studio A Day Date Time Thur. 1/5 4:00 - 4:45pm

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Birthday Parties

The Park District offers a variety of birthday party packages. Each party package includes a two-hour party with themed activities and an instructor for the first hour. You supply the food, paper goods, and guests; we’ll supply the fun!

• Party packages include a 3-hour room rental. (1/2 hour set-up, 2 hour party, 1/2 hour clean-up).

• A $100 security deposit is required for those making payment by personal check.

• A birthday party package includes up to 15 children; each additional child is $5, up to a total of 20 children. Does not include Lego Party, see party information.*

• The security deposit will be “waived” and the $100 check shredded after the event, provided the room has been left in the same condition it was found and that all rules were followed.

• Maximum is 40 guests (children and adults), EXCEPT for Treehouse Adventures (max. 30 guests). • If more than 40 guests, the request will be considered a private rental. • Dates are not “held” - full payment and signed application are required at the time of reservation.

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• There is a non-refundable fee of $50 for all parties that are cancelled. All cancellations must be in writing at least 7 days in advance. • A two-week booking notice is required for all parties. • A party package may be reserved for weekends ONLY.

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AGES: 1 - 3 YEARS A supervised fun open gym time with stories, songs, parachute, bubbles, and more! Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $160/$200 Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A/B Saturdays & Sundays ONLY 11:00am - 1:00pm, 1:00 - 3:00pm or 3:00 - 5:00pm

Treehouse Adventures

(FROM APRIL 1 - OCT. 31 ONLY) AGES: 4 - 7 YEARS At the Pepper Family Treehouse at Citizens Park, you’ll enjoy a themerelated interactive story, a scavenger hunt and other activities. Themes are Dinosaur, Pirate, Princess and Jungle. Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $225/$300 Location: Citizens Park - Treehouse Saturdays & Sundays ONLY 11:30am - 1:30pm, 1:30 - 3:30pm or 3:30 - 5:30pm

All-Star Dance Party

AGES: 4 - 12 YEARS Dancing, games, and lots of fun. The guest of honor gets to pick his or her favorite style of dance, from ballet to hip hop. Instructors: Barb Lauro (3 - 5 yrs. only) and Darci Blake (6 - 12 yrs.). Fee: $160/$200 Location: F&RC - Dance Studio and Party Room Saturdays & Sundays ONLY Saturdays; 2:30 - 4:30pm Sundays; 11:00am - 1:00pm, 1:00 - 3:00pm, 3:00 - 5:00pm

AGES: 3 - 15 YEARS Let your child’s creativity and imagination be their own guide when they have full access to all Lego sets, blocks and kits. They will participate in a group activity. Instructor: Chasewood Learning. Fee: $250/$275 Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B and Party Room *This birthday package includes up to 25 children. • Party package includes 15 children. • 16 - 20 children = $5 each additional child. • 21 - 25 children = $10 each additional child.

Wacky Games Party

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Lego Party*

Tot Time Gym Party

AGES: 4 - 7 YEARS Wacky Games is a fun-filled experience full of high-energy games, activities, and more. Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $160/$200 Location: F&RC - Gym and Party Room Saturdays & Sundays ONLY 11:00am - 1:00pm, 1:00 - 3:00pm or 3:00 - 5:00pm

Fruits & Veggies to the Rescue! Superhero Party AGES: 4 - 10 YEARS Children will have a blast learning about superheroes, villains and the secret powers of healthy eating. Activities include an interactive superhero show with costumes and zany bubble machine, creative activity with fresh fruits & veggies for each child, and a sports experiment and superhero game. Each child will create a superhero mask to take home and Adventure Tokens to be redeemed for a free item at participating stores. Instructor: Nina Vanderwiel. Fee: $225/$250 Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose B and Party Room

Yoga Party

SuperSports Party

AGES: 5 - 12 YEARS Coaches will lead birthday child and friends in sporting activities such as basketball, dodge ball, soccer, floor hockey and more. Instructor: 5 Star Sports. Fee: $200/$225 Location: F&RC - Gym and Party Room

AGES: 5 YEARS TO ADULT All birthday parties are filled with age-specific playful yoga poses, exercises and games geared towards the birthday child’s age and personal preferences. Parents, we did not forget about you; you get some yoga time too! This is an excellent opportunity for families wanting to offer a fun and healthy birthday party for your child. (Maximum: 12 children). Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $160/$200 Location: F&RC - Multi-Purpose A or Dance Studio and Party Room

Zumba Party: Moving to a New Beat!

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AGES: 11 YEARS TO ADULT Zumba is great fun with easy-to-follow Latin-inspired dance moves. It’s a blast at any age! Whether your daughter wants to get her friends together or you want to get your girlfriends together to celebrate your day, a Zumba party is the way to go! Please wear gym shoes and loose, light-weight clothing. Instructor: BPD Staff. Fee: $160/$200 Location: F&RC - Dance Studio and Party Room Fridays & Saturdays ONLY

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If you have any questions about our Memorial Program or would like to order your statement of love, please contact Steve Nightingale.

