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A Letter from the Executive Director Bolingbrook Park District’s mission is to provide world class parks and recreation services in a fiscally responsible manner to enhance our community’s quality of life. This mission was developed during the 2013 Strategic Plan, in which the future vision of Bolingbrook Park District was created though the development of four major strategic initiatives: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Innovation Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty Financial Growth and Sustainability

The strategic implementation plan also helped solidify the long-term capital objectives of Bolingbrook Park District. Specifically, these objectives revolve around the development of a sustainable capital replacement program in order to meet current and future needs. The development of these objectives ensures we maintain our commitment to the Bolingbrook Park District community on the following: 1. Providing Bolingbrook residents with the best experiences possible in our parks and facilities. 2. Maintaining fiscal responsibility and ensuring a solid financial future. This past summer, the Board of Commissioners and Bolingbrook Park District staff contracted Public Communications Inc. for the next phase of our strategic plan. With their help, we assessed community reaction to capital asset replacement projects, as well as the community reaction to several potential new capital projects that were prioritized by the Board of Commissioners and staff earlier in the year. Two facilitated community discussion groups were held allowing participants to provide input into potential future projects. Attendees during the two community discussion groups were involved, astute and synergetic voicing support of the park district’s offerings and properties. It’s clear residents value Bolingbrook’s quality of life, made possible by engaged neighbors, smart planning, and the district’s array of recreational, athletic, educational and natural resources. In sum, we are encouraged by the community’s support and will work in the near future to improve the park district’s assets to keep in line with our mission statement. Sincerely,

Ron Oestreich Executive Director


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BIRTHDAY PARTIES EVENTS DanceForce Concert Don’t Throw Away Your Shot Fitness Event Happy Heart Month Parkie’s Egg Hunt Quinceanera Vendor Expo Scout Badge Day Week of the Young Child Winterfest AQUATICS Adult Swim Lessons Competitive Stroke Clinic Lifeguard Screening Parkie’s Babies Swim Lessons Parkie’s Harbor Heroes Summer Camp Parkie’s Starfish Stroke School Parkie’s Starfish Swim School Private Swim Lessons Semi-Private Lessons

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PELICAN HARBOR Celebrations at Pelican Harbor Hours & Fees Membership Information Group Outings & Private Rentals

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DANCE Advanced Ballroom Dance Ballet Ballet, Tap, Jazz Combo Ballet/Tumbling Ballroom Dance Bellydance Chicago Style Stepping Creative Movement DanceForce Excel Music Theatre Company Hot Tot Hip Hop Hip Hop Irish Dance Jazz Just Stretching Lyrical Kidz Hip Hop Parent & Me Creative Dance Power Dance Project Pre-Ballet Private/Semi Private Dance Lessons R&B Soul Line Dancing - Level I R&B Soul Line Dancing - Level II Strength Ballet Tap

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GYMNASTICS Beginning Tumbling Bolingbrook Illusions Team Boys Gymnastics Program Cheerleading Info Meeting/Demo/Try Outs 2

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Cheerleading – Level One Cheerleading – Level Two Cheerleading – Level Three Cheerleading – Storm Competitive Cheer Developmental Gymnastics “More Bars” Class Parent Tiny Tots Parent/Tot Gymnastics Tumbling for Dancers & Cheerleaders Tumble Tune Tots Preschool Gymnastics Preschool Tumbling

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NINJA Lil Ninjas Ninjas

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NATURE PROGRAMS Buckhorn Hiking Sticks Burrowing Groundhogs Cabin Fever Campfire Chip Mining Critter Tracks Egg-strardinary Eggs Footprints in the Snow Frolicking With Fairies Hikin’ Tykes Insect Safari Nature Art Nature Knitting Circle Owl Prowl Runaway Reptiles Spring Birding Ssssssnakes! Successful Vegetable Gardening Trail Tales Turtle Tales Weather Wizards Who Dung It? Winter Exploration

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HIDDEN OAKS NATURE CENTER Community Garden Plots

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PRESCHOOL Add-A-Day Program Little Learners Preschool Information Night Preschool Programs Preschool Snack & Dance Preschool Snack & Explore Preschool Snack & Learn Preschool Snack & Leap Preschool Snack & Move

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EARLY CHILDHOOD ABC’s All Around Me After Dinner Art Before ABC’s Bracelets, Bangles, and Beads Color & Shape Search Construct It Courteous Kids

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Eating a Rainbow Grow with Me Lunchbox Club Math & Me Messy Toddlers Mini Math Music Together Music Together Spring Demo Class My Saturday School Outdoor Art Parent’s Night Out Prepping for Pencils Safety School Saturday Play Date Science Time Smart Art Things That Go Words Around the World Zumbini

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ATHLETICS Adult & Tot T-Ball N’ Soccer Stars Adult & Tot T-Ball Training Adult & Tot Fit N’ Fun Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot Triple Play Sportsters Fit N’ Fun for Kids Karate K-2nd Grade Jr. Basketball League Lil’ Jammers Skills & Games Lil’ Olympians Little Dribblers Mini Kickers N’ T-Ballers Mini Soccer Pee Wee Sportsters Sporting Encounters Spring Instructional T-Ball T-Ball Training Tiny Tot Olympics Yoga for Youngsters

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HOMESCHOOL PROGRAMS Home School Artists Home School Open Gym Home School PE Home School Swim

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YOUTH GENERAL INTEREST Ceramic Fun Friday’s Checkmate Chess Early Dismissal Art Classes Glitzy Girlz: Flower Me Pretty Glitzy Girlz: Mother/Daughter Besties Bling Boutique Glitzy Girlz: Winter Blues Glam Spa Got Self-Esteem & Leadership Great Food Detective Guitar Karate – Strike a Chord 66 Hocus Pocus Kathy’s Delicious Treats LEGO Engineering Academy LEGO Robotics Academy Let’s Build It – Chain Reactions

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Let’s Build It – Crazy Circuits Lunchbox Club Next Gen Artists Piano Karate – More than just Chopsticks Science & History of Lovely Leprechauns STEM Learn to Program St. Patrick’s Day Slimeology Lap Wacky Winter Wonderland Science ATHLETICS Basketball Shooting Beginner & Youth Tennis Family Archery Floor Hockey Skills & Games Fun with Floor Hockey & Flag Football Hitting & Pitcher/Catcher Techniques Junior Lacrosse League Kids X-Treme Sports Conditioning Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts Shotokan Pre-Karate Parent & Child Karate Pitch & Putt Golf Quick Start Tennis Soccer Skills & Games Clinic Spring 3-on-3 Recreational Basketball Spring 3-on-3 Recreational Soccer Tae Kwon Do Youth Archery Youth Basketball Skills Youth Dodgeball Youth Karate Youth Track, Field & Fitness Youth Volleyball Skills CLIMBING WALL Certification Program Climbing Wall Lessons Little Geckos Manual Belay Certifications Open Rock Climb Parent/Tot Monkey Climbers Parties & Rentals Strength on the Rocks Teen Climbing 101 CAMPS Baseball & Softball Skills Clinic Basketball Skills Camp Basketball Skills Clinic Camp Alotta Fun Winter Camp Days Off School Camp Days Off Preschool Camp LEGO Robotics/Stem Day Off Camp LEGO Robotics/Stem Spring Break Camp LEGO Robotics/Stem Winter Break Camp Little Naturalist Winter Camp Multi-Sport Mania Camp Nature Spring Break Camp

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Nature Winter Camp Preschool Holiday Camp Preschool Winter Blast Camp 79 School Out! Nature Camp Soccer Skills Camp Volleyball Clinic Volleyball Skills Camp Youth Winter Blast Camp OPEN PLAY ACC Open Gym Adult Volleyball BRAC Open Gym Open Pickleball Parent/Child Open Gym Senior Volleyball Table Tennis Youth/Teen Volleyball TEENS 2nd Annual Quinceanera Vendor Expo ACT Practice Test Alpine Valley Ski Trip Birches Assisted Living Service Project Escape Room Feed My Starving Children Lyman Woods Nature Center Open Skate Night at the Darien Sportsplex SAT Practice Test Self Defense Seminar Teen Job Fair ADULTS 2nd Annual Quinceanera Vendor Expo 32nd Annual Road Rally GENERAL INTEREST Beginner Stained Glass Workshop Ceramic Studio Drawing Class Island Watercolors Mini Ceramic Studio Class Retro Snowman Mixed Spring Flowers SHARP Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Stoneware Glaze Combinations Stunning Stoneware Shamrock Watercolor & Sketching Basics ADULT TRIPS A Day at the Races – Arlington Park Beer, Bikes, and Brats Blue Man Group Chicago Food Tour Dueling Pianos at Starved Rock Holland, Michigan Tulip Festival Holocaust Museum Museum of Broadcast Communications Lyric Opera Backstage Tour Safehouse Chicago! UR The Artist Painting Party

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ATHLETICS Adult Karate Co-Rec Softball Leagues Co-Rec Volleyball League Men’s Adult Basketball League Men’s 12” Softball League Men’s Flag Football Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts Over 30 3-on-3 Basketball League Over 40 Men’s Master’s 12” Softball Summer Softball Tae Kwon Do

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RACQUETBALL & WALLYBALL

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HEALTH/WELLNESS Bodyfit Boot Camp Buddy-Up Workouts Dine & Learn Series Family Flow Yoga Kettlebell Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga Hatha Yoga at Hidden Oaks Health Coaching Services Lighten Up: Weight loss Challenge Little Black Dress NRG Zone Small Group Training Red Tread Month Restorative Yoga Rockin’ Red Zumba Party Viking Raiders Camp Weight Loss Transformation Yoga Nidra

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ASHBURY’S AT BOUGHTON RIDGE 109 Banquets 108 BOUGHTON RIDGE GOLF COURSE 107 LIFESTYLES FITNESS CENTER 102-105 HIDDEN LAKES 106 CHILDCARE SERVICES

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BOLINGBROOK ATHLETIC COUNCIL (BAC) 112-116 LCSRA

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FACILITY RENTAL INFORMATION PARKS GRID PARKS INFORMATION

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REGISTRATION FORM REGISTRATION INFORMATION RESIDENT ID PROGRAM RESIDENT ID REGISTRATION

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CALL SHERRY AT (630) 783-6653 TODAY! 4

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www.bolingbrookparks.org/birthdayparties

Official supplier of pizzas!


SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 Annerino Community Center . 10:00 am-2:00 pm

TIME

EVENT

LOCATION

Information Tables, Food Vendors, Climbing Wall Open Climb

Lobby

Inflatable Slide, Photo Booth, Troy Hambly - Ice Safety

Gym

Spin Art, Tattoos

Pre-School Rooms

Storytime, Cookie Decorating Station (while supplies last)

REC Room

Karaoke with Studio 300

Board Room

Indoor Snowball Fight

Racquetball Courts

Bookmobile, Rocket Ice Slap Shot, Zamboni from Rocket Ice Arena

Central Park Circle Drive

Klondike Sled Rides, Snow Painting, Fire Pit

Central Park

Archery - Donation of $5 per family appreciated towards the Bolingbrook

Buildings & Grounds Facility

12:00-12:30 pm

Excel Music Theatre Company

Gym

1:00-2:00 pm

Illusions Gymnastics, Storm Cheer and Ninja Performances

Gymnastics Gym

10:00 am-2:00 pm

Park District Foundation

Presented in partnership with

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Presented in partnership with

Break up the doldrums of winter and keep your heart healthy with Bolingbrook Park District and AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center, Bolingbook!

PHYSICAL STRENGTH EMOTIONAL STRENGTH MENTAL STRENGTH NUTRITIONAL BALANCE DADDY DAUGHTER SOCIAL

Work Out to Keep Your Heart Strong Spend Quality Time with Loved Ones Keeping Your Mind Sharp Eating for Overall Health

Ages 4-15 years with dad Dads and daughters spend a special night together dancing on the dance floor, making a keepsake craft, having a memorable picture taken and making your own ice cream sundae. Registration cannot be accepted at the door. Each dad and daughter must register and pay individually. Space is limited, so register early. Daughter must be age specified by February 8. Day: Thursday Time: 6:45-8:45 pm Location: DuPage Township Senior Levy Center Fee: $24 per person w/Resident ID: $16 per person Date: February 8 12291A Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 30 or earlier if full

WE LOVE OUR CUSTOMERS GYMNASTICS FEST

ROCKIN’ RED ZUMBA PARTY

Ages 12 years & up In honor of Happy Heart Month, join us for dancing to get your heart beat pumping for a cause. This is a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime of heart health. Net proceeds are donated to fund heart research, education, and treatment programs through AMITA Health, Adventist Medical Center, Bolingbrook. Member Status Fitness Member Non-Fitness Member

Fee On/Before Feb 20 $5 $7

Feb 21-23 $10 $10

Code 14056A 14056B

Day: Friday Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Date: February 23 Key Contact: Vanessa Peca-Burkhart

Ages 3-12 years & adults Love is in the air in February and we love our customers! Come join us for a fun filled evening. Flying, tumbling, balancing and flipping are some of the activities you will enjoy. Test your skills scaling up the climbing wall in the Annerino Community Center. End the evening with a slice of pizza and a beverage. Please note: each child must be supervised by an adult the entire evening. Each person, child and adults will need to pay the fee. Registration is strongly encouraged prior to the day of the event. Day: Saturday Time: 5:30-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $12 per person 12269B For more information, log on to w/Res ID: $8 per person www.happyheartmonth.com. Date: February 24 Instructor: Gymnastics & Cheer Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen 6

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Presented in partnership with

DON’T THROW AWAY YOUR SHOT TO A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE

Meet our trainers, group exercise instructors and staff FREE group exercise classes for you to try Health Screenings from AMITA Health EARLY CHILDHOOD

AGES 3 MONTHS-5 YEARS

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DANCEFORCE 16TH ANNUAL CONCERT

Lights, Camera, DANCEFORCE Saturday, February 3

1:00 pm matinee & 5:30 pm evening show Bolingbrook High School Visit bolingbrookparks.org for ticket information. Come see two different and exciting shows!

2nd Annual

QuinceaĂąera Vendor Expo Saturday, March 10 . 12:30-4:30 pm Annerino Community Center . Free Admission

Come shop for those special items you need for your QuinceaĂąera. Vendors will be on hand to answer your questions and help you plan your special day. Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Parkie's Egg Hunt

Ages Infant-10 years Hunt for candy-filled eggs like never before - in the water. Some eggs will contain a special ticket for a bonus prize. Parents of the young children should plan on getting in the pool with your child. Special bags will be provided to each participant. Everyone registered is invited to stay and swim through 11:30 am. Please make sure you are on-time for your designated time slot. Each age group will have 10 minutes in the water to play, but the egg hunt for each age group will only last 2 minutes. Please note: Any child or infant through 10 years old participating in the egg hunt must register. Ages 0-2 3-5 6-8 9-10 Open Swim (ALL)

Time 9:30-9:40 am 9:45-9:55 am 10:00-10:10 am 9:30-9:40 am 10:20-11:30 am

Code 26441A 26441B 26441C 26441D Included

Day: Friday (no school) Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Fee: $10 w/Resident ID: $7 Date: March 30 Key Contact: Rob Bast 8

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Sunday, April 22 - Friday, April 27

TONS OF TRUCKS AND KIDS VENDOR FAIR Sunday, April 22 . 11:00 am-2:00 pm Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

OPEN HOUSE FAMILY BINGO NIGHT Monday, April 23 . 4:00-6:00pm Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

FAMILY STEAM NIGHT

Children and parents can experience Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math activities together. Wednesday, April 25 . 4:30-6:00 pm Annerino Community Center

NATURE CRAFT & S’MORES BY THE CAMPFIRE Thursday, April 26 . 4:00-6:00 pm (rain or shine) Hidden Oaks Nature Center

PAJAMA PARTY SING-ALONG WITH MISS CAROLE

*Children are invited to wear their PJ’s and bring stuffed animals

Tuesday, April 24 . 6:00-7:00 pm Annerino Community Center

ICE CREAM SOCIAL AND ACTIVITY NIGHT Co-sponsored by Culver’s of Bolingbrook Friday, April 27 . 6:00-8:00 pm Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

RUBBER DUCKY SWIM

*Parent/Tot Swim with rubber duckies; each child can take one home

Wednesday, April 25 . 10:30 am-3:00 pm Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park

Presented in partnership with

EVENTS

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SCOUT BADGE DAY Saturday, May 12

Join us for engaging and interactive sessions designed for scouts to complete requirements to earn their badge. Focus areas include: amazing animals, hiking, conservation, geology, treasure hunting, and first aid. Snacks and materials are provided, however lunch and badges are not supplied by the nature center. Come to one or all sessions! A 45-minute lunch break is built into the schedule. Programs take place rain or shine. Dress for the weather as portions of the programs will be held outside. Pre-registration required. Deadline: May 4. $6/scout per session To register, please contact Kate Johns at (630) 910-2304 or email her at kjohns@bolingbrookparks.org. TIME

SESSION

DESCRIPTION

9:00-10:00 am

Amazing Animals

Learn about different kinds of animals and how they fit into the world. Go on a birdwatching hike, learn about the food web and get to visit our resident reptiles!

10:15-11:15 am

Hiking

Hiking is so much fun! Learn where to go hiking in our area, what to take with you, safety tips and how to read trail signs. Go on a hike around our woods and put your skills to the test!

11:30 am-12:30 pm

Conservation

Explore the world of pollution and how it affects wildlife and different habitats. Go on a litter hike, play some recycling games and make a recycled craft to take home .

12:30-1:15 pm

Lunch

1:15-2:15 pm

Geology

Learn about how rocks are formed, identify some different types, find out how people use rocks and minerals, break open some geodes, run some experiments and search for fossils.

2:30-3:30 pm

Treasure Hunter

Let’s go on a treasure hunt! Learn about all the ways you can find treasure including orienteering, letterboxing, and geocaching. We’ll learn how to use a compass and solve some puzzles to find our treasure!

3:45-4:45 pm

First Aid

Figure out what you need when there’s an emergency! Practice doing some basic first aid, talk about how and when to call 9-1-1 and learn how to protect yourself from nature’s dangers!

If you are unable to attend Scout Badge Day, you may schedule a field trip to Hidden Oaks Conservation Area by contacting Kate Johns at (630) 910-2304 or at kjohns@bolingbrookparks.org.

For information on Scout Merit Badge Night at Pelican Harbor, please contact Tim Jaskiewicz at (630) 783-6637

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Swimming: A lifetime of benefits

• Teaches important safety skills to prevent drowning • Provides a fun and challenging way to help you stay fit • Something that you can continue to do for the rest of your life • Improve your stamina, flexibility, strength, balance and posture • Provides healthy cardiovascular activity • It is a mental exercise that can help improve your emotional health & well-being

PARKIE’S BABIES SWIM LESSONS

Ages 3-36 months Enroll now in the innovative babies program that started here at the Bolingbrook Park District. Parkie’s Babies is a class divided into 5 progressive levels that starts baby at bubbles and ends in swimming safely to the wall. This is a wonderful bonding opportunity for child and caregiver to have fun and learn new skills in the water. Each non-potty trained baby must have a swim diaper and lined swimsuit. No age exceptions can be made for enrollment of this class. Session 1 Day Time

Early Bird

Fee

Fee w/Res ID w/Res ID

Dates

Code

TU/TH 9:50-10:20 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 9-25 16138A TU/TH 5:30-6:00 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 9-25 16138B TU/TH 6:10-6:40 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 9-25 16138C SA 9:00-9:30 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 6-Feb 10 16138D SA 9:45-10:15 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 6-Feb 10 16138E SA 10:30-11:00 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 6-Feb 10 16138F Early Bird fee deadline is December 24. Regular rates apply after this date.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR SWIM LESSONS?

Session 3 TU/TH 9:50-10:20 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Feb 20-Mar 8 16140A TU/TH 5:30-6:00 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Feb 20-Mar 8 16140B TU/TH 6:10-6:40 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Feb 20-Mar 8 16140C Early Bird fee deadline is February 6. Regular rates apply after this date.

Is Your Child Under the Age of 3?

SA 9:00-9:30 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Feb 17-Mar 24 16140D SA 9:45-10:15 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Feb 17-Mar 24 16140E SA 10:30-11:00 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Feb 17-Mar 24 16140F Early Bird fee deadline is February 3. Regular rates apply after this date.

YES NO

Register for PARKIE’S BABIES (on page 11)

Can Your Child Swim 30 Feet Using a Basic Freestyle Motion?

On the first day of lessons, we will place you and your child in the appropriate level.

Session 2 TU/TH 9:50-10:20 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 30-Feb 15 16139B TU/TH 5:30-6:00 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 30-Feb 15 16139C TU/TH 6:10-6:40 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Jan 30-Feb 15 16139D Early Bird fee deadline is January 16. Regular rates apply after this date.

Session 4 TU/TH 9:50-10:20 am $58/$45 $63/$50 Mar 13-Apr 5 16141A TU/TH 5:30-6:00 pm $58/$45 $63/$50 Mar 13-Apr 5 16141B TU/TH 6:10-6:40 pm $58/$45 $63/$50 Mar 13-Apr 5 16141C Early Bird fee deadline is February 27. Regular rates apply after this date.

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YES

Session 5 TU/TH 9:50-10:20 am $42/$33 $47/$38 Apr 17-May 3 26140A TU/TH 5:30-6:00 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Apr 17-May 3 26140B TU/TH 6:10-6:40 pm $42/$33 $47/$38 Apr 17-May 3 26140C Early Bird fee deadline is April 3. Regular rates apply after this date.

Register for SWIM SCHOOL

Register for STROKE SCHOOL

SA 9:00-9:30 am $27/$20 $32/$25 Apr 14-May 5 26140D SA 9:45-10:15 am $27/$20 $32/$25 Apr 14-May 5 26140E SA 10:30-11:00 am $27/$20 $32/$25 Apr 14-May 5 26140F Early Bird fee deadline is March 31. Regular rates apply after this date.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

(on page 13)

AGES 3 MONTHS-5 YEARS

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Rob Bast bolingbrookparks.org

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Parkie’s Starfish

Parkie has teamed up with Starfish Swimming to bring you an enhanced swim lesson experience! Taught by certified learn basic life-saving skills or are working to improve your strokes, there is a place for you in our program.

PARKIE’S STARFISH SWIM SCHOOL

(typically ages 3-8 years) Swim school is geared toward the new or recreational swimmer. Students progress through various skill levels as they master the following: White

Go underwater and hold breath for 5 seconds without coughing upon resurfacing

Red

Jump into pool, come up for air, swim on back with kick and hand sculling (movement)

Yellow

Jump into pool, come up for air, swim forward 10 feet with alternating arms (hands out of water) while breathing to either side; return to wall

Blue

Jump into pool, come to surface, swim on either side 10 feet with kick, one arm extended above head, face out of water

Green

Swim on side (see blue description), then swim 30 feet with alternating arms (elbows and hands out of water) AND rhythmic breathing

Session 1 Day Time

Early Bird Fee Dates Code Fee w/Res w/Res ID ID TU/TH 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 9-Jan 25 16240A TU/TH 4:00-4:40 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 9-Jan 25 16240B TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 9-Jan 25 16240C TU/TH 5:30-6:10 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 9-Jan 25 16240D Early Bird fee deadline is December 24. Regular rates apply after this date. W 4:10-4:50 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 10-Feb 14 16240E Early Bird fee deadline is December 27. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 9:00-9:40 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 6-Feb 10 16240F SA 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 6-Feb 10 16240G SA 11:05-11:45 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 6-Feb 10 16240H Early Bird fee deadline is December 24. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 2 TU/TH 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 30-Feb 15 16241A TU/TH 4:00-4:40 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 30-Feb 15 16241B TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 30-Feb 15 16241C TU/TH 5:30-6:10 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 30-Feb 15 16241D Early Bird fee deadline is January 16. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 3 TU/TH 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 20-Mar 8 16242A TU/TH 4:00-4:40 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 20-Mar 8 16242B TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 20-Mar 8 16242C TU/TH 5:30-6:10 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 20-Mar 8 16242D Early Bird fee deadline is February 6. Regular rates apply after this date. W 4:10-4:50 pm $73/$57 $78/$62 Feb 21-Apr 4 16242E Early Bird fee deadline is February 7. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 9:00-9:40 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 17-Mar 24 16242F SA 9:45a-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 17-Mar 24 16242G SA 11:05-11:45 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 17-Mar 24 16242H Early Bird fee deadline is February 3. Regular rates apply after this date.

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Session 4 TU/TH 9:45-10:25 am $84/$66 $89/$71 Mar 13-Apr 5 16242I TU/TH 4:00-4:40 pm $84/$66 $89/$71 Mar 13-Apr 5 16242J TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $84/$66 $89/$71 Mar 13-Apr 5 16242K TU/TH 5:30-6:10 pm $84/$66 $89/$71 Mar 13-Apr 5 16242L Early Bird fee deadline is February 27. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 5 TU/TH 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Apr 17-May 3 26242A TU/TH 4:00-4:40 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Apr 17-May 3 26242B TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Apr 17-May 3 26242C TU/TH 5:30-6:10 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Apr 17-May 3 26242D Early Bird fee deadline is April 3. Regular rates apply after this date. W 4:10-4:50 pm $28/$22 $33/$27 Apr 18-May 2 26242E Early Bird fee deadline is April 4. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 9:00-9:40 am $40/$31 $45/$36 Apr 14-May 5 26242F SA 9:45-10:25 am $40/$31 $45/$36 Apr 14-May 5 26242G SA 11:05-11:45 am $40/$31 $45/$36 Apr 14-May 5 26242H Early Bird fee deadline is March 31. Regular rates apply after this date.

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Rob Bast

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE FIRST DAY OF SWIM LESSONS:

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of class and check-in at the desk inside Pelican Harbor The lesson coordinator will ask you about your child’s swimming ability to determine which level they should be placed. This is typically for repeat students. We have a testing station to determine the level of each child. This is for students that are new to the program or we haven’t seen in lessons for a while. Every student will be asked to perform a variety of skills by the teacher within their color level to ensure they have been placed correctly.


Swim Lessons

instructors, our program places emphasis on safety as well as skill. Whether you are looking to All participants must wear a lined swim suit.

PARKIE’S STARFISH STROKE SCHOOL

(typically ages 7-14 years) Stroke School is geared towards the swimmer looking to move towards competitive swimming or becoming a stronger technical swimmer. Students progress through various skill levels as they the master the following: White

Swim freestyle 25 yards with consistent kick, rotary breathing, and proper arm technique

Red

Swim backstroke 25 yards with consistent kick and proper arm technique

Yellow

Swim 4 strokes butterfly; then freestyle remainder of pool length (see white level description for freestyle)

Blue

Swim breaststroke 25 yards with proper kick, arm pull, and timing for breathing

Green

Swim each stroke (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke) 50 yards with proper technique; butterfly 25 yards with proper technique. Perform flip turns and open turns

Session 1 Day Time

Early Bird Fee Dates Code Fee w/Res ID w/Res ID TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 9-25 16340A TU/TH 6:15-6:55 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 9-25 16340B Early Bird fee deadline is December 24. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 6-Feb 10 16340D SA 11:05-11:45 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 6-Feb 10 16340E Early Bird fee deadline is December 24. Regular rates apply after this date.

Session 5 TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Apr 17-May 3 26342A TU/TH 6:15-6:55 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Apr 17-May 3 26342B Early Bird fee deadline is April 3. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 9:45-10:25 am $40/$31 $45/$36 Apr 14-May 5 26342D SA 11:05-11:45 am $40/$31 $45/$36 Apr 14-May 5 26342E Early Bird fee deadline is March 31. Regular rates apply after this date.

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Rob Bast

Session 2 TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 30-Feb 15 16341A TU/TH 6:15-6:55 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Jan 30-Feb 15 16341B Early Bird fee deadline is January 16. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 3 TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 20-Mar 8 16342A TU/TH 6:15-6:55 pm $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 20-Mar 8 16342B Early Bird fee deadline is February 6. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 9:45-10:25 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 17-Mar 24 16342C SA 11:05-11:45 am $62/$48 $67/$53 Feb 17-Mar 24 16342D Early Bird fee deadline is February 3. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 4 TU/TH 4:45-5:25 pm $84/$66 $89/$71 Mar 13-Apr 5 16344A TU/TH 6:15-6:55 pm $84/$66 $89/$71 Mar 13-Apr 5 16344B Early Bird fee deadline is February 27. Regular rates apply after this date.

If you are 15 years or older, then you should be registered for Adult Swim Lessons on page 15: • If this is your first time swimming or you cannot swim more than 30 feet using a basic freestyle technique, you should register for Adult Lessons - Beginner. • If you can swim at least 30 feet using a basic freestyle technique, you should register for Adult Lessons - Intermediate

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SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS

Ages 3-14 years Many children learn better in a smaller setting and more practice time. With our semi-private swim lessons, each class will have one teacher certified in the levels featured in our group lesson curriculum. Each class will only have 2 students, with pairings being based on comparable swimming ability. Make up classes are not available. Day Time

Early Bird Fee Fee w/Res ID w/Res ID

Date

Code

Session 1 W 5:00-5:30 pm $102/$81 $107/$86 Jan 10-Feb 14 16343A W 5:40-6:10 pm $102/$81 $107/$86 Jan 10-Feb 14 16343B Early Bird fee deadline is December 27. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 8:15-8:45 am $102/$81 $107/$86 Jan 6-Feb 10 16243A SA 10:30-11:00 am $102/$81 $107/$86 Jan 6-Feb 10 16343C Early Bird fee deadline is December 27. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 2 W 5:00-5:30 pm $120/$95 $125/$100 Feb 21-Apr 4 16343D W 5:40-6:10 pm $120/$95 $125/$100 Feb 21-Apr 4 16343E Early Bird fee deadline is February 7. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 8:15-8:45 am $102/$81 $107/$86 Feb 17-Mar 24 16243B SA 10:30-11:00 am $102/$81 $107/$86 Feb 17-Mar 24 16343F Early Bird fee deadline is February 3. Regular rates apply after this date. Session 3 W 5:00-5:30 pm $49/$38 $54/$43 Apr 18-May 2 26243A W 5:40-6:10 pm $49/$38 $54/$43 Apr 18-May 2 26243B Early Bird fee deadline is April 4. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 8:15-8:45 am $66/$52 $71/$57 Apr 14-May 5 26344A SA 10:30-11:00 am $66/$52 $71/$57 Apr 14-May 5 26243C Early Bird fee deadline is March 31. Regular rates apply after this date.

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Ages 3 years & up 1:1 student to instructor ratio Exercise, learn new techniques, or learn the strokes necessary for quality swimming in a one-on-one educational setting. Serious learning and serious fun! You must register and purchase private lessons in advance at the LifeStyles desk located at BRAC. Once registration is received, you will be contacted by an instructor within 1 week to choose a time for the lessons to begin based on your availability. There will be no lessons scheduled during group lesson times.

(Buy 9 individual private lessons get 1 free!)

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Where the fun is!

This class is designed to enhance and improve swimming strokes in a fun, competitive environment. Clinic will be led by the coaches of the Bolingbrook Pelicans Swim Team. All four competitive strokes will be concentrated on, along with personal goals. Competitive starts and turns will be covered each week based on the stroke of focus for that week. Students will also gain an understanding of the physical and mental benefits of swimming. Prerequisites: participants must be able to swim 50 yards continuous swim (two lengths of the pool) one of the competitive strokes. NEW TO COMPETITIVE SWIMMING (One year or less) Stroke Date Code Butterfly April 16-18 16510A Early Bird fee deadline is April 2. Regular rates apply after this date Backstroke April 23-25 16510B Early Bird fee deadline is April 9. Regular rates apply after this date Breaststroke April 30-May 2 16510C Early Bird fee deadline is April 16. Regular rates apply after this date Freestyle May 7-9 16510D Early Bird fee deadline is April 23. Regular rates apply after this date Starts and Turns May 14-16 16510E Early Bird fee deadline is April 30. Regular rates apply after this date

Day: Monday & Wednesday Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Fee: $31 w/Resident ID: $21 Early Bird Fee: $26 Early Bird w/Resident ID: $16 Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park TWO OR MORE YEARS OF COMPETITIVE SWIMMING EXPERIENCE Stroke Date Code Butterfly April 17-19 16510F Early Bird fee deadline is April 3. Regular rates apply after this date

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Rob Bast

30-minute Single Lesson (single person) 3 Private Lessons Pass 5 Private Lessons Pass 10 Single Private Lesson Pass

COMPETITIVE STROKE CLINIC

$22 $63 $100 $198

BEST VALUE!

Backstroke April 24-26 16510G Early Bird fee deadline is April 10. Regular rates apply after this date Breaststroke May 1-3 16510H Early Bird fee deadline is April 17. Regular rates apply after this date Freestyle May 8-10 16510J Early Bird fee deadline is April 24. Regular rates apply after this date Starts and Turns May 15-17 16510K Early Bird free deadline is May 1. Regular rates apply after this date

Day: Tuesday & Thursday Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Fee: $31 w/Resident ID: $21 Early Bird Fee: $26 Early Bird w/Resident ID: $16 Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park


ADULT SWIM LESSONS

Ages 15 years & up It’s never too late to learn how to swim and become more comfortable in the water! In this class you will learn basic water skills and swim techniques. There is also time to improve specific strokes. There is something for everyone in a class designed for all ability levels. Classes on Saturday are designed for beginners, while Wednesday classes will be for intermediate swimmers. Beginner Classes Day Time

Early Bird Fee Fee Dates Code w/Res ID w/Res ID SA 8:00-8:50 am $77/$61 $82/$66 Jan 6-Feb 10 16640A Early Bird fee deadline is December 24. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 8:00-8:50 am $77/$61 $82/$66 Feb 17-Mar 24 16640B Early Bird fee deadline is February 3. Regular rates apply after this date. SA 8:00-8:50 am $50/$40 $55/$45 Apr 14-May 5 26641G Early Bird fee deadline is March 31. Regular rates apply after this date. Intermediate Classes W 7:00-7:50 pm $77/$61 $82/$66 Jan 10-Feb 14 16640C Early Bird fee deadline is December 27. Regular rates apply after this date.

PARKIE’S HARBOR HEROES SUMMER CAMP

Ages 8-14 years Kidsthat have wondered what it’s like to work at Pelican Harbor will have the time of their lives getting the behind the scenes training of a lifeguard, instruction on swimming, and the fun of a summer camp. Campers will take fun and unique Aqua-ventures every Friday. This camp is a safe option for kids to spend their days at the water park and learn valuable lifesaving skills. Campers will need to bring lunch for each day of camp and a refillable water bottle. Campers are also required to bring a backpack containing a towel, swim suit, and sun screen. Please be aware on Fridays the camp will run until 4:00 pm to allow for travel to and from the Aqua-ventures. A typical day for a Harbor Hero includes a swimming lesson from 8:45-9:25 am. After the lesson the campers will meet the counselor within the waterpark to begin the day of fun. The campers will learn lifeguard skills and techniques in preparation to compete in the IPRA Junior Lifeguard Games in the middle of July. That event will run into the evening hours. The first day of camp for the summer is June 11. Look for details in our summer program guide.