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Adopt-A-Brick

Purchase a brick and have it inscribed with your personal message to your loved one. Bricks can be placed anywhere there are pavers which includes our courtyard in front of the Langendorf Aquatic Center. 4" x 8" = $65 8" x 8" = $150 12" x 12" = $500

Living Memorial We offer a Burr Oak, Red Oak or Red Maple sapling that can be planted in any of our five Parks. The tree will be planted with a brick paver installed at its base bearing your own special inscription. $500

Memorial Bench A 5-foot park bench made of recycled plastics can be installed in one of our beautiful parks. Staff will quide you with choice of bench, location in Park and personal message to be inscribed into the bench. $675 - $900

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The Barrington Park District offers a variety of Challenge Programs designed to meet the needs of a wide diversity of groups. All our programs are designed to bring together or strengthen your group and are tailored to meet your specific needs and goals. We believe that participants absorb more when they are physically, socially, intellectually and emotionally involved in the learning process. Our trained facilitators engage groups in activities that allow the participants to take ownership of their learning. Each program allows time for the participants to discuss the experience and relate the learning outcomes back to “real world” situations. Teams Challenge Course: A variety of problem-based initiatives await the team as they are given challenges that might use ropes, cables, platforms, boards or a 12-foot wall. All challenges require teamwork from every member in order to accomplish the goal. Individual strengths are highlighted and the small group size allows for participation by everyone. These challenges take place on or near the ground and require focus, cooperation and trust. Over 20 stations are spread throughout the wooded trails. GeoTeam Challenge: Using a GPS, map and clues, small groups work together to find hidden caches. Hike through the forest, cross over a marsh, and view water fowl and wildflowers along the way. Team building challenges may be interspersed as the group travels from one cache to the next. Cooperative Games: Learn team building skills while playing fun, active games. Cooperation, communication, strategy and good sportsmanship are stressed.

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Challenge Program

Portable Program: If you can’t enjoy our programs at Ron Beese Park, let us come to you! We’ll bring along portable team building activities and games that require no permanent equipment, just a large meeting space, indoors or out.

Rates Teams Challenge Course (4 Hours) Ages: 5th Grade - Adult Group Size: 8 - 15 Participants Fee: $200 Non-Profit/$300 Corporate GeoTeam Challenge Course (3 Hours) Ages: 4th Grade - Adult Group Size: 5 - 9 Participants Fee: $150 Non-Profit/$225 Corporate Cooperative Games (2 Hours) Ages: 1st - 5th Grade Group Size: 10 - 15 Participants Fee: $100 Non-Profit Group Portable Program (2 hour minimum. Includes travel time within a 50 mile radius of Barrington, IL) Ages: 1st Grade - Adult Group Size: 8 - 12 Participants Fee: $75 Non-Profit Group per Hour $115 Corporate per Hour

For more information, contact us at: (847) 381-0687 or teamscourse@barringtonparkdistrict.org

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Facility & Rental Information Langendorf Park -

235 Lions Drive; 37 Acres

Also featured in Langendorf Park: • Bash Skate Park • Picnic Sites • Shelters • 4 Ball Diamonds • 3 Playgrounds • 5-Hole, Par-3 Golf

Amenities featured in the Fitness and Recreation Center: • Administrative Offices • Fitness Center • Gymnasium with Track • Meeting and Community Rooms with Stage • 2 Preschool Rooms • 2 Multi-Purpose Rooms

Golf Learning Center Gather a group of friends and coordinate a golf outing at our 5-hole, par 3 Golf Learning Center.

Fitness and Recreation Center Located in Langendorf Park John Sullivan Rooms A & B $150/$175/$165 per hour Our beautiful community room at the Fitness & Recreation Center seats up to 160 people and features a full cooking kitchen, a stage, a wonderful outdoor patio and full audio/visual capabilities.

Gymnasiums A and B $55/$80/$65 per hour, per gym Our state-of-the-art double gym is a spectacular setting for all your athletic events, sports-related parties, team practices or just a wide-open area to run, run, run!

Multi-Purpose Room B $65/$75/$70 per hour Our Multi-Purpose Room can be rented for special occasions, corporate retreats, presentations, birthday parties and more!

Langendorf Park Shelters 1 to 75 people $100/$125 per day 76 to 200 people $150/$200 per day 201 to 400 people $350/$425 per day 401+ people $600/$750 per day Reservations are taken after February 1st of each year. Shelters are available for rent throughout the year; however, during the months of June through August, they are available on weekends ONLY. Each shelter holds 50 people comfortably. Langendorf Park has a large shaded picnic area near the playgrounds and baseball fields. Shelter “F” features electric and restroom facilities. Groups of 400 can be accommodated.

Rentals in both the John Sullivan and Multi-Purpose Rooms include tables and chairs!

Additional rental add-ons!

Langendorf Aquatic Center

Gas Grills Two 3'x6': $80/$105 Fee includes setup and takedown

Amenities featured in the Langendorf Aquatic Center: • AquaLusion Pool • Gymnasium • Indoor Batting Cages • SPIN & Group Training Studio Aqualusion Pool - Summer Season Only Our amazing pool is ideal for group-oriented gatherings and parties. The entire facility is available to rent Monday through Sunday during the evenings from 8:00 - 9:30pm. Maximum of 300 participants per private party. Pool Lawn A and B - Summer Season Only Our pool lawn areas may be rented Monday through Sunday during open swim hours (12:00 - 8:00pm). Lawns are rented on a 2-hour minimum basis (no alcoholic beverages or glass containers permitted). 82

Bash Skate Park in Langendork Park Hours are from 9am to dusk daily, April 1 - Oct. 31 (hours are subject to change due to holidays, inclement weather, and building closures). Skate at your own risk; the Bash Skate Park is not supervised. Protective gear is highly recommended (helmets, wrist guards, knee and elbow pads). The Park District is not responsible for accidents, injuries, or lost or stolen items.

Projector/Projector Screen Fee: $25 Fee includes setup and takedown; only available at the F&RC Building - John Sullivan Room B, and Multi-Purpose B Portable Sound System w/ Attached Microphone Fee: $25 Tables and chairs are provided with all indoor rentals.

Batting Cages Winter Season Only (Nov. 15 - April 15)

$30/$38 per hour, per cage Come take some swings in our indoor retractable batting cages. Available to individuals and teams for an hourly rental fee.

For more information on rentals, contact Rob Grisamore at (847) 304-5296.

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511 Lake Zurich Road; 45 Acres

Programs

Amenities featured in Citizens Park: • Biking/Walking Paths • Picnic Shelters • Cuba Marsh Connection • Restroom Facilities • Jewel Tea Pavilion • Robert Soule Amphitheater • John Larkins Bell Gazebo • Tennis/Basketball Courts • Pepper Family Treehouse • The Lodge

Havin ga wedd ing h ere? Check out o ur Wedd ing D ance class on pg . 72! Pepper Family Treehouse $75/$100/$90 Per Hour The Citizens Park Pepper Family Treehouse is ideal for kids’ birthday parties (see our parties on page 78 - 79), small gatherings (max is 30 people), or any other event where kids just want to be kids. (Open from April 1- October 31.)

The Lodge $50/$80/$70 Per Hour The Lodge at Citizens Park is also heated and air-conditioned, making it a great year-round space for small events such as corporate board meetings, birthday parties, or small gatherings (Max: 30 people).

Robert Soule Amphitheater $50/$75/$65 Per Hour The beautiful Robert Soule Amphitheater is perfect for concerts or stage gatherings. It features a full stage with electric. Terraced seating on the grass can accommodate up to 200 spectators.

John Larkins Bell Gazebo $35/$50/$40 Per Hour The Gazebo is a wonderful spot for weddings or family photos or small, intimate gatherings.

Reservations/Rentals for all Park facilities, picnic groves and shelters are available!

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Jewel Tea Pavilion $100/$150/$125 Per Hour (2 Hour Minimum) The Jewel Tea Pavilion at Citizens Park is perfect for weddings, receptions, bridal/baby showers and more. This 1,900-squarefoot space has a full commercial catering kitchen and can accommodate up to 110 people. It can be used year round; it is both heated and cooled and comes complete with a woodburning fireplace! The Pavilion also has the ability to become a fully open-air space with state-of-the-art retractable glass doors.

Picnic Shelters 1 to 75 people $100/$125 per day 76 to 200 people $150/$200 per day 201 to 400 people $350/$425 per day 401+ people $600/$750 per day Reservations are taken after February 1st of each year. Two shelters (without electric) are available for rent on weekdays/weekends. During the months of June through August, they are available on weekends only. Each shelter holds 50 people comfortably.

All Park District programming rentals will be reserved first; therefore, the reservation schedule is as follows: Date of Rental:.....................................Reservations may be taken after: January 2nd through April 30th....................... December 1st of the Prior Year May 1st through August 31st.......................... April 1st of the Same Year September 1st through December 31st......... August 1st of the Same Year • After hours requests will be considered on a case by case basis. On occasion, occasion, weddings weddings and/or and/or receptions receptions at at the the Jewel Jewel Tea Tea Pavilion Pavilion may may be be •• On booked earlier earlier than than schedule schedule listed; listed; call call (847) (847) 304-5296 304-5276 for for more more information. information. booked Reservations for for Pool Pool and and Golf Golf are are taken taken after after May May 1 1st st. . •• Reservations

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Facility & Rental Information Cont. Ron Beese Park -

50 Rotary Drive; 80 Acres

Amenities featured in Ron Beese Park: • Baseball/Softball Fields • Soccer/LAX Fields • Football Fields • Playground • Garden Plots • Restroom Facility • Hiking/Cross-Country • Ski Trails • Picnic Shelter • Teams Challenge Course 1 to 75 people 76 to 200 people 201 to 400 people 401+ people

Teams Course

Our Teams Course offers a series of outdoor events and initiatives designed to promote group effectiveness and cooperation. See page 85 for more information.