W 7:00-7:50 pm $91/$73 $96/$78 Feb 21-Apr 4 16640D Early Bird fee deadline is February 7. Regular rates apply after this date. W 7:00-7:50 pm $36/$28 $41/$33 Apr 18-May 2 26640A Early Bird fee deadline is April 4. Regular rates apply after this date.

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Rob Bast

LIFEGUARD SCREENING

Have you ever wanted to be a lifeguard at Pelican Harbor? Take the first step by finding out what it takes at our FREE screening! Screening will include: • Swim Test • Treading water • Information video • Meet the managers that run the facility Bring a suit (one-piece), towel, and a great attitude Date Wed, Wed, Wed, Wed, Wed,

Mar 14 Apr 11 Apr 25 May 9 May 16

Time 6:00-8:00 pm 6:00-8:00 pm 6:00-8:00 pm 6:00-8:00 pm 6:00-8:00 pm

Code 16690A 16690B 26690A 26690B 26690C

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Tim Jaskiewicz

ADULTS AGES 18 YEARS & UP

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ENJOY PELICAN HARBOR YEAR ROUND & SAVE! MEMBER BENEFITS PACKAGE IS A 16

$95 VALUE!

Where the fun is!

IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO THINK ABOUT YOUR

SUMMER POOL PASS! SAVE $25 IF YOU PURCHASE BEFORE APRIL 30

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On-Site Concessions Beach Volleyball

PARKIE THE PELICAN BIRTHDAY PARTIES! PARTY ON PARKIE’S BAY OR HARBOR DECK! PIZZA & POP FOR UP TO 15 GUESTS SOUVENIR GIFT FOR THE BIRTHDAY CHILD

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MEMBERSHIP HAS IT'S BENEFITS AT PELICAN HARBOR This chart showcases all the membership options that are available to you. You will find memberships that include fitness, open play and aquatics. There truly is an option for everyone! To purchase a membership, please give us a call or stop in to speak with a Customer Care Representative.

UNTIL 4/30:

RESIDENT

$33.50 monthy

$59

monthy

$65

monthy

$10

$55 AFTER 4/30:

$15

monthy

$80 UNTIL 4/30:

NON-RESIDENT

$33.50 monthy

$59

monthy

$64

$65

monthy

AFTER 4/30:

$19

monthy

$89 LifeStyles ACC

LifeStyles BRAC

Group Exercise Classes

Specialty Fitness Classes Included

(NRG Zone, BodyFit Bootcamp, Kettlebell)

Free Personal Training Strategy Session

Monthly 30-minute Personal Training Session ACC Gym (Includes basketball)

BRAC Gym

Child Care (Total Number of Children/Membership)

2

2

4

Pelican Harbor Year-Round

(Includes Open Basketball, Pickelball, Table Tennis and Open Volleyball)

• •

Pelican Harbor Summer Months Only (May-September)

$5 Off Group Swim Lessons

$15 Off Poolside Birthday Parties

$25 Off Private Pool Parties

Pelican Harbor Reusable Bag (1 per family)

Refillable Pelican Harbor Cup

Option to Purchase 5-Punch Admission Card For Guests.

Early Entry Into Pelican Harbor (Summer Months Only)

Free Fitness Guest Passes

1

1

1

3

3

3

(Summer Months Only at Outdoor Concessions)

(Total Number of Passes Per Membership)

Free Pelican Harbor Guest Passes

(Total Number of Passes Per Membership)

3

3

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PELICAN HARBOR INDOOR AQUATIC PARK

POOL SCHEDULE Effective January 6, 2018

5:00 am-5:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Non-Peak

5:00 am-4:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Non-Peak

5:00 am-4:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Non-Peak

5:00 am-4:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Non-Peak

5:00 am-10:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Non-Peak

7:00-9:00 am Lap Swimming

LAP

Peak

7:00 am-6:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Peak

8:00-11:30 am Open Swim

7:00 -10:15 am Aqua Fitness

7:00 -9:00 am Aqua Fitness

7:00-10:15 am Aqua Fitness

7:00-9:00 am Aqua Fitness

8:00-10:15 am Aqua Fitness

7:00-8:00 am Swim Team LAP

(no slides) LAP/ACTIVITY Peak

10:30-11:30 am Aqua Fitness

9:30-10:30 am Swim Lessons

10:30-11:30 am Aqua Fitness

9:30-10:30 am Swim Lessons

10:30-11:30 am Aqua Fitness

8:00 am-Noon Swim Lessons

Noon-6:00 pm Open Swim

10:30 am-4:00 pm Open Swim

10:30 am-4:00 pm Open Swim

10:30 am-4:00 pm Open Swim

10:30 am-4:00 pm Open Swim

10:30 am-4:00 pm Open Swim

LAP

ACTIVITY

(no slides) LAP/ACTIVITY Non-Peak

LAP

LAP/ACTIVITY

(no slides) LAP/ACTIVITY Non-Peak

4:00-8:00 pm Open Swim

4:00-7:00 pm Swim Lessons

5:00-7:00 pm Swim Team 5:00-8:00 pm LCSRA Lessons/ Swim Team

ACTIVITY

Peak

LAP

LAP

7:00-8:00 pm Aqua Fitness LAP

LAP

ACTIVITY

(no slides) LAP/ACTIVITY Non-Peak

(no slides) LAP/ACTIVITY Non-Peak

ACTIVITY

(no slides) LAP/ACTIVITY Non-Peak

4:00-7:00 pm Swim Lessons

7:00-8:00 pm Swim Team

4:00-8:00 pm Lap Swimming

7:00-8:00 pm Swim Team

4:00-8:00 pm Lap Swimming

8:00-10:00 pm Lap Swimming

4:00-8:00 pm Swim Lessons

7:00-8:15 pm Aqua Fitness

6:00-7:30 pm Swim Team

5:30-8:00 pm Swim Team

8:00-10:00 pm Lap Swimming

8:30-10:30 pm Private Rentals

LAP/ACTIVITY

LAP

LAP

Peak

8:00-10:00 pm Open Swim (no slides) LAP Peak

ACTIVITY

LAP

Peak

Peak

LAP

LAP

7:00-8:00 pm Aqua Fitness

8:00-10:00 pm Open Swim

8:00-10:00 pm Open Swim

Peak

(no slides) LAP Peak

LAP

LAP

ADMISSION RATES

NON-PEAK: $6 w/Resident ID: $4 Monday-Friday: 5:00 am-4:00 pm PEAK: $9 w/Resident ID: $6 Monday-Friday: 4:00 pm-Close Weekends & Holidays Ages 2 years and under are free.

Where the fun is!

LAP/ACTIVITY

LAP

LAP

LAP

Peak

4:00-8:00 pm Open Swim

LAP/ACTIVITY

LAP

Peak

Peak

LAP/ACTIVITY

LAP/ACTIVITY Peak

Noon-6:00 pm Lap Swimming

6:15-10:30 pm Private Rentals

LAP

Peak

LAP/ACTIVITY Peak

6:15-10:30 pm Private Rentals LAP/ACTIVITY

KEY

LAP

LAP/ACTIVITY

8:00-10:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

Peak

LAP/ACTIVITY

Noon-6:00 pm Open Swim

Peak

Open Swim

Open Swim

Lap Swim

Swim Team

Aqua Fitness

Private Rentals

Swim Lessons

(no slides) LAP Peak

8:00-10:00 pm Lap Swimming

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LAP/ACTIVITY

LAP

4:00-8:00 pm Open Swim

8:00-10:00 pm Lap Swimming LAP

LAP

LAP POOL (LAP)

Lap Lanes 1-4: These four lanes are for continuous swimming only. Open Swim Area: Free for you to do whatever you’d like. Play, walk, swim, enjoy!

ACTIVITY POOL (ACTIVITY)

Includes the zero-depth pool, tumble buckets and Parkie Tot slide. Two water slides available during peak hours.

(No Slides)


GROUP OUTINGS

Special Holiday Hours Saturday, December 23 - Friday, January 5 Visit bolingbrookparks.org or Pelican Harbor’s Facebook page for details.

(Groups of 20 or more) Fee: $6/person w/Resident ID: $4/person All groups must complete a group contract at least 24 hours before your swim day. Pelican Harbor only allows a certain number of groups per day. Please make reservations as early as possible to ensure your spot.

PRIVATE RENTALS

CELEBRATIONS AT PELICAN HARBOR

You get the pool to yourself! Are you interested in sliding, swimming and playing in “your own aquatic complex?” Pelican Harbor is available for rent after hours! Private rentals are available Saturday and Sunday evenings. Our staff will be happy to help plan your next unique party experience.

JANUARY 15: STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM DAY

Indoor Package 50 people the exclusive use of entire aquatic complex! This includes the indoor lap pool, leisure pool, 2 water slides, Parkie slide and the 10-person hot tub.

FEBRUARY 14: BUILD A VALENTINE

Fee $359/$299 w/Resident ID (Only available on Saturday and Sunday evenings) *Extra guests are $8/person or $6 w/Resident ID.

Come to the pool and enjoy a bowl of strawberry ice cream, while supplies last. 11:00 am-2:00 pm

Make a valentine for that special someone. We’ll have Valentine’s Day theme arts and crafts for you to make that perfect valentine. 11:00 am-2:00 pm

MARCH 20: WORLD STORY TELLING DAY

Everyone can swim up and listen to story tellers while each reads their favorite aqua-themed story. A story will be read every 30 minutes. 10:30 am-1:00 pm

MARCH 30: PARKIE’S EGG HUNT

Hunt for candy-filled eggs like never before – in the water. Some eggs will contain a special ticket for a bonus prize. 9:30-11:30 am *Please note: this is event is outside of public swim hours, please see page 8 for registration details.

MAY 19: PIZZA PARTY DAY

During open swim we will have pizza for our party guests to enjoy in between racing down the waterslides and splashing with water buckets. 12:30-3:00 pm

MAY 27: PELICAN HARBOR OUTDOOR OPENING DAY

For the start of summer, we’ll be giving away sunscreen to the first several swimmers of the year to keep your skin from sizzlin’.

See page 63 for our Home School Swim class.

For all reservations, please call Sherry Menelli at (630) 783-6653.

GENERAL INFORMATION

• Pelican Harbor reserves the right to close attractions due to low attendance. • Parents or guardians are responsible for the supervision of their children! Pelican Harbor staff members are on duty to enforce rules and respond in the event of an emergency. • Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or over. • All guests must wear bathing suits. Unlined shorts, cut-off shorts, or leotards will not be permitted. All children not potty trained must wear a lined bathing suit over their swim diapers. • No personal flotation devices (arm floats, floatation bathing suits, etc.) are permitted unless U. S. Coast guard approved, and must be within arm’s length of an adult while in said device. • Children utilizing the water slides must be at least 42 inches tall and must be able to swim in order to ride. Children may be measured and given a wristband if they are tall enough to ride if height is in question. • Children utilizing the spray playground and Indoor Pelican Slide must be less than 48 inches tall. • Lockers are available for use at no charge. Bring your own lock or purchase one Pelican Harbor for $6.

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BOLINGBROOK PARK DISTRICT SPONSORSHIP AND ADVERTISING PROGRAM Reaching and engaging with your target audience can be a challenge. A partnership with Bolingbrook Park District provides a cost-effective way to not only reach the audience you are looking for, but to engage them and drive revenue. Bolingbrook Park District understands each businesses needs are different. We will work with you to ensure you receive maximum benefits through our marketing partner program. Whether it is by providing in-kind or food donations, goody bags, or monetary sponsorships, there is a marketing opportunity that will fit your needs.

OUR MISSION The Bolingbrook Park District’s mission is to provide world-class park and recreation services in a fiscally responsible manner to enhance the community’s quality of life. Guided by its mission, the Bolingbrook Park District has aligned efforts around key principles such as excellence, quality of life, and customer satisfaction. These concepts are critical to the success of the Bolingbrook Park District and the benefits it can bring to our marketing partners. OUR REACH Your partnership with Bolingbrook Park District provides you with the opportunity to be a part of the lives of 74,886 residents of Bolingbrook. Our customer base also reaches into Plainfield, Naperville, Woodridge, Lisle and Romeoville. The Bolingbrook Park District offers unique opportunities to reach the entire family unit buyers, users, and influencers. GUARANTEED SUCCESS FOR YOU Bolingbrook Park District has been meeting the needs of the community since 1970. You are guaranteed to reach the community.

GIVING BACK Bolingbrook Park District encourages and promotes the value of giving back. This is accomplished through various partnerships with local food pantries, Morning Star Mission and S.O.S. Village in Joliet, Heart Haven Outreach, Almost Home Kids, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, and more. This value of giving back is incorporated into the curriculum of our recreational programs including preschool, dance, and gymnastics. Our facilities also host various charity partnered promotions to encourage our members and patrons to give back to those in need. We welcome all of our marketing partners to help us give back through creative and fun partnerships. EVENT OPPORTUNITIES: Winterfest, Week of the Young Child, Parkie’s Pool Party, Parkie’s, 5K/10, Fall Fest, or our summer concert series. PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES: Overnight Adult Softball Tournament, Gymnastics Exhinition, Pelican’s Swim Team.

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COMPETITIVE DANCEFORCE

NON-COMPETITIVE

ADULT

AFTER SCHOOL POWERDANCE

classes built on a balance of fun & Structure

gain confidence & express creativity & imagination

Dance with old friends... make new ones

Our team Finds joy in helping dancers reach their goals

Special Place to Grow your love for movement & Music

Variety of classes for new & seasoned dancers of all ages

Questions? Contact Megan Donick, Dance Program Manager, at (630) 783-6639 or mdonick@bolingbrookparks.org bolingbrookparks.org

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Early Childhood Dance

Ages 18 months-7 years Come check out the wide world of dance for your little one! Dance helps gain coordination, strength, focus, and begins a pathway for young children to socialize in a fun and engaging manner. There is something for everyone! Please note: All early childhood dance classes (with the exception of Parent & Me Creative Dance) have an 18-week winter/spring session running January through May including rehearsal week for our Annual May Concert Series. Each class will be in one of the three offered concerts on Saturday, May 19 or Sunday, May 20. Exact show information as well as additional details will come out in class and via email throughout the entire session. (For more information see page 30). There are NO dance classes: March 30, 31 and April 7-13.

PARENT & ME CREATIVE DANCE

Ages 18 months-2 years & one parent Come dance with mommy or daddy! In this class, children are introduced to the world of dance and movement through activities that encourage expression, music appreciation, and creative fun. Date Jan 10-Feb 7 Feb 14-Mar 14 Mar 21-Apr 25 May 2-May 30

Code 17129 A 17129 B 17129 C 17129 D

Day: Wednesday Time: 9:30 -10:10 am Fee:$90 w/Resident ID: $40 Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatics Center No Class: April 11 Instructor: Molly Ghahtani Key Contact: Megan Donick

DANCE CLASS DRESS CODE BALLET: pink leather or canvas ballet shoes, leotard, & tights (optional - skirt) JAZZ: tan jazz shoes, leotard or tight fitting tank top, & jazz pants/ leggings/fitted shorts TAP: black tap shoes, leotard or tight fitting tank top, & jazz pants/ leggings/fitted shorts HIP HOP: athletic/gym shoes or jazz sneakers & stretchy/comfortable clothing (no jeans) LYRICAL: lyrical sandals or footies, leotard or tight fitting tank top, & jazz pants/leggings DANCEFORCE: tan and black jazz shoes, leotard or tank top & jazz pants/leggings. Note: for all technical classes dancers must have the appropriate shoes. If you are in need of ordering any type of shoes or attire, please call Megan Donick at (630) 783-6639. Orders can be placed for shoes, tights, and attire at any time. 22

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CREATIVE MOVEMENT

Ages 3-4 years Children are introduced to the world of dance through activities that encourage expression, music appreciation, and creative fun. The basic principles of body and spatial awareness, coordination, rhythm and an overall feel for music are developed while incorporating the fundamentals of dance. These fundamentals are introduced and developed throughout the course in a playful and non-competitive environment. Day Time Location Fee w/Res ID Date F 9:15-10:00 am BRAC $256/$204 Jan 12-May 11 SA 9:00-9:45 am ACC $256/$204 Jan 13-May 12

Code 17135A 17135B

No Class: Mar 30, 31, Apr 7, 13 Instructor: Grace Kopasz Key Contact: Megan Donick

Ages 3-7 years Pre-Ballet is the perfect class for this age, both mentally and physically. It continues with the same principles taught in Creative Movement, but with a stronger emphasis on Ballet technique. Class includes a thorough warm up, proper stretching, and the continuous development of the basics of ballet. There is no pre-requisite for this class. Age Day Time Date 3 W 10:15-11:00 am Jan 10-May 9 3 4-5

TH TU

4:45-5:45 pm 3:45-4:30 pm

4-5

TH

10:15-11:00 am Jan 11-May 10

4-5

SA

9:00-9:45 am

Jan 13-May 12

6-7

SA

9:45-10:45 am

Jan 13-May 12

Jan 11-May 10 Jan 9-May 8

Location Instructor Code BRAC Molly 17136A Ghatani ACC Staff 17136F BRAC Malika 17136B Kelly BRAC Molly 17136C Ghahtani BRAC Malika 17136D Kelly BRAC Malika 17136E Kelly

Fee: $256 w/Resident ID: $204 No Class: Mar 31, Apr 7, 10, 11, 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick

BALLET/TUMBLING

Ages 4-6 years Bend and stretch and point and flex! The grace of Ballet and flexibility of Tumbling come together in this energetic class! Basic Tumbling and Ballet skills will be taught in a fun and interactive environment. Time 4:00-4:45 pm 11:00-11:45 am 11:00-11:45 am

Ages 3-5 years Introduce your young dancer to the basics of tap, ballet and jazz! This class is perfect for the beginner, allowing her/him to explore different dance disciplines while learning basic techniques. The benefits of dance are endless, offering the student enhanced selfesteem, improved coordination, and most of all, fun...so join us as we learn to plie’, jete’ and shuffle off to buffalo. Day Time Location Fee w/Res ID Date Code F 10:00-11:15 BRAC $330/$258 Jan 12-May 11 17238A SA 11:45-1:00 pm ACC $330/$258 Jan 13-May 12 17238B

No Class: March 30-31, April 7, 13 Instructor: Grace Kopasz Key Contact: Megan Donick

HOT TOT HIP HOP

PRE-BALLET

Day TU TH SA

BALLET, TAP, JAZZ COMBO CLASS

Location ACC BRAC ACC

Date Jan 9-May 8 Jan 11-May 10 Jan 13-May 12

Fee: $256 w/Resident ID: $204 No Class: Mar 31, Apr 7, 10, 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick

Instructor Grace Kopasz Molly Ghahtani Grace Kopasz

Code 17132A 17132B 17132C

Ages 3-4 years You don’t have to be a “big kid” to Hip Hop. Even little kids can develop coordination, music appreciation and style to today’s music. Hip Hop is very athletic, loose and strong, using the fundamentals of dance as the basis for an exciting and cool style of dance. Day Time Location Date Instructor TU 4:45-5:30 pm ACC Jan 9-May 8 Grace Kopasz SA 9:30-10:15 am BRAC Jan 13-May 12 Ellysa San Pedro

Code 17114A 17114B

Fee: $256 w/Resident ID: $204 No Class: March 31, April 7, 10 Key Contact: Megan Donick

KIDZ HIP HOP

Ages 5-6 years You don’t have to be a “big kid” to Hip Hop. Even little kids can develop coordination, music appreciation and style to today’s music. Hip Hop is very athletic, loose and strong, using the fundamentals of dance as the basis for an exciting and cool style of dance. Day: Saturday Time: 10:15-11:00 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $256 17137A w/Resident ID: $204 Date: January 13-May 12 Instructor: Ellysa San Pedro No Class: March 31, April 7 Key Contact: Megan Donick

Dance party, anyone? Dance is a great way to burn calories! You can improve your cardiovascular health and increase muscle strength, all while having fun!

A $60 non-refundable costume/prop/production fee for the May Concert Series has been included in the fee. See page 30 for additional May Concert Series Information.

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YOUTH DANCE

Keep in mind: while the Bolingbrook Park District dance department offers classes by session, students should take a class for at least one year or more, until the requirements of the next level have been mastered. Participating in a class for just a session or two may not be a sufficient length of time to adequately prepare the student for the next level of training. Please also keep in mind, while ages have been provided in the brochure’s description of classes to assist in the registration process they do not supersede the recommendation of the teacher. Please stay in a level until the teacher recommends advancement. *Do not hesitate to request feedback or evaluation from your teacher. The winter/spring is an 18 week session for all youth and teen classes! There are NO dance classes: March 30, 31 & April 7-13

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BPD Dance offers professional instruction in all styles of dance to all ages. With a “studio” atmosphere and an outstanding and passionate teaching staff, our dance department is one of the best in the state, nationally recognized and progressive in its programming. Sign up for one or more of our many classes and see why the Bolingbrook Park District dance program is so popular. Please note the following information: • BPD Dance may replace or substitute teachers as needed, any time in the duration of the session. • Instructors may suggest that students change class levels of training if they feel it is in the best interest of the student. We encourage parents to follow the advice of the instructors so that their child can receive the best possible dance training. • Once your child’s session begins, no classes will be allowed a prorated fee. Please Contact Megan Donick at (630) 783-6639 or mdonick@bolingbrookparks.org in relation to make-up classes (if available). • While kept to a minimum, if your child’s class should require a make-up day we will work add a class to the end of the session and notify all participants in advanced. Dance Department Teacher Bios available on line! If you are interested in learning more about the instructor teaching your class, simply go to www.bolingbrookparks.org and take a look!


BALLET

7 years & up Develop poise, grace, and confidence! Level I will introduce and reinforce the basic fundamentals of Ballet. Advancement to higher levels of training will require teacher recommendation and are based upon the mastering the skills necessary to advance. Staying consistent in training throughout the year is the key to moving up through the levels. • To enroll in Advanced Ballet Technique a dancer must also be enrolled in Teen Ballet level III. • Dancers in Teen Ballet II will be allowed into Advanced Ballet Technique with Preapproval. • Advanced Technique is for those looking to strengthen their skill level and technique and/or work towards Pointe work. This class will not perform in the concert. AGES 7-12 Level Intro I II III

Day TH SA SA SA

12 YEARS & UP Level Day I TU II TU III TH ADV. TECH M

Time 5:45-6:45 pm 10:45-11:45 am 11:45-12:45 am 12:45-2:15 pm

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204 $330/$258

Date Jan 11-May 10 Jan 13-May 12 Jan 13-May 12 Jan 13-May 12

Instructor Staff Malika Kelly Malika Kelly Malika Kelly

Code 17230H 17230A 17230B 17230C

Time 4:30-6:00 pm 7:30-9:00 pm 6:00-7:30 pm 6:30-8:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $330/$258 $330/$258 $330/$258 $270/$198

Date Jan 9-May 8 Jan 9-May 8 Jan 11-May 10 Jan 8-May 7

Instructor Molly Ghatani Desiree Pepper-Venzant Dori Santarsiere Dori Santarsiere

Code 17230D 17230E 17230F 17230G

No Class: March 31, April 7, 9, 10, 12 Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Megan Donick

JAZZ

Ages 7 years & up Jazz dance utilizes the technique of ballet with a stylized and contemporary approach. Dance fundamentals are developed and mastered in the Jazz I class, and these basic techniques are applied to more difficult work and combinations in higher levels, accordingly. There is no prerequisite for Jazz I. Advancement to higher levels of training will require teacher recommendation and are based upon the mastering the skills necessary to advance. Ages 7-12 Level I I I II III Ages 12 & up Level I II III IV

Day W S W M M

Time 5:45-6:45 pm 10:00-11:00 am 5:45-6:45 pm 5:15-6:15 pm 6:15-7:15 pm

Location ACC ACC BRAC ACC ACC

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204

Date Jan 10-May 9 Jan 13-May 12 Jan 10-May 9 Jan 8-May7 Jan 8-May7

Instructor Grace Kopasz Grace Kopasz Megan Donick Grace Kopasz Grace Kopasz

Code 17233A 17233B 17233C 17233D 17233E

Day TH TH M W

Time 7:30-8:30 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:45 pm

Location BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204 $330/$258 $330/$258

Date Jan 11-May 10 Jan 11-May 10 Jan 8-May7 Jan 10-May 9

Instructor Malika Kelly Malika Kelly Dori Santarsiere Dori Santarsiere

Code 17233F 17233G 17233H 17233J

No Class: March 31, April 7, 9, 11, 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick

A $60 non-refundable costume/prop/production fee for the May Concert Series has been included in the fee. See page 30 for additional May Concert Series Information.

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LYRICAL

Ages 7 years & up Ballet and jazz come to life in this expressive style. Lyrical is diverse, ranging from fluent, balletic movements to stylized jazz. If you have never taken dance before please register for the level I. The level II Lyrical requires at least one year of Ballet and/or Jazz. Lyrical for 12 years or older requires strong and mastered technique from Jazz and/or Ballet background – level III/IV requires a higher level of technique, so interested students must be at a level III of Ballet and/or Jazz or higher. Ages 7-12 years Level I I/II II Ages 12 & up Level I/II III/IV

Day M TU TH

Time 5:45-6:45 pm 7:00-8:00 pm 6:00-7:00 pm

Location ACC BRAC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204

Dates Jan 8-May 7 Jan 9-May 8 Jan 11-May 10

Instructor STAFF Leslie Smith Malika Kelly

Code 17224A 17224B 17224C

Day TH M

Time 4:00-5:00 pm 7:30-8:30 pm

Location BRAC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204

Dates Jan 11-May 10 Jan 8-May 7

Instructor Malika Kelly Dori Santarsiere

Code 17224D 17224E

No Class: April 9, 10 & 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick

TAP

Ages 7 years & up Stomp up a storm! Move through basic tap techniques and exercises while you develop good coordination and rhythm. Classes will be exhilarating as students move through the levels and become power house hoofers. Students will be challenged and learn this classical style of dance all at the same time. If you have never taken Tap before, please enroll in a level I appropriate for age. Ages 7-12 Level I II Ages 12 & up I II III

Day M T

Time 4:30-5:30 pm 6:00-7:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204

Date Jan 8-May 7 Jan 9- May 8

Instructor STAFF Leslie Smith

Code 17133A 17133B

M W M

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

$256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204

Jan 8-May 7 Jan 10-May 9 Jan 8-May 7

STAFF Leslie Smith STAFF

17133C 17133D 17133E

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex No Class: April 9 Key Contact: Megan Donick

HIP HOP

Ages 7 years & up The Hip Hop culture is one to be reckoned with, and whether you’re dancing for the first time or you have previous experience there’s a class perfect for your age and experience! Our hip hop instructors come to us with professional backgrounds, working with internationally acclaimed dance companies. If you have minimal background in hip hop you should enroll in a level I class. If you are new to the program, please enroll in a lower level and the teacher may opt to move you up. Ages 7-12 Level Day I S I M II W II S Ages 9-13 III TH Ages 12 and up I/II TH III/IV TH

Time 9:30-10:30 am 4:45-5:45 pm 6:00-7:00 pm 10:30-11:30 pm

Location BRAC ACC BRAC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204 $256/$204

Date Jan 13-May 12 Jan 8-May 7 Jan 10-May 9 Jan 13-May 12

Instructor Stefany Drabes STAFF Stefany Drabes Stefany Drabes

Code 17234A 17234B 17234C 17234D

6:00-7:00 pm

BRAC

$256/$204

Jan 11-May 10

Stefany Drabes

17234E

7:00-8:00 pm 8:00-9:00 pm

BRAC BRAC

$256/$204 $256/$204

Jan 11-May 10 Jan 11-May 10

Stefany Drabes Stefany Drabes

17234F 17234G

No Class: March 31, April 7, 9, 11 & 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick A $60 non-refundable costume/prop/production fee for the May Concert Series has been included in the fee. See page 30 for additional May Concert Series Information.

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EXCEL MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY

IRISH DANCE

Ages 7 years & up Be a part of this wonderful musical theatre company! Learn to act and perform! This program will ignite your child’s inner star and help them create character work, improv, and be a part of something special. Director, Janelle has world class experience working on many off-Broadway productions and more. Come let your child’s wings artistic spread. JUNIOR COMPANY Ages 7-9 years Day: Thursday Time: 4:30-6:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $348 Code: 17249A w/Resident ID: $276 Dates: Jan 11-May 10 Instructor: Janelle Kolosh No Class: April 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick PRE-TEEN COMPANY Ages 10-13 years Day: Thursday Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $348 Code: 17249B w/Resident ID: $276 Dates: Jan 11-May 10 Instructor: Janelle Kolosh No Class: April 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick

BOYS ONLY HIP HOP

Ages 8-11 years Day: Saturday Time: 11:30 am-12:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $256 w/Resident ID: $204 Date: January 13-May 12 17234H Instructor: Staff Key Contact: Megan Donick

Ages 6 years & up Multi-level Experience the excitement of Irish Dance! Toni Weber, Director of the Weber School of Irish Dance, has taught Irish Dance for more than 25 years. Toni has competed nationally and was a three-time United States Open Champion. Weber Irish Dance is the largest and best-known Irish Dance Company in the Chicago-land area. Day: Saturday Time: 4:00-4:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $180 w/Resident ID: $120 Date: Jan 13-May 19 17138A Instructor: Weber School of Irish Dance No Class: Mar 10, 17, 24, 31 Key Contact: Megan Donick

PRIVATE AND SEMI PRIVATE DANCE LESSONS Private and semi-private dance lessons are available for those students in our program looking for one on one or more personalized instruction to improve their dance skills. Private lessons are for a half hour or an hour and must be pre-arranged with an instructor. • ½ hour private: $20 • 1 hour private: $40 • 1 hour semi private: (2-3 dancers) $45 • If the private entails choreography the rates will vary depending on the instructor. To schedule, call Megan Donick at (630) 783-6639.

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Pioneer Elementary • Monday Date Jan 22-Mar 19 Mar 26-May 7 No class Feb 19, Mar 5, Apr 9

Ages 5-11 years Be a part of the “Outstanding Program of the Year” awarded by the Illinois Park and Recreation Association – the Power Dance Project! Power Dance has 8 programs in Bolingbrook elementary schools and takes place at your school, right after school. Never danced before? No problem! We accept and train all levels. You will learn new and exciting dances in preparation for performances. This program is very athletic, using the basic fundamentals of dance with the latest dance moves and styles. Students will learn new and creative ways to express their emotion and transform their energy into a creative outlet. As an added bonus to this program, you will learn and develop the six pillars of character designed to bring out the best in you. Participants will learn hip hop dance, physical fitness, and elements of good character and leadership. • Classes held throughout the school year in sessions (except school, state, and federal holidays). • Students from schools where this program is not offered may attend any of these school sites for the appropriate age. • Consistent participation throughout the year is recommended, so that the participant can truly develop their dance/performance skills, learn necessary choreography for upcoming performances and develop all areas of character covered. • All Power Dancers will have performance opportunities throughout the sessions, and packets of information will go home and be emailed accordingly. • Information: Leslie Smith, Dance Program and Power Dance Coordinator at lsmith@bolingbrookparks.org or (630) 783-6641.

• 3:30-4:15 pm Fee $30 $56

Code 17405A 17405B

Independence School • Tuesday • 3:30-4:15 pm Date Fee Jan 16-Mar 13 $54 Mar 27-May 8 $56 No class Mar 20, Apr 10

Code 17404A 17404B

Oak View School • Tuesday • 3:30-4:15 pm Date Fee Jan 16-Mar 13 $54 Mar 27-May 8 $56 No class Mar 20, Apr 10

Code 17414A 17414B

Wood View School • Tuesday • 3:30-4:15 pm Date Fee Jan 16-Mar 13 $54 Mar 27-May 8 $56 No class Mar 20, Apr 10

Code 17406A 17406B

BJ Ward Elementary School • Tuesday • 3:30-4:15 pm Date Fee Jan 16-Mar 13 $54 Mar 27-May 8 $56 No class Mar 20, Apr 10

Code 17403A 17403B

Jonas Salk Elementary School • Thursday • 3:30-4:15 pm Date Fee Jan 18-Mar 8 $48 Mar 15-May 10 $68 No class Apr 12

Code 17400A 17400B

Tibbott Elementary School • Thursday Date Fee Jan 18-Mar 8 $48 Mar 15-May 10 $68 No class Apr 12

Code 17402A 17402B

Liberty Elementary School Date Jan 18-Mar 8 Mar 15-May 10 No class Apr 12

• 3:30-4:15 pm

• Thursday • 3:45-4:30 pm Fee $48 $68

Code 17407A 17407B

Please note: Second sessions for ALL schools have a $20 production and concert shirt fee that has been added for participation in the May Concert Series. New this year, Power Dance participants will receive a commemorative shirt/item to be worn in the concert that will be theirs to keep after! *All Power Dance students must purchase a 2017/2018 T-shirt for $8 in addition to their first session. Code: 0183.

REACH & POWERDANCE COMBO!

Sign up for both and save! If your child is in both Reach Extended Care and Powerdance at Pioneer, Independence, Jonas Salk, or BJ Ward, then you can receive a discount on your Reach fees. For more information, contact: Chris Corbett at ccorbett@bolingbrookparks.org or Leslie Smith at lsmith@bolingbrookparks.org

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DANCEFORCE 16TH ANNUAL CONCERT

Lights, Camera, DANCEFORCE Saturday, February 3

1:00 pm matinee & 5:30 pm evening show Bolingbrook High School Visit bolingbrookparks.org for ticket information.

BPD DanceForce Company is an award-winning, nationally acclaimed performing and competing company. Within the program there are 5 company levels consisting of: • Kidz Company (5-8 years) • Mini Company (8-10 years) • Junior Company (10-12 years) • Teen Company (12 -15 years) • Senior Company (14 + years) Founded in 2000, the company studies, trains and performs all styles of dance. The DanceForce dance company is made up of two teams within each level, the Premiere Performance Team and the Select Competition Team. They present an annual dance concert each year along with numerous performances in and around the community. The company members also get a chance to work on charitable events, working together to help others! DanceForce Mission The Mission of DanceForce is to empower youth through dance performance and leadership opportunities and to engage them in activities and experiences that will encourage the development of strong character, proactive involvement with their community and effective leadership skills. Equally important to DanceForce is the development of the individuals in all areas of dance. It is the intention of DanceForce to groom its participants to become exemplary individuals that will stand out in their schools and communities for the endeavors they are involved with and for the caliber of professionalism they exemplify in performance.

DANCEFORCE IS A YEAR-LONG PROGRAM AND COMMITMENT Each season begins at the start of June with placement auditions and concludes at the end of May. Interested dancers must participate in the placement auditions in order to become a member of DanceForce. For more information Contact: Megan Donick at 630-783-6639 or mdonick@bolingbrookparks.org.

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Concert Series Information: Your child’s class will be featured in one of the three concerts in the series. This exact information will be provided within the first couple weeks of classes so families can plan accordingly. Should your dancer have multiple classes or should you have multiple children, there is no guarantee that all classes will be in the same concert.