$100/$125 per day $150/$200 per day $350/$425 per day $600/$750 per day

Reservations are taken after February 1st of each year. Each shelter holds 50 people comfortably.

Columbus Park -

133 Lakeshore Drive; 12 Acres

Columbus Park features an open play area, playground and pond.

Miller Park -

Lincoln & Summit Streets; 8 Acres

This Park includes 2 playground areas, one of which is handicap-accessible. The Roy Wilmering Scout Cabin (426 E. Russell Street) is also located at this park.

Rental Information and Policies ALL FEES LISTED UNDER EACH FACILITY ARE RESIDENT/NON-RESIDENT/NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Langendorf facilities including the F&RC may be reserved: Mon. - Fri. 9:00am - 10:00pm Sat. & Sun. 9:00am - 6:00pm

The Lodge and the Pavilion at Citizens Park may be reserved: Sun. - Sat. 10:00am - 10:00pm

The Treehouse at Citizens Park may be reserved: Sun. - Sat. 10:00am - Dusk • After hours requests will be considered on a case by case basis. • Outdoor facilities (shelters, etc.) may be rented between the hours of 9:00am to dusk. Deposits and Reservations • Rentals will not be reserved without full payment, security deposit and completed contract with renter’s signature. • There is a $100 minimum security deposit on the John Sullivan Room, Gym, Pavilion, The Lodge and the Pepper Family Treehouse. • Renters must be 25 years or older. Cancellation Policy • There is a 10% service charge for all cancellations. • A minimum of 48 hours advance notice is required for all facilities, except the Pavilion. The Pavilion requires 30 days notice. 84

Alcohol and Smoking Policy • No alcohol is permitted in any park facility except for designated areas. Special procedures, application, fees and preferred vendors are required. For further information, see our website at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. • Smoking is not permitted in any facility. General Rental Regulations • Rental applications for all facilities are processed Mon. - Thur. during regular business hours. • 48 hours notice required for all facility rentals. Please note: same-day rentals cannot be accommodated. • All rentals include tables and chairs. • If your rental involves animals, please see our Animal Policy on page 85. • No lighting effects employing actual fire are allowed. This prohibits the use of candles, lighted lanterns, torches, etc. • No confetti, glitter, flower petals, silly string, glue guns, etc. No wax or abrasive materials may be used on the floors of any indoor rooms. • The Barrington Park District is not responsible for stolen, damage or loss of personal property, or for any injuries that may occur to renters or their attendees. Go to www.barringtonparkdistrict.org for a complete list of policies.

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Registration Requirements: • All participants are required to be registered for the program they are attending. • Registration forms must be completed or online registration process completed. • Payments must be paid in full. • Participant waiver must be signed and dated by parent, guardian or participant - over 18 years of age. Residency Requirements “In-District Residents” refers to those who live inside the Barrington Park District boundaries (see page 87) and who pay taxes to the Barrington Park District. “Out-of-District” or “Non-Residents” refers to those who live outside these boundaries (see page 87). Out-of-district memberships are available by calling (847) 381-0687. Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities The Barrington Park District is pleased to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability. A.D.A. requires that recreation programs offered be available in the most integrated setting appropriate for each individual. For all programs, participants must be fully restroom trained. If diapers or incontinent aids are used, the participant/parent must be able to provide their own personal care. Those who use the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) may reach the Park District through the Illinois Relay Center seven days a week at 1(800) 526-0844. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Park District at (847) 381-0687 and fill out proper paperwork regarding special accommodations needed for enjoyment of Park District programs. Anti-Discrimination Policy The Barrington Park District does not discriminate against any person participating in Park District programs, activities, or services on the basis of sex, race, religion or cultural background. Code of Conduct All individuals on park district property and in park district programs are expected to exhibit appropriate behavior at all times. All individuals shall: • Show respect to participants/staff/others, and take directions from staff. • Refrain from using abusive or foul language. • Refrain from causing bodily harm to self, participants, others or staff. • Show respect to equipment, supplies, and facilities. Individuals who do not conform to this Code of Conduct will be subject to suspension from the program or dismissal depending on the frequency, nature and severity of any infraction, including immediate dismissal, all to be determined at the discretion of the Director. Behavior Procedures for Participants Staff will make every effort to assist participants in correcting any unacceptable behavior through re-direction, reminders of expected conduct and parent conference. Staff will help the participant develop self-control and assume responsibility for their own behavior based on four overall rules: • A participant may not disturb or hurt others, verbally or physically. • A participant may not damage school or park district equipment. • A participant may not place themselves and/or others in dangerous situations. • A participant must respect and follow staff direction. If unacceptable behavior continues, the staff will implement the appropriate procedures as outlined in the park district policy manual. Improper Speech and Conduct No person shall use any abusive, threatening, indecent, profane, or obscene language, or language calculated to occasion a breach of the peace, nor be guilty of any indecent act or behavior in the Park System.