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Each May, the dance department gets the chance to let their dancers shine in a weekend long concert series showcasing all of the various styles and classes offered within our program. This year, the concert series will take place on Saturday, May 19 with shows at 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm as well as a third show on Sunday, May 20 at 2:00 pm. The series will take place on the Bolingbrook High School Auditorium stage.

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Rehearsal Information: There will be no in-studio rehearsals the week of May 14-18. Instead, there will be Dress Rehearsals taking place at the high school to prepare the dancers for their concert. Additional information and exact schedule of times for this will come out in classes and via email the first month of classes.

Rehearsals will be full costume, hair, and optional makeup. Photos will also be taken during this time for purchase. More information will come out on photography and videography in concert information packets. Additional Concert Information: • Registration for classes must take place within the first 2 weeks of the winter session to assure your child is measured for their concert costume. • Should your child be approved to register after the two week deadline, please contact Megan Donick at (630) 783-6639 in order to bring your child in for measurements. • A $60 non-refundable costume/prop/production fee is included in each class’s session fee. • This fee covers your dancers participation in the concert, their costuming and tights, and any possible props. • Tickets will be pre-sold starting in April through an online ticketing service. Additional information on tickets, pricing, and availability will be made available throughout the session. • If you do not plan on participating in the May Concert Series due to conflict or personal choice, please disclose this information at the time of registration in order to adjust fees. Once costumes are ordered, they are non-refundable so if this is no indicated immediately, you will be responsible. Stay informed for an enjoyable concert experience! • Receive handouts, schedules, and sign-up sheets from your instructors during the first weeks of class and intermitted throughout. • Receive email blasts from dance staff with dates, information, reminders, and updates!

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STRENGTH BALLET

Ages 18 years & up It’s never too late to learn to be graceful! Improve your flexibility, poise and posture. Relieve stress, burn calories and have fun at the same time through this peaceful and relaxing dance style. Beginning and continuing levels of dance will be taught during this class and will include a technical warm up, barre work and center work with combinations, all specific and appropriate to the level of training. If you are an advanced level dancer, please call for class placement. Session I II III

Dates Jan 11-Feb 22 Mar 1-Apr 19 Apr 26-June 7

Instructor Desiree Pepper-Venzant Desiree Pepper-Venzant Desiree Pepper-Venzant

Day: Thursday Time: 8:30-9:30 pm Fee: $72 w/Resident ID: 48 Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Megan Donick

Code 17241A 17241B 17241C


R&B SOUL LINE DANCING- LEVEL I

Ages 18 years & up This class is a “drop in – pay as you come” and offers basic step by step instructions geared toward men and women of all ages. Belynda is an experienced, social and hands-on instructor who will work with you at your own pace. Her unique techniques and style will motivate and energize you while you learn the latest new line dances! Come prepared to gain your confidence in line dancing while laughing out loud to music! Day: Monday Time: 7:15-8:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $10 per drop in class POS: .0287 Start Date: Jan 8-May 30 Instructor: Belynda Head Key Contact: Megan Donick

R&B SOUL LINE DANCING- LEVEL II

Ages 18 years & up Are you ready to take the challenge and move to the next level? Come work it out with Belynda Head in this advanced line dance class. Belynda’ s easy to follow instructions takes you through a series of popular line dances, allowing repetitive moves that will not only work your body but also your mind keeping them both healthy and fit. Don’t miss out on the opportunity of getting a good workout to great R&B music. Day: Tuesday Time: 7:30-9:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Center Fee: $10 per drop in class POS .0287 Start Date: Jan 9-May 31 Instructor: Belynda Head Key Contact: Megan Donick

CHICAGO STYLE STEPPING

Ages 18 years & up In five week sessions, learn and practice the basic techniques of one of the most popular dances, Chicago-Style Stepping! It’s a great, feel-good work out, and a chance to have fun at the same time. Basic steps and combinations, floor etiquette, turns and partnering will be covered in this 2-hour class in a festive atmosphere! This is the perfect way to get ready for those high school reunions and weddings or simply build your confidence on the dance floor. Best of all it’s a chance to just enjoy a fun time with others. Date Jan 7-Feb 11 Feb 18-Mar 25 April 8-May 13

Code 17246A 17246B 27246C

Day: Sunday Time: 3:30-5:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $60 w/Resident ID: $50 No Class: April 1 Instructor: Anthony Ray Key Contact: Megan Donick

BALLROOM DANCE

Ages 18 years & up Have fun and get a great cardiovascular workout while learning basic social dances. The lessons will include smooth dances such as foxtrot, waltz, Latin rumba, tango, and cha-cha and good AllAmerican swing. Never again will you sit out and just be a spectator. Now you will be able to apply steps learned to songs from the 40’s through today’s music. Meet new friends and reap the benefits of an exercise program at the same time. Date Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 23-Apr 6 April 13-May 18

Code 17329A 17329B 27329A

Day: Friday Time: 7:30-8:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Center Fee: $72 w/Resident ID: $48 Instructor: Norm Landrum No Class: February 16, March 30, May 25 Key Contact: Megan Donick

ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCE

Ages 18 years & up This class is designed for those who have completed the Beginning Ballroom Dance sessions. Social patterns are taught in a routine format that will help you feel more comfortable when dancing at parties and dances. Instructor approval required for enrollment. Date Jan 12-Feb 16 Mar 2-Apr 6 April 20-May 25

Code 17329D 17329E 27329B

Day: Friday Time: 8:30-9:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Center Fee: $72 w/Resident ID: $48 Instructor: Norm Landrum No Class: February 23, April 13 Key Contact: Megan Donick

JUST STRETCHING

Ages 16 years & up Stretch and become limber as your body develops the tools that it needs to become a stronger you. This class is a great way to correctly learn how to train your body to become pliable safely. Learn to relax, breathe correctly, and enjoy your time in class. In this one hour of active stretching you will burn between 240-356 calories. You will go through a series of floor and dance barre stretches to assist you in reaching any goals you may have. Three 7 week sessions! Time 7:30-8:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 7:30-8:30pm

Date Jan 11-Feb 22 Mar 1-Apr 19 Apr 26-June 7

Day: Thursday Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $72 w/Resident ID: $48 Instructor: Desiree Pepper-Venzant No Class: April 12 Key Contact: Megan Donick

Code 17134A 17234B 27234A

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We welcome you and your children to a program that is created to offer a safe environment, filled with fun learning experiences where your child is encouraged to learn in whatever method suits his/her learning capacity. We strive to meet your child where they are and take them on a journey that will carry them through life; it’s not just gymnastics that we teach. Confidence, self-motivation, positive thinking and moving through the challenges and still feeling good about yourself is all a part of our philosophy.

• Focus is on fun and creative expression through movement. • Class offerings are diverse and accommodating. Specialty classes are offered to promote growth within the program. • Teamwork: Atmosphere is created through supporting teammates, celebrating effort and success. Small progression is just as big as completing a new skill. • Building athleticism, strength and quality members of the community • Get involved with helping at food pantries and give the gift of giving throughout the holiday season.

Please wear a leotard, biketard or comfortable shorts and a tucked in t-shirt. Hair should be tied back. No jewelry is allowed. Socks are optional, but must be removed for the beam.

Questions?

Contact Maureen Franzen at (630) 783-6518 or at mfranzen@bolingbrookparks.org

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Early Childhood Gymnastics

Our preschool gymnastics program offers an array of benefits for your energetic child. All skills are taught in a fun, safe atmosphere with clear instruction blended with our positive motivation and praise method. We incorporate strength, flexibility, coordination and above all, confidence built into every lesson. The gymnastics staff also teaches discipline and social skills. It’s a great opportunity for your child to learn to take direction from an adult other than their parent. Your child will grow in body and mind in our preschool gymnastics program.

PARENT TINY TOTS

Ages 6-17 months If your tiny toddler is sitting, crawling or walking then we want to play with them! We will introduce them to gymnastics using a multitude of fun teaching devices. Parents will assist their toddlers through various movements under the direction of our staff helping to develop motor skills, hand, foot and eye coordination, beginning social skills and spend energy in a fun and safe environment. We ask that there please be one parent per toddler and that siblings remain by the side lines as this is an age appropriate class. Date Jan 12-Mar 16 Apr 6-June 1

Fee w/Res ID $132/$88 $107/$71

Code 12267A 22160F

TUMBLE TUNE TOTS

Ages 18-36 months This is a parent participatory class where our instructors will guide you and your child through introductory gymnastics skills incorporated in an obstacle course set up. This will be combined with the Universal Language of music. Children love to play with musical toys! They will develop balance, gross motor skills, hand, foot & eye coordination, as well as increase their strength, flexibility, social skills, confidence and have fun. Date Jan 9-Mar 13 Mar 27-May 29

Fee w/Res ID $132/$88 $120/$80

Day: Friday Time: 10:00-10:45 am Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

Day: Tuesday Time: 11:00-11:45 am Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff No Class: April 10 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

PARENT/TOT GYMNASTICS

PRESCHOOL TUMBLING

Ages 18-36 months Is your toddler climbing on everything they can reach and never seem to be out of energy? This is a parent participatory class where our instructors will guide you and your child through introductory gymnastics skills each week using small bars, floor beams, tiny springboards, an array of skill blocks and octagons as well as our inflatable Air Trak. They will develop their balance, gross motor skills, hand, foot & eye coordination, as well as increase their strength, flexibility, social skills and confidence. Winter Session Day Time TU 10:00-10:45 am W 10:00-10:45 am TH 9:00-9:45 am F 11:00-11:45 am *F 5:15-6:00 pm *F 6:15-7:00 pm SA 9:00-9:45 am Spring Session TU 10:00-10:45 am W 10:00-10:45 am TH 10:00-10:45 am F 11:00-11:45 am *F 6:15-7:00 pm *F 5:15-6:00 pm SA 9:00-9:45 am

Fee w/Res ID $132/$88 $132/$88 $132/$88 $132/$88 $132/$88 $132/$88 $132/$88

Date Jan 9-Mar 13 Jan 10-Mar 14 Jan 11-Mar 15 Jan 12-Mar 16 Jan 12-Mar 16 Jan 12-Mar 16 Jan 13-Mar 17

Code 12160A 12160B 12160C 12160D 12160E 12160F 12160G

$120/$80 $120/$80 $120/$80 $107/$71 $107/$71 $107/$71 $93/$62

Mar 27-May 29 Mar 28-May 30 Mar 29-May 31 Apr 6-June 1 Apr 6-June 1 Apr 6-June 1 Mar 31-May 26

22160D 22160A 22160B 22160H 22160J 22160G 22160C

Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff No Class: April 9-15 & May 19 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen *Friday class will take place in the Martial Arts Room.

Code 12168A 22158A

Ages 4-6 years Your child will develop coordination, strength, balance and confidence. Tumblers will learn the following skills: forward and backward rolls, straddle roll, lunge to handstand, cartwheel, bridges, splits and various jumps using tumbling devices and our Air Trak. Day M TH F M TH F

Time 1:00-1:35 pm 1:00-1:35 pm 11:00-11:35 am 1:00-1:35 pm 1:00-1:35 pm 11:00-11:35 am

Fee w/Res ID $75/$50 $107/$71 $107/$71 $86/$57 $96/$64 $86/$57

Date Jan 8-Mar 12 Jan 11-Mar 15 Jan 12-Mar 16 Mar 26-May 21 Mar 29-May 31 Apr 6-June 1

Code 12159G 12159E 12159F 22165C 22165A 22165B

Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen No Class: January 15, February 19, March 5, April 9, 12 & 13

CHEERLEADING - LEVEL ONE

Ages 4-6 years This class will teach the basics of cheerleading and build confidence, strength, coordination and flexibility. Jumps, hand motions, tumbling, stunting and a cheer will be taught, as well as the importance of teamwork. Clean gym shoes or shoes used for indoors only may be worn and hair tied back neatly out of face. No Jewelry allowed for safety reasons. Time 4:00-5:00 pm 4:15-5:15 pm

Date Jan 9-Mar 13 Mar 27-May 29

Fee w/Res ID $132/$88 $135/$95

Code 12271A 22271A

Day: Tuesday Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Cheer Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

. This class participates in the Gymnastics Preschool Exhibition. See page 34 for details. 33


PRESCHOOL GYMNASTICS

Enroll your preschooler in the exciting world of gymnastics where their energy will be transformed into tons of fun on vault, bars, beam and floor. Confidence is a major focus in our classes as we guide each child to achieve their greatest individual potential. Development of strength, balance, coordination and flexibility are built into every lesson. We offer a safe, fun, clean atmosphere with complete viewing for our parents. Preschool One is for children who are new to gymnastics and is commonly repeated. Preschool Two classes are recommended by an instructor. Preschool Three is for our young, extremely talented female gymnasts only. Gymnastics Manager consent required to register. Please make sure that children are potty trained and out of diapers. Parents must stay during the entire class for emergency or bathroom purposes. Winter Session Class Day Time

Date

Code

Spring Session Class Day Time

Two

M

9:00-9:45 am

Age Fee w/Res ID 4-6 $93/$62

Jan 8-Mar 12

12163B

Two

M

9:00-9:45 am

Age Fee Date Code w/Res ID 4-6 $122/$86 Mar 26-May 21 22162A

One

M

10:00-10:45 am

3-4 $93/$62

Jan 8-Mar 12

12162B

One

M

10:00-10:45 am

3-4

Two

M

11:00-11:45 am

4-6 $93/$62

Jan 8-Mar 12

12162C

Two

M

11:00-11:45 am

4-6

$122/$86 Mar 26-May 21 22162C

One

M

2:00-2:45 pm

4-6 $93/$62

Jan 8-Mar 12

12165A

One

M

2:00-2:45 pm

4-6

$122/$86 Mar 26-May 21 22165D

$122/$86 Mar 26-May 21 22162B

One

TU

9:00-9:45 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 9-Mar 13

12162D

One

TU 9:00-9:45 am

3-4

$135/$95 Mar 27-May 29 22162D

Two

TU

10:00-10:45 am

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 9-Mar 13

12162E

Two

TU 10:00-10:45 am

3-4

$135/$95 Mar 27-May 29 22162E

Two

TU

11:00-11:45 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 9-Mar 13

12162G

Two

TU 11:00-11:45 am

4-6

$135/$95 Mar 27-May 29 22162G

Two

TU

4:15-5:00 pm

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 9-Mar 13

12162F

Two

TU 4:15-5:00 pm

4-6

$135/$95 Mar 27-May 29 22162F

One

W

9:00-9:45 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 10-Mar 14 12162H

One

W 9:00-9:45 am

4-6

$135/$95 Mar 28-May 30 22162H

Two

W

11:00-11:45 am

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 10-Mar 14 12162J

Two

W 11:00-11:45 am

3-4

$135/$95 Mar 28-May 30 22162J

One

W

1:00-1:45 pm

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 10-Mar 14 12162K

One

W 1:00-1:45 pm

3-4

$135/$95 Mar 28-May 30 22162K

Two

W

2:00-2:45 pm

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 10-Mar 14 12162L

Two

W 2:00-2:45 pm

3-4

$135/$95 Mar 28-May 30 22162L

One

TH

10:00-10:45 am

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 11-Mar 15 12162M

One

TH 10:00-10:45 am

3-4

$135/$95 Mar 29-May 31 22162M

One

TH

11:00-11:45 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 11-Mar 15 12162P

One

TH 11:00-11:45 am

4-6

$135/$95 Mar 29-May 31 22162P

Two

TH

2:00-2:45 pm

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 11-Mar 15 12162Q

Two

TH 2:00-2:45 pm

4-6

$135/$95 Mar 29-May 31 22162Q

One

TH

4:15-5:00 pm

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 11-Mar 15 12162N

One

TH 4:15-5:00 pm

4-6

$135/$95 Mar 29-May 31 22163B

Three TH

4:00-5:00 pm

4-6 $173/$115 Jan 11-Mar 15 *IA

Three TH 4:00-5:00 pm

4-6

$171/$119 Mar 29-May 31 *IA

Two

F

9:00-9:45 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 12-Mar 16 12162R

Two

F

9:00-9:45 am

4-6

$122/$86 Apr 6-June 1

22162R

One

F

10:00-10:45 am

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 12-Mar 16 12162S

One

F

10:00-10:45 am

3-4

$122/$86 Apr 6-June 1

22162S

One

SA

9:55-10:40 am

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 13-Mar 17 12162U

One

SA 9:55-10:40am

3-4

$108/$77 Mar 31-May 26 22162U

One

SA

9:55-10:40 am

4-5 $132/$88

Jan 13-Mar 17 12162W

One

SA 9:55-10:40 am

4-5

$108/$77 Mar 31-May 26 22162W

One

SA

9:55-10:40 am

5-6 $132/$88

Jan 13-Mar 17 12162X

One

SA 9:55-10:40 am

5-6

$108/$77 Mar 31-May 26 22162X

Two

SA

10:50-11:35am

3-4 $132/$88

Jan 13-Mar 17 12162Y

Two

SA 10:50-11:35am

3-4

$108/$77 Mar 31-May 26 22162Y

Two

SA

10:50-11:35 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 13-Mar 17 12162Z

Two

SA 10:50-11:35 am

4-6

$108/$77 Mar 31-May 26 22162Z

Boys

SA

10:50-11:35 am

4-6 $132/$88

Jan 13-Mar 17 12163A

Boys SA 10:50-11:35 am

4-6

$108/$77 Mar 31-May 26 22163A

Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen No Class: January 15, February 19 & March 5, April 9-15 & May 19

GYMNASTICS PRESCHOOL EXHIBITION Saturday, June 2

All participants of spring session invited to participate and show off what you learned! PARENTS: Encouraged to take pictures Please note: Cost of exhibition is built in to the spring class you enrolled in. Each participant will receive a t-shirt commemorating their big day!

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DEVELOPMENTAL GYMNASTICS Ages 6-13 years Children will learn skills on vault, uneven bars, beam and floor in a safe and controlled atmosphere. Children will spend a small portion of class time conditioning and strengthening the appropriate muscles to help improve their gymnastics. Children who are new to gymnastics should enroll in a Developmental I class. Students who have taken gymnastics should enroll in the class level instructed by their coach. Children may be asked to transfer to the appropriate level class. Pre Developmental is a new one hour class designed for our 5 year olds who are in school all day. This class will be following the Developmental I format. Suggested Gymnastics Attire Please wear a leotard or comfortable pants/shorts. No jeans, jean shorts, or any other type of clothing with buttons or buckles which could be harmful to your child or the equipment. We require long hair to be tied back and out of face. No shoes, earrings, bracelets or necklaces are allowed. Socks are optional, but not recommended for medium/high beam. Developmental Gymnastics Winter Session Level

Day

Time

Fee w/Res ID

Date

Code

D-I

M

4:00-5:00 pm

$89/$59

Jan 8-Mar 12

12263A

D-II

M

4:00-5:00 pm

$89/$59

Jan 8-Mar 12

12263B

D-III

M

5:00-6:15 pm

$108/$72

Jan 8-Mar 12

12263C

D-III

TU

4:00-5:15 pm

$155/$103

Jan 9-Mar 13

12263D

D-II

TU

6:15-7:15 pm

$125/$83

Jan 9-Mar 13

12263E

D-I

W

4:00-5:00 pm

$125/$83

Jan 10-Mar 14

12263G

D-II

W

4:00-5:00 pm

$125/$83

Jan 10-Mar 14

12263H

W

5:00-6:00 pm

$125/$83

Jan 10-Mar 14

12172A

D-II

W

5:00-6:00 pm

$125/$83

Jan 10-Mar 14

12263J

D-III

TH

4:30-5:45 pm

$155/$103

Jan 11-Mar 15

12263K

D-I

TH

5:45-6:45 pm

$125/$83

Jan 11-Mar 15

12263L

D-I

F

4:00-5:00 pm

$125/$83

Jan 12-Mar 16

12263V

D-II

F

4:00-5:00 pm

$125/$83

Jan 12-Mar 16

12263M

D-III

F

4:00-5:15 pm

$155/$103

Jan 12-Mar 16

12263P

D-I

SA

11:45-12:45 pm

$113/$75

Jan 13-Mar 17

12263Q

D-II

SA

11:45-12:45 pm

$113/$75

Jan 13-Mar 17

12263R

D-III

SA

11:45-1:00 pm

$140/$93

Jan 13-Mar 17

12263S

D-I

SA

1:00-2:00 pm

$113/$75

Jan 13-Mar 17

12265A

D-II

SA

1:00-2:00 pm

$113/$75

Jan 13-Mar 17

12265B

D-III

SA

1:00-2:15 pm

$140/$93

Jan 13-Mar 17

12265C

D-I

SU

1:15-2:15 pm

$113/$75

Jan 14-Mar 11

12265D

D-II

SU

1:15-2:15 pm

$113/$75

Jan 14-Mar 11

12265E

D-III

SU

1:15-2:30 pm

$140/$93

Jan 14-Mar 11

12265F

D-I

SU

2:30-3:30 pm

$113/$75

Jan 14-Mar 11

12265G

D-II

SU

2:30-3:30 pm

$113/$75

Jan 14-Mar 11

12265H

D-III

SU

2:30-3:45 pm

$140/$93

Jan 14-Mar 11

12265J

D-IV

M

4:30-6:00 pm

$167/$111

Jan 8-Feb 7

12265K

W

4:30-6:00 pm $149/$99

Feb 12-Mar 14

12265L

$185/$123

Jan 9-Feb 8

12263T

$185/$123

Feb 13-Mar 15

12263U

$185/$123

Jan 10-Feb 9

12263W

$185/$123

Feb 14-Mar 16

12263X

NEW!

D-IV D-IV D-IV D-IV D-IV

Pre-Dev

M

4:30-6:00 pm

W

4:30-6:00 pm

TU

6:30-8:00 pm

TH

6:45-8:15 pm

TU

6:30-8:00 pm

TH

6:45-8:15 pm

W

4:30-6:00 pm

F

4:30-6:00 pm

W

4:30-6:00 pm

F

4:30-6:00 pm

No Class: January 15 & 27, February 19 & March 5

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Developmental Gymnastics Spring Session Class Level

Day

Time

Fee w/Res ID

Date

Code

D-I

M

4:00-5:00 pm

$116/$82

Mar 26-May 21

22263A

D-II

M

4:00-5:00 pm

$116/$82

Mar 26-May 21

22263B

D-III

M

5:00-6:15 pm

$138/$97

Mar 26-May 21

22263C

D-III

TU

4:00-5:15 pm

$155/$108

Mar 27-May 29

22263D

D-II

TU

6:15-7:15 pm

$128/$90

Mar 27-May 29

22263E

D-I

W

4:00-5:00 pm

$128/$90

Mar 28-May 30

22263G

D-II

W

4:00-5:00 pm

$128/$90

Mar 28-May 30

22263H

NEW Pre-Dev

W

5:00-6:00pm

$128/$90

Mar 28-May 30

22163C

D-II

W

5:00-6:00 pm

$128/$90

Mar 28-May 30

22263J

D-III

TH

4:30-5:45 pm

$155/$108

Mar 29-May 31

22263K

D-I

TH

5:45-6:45 pm

$128/$90

Mar 29-May 31

22263L

D-I

F

4:00-5:00 pm

$115/$82

Apr 6-June 1

22263V

D-II

F

4:00-5:00 pm

$115/$82

Apr 6-June 1

22263M

D-III

F

4:00-5:15 pm

$138/$97

Apr 6-June 1

22263P

D-I

SA

11:45-12:45 pm

$104/$74

Mar 31-May 26

22263Q

D-II

SA

11:45-12:45 pm

$104/$74

Mar 31-May 26

22263R

D-III

SA

11:45-1:00 pm

$123/$87

Mar 31-May 26

22263S

D-I

SA

1:00-2:00 pm

$116/$82

Mar 31-May 26

22265A

D-II

SA

1:00-2:00 pm

$116/$82

Mar 31-May 26

22265B

D-III

SA

1:00-2:15 pm

$146/$97

Mar 31-May 26

22265C

D-I

SU

1:15-2:15 pm

$104/$74

Apr 1-May 27

22265D

D-II

SU

1:15-2:15 pm

$104/$74

Apr 1-May 27

22265E

D-III

SU

1:15-2:30 pm

$123/$87

Apr 1-May 27

22265F

D-I

SU

2:30-3:30 pm

$104/$74

Apr 1-May 27

22265G

D-II

SU

2:30-3:30 pm

$104/$74

Apr 1-May 27

22265H

D-III

SU

2:30-3:45 pm

$123/$87

Apr 1-May 27

22265J

M

4:30-6:00 pm

$149/$99

Mar 26-Apr 25

22265K

W

4:30-6:00 pm $182/ $126

Apr 30-May 30

22265L

$149/ $99

Mar 27-Apr 26

22263T

$200/ $138

May 1-May31

22263U

$131/ $87

Mar 28-Apr 27

22263W

$200/$138

May 2-June 1

22263X

D-IV D-IV D-IV D-IV D-IV D-IV

M

4:30-6:00 pm

W

4:30-6:00 pm (Includes $15 Exhibition fee)

TU

6:30-8:00 pm

TH

6:45-8:15 pm

TU

6:30-8:00 pm

TH

6:45-8:15 pm (Includes $15Exhibition fee)

W

4:30-6:00 pm

F

4:30-6:00 pm

W

4:30-6:00 pm

F

4:30-6:00 pm

(Includes $15 Exhibition fee)

No Class: April 9-15, May 6, 19 & 28 Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Saturday 1:00 pm classes and on will be running on May 19. 11:45-1:00 pm classes will not be running on May 19. Key Contact: Maureen Franzen Please Note: Gymnasts that are signed up for Dev. III or higher are required to wear a leotard or unitard for their safety due to the skill level.

. This class participates in the Gymnastics Developmental Exhibition. See page 37 for details.

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BEGINNING TUMBLING

BOYS GYMNASTICS PROGRAM

Ages 6-12 years This gymnastics class will focus on the fundamentals of Boys Gymnastics, relating to floor, vault, rings, parallel bars and pommel horse. This class will develop strength, coordination, flexibility, self-confidence, listening skills and spend energy in a safe and fun environment. Day M W M W

Date Jan 8-Mar 12 Jan 10-Mar 14 Mar 26-May 21 Mar 28-May 30

Fee w/Res ID $89/$59 $125/$83 $116/$82 $128/$90

Code 12270A 12270B 22270A 22270B

Time: 4:15-5:15 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff No Class: January 15, February 19, March 5, April 9 & 11 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

“MORE BARS� CLASS

Ages 5-14 years Is your child close to moving up but her bars are preventing her from doing that? This class will focus on conditioning, drills and additional bar time that some gymnasts need to move to that next level. Levels: Developmental I-IV Date

Fee w/Res ID

Code

Jan 13-Mar 17 Mar 31-May 26

$125/$83 $101/$67

12259A 22259A

Day: Saturday Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff No Class: April 14 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

Ages 6-12 years Beginning Tumbling is a fast paced class that develops coordination, strength, flexibility, balance and self-confidence. Beginning Tumbling is for children that are new to tumbling, interested in exploring thru a 45 minute class before progressing to the 75 minute class Tumbling Class that meets twice a week. Good form and positions will be learned at this level. Beginning tumblers will learn the following skills: forward and backward tuck rolls, straddle rolls, lunge to handstand, cartwheels and round offs. Winter Session (Jan 9-Mar 16) Day Time Fee w/Res ID TU 5:15-6:00 pm $98/$65 F 5:00-5:45 pm $98/$65 TU 5:15-6:00 pm $89/$59 F 5:00-5:45 pm $78/$52

Date Code Jan 9-Mar 13 12261A Jan 12-Mar 16 12261B Mar 27-May 2922261A Apr 6-June 1 22261B

Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics and Cheer Staff No Class: April 10 & 13 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

TUMBLING

Ages 6-17 years Children looking to improve their tumbling for cheerleading requirements or just further develop the skills they currently have are welcome to join our Tumbling Class. We offer three levels, beginner tumblers, intermediate tumblers and advanced tumblers for boys and girls. Conditioning will be a small part of this class to prepare each child for increased difficulty in skill level. Date Jan 8-Feb 7 Feb 12-Mar 14 Mar 26-Apr 25 Apr 30-May 30

Fee w/Res ID $132/$88 $117/$78 $117/$78 $132/$88

Code 12262A 12262B 22264L 22264M

Day: Monday & Wednesday Time: 5:00-6:15 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics & Cheer Staff No Class: January 15, February 19, March 5, April 9, 11 & May 28 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

GYMNASTICS DEVELOPMENTAL EXHIBITION SUNDAY, JUNE 3 All participants of spring session invited to participate and show off what you learned! PARENTS: Encouraged to take pictures Please note: Cost of exhibition is built in to the spring class you enrolled in. Each participant will receive a t-shirt commemorating their big day!

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TUMBLING FOR DANCERS AND CHEERLEADERS

Ages 6-17 years This class is designed to accommodate the progression of skills used in the dance and cheer world. Conditioning will be an important portion of the class along with good stretching techniques to avoid injuries. All participants will be working basic tumbling that will lead into the more dynamic skills. Combination tumbling will be introduced to those who are ready. We offer a variety of spotting blocks and mats, along with our spring floor and Air Trak to accomplish the skills. Date Jan 13-Mar 17 Mar 31-May 26

Fee w/Res ID $120/$80 $107/$71

Code 12262D 22275A

Day: Saturday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Instructor: Gymnastics and Cheer Staff No Class: January 27, April 14 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

CHEERLEADING - LEVEL TWO

Ages 6-15 years This action packed class will teach jumps, hand motions, tumbling, stunting and a cheer will be taught, as well as the importance of teamwork. We will use an array of training equipment to move each child through the proper progressions. Gym shoes must be worn and hair tied back neatly out of face. No jewelry allowed for safety reasons. Class uses both the gymnastics arena and the gymnasium. Day W TU

Date Jan 10-Mar 14 Mar 27-May 29

Fee w/Res ID $155/$103 $155/$108

Code 12271B 22271D

Time: 4:15-5:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center-Basketball Gym Instructor: Cheer Staff No Class: April 17 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

CHEERLEADING - LEVEL THREE

Ages 6-15 years This action packed class will teach your child jumps, tumbling, hand motions, stunting and a cheer will be taught, as well as the importance of teamwork. We will use an array of training equipment to move each child through the proper progressions. Gym Shoes must be worn during this class and hair tied back neatly out of face. No jewelry allowed for safety reasons. Class uses the gymnasium. Coaches consent in required for this class. Date Jan 8-Mar 12 Mar 26-May 21

Fee w/Res ID $114/$76 $144/$101

Code 12271C 22271E

Day: Monday Time: 4:00-5:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center - Basketball Gym Instructor: Cheer Staff No Class: January 15, February 19, March 5, April 9 Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

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CHEERLEADING STORM COMPETITIVE CHEER

Ages 5-16 years This class is for those wanting to be a competitive cheerleader. For placement on this team, please call Maureen Franzen at (630) 783-6518, coaches consent is required. The team competes in the Chicagoland area . Jumps, tumbling, hand motions and stunting will be the focus as well as the importance of teamwork. Cheer shoes are required and changed into at class. Hair must be tied back neatly out of the face. No jewelry allowed. Team uniform, warm ups, shoes, bows, and competition fees are additional fees beyond class registration. Date Jan 9-Feb 3 Feb 6-Mar 3 Mar 6-Mar 24 Mar 27-Apr 28 May 1-May 31

Fee w/Res ID $172/$149 $172/$149 $129/$112 $187/$164 $201/$174

Code 12271D 12271E 12271F 22271F 22271H

(Includes $15 Exhibition Fee)

Day: Tuesday/Thursday 6:30-8:30 pm & Saturday 2:00-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Cheer Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen


CHEER INFORMATION MEETING, DEMO & TRY-OUT DAYS

Ages 5 years & up Is your child interested in cheerleading but unsure of what class to enroll in? Our cheerleading staff will hold an Informational Meeting explaining what our program has to offer. They will then put together a dance, arm motions, jumps and stunts for your child to learn in the Demo Days. Next, your child will attend the Try-Out where they will perform what they learned at the Demo Days. Your child will then be placed the in the proper level class or our competitive cheer team based on their Try-Out results. This is a great opportunity to find your spot in our Cheerleading program within our fun, safe and positive atmosphere. Please have your child dress in athletic clothing, hair tied back, no jewelry and clean gym shoes. PARENT INFORMATION MEETING Day: Tuesday Time: 4:30-5:00pm Date: April 17 CHEER DEMO DAYS Day: Tuesday & Thursday Time: 5:00-6:00 pm Date: April 17 and 19 Location: Annerino Community Center - Racquetball Court #3 CHEER TRY-OUT DAY Day: Saturday Time: 4:00-5:00 pm Date: April 21 Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Jasmine Lawson (630) 783-6515

PRIVATE AND SEMI PRIVATE GYMNASTICS LESSONS

Private and Semi-private gymnastics/tumbling lessons are available for students currently enrolled in classes but looking for additional one-on-one instruction. Private lessons are especially effective when a student is trying to master a new skill or just needs some one-on-one help. Private lessons are for ½ hour, 45 minutes or 1 hour, and must be pre-arranged. • ½ hour private: $20 • 45 min. private: $25 • 1 hour private: $30 • ½ hour semi-private (2-3 gymnasts): $40 • 1 hour semi-private (2-3 gymnasts): $60 Instructor: Gymnastics & Cheer Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

BOLINGBROOK ILLUSIONS TEAMS

Ages 6-14 years The Bolingbrook Illusions is an award winning team that competes against other park district teams in the Chicago land area. We offer Level 3, Level 4 and Level 5. These teams will follow routines and progressions for vault, uneven bars, beam and floor created by USAG. Competition takes place from September through December. Our Optional teams compete January through May following the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) rules. It is a great way to prepare your daughter for High School Gymnastics within the Park District or at their High School. Parents are required to attend our annual August Mandatory Meeting committing to a job responsibility in our Illusions Parent Booster Organization. Team leotards, warm ups, grips (optional), meet fees and tape are additional fees beyond class registration. Winter Session Level Days 3 T/TH 3 T/TH 3 T/TH 4 T/TH *M/W/ or F 4 T/TH *M/W/ or F 4 T/TH *M/W/ or F 5-8 M/W/F 5-8 M/W/F 5-8 M/W/F

Time 4:00-7:00 pm 4:00-7:00 pm 4:00-7:00 pm 6:00-8:30 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 6:00-8:30 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 6:00-8:30 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 5:15-8:15 pm

Fee w/Res ID Date $187/$162 Jan 9-Feb 1 $187/$162 Feb 6-Mar 1 $141/$122 Mar 6-Mar 22 $195/$169 Jan 8-Feb 2

Spring Session Level Days 3 T/TH 3 T/TH 4 T/TH 4 *M *W or *F 4 T/TH 4 *M *W or *F 5-8 M/W/F 5-8 M/W/F

Time 4:00-7:00 pm 4:00-7:00 pm 6:00-8:30 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 6:00-8:30 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 5:15-8:15 pm 5:15-8:15 pm

Fee w/Res ID Date $202/$177 Mar 27-Apr 26 $234/$203 May 1-May 31 $210/$184 Mar 26-Apr 27

Code 12264H 12264J 12264K 12264D

$195/$169 Feb 5-Mar 2 12264E $147/$127 Mar 5-Mar 23 12264G $170/$147 Jan 8-Feb 2 12264A $170/$147 Feb 5-Mar 2 12264B $127/$110 Mar 5-23 12264C Code 22264H 22264J 22264D

$259/$225 Apr 30-June 1 22264E $185/$162 Mar 26-Apr 27 22264A $197/$171 Apr 30-June 1 22264B

*Based on your Assigned Group’s Third Day of Practice Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen No Class: April 9-15 & May 28)

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JUMP. LISTEN. FLIP. LEARN. KICK. FOCUS. FLY. CHALLENGE...

THE NINJA CREED As A Ninja, I Pledge To: 1. Respect Respect and honor my parents, teachers, siblings, peers & authority figures 2. Use Use proper manners at home and in public. 3. T Take ake self-responsibility for my actions. 4. Exhibit impulse restraint restraint & make good decisions. 5. Work Work hard at everything I do. 6. Never Never let any obstacles get in the way of success. 7. Help Help others grow to the next level. 8. Have Have fun while being responsible and safe. 9. Use Use my ninja powers only for good and helpful purposes. 10.Resolve 10. Resolve conflict in a peaceful, Resolve quiet and respectful manner. 11. Reach Reach my full potential each day by pushing my body, mind & soul. 12.Learn 12. Learn at least 1 new thing each Learn day in school, at home, or at my ninja training.

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LIL NINJAS

Ages 31/2 - 5 years This class offers the best of gymnastics, martial arts, obstacle training, and freestyle movement combined into a brand new sport. Our focus will be on confidence, respect, listening, working towards goals, strength, agility, flexibility and creative energy. Each Lil Ninja is required to purchase a uniform package prior to the start of class which includes a t-shirt and headband signifying their level. Lil Ninjas should wear their uniform consistently once it is received. The uniform can be purchased by going on www.bolingbrookparks.org/NinjaZone. Uniforms are non-refundable. All Lil Ninjas are required to sign and submit a Ninja/BPD Waiver for each session that will be kept on file by the Ninja Staff. Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Ninja Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

BOYS

Winter Session Session Day Time I I I I I I I I I NEW II II II II II II II II II NEW III III III III III III III III III NEW

M M TH TH TH F F F SA M M TH TH TH F F F SA M M TH TH TH F F F SA

10:45-11:15 am 1:45-2:15 pm 10:00-10:30 am 10:45-11:15 am 1:45-2:15 pm 10:00-10:30 am 1:00-1:30 pm 1:45-2:15 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 10:45-11:15 am 1:45-2:15 pm 10:00-10:30 am 10:45-11:15 am 1:45-2:15 pm 10:00-10:30 am 1:00-1:30 pm 1:45-2:15 pm 3:00-3:30 pm 10:45-11:15 am 1:45-2:15 pm 10:00-10:30 am 10:45-11:15 am 1:45-2:15 pm 10:00-10:30 am 1:00-1:30 pm 1:45-2:15 pm 3:00-3:30 pm

BOYS Fee w/Res ID $45/$30 $45/$30 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $45/$30 $45/$30 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $45/$30 $45/$30 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $45/$30 $45/$30 $45/$30 $60/$40

Date

Code

Jan 8-Jan 29 Jan 8-Jan 29 Jan 11-Feb 1 Jan 11-Feb 1 Jan 11-Feb 1 Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 13-Feb 3 Feb 5-Feb 26 Feb 5-Feb 26 Feb 8-Mar 1 Feb 8-Mar 1 Feb 8-Mar 1 Feb 9-Mar 2 Feb 9-Mar 2 Feb 9-Mar 2 Feb 10-Mar 3 Mar 12-Mar 26 Mar 12-Mar 26 Mar 8-Mar 29 Mar 8-Mar 29 Mar 8-Mar 29 Mar 9-Mar 23 Mar 9-Mar 23 Mar 9-Mar 23 Mar 10-Mar 31

19101A 19101B 19101C 19101D 19101E 19101F 19101G 19101H 19101K 19102A 19102B 19102C 19102D 19102E 19102F 19102G 19102H 19201K 19103A 19103B 19103C 19103D 19103E 19103F 19103G 19103H 19301K

No Class: January 15, February 19, March 5

GIRLS

Winter Session Session Day Time I M 10:00-10:30 am I M 1:00-1:30 pm I TH 1:00-1:30 pm I F 10:45-11:15 am II M 10:00-10:30 am II M 1:00-1:30 pm II TH 1:00-1:30 pm II F 10:45-11:15 am III M 10:00-10:30 am III M 1:00-1:30 pm III TH 1:00-1:30 pm III F 10:45-11:15 am

Spring Session Session Day Time I M 10:45-11:15 am I M 1:45-2:15 pm I TH 10:00-10:30 am I TH 10:45-11:15 am I TH 1:45-2:15 pm I F 10:00-10:30 am I F 1:00-1:30 pm I F 1:45-2:15 pm I SA 3:00-3:30 pm II M 10:45-11:15 am II M 1:45-2:15 pm II TH 10:00-10:30 am II TH 10:45-11:15 am II TH 1:45-2:15 pm II F 10:00-10:30 am II F 1:00-1:30 pm II F 1:45-2:15 pm II SA 3:00-3:30

Fee w/Res ID $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $45/$30 $45/$30 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $60/$40 $45/$30

Date Apr 2-Apr 30 Apr 2-Apr 30 Apr 5-May 3 Apr 5-May 3 Apr 5-May 3 Apr 6-May 4 Apr 6-May 4 Apr 6-May 4 Apr 7-May 5 May 7-May 21 May 7-May 21 May 10-May 31 May 10-May 31 May 10-May 31 May 11-June 1 May 11-June 1 May 11-June 1 May 12-May 26

Code 29101A 29101B 29101C 29101D 29101E 29101F 29101G 29101H 29101K 29102A 29102B 29102C 29102D 29102E 29102F 29102G 29102H 29102K

Fee w/Res ID Date $60/$40 Apr 2-Apr 30 $60/$40 Apr 2-Apr 30 $60/$40 Apr 5-May 3 $60/$40 Apr 6-May 4 $45/$30 May 7-May 21 $45/$30 May 7-May 21 $60/$40 May 10-May 31 $60/$40 May 11-June 1

Code 29201A 29201B 29201C 29201D 29202A 29202B 29202C 29202D

No Class: April 9, 12-14

GIRLS

Spring Session Session Day Time I M 10:00-10:30 am I M 1:00-1:30 pm I TH 1:00-1:30 pm I F 10:45-11:15 am II M 10:00-10:30 am II M 1:00-1:30 pm II TH 1:00-1:30 pm II F 10:45-11:15 am

No Class: April 9, 12, 13 Fee w/Res ID Date $45/$30 Jan 8-Jan 29 $45/$30 Jan 8-Jan 29 $60/$40 Jan 11-Feb 1 $60/$40 Jan 12-Feb 2 $45/$30 Feb 5-Feb 26 $45/$30 Feb 5-Feb 26 $60/$40 Feb 8-Mar 1 $60/$40 Feb 9-Mar 2 $45/$30 Mar 12-Mar 26 $45/$30 Mar 12-Mar 26 $60/$40 Mar 8-Mar 29 $45/$30 Mar 9-Mar 23

Code 19201A 19201B 19201C 19201D 19202A 19202B 19202C 19202D 19203A 19203B 19203C 19203D

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NINJAS

Ages 6-11 years This fast paced, high energy class is designed to help your Ninja explore the true power they possess. It combines Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Obstacle Training and Freestyle Movement all into one sport. We focus on building confidence, respect, listening skills, goal setting, strength, agility, flexibility and creatively using their energy. Each Ninja is required to purchase a uniform package prior to the start of class which includes a t-shirt and headband signifying their level. Ninjas should wear their uniform consistently once it is received. Levels are white, yellow, green and blue. The uniform can be purchased by going on www.bolingbrookparks.org/NinjaZone. Uniforms are non-refundable. Ninjas will receive an invitation to a Mission Ceremony from their Instructors when they feel they are ready for advancement to the next level. They will get evaluated on mastery of their skills and the Creed. The fee for Mission is $15 which includes their new headband for the next level. Further Information on Mission Ceremonies will be communicated at a later date. All Ninjas are required to sign and submit a Ninja Waiver for each session that will be kept on file by the Ninja Staff. Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Ninja Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen Boys White - Winter Session Session Day Time Age I I I I I I I I II II II II II II II II III III III III III III III III

SA SA SA SA SU SU SU SU SA SA SA SA SU SU SU SU SA SA SA SA SU SU SU SU

1:00-2:00 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm

6-8 6-8 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 6-8 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 6-8 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11

Fee w/Res ID $68/$45 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45

Date

Code

Jan 13-Feb 3 19301A Jan 13-Feb 3 19301B Jan 13-Feb 3 19301C Jan 13-Feb 3 19301D Jan 14-Feb 4 19301E Jan 14-Feb 4 19301F Jan 14-Feb 4 19301G Jan 14-Feb 4 19301H Feb 10-Mar 3 19302A Feb 10-Mar 3 19302B Feb 10-Mar 3 19302C Feb 10-Mar 3 19302D Feb 11-Mar 4 19302E Feb 11-Mar 4 19302F Feb 11-Mar 4 19302G Feb 11-Mar 4 19302H Mar 10-Mar 31 19303A Mar 10-Mar 31 19303B Mar 10-Mar 31 19303C Mar 10-Mar 31 19303D Mar 11-Apr 1 19303E Mar 11-Apr 1 19303F Mar 11-Apr 1 19303G Mar 11-Apr 1 19303H

No Class: January 27 (1:00 pm class only), February 24 (5:45-7:45 class only), March 18 Girls White - Winter Session Session Day Time Age I I I II II II III III III

SA SU SU SA SU SU SA SU SU

5:45-6:45 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 2:30-3 :30 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 2:30-3:30 pm

8-11 6-8 8-11 8-11 6-8 8-11 8-11 6-8 8-11

No Class: February 24, March 18

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Fee w/ Res ID $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45

Date

Code

Jan 13-Feb 3 Jan 14-Feb 4 Jan 14-Feb 4 Feb 10-Mar 3 Feb 11-Mar 4 Feb 11-Mar 4 Mar 10-31 Mar 11-Apr 1 Mar 11-Apr 1

19401A 19401B 19401C 19402A 19402B 19402C 19403A 19403B 19403C

Boys Yellow - Winter Session Session Day Time Age I M 4:00-5:00 pm 6-8 I M 4:00-5:00 pm 8-11 I M 5:00-6:00 pm 6-8 I TU 5:00-6:00 pm 8-11 I F 4:00-5:00 pm 6-8 I F 5:00-6:00 pm 8-11 I SA 12:00-1:00 pm 6-8 II M 4:00-5:00 pm 6-8 II M 4:00-5:00 pm 8-11 II M 5:00-6:00 pm 6-8 II TU 5:00-6:00 pm 8-11 II F 4:00-5:00 pm 6-8 II F 5:00-6:00 pm 8-11 II SA 12:00-1:00 pm 6-8 III M 4:00-5:00 pm 6-8 III M 4:00-5:00 pm 8-11 III M 5:00-6:00 pm 6-8 III TU 5:00-6:00 pm 8-11 III F 4:00-5:00 pm 6-8 III F 5:00-6:00 pm 8-11 III SA 12:00-1:00 pm 6-8

Fee w/Res ID Date $68/$45 Jan 8-29 $68/$45 Jan 8-29 $68/$45 Jan 8-29 $90/$60 Jan 9-30 $90/$60 Jan 12-Feb 2 $90/$60 Jan 12-Feb 2 $68/$45 Jan 13-Feb 3 $68/$45 Feb 5-26 $68/$45 Feb 5-26 $68/$45 Feb 5-26 $90/$60 Feb 6-27 $90/$60 Feb 9-Mar 2 $90/$60 Feb 9-Mar 2 $90/$60 Feb 10-Mar 3 $68/$45 Mar 12-26 $68/$45 Mar 12-26 $68/$45 Mar 12-26 $90/$60 Mar 6-27 $68/$45 Mar 9-23 $68/$45 Mar 9-23 $90/$60 Mar 10-31

Code 19501A 19501B 19501C 19501D 19501E 19501F 19501G 19502A 19502B 19502C 19502D 19502E 19502F 19502G 19503A 19503B 19503C 19503D 19503E 19503F 19503G

No Class: January 27, February 19 Girls Yellow - Winter Session Session Day Time Age I I I II II II III III III

F F SA F F SA F F SA

4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm

8-11 8-11 6-8 8-11 8-11 6-8 8-11 8-11 6-8

Fee w/Res ID $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45 $90/$60

No Class: January 15 & 17, March 19 & 30

Date

Code

Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 13-Feb 3 Feb 9-Mar 2 Feb 9-Mar 2 Feb 10-Mar 3 Mar 9-Mar 23 Mar 9-Mar 23 Mar 10-Mar 31

19601A 19601B 19601C 19602A 19602B 19602C 19603A 19603B 19603C


Boys White - Spring Session Session Day Time

Age

I I I I I I I I II II II II II II II II

6-8 6-8 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 6-8 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11

SA SA SA SA SU SU SU SU SA SA SA SA SU SU SU SU

1:00-2:00 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 6:45-7:45 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm 3:30-4:30 pm

Fee w/Res ID $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45

Date

Code

Apr 7-28 Apr 7-28 Apr 7-28 Apr 7-28 Apr 8-29 Apr 8-29 Apr 8-29 Apr 8-29 May 5-26 May 5-26 May 5-26 May 5-26 May 13-27 May 13-27 May 13-27 May 13-27

29301A 29301B 29301C 29301D 29301E 29301F 29301G 29301H 29302A 29302B 29302C 29302D 29302E 29302F 29302G 29302H

Fee w/Res ID $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45

Date

Code

Apr 7-Apr 28 Apr 8-Apr 29 Apr 8-Apr 29 May 5-May 26 May 13-May 27 May 13-May 27

29401A 29401B 29401C 29402A 29402B 29402C

Fee w/Res ID $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45 $68/$45 $68/$45 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45

Date

Code

Apr 2-Apr 30 Apr 2-Apr 30 Apr 2-Apr 30 Apr 3-May 1 Apr 6-May 4 Apr 6-May 4 Apr 7-May 5 May 7-May 21 May 7-May 21 May 7-May 21 May 8-May 29 May 11-June 1 May 11-June 1 May 12-May 26

29501A 29501B 29501C 29501D 29501E 29501F 29501G 29502A 29502B 29502C 29502D 29502E 29502F 29502G

Fee w/Res ID $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $90/$60 $68/$45

Date

Code

Apr 6-May 4 Apr 6-May 4 Apr 7-May5 May 11-June 1 May 11-June 1 May 12-May 26

29601A 29601B 29601C 29602A 29602B 29602C

No Class: April 14, 15, May 6 Girls White - Spring Session Session Day Time

Age

I I I II II II

8-11 6-8 8-11 8-11 6-8 8-11

SA SU SU SA SU SU

5:45-6:45 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 5:45-6:45 pm 2:30-3:30 pm 2:30-3:30 pm

No Class: April 14 & 15 Boys Yellow - Spring Session Session Day Time

Age

I I I I I I I II II II II II II II

6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8 8-11 6-8

M M M TU F F SA M M M TU F F SA

4:00-5:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm

No Class: April 9, 10, 13 & 14 Girls Yellow - Spring Session Session Day Time

Age

I I I II II II

8-11 8-11 6-8 8-11 8-11 6-8

F F SA F F SA

4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 5:00-6:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm

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NATURE PROGRAMS Winter Exploration

All ages welcome Join a Naturalist to explore winter in this series. Part 1 of the winter series you will explore animals and other living organisms that are active through winter. Part 2 explore animals and other living organisms that hibernate during winter. Part 3 learn about different types of wildlife that migrate during winter. Class I’m Active I’m Asleep I’m Out of Here

Date January 13 January 20 January 27

Code 13415A 13415B 13415C

Day: Saturday Time: 12:00-1:00 pm Fee: $8 w/Resident ID: $5 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center

Burrowing Groundhogs

All ages welcome Are Groundhogs really able to predict the weather? Learn all about this Rodent and the history of Groundhog Day through games, crafts, and hands-on activities. Day: Saturday Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 13404A w/Resident ID: $5 Date: February 3

Owl Prowl

All ages welcome Join a naturalist for a hike to observe these raptors. While we can’t promise they’ll be found, it’s always fun to try. We will compare our senses to the super senses of the owl as we embark on a trek through the woodlands to look for nature’s most exclusive and elusive avian creatures. Day: Saturday Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 13422A w/Resident ID: $5 per person Date: February 17

Chip Mining

All ages welcome This class will prove that learning about rocks and minerals is not boring. Which rock will you become as you journey through the rock cycle? Excavate some delicious minerals from cookie to earn a rockin’ prize and much more! Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $9 13401A Resident ID: $5 Date: February 25 44

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Who Dung It?

All ages welcome Become a scatologist and discover how animal droppings give us clues about what animals visit the Nature Center. Join a Naturalist for an outdoor scat hike, learning to identify animals by their droppings. We’ll then go inside to make our own replica scat to take home. Day: Sunday Time: 10:00-11:30 am Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $9 13409A w/Resident ID: $6 Date: March 11

Cabin Fever Campfire

All ages welcome Say goodbye to the winter blues by melting the frost from your nose around our campfire with tasty treats. Program includes an interactive hike while looking for signs of spring. Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center- Pavilion Fee: $12 13400A w/Resident ID: $8 per person Date: March 18

Frolicking With Fairies

All ages welcome All plants and animals need a place to live. Deer, birds, chipmunks, toads, and fairies. Yes, we said fairies! For this program, we’re delving deeper into the forest than we ever have before into the world of fairies. Children and adults will join us as we read a fairy nature tale, find tiny homes for tiny creatures, and build fairy habitats. This one should not be missed. Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $10 13406A w/Resident ID: $6 per person Date: March 31

Egg-straordinary Eggs

All ages welcome So many different animals come from eggs! Join us as we investigate different types of eggs, make an egg craft, and go on a hike to search for nests. Day: Saturday Time: 4:00-5:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 13408A w/Resident ID: $5 Date: March 31 Key Contact: Melinda Weaver


Successful Vegetable Gardening

FREE

All ages welcome Gardening, if done correctly, can give one great pleasure and your efforts can yield healthy food to eat. Day: Saturday Time: 11:00 am-Noon Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Code: 23428A Date: April 14

Runaway Reptiles

All ages welcome The resident reptiles of Hidden Oaks Nature Center have run away from the nature center in search of adventure throughout the Bolingbrook Park District. Ranger, Max, Slithers and Brownie have found themselves at the Annerino Community Center, come meet them and learn more about their lives. Maybe you can point them in the right direction to get home. Once they get back to Hidden Oaks be sure to visit them! Day: Saturday Time: 4:00-5:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $8 23431A w/Resident ID: $5 Date: April 28

Ages 3-5 years This hour and a half drop off class is full of nature activities and esploration, crafts, stories, and of course real animal encounters. Children are invited to join us for a month-long series of all-natural fun, with time spent both inside and out. Dress for the weather. Date

All ages welcome Snakes are such cool animals! We’ll learn all about their awesome adaptations, make a snake craft to take home, and get up close and personal with a real live snake! Day: Saturday Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 23424A w/Resident ID: $5 Date: May 5

All ages welcome Meet insects, spiders and bugs during this field extravaganza! Find insects that are camouflaged, brightly colored beetles and maybe a few early-season butterflies. A Naturalist will be equipped with nets, bug jars, and field guides. Day: Saturday Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $10 23470A Resident ID: $6 Date: May 19

Code

January 10-31 13402A February 7-28 13402B March 7-28 13402C April 4-25 23404A May 2-23 23404B Day: Wednesday Time: 10:00-11:00 am Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $35 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

Hikin’ Tykes

Ages 3-5 years with adult Join a naturalist for a nature activity/craft, and a hike on the beautiful Conservation Area trails. Enjoy an interesting new nature experience each week with themes such as birds, squirrels, tracks, ponds, Spring and more. Price is for adult and child combined. Date

Sssssnakes!

Insect Safari

Tiny Treks

Code

January 12-26 13412A February 9-23 13412B March 9-23 13412C April 13-27 13412D May 11-25 13412E Day: Friday Time: 10:00-11:00 am Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $35 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center

Footprints in the Snow

Ages 3-6 years with an adult Something walked across your backyard, but all they left behind was a footprint! What animal made it? Come learn all about how identify common animal tracks. Indoor activity includes a story and craft. Day: Saturday Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $11 per pair 13403A w/Resident ID: $8 per pair Date: January 20

Children age 10 years and under must be accompanied by a paying adult. Key Contact: Melinda Weaver.

NATURE PROGRAMS

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Trail Tales

Ages 3-6 years with an adult Join a naturalist the second Saturday of the month, who will first read two stories to the children and then lead the group in an activity (a hike or craft, weather dependent) themed to match the stories. Each meeting you will experience a different story theme. Day Saturday Saturday Saturday

Date March 10 April 14 May 12

Time 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am

Code 23426A 23426B 23426C

Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $10 per pair 23425A w/Resident ID: $8 per pair

Turtle Tales

All ages 3-6 with an adult Journey into the world of turtles with information about the types of turtles of Illinois and their natural history. Program includes an opportunity to meet our resident turtles, play turtle games, and make a turtle craft. Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $11 per pair 23415A Resident ID: $8 per pair Date: April 22

Nature Art

Ages 5 years & up We’ll be exploring, collecting and using nature to make amazing art. Wear clothes that can get messy Day: Saturday Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 23423A w/Resident ID: $5 Date: April 28

Critter Tracks

Ages 7 years & up Discover what critters are making tracks at Hidden Oaks this winter. After receiving a tracking guide of winter tracks and animal signs we will explore the woodland. Through our discoveries we will determine who has been here and what they were doing. Participants will make a track to take home to remind them of our adventures. Day: Sunday Time: Noon-1:30 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $10 13425A Resident ID: $6 Date: March 11

Buckthorn Hiking Sticks

Ages 7 years & up Create a buckthorn hiking stick. Learn about invasive species, how to identify buckthorn shrubs, and why it’s important to remove them from the Natural Areas. Day: Saturday Time: 3:00-4:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 23425A w/Resident ID: $5 per person Date: May 19

Weather Wizards

Ages 8-12 years Join a naturalist for fun activities and amazing facts about the weather around us! Join us to learn about clouds, thunderstorms, rain tornados and more. Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $9 23403A Resident ID: $5 Date: January 28

Nature Knitting Circle

Ages 16 years & up In this series we socialize, and work on a knitting project. For beginners, we will give you a beginner pattern, or if you have a pattern help you get started. All skills welcome. Please bring a set of needles and your favorite yarn if you have them. The nature center has limited supplies. Day: Friday Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $35 13414A w/Resident ID: $25 Date: March 2-23

Spring Birding

Ages 18 years & up Come join us as we learn about common birds in the area and how to identify them by sight and sound. We will put our skills to the test as we hike around Hidden Oaks and Boan Woods. Simple binoculars will be provided but you may bring your own. Day: Saturday Time: 8:00-9:30 am Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $10 Resident ID: $6 Date: May 6 23430A

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Hidden Oaks Nature Center HOURS

November 1 - March 31 M-SA 9:00 am-4:00 pm SU 11:00 am-4:00 pm

April 1 - October 31 M-SA 9:00 am-5:00 pm SU Noon-5:00 pm

WINTER CAMP

Fill Your Winter with Nature Fun! Ages 6-12 years

December 26-29 & January 2-5 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Mad Scientist Dinosaur Trackers Enchanted Forest Wilderness Survival

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Early Childhood...

Preparing for School It’s never too early to prepare your child for school. Socialization, structure and play are all important to your child’s future success. Bolingbrook Park District offers programs from 18 months through 4 years old to help get your child ready for Kindergarten.

LITTLE LEARNERS

A preschool preparation program Ages 18 months-3 years Play has a vital role in your child’s early development. Our Little Learners program offers young children opportunities for social, intellectual, physical, and emotional growth through a balance of both child-led and teacher-guided play. The classroom offers areas for age-appropriate art, sensory exploration, story time, and creative movement. Our teachers provide nurturing guidance to all children allowing for easier transition through parent/child separation anxiety. Please dress your child in play clothes. Children do not have to be toilet trained for these classes. Parents are requested to remain in the building during these classes. It is recommended that classes are taken in order, but children can be enrolled at any level. Siblings younger than 18 months in a stroller are permitted in adult/child classes. • Pee Wee Learners (children ages 18-24 months) is an adult/child class in which parents are encouraged to participate. • Little Learners 1 (children ages 2-3 years) is an adult/child class in which parents are encouraged to participate. • Littler Learners 2, 3, and 4 (children ages 2-3 years) are child-only classes that increase in time with each level. Little Learners 4 includes a group snack provided by the park district. Day M TU W TH F M TU W TH F M TU W TH F

Class Little Learners 1 Little Learners 2 Little Learners 3 Pee Wee Learners Little Learners 4 Little Learners 1 Little Learners 2 Little Learners 3 Pee Wee Learners Little Learners 4 Little Learners 1 Little Learners 2 Little Learners 3 Pee Wee Learners Little Learners 4

Time 9:30-10:00 am 10:15-11:00 am 10:45-11:45 am 9:45-10:15 am 9:30-10:45 am 9:30-10:00 am 10:15-11:00 am 10:45-11:45 am 9:45-10:15 am 9:30-10:45 am 9:30-10:00 am 10:15-11:00 am 10:45-11:45 am 9:45-10:15 am 9:30-10:45 am

Fee $55 $88 $118 $55 $141 $55 $88 $118 $55 $117 $47 $74 $99 $47 $117

w/Res ID $37 $59 $79 $37 $94 $37 $59 $79 $37 $78 $31 $49 $66 $31 $78

Date Jan 8-Feb 12 Jan 9-Feb 13 Jan 10-Feb 14 Jan 11-Feb 15 Jan 12-Feb 16 Feb 26-Apr 2 Feb 27-Apr 3 Feb 28-Apr 4 Mar 1-Apr 5 Mar 2-Apr 6 Apr 16-May 14 Apr 17-May 15 Apr 18-May 16 Apr19-May 17 Apr 20-May 18

Code 12111A 12111B 12111C 12111D 12111E 12114A 12114B 12114C 12114D 12114E 22111A 22111B 22111C 22111D 22111E

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex No Class: March 30 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

BOLINGBROOK PARK DISTRICT PRESCHOOL INFORMATION NIGHT

It’s hard to believe the time has come to enroll your little one in the 2018-2019 preschool year already. At the Bolingbrook Park District, we want you to feel comfortable with this very important decision. Take a tour of one of our preschool classrooms and meet teachers and supervisory staff of the program you’re sure to love. This informational meeting is intended for parents only. We do offer child care in our child care room for $3/hour. Day

Location

March 15 May 15 June 13

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Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

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Three Unique Sites... One Common Goal... Create a Learner for Life. The Bolingbrook Park District preschool programs, offered for children ages 2 ½ to 5 years of age, focus on educating children in a way that makes learning fun. Experienced teachers create a warm, positive educational environment that fosters a child’s natural creativity and curiosity. Children are engaged in a variety of developmentally appropriate activities that are aligned with state preschool learning standards. We communicate with kindergarten program administrators in the area to ensure that our curriculum prepares our students for success in elementary school.

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

SOON 2B3 PROGRAM

Children 2 ½ - 3 years old have their first positive experiences in a preschool classroom and become comfortable separating from parents for a regular period of time. Development of social skills, large and small motor skills, and basic curriculum concepts are a part of your child’s day. Diapers and pull-ups are acceptable to begin with, but children should be on his or her way to taking care of their own toileting needs. This class runs 2 days per week. Looking for a 3 day per week program? You can also register for Add-a-Day.

3 YEAR OLD PROGRAM

This program nurtures a 3 year-old’s social and emotional growth, and provides a curriculum focusing on the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors, and the beginning stages of writing. This class runs 2 days per week. Looking for a 3 day per week program? You can also register for Add-a-Day.

4 YEAR OLD PROGRAM

In this program, 4 year-olds strengthen relationships with friends and teachers and begin to understand responsibility as they become more self-sufficient. The curriculum focuses on emerging literacy, math, science, creative art and fine motor skills to prepare children for Kindergarten. Looking to extend your child’s preschool day? You can also register for our Snack and Learn, Snack and Explore, and Snack and Move Programs.

PRE-K PROGRAM

The Pre-K program is designed for children 4 ½ -5 years old who are ready for additional time in the classroom. This program takes our 4 year-old curriculum to the next level with in-depth -exposure to preliteracy, math, self-expression skills and class projects. Bi-monthly field trips, science lab time and cooking classes are built into the cost of the class. Looking to extend your child’s preschool day? You can also register for our Snack and Learn, Snack and Explore, and Snack and Move Programs.

ENGLISH/SPANISH PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

Children from Spanish or English speaking homes are welcome to register for the 3 year-old or 4 year-old class. The teachers, fluent in both languages, will focus on our regular preschool curriculum while teaching the children in Spanish and in English. This preschool class is a great option for those children wishing to develop skills with a new language.

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Stepping Stones Classes at Annerino Community Center Soon 2B3 Program Day Time Payment(1 of 4) Total for Year (Fee w/Res ID) (Fee w/Res ID) TU/TH 9:40-11:40 am $255/$204 $1020/$816 3 Year Old Program TU/TH 9:10-11:40 am $303/$242 $1212/$968 3 Year Old English/Spanish Program M/W 9:10-11:40 am $303/$242 $1212/$968 4 Year Old Program M/W/F 9:10-11:40 am $453/$362 $1812/$1448 Pre-K Program Day Time Payment (1 of 6) Total for Year (Fee w/Res ID) (Fee w/Res ID) TU/W/TH/F 12:20-2:50 pm $460/$368 $2760/$2208

Code 58000A 58000B

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Preschool lottery process for Bolingbrook residents with park district Resident ID:

58000D Code 58000E

Stepping Stones Classes at Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Soon 2B3 Program Day Time Payment (1 of 4) Total for Year Code (Fee w/Res ID) (Fee w/Res ID) TU/TH 9:40-11:40 am $255/$204 $1020/$816 58002A 3 Year Old Program TU/TH 9:10-11:40 am $303/$242 $1212/$968 58002B M/W 9:10-11:40 am $303/$242 $1212/$968 58002C TU/TH 12:20-2:50 pm $303/$242 $1212/$968 58002D 4 Year Old Program M/W/F 9:10-11:40 am $453/$362 $1812/$1448 58002E M/W/F 12:20-2:50 pm $453/$362 $1812/$1448 58002F TU/TH 12:20-2:50 pm $303/$242 $1212/$968 58002G M/W 6:00-8:00 pm $255/$204 $1020/$816 58002H Seedlings Classes at Hidden Oaks Nature Center 3 Year Old Program Day Time Payment (1 of 4) (Fee w/Res ID) TU/TH 9:10-11:40 am $303/$242 TU/TH 9:10-11:40 am $303/$242 4 Year Old Program M/W/F 9:10-11:40 am $453/$362 M/W/F 9:10-11:40 am $453/$362 M/W/F 12:20-2:50 pm $453/$362 Pre-K Program Day Time Payment (1 of 6) (Fee w/Res ID) TU/W/TH/F 12:20-2:50 pm $460/$368

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REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR THE 2018-2019

Total for Year (Fee w/Res ID) $1212/$968 $1212/$968

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Total for Year (Fee w/Res ID) $2760/$2208

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• January 8: Registration packets will be available at all front desks. • January 8-February 14: Completed preschool registrations will be accepted at all front desks. • February 21: Preschool lottery will be held on this day. Confirmations will be sent home the following week. Preschool registration is open on a first-come first-serve basis for residents and non-residents starting March 5, 2018. The Bolingbrook Park District’s Preschool Program now offers a $100 sibling discount for families that have multiple children registered in the same preschool year. The discount will be given for the youngest child attending our program. The discounted amount will be reflected in the billing statements. This discount applies to the Soon 2B3, 3 Year Old & 4 Year Old Program, Pre-K Program, and the English/Spanish Programs. For any inquiries please contact Kathy Hassert at (630) 783-6638 or Lori Zoeller at (630) 7836633.

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PRESCHOOL ADD-A-DAY PROGRAM

Ages 2 ½-4 years This program is for children already enrolled in the Bolingbrook Park District Soon 2B3 or 3 year old program. Children are not required to attend the Add-A-Day class at the same location in which they attend preschool. By adding this extra day you can make your child’s program 3 days per week, providing more time with curriculum concepts and everything he or she loves about preschool. Day: Friday Time: 9:40-11:40 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $367 12128A w/Resident ID: $294 Date: January 12-May 18 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

EXTENDED PRESCHOOL SNACK & ACTIVITY

Ages 3-6 years Dance, Move, Explore, learn and leap! These preschool classes are designed to extend your child’s playtime at Bolingbrook Park District and energize them with a snack provided by the park district and fun activity by our specialized staff. Our staff will walk your preschooler to the activity and give them a healthy snack for 15 minutes, followed by 45 minutes of activity. It is an opportunity for parents to enjoy another hour of free time and let their child interact with other children in a fun atmosphere.