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Smoking Policy Smoking is prohibited inside any Park District facility. Alcohol Policy Alcohol is not permitted in any Park or facility. Special procedures, application and fees are required for special use and/or rental. For more information, go to www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. Use of Cellular Phones in Park District Facilities • To ensure privacy to the patrons of the Barrington Park District in certain areas such as locker rooms and washrooms, the following policy regarding cell phones has been implemented. Since it is difficult to determine at a glance which phone has photo capabilities, this policy will affect ALL cellular phone usage in these areas. • The Barrington Park District prohibits the use of any device capable of recording, producing, duplicating, reproducing, storing, copying, transmitting or displaying any type of pictures from all Barrington Park District restrooms, locker rooms, or anywhere else where patrons expect privacy. • Individuals observed using cellular phones in these areas would be asked to stop or leave the area. Failure to comply could result in the person(s) being banned from park district property. Those individuals using cellular phones and taking or transmitting pictures from these areas will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

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Photo Policy On occasion, Park District staff may photograph or videotape participants in Park District programs/classes or at Park events/facilities. These photos are for Park District use only and may be used in publications, brochures, pamphlets, flyers or video products. If you do not wish to have your photo taken, please inform the photographer. Lost and Found “Found” items will be kept at the Fitness and Recreation Center for approximately 30 days. After that 30-day period, items will be disposed at the discretion of the District’s Executive Director. Items that are usable by the District (sports equipment, towels, etc.) may become District property and be put into use. Offering Articles for Sale No person shall offer or exchange for sale any article or thing, or do any hawking, peddling, or soliciting, or buy or offer to buy an article or thing, or take up any collection, or solicit to receive contributions of money or anything of value in the Park System except when authorized to do so by permit from or contract with the Director of Parks and Recreation. Animals Animals may be led by leash on such portions of the park system as designated for pedestrian traffic, except in the teams course areas of Ron Beese Park. NISRA Membership The Park District is a member of the Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association (NISRA). Seasonal brochures listing all of NISRA’s programs are available at the Park District office. Call (815) 459-0737 or go to www.nisra.org for more information. Community Organizations Barrington Area Council on Aging: (847) 381-5030; www.bacoa.org Barrington Area Soccer: (847) 381-2272; www.basa.net Barrington Youth Baseball & Softball: www.barringtonyouthbaseball.com Barrington Youth Football: www.barringtonbroncos.net Northern Illinois Special Recreation: (815) 459-0737; www.nisra.org

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Registration Information Registration Dates: Winter/Spring 2017

Registration Policies Register Early! All participants should register no later than 48 hours prior to the start date of a program. Registration confirmations will NOT be mailed if you are registered in your first-choice programs. If you are placed on a waiting list or placed in your second-choice program, your payment will be processed and you will be e-mailed a receipt. Proof of Age Some programs may require proof of age. Birth certificates may be requested.

Visit our website for further information at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. Lottery Resident Registration Begins: when the brochure is received. Residents may mail-in, fax or drop off registrations until 5:00pm on 12/2. After this time, all in-district registrations will be held and processed in a random (lottery) order. Standard (Regular) Resident Registration Begins: 12/6 at 7:00am. Residents may register online, mail-in, fax or drop off registrations. Non-electronic registrations will be processed in the order in which they were received on a first-come, first-served basis. Non-Resident/Open Registration Begins: 12/13 at 7:00am. All Non-resident registrations received prior to 12/13 will be held and then entered in a random order at this time. All walk-in registrations on 12/13 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and will take priority over non-resident registrations dropped off before 12/13.. All faxed or mailed in registrations will be processed in the order in which they were received.

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Class Cancellations The Barrington Park District reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or combine classes, and to change instructors without notice. Any park program can be cancelled up to 24 hours in advance due to low enrollment if the participant minimums have not been met. If your class is cancelled by the BPD due to low enrollment, you will receive a full refund. It is not necessary to fill out a Refund Request Form; all refunds given due to class cancellation will be issued by check and will be mailed to the patron enrolled in the program within 10 business days.

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In Case of Oops! Complete details of program policies, procedures and guidelines are sometimes omitted from the program brochures because of space limitations. Also, errors in days, times, registration requirements, and fees may occur as well. We apologize for any errors that may occur in the brochure. When such errors do occur, we will advise you of the change as quickly as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding when these situations arise.

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Trip Refunds Park District–sponsored trips that require pre-purchase of tickets are refundable only if: 1.) you find your own replacement and notify the Park District at least 48 hours prior to trip; or 2.) we have a waiting list. This does not apply to ski club trips.