PRESCHOOL SNACK & DANCE

Ages 3-6 years If you are looking to get your little one involved in an introductory dance class, this one is sure to be a blast. We will bring your child from preschool to the dance room for a snack which, we will provide. We then will move on to learning basic dance and movement skills. It is an opportunity for parents to enjoy another hour of free time and let the child interact with other children. Innovative dance combinations, activities, and games will be worked on in class. *Please note that your child does NOT have to be in a preschool class to take this – all are welcome! Session

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Molly Ghahtani Grace Kopasz Molly Ghahtani Grace Kopasz Molly Ghahtani Grace Kopasz

17100A 17100B 17100C 17100D 27100E 27100F

Time: 11:45 am-12:45 pm Fee: $99 w/Resident ID: $45 Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatics Center No Class: April 12, 13 Key Contact: Megan Donick

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PRESCHOOL SNACK & LEARN

Ages 3-6 years Extend your child’s preschool day with an hour of enrichment time. Topics include art, science, and music. Children will be escorted from their preschool classroom to the Snack & Learn room by a preschool teacher. Children must be toilet trained for this class. Class Arts Science Music

Date Jan 10-Feb 14 Feb 28-Apr 4 Apr 18-May 16

Fee $90 $90 $75

w/Res ID $60 $60 $50

Code 12154A 12154B 22106A

Day: Wednesday Time:11:45-12:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

PRESCHOOL SNACK & LEAP PRESCHOOL SNACK & MOVE

Ages 3-6 years Extend your child’s preschool day with gym time featuring organized games and open play. Children will be escorted from their preschool classroom to the Snack & Move room by a preschool teacher. Children should wear gym shoes. Children must be toilet trained for this class. Day

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Ages 3-6 years After your Preschool 3 year old, 4 year old or Pre-K Class (Codes 58000A, B or F) is over, our coaches will pick your child up and continue learning through the four events - vault, bars, beam and floor as well as energetic games. Innovative gymnastics stations, including colors, numbers, patterns and letters, will be set up each week. This class does not participate in the Preschool Exhibition. Winter Session (Jan 9-Mar 16) Day Fee w/Res ID TU $173/$115 F $173/$115 Spring Session (Apr 17-May 11) Day Fee w/Res ID TU $69/$46 F $69/$46

Date Jan 9-Mar 13 Jan 12-Mar 16

Code 12169A 12169B

Date Apr 17-May 8 Apr 20-May 11

Code 22169A 22169B

Time: 11:45 am-12:45 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Time: 11:45-12:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

PRESCHOOL SNACK & EXPLORE

SNACK AND STRETCH YOGA

Ages 3-6 years Extend your child’s preschool day with an hour of nature exploration. Children will be escorted from their preschool classroom to the Snack & Explore room by a preschool teacher. Children must be toilet trained for this class. Day W TH W TH W TH

Date Jan 10-Feb 14 Jan 11-Feb 15 Feb 28-Apr 4 Mar 1-Apr 5 Apr 18-May 16 Apr 19-May 17

Fee $90 $90 $90 $90 $75 $75

Time: 11:45-12:45 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

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w/Res ID $60 $60 $60 $60 $50 $50

Code 12151A 12151B 12151C 12151D 22151A 22151B

Ages 3-6 years This class introduces young yogi’s to a fun, non-competitive, physical activity that encourages self-esteem and body awareness. Yoga helps children enhance motor control, strength, coordination and focus. We will bring your child from preschool to the dance room for a snack that we will provide. Date Jan 10-Feb 7 Feb 14-Mar 28 Apr 4-May 30

Fee $50 $70 $90

Code 14053A 14053C 24056A

Day: Wednesday Time: 11:45 am-12:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

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EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC TOGETHER SPRING DEMONSTRATION CLASS FREE!

Come join us to sing and dance with your little musician. Here is your opportunity to try the internationally acclaimed Music Together program and get hooked on all they have to offer. Afterwards, you can sign up for the spring class to sing and dance your way to fun. Must register to attend: Day: Monday Time: 10:30-11:00 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Date: March 19 12112C Instructor: Music Together Instructor Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

MUSIC TOGETHER

Ages Infant-5 years with adult Did you know all children are musical? Nurture your child’s natural enthusiasm for music and movement with Music Together’s fun, engaging and musically diverse experience. The informal instructional style will soon have your entire family singing, dancing and laughing together. Siblings under 9 months old are free. Siblings 9 months and older receive a discount. No refunds issued after the first class. Time

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Fee 2nd Child w/Res ID $189/$107 $189/$107 $166/$93 $166/$93

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GROW WITH ME

Ages 18-24 month with adult Our time together includes art, story-snack time, music, and free play. Please bring a nut-free snack for your toddler. Siblings under the age of 18 months are allowed in strollers. Date Jan 9-Feb 13 Feb 27-Apr 3 Apr 17-May 15

Fee $88 $88 $74

w/Res ID $59 $59 $49

Code 12150A 12150B 22104A

Day:Tuesday Time: 9:00-9:45 am Location:Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

MESSY TODDLERS

Ages 18 months - 2 years with adult Not all children enjoy finger painting. Help your child learn that it’s okay for our hands to get dirty in this class filled with messy art and sensory exploration. Please dress your child in play clothes. Siblings under the age of 18 months are allowed in strollers. Date Jan 13-Feb 17 Mar 3-Apr 7 Apr 21-May 19

Fee $88 $74 $74

w/Res ID $59 $49 $49

Code 12103A 12103B 22103A

Day: Saturday Time: 9:00-9:45 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex No Class: March 31 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

MINI MATH

Ages 2 years with adult You and your child will have fun exploring age-appropriate math concepts through games, art, songs, and stories. Siblings under the age of 2 are allowed in strollers. Day:Wednesday Time: 9:30-10:15 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $88 12106A w/Resident ID:$59 Date: January 10-February 14 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

BEFORE ABC’S

Ages 2 years with adult Before children learn to recognize letters, they see symbols. Enjoy this time with your child as we learn about symbols through the exploration of shapes, colors, sounds and signs. Siblings under the age of 2 are allowed in strollers. Day: Wednesday Time: 9:30-10:15 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $88 12109A w/Resident ID:$59 Date: February 28-April 4 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

EARLY CHILDHOOD

AGES 3 MONTHS-5 YEARS

EARLY SCIENCE

Ages 2 years with adult Science begins with the question “Why?” and children this age love to ask it. Help your child find the “Why?” in this class filled with fun toddler-appropriate science activities. Siblings under the age of 2 are allowed in strollers. Day: Wednesday Time: 9:30-10:15 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $74 22109A w/Resident ID:$49 Date: April 18-May 16 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

SATURDAY PLAY DATE

Ages 2-5 years with adult Make a plan to meet with friends for these Saturday mornings filled with fun. Each day has a different theme. Please wear play clothes. Date Jan 6 Jan 20 Feb 3 Feb 17 Mar 3 Mar 17 Mar 24 Apr 28

Class Winter Luau Superhero School Super Fun with Football Healthy Little Hearts Boxes and Blocks Celebration of Green Pretty Spring Things TV Fun Without the TV

Code 12155A 12155B 12155C 12155D 12155E 12155F 12155G 12155H

Day: Saturday Time: 10:30-11:30 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $18 w/Resident ID:$12 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

ZUMBINI

Ages 0-4 years with adult Happy hour for you and your baby! Music, dance and educational tools for 45 minutes of can’t stop, won’t stop bonding and fun. Tap your toes, sing-along and get lost in the only program to combine early childhood and development with the magical joy of Zumba. Rates below are for one parent and one child. Day M

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Code 14059A 14059B 24050A 24050B 14059C 14059D 24050C 24050D

Time: 11:30 am-12:15 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Vanessa Peca-Burkhart

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General Interest COLOR AND SHAPE SEARCH

Ages 3-4 years Children will enjoy hunting for shapes and colors in our books, art, and toys. Time may be spent finding shapes and colors outdoors, weather permitting. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Day: Monday Time: 10:30-11:15 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $74 22133A w/Resident ID: $49 Date: April 16-May 14 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

MATH AND ME

Ages 3-5 years Opportunities for encouraging early math skills are all around us. In this class we will use age appropriate activities to allow your child’s love for math to grow, as they grow. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent Age 3 4-5 3 4-5 4-5

Day F TH F TU TH

Time 11:15 am-Noon 12:15-1:00 pm 11:15 am-Noon 6:00-6:45 pm 10:45-11:30 am

Date Jan 12-Feb 16 Jan 11-Feb 15 Mar 2-Apr 6 Feb 27-Apr 3 Apr 19-May 17

Fee w/Res ID $88/$59 $88/$59 $74/$49 $88/$59 $74/$49

Code 12110A 12110B 12110C 12110D 22110A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex No Class: March 30 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Ages 3-5 years It’s never too early to learn about healthy eating. In this class children will explore colorful, nutritious food through art, games, stories, and taste testing. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Time 12:15-1:00 pm 5:00-5:45 pm

Date Jan 10-Feb 14 Apr 19-May 17

Fee w/Res ID Code $88/$59 12113A $74/$49 22134A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Ages 3-5 years In this class children will enjoy alphabet fun with art, story time, and play that emphasizes letter recognition. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Time 4:45-5:30 pm 12:15-1:00 pm

Date Fee w/Res ID Feb 27-Apr 3 $88/$59 Apr 19-May 17 $74/$49

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

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Code 12100A 22135A

Time 12:30-1:15 pm 4:45-5:30 pm

Date Jan 12-Feb 16 Apr 17-May 15

Fee w/Res ID $88/$59 $74/$49

WORDS AROUND THE WORLD

Ages 3 ½ -5 years Let’s explore letters, numbers, and words in different languages through art, music and storytime. This class is for children who feel comfortable without a parent present. Time 12:15-1:00 pm 12:30-1:15 pm

Date Feb 28-Apr 4 Apr 20-May 18

Fee $88 $74

w/Res ID $59 $49

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Code 12119A 22140A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

SMART ART

Ages 3-5 years When children create with their hands and minds they learn how to control more of their world. Children in this class will discover the smart in art. Please dress your child for messy art play. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Time 10:30-11:15 am 11:30 am-12:15 pm

Date Jan 8-Feb 12 Apr 17-May 15

Fee w/Res ID Code $88/$59 12142A $74/$49 22412A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

SCIENCE TIME

Ages 3-5 years Is your child curious about the world and how it works? This class will help children discover the what, where, and why through experiments and exploration. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Day TU W

Time Date 11:30 am-12:15 pm Jan 9-Feb 13 12:15-1:00 pm Apr 18-May 16

Fee w/Res ID Code $88/$59 12102A $74/$49 22105A

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Code 12118A 22136A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Day M TU

ABC’S ALL AROUND ME

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Ages 4-5 years Children will craft jewelry and accessories using our supplies and their own creativity. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent.

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EATING A RAINBOW

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Bracelets, Bangles, and Beads


CONSTRUCT IT

Ages 3 ½ -5 years This class is built around blocks of all shapes and sizes. Children will explore different ways to construct using our supplies and their imagination. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Day TU F

Time 4:45-5:30 pm 12:30-1:15 pm

Date Jan 9-Feb 13 Mar 2-Apr 6

Fee $88 $74

w/Res ID $59 $49

Code 12152A 12152B

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex No Class: March 30 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Ages 3 ½ -5 years Help your child develop fine motor skills with this class that focuses on finger muscle development. Our class time includes opportunities for pencil practice, scissor skills, and fun finger exercises. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Time 5:00-5:45 pm 6:00-6:45 pm

Date Mar 1-Apr 5 Apr 17-May 15

Fee $88 $74

w/Res ID $59 $49

Code 12143A 22413A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Ages 3 ½ -5 years Learning safety skills can help boost a child’s self-confidence. Each week we will explore different safety issues with the help of stories, art, and play. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Time 5:00-5:45 pm 11:30-12:15 pm

Day TH TH

Time 6:15-7:00 pm 12:15-1:00 pm

Date Jan 11-Feb 15 Mar 1-Apr 5

Code 12146A 12146B

OUTDOOR ART

Ages 3 ½ -5 years Let’s find out how the weather affects our creativity in this class that combines art and the outside world. Our time together begins in the classroom then moves outdoor for some fresh-air inspired artistic fun. Please dress your child for the weather. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Day TH F

Time 10:45-11:30 am 11:15 am-Noon

Date Mar 1-Apr 5 Apr 20-May 18

Fee $88 $74

w/Res ID $59 $49

Code 12147A 22145A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

SAFETY SCHOOL

Day TH TU

Ages 3 ½ -5 years Your child will have fun while learning basic social etiquette. Practicing good manners can help children enhance their social skills and make new friends. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent.

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $88 w/Resident ID: $59 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

PREPPING FOR PENCILS

Day TH TU

COURTEOUS KIDS

Date Jan 11-Feb 15 Feb 27-Apr 3

Code 12145A 12145B

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $88 w/Resident ID: $59 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

THINGS THAT GO

Ages 3-4 years Join us behind the wheel for this class full of art, music, play, and story time with a transportation theme. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Day TH M

Time 10:45-11:30 am 10:30-11:15 am

Date Jan 11-Feb 15 Feb 26-Apr 2

Code 12104A 12104B

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $88 w/Resident ID:$59 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Introducing your youngster to a preschool environment provides them with a new perspective on the importance of education!

EARLY CHILDHOOD

AGES 3 MONTHS-5 YEARS

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MY SATURDAY SCHOOL

Ages 3 ½ -5 years Give your child an extra day of school with this class that focuses on reinforcement of preschool goals. Time will be spent on concepts such as art, math, letter recognition, and socialization. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Date Jan 13-Feb 17 Mar 3-Apr 7 Apr 21-May 19

Fee $118 $99 $99

w/Res ID $79 $66 $66

Code 12148A 12148B 22148A

Day: Saturday Time: 9:00-10:00 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex No Class: March 31 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

PARENT’S NIGHT OUT

Ages 21/2 - 6 years Enjoy a stress-free evening out. Children will spend a fun evening engaging in age appropriate activities, games, crafts and stories. Cheese pizza will be provided by the park district. Children must be toilet trained to attend this program. Date Jan 12 Feb 9 Mar 9 Apr 6

Code 12123A 12123B 12123C 12123D

Day: Friday Time: 5:30-8:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $30 1st child/$22 additional siblings w/Resident ID:$20 1st child/$12 additional siblings Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

AFTER DINNER ART

Ages 4-5 years Full belly equals creative brain. Let us help your child channel that creative energy into beautiful art work. Each week a different art medium will be explored and time will be spent exploring famous artists. This class is for children who are comfortable without a parent. Day TU TH TH

Time 6:00-6:45 pm 6:15-7:00 pm 6:15-7:00 pm

Date Jan 9-Feb 13 Mar 1-Apr 5 Apr 19-May 17

Fee $88 $88 $74

Where the fun is!

Code 12153A 12153B 22141A

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

LUNCHBOX CLUB

Ages 5-7 years (Entering Kindergarten-Second Grade) Lunchbox Club is a class that allows children to grow in the areas of math, science, reading, and writing through cooking, science experiments, and art creations. Each session includes going on field trips in which the parents are responsible for providing transportation. Each day ends with children eating lunch with their friends. Children should bring their lunch labeled with their name. Dates June 12-21 July 10-19 July 31-Aug 9

Code 32105A 32105B 32105C

Days: TU, W, TH Time: 9:15 am-1:15 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $165 w/Resident ID: $192 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

“All of us have moments in our childhood where we come alive for the first time. And we go back to those moments and think, ‘This is when I became myself.’” – Rita Dove

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w/Res ID $59 $59 $49


ATHLETICS

K-2ND GRADE JUNIOR BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Participants will learn fundamentals and skills required to play the game of basketball in a team environment. Children will play on 8 ft. hoops. First three weeks, teams will practice once during week on either Tuesdays or Thursday’s between 5:00 and 8:00 pm for one hour (dependent on the volunteer coach). The following five weeks, teams will practice once during the week and play games on Sundays between 2:00 and 6:00pm. All players will be placed on teams by the Park District and team shirts will be provided. Volunteer coaches are vital to this program! If interested in coaching, please contact Kai Wahlgren at (630) 783-6532. Level Kindergarten 1st & 2nd Grade

Code 52418B 52419B

Date: January 9-March 11 Fee: $90 w/Resident ID: $60 Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

SHOTOKAN PRE-KARATE

Ages 4-7 years Illinois Shotokan Karate Club is Chicagoland’s premier karate school taught under the instruction of John DiPasquale. Young children develop confidence, strength, and coordination skills through fun and creative classes. This program is specifically designed for growing minds and bodies to enhance memory and agility. Watch your child’s confidence blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time! Uniforms, equipment and belt testing are optional for an additional fee through the class instructor. Level Beginner/Continuer Int/Adv Beginner (No exp) Cont/Adv Beginner/Continuer Int/Adv Beginner (No exp) Cont/Adv

Day TU TU SA SA TU TU SA SA

Time 4:00-4:45 pm 4:50-5:35 pm 9:30-10:15 am 10:15-11:00 am 4:00-4:45 pm 4:50-5:35 pm 9:30-10:15 am 10:15-11:00 am

Fee w/Res ID $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85

Date Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2

Code 18440A 18440B 18440C 18440D 28440A 28440B 28440C 28440D

Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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AGES 3 MONTHS-5 YEARS

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SportsKids Inc. has been teaching youth sports classes at various park districts in the Chicagoland area. Our goal is to provide a safe and fun learning environment for the children involved in our classes, clinics, camps, and leagues. SportsKids’ coaches are dedicated to helping children develop a confident and positive attitude about sports. The children in our programs have the opportunity to develop their skills in athletics through an environment that stresses self- confidence, teamwork and sportsmanship but, most important, rewards effort rather than the final score of a game.

PARENT CHILD PROGRAMS ADULT & TOT TRIPLE PLAY SPORTSTERS NEW!

This class features three sports: soccer, t-ball and basketball. Young children will develop motor skills while having fun throwing, catching, jumping, batting, running, and kicking like the big kids. A variety of activities designed around these three sports will be played each week. Parents and their little athletes will enjoy making new friends and working together.

TINY TOT OLYMPICS

Tots, with the help of their parents, will jump, run, throw and develop a variety of other skills as they participate in soccer, basketball, floor hockey, track and field, and other Olympic sports.

ADULT & TOT T-BALL N’ SOCCER STARS

Children learn basic kicking, throwing, running, batting and catching skills necessary for success in either of these two popular sports.

ADULT & TOT SOCCER

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!

ADULT & TOT T-BALL TRAINING

ADULT & TOT FIT N’ FUN

Participate in obstacle courses, parachute play, circle games, and other fitness and sports activities.

Parents can enjoy America’s favorite pastime with their child. Young children will develop motor skills while having fun throwing, catching, batting and base running like the big kids. Parents and their little athletes will enjoy making new friends and working together to learn the basics of game play in this exciting class!

Program Adult & Tot Triple Play Sportsters Tiny Tot Olympics Tiny Tot Olympics Tiny Tot Olympics Adult & Tot Fit N’ Fun Adult & Tot Fit N’ Fun Adult & Tot Fit N’ Fun Adult & Tot T-Ball N’ Soccer Stars Adult & Tot T-Ball N’ Soccer Stars Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot Soccer Adult & Tot T-Ball Training Adult & Tot T-Ball Training Adult & Tot T-Ball Training

Age (w/adult) 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3

Day TU M M M TU TU W W W TH SA TH SA TH SA SA SA TU

Date Apr 17-May 22 Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26 Apr 16-May 21 Jan 9-Feb 13 Feb 20-Mar 27 Apr 18-May 23 Jan 10-Feb 14 Feb 21-Mar 28 Jan 11-Feb 15 Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 22-Mar 29 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 19-May 24 Apr 21-May 26 Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 17-May 22

Time 9:15-10:00 am 5:30-6:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm 9:15-10:00 am 9:15-10:00 am 5:30-6:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm 10:15-11:00 am 11:15-Noon 10:15-11:00 am 11:15-Noon 10:15-11:00 am 11:15-Noon 9:15-10:00 am 9:15-10:00 am 5:15-5:45 pm

Adult & Tot T-Ball Training

2-3

SA

Apr 21-May 26

9:15-10:00 am

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Location No Class BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC Mar 10 BRAC -BRAC -BRAC -BRAC Mar 10 Volunteer -Park South BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $45/$30

Code 28119A 18105A 18105B 28105A 18106A 18106B 28106A 18116A 18116B 18107A 18107B 18107C 18107D 28107A 28107B 18141A 18141B 28141A

$67/$45

28141B


EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS LITTLE DRIBBLERS LIL’ JAMMERS SKILLS & GAMES NEW!

Children work on dribbling, passing, shooting, and rebounding as well as learn about teamwork and sportsmanship. Participants are also introduced to the proper defensive stance and experience defensive drills as they learn the game of basketball. Games are played each week so that participants can apply the skills learned.

MINI KICKERS N’ T-BALLERS

Concentrate on the t-ball basics of catching, hitting, running the bases, and throwing and soccer fundamentals of dribbling, passing, goalie work, defense and shooting.

Learn the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting, and defense positioning. Boys and girls will learn teamwork and sportsmanship as they learn the game of basketball.

MINI SOCCER

Basic soccer skills such as running, kicking, passing, and game play will be covered

T-BALL TRAINING

Learn the basics of batting, base running, catching, throwing and the fundamentals of game play.

LIL’ OLYMPIANS

FIT N’ FUN FOR KIDS

Activities include: exercises, bean bag games, relay races, animal movements, throwing soft Frisbees, circle games, obstacle courses, tagging games, catching balls, parachute play, and balloon activities.

Boys and girls will develop self-confidence, learn about teamwork and sportsmanship, and gain a variety of skills as they participate in soccer, gymnastics, basketball, and track & field.

PEE WEE SPORTSTERS

This class exposes children to a variety of sports, including soccer, floor hockey, t-ball, basketball, and more. The emphasis is on the development of teamwork, sportsmanship, and movement.

SPORTING ENCOUNTERS

Experience a variety of sports in a fun and safe environment. Girls and boys will learn the basic skills of soccer, t-ball, basketball, floor hockey, kickball and more. Classes are designed to improve listening skills, the ability to follow directions, and enhance overall physical development – all while having fun. All equipment used during the class will be tailor made to ensure success with every participant.

SPRING INSTRUCTIONAL T-BALL

The focus of this program will be on helping your child to enhance batting, throwing, catching and base running skills. The first three weeks will be training sessions and the last three will be dedicated to games. Coaches will emphasize teamwork and sportsmanship. Our fun approach is a great way to expose boys and girls to America’s favorite pastime.

See next page for schedule.

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AGES 3 MONTHS-5 YEARS

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EARLY CHILDHOOD SPORTSKIDS PROGRAMS

See previous page for descriptions.

Program Lil’ Olympians Lil’ Olympians Lil’ Olympians

Age 3-5 3-5 3-5

Day TH TH TH

Date Jan 11-Feb 15 Feb 22-Mar 29 Apr 19-May 24

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

Location BRAC BRAC BRAC

No Class ----

Fee w/Res ID $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

Code 18423A 18423A 28423A

Fit N’ Fun for Kids Fit N’ Fun for Kids Fit N’ Fun for Kids

3-5 3-5 3-5

M M M

Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26 Apr 16-May 21

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC

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$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18401A 18401B 28401A

Mini Soccer Mini Soccer Mini Soccer Mini Soccer Mini Soccer Mini Soccer Mini Soccer

3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6

TU SA TU SA TU W SA

Jan 9-Feb 13 Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 20-Mar 27 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 17-May 22 Apr 18-May 23 Apr 21-May 26

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC

---Mar 10 ----

$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18104A 18104B 18104C 18104D 28104A 28104B 28104C

Lil’ Jammers Skills & Games Lil’ Jammers Skills & Games Lil’ Jammers Skills & Games

4-6 4-6 4-6

M M M

Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26 Apr 16-May 21

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC

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$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18120A 18120B 28120A

Mini Kickers N’ T-Ballers Mini Kickers N’ T-Ballers

4-6 4-6

M M

Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26

5:30-6:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm

BRAC BRAC

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$67/$45 $67/$45

18122A 18122B

Little Dribblers Little Dribblers Little Dribblers Little Dribblers Little Dribblers Little Dribblers

4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6

TH SA TH SA TU SA

Jan 11-Feb 15 Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 22-Mar 29 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 17-May 22 Apr 21-May 26

11:15 am – Noon 1:30-2:15 pm 11:15 am – Noon 1:30-2:15 pm 11:15 am – Noon 1:30-2:15 pm

BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC

---Mar 10 ---

$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18117A 18117B 18117C 18117D 28117A 28117B

T-Ball Training T-Ball Training T-Ball Training T-Ball Training T-Ball Training T-Ball Training

4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6

TU SA TU SA TH SA

Jan 9-Feb 13 Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 20-Mar 27 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 19-May 24 Apr 21-May 26

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC

---Mar 10 ---

$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18108A 18108B 18108C 18108D 28108A 28108B

Pee Wee Sportsters Pee Wee Sportsters Pee Wee Sportsters

4-6 4-6 4-6

W W W

Jan 10-Feb 14 Feb 21-Mar 28 Apr 18-May 23

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC

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$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18149A 18149B 28149A

Sporting Encounters Sporting Encounters Sporting Encounters Spring Instructional T-Ball

4-6 4-6 4-6 4-6

SA SA SA TU

Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 21-May 26 April 17-May 22

10:15-11:00 am 10:15-11:00 am 10:15-11:00 am 5:45-6:30 pm

BRAC BRAC BRAC Vol Park South

-Mar 10 ---

$67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45 $67/$45

18123A 18123B 28123A 28114A

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HOME SCHOOL HOME SCHOOL PE

Ages 4-17 years Participants will focus on the importance of creating lifelong fitness habits and good sportsmanship. This class focuses on fitness, active games, and sports. This is a great way for Homeschool students to meet other students from surrounding areas. We always accept new students each session, but for the benefit of the child, we ask that you continue the program throughout the school year. Students receive a $10 discount for every child after the first. Age 4-10 11-18 4-10 11-18

Time 12:30-1:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm 12:30-1:30 pm 1:30-2:30 pm

Date Jan 11-Mar 29 Jan 11-Mar 29 Apr 5-May 31 Apr 5-May 31

Fee $96 for 1st child/$86 for each additional child $96 for 1st child/$86 for each additional child $63 for 1st child/$53 for each additional child $63 for 1st child/$53 for each additional child

Fee w/Res ID $64 for 1st child/ $54 for each additional child $64 for 1st child/$54 for each additional child $42 for 1st child/ $32 for each additional child $42 for 1st child/$32 for each additional child

Code 12125A 12125B 22125A 22125B

Day: Thursday Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Instructor: Marilyn Bartels No Class: April 12 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

HOME SCHOOL OPEN GYM

Ages 3-6 years Looking for a fun activity to get your homeschooler out of the house to release some energy, have some fun and learn all at the same time? Come play in our state of the art gymnastics arena for open gym time. Instructors will set up age appropriate stations for your child to use and explore each week including numbers, letters, colors, patterns and so much more. Day: Tuesday Time: 2:30-3:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $5 Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen WINTER SESSION January 9-March 13 SPRING SESSION March 27-May 29

HOME SCHOOL SWIM

Ages 3-18 years Fulfill your physical education requirement, and network with other home schooling families at Pelican Harbor. The first Wednesday of the month during the traditional school year the indoor park opens both pools (note: slides will not be open) for families in the water. Contact Rob Bast at (630) 783-6635 to inquire about adding lessons for your group. Day: Wednesday Time: 1:00-3:00 pm Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Fee: $5/person POS: .0779 Dates: January 10, February 7, March 7, April 4, May 2

HOMESCHOOL

HOME SCHOOL ARTISTS

Ages 7-17 years Discover your talents! Experiment with different media! Have fun trying different artistic styles. There is no right or wrong in practicing your sketching skills! Learn to appreciate art as a form of expression. No artistic experience is required. No need to invest in expensive supplies - a sketching pad, pencils and creativity is all you need! Child must be age specified by the first day of class. Date Jan 22-Feb 12 Feb 26-Mar 19 Apr 23-May 14

Code 12325A 12325B 22328A

Deadline Jan 17 Feb 21 Apr 18

Day: Monday Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $74 w/Resident ID: $49 Instructor: Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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Youth

General Interest CERAMIC FUN FRIDAYS

Ages 7-14 years Learn the basics of ceramics including: cleaning, preparing and painting green-ware or continue what you have already learned. All supplies will be included and you will be able to take home 2-3 projects. Date Jan 26-Feb 16 Mar 2-23 Apr 20-May 11

Code 12327A 12327B 22327A

Deadline Jan 21 Feb 25 Apr 16

Day: Friday Time: 5:30-7:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $81 w/Resident ID: $54 Instructor: Maureen Cloud Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

NEXT GEN ARTISTS

Ages 7-15 years Discover your talents! Experiment with different media! Have fun trying different artistic styles. There is no right or wrong in practicing your sketching skills! Learn to appreciate art as a form of expression. No artistic experience is required. No need to invest in expensive supplies - a sketching pad, pencils and creativity is all you need! Child must be age specified by the first day of class. Date Jan 22-Feb 12 Feb 26-Mar 19 Apr 23-May 14

Code 12320A 12320B 22320A

Deadline Jan 17 Feb 21 Apr 18

Day: Monday Time: 5:00-6:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $74 w/Resident ID: $49 Instructor: Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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HOCUS POCUS

Ages 5-12 years Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind-reading, and more. While the tricks may appear difficult, you’ll discover that they are quick to learn and easy to perform. All materials are provided, and each child receives a magic kit to take home. Children are grouped by age and always learn age-appropriate tricks. Additionally, you can sign up for this class again and again since brand new tricks are always taught at each session! Day

Time

Date

Location

Code

Deadline

F TU

6:45-7:40 pm 5:00-5:55 pm

Feb 9 Apr 17

BRAC Ashbury’s

12319A 22319A

Feb 5 Apr 12

Fee: $30 w/Resident ID: $20 Instructor: The Magic Team of Gary Kantor Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

CHECKMATE CHESS

Ages 5-13 years No previous knowledge of chess is necessary. Each class will consist of a fun interactive teaching period and guided practice time. Both new and returning participants are welcome and will get to the next level under the guidance of an experienced Chess Scholars coach. There will also be a chess competition with prizes at the end of the session! Date Feb 5-Mar 12 Apr 16-May 21

Code 12310A 22310A

Deadline Jan 31 Apr 11

Day: Monday Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $133 w/Resident ID: $89 Instructor: Chess Scholars Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LET’S BUILD IT: CHAIN REACTIONS IN ACTION!

Ages 6-11 years In this STEAM program, students will be building Rube Goldberg “Mouse Trap” chain-reaction machines featuring levers, pulleys, and other simple machines. Engineering and physics concepts will be introduced and reinforced through hands-on, innovative lessons and creative play time. Problem solving skills and teamwork will be put to the test as the complexity of the projects increases from week to week. On the final class, there will a building competition! Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $180 12309A w/Resident ID: $120 Date: February 7-March 14 Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 1

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

LET’S BUILD IT: CRAZY CIRCUITS

Ages 6-11 years In this unit, students will design, build, and test various circuits and electronic projects. Instructors will guide students through core concepts of electrical engineering, introducing them to circuits and electrical components. Students will use hands-on projects and experiments to explore how electricity is part of our daily lives. Projects will include: a disc launcher, electronic games, musical instruments, alarms, and more, along with fun-filled class activities! Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $180 22315A w/Resident ID: $120 Date: April 18-May 23 Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: April 12

PIANO KARATE: MORE THAN JUST CHOPSTICKS

Ages 5-17 years We’ve got a new twist on the concept of belts and progress. Our “belts” reflect a student’s proven level of competency and the progression of colors reflects their musical journey. Each belt achieved is truly an accomplishment worthy of respect. Keyboard or piano is necessary for home practice. Keyboards are available to rent. The required lesson book must be purchased from the instructor at the first class for $15. Call The Music Suite at (630) 717-0562 for more information. Class instructs on keyboards. Age 5-9 5-9 10-17 10-17 5-9 5-9 10-17 10-17 5-9 5-9 10-17 10-17

Level II I I II II I I II II I I II

Time 5:30-6:00 pm 6:05-6:35 pm 6:40-7:10 pm 7:15-7:45 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 6:05-6:35 pm 6:10-7:10 pm 7:15-7:45 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 6:05-6:35 pm 6:40-7:10 pm 7:15-7:45 pm

Date Jan 15-Feb 19 Jan 15-Feb 19 Jan 15-Feb 19 Jan 15-Feb 19 Feb 26-Apr 9 Feb 26-Apr 9 Feb 26-Apr 9 Feb 26-Apr 9 Apr 16-May 21 Apr 16-May 21 Apr 16-May 21 Apr 16-May 21

Code 12303A 12303B 12303C 12303D 12303E 12303F 12303G 12303H 22303A 22303B 22303C 22303D

Deadline Jan 10 Jan 10 Jan 10 Jan 10 Feb 21 Feb 21 Feb 21 Feb 21 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 11

Day: Monday Fee: $148 w/Resident ID: $99 Instructor: The Music Suite Staff Key Contact: Christy Sorenson No Class: March 26

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KATHY’S DELICIOUS TREATS

Ages 6-14 years Students should wear comfortable cooking clothes as this is on hands on class. If students have long hair, please bring a hair clip or hair tie to each class. Please let us know if enrollee has any food allergies. Walk-in registration cannot be accommodated the day of class. Class Million Dollar Fudge Decorated Cakes Valentine’s Day Treats Bye Bye Winter Snowman Cookies St. Patrick’s Day Treats Springtime Easter Treats Cookie Pops No Bake Cheesecakes Mother’s Day Treat Memorial Day Appetizers

Date Jan 16 Jan 30 Feb 13 Feb 27 Mar 13 Mar 27 Apr 10 Apr 24 May 8 May 22

Code 12321A 12321B 12321C 12321D 12321E 12321F 22321A 22321B 22321C 22321D

Deadline Jan 11 Jan 25 Feb 8 Feb 22 Mar 8 Mar 22 Apr 5 Apr 19 May 3 May 17

Day: Tuesday Time: 5:00-6:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $23 per class w/Resident ID: $16 per class Instructor: Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

EARLY DISMISSAL ART CLASSES NEW!