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Class Refunds and Transfers On-line Registration: Resident on-line registration begins 12/6 at 7:30am. A 10% refund processing charge per program, Non-resident on-line registration begins 12/13 at 7:00am. per participant, will be assessed. Refund request MUST be in writing using the Refund/Transfer Mail-in, Drop-off, or Fax Registrations to: Questions regarding registration? form. The form must be completely filled out, Barrington Park District signed and dated. The request for a refund/ Contact us at (847) 381-0687 or e-mail 235 Lions Drive transfer must be received a minimum of five us at info@barringtonparkdistrict.org Barrington, IL 60010 business days prior to the first day of class. FAX: (847) 381-8794 A Refund/Transfer form can be found on our website, or you can pick one up at the F&RC Please call (847) 381-0687 to confirm your faxed registration has been received. Front Desk. Some programs may qualify for a All major credit cards and checks are accepted. All returned checks will be charged $15. prorated refund, if due to an injury or illness, Note: all fees throughout brochure are listed as resident/non-resident. accompanied by a doctor’s note. The refund will See map on page 87 for residency requirements. be based on the number of classes attended and the date the refund request is received. Enrollments paid by cash, check or credit card will be refunded by check. Refunds will be mailed to participants approximately Cuba Rd. 2-3 weeks after approval is received. All Preschool, K.E.E.P., Ski Club, registration fees and KidCare Punch Cards are NON-REFUNDABLE. Refunds will not be issued for make-up classes you are unable to attend.

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In-District Areas Barrington Meadows, Chateaux Bourne, Chippendale, Eastwood, Fairfield, Fairhaven, Fielding Place, Flint Lake, Fox Point, Glen Acres, Hart Hills, Hillside Farms, Village Area, Jewel Park, Lakeview, Listhartke, Marmon, Oakdene, Otis, Park Barrington, Pickwick, Shire Deer Chase (Partial), Sandalwood, Shorely Woods, Steeplechase, Tall Trees, The Oaks, Westwood, Windrush, Wyngate.

Park District Boundaries When determining the fees for a particular class, you must first determine whether you are “in district” or “out of district.” In-District residents are those who reside within the Barrington Park District boundaries and who pay taxes to the Barrington Park District. All others are out of district. Important: not all Village of Barrington residents are within the Barrington Park District boundaries and therefore require the out-of-district rates. Please see the neighborhood lists below and check your tax statement to determine your residency status.

Out-of-District Areas Algonquin, Barrington Hills, Biltmore, Deer Park, Fox River Grove, Hartz Farm Estates, Haverton on the Pond, Hawthorn Woods, Heritage Hills, Inverness, Kildeer, Lake Barrington, Lake Zurich, Long Grove, North Barrington, Port Barrington, Shady Hill, South Barrington, Timberlake, Tower Lakes.

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Columbus Park

Citizens Park

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On-line registration for programming and events ends at 7:00am the day the program/event begins.

Online Registration

If the program/event states a specific deadline, on-line registration must be completed before the listed deadline.

The FIRST time you register at the Barrington Park District for a program, rental or pass you need to register in person at the F&RC front desk in order to set up your account, verify your address and enter birthdates of family members. Once you have completed that step, we will be able to provide you a login username and password that you will use to register on-line for future programs.

Resident Registration Begins: 12/6 at 7:00am (Non-Resident Registration Begins: 12/13). To get started you will need: 1. Your household identification number (this will be your username). This can be found by calling our front desk at (847) 381-0687 or simply look on the top right corner of a past receipt. 2. Know your 10 digit home/cell phone number that you first registered with (this is your password). If you do not have a home phone, your cell phone number may be used. Please make sure the Park District has your current phone number on record or it will not work.

Webtrac Registration Instructions 1. Visit our website at www.barringtonparkdistrict.org. From here, you can register one of two ways:

A. Locate the program/workshop etc. that you would like to register for and click on “See Schedule and Register Now.”

B. Click the purple “Register Online” button in the upper right hand corner.

2. In Username box, enter Household I.D. Number. 3. In Password box, enter your 10 digit password (no dashes, no spaces). 4. Press “Log In.” 5. Click on activity picture of interest OR click on “Search” at the top of the page. 6. Browse activities, enter activity # in “Keyword Search” box, OR type desired search in “Keyword Search” box. 7. When you find the program of choice, click the shopping cart icon on the left hand side. 8. Continue to payment screen. Questions regarding online registration? Contact us at (847) 381-0687 or e-mail us at info@barringtonparkdistrict.org

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Barrington Park District Program Registration Form PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM COMPLETELY AND MAIL OR FAX IT TO: BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT, 235 LIONS DRIVE, BARRINGTON IL 60010 FAX: (847) 381-8794

Family Information

In-District Out-of-District Please print. Fill out the information below for your entire family; then list each participant separately in the Registration Information section. Proof of residency may be required. Family (or primary guardian) Last Name

Father or Guardian First Name

Address

Mother or Guardian First Name

City

Home Phone

State

Cell Phone (State Whose Number)

Zip

Work phone (State Whose Number)

E-mail Address Alternate Name

Phone

Relationship

(In case of an emergency, an attempt will be made to contact a parent at home, at work and via cell phone. If a parent cannot be reached, the district will contact the alternate name listed above.) Does a participant in your family require Americans with Disabilities (ADA) assistance or a one-on-one aid? If yes, please request an additional form at the Park District Office. (Good for this registration only.)