GUITAR KARATE - STRIKE A CHORD

Ages 5-17 years We’ve got a new twist on the concept of belts and progress. Our “belts” reflect a student’s proven level of competency and the progression of colors reflects their musical journey. Each belt achieved is truly an accomplishment worthy of respect. Bring your own guitarrentals are available by calling (630) 717-0562. The required lesson book with play along CD must be purchased from the instructor at the first class for $15. Age 5-9 5-9 10-17 10-17 5-9 5-9 10-17 10-17 5-9 5-9 10-17 10-17

Level II I I II II I I II II I I II

Time 5:30-6:00 pm 6:05-6:35 pm 6:40-7:10 pm 7:15-7:45 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 6:05-6:35 pm 6:40-7:10 pm 7:15-7:45 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 6:05-6:35 pm 6:40-7:10 pm 7:15-7:45 pm

Date Jan 15-Feb 19 Jan 15-Feb 19 Jan 15-Feb 19 Jan 15-Feb 19 Feb 26-Apr 9 Feb 26-Apr 9 Feb 26-Apr 9 Feb 26-Apr 9 Apr 16-May 21 Apr 16-May 21 Apr 16-May 21 Apr 16-May 21

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Code 12333A 12333B 12333C 12333D 12333E 12333F 12333G 12333H 22333A 22333B 22333C 22333D

Deadline Jan 10 Jan 10 Jan 10 Jan 10 Feb 21 Feb 21 Feb 21 Feb 21 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 11

Ages 12-16 years Join us for some afternoon fun creating ceramic and canvas pieces. You will have input into the piece or design in each class so you can make it your own! You will be working with acrylics, so please bring an apron or wear some older clothes. Your piece will be finished by the end of the class and you will be able to take it home. All supplies are included in the fee. Class Ceramic Emoji Canvas Print Ceramic Flower Pot Watercolors

Date Feb 28 Mar 28 Apr 25 May 16

Code 12343A 12343B 22343A 22343B

Day: Wednesday Time: 2:30-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $24 w/Resident ID: $16 Instructors: Kim Joslin Hahn or Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Deadline Feb 25 Mar 25 Apr 22 May 13


STEM LEARN TO PROGRAM

Ages 8-14 years Prepare your kids for the future! In this exciting class, children learn programming essentials with software developed by MIT (Scratch) and other recognized teaching solutions. It allows children to program their own interactive stories, game and animation. 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. Date Jan 18-Feb 8 Mar 29-Apr 26

Code 12331A 22331A

Deadline Jan 14 Mar 25

Day: Thursday Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $84 w/Resident ID: $56 Instructor: Chasewood Learning No Class: April 12 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LEGO ENGINEERING ACADEMY

Ages 7-14 years LEGO engineers in this class 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 teachers-led instruction followed by hands-on learning experiences. Students gain skills and confidence through creating, exploring and problem-solving. Date Feb 22-Mar 15 May 3-24

Code 12329A 22304A

Deadline Feb 18 Apr 29

Day: Thursday Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $84 w/Resident ID: $56 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LEGO ROBOTICS ACADEMY

Ages 7-14 years The LEGO Robotics Academy is a comprehensive program where children design, build, program and learn about robotics. Using a solid educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), this class is led by Chasewood Learning’s teacher-led instruction followed by fun, engaging and dynamic activities. This class also provides children the skills needed to compete in Robotics Competitions. Date Jan 18-Feb 8 Feb 22-Mar 15 Mar 29-Apr 26 May 3-24

Code 12328A 12328B 22330A 22330B

Deadline Jan 14 Feb 18 Mar 25 Apr 29

Day: Thursday Time: 6:40-7:40 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $84 w/Resident ID: $56 Instructor: Chasewood Learning No Class: April 12 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

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WACKY WINTER WONDERLAND SCIENCE NEW

Ages 5-10 years Let’s play with winter! Investigate the science of winter like: making fluffy snow, exploring pine cone science, learning the anatomy and care of rabbits, along with the mystery of how icicles grow so long! Then have a marvelous adventure learning the science behind hot cocoa. Also what does winter taste, smell, and feel like? Get your senses ready for a one-of-a-kind treat! Lastly, explore the physics of a festive winter carnival with a Funhouse lesson! Winter truly is an avalanche of wild and wacky science fun! Souvenir included. Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $58 12351A w/Resident ID: $39 Date: February 11 Instructor: The Team of Lisa Lombardi Coaching Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 6

GOT SELF-ESTEEM & LEADERSHIP

Ages 7-12 years Through an incredibility fun workshop, kids will have the chance to cultivate self-worth and won’t even realize they are working on self-esteem. Interactive self-esteem and leadership booster games like Lollipop Marathon, Radio Broadcast, Billboard This, 10 Seconds, King’s Throne and more. Don’t be surprised if there is a bit more “pep in their step” after this workshop. Self-esteem is always a work in progress, but this will be a kick-off. Day: Sunday Time: 2:45-4:15 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $55 12352A w/Resident ID: $37 Date: February 11 Instructor: The Team of Lisa Lombardi Coaching Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 6

ST. PATRICK’S DAY SLIMEOLOGY LAB NEW

Ages 5-11 years Have the slime of your life with St. Patrick’s Day themed slime! Kids will make goo and then customize it at the concoction center to please their senses. Get crazy and gear up with goggles, test tubes, and more for this extremely messy experience. Play with 15 different kinds of slime and Splat Balls too! We will eat a slimed theme snack. All kids go home with a test tube of slime as a souvenir! Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $33 12353A w/Resident ID: $22 Date: March 11 Instructor: The Team of Lisa Lombardi Coaching Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 6

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THE SCIENCE & HISTORY OF LOVELY LEPRECHAUNS NEW

Ages 5-10 years Science and History explain the world around us and this time we are investigating lovely leprechauns! We will come face to face with a mischievous elf as we capture him in green goo. Get crazy as we use science to power our leprechauns to do an Irish Jig. Explore eyepopping surprises as we break open his crock of gorgeous gold while learning about gravity. Master the magical history of holiday treats as we check out Lucky Charms cereal and the beloved chocolate gold coin. Explore the physics of a spring carnival as we watch put our leprechaun on the bumper cars and learn The Laws of Motion. Lastly, outsmart any leprechaun or friend this spring with the top 5 sly spring pranks! Souvenir included. Day: Sunday Time: 2:15-3:45 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $55 12354A w/Resident ID: $37 Date: March 11 Instructor: The Team of Lisa Lombardi Coaching Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 6

GLITZY GIRLZ: WINTER BLUES GLAM SPA NEW

Ages 5-11 years Beat the Winter “Blues” at our Glam Spa Retreat. Class is centered around the color blue. Included is a make-over with hairpiece, sparkle and light make-up application. Each girl will design a crystal bracelet with winter snowflake charm. Staff will lead and teach a moisturizing manicure and pedicure section and do nails in all shades of blue and glitter sparkle. Sign up with friends! Day: Friday Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $44 12355A w/Resident ID: $31 Date: February 16 Instructor: Glitzy Girlz Staff Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 12

GLITZY GIRLZ: FLOWER ME PRETTY NEW

Ages 4-10 years This Spring get adorned in flowers, each girl will give a make-over with flower hair clip, sparkle, light make-up and colorful nails with flower nail decals. Each girl will decorate a flower craft with personalization, paints and flower embellishments. A second activity will be designing a crystal bracelet with flower charm. Class will end with a fashion end and parents can come to watch and take photos after class. Sign up with friends! Day: Friday Time: 6:00-7:15 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $43 12355B w/Resident ID: $29 Date: March 23 Instructor: Glitzy Girlz Staff Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 19


THE GREAT FOOD DETECTIVE

Ages 6-12 years This food journey will teach kids about building a healthy plate with foods from each of the food groups. Each week will focus on a different portion of the plate. Activities will include how food gets from the farm to the plate, what foods are offered at the school cafeteria, what is a food label, what snacks are healthy, how salad is prepared and how to plant a one pot seedling and take it home to watch it grow. These lessons will support efforts at home to help kids develop healthy eating habits. Class Dairy Protein Fruits Vegetables & Planting Grains, Food Labels & Healthy Snacking

Date Feb 28 Mar 7 Mar 14 Mar 21 Mar 28

Code 12307A 12307B 12307C 12307D 12307E

Deadline Feb 25 Mar 4 Mar 11 Mar 18 Mar 25

Day: Wednesday Time: 5:30-6:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $21 per class w/Resident ID: $11 per class Instructor: Annmarie Vlastnik

LUNCHBOX

Ages 5-7 years (Entering Kindergarten-Second Grade) Lunchbox Club is a class that allows children to grow in the areas of math, science, reading, and writing through cooking, science experiments, and art creations. Each session includes going on field trips in which the parents are responsible for providing transportation. Each day ends with children eating lunch with their friends. Children should bring their lunch labeled with their name.

Dates June 12-21 July 10-19 July 31-Aug 9

GLITZY GIRLZ: MOTHER/DAUGHTER: BESTIES BLING BOUTIQUE NEW

Ages 3-11 years Come out for a night with your first little besties, your daughters! Our class will be all about bling and beads. Each couple will design a beaded ensemble of two crystals bracelets with a great selection of colorful beads and a charm dangle to accent the pieces. They will also decorate a trinket box to store the new treasures complete with personalization, paints and embellishments. A special night together remembered in BLING! Day: Friday Time: 6:30-7:45 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $52 22335A w/Resident ID: $35 Date: May 11 Instructor: Glitzy Girlz Staff Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: May 7

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

Code 32105A 32105B 32105C

Days: TU, W, TH Time: 9:15 am-1:15 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $165 w/Resident ID: $192 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

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ATHLETICS

TAE KWON DO

MODERN ARNIS FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS

Level

Time

Beg (White-Blue) Int/Adv (Brown-Deputy 3) Beg (White-Blue) Int/Adv (Brown-Deputy 3)

9:30-10:30 am

Age 6-16 17 & up 6-16 17 & up

Ages 6 years & up Tae Kwon Do teaches self-defense as well as improving each student’s self-confidence, discipline, coordination, physical and mental capabilities. Through Tae Kwon Do students learn to become a leader not a follower, developing the “Yes, I can” attitude when facing daily challenges at home, school or work. A promotion test will be offered at the end of each session for those students who are ready to promote to the next belt rank. Uniform is required for an additional charge, plus handbook. Please see instructor for cost and payment. Fee Date Code w/Res ID $111/$74 Jan 13-Mar 17 18445A

10:45-11:45 am $111/$74 Jan 13-Mar 17 18445B 9:30-10:30 am

$90/$60

Mar 31-May 19 28445A

10:45-11:45 am $90/$60

Mar 31-May 19 28445B

Ages 6 years & up Modern Arnis is a weapon based Filipino martial art style founded by Grandmaster Remy Presas. Modern Arnis emphasizes the use of sticks, knives and empty hand techniques. It also incorporates other martial arts such as Small-Circle Jujitsu to create a unique self-defense system based on body mechanics, fluidity, and functionality. Filipino Martial Arts are showcased in Hollywood in TV shows such as Arrow and in Movies such as The Borne Identity. Time 6:00-7:00 pm 7:00-9:00 pm 6:00-7:00 pm 7:00-9:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $111/$74 $216/$144 $90/$60 $174/$116

Date Jan 9-Mar 13 Jan 9-Mar 13 Apr 3-May 22 Apr 3-May 22

Code 18448A 18448B 28448A 28448B

Day: Tuesday Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Instructor: Guro Jeff Derong under the guidance and direction of Dr. Remy Presas Jr, the eldest son of the late Grandmaster Remy Presas Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Day: Saturday Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Instructor: Grand Master Chung Kim, Master Jo Chan, Master Howard Greenberg Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

SHOTOKAN PRE-KARATE

Ages 4-7 years Illinois Shotokan Karate Club is Chicagoland’s premier karate school taught under the instruction of John DiPasquale. Young children develop confidence, strength, and coordination skills through fun and creative classes. This program is specifically designed for growing minds and bodies to enhance memory and agility. Watch your child’s confidence blossom while learning karate and having a blast at the same time! Uniforms, equipment and belt testing are optional for an additional fee through the class instructor. Level Beginner/Continuer Int/Adv Beginner(No exp) Cont/Adv Beginner/Continuer Int/Adv Beginner(No exp) Cont/Adv

Day TU TU SA SA TU TU SA SA

Time 4:00-4:45 pm 4:50-5:35 pm 9:30-10:15 am 10:15-11:00 am 4:00-4:45 pm 4:50-5:35 pm 9:30-10:15 am 10:15-11:00 am

Fee w/Res ID $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85

Date Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2

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Code 18440A 18440B 18440C 18440D 28440A 28440B 28440C 28440D


YOUTH KARATE

Ages 8-14 years ISKC’s Youth karate classes will put children in touch with their bodies and offers a good mix of strength training. Children increase their coordination, agility and poise, as well as learn lasting personal safety skills. Classes help increase self-esteem, in addition to enhancing discipline and control. Uniforms, equipment and belt testing are optional for an additional fee through the class instructor. Please note that the Youth, Parent/Child and Adult classes may train together. Level Beginner/Continuer (White-Red) Novice (Orange-Green) Int/Adv (Purple & Up) Beginner (White) Continuer (Red-Orange) Nov/Int (Yellow-Green) Adv (Low Purple-3rd Brown) Adv (2nd Brown-Black) Beginner/Continuer (White-Red) Novice (Orange-Green) Int/Adv (Purple & Up) Beginner (White) Continuer (Red-Orange) Nov/Int (Yellow-Green) Adv (Low Purple-3rd Brown) Adv (2nd Brown-Black)

Day TU TU TU SA SA SA SA SA TU TU TU SA SA SA SA SA

Time 5:40-6:35 pm 6:40-7:35 pm 7:40-8:35 pm 11:00 am-Noon Noon-1:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 3:00-4:00 pm 5:40-6:35 pm 6:40-7:35 pm 7:40-8:35 pm 11:00 am-Noon Noon-1:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 3:00-4:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85

Date Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2

Code 18441A 18441B 18441C 18441D 18441E 18441F 18441G 18441H 28441A 28441B 28441C 28441D 28441E 28441F 28441G 28441H

Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

PARENT & CHILD KARATE

Ages 7 years & up Illinois Shotokan Karate classes are a great way to spend quality time with your child, while conditioning muscles, developing coordination and improving cardiovascular fitness. Uniforms, equipment and belt testing are optional for an additional fee through the class instructor. Please note that the Youth, Parent/Child and Adult classes may train together. Fees are per person. Level Beginner/Continuer(White-Red) Novice(Orange-Green) Int/Adv(Purple & Up) Beginner(White) Continuer(Red-Orange) Nov/Int(Yellow-Green) Adv(Low Purple-3rd Brown) Adv(2nd Brown-Black) Beginner/Continuer(White-Red) Novice(Orange-Green) Int/Adv(Purple & Up) Beginner(White) Continue(Red-Orange) Nov/Int(Yellow-Green) Adv(Low Purple-3rd Brown) Adv(2nd Brown-Black)

Day TU TU TU SA SA SA SA SA TU TU TU SA SA SA SA SA

Time 5:40-6:35 pm 6:40-7:35 pm 7:40-8:35 pm 11:00 am-Noon Noon-1:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 3:00-4:00 pm 5:40-6:35 pm 6:40-7:35 pm 7:40-8:35 pm 11:00 am-Noon Noon-1:00 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 3:00-4:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $189/$126 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85 $128/$85

Date Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Jan 13-Mar 31 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 10-May 29 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2 Apr 14-Jun 2

Code 18443A 18443B 18443C 18443D 18443E 18443F 18443G 18443H 28443A 28443B 28443C 28443D 28443E 28443F 28443G 28443H

Location: Annerino Community Center Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

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QUICK START TENNIS

Ages 5-7 years No previous knowledge of tennis is necessary. Classes will consist of teaching fundamentals of tennis and then playing fun games and modified games using the fundamental principles of tennis that were taught. New and retuning students are welcome. Our focus is to take each individual student’s skills to the next level under the guidance of an experienced coach. Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:00 am Location: Central Park - Tennis Courts Fee: $157 28437A w/Resident ID: $105 Date: April 7-June 2 Instructor: Thunder & Lightning Sports Academy Key Contact: Christy Sorenson No Class: April 14 Registration Deadline: April 4

BEGINNER & YOUTH TENNIS

Ages 8-16 years No previous knowledge of tennis is necessary. Classes will consist of teaching fundamentals of tennis and then playing fun games and modified games using the fundamental principles of tennis that were taught. Then we will move into scorekeeping with individual tournament matches and doubles tournament matches. New and retuning students are welcome. Our focus is to take each individual student’s skills to the next level under the guidance of an experienced coach. Ages 8-11 12-16

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

Code 28437B 28437C

Day: Saturday Location: Central Park - Tennis Courts Fee: $157 w/Resident ID: $105 Date: April 7-June 2 Instructor: Thunder & Lightning Sports Academy Key Contact: Christy Sorenson No class: April 14 Registration Deadline: April 4

KIDS X-TREME SPORTS CONDITIONING

Ages 11-15 years This program is geared toward active athletes interested in improving strength, power, speed, agility, and quickness. Certified personal trainers will work with participants to meet the demands of their sport. Participants will use unconventional performance & strength tools including dragging sleds, sandbags, tractor tires, agility ladders, hurdles, cones, plyometric equipment, and more. Athletes will emerge from this program stronger, faster, and more confident. Teams will develop greater camaraderie & cohesion ready to defeat the competition. Get ready for the most fun and effective workout you will ever experience! Date Jan 10-Feb 7 Jan 10-Feb 7 Feb 14-Mar 28 Feb 14-Mar 28 Apr 4-May 30 Apr 4-May 30

Fee $50 $60 $70 $84 $90 $108

Code 14052A (Member) 14052B (Non-member) 14052C (Member) 14052D (Non-member) 24057A (Member) 24057B (Non-member)

Day: Wednesday Time: 4:00-5:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki 72

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SportsKids Inc. has been teaching youth sports classes at various park districts in the Chicagoland area. Our goal is to provide a safe and fun learning environment for the children involved in our classes, clinics, camps, and leagues. SportsKids’ coaches are dedicated to helping children develop a confident and positive attitude about sports. The children in our programs have the opportunity to develop their skills in athletics through an environment that stresses self- confidence, teamwork and sportsmanship but, most important, rewards effort rather than the final score of a game.

SOCCER SKILLS & GAMES CLINIC NEW

Dazzle with your footwork! Learn soccer tactics such as dribbling techniques, attack and defense moves, stealing the ball from the opposing team, passing the ball, shooting strategies and ball control. Kids will sharpen their skills through drills and games, while building teamwork and confidence.

YOUTH DODGEBALL

Enjoy the running, throwing, dipping, ducking, and dodging that are part of this popular age-old schoolyard game. Children will learn the rules of dodgeball as well as strategies and techniques needed to play at a fast pace.

YOUTH BASKETBALL SKILLS

Come join us for a fun and instructional bas-

FUN WITH FLOOR HOCKEY & ketball experience. This program will help boys and girls to improve their basketball FLAG FOOTBALL NEW Young Blackhawks and Bears fans will have a blast learning the flag football skills of throwing, catching, defensive footwork and running basic plays as well as the floor hockey techniques of stick handling, passing, goal tending and scoring in this fun class that emphasizes teamwork and good sportsmanship. Controlled scrimmage games will be played once the basic skills have been taught.

SPRING 3-ON-3 RECREATIONAL SOCCER NEW

Get your players more chances to score and extra touches to develop soccer skills, such as agility and coordination, ball mastery, accurate and quick passing, and receiving. Time is spent during each class on drills and games. Youngsters are assigned to different teams each week, and coaches referee games in a teaching style. Games are played in a respectful, positive and safe environment with an emphasis on equal participation.

JUNIOR LACROSSE CLINIC NEW

Looking for a sport that combines basketball, soccer and hockey? Youngsters learn lacrosse techniques including cradling, passing, shooting, and goalie skills in a noncontact setting. Offensive and defensive techniques and positioning will be covered through drills and games.

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

skills, such as dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding. Participants also will learn the proper defensive stance, practice zone defense, and experience man-to-man defense through challenging drills and structured games. Youngsters will have the opportunity to enhance their individual skills as well as become effective team players.

YOUTH VOLLEYBALL SKILLS

This program is a must for players of all skill levels trying to improve on the fundamentals or learn the game for the first time. We will assist players with their skills and knowledge of passing, serving, defense, setting, blocking and hitting. Players will also work on technique, set location, play sets, footwork and overall knowledge of the game. They will learn offensive and defensive systems through team drills and game play.

YOUTH TRACK, FIELD & FITNESS

Participants will learn the fundamentals of improving flexibility, proper stretching, body positioning, developing core-strength, improving balance, cool-down techniques and other fitness concepts as they relate to the jumping, running and throwing skills involved in the sport of track and field. Boys and girls will participate in fitness games as well as sprints, relays, hurdles, long jump, discus throw and other track and field events. Youngsters will participate in a fun-filled track and field meet on the last day.

YOUTH ARCHERY

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 a nationally recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10 ring progression which was created by the Coaches Development Committee of the National Archery Association. Both technique and games will be a part of this class. Blunt tipped arrows, bows, and targets are provided.

FAMILY ARCHERY

Bring the entire family each week for 45 minutes of archery fun! You and your family members will meet new friends while learning the parts of an arrow and recurve bow, the basics of using a recurve bow, a nationally recognized beginner’s 9-step to the 10 ring progression method, and fundamental shooting skills from an experienced instructor. Bows, arrows, and targets are furnished. Family is considered one adult and one child per registration.

HITTING & PITCHER/CATCHER TECHNIQUES

Swing analysis, live pitching and other techniques are a part of this program. Boys learn the rocker step for pitching as well as various age appropriate grips. Girls learn the windmill form of pitching and different grips. Catchers are taught how to help get strike calls for their team. Different techniques to throw out base runners are also included. Bring a mitt, bat and labeled water.

FLOOR HOCKEY SKILLS & GAMES

Calling all Chicago Blackhawks fans that would like to play hockey but want to stay out of the cold! Check out this popular indoor game. Enjoy the fast-pace of real hockey, but on a solid surface. We will learn the fundamentals and mechanics of floor hockey. Program will include: stick handling, passing, shooting as well as team drills. A variety of games will be played in every class! Continued on next page. w w w . b o lbi on lgi nbgr boroo ko pk pa ar rkkss. .oo rr g

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BASKETBALL SHOOTING

Boys and girls learn jump shots, shots off the glass, lay-ups, shooting from a pass and shooting off the dribble. Shooting games are also a part of class.

SPRING 3-ON-3 RECREATIONAL BASKETBALL

Boys and girls will develop their dribbling, shooting, passing, rebounding and defensive skills through short skills sessions each Monday. The remaining time will involve game play that enables them to apply these skills. Youngsters will be assigned to different teams each week, and SportsKids Inc. coaches will referee games in a teaching style. Games will be played in a respectful, positive and safe environment with an emphasis on equal participation.

PITCH & PUTT GOLF

This class is a fun way for children to learn the lifelong game of golf. Boys and girls will receive golf swing instruction for all aspects of the game including full swing, pitching, chipping and putting. Creative games played in a non-competitive and safe environment make this a super-fun class for young golfers. Equipment will be provided.

Program

Age

Day

Date

Time

Location

No Class ---

Soccer Skills & Games Clinic Soccer Skills & Games Clinic

6-10 6-10

W W

Jan 10-Feb 14 Feb 21-Mar 28

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

BRAC BRAC

Fun w/Floor Hockey & Flag Football Fun w/Floor Hockey & Flag Football

6-8 6-8

SA SA

Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Apr 7

10:15-11:00 am BRAC 10:15-11:00 am BRAC

Spring 3-on-3 Recreational Soccer

7-12

TU

April 17-May 22

6:45-7:45 pm

Junior Lacrosse Clinic

6-8

SA

April 21-May 26

10:15-11:00 am BRAC

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Youth Dodgeball Youth Dodgeball Youth Dodgeball

6-10 6-10 6-10

SA SA SA

Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 21-May 26

11:15 am-Noon 11:15 am-Noon 11:15 am-Noon

Youth Basketball Skills Youth Basketball Skills

7-10 7-10

M M

Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26

Youth Volleyball Skills Youth Volleyball Skills Youth Volleyball Skills

7-13 7-13 7-13

SA SA SA

Youth Track, Field & Fitness

7-12

Youth Archrey

Fee w/Res ID Code $67/$45 $67/$45

18121A 18121B

-$67/$45 Mar 10 $67/$45

18151A 18151B

$80/$53

28406A

$67/$45

28100A

BRAC BRAC BRAC

-$67/$45 Mar 10 $67/$45 -$67/$45

18425A 18425B 28425A

6:30-7:15 pm 6:30-7:15 pm

BRAC BRAC

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$67/$45 $67/$45

18404A 18404B

Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Apr 7 Apr 21-May 26

1:30-2:15 pm 1:30-2:15 pm 1:30-2:15 pm

BRAC BRAC BRAC

-$67/$45 Mar 10 $67/$45 -$67/$45

18427A 18427B 28427A

TU

Apr 17-May 22

4:30-5:15 pm

Vol Park South --

$67/$45

28101A

7-12

TU

Apr 17-May 22

5:30-6:15 pm

Vol Park South --

$67/$45

28102A

Family Archery

6 & up

TU

Apr 17-May 22

6:15-7:00 pm

Vol Park South --

$102/$68

28103A

Hitting& Pitcher/Catcher Techniques Hitting& Pitcher/Catcher Techniques

7-10 7-10

W W

Jan 10-Feb 14 Feb 21-Mar 28

5:30-6:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm

BRAC BRAC

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$67/$45 $67/$45

18422A 18422B

Floor Hockey Skills & Games Floor Hockey Skills & Games Floor Hockey Skills & Games

6-10 6-10 6-10

M M M

Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26 Apr 16-May 21

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC

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Basketball Shooting Basketball Shooting Basketball Shooting

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Spring 3-on-3 Recreational Basketball 7-9 Spring 3-on-3 Recreational Basketball 10-13

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CLIMBING WALL CLIMBING WALL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

The Bolingbrook Park District Climbing Wall has ability for our constituents to obtain certification in climbing the wall. Certification allows access to the climbing wall at the Annerino Community Center during normal business hours around programming and scheduled rentals. Certifications are active for one calendar year from date of certification. Certification allows individual certify to manually belay a partner at any time (during normal building hours around programs and private rentals and/or parties) for the daily rate. If both individuals are manual belay certified - climbing is FREE! No appointments are needed! For more information, please contact (630) 783-6509.

MANUAL BELAY CERTIFICATIONS

Ages 12 years & older Obtaining a manual belay certification allows you to access the wall year around for FREE. Manual belay allows users to manually belay a partner up and down the wall holding the rope on the ground while the climber climbs for the daily rate. Please contact (630) 7836509 to schedule a certification testing date. Cost: $50 to be certified

CLIMBING WALL FITNESS FACTS!

Did you ever think that Climbing would have such a positive impact on your health? Climbing is a wholesome activity that relies on sufficient strength in almost every muscle in your body! Climbing walls will help build core strength along with hands, biceps, triceps, shoulders and back! Below are some benefits to climbing walls. • Rock Climbing offers a novel problem solving challenge to incorporate neuromotor exercises to improve balance coordination and agility • Climbing increases your ability to recover from exercising due to blood lactate levels increasing. • Climbing increases your VO2 (oxygen intake) which gives you better endurance for your workouts! • Climbing allows significant improvements in body composition, joint flexibility and muscular strength to improve your life! • Calorie expenditure is similar to cycling, walking, swimming and tennis. According to the Calorie Control Council’s CaloriesCount Get Moving Calculator, a 150-pound person uses 250 calories in 20 minutes of rock climbing, which is nearly triple of what the same person would burn by walking briskly for the same amount of time!

OPEN ROCK CLIMB

Climb as long as you want during the below scheduled dates and times. No experience is necessary. Staff will be on hand to assist with your climbing experience. All equipment rentals are included in the daily fee. Please call ahead to confirm times and dates. Times are subject to change. Ages 6 years and older. Day Thursday Saturday

Fee: w/Resident ID:

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

Time 5:00-7:00 pm 1:00-3:00 pm

Date January 4-May 31 January 6-May 26

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CLIMBING WALL CLASSES LITTLE GECKOS

Ages 6-11 years This class focuses on the fundamentals of wall climbing. Your young wall climber will learn basic climbing commands, wall rules and will play bouldering games. Kids will build confidence and increase selfesteem in this new class. Join in on the fun! Day TU TU SA SA TU SA

Time 4:30-5:20 pm 4:30-5:20 pm 11:00-11:50 am 11:00-11:50 am 4:30-5:30 pm 11:00-11:50 am

Date Jan 9-Feb 13 Feb 20-Mar 27 Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Mar 31 Apr 17-May 22 Apr 14-May 19

Code 14600A 14600B 14600C 14600D 24600A 24600B

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $30 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

STRENGTH ON THE ROCKS

Ages 16 years & up Add variety and fun to your workout while using the climbing wall to improve total body fitness. During this class, you will incorporate horizontal low traversing just a few feet from the ground with vertical rock climbing exercises and games that center on focus, flexibility, balance, endurance and power. Class size is very limited to give each participant a true workout experience. While not climbing, participants will be performing fitness workouts while waiting! Day SA SA SA

Time 9:00-9:50 am 9:00-9:50 am 9:00-9:50 am

Date Jan13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Mar 31 Apr 14-May 19

Code 14600E 14600F 24600C

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $90 w/Resident ID: $60 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

PARENT-TOT MONKEY CLIMBERS

Ages 6 years & older (with parent) Spend some “high”-quality time with your little (or not-so-little) climber! Parents will be belay-certified at the conclusion of the class for a true one-on-one experience with your child. We ask that there please be one parent per child. (fee is listed per pair, not individual) At the conclusion of the session, all parents receive a ‘Manual Belay Certification’ ($50 value) to complete your parent-child experience! Register now – spots are limited! Date Jan 13-Feb 17 Feb 24-Mar 31 Apr 14-May 19

Code 14600G 14600H 24600D

Day: Saturday Time: 10:00-10:50 am Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $60 per pair w/Resident ID: $40 per pair Key Contact: Chris Corbett

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TEEN CLIMBING 101

Ages 12-15 years This class teaches basic knowledge of rock climbing techniques such as three points of contact, footwork and balance. Class also introduces bouldering. Knowledge of basic knots, gear and commands will also be reviewed in this class. This is a great way to learn the basics of becoming an avid climber! Date Jan 15-Jan 31 Feb 12-Feb 28 Mar 12-Mar 28 Apr 16-May 2

Codes 14600J 14600K 14600L 24600E

Day: Monday & Wednesday Time: 5:30-6:20 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $30 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

CLIMBING WALL RENTALS

Looking for a team building idea for your company or group? The Bolingbrook Park District has the perfect answer for you! The indoor rock climbing wall is a great opportunity for your organization to improve communication, team building all while creating a fun and enjoyable experience. Group discounts are available for groups of all sizes. This is a great opportunity for scout groups to obtain merit badges!

PRIVATE CLIMBING WALL LESSONS

Get that one-on-one attention, master a new skill, learn new techniques from our certified staff. Equipment rental is included. For more information, please contact (630) 783-6509. 30 minute lesson        

$15/person for private $10/person for semi-private (multiple)

60 minute lesson      

$25/person for private $15/person for semi-private (multiple)


BOLINGBROOK PARK DISTRICT

CAMPS

Camps for ALL AGES and INTERESTS!

GET OUT AND EXPERIENCE THE FUN! • Expand your knowledge of robotics, engineering, coding & more • Your preschooler can continue learning in a fun atmosphere • Swim at Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park • Refine your skills in your favorite sport • Explore nature at Hidden Oaks • Flip and leap at gymnastics

WINTER BREAK CAMPS CAMP ALOTTA FUN - WINTER CAMP

Ages 6-14 years Are you looking for something for the kids to do over winter break? Camp Alotta Fun will provide campers with opportunity to participate in a wide variety of fun and exciting activities, just indoors. Campers will participate in arts and crafts, games, sports, music and swimming every day at Pelican Harbor Indoor Pool. Campers will be placed in groups each session with others as close in age as possible. Campers need to bring a sack lunch, drink, swim suit and towel each day. Daily registration is required. Campers must be 1st-8th grade. Sign-up early, space is limited to the first 100 registered. WINTER CAMP SUNSET Working or busy parents, help is available. This after camp has an assortment of activities for your child. Different activities will structured depending on the number of participants and energy level. Parents can register for the Sunset session (4:00-6:00 pm). Participants must be enrolled in the winter camp program to participate in the extended camp program.

Camp Day Camp Sunset Camp Day Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Time 8:00 am-4:00 pm 4:00-6:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $37/$25 $8/$5

Date December 26 December 27 December 28 December 29 January 2 January 3 January 4 January 5

Code 52340 52342

Code Code A Code B Code C Code D Code E Code F Code G Code H

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

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YOUTH WINTER BLAST CAMP

Ages 6-12 years Enjoy free afternoons while your kids burn off extra energy and have a great time in gymnastics camp. They’ll beat cabin fever and you’ll have a more relaxing winter break! Gymnastics instruction on all four events, games and a healthy snack will be included on each of the three days of camp. Day: Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Time: 2:00-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Code: 42259B Fee: $90 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: December 27-29 Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

PRESCHOOL WINTER BLAST CAMP

Ages 4-6 years Enjoy watching your child in the comfort of our lobby area, spend energy in a safe and fun environment. Gymnastics instructions, games, healthy snacks and goody bags are all a part of what makes this camp so exciting! Day: Thursday & Friday Time: Noon-2:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $60 42259A w/Resident ID: $40 Date: December 28-29 Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Maureen Franzen

LITTLE NATURALIST WINTER CAMP

Ages 3-5 years Explore the wonders of nature in the winter! Little Naturalists is perfect for campers who are curious about animals, their habitats, the environment, and exploring nature. Campers are required to bring a snack and dress for the weather. Date Dec 26-28 Jan 2-4

Code 43482A 43482B

Day: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Time: 9:30-11:30 am Fee: $45 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

PRESCHOOL HOLIDAY CAMP

Ages 3-5 years Tis’ the season for friends and fun. Our camp engages preschoolaged children in enjoyable learning activities that feature a focus on math, science, and art of the season. Sign up for one, two, or three days. Snack will be provided by the park district. Children must be toilet trained to attend this program. Day M TU W

Date Dec 18 Dec 19 Dec 20

Code 42126D 42126E 42126F

Time: 9:30 am-12:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $30 w/Resident ID: $20 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

NATURE WINTER CAMP

LEGO ROBOTICS/STEM WINTER BREAK CAMP

Date December 26 December 27 December 28 December 29 January 2 January 3 January 4 January 5

Date Dec 27-29 Jan 3-5

Ages 6-12 years Hike, sled and snowshoe across a wintery landscape! Spend time in the Hidden Oaks Conservation Area searching for signs of active winter wildlife. Join us for one or ALL of Hidden Oaks Nature Center’s Winter Camp fit to fill your winter with nature FUN! Code 43421A 43421B 43421C 43421D 43421E 43421F 43421G 43421H

Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Fee: $50 w/Resident ID: $35 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

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Ages 7-14 years Robotics, Engineering, and coding all in one! This medley of activities offers Chasewood Learning’s STEM classes all in one week! During the day students will learn a new STEM discipline including creating interactive stories, games and animations, building and programming robots and building engineering models. Returning students will continue in their education in each of these unique fields of learning. Children should bring a lunch. Code 42360A 42360B

Day: Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Time: 9:00 am-2:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $315 w/Resident ID: $210 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Deadline Dec 20 Dec 20


WINTER BREAK ATHLETIC CAMPS MULTI-SPORT MANIA CAMP

BASKETBALL SKILLS CAMP

Date Dec 26-29 Jan 2-5

Date Dec 26-29 Jan 2-5

Ages 6-10 years If your child loves the world of sports, then do not miss this opportunity to expose him or her to various sports in this exciting spring break camp. Participants will learn the fundamentals of basketball, baseball, kickball, soccer, lacrosse, and many other sports and fun activities. Organized games will emphasize sportsmanship, sharing, and teamwork. Each participant should bring a nut-free snack, water bottle and nut-free lunch to camp. Code 48510A 48510B *

Ages 6-10 years Players of all skill levels are encouraged to participate in this highenergy camp. Boys and girls will develop their dribbling, shooting, passing, rebounding, defensive and other basketball abilities through skills sessions and drills. Games will be played each day in a respectful, positive and safe environment with an emphasis on equal participation, teamwork and sportsmanship. Each participant should bring a water bottle. Code 48512A 48512B *

Day: Tuesday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $140 w/Resident ID: $120 Instructor: SportsKids,Inc Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: December 20

Day: Tuesday-Friday Time: 4:30-6:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $64 w/Resident ID: $43 Instructor: SportsKids,Inc Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: December 20

SOCCER SKILLS CAMP

VOLLEYBALL SKILLS CLINIC NEW

Ages 6-10 years Get ready for the upcoming soccer season. Boys & girls will learn age appropriate drills in a fun environment. Dribbling, passing, shooting and other offensive and defensive techniques will be covered. Games will be played to enhance the skills that are being taught. Each participant should wear shin guards and bring a water bottle. Date Dec 26-29 Jan 2-5

Code 48511A 48511B *

Day: Tuesday-Friday Time: 3:00-4:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $64 w/Resident ID: $43 Instructor: SportsKids,Inc Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: December 20

Ages 7-12 years This volleyball clinic is designed to provide players, of all ability levels, a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Players will receive training in the fundamentals of passing, setting, hitting, serving, offensive and defensive tactics, and match play. Game play will focus on practicing new skills and will include a variety of drills and games to keep it a fun and high-energy environment. Each participant should bring a water bottle. Date Dec 26-29 Jan 2-5

Code 48513A 48513B *

Day: Tuesday-Friday Time: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $64 w/Resident ID: $43 Instructor: SportsKids,Inc Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: December 20

* Please note: Camp will be held at the Annerino Community Center on Thursday, January 4.

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DAYS OFF SCHOOL CAMPS DAYS OFF PRESCHOOL CAMP

Ages 3-5 years Looking for something for your preschooler to do on a day off from school? Drop your child off in the preschool rooms for a morning of games, music, story time, and play. Children should dress in play clothes and be ready for fun! Snack will be provided by the park district. Children must be toilet trained to attend this program. Date Jan 15 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day Feb 19 - Presidents Day Mar 5 - Casimir Pulaski Day

Code 12157A 12157B 12157C

Day: Monday Time: 9:00 am-12:00 Noon Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $30 w/Resident ID: $20 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $30 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

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Day M M M

Time 9:00 am-3:00 pm 9:00 am-3:00 pm 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $50/$35 $50/$35 $50/$35

Date Jan 15 Feb 19 Mar 5

LEGO ROBOTICS/STEM DAY OFF CAMP

Ages 5-10 years Looking for something to do on your holiday from school? In the morning, children will get active and enjoy activities like basketball, volleyball, wall climbing, dance, and gymnastics. Camper should bring a sack lunch and water bottle each day. Registration deadline is a week prior to day off. Deadline Jan 8 Feb 12 Feb 26

Ages 6-11 years Join us on your day off from school. Bring your lunch and a refillable water bottle and spend the whole day with us immersed in adventure. Program held indoor and outdoor, please dress appropriately. Code 13417A 13417B 13417C

Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

DAYS OFF SCHOOL

Date January 15 (MLK Day) February 19 (Presidents Day) March 5 (Pulaski Day)

SCHOOL’S OUT! NATURE CAMP

Code 12311A 12311B 12311C

Ages 7-14 years Robotics, Engineering, and coding all in one! This medley of activities offers Chasewood Learning’s STEM classes all in one day! During this camp students will learn a new STEM discipline including creating interactive stories, games and animations, building and programming robots and building engineering models. Returning students will continue in their education in each of these unique fields of learning. Children should bring a lunch. Date Jan 15 Feb 19 Mar 5

Code 12330A 12330B 12330C

Day: Monday Time: 9:00 am-2:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $105 w/Resident ID: $70 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Deadline Jan 10 Feb 14 Feb 28


SPRING BREAK CAMPS NATURE SPRING BREAK CAMP

Ages 6-10 years Spend time at Hidden Oaks while spring approaches and the days become a little warmer. Days will be spent exploring trails looking for signs of animals. Campers will make crafts, play games and learn about the animals and plants that can be found at Hidden Oaks. Dress appropriately for the weather and bring a sack lunch and refillable water bottle. Day M TU W TH F M TU W TH F

Date Mar 26 Mar 27 Mar 28 Mar 29 Mar 30 Apr 9 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13

Code 23402A 23402B 23402C 23402D 23402E 23402F 23402G 23402H 23402J 23402K

Day: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $50 w/Resident ID: $35 Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

CAMPS

LEGO ROBOTICS/STEM SPRING BREAK CAMP

Ages 7-14 years Robotics, Engineering, and coding all in one! This medley of activities offers Chasewood Learning’s STEM classes all in one week! During the day students will learn a new STEM discipline including creating interactive stories, games and animations, building and programming robots and building engineering models. Returning students will continue in their education in each of these unique fields of learning. Children should bring a lunch. Day: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-2:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $315 22307A w/Resident ID: $210 Date: April 9-13 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: April 4

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SPRING BREAK ATHLETIC CAMPS MULTI-SPORT MANIA CAMP

Participants will learn the fundamentals of basketball, baseball, kickball, soccer, lacrosse, and many other sports and fun activities. Organized games will emphasize sportsmanship, sharing, and teamwork. Each participant should bring a nut-free snack, water bottle and nut-free lunch to camp.

SOCCER SKILLS CAMP

Dribbling, passing, shooting and other offensive and defensive techniques will be covered. Games will be played to enhance the skills that are being taught. Each participant should wear shin guards and bring a water bottle.

BASEBALL & SOFTBALL SKILLS CLINIC NEW

This camp includes instruction in skill development, fundamentals and games. Drills for defense, hitting, base running and throwing are taught. Outfield, infield, pitching and catching segments are included. Games are played every day. Participants should bring a glove, hat, and water bottle.

BASKETBALL SKILLS CLINIC

Players of all skill levels are encouraged to participate in this high-energy clinic. Boys and girls will work on their dribbling, shooting, passing, rebounding, defensive and other basketball abilities through skills sessions and drills. Games will be played each day in a respectful, positive and safe environment with an emphasis on equal participation, teamwork and sportsmanship. Each participant should bring a water bottle.

VOLLEYBALL CLINIC NEW

Players focus on drills such as passing, underhand and overhand setting, attacking, defense and serving. Daily scrimmages allow players to use these skills in a game environment. This clinic is designed to help players of all skill levels foster a love for volleyball by focusing on skill development, healthy competition, and positive enthusiasm. Participants should bring a water bottle. Program Multi-Sport Mania Camp Soccer Skills Camp Baseball & Softball Skills Clinic Basketball Skills Clinic Volleyball Clinic

Age 6-11 6-11 6-11 6-11 8-13

Day M-F M-F M-F M-TU M-TU

Date Apr 9-13 Apr 9-13 Apr 9-13 Apr 9-10 Apr 9-10

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Time 9:00 am-3:00 pm 3:00-4:15 pm 4:15-5:30 pm 5:45-7:00 pm 7:15-8:30 pm

Fee w/Res ID $175/$150 $63/$44 $63/$44 $28/$20 $28/$20

Code 18510A 18511A 18513A 18512A 18515A


Bolingbrook Park District

summer Day Camps! Your camper will

Get to swim at Pelican Harbor every week! Go on weekly adventure day trips Spend time with friends and meet one ones Learn new skills like: Arts & Crafts, Sports, Music, Archery

Camp Options Include: All ages and interests! Camp Alotta Fun Nature Camp at Hidden Oaks Pelican Harbor Heroes Camp Sports-Specific camps

OUr camps are Safe!

Information available & registration opens

January 1

YOUTH AGES 6-17 YEARS

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SENIOR VOLLEYBALL

Ages 55 years & up Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex is available for open volleyball play for seniors on Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9:00-10:30am. Please wear gym shoes. Volleyballs will be provided. Day: Wednesday & Friday Time: 9:00-10:30 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Date: January 10-May 30 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki No Volleyball: April 11, April 13

TABLE TENNIS - OPEN PLAY

Join other table tennis players for a morning of fun, exercise and competition. Tables are set up for open play Thursday in the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex gym from 9:00-11:30am. No pre-registration required, just bring your paddle and join the fun! Day: Thursday Time: 9:00-10:30 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Date: January 11-May 31 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

ADULT VOLLEYBALL - OPEN PLAY

Ages 18 years & up Drop in for a game of volleyball. Two courts will be set up so bring along your friends for a night of fun! Refunds will not be given due to lack of participation since this is a drop-in nightly program. Feel free to call ahead for participation numbers. Day: Friday Time: 7:30-9:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $3 per player Date: January 5-May 25 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki No Volleyball: February 23, March 30, April 27

YOUTH/TEEN VOLLEYBALL - OPEN PLAY

Ages 11-17 years Drop in for a game of volleyball. Refunds will not be given due to lack of participation since this is a drop-in nightly program. Feel free to call ahead for participation numbers. Day: Saturday Time: 5:45-7:45 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $3 per player Date: January 6-May 26 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki No Volleyball: March 10, 31

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OPEN PICKLEBALL

Ages 18 years & up Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex is available for open pickleball play on Tuesday mornings from 9:00-10:30am. Please wear gym shoes. Pickleball is a sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis. Nets will be provided with limited supply of paddles and balls. Day: Tuesday Time: 9:00-10:30 am Fee: $3 per player (effective January 1) Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Date: January 9-May 29 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

PARENT/CHILD OPEN GYM

Parents & Child (child 3 years to 9 years with adult) Looking for a place to spend quality time with your child during the winter months? Stop by the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex on Monday evenings for a night of open gym with your special one. Some sports equipment will be provided for use. Parental supervision is required for each child participating in the Open Gym. For more information, please call one of our Customer Care team members. Day: Monday Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $3 per child Date: February 19-March 26 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

BOLINGBROOK RECREATION & AQUATIC COMPLEX OPEN GYM – WINTER / SPRING 2018

Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex is available for supervised open gym during the below scheduled hours. All participants will be required to pay daily admission fee, along with providing a Student I.D. verification to enter. Please contact a member of the Customer Care Team to verify court availability. Schedule is subject to change. There will be limited number of participants allowed in gym so come early! School day off open gym times vary. Please call ahead. Age Grades 5-8 Adult HS-Adult Adult HS-Adult

Day M W TH F F

Time 3:00-5:00 pm 8:00-11:00 am 3:00-5:00 pm 8:00-11:00 am 3:00-5:00 pm

BOLINGBROOK RECREATION & AQUATIC COMPLEX SCHOOL DAY OFF OPEN GYM – WINTER 2017 Age Grades 5 & Up Grades 5 & Up Grades 5 & Up Grades 5 & Up

Date January 15 February 19 February 23 March 5

Time 1:00-5:00 pm 1:00-5:00 pm 1:00-5:00 pm 1:00-5:00 pm

BOLINGBROOK RECREATION & AQUATIC COMPLEX SCHOOL DAY OFF OPEN GYM SPRING 2017 Age Grades 5 & Up Grades 5 & Up Grades 5 & Up

Date April 9 April 12 April 13

Time 1:00-5:00 pm 1:00-5:00 pm 1:00-5:00 pm

ANNERINO COMMUNITY CENTER OPEN GYM WINTER / SPRING 2018

Annerino Community Center is available for open gym during the below scheduled hours. All participants will be required to pay daily admission fee, along with providing a Student I.D. verification to enter. Please contact a member of the Customer Care Team to verify court availability. Schedule is subject to change. There will be limited number of participants allowed in gym so come early! Age HS-Adult Grades 5-8 Grades 5-8

Day M TU TH

Time 3:00-5:00 pm 3:00-5:00 pm 3:00-5:00 pm

Date Jan 8-May 21 Jan 9-May 31 Jan 4-May 29

Fee: $3 per player No Open Gym: January 15, February 19, March 5, April 19 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

Date Jan 8-May 21 Jan 10-May 30 Jan 11-May 31 Jan 12-May 25 Jan 12-May 25

Fee: $3 per player Key Contact: Chris Piasecki No Open Gym: February 23, April 12, 13, May 21, 28

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TEENS SELF DEFENSE SEMINAR

2ND ANNUAL QUINCEAÑERA VENDOR EXPO FREE ADMISSION

Come shop for those special items you need for your Quinceañera. Vendors will be on hand to answer your questions and help you plan your special day. Day: Saturday Time: 12:30–4:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Date: March 10 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

ALPINE VALLEY SKI TRIP

Ages 11-16 years Alpine Valley features over 90 skiable acres with impeccably groomed snow. Featuring over 20 runs for beginner to advanced, plus 3 terrain parks, there’s something for everyone. Their three high-speed quad chair lifts means less time in lines and more time on the snow! Trip includes lift ticket, helmet and transportation. Trip departs from Westmont Park District. A signed waiver must be completed and turned in the day of the trip. Please bring additional money for lunch and locker if needed. Type of Ticket Lift only Lift,Rental,Lesson

Fee w/Res ID $95/$85 $120/$110

Code 18390A 18390B

Day: Monday Time: 8:00 am-5:30 pm Location: Westmont Community Center, 65 E. Richmond Street Date: January 15 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 8

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Ages 10-14 years This workshop is designed to be extremely effective in teaching girls how to protect themselves. The central focus is to create and extremely safe learning environment while ensuring high quality service. All instructors are members of the Bolingbrook Police Department. Training includes practicing in full force self-defense techniques on a padded instructor as well as everyday safety skills which focus on awareness and prevention skills. The workshop emphasizes techniques that can stop an attack without violence. All workshops involve physical practice, role plays and stories to teach skills. Students should wear athletic clothing and gym shoes. Personal Safety Confidence Self-Protection Advocacy

“I can use my own power to stay safe.” “I can believe in myself.” “I can protect myself from trouble.” “I can speak up for myself and others.”

Day: Saturday Time: Noon-2:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Cost: Free 12316A Date: March 24 Instructor: Defensive Tactics Instructors of the Bolingbrook Police Department Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 16


These programs are cooperative program between the districts of Lisle, Westmont, Downers Grove, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Oakbrook Terrace and Bolingbrook.

ESCAPE ROOM

NEW

Ages 12-16 years It’s a race against time as players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand to unveil the secret plot which is hidden within the room. The escape room is in Downers Grove but will meet at the Oakbrook Terrace Park District where transportation will be provided. Spots are limited due to the room restriction so sign up while they are still available! Day: Monday Time: 1:00-3:00 pm Location: Oakbrook Terrace Park District, 1S325 Ardmore Avenue Fee: $28 18450A w/Resident ID: $18 Date: February 19 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 12

OPEN SKATE NIGHT AT THE DARIEN SPORTSPLEX

Ages 11-17 years Come join the fun at the Darien Sportsplex Open Skate Night. Two hours of skate time from 7-9 pm, which includes your skate rental and a coupon to use at the Concession stand. Have a night of fun on the ice along with your friends! Day: Saturday Time: 7:00-9:00 pm Location: Darien Sportsplex, 451 Plainfield Road Fee: $18 18451A w/Resident: $12 Date: March 24 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 19

TEEN JOB FAIR

Ages 15-22 years What are you going to do this summer? Need some extra cash? The summer job search starts now! You are invited to meet with local park district representatives from Downers Grove, Lisle, Woodridge, Westmont, Clarendon Hills, Oakbrook Terrace and Bolingbrook to find out about their summer employment opportunities. Fill out an application on-site, take it home with you, or just come to ask questions. You’ll also be able to register for our Interview/Application Training class to gain valuable knowledge on how to prepare an effective application or resume. The job fair is FREE, but registration is required for the Interview/Application Training. Day: Friday Seminar Time: 5:30-7:00 pm Free Job Fair Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Location: Westmont Community Center, 75 E. Richmond Street Fee: $15 18392A w/Resident ID: $10 Date: February 23 Instructor: Managers from co-op Park Districts Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 19

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Teen Service Series FEED MY STARVING CHILDREN

Ages 12-17 years Feed My Starving Children is a non-profit organization dedicated to feeding children around the world in over 70 countries. Teens will volunteer and hand-pack meals to be sent to malnourished children. Fee includes transportation and supervision. Day: Monday Time: 5:15-8:00 pm Location: Lisle Park District, 1925 Ohio Street, Lisle, IL Fee: $12 18457A w/Resident ID: $8 Date: March 12 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 2

THE BIRCHES ASSISTED LIVING SERVICE PROJECT

Ages 12-17 years The Birches provide their residents with the necessary resources to live a physically, mentally, and socially active life, so they can remain healthy, strong, and vibrant at any age. There are many events the facility schedules that provide recreation opportunities for the residents. Participating in volunteering for one of these events allows you to make a difference in the lives of these residents as well as have fun in the process! An additional perk is the community service hours that will be fulfilled in the process! Come out, have a great time and make a difference. Day: Thursday Time: 2:00-4:00 pm Location: Meet at the Birches Assisted Living, 215 55th Street, Clarendon Hills, IL Fee: Free 18457B Date: March 29 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 26

LYMAN WOODS NATURE CENTER

Ages 12-17 years If you’re searching for a way to earn some much needed service hours, then your search is over. Come spend the morning with other teens for a work-day at the beautiful Lyman Woods Nature Center. Spanning 135 acres and two miles of trails, Lyman Woods connects people with nature and inspires appreciation and stewardship of natural areas through education and recreation. Day: Saturday Time: 8:00-10:30 am Location: Lyman Woods Nature Center, 901 31st Street, Downers Grove, IL 60515 Fee: $10 28457A w/Resident ID: $5 Date: April 21 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: April 11

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12151 S. Normantown Rd., Plainfield, IL 60585 Phone: (815) 254-1950 Barn Hours: M-F: 9a-8p • Sat-Sun: 9a-7p Boarding Full-Service and Dry-Stall Options Riding Lessons All Ages and Levels in English and Western Private and Group Lessons

Pony Parties • Pony Rides • Grooming Sessions • Scout Grooming Badge Programs • Gift Certificates

Girl and Boy Scout Grooming Badges Earn your grooming badge at Normantown! Scouts will learn the basics of horse safety and be shown how to properly groom a horse. The children will be divided into small groups after the demonstration to clean up and prepare a horse for riding. There is no riding instruction included. Sessions are available by appointment only and are limited to days and times when proper staff and horses are available. We can tailor the classroom portion to fit your troop’s requirements. The equestrian center does not provide the badges. Sessions are 1 ½ hours long. Ages 8 & up | $20 per child | Min. 5/Max. 12

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2ND ANNUAL QUINCEAÑERA VENDOR EXPO

LEARN A NEW SKILL

Ages 18 year & up We are currently seeking vendors looking to tap into the Latino market of Quinceañeras in the Will and southern DuPage County area. A limited number of similar vendors will be allowed and electrical access is limited. All tables must be covered to the floor with a tablecloth; you may choose to add on to your space fee. Contracts will be available on our website. Enrollment must include an approved completed contract. Space Space only Space w/electric only Space w/table only Space w/table & electric Additional for cloth tablecloth

Fee $75 $80 $85 $90 $20

Day: Saturday Time: 12:30–4:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Date: March 10 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 15

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32ND ANNUAL ROAD RALLY

Ages 18 years & up Looking for adventure? Grab your neighbors and friends to create a team of 4-6 adults per vehicle. You will get a map and bag of clues; you’ll need teamwork, logic and luck to stay on track. Some clues are helpful while others are designed to throw you off course. This exciting and somewhat physically challenging four-hour scavenger hunt on wheels will test your mind, body and teamwork, so put on your thinking caps and start your engines! At the completion of the rally, teams meet for an awards presentation and socialize at a pizza dinner. This fun-filled event is coordinated with the Bolingbrook, Lisle, Naperville and Woodridge Park Districts. Space is limited. Captain’s letters are emailed the week prior to the event. An email address is required upon registration. Day: Saturday Time: 3:30 pm check-in; 4:00 pm shot gun start Location: TBA Fee: $129 per car w/Resident ID: $109 per car Date: April 14 22689A Key Contact: Mike Baiardo Deadline: April 11


GENERAL INTEREST Ceramic Workshop Samples on Display at Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

RETRO SNOWMAN

Ages 16 years & up Nothing says January like a snowman frolicking in the woods. The piece employs a new technique not offered before and some specialty glazes. This piece is fun and relaxing, and will be designed in part by YOU. It will be done on a canvas, but a plate will be offered as an alternative. Fee includes instruction, bisque, glazes and firing. Day W TH

Date Jan 24 Jan 25

Time 6:30-9:30 pm 1:00-4:00 pm

Code 12621A 12621B

STUNNING STONEWARE SHAMROCK

Ages 16 years & up You will love creating your own stoneware platter, and there are so many color options. The main design reflects a shamrock with a Celtic Knot spin to it. Each platter is sure to reflect the creativity of the artist painting it. This piece can even be personalized with a family name or Irish phrase. Fee includes instruction, bisque, glazes and firing. Date Feb 28 Mar 1

Time 6:30-9:30 pm 1:00-4:00 pm

Code 12621C 12621D

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $56 w/Resident ID: $39 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 23

STONEWARE GLAZE COMBINATIONS

Ages 16 years & up They’re back!!! Everyone’s favorite—stoneware glaze combinations. Yes—there are even more new combinations to try. There will be various shapes to choose from. Stoneware makes a great gift or add additional pieces to your current collection. Every piece is a work of art! Fee includes instruction, bisque, glazes and firing. Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30-9:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $56 12621E w/Resident ID: $39 Date: March 21 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 16

ADULTS AGES 18 YEARS & UP

Ages 16 years & up You will create a design of spring flowers with vibrant spring colors. The piece will be accentuated with striping using glazes and designer liner. This piece has so many possibilities and the design is adaptable to any shape. Once you learn this technique the possibilities are endless. This will be a fun afternoon/evening, so don’t miss it! Fee includes instruction, bisque, glazes and firing. Day W TH

Date Apr 18 Apr 19

Time 6:30-9:30 pm 1:00-4:00 pm

Code 22621A 22621B

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $49 w/Resident ID: $32 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: April 13

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $49 w/Resident ID: $32 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 19

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MIXED SPRING FLOWERS

ISLAND WATERCOLORS

Ages 16 years & up Every now and then a new technique surfaces and you just have to say WOW! Well, this is one of those WOW’s! You will learn how to create watercolor effects on bisque to develop a tropical design. Each plate will be unique reflecting the personality of the artist. Don’t miss the chance to learn this new technique. It is fun to paint and fun to create! Fee includes instruction, bisque, glazes and firing. Day W TH

Date May 23 May 24

Time 6:30-9:30 pm 1:00-4:00 pm

Code 22621C 22621D

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $49 w/Resident ID: $32 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: May 18

CERAMIC STUDIO

Ages 16 years & up You deserve a night a week to let your imagination run wild! Bring your creative ideas to reality in the Ceramic Studio. Not sure how to do it – that is not a problem! Under the guidance of the instructor work on projects you have selected. Learn new techniques and use new products. Bring your own greenware/bisque and supplies or order them from the instructor. Fee includes all firing and instruction. Date Jan 18-Feb 15 Mar 8-Apr 5 Apr 19-May 17

Code 12623A 12623B 22623A

Deadline Jan 14 Mar 4 Apr 15

Day: Thursday Time: 6:30-9:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $105 w/Resident ID: $70 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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MINI CERAMIC STUDIO CLASS NEW

Ages 18 years & up Have you wanted to work with ceramics, but our evening studio class doesn’t fit your schedule? We are now offering 3 week afternoon sessions! Come and join us for daytime fun and creativity. If you need ideas or guidance on projects, the instructor will work with you on projects you have selected or provide suggestions. New techniques are offered and new products introduced to you. Bring your own greenware/bisque and supplies, or order them from the instructor. Fee includes all firing and instruction. Date Mar 7-21 May 2-16

Code 12615A 22622A

Deadline Mar 4 Apr 15

Day: Wednesday Time: 1:00-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $52 w/Resident ID: $42 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Ages 18 years & up No experience required. No supplies required. Paper and drawing pencils provided. Experiment with different media in this free form art class. Learn to appreciate art as a form of expression. No need to invest in expensive supplies, creativity is all you need. Code 12625A 22626A

Deadline Feb 6 Apr 10

Day: Saturday Time: 9:30-10:30 am Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $65 w/Resident ID: $45 Instructor: Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

BEGINNER STAINED GLASS WORKSHOP

Ages 16 years & up No experience required. No supplies required; all glass and tools will be provided by the instructor. Learn how to cut stained glass, copper foil and solder your project piece. An Eight-Inch design, Beveled Star Stained Glass piece will be created. Day: Tuesday Time: 7:00-9:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $112 12600A w/Resident ID: $75 Date: March 13 & March 20 Instructor: Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: March 6

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Ages 18 years & up No experience required. Give the everlasting gift of a watercolor class to your-self or a friend. In the first class work on your sketch design and second class create your one of a kind watercolor. All supplies included. Day: Tuesday Time: 7:00-9:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $42 22607A w/Resident ID: $28 Date: April 24 & May 1 Instructor: Kathy Storch Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: April 18

S.H.A.R.P. - SEXUAL HARASSMENT & RAPE PREVENTION NEW FREE

DRAWING CLASS

Date Feb 10-Mar 3 Apr 14-May 5

WATERCOLOR & SKETCHING BASICS WORKSHOP NEW

Ages 17 years & up Training material is kept simple so it is easy to learn, easy to retain, and easy to use. SHARP is focused on increasing awareness of threatening behaviors, avoiding dangerous situations when possible and providing defensive skills in case avoidance fails. The SHARP course gives women the principles and concepts that will help to reduce the likelihood of sexual assault and increases a woman’s chances for survival should a confrontation become unavoidable. The techniques are easy to learn and easy to use and remember. That makes them perfect for beginners with little or no self-defense or martial arts experience. Topics covered include: • Sexual Harassment • Passive Assault • Active Assault • Controlling Physical Harassment in the workplace • Situational Awareness • Reality of Violence • Prevention Psychology • Avoidance Techniques S.H.A.R.P. will give you: • CONFIDENCE through knowledge of yourself and those who may harm you • UNDERSTANDING of high stress situations and how they affect you physically and mentally • SKILLS to avoid and counter both passive and active assaults • EMPOWERMENT to confront those who would try to intimidate you

Day: Sunday Time: Noon-2:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Cost: Free 22346A Date: April 22 Instructor: Defensive Tactics Instructors of the Bolingbrook Police Department Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: April 16


ADULT TRIPS ESCAPE THE WHITE HOUSE!

NEW

Ages 18 years & up Get your inner Maxwell Smart on during this spy-themed day. Our trip begins with a mission to Escape the White House. Our team will have 60 minutes to solve puzzles and clues to find a way to escape the room. No spy leaves hungry as we continue the fun at Safehouse Chicago. From the minute you locate the top-secret entrance and pass the clearance test, you’ll be licensed to experience a classified menu while enjoying the one of a kind espionage atmosphere. Escape room experience and lunch at Safehouse Chicago are included. The bus for this trip is not wheelchair accessible. Day: Monday Time: 9:30 am-5:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $67 12612A w/Resident ID: $57 Date: January 22 Key Contact: John Chase

UR THE ARTIST PAINTING PARTY

NEW

Ages 18 years & up Bring out your inner artist while enjoying a night out with friends. Gather up your crew and get ready for a great time Social Artworking with UR the Artist. Every participant will complete the evening with their own 16” x 20” canvas masterpiece and end the evening with a big smile! Fee includes one drink and a selection of cheese. Date January 4 March 29 May 3

Code 12613A 12613B 12613C

Day: Thursday Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Fee: $60 w/Resident ID: $55 Location: Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge Key Contact: John Chase

DUELING PIANOS AT STARVED ROCK

Ages 18 years & up An experience like no other! Don’t miss this wildly entertaining music and comedy dueling pianos show. This interactive musical comedy experience will have you singing, shouting, dancing, and laughing so hard you’ll be doubled over. The bus for this trip is not wheelchair accessible. Day: Monday Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $60 12608A w/Resident ID: $50 Date: February 5 Key Contact: John Chase

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LYRIC OPERA BACKSTAGE TOUR

Ages 18 & up From the moment you step foot inside the impressive foyer, you’ll be in for a special, one-hour experience with an engaging Lyric docent who will give you behind the scenes insights into the vibrant world of grand opera. See the inside of the art deco Aredis Krainilk theater, enjoy and up-close and personal personal view of the orchestra pit, and then journey on to backstage destinations where you’ll learn about the vast array of skilled professionals who bring operatic stagecraft to life. Trip includes transportation and admission. We will stop for lunch following the tour (lunch on your own). The bus for this trip is not wheelchair accessible. Day: Wednesday Time: 8:30 am-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $40 12610A w/Resident ID: $30 Date: February 28 Key Contact: John Chase

HOLOCAUST MUSEUM NEW

Ages 18 years & up This museum is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Holocaust by honoring the memories of those who were lost and teaching universal lessons that combat hatred, prejudice, and indifference. Trip includes transportation and admission. Day: Monday Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $45 12601A w/Resident ID: $40 Date: March 19 Key Contact: John Chase

BLUE MAN GROUP

Ages 18 years & up Blue Man Group will rock your world. Blow your mind. And unleash your spirit. Leave your expectations at the door and let three bald and blue men take you on a spectacular journey bursting with music, laughter and surprises. Dare to live in full color! Before the show we will enjoy a Giordano’s pizza and salad dinner, included in the trip cost. Day: Friday Time: 10:00 am-6:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $100 12604A w/Resident ID: $90 Date: March 23 Key Contact: John Chase Registration Deadline: February 1

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BEER, BIKES, AND BRATS NEW

Ages 18 years & up Get an authentic taste of American history and culture on Harley Davidson Museum’s Bikes, Brats, and Beer Tour, offered in partnership with Milwaukee Food & City Tours. This tour begins with a 45 minute guided H-D Museum tour created especially for us. Next, you’ll board the bus for a close up look at Milwaukee’s legendary beer and sausage making heritage. Along the way you’ll sample Usinger’s famous brats and classic Wisconsin cheeses on Old World 3rd street, plus stop at Lakefront Brewery, for a lively, guided tour that includes two samplings of beer and a souvenir glass. The bus for this trip is not wheelchair accessible. Transportation is in a luxury motorcoach. Day: Wednesday Time: 8:00 am-6:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $127 22603A w/Resident ID: $122 Date: April 4 Key Contact: John Chase

MUSEUM OF BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS NEW

Ages 18 years & up Experience the Golden Age of radio and the early years of television, all the way through contemporary media, on this fascinating tour that is guaranteed to educate and entertain you. Home to the National Radio Hall of Fame Gallery, this 62,000 square foot facility features things like Oprah’s Door through which she made her famous grand entrance each day, the original Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer Snerd, and Effie Klinker, scores of radio memorabilia, vintage radios, and working radio and television studios. Day: Monday Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $45 22601A w/Resident ID: $35 Date: April 16 Key Contact: John Chase

HOLLAND, MICHIGAN TULIP FESTIVAL

Where the fun is!

Ages 18 & up Enjoy a day at the races at Arlington Park. Our visit will begin with a brief Betting 101 discussion with an Arlington University expert. From there, we will adjourn to our reserved seats to enjoy the thrill of the ponies sprinting the track. Whether you’re there for the people watching, enjoying the flowers and colorful dress of the horses and jockeys, or a hardcore enthusiast, this is certain to be a fun afternoon. Trip includes transportation, admission, Betting 101, and reserved seating. Day: Thursday Time: 11:00 am-6:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $35 22602A w/Resident ID: $25 Date: May 31 Key Contact: John Chase

CHICAGO FOOD TOUR

Ages 18 & up You’re in for a treat (several of them, in fact!) as we embark on a culinary adventure and tour different neighborhoods and cuisines of the Windy City. We start the day with appetizers in Chinatown. We continue with a stop at Garrett’s Popcorn for a sample bag of their “Chicago Mix” - a unique sweet and savory combination of caramel and cheese popcorn. On to the Gold Coast for a visit to Lou Malnati’s and a slice of their signature deep dish pizza! Our day concludes in Greektown as you choose from baklava, galactobourico, karidopita and more! Don’t worry, a special menu with full descriptions will be available for the Greek dessert novice! Trip includes luxury motor coach transportation Day: Wednesday Time: 9:00 am-5:00 pm Location: Meet at Woodridge Park District Fee: $106 22604A w/Resident ID: $96 Date: April 25 Key Contact: John Chase

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Ages 18 years & up Experience the sights, smells, and sounds of Tulip Time in Holland, MI. We begin at the famous Dutch Village where you’ll sample authentic foods, shop Dutch inspired crafts, learn a phrase or two in Dutch, and enjoy live wooden shoe carvings and more. Buffet lunch will follow at the Alpen Rose restaurant along with a tour of the Windmill Island Gardens before heading home. Transportation is via luxury motor coach. Day: Wednesday Time: 8:00 am-7:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $87 22609A w/Resident ID: $82 Date: May 9 Key Contact: John Chase

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A DAY AT THE RACES - ARLINGTON PARK

BOLINGBROOK PARK DISTRICT

JOB FAIR Wednesday, March 14 4:00-7:00 pm

Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge

335 E. Boughton Road, Bolingbrook, IL


ATHLETICS ADULT KARATE

Ages 15 years & up Classes release tension, develop total body fitness and build stamina and overall productivity! In addition to self-defense skills, karate increases flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and muscle tone, while improving core strength. Illinois Shotokan Karate Club is Chicagoland’s premier karate school taught under the instruction of John DiPasquale, a four-time National Champion, US National Coach and President of the US National Karate Federation Level: Beginner/Continuer Date Jan 9-Mar 27 Apr 10-May 29

Fee w/Res ID $189/$126 $128/$85

Code 18442A 28442A

Day: Tuesday Time: 8:40-9:35 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $189 w/Resident ID: $126 Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

TAE KWON DO

Ages 6 years & up Tae Kwon Do teaches self-defense as well as improving each student’s self-confidence, discipline, coordination, physical and mental capabilities. Through Tae Kwon Do students learn to become a leader not a follower, developing the “Yes, I can” attitude when facing daily challenges at home, school or work. A promotion test will be offered at the end of each session for those students who are ready to promote to the next belt rank. Uniform and handbook is required for an additional charge. Please see instructor for cost and payment. Level Beg

Time 9:30-10:30 am

Int/Adv

10:45-11:45 am $111/$74

Jan 13-Mar 17

Beg

9:30-10:30 am

$90/$60

Mar 31-May 19 28445A

Int/Adv

10:45-11:45 am $90/$60

Mar 31-May 19 28445B

(White-Blue) (Brown-Deputy 3) (White-Blue) (Brown-Deputy 3)

Fee w/Res Id Date $111/$74 Jan 13-Mar 17

Code 18445A 18445B

Day: Saturday Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Instructor: Grand Master Chung Kim, Master Jo Chan, Master Howard Greenberg Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

ADULTS AGES 18 YEARS & UP

MODERN ARNIS FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS

Ages 6 years & up Modern Arnis is a weapon based Filipino martial art style founded by Grandmaster Remy Presas. Modern Arnis emphasizes the use of sticks, knives and empty hand techniques. It also incorporates other martial arts such as Small-Circle Jujitsu to create a unique self-defense system based on body mechanics, fluidity, and functionality. Filipino Martial Arts are showcased in Hollywood in TV shows such as Arrow and in Movies such as The Borne Identity. Age 6-16 17 & up 6-16 17 & up

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

Fee w/Res ID $111/$74 $216/$144 $90/$60 $174/$116

Date Jan 9-Mar 13 Jan 9-Mar 13 Apr 3-May 22 Apr 3-May 22

Code 18448A 18448B 28448A 28448B

Day: Tuesday Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Instructor: Guro Jeff Derong under the guidance and direction of Dr. Remy Presas Jr, the eldest son of the late Grandmaster Remy Presas Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

MEN’S SPRING FLAG FOOTBALL

Ages 18 years & up 8-on-8 league. Nine game regular season. The top teams in each league will participate in a single elimination playoff tournament at the end of the regular season. United States Flag and Touch League (U.S.F.T.L.) rules will be used. First place teams receive prizes. For more information, contact (630) 783-6509. $100 non-refundable deposit is required to register. League Competitive C Recreational D

Code 52424C 52424D

Day: Sunday Time: 8:00 am Location: Central Park Fee: $775 before March 4; $805 on/after March 5 ($9 per out of district participant) Start Date: March 18 Captains Meeting: Wednesday, March 7 @ 7:00 pm (Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex) No Games: April 1 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

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CO-REC VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

Ages 18 years & up All skill levels welcomed with competitive and recreational leagues. 12-game regular season followed by a single elimination tournament. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top teams in each division during the regular season and end of season tournament. For more information, contact (630) 783-6509. $100 non-refundable deposit is required to register. League Competitive A Competitive B Competitive C Recreational

Code 52420A 52420B 52420C 52420D

MEN’S 12” SOFTBALL LEAGUES

Day: Thursday Time: 6:30-10:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $460 before December 17; $490 on/after December 18 ($12 per out of district participant) Start Date: January 4 Key Contact: Chris Corbett

SUMMER SOFTBALL

Ages 18 years & up ASA Sanctioned Leagues. Top two teams in each league win cash prizes with top team in each league qualifying for a post-season tournament. 14-game schedule. For more information, contact (630) 783-6509. $100 non-refundable deposit is required to register. Returning Team Registration: January 1 New Team Registration: March 1

OVER 40 - MEN’S MASTERS 12” SOFTBALL LEAGUE

Day: Tuesdays Time: 6:30-10:30 pm Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex / Central Park Fee: $645 before April 8; $675 on/after April 9 ($14 per out of district participant) Start Date: April 24 52405A Captains Meeting: Thursday, April 12 @ 7:00 pm (Annerino Community Center) Key Contact: Chris Corbett

CO-REC 12” SOFTBALL LEAGUES Day Monday Wednesday

Date Apr 23 Apr 25

Code 52404A 52404B

Time: 6:30-10:30 pm Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex / Central Park Fee: $645 before April 8; $675 on/after April 9 ($14 per out of district participant) Captains Meeting: Thursday, April 12 @ 8:00 pm (Annerino Community Center) Key Contact: Chris Corbett

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SIGN UP FOR A TEAM Interested in joining but without a team? Complete an individual player form. Teams looking for players will call about joining their team. If enough individual players sign-up, a team may be able to be formed! The Park District does not guarantee participation for individual players. For more information, contact (630) 783-6509.