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Family Member Registration Information Please list your first and second choice options for each class (if more than one section, date, or time is available). *Shirt size: Child S, M, L or Adult S, M, L, XL Activity# Sec.# Program Name Fee

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Participant’s Last Name

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Grade in Fall

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Master Card

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WAIVER, RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT: By their very nature, many Park District programs involve body contact, substantial physical exertion, emotional stress and/or use of equipment which represents a certain risk. It is recommended that you check with your physician prior to participating in Barrington Park District activities. This includes the additional warning for aerobic activities. Aerobic exercise is an activity in which, despite careful and proper preparation, instruction, medical advice, conditioning and equipment, there is still a substantial risk of injury. Dependent upon a person’s physical condition, age and skill level, aerobics can involve a substantial risk of the following types of injuries. This list is by no means complete, but includes some of the more common ones: heart attack, stroke and circulatory problems, bone and joint injuries, back injury, shin splints, muscle strain and other muscle injuries, foot problems, head and neck injuries. I understand that the Barrington Park District does not provide insurance or protection against injuries sustained by program participants. Please read the following information carefully and be aware that in registering yourself or your minor child/ward for participation in the park district program(s), you will be waiving and releasing all claims for injuries you or your child/ward might sustain arising out of the program(s). I give permission for my child/ward/self to participate in this program, trip, or activity and hereby waive, release and forever discharge any and all claims against the Barrington Park District or School District, its commissioners, employees, and volunteers for damages and/or injuries to the registrant, which may arise from participation in Barrington Park District programs. BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT PHOTO RELEASE: I understand that my child/ward or I may be photographed or videotaped while participating in a Barrington Park District program or special event. I give my permission for photos and videotapes of my child/ward or myself to be used to promote the Barrington Park District. Such photos and videotapes will remain the property of the Barrington Park District. I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE WAIVER, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. I understand my signature, or my guardian’s signature if I’m under 18, is required to take part in Park District programs. If submitting this form electronically, my electronic signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature.

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Support the PD/NISRA Volunteers Appreciated! Sponsorship Opportunities

Promote your business through sponsorship of Park District events. You’ll put your business and brand in front of thousands of local area residents, and our residents benefit from the programming that your sponsorship dollars help support. For more information on various sponsorship opportunities, please contact Anna Siegel at (847) 304-5272 or asiegel@barringtonparkdistrict.org.

Volunteering at the Park District is a wonderful opportunity to fulfill volunteer or community service requirements or just to “give back.” We do not need a daily commitment from you, but simply some assistance on an “as needed” basis. If interested, please contact Anna Siegel at (847) 304-5272.

Upcoming events where sponsors are needed: Noon Year’s Eve Ball, Breakfast with the Bunny and Daddy Daughter Date Night.

You Can Make a Difference

To provide the improved park services and facilities that you have requested and enjoy, additional funding is always needed. You may make a tax-deductible contribution as a memorial, to recognize a birthday, anniversary or simply as a way of showing your support to the community. Benches, boulders and even trash cans can be “gifted” to the Park District in a loved one’s name. Gifts may also be designated to benefit a specific facility or program. For more information, visit: www.barringtonparkdistrict.org!

Gift Certificates

It’s the perfect gift for the person who has everything. Purchase gift certificates at the Fitness and Recreation Center redeemable for fitness passes, swim passes and golf passes.

Information for Residents with Disabilities: NISRA Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association Do you know someone with a disability who would like to go out, have fun and make friends, but needs a little special assistance? Since 1976, the Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association (NISRA) has provided recreation programs for people with disabilities, with the objective of enriching the lives of people with disabilities through meaningful recreation experiences. Socializing, building physical skills, learning, relaxation and fun are some of the benefits gained from participating in NISRA’s year round activities. Sports, fitness, social, cultural, outdoor and preschool programs, along with camps, special events and trips offer enjoyment for children, teens and adults of all ability levels. NISRA also offers Special Olympics training and competition in 16 sports. NISRA’s full time professional recreation staff hold college degrees in therapeutic recreation or related fields, along with various certifications. Part-time staff and volunteers help people with disabilities learn new skills and have fun. Do you have a talent to share and some time to give? Contact NISRA to learn more about part-time work or volunteering. Ask for the NISRA brochure at the Park District office. Call (815) 459-0737 or visit www.nisra.org for more information. Visit us on Facebook.

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Park District General Information Boundaries 87 Facility & Rental Information 82 - 84 Hours/Contact Information 3 Memorial Program 80 NISRA 90 Registration Form 89 Registration Information 2, 86 Online Registration Information 88 Policies 85 Support the Park District 90

Adult Programs & Trips BACOA 77 Basketball League 64 Chicago Flower & Garden Show 76 Chicago Prohibition Tour 76 Death By Chocolate 75 Dog Training 71 Drury Lane Theater 74 Fashion Outlets of Chicago 74 Food, Fun and Friendships 73 Golf Learning Center 70 Ladies Night Out 72 Latin Dance Lessons 72 Mah Jongg 71 My Big Fat Greek Wedding Movie 75 Pabst Mansion 75 Pickleball 70 Private Drum Lessons 25 Red Cross 40 Shipshewana 76 SilverSneakers 55, 77 Softball League 70 The Little Traveler 75 Trip Policies 73 Vigneto del Bino Wine Tasting 76 Volleyball League 61 Walnut Room/Macy’s Luncheon 74 Wedding and Social Dance Lessons 72

Athletics 5-Star Sports 58 - 59 Adult Basketball League 70 Archery 39 Barrington Team Handball Club 65 Basketball 62 - 64 Golf 70 Knothole 59 Lacrosse 68 - 69 Mini Sportsters Academy 57 Open Gym 57 Pickleball 70 Self-Defense Training 67 Softball Leagues 70 SportsKids Inc. 60 Tennis 66 Volleyball 61 W.Kim Taekwondo 67 Birthday Parties

Cheer/Poms/Tumbling BYF 33 Epic Cheerleading 34 Tumbling 29 XStatic All Star Poms 35 Dance Youth Dance Adult Dance

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Early Childhood Athletics 19 Early Phonics Fun for 3’s 17 Fun with Phonics for 4 Year Olds 17 Guidelines 15 Kidcare (Nursery) 20 Little Linguists: Playing with Mandarin 18 Music Masters 18 Program Calendar 15 Rock 'n' Kids 17 Sibling Adventures 16 Superkids 16 Toddlers-N-Action 16 Tots Open Gym 15 Tot Time Gym 16

Fitness Balance Bodyworks Massage 56 Black Monday to Friday Sales 43 CycleWorkz 46 Fitness Center Hours/Contact 41 Healthy Living 55 ® In-Trinity 49 Jazzercise® 56 Kidcare (Nursery) 42 Member Spotlight 41 Membership Information 42 Policies 54 POUND® Introduction 47 Passport Classes 52 - 53 SilverSneakers 55, 77 Training 44 - 45 TRX® Suspension Training 46 Ultimate Fitness Experience 48 Wellness Watch 46 Yoga 50 - 51 Instructional Classes Art Classes Dog Training Kids Culinary Classes Lego Camps, Classes and Workshops Mah Jongg Private Drum Lessons Red Cross Self-Defense Training Skyline Studios Children’s Theatre Latin, Wedding & Social Dance

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Index Preschool Book Worms Extended Day Program Lil’ Picasso’s Studio Lil’ Sprouts Cooking Class Lunch Bunch Program Preschool Program Registration Information

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Special/Community Events Barrington Area Community Blood Drive 10, 55 Claus’s Candy Cane Hunt 4 Daddy Daughter Date Night 7 Easter Events 8 Holiday Bedtime Stories 4 Holiday Tea with My Doll & Me 5 Indian Guides & Princesses 10 KidFest 9 Ladies Night Out 9 Letters to Santa 4 Lil’ Dudes and Darlins Dance 6 Lunch with Santa 4 Noon Year’s Eve Ball 5 Safety Town 10 Smart Farm’s Frozen Zucchini 5K 10 Challenge Program

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Teen Archery 39 High School Basketball League 64 High School Ski Club 38 High-Performance Indoor Volleyball 39 Middle School Ski Club 37 P.L.A. Action Club 38 Private Drum Lessons 25 Red Cross 40 Self-Defense Training 67 Student Fitness Training 39 Teen Yoga 39 Ultimate Fitness Experience 48 Youth Cheerleading 33 - 34 Dance 30 - 32 Dog Training 71 Glitzy Girlz 22 Lego Camps, Classes and Workshops 24 - 25 Little Chefs Holiday Kitchen Creations 23 Manners 101 for Scouts 23 Middle School Ski Club 37 OneLife Cooking 23 Picasso’s Art and Creativity Workshop 27 P.L.A. Action Club 38 Private Drum Lessons 25 Red Cross 40 Science Classes 22 Stingrays Swim Team 36 Skyline Studios Children’s Theatre 28 TechStars Computer Explorer Classes 26 Tumbling 29 Ultimate Classes & Parties 22 Young Rembrandts Art Classes 27

Mission Statement The Barrington Park District seeks to enhance the quality of life and the environment; to acquire, conserve, and protect natural resources; and to provide health and recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities in our community.

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WE’RE PROUD TO SUPPORT THE

BARRINGTON PARK DISTRICT Being Barrington’s community bank means more than just offering solid banking solutions. It means doing our part to give back to the local charities and social organizations that unite and strengthen our communities. We’re particularly proud to support the Barrington Park District and its dedication to protecting natural resources and providing recreational opportunities for people in our community. It’s just one way we bring it home!

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF COMMUNITY BANKING!

BARRINGTON’S COMMUNITY BANK 201 S. Hough St. | Barrington, IL 60010 847-842-4500 | www.barringtonbank.com

WE’RE PROUD TO BRING IT HOME. As a company made in this area, for this area, Wintrust and its family of true community banks is dedicated to the unique neighborhoods each serves. For 25 years, we’ve been banks that invest in, give back to, and get to really know our communities and the people living in them. When you bank with a Wintrust Community Bank, you can be confident your money is going back into the things that matter most to you.

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