Day SU TH F

Time 4:00-10:00 pm 6:30-10:30 pm 6:30-10:30 pm

Start Date Apr 8 Apr 12 Apr 13

Code 52400B 52402B 52403B

Location: Remington Lakes Sports Complex /Central Park Fee: $645 before March 25; $675 on/after March 26 ($14 per out of district participant) Captains Meeting: Thursday, March 29 @ 7:00 pm (Annerino Community Center) Key Contact: Chris Corbett

OVER 30 3-ON-3 BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Ages 30 years & up It only takes three to make a team so grab two friends and join in the fun. Games will be two 15-minute halves running clock. All teams will play 10 games followed by a single elimination tournament. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd place finishers in both the league and tournament. The full payment is due at the time of registration. Day: Wednesday Time: 7:00-10:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $200 before January 7; $230 on/after January 8 ($10 per out of district participant) Start Date: January 17 52410A Captains Meeting: Thursday, January 11 @ 7:00 pm (Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex) Key Contact: Chris Corbett

MEN’S ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Ages 18 years & up Teams will play a 10-game regular season followed by a single elimination tournament. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd place finishers in both the league and tournament. Numbered jerseys are required for this league. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to register your team. Day: Sunday Time: 3:00-8:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $655 before January 7; $685 on/after January 8 ($10 per out of district participant) Start Date: January 21 52411A Captains Meeting: Thursday, January 11 @ 7:00 pm (Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex) No Games: February 4 & April 1 Key Contact: Chris Corbett


RACQUETBALL & WALLYBALL

HEALTH/WELLNESS

RACQUETBALL COURT RENTAL - $8/HR

LIGHTEN UP: WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE

Racquetball burns 600-800 calories an hour while providing an outstanding overall workout that increases calorie burn and helps to reduce fat percentage. Its fun, its fast, its fitness! Reservations can be made seasonally by calling (630) 783-6509 or visiting one of our Recreation Centers. Full rental rate due at time of reservation!

RACQUETBALL CHALLENGE COURTS

Challenge your game and come compete in our Challenge Court! Winner stays on the court and takes on the next challenger in line. Look out for Challenge Court specials throughout the season! For savings on Challenge Courts, please see the Challenge Court swipe pass for a savings of 40% off. Day Monday Sunday

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

Ages 16 & Up Get a team of 3 together for our Weight Loss Challenge! This 12 week program provides: meal replacement options, encouragement to exercise, group support and healthful information. Teams will be scored on 3 criteria: total percentage of weight loss as a team, team participation in predetermined Community Challenge events, and team spirit judged by Facebook participation. All participants must attend an informational meeting January 13 at 10:00 am and closing ceremony on April 7 (TBD). Day: Varies Time: Varies Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fitness Center Member rate/ person: $50 14050A Non-member rate / person: $85 14050B Date: January 13 - April 7 Key Contact: Vanessa Peca-Burkhart

Cost: $5 per person per day

RACQUETBALL CHALLENGE COURTS 10-SWIPE PASS - $30

RED TREAD MONTH

Compete at the weekly Challenge Courts at a discounted rate with the purchase of this new ‘Challenge Pass.’ The pass rate of $3 per day is a 40% savings from the regular rate. To purchase, please visit one of our Recreation Centers. Passes are valid for twelve (12) months from purchase date. For more information, please call (630) 783-6509.

We will decorate one treadmill in each location in red and designate that as the “red tread”. All miles walked on that tread during the month of February generate a donation of $0.25 per mile. Key Contact: Vanessa Peca-Burkhart

RACQUETBALL COURT 10-SWIPE PASS - $60

Ages 16 & Up Grab your best friend, hubby, sister or whomever you choose for this great work-out! Partner exercises will be the basis for this work-out. If you need a buddy, just let us know when you sign up and we will ensure to have one waiting for you at this great work out challenge! Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Member: $7 14051A Non-member: $10 14051B Date: February 11 Key Contact: Vanessa Peca-Burkhart

Log more court time for less with our Racquetball Pass. The pass rate of $6 per hour is a 25% savings from the regular rate. This is an excellent way for beginners to get into the game with a minimal investment. To purchase, please visit one of our Recreation Centers. Passes are valid for six (6) months from purchase date. For more information, please call (630) 783-6509.

WINTER / SPRING RACQUETBALL LEAGUE

Ages 18 years & older Compete against other players of like ability, socialize with fellow racquetball enthusiasts and get a great workout. For information or to register for a league, please call (630) 783-6509 or visit one of our Recreation Centers. Level A B

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Date Feb 7-May 23 Feb 6-May 22

Code 14400A 14400B

Time: 5:00-9:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $65 on/before January 21; $85 on/after January 22 Player Meeting: February 1, 7:00 pm at Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Chris Corbett

WALLYBALL GROUP RATE - $12/HR

Wallyball is a fast and fun volleyball-like team sport that is played on a racquetball court. Reservations are permitted any day of the week! Reservations can be made seasonally by calling (630) 7836509 or visiting one of our Recreation Centers.

ADULTS AGES 18 YEARS & UP

BUDDY UP WORK-OUT

ROCKIN’ RED ZUMBA PARTY

Ages 12 years & up Join us for dancing to get your heart beat pumping! Ditch the workout and join us as we dance for a cause. February marks American Heart Month, a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime of heart health. Net proceeds are donated to fund heart research, education, and treatment programs through AMITA Health. Status

Fee On/Before Feb 20 Feb 21-23

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Fitness Member Non-Fitness Member

$5 $7

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$10 $10

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HATHA/VINYASA YOGA

Ages 12 years & up Come relax, restore and energize the mind body and spirit. This unique yoga class offers something for everyone. Whether you are new to yoga or a long time participant, you are sure to love this class. Each asana is demonstrated in several different ways from beginning to advanced for everyone to enjoy. Day M M M M W W W W SU SU SU SU M M W W SU SU

Time 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 7:30-8:30 pm 10:00-11:00 am 10:00-11:00 am

Fee $50 $60 $70 $84 $60 $72 $70 $84 $60 $72 $60 $72 $90 $108 $90 $108 $90 $108

Date Jan 8-Feb 5 Jan 8-Feb 5 Feb 12-Mar 26 Feb 12-Mar 26 Jan 3-Feb 7 Jan 3-Feb 7 Feb 14-Mar 28 Feb 14-Mar 28 Jan 7-Feb 11 Jan 7-Feb 11 Feb 18-Mar 25 Feb 18-Mar 25 Apr 2-May 28 Apr 2-May 28 Apr 4-May 30 Apr 4-May 30 Apr 1-May 27 Apr 1-May 27

Code 14300C (Member) 14300D (Non-member) 14300E (Member) 14300F (Non-member) 14304A (Member) 14304B (Non-member) 14304C (Member) 14304D (Non-member) 14300G (Member) 14300H (Non-member) 14300J (Member) 14300K (Non-member) 24300A (Member) 24300B (Non-member) 24300C (Member) 24300D (Non-member) 24300E (Member) 24300F (Non-member)

Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

HATHA YOGA AT HIDDEN OAKS

Ages 12 years & up Enjoy the serenity of the morning from Hidden Oaks and improve strength, flexibility, balance, and body awareness through a variety of Yoga poses. This class is for those who are new to Yoga or new to fitness. Ease into a better understanding of your mind and body while increasing overall fitness. A Hatha Yoga class includes warm-up (sun salutations), workout (introductory, beginning and intermediate poses), and cool down (meditation) for a well-rounded 60 minutes. Date Jan 6-Feb 10 Jan 6-Feb 10 Feb 17-Mar 31 Feb 17-Mar 31 Apr 7-May 26 Apr 7-May 26

Fee $60 $72 $70 $84 $80 $96

Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15 am Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

Code 14301A (Member) 14301B (Non-member) 14301C (Member) 14301D (Non-member) 24302A (Member) 24302B (Non-member)

FAMILY FLOW YOGA

Ages 5 years & up This class brings together children ages 5-10 and their parents to develop coordination and strength, improve flexibility, balance and confidence through a sequencing of yoga poses and calming breathing. A great opportunity to merge and enjoy time with your kids and yoga. Rates below are for one parent and one child. You may add an extra child to the class for $44 for members and $48 for non-members. Date Jan 3-Feb 21 Jan 3-Feb 21

Fee $80 $96

Code 14317A (Member) 14317B (Non-member)

Day: Wednesday Time: 6:15-7:15 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

MEDITATION YOGA

Ages 12 years & up Yoga Nidra is of the ancient practice as yogic sleep or sleep with awareness. This class is intended to induce full body relaxation and a deep meditative state of consciousness. Date Jan 3-Feb 7 Jan 3-Feb 7 Feb 14-Mar 28 Feb 14-Mar 28 Apr 4-May 30 Apr 4-May 30

Fee $60 $72 $70 $84 $90 $108

Code 14057A (Member) 14057B (Non-member) 14057C (Member) 14057D (Non-member) 24046A (Member) 24046B (Non-member)

Day: Wednesday Time: 7:30-8:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

RESTORATIVE YOGA

Ages 18 years & up Restorative yoga is a yin style yoga that works the deep, connective tissues of the body. Unlike other styles of yoga, restorative yoga goes deeper into the body. Postures are held for 3-5 minutes to allow connective tissue and fascia around the joints to expand. Restorative yoga relaxes tissues around the joint to reduce pain and movement limitation, while simultaneously calming the student’s mind and nervous system. Date Jan 8-Feb 5 Jan 8-Feb 5 Feb 12-Mar 26 Feb 12-Mar 26 Apr 2-May 28 Apr 2-May 28

Fee $40 $48 $50 $60 $80 $96

Code 14305A (Member) 14305B (Non-member) 14305C (Member) 14305D (Non-member) 24320A (Member) 24320B (Non-member)

Day: Monday Time: 9:30-10:30 am Location: Annerino Community Center No Class: January 15, February 19, March 5, April 9

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KETTLEBELL

Ages 18 years & up This is the best kept secret to a lean, strong and healthy body! Kettlebells are imported from Russia and have been used for centuries to build strength, flexibility and endurance. Drop fat and get lean with this fun, challenging workout. Date Jan 4-Feb 8 Jan 4-Feb 8 Feb 15-Mar 29 Feb 15-Mar 29 Apr 5- May 31 Apr 5-May 31

Fee $60 $72 $70 $84 $90 $108

Code 14205A (Member) 14205B (Non-member) 14205C (Member) 14205D (Non-member) 24205A (Member) 24205B (Non-member)

Day: Thursday Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

BODYFIT BOOT CAMP

Ages 16 years & up BodyFit Boot Camp mixes high-intensity cardio work with bodyweightresistance training along with unconventional strength equipment to get a maximum response from your body in minimum time. This powerful small group program is sure to get your heart pumping while developing functional strength and torching body fat like you’ve never experienced. Date Jan 3-Feb 7 Jan 3-Feb 7 Feb 14-Mar 28 Feb 14-Mar 28 Apr 4-May 30 Apr 4-May 30

Fee $60 $72 $70 $84 $90 $108

Code 14201A (Member) 14201B (Non-member) 14201C (Member) 14201D (Non-member) 24053A (Member) 24053B (Non-member)

D R O P I N to individual Specialty Group Exercise Classes or Yoga classes for $13 per session.

Just visit the Customer Care Desk 10 minutes before each class to pay your daily admission.

HEALTH COACHING SERVICES

LifeStyles new Health Coaching program is designed to focus on positive behavior changes to inspire a healthier lifestyle. Our health coach will develop a plan with you and help you reach your personal best with a focus on bringing structured strategies and motivation to your overall approach to wellness. Why hire a health coach? Even the best athletes have coaches to help create positive behavior change through collaborative goal setting, evaluating, and tracking. Coaching can guide you down the path to move through negative self-talk, resistance, and other hurdles to help you achieve goals you might not be able to reach on your own. Contact Chris Piasecki today at (630) 783-6647 to begin your journey to a better you!

Stretch it out!

Day: Wednesday Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

You can improve your respiration, energy and vitality just by doing

WEIGHT LOSS TRANSFORMATION

some yoga!

If you have at least 30 pounds to lose and are ready to transform your lifestyle, this is the program for you! 20-week program broken down into 2 (10-week) sessions • Exercise instruction • Nutrition information • Weight loss plan • Support-meetings, email, text, and phone • Bi-monthly assessments • 20 (30-minute) personal sessions for each 10-week session LifeStyles Member Fee 10-weeks - $480 20-weeks - $920

ADULTS AGES 18 YEARS & UP

Non-Member Fee 10-weeks - $600 20-weeks - $1,160

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NRGZONE SMALL GROUP TRAINING

Ages 16 years & up Get an effective, functional, and fun workout with this small-group format. Build muscle and burn calories using TRX Suspension trainers, medicine balls, a power pivot, cable trainer, plyometric station, and more. You’ll improve cardiovascular ability, strength, power, and balance all at the same time. This program is led by a Certified Personal Trainer and can be scaled to meet participants at different levels. Day M M M M TU TU TU TU TH TH TH TH TH TH TH TH SA SA SA SA M M TU TU TH TH TH TH SA SA

Time 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 9:30-10:30 pm 9:30-10:30 pm 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 5:30-6:30 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 8:30-9:30 am 8:30-9:30 am

Fee $50 $60 $70 $84 $60 $72 $70 $84 $60 $72 $70 $84 $60 $72 $70 $84 $60 $72 $70 $84 $90 $108 $90 $108 $90 $108 $90 $108 $80 $96

Date Jan 8-Feb 5 Jan 8-Feb 5 Feb 12-Mar 26 Feb 12-Mar 26 Jan 2-Feb 6 Jan 2-Feb 6 Feb 13-Mar 27 Feb 13-Mar 27 Jan 4-Feb 8 Jan 4-Feb 8 Feb 15-Mar 29 Feb 15-Mar 29 Jan 4-Feb 8 Jan 4-Feb 8 Feb 15-Mar 29 Feb 15-Mar 29 Jan 6-Feb 10 Jan 6-Feb 10 Feb 17-Mar 31 Feb 17-Mar 31 Apr 2-May 28 Apr 2-May 28 Apr 3-May 29 Apr 3-May 29 Apr 5-May 31 Apr 5-May 31 Apr 5-May 31 Apr 5-May 31 Apr 7-May 26 Apr 7-May 26

Code 14308A (Member) 14308B (Non-member) 14308C (Member) 14308D (Non-member) 14308E (Member) 14308F (Non-member) 14308G (Member) 14308H (Non-member) 14308J (Member) 14308K (Non-member) 14308L (Member) 14308M (Non-member) 14308N (Member) 14308P (Non-member) 14308R (Member) 14308S (Non-member) 14308T (Member) 14308U (Non-member) 14308V (Member) 14308W (Non-member) 24308A (Member) 24308B (Non-member) 24308C (Member) 24308D (Non-member) 24308E (Member) 24308F (Non-member) 24308G (Member) 24308H (Non-member) 24308J (Member) 24308K (Non-member)

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

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VIKING RAIDERS CAMP

Ages 16 years & up Have fun and burn body fat by stepping back into the days of Vikings. Able to row for miles and then run up beaches just to get to their enemy, Vikings are one of the fiercest groups of warriors in history. With a combination of high intensity cardio work as well as the use of some unconventional strength equipment all mimicking similar actions they would have done; this class will have you raiding the shores of fitness like a Viking in no time. Day: Tuesday Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $96 24048A w/Resident ID: $80 Date: April 3 – May 29 Instructor: Stephan Kelly Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

LITTLE BLACK DRESS CHALLENGE

Ages 16 years & up The Little Black Dress Project is on a mission to help individuals become more self-confident, lose weight, and celebrate being strong and sexy. It’s going to be an eye-opening and empowering experience. Our goal is to not only help you lose weight, tone up, and look absolutely AMAZING in that little black dress of yours in 42 days, but it is designed to help you to feel beautiful and confident in your own skin. All participants must attend an informational meeting April 28 at 10:00 am and closing ceremony on June 9 (TBD). Day: Varies Time: Varies Member rate/ person: $50 24054A Non-member rate / person: $85 24054B Date: Apr 28 – June 9


GROUP EXERCISE PROGRAMS

You can customize your workout schedule to fit your needs. For complete details or to check out our current class schedule at bol i n gb ro o k p a r ks. o rg . or call us at (630) 739-1705 or (630) 739-0272. Our schedule is designed to provide a variety of safe, effective, fun group exercise classes led by our staff of qualified instructors. Les Mills Body Pump-The original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This 60-minute workout challenges all your major muscle groups by using the best weightroom exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls.

SilverSneakers Classic and Circuit - These classes focus on strength and balance to improve everyday functional living skills for the mature adult. 60 minutes. Are you ready to party yourself into shape? That’s exactly what the Zumba® program is all about. It’s an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorieburning dance fitness-party™ that’s moving millions of people toward joy and health.

AQUA FITNESS PROGRAMS (Included with Group Exercise) Join one of our aqua fitness programs to experience a great workout with very little impact on your joints. You’ll find a class to meet all levels of ability on our schedule. Benefits of aqua fitness include: • Reduce the risk of injury through low-impact exercise • Use the natural resistance of the water to improve cardiovascular stamina, range of motion, muscular endurance and strength while melting unwanted body fat. • Prevents overheating through continuous cooling of the body. • Exercise is performed in shallow water, so little to noswimming ability is required to participate All classes require a minimum of 5 participants. If low enrollment occurs after two weeks, classes are subject to cancellation or change. Remember, you must bring your LifeStyles membership card to every class. 12-15 year olds with membership or daily drop-in may participate with parent or guardian in classes designated for 12 years & up.

Dine and Learn HYPERTROPHY TRAINING: THE ART OF BUILDING MUSCLE

Ages 18 years & up Have you been working out, but feel you’ve hit a plateau in your fitness training? Are you ready to progress to the next level and finally break through? Join us for an informative workshop that will bust the myths of heavy lifting and reveal the facts about how building muscle mass can help you achieve your fitness and lifestyle goals. A healthy lunch is included. Pre-registration is required. Date: January 12 14303A Time: Noon-1:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $7 Day: Friday Instuctor: Elizabeth Blake, CPT, FNS Personal Trainer, Health Coach, Nutrition Specialist

CELEBRATE NATIONAL COLOR THERAPY MONTH

Ages 16 years & up Color is powerful ~ it conveys emotions and sends messages. Learn what certain colors convey, different ways of celebrating national color therapy month and take home a new piece of color to your home. A healthy meal is included. Pre-registration is required. Date: March 2 14200A Time: Noon-1:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $7 Day: Friday

GET GOLF FIT

Ages 14 years & up Golf season is on the verge of exploding for the spring! Come join us to learn exercises to ensure that your swing will be up to par. A healthy lunch is included. Pre-registration is required.

Group Exercise & Aqua Fitness Drop In: $9

ADULTS AGES 18 YEARS & UP

Date: April 6 14102A Time: Noon-1:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $7 Day: Friday

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the best value for

your fitness dollar! HOURS OF OPERATION M-F SA SU

5:00 am-10:00 pm 7:00 am-8:00 pm* 7:00 am-6:00 pm

*Aquatic Hot Tub not available on Saturdays after 6:00 pm

Your Community Fitness Center • Fitness is more than burning calories and building muscle. It’s the physical results and sense of wellness that comes from being with friends, improving your health and living a complete life. • • We’re more than a fitness center. We’re a partner in a journey to your better self. We like to have fun along the way - jump into one of our many events and themed monthly contests and prizes designed to give back to our members. • • Friendly, accommodating staff, excellent group exercise and aqua fitness options, and affordable memberships make LifeStyles your community fitness center.

Fitness Manager Chris Piasecki | 630.783.6647 | cpiasecki@bolingbrookparks.org Assistant Fitness Manager Vanessa Peca-Burkhart | 630.783.6651 | vpeca@bolingbrookparks.org

TWO GREAT LOCATIONS Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex (BRAC) 200 S. Lindsey Ln. Annerino Community Center (ACC) 201 Recreation Dr. 102

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MEMBERSHIP HAS IT'S BENEFITS

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$33.50

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$5 Off Group Swim Lessons

$15 Off Poolside Birthday Parties

$25 Off Private Pool Parties

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Refillable Pelican Harbor Cup

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SAVE THE DATE JANUARY 1 New Year’s Day (Open 10am – 3pm) 9 Let’s Play Pickelball! 12 Hypertrophy Training - The Art of Building Muscle 13 Hamilton Event 13 Lighten Up Weight Loss Challenge Kick-Off FEBRUARY 1-28 Red Tread Month 2 The Big Game & Chili Cook Off 11 Happy Heart Month Day & Buddy Up Work-out & Bring A Friend Day 23 Rockin’ Red Zumba MARCH 2 Celebrate National Color Therapy Month 12-17 Platinum Week 17 Bring A Friend Day APRIL 6 13 15 20 21 22-27 28

Get Golf Fit Bring A Friend Day & Cottontail Crusher workout Easter (Closed) De-Stress @ Hidden Oaks De-Stress @ LifeStyles Week of the Young Child Little Black Dress Kick-Off

MAY 1 Summer Student Membership available 1 - 31 Grand Slam fitness month 4 Take Me Out to the Ball Game! 13 Mom’s Day Ride 26 Pelican Harbor Outdoor Aquatic Park opens 28 Memorial Day (Open 7:00 am-6:00 pm)

Classes are frequent throughout the week.

ENJOY CARDIO, STRENGTH, CIRCUIT TRAINING, YOGA AND MORE!

Get Active, Feel Great! This member appreciation program rewards you with gifts for your ongoing participation. Each LifeStyles member is automatically registered. Activate your account at fitrewards.com to track and receive your points!

THIS IS AT NO COST TO YOU!*

You may be eligible for a FREE membership through your health insurance. SilverSneakers is a fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health. To check and see if your insurance plan is eligible, log on to silversneakers.com or call 1 (888) 423-4632. *Depending on insurance plan 104

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We believe that consistent exercise and proper nutrition are the keys to a long, healthy and happy life. As Lifestyles trainers, our job is to educate and motivate you to become a healthier individual. Through education and motivation, we teach proper form, variety of exercise and most of all how to have fun while making exercise a part of your life forever. Call Chris Piasecki (Fitness Manager) at (630) 783-6647 to schedule your appointment today!

1 TO 1 PERSONAL TRAINING

One trainer works individually with one client to reach your goal. Our trainers will provide a unique program designed specifically for you in a comfortable and fun environment. Whether you’re de-conditioned, a first time exerciser, advanced exerciser, or an athlete looking to take your sport to the next level, we can match you with a trainer to reach your goals. Sessions 30 min 60 min 1 $30 $55 5 $140 $260 10 $250 $475

BUDDY TRAINING

A great way for two people with similar goals to work out together. Our trainers will bring the fun and challenge while participants motivate each other toward success. Price below is for 60-minutes for both people combined. Sessions Fee 1 $85 5 $350 10 $640

PERSONAL TRAINING VIP PROGRAM

Your dream. Our team. One goal - delivering RESULTS NOW. Our new Personal Training VIP programs are designed to deliver success. Enroll, save over the long-term, and feel secure in knowing that automatic monthly payments will keep your commitment level high. Payments are shown on a monthly basis and are deducted from your checking account. 6 months 12 months 2x weekly 3x weekly 2x weekly 3x weekly 30 min $210 $286 $182 $260 60 min $390 $559 $345 $500

LIFESTYLES FITNESS FOCUS

Remember upon joining LifeStyles, you receive a free personal training strategy session. Appointments must be made in advance through the LifeStyles fitness desk at (630) 739-1705 or by calling Chris Piasecki (Fitness Manager) at (630) 783-6647.

NEW MEMBER STARTER TRAINING PACKAGE

• For new members only • May only be used once and must be purchased within 30 days of joining • Members can customize the package to their goals • Starter package includes three 60-minute sessions for only $99

Cancellation Policy: Cancellation for personal training must be made at least 24 hours in advance or the full fee will be charged. No-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance will be charged the full price. If you cannot keep your appointment, call your trainer directly or LifeStyles at (630) 739-1705.

HEALTH INSURANCE FITNESS BENFITS

Does your health insurance offer fitness benefits? LifeStyles works with many programs that provide discounted or free fitness memberships. Check with your insurance company to see if you qualify today! bolingbrookparks.org

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475 Trout Farm Road Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm is located near the northwest corner of Schmidt and Boughton Roads at the bottom of the hill on Trout Farm Road. With the aid of CorLands, Bolingbrook Park District acquired Hidden Lakes in 1988

The Tackle Box Bait Shop

(630) 759-2381 The Tackle Box is a modest but well equipped bait shop that stocks live bait including worms and minnows as well as other fishing tackle and supplies. Food, snacks and drinks are also available. General hours of operation are as followed but are subject to change and will be posted. April 2-October 31 M-F 10:00 am-4:00 pm SA/SU 8:00 am-6:00 pm

Fishing Permits

All adults age 16 and older are required to have a Hidden Lakes permit. Permits are valid from April 1 to March 31 of the following year. Revenue generated from permit fees goes to stocking the lakes with a seasonal variety of fish. Stop in at Annerino Community Center, Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex, Hidden Oaks Nature Center or Hidden Lakes to get your annual permit. 2018 Fishing permits go on sale April 1, 2018. In order to qualify for the resident discount at Hidden Lakes, you must present your resident identification. Annual Permit $45 Resident ID Annual Permit $30 1-Day Permit $10 1-Day Resident ID Permit $8 Fishing Pole Rental $7 106

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2018 Fishing Derbies

Don’t miss the excitement of reeling in a prize fish during a fishing derby. Bait and tackle will be sold as usual in the Tackle Box Bait Shop. Prize categories and prizes will vary by derby. Derby entry fee: $12; derby permit fee is $5. Note: A Hidden Lakes fishing permit is required for all adults age 16 and older to participate in the derby. Derby rules vary by derby. Six catfish or four trout catch limit on derby days. **Hidden Oaks staff and the public will not be given dates to when the lakes will be stocked, as stocking occurs on a random schedule correlating with the sale of permits.**

2018 Fishing Derby Schedule April 21 May 12 June 16 July 21 August 18 October 20

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

Trout Derby Catfish Derby Catfish Derby Catfish Derby Catfish Derby Trout Derby


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9-Hole Public Course Leagues Outings & Events Junior Golf Programs

We have some new and exciting programs coming to Boughton Ridge Golf Course this spring! Keep an eye out for details coming soon on our junior clinic. Both men and women’s twilight leagues are available for immediate sign up. About the Course Boughton Ridge Golf Course is a premier 9-hole facility located in Bolingbrook, just minutes from three major highways. Situated on 45 beautiful acres, this 9-hole, 2227-yard par 32 course features contoured fairways and water on seven holes. The Lily Cache Creek meanders through five holes and feeds a large lake. Providing further challenge, 21 sand traps lay in wait to test your game. Watered tees, fairways and greens provide lush turf and reward well-played shots. USGA Rating 31.0

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Ashbury’s Banquets and Events Offer the perfect blend of beauty, elegant service and affordability!

Celebration of Life Events Baby Showers Weddings and Showers Anniversary and Holiday Parties Corporate Meetings Reunions . . . and more! Enjoy accommodations for up to 100 in our Grand View Room. Our event staff takes care of your group from the first phone call to the last guest leaving. We offer a wideselection of your favorite menu items. Let us do the planning so you won’t have to. 108

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FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM

The Bolingbrook Park District’s mission is to help residents achieve quality of life through parks and recreational services. With this mission in mind, the Bolingbrook Park District has established a fund to allow individuals in need of financial assistance to participate in Park District programs. Those in need of financial aid may apply by completing a financial assistance form available at the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, Annerino Community Center or online at bolingbrookparks.org. Applications are confidential. For more information, call (630) 739-0272.

Bolingbrook Crime Stoppers has been serving the community since 2006. In those years over 437 tips have been received as citizens have anonymously gotten involved in reducing crime in the Bolingbrook community. You can make Bolingbrook a better place to live by offering anonymous tips about crimes of which you are aware. Rewards of up to $1000 are given to anonymous tipsters, when arrests are made. If you have knowledge of a crime, please report it by calling or texting.

LOOKING FOR ASSISTANCE WITH A PROGRAM? The Bolingbrook Park District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination on a basis of disability. Bolingbrook Park District will make reasonable accomodations in recreation programs to enable participation by an individual with a disability. Please make requests at least two weeks prior to the start of a program if you need an accomodation.

Child Care Services Relax knowing your child is in a safe, healthy environment! All LifeStyles Fitness Center memberships include child care for members using the fitness center. Two children are included. Child care for additional children is available for $25 per child per year. The child care membership is non-transferable.

CHILD CARE HOURS

Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Monday - Friday 8:00 am-1:30 pm Monday-Thursday 3:30-8:30 pm Saturday 8:00-11:30 am Annerino Community Center Child Care Monday-Friday 9:00 am-1:00 pm Monday-Thursday 3:30-8:30 pm Saturday 9:00-11:30 am Drop-in registration is accepted at the front desk. • • • • •

All children must be signed in when entering the child care room. All necessary information, including where the adult will be in the facility must be completed. LifeStyles members must show membership ID. Children who appear to be suffering from a contagious illness will not be admitted. Staff is not responsible for changing diapers. Parents will be contacted to change their child’s diapers. Juice cups or bottles with child’s name are the only snack allowed in the room.

$3/hour per child $55 for 20 one-hour visits (A $5 savings!)

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BOLINGBROOK ATHLETIC COUNCIL

B.A.C. President Dan Falese

(630) 768-6950 FaleseDJ@att.net

B.A.C. Vice-President Mike Cosgrove

cosgrovem12@yahoo.com

B.A.C. Secretary Maggi Jenkins

maggijenkins3@gmail.com

BOLINGBROOK SOCCER CLUB

Come be a part of the most popular sport in the World! Whether you are looking for recreational soccer (In-house) or high-level competition soccer (Travel), the Bolingbrook Soccer Club has a program for you. We offer 3 recreational seasons for players age 4-17 while our travel program is year-round for players 7-18. Some important overview information on our In-house Program is noted in the chart below.

Bolingbrook Community Basketball (BCB) Jetaun Staley, President & B.A.C. Rep. (630) 674-7470 Samantha Tang, B.A.C. Rep. (708) 707-0627

In-house Program Mini Soccer* Elementary* Minor* Junior* Intermediate Senior Registration Window Season Window

Mustangs Flag Football Lenny Criddle, President

*We are exploring the possibility of Girls-only teams in these are/school groups.

Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League (BYBL) Kevin Sneed, President (630) 862-9803

Panthers Sports Club Sean Malik, President Steve Yuan, B.A.C. Rep.

(630) 862-7792

(815) 530-7379

Bolingbrook Soccer Club (BSC) Kividi Kikama, President kkikama@bolingbrooksoccerclub.org

Trojan Youth Athletic Association Mike Cosgrove, President cosgrovem12@yahoo.com Bolingbrook Cricket League Mir Ali, President

(630) 862-6957

Park District Representative Kai Wahlgren

(630) 783-6532

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Fall Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Winter

June 1-July 15

Nov 1-Dec 15 Feb 1-Mar 15

Sept 1-Nov 15

Jan 1-Feb 28

Yes Yes Yes

Spring Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Apr 15-June 30

Our Travel program consists of multiple teams per age group for boys and girls. The primary tryout season is late Spring for the following season of play beginning in the Fall. The fees for our Travel program are among the lowest in the Chicago area. Please visit our website or email info@bolingbrooksoccerclub.org or more information related to our Travel programs. Please visit our website (www.bolingbrooksoccerclub.org) for additional information or contact any of the individuals listed below.

Tee Ball Association Tyler Gallant, President & B.A.C. Rep. tagallant@sbcglobal.net

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School Age Pre-K K-1st 2nd-3rd 4th-5th 6th-8th 9th-12th

President: Executive VP: VP of Travel: VP of Rec:

Kividi Kikama Terry Vigh Mike Shay Brian Engh

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PANTHER SPORTS CLUB (Girls Athletic Programs) It’s Not How BIG You Are, It’s How BIG You Play!!! Panther Sports Club is the ONLY B.A.C. sanctioned organization devoted entirely to providing GIRLS with sporting opportunities. Panthers has served the Bolingbrook community for close to 30 years by providing organized volleyball, softball and basketball throughout the year. We accomplish this by teaching fundamentals and sportsmanship in an atmosphere of healthy competition and safety. Each of our sports offers in-house recreational play as well as more competitive program options. For more information, please visit www.PantherSportsClub.com.

Sport

Registration Period

Volleyball - Club Basketball - Recreational Basketball - Travel Fastpitch Softball Slow Pitch Softball Volleyball - Recreational

October October November Ongoing February July - August

CLUB VOLLEYBALL Club volleyball is for the athlete who has learned the skills of setting, hitting and serving and is ready for a more competitive environment. Club Volleyball try-outs occur in October, and the season begins in December as the In-House volleyball season is ending. For more information please contact the commissioner at clubvolleyball@ panthersportsclub.com. IN-HOUSE BASKETBALL Our In-House Basketball program works on teaching the fundamental basketball skills of dribbling, passing, shooting, and playing defense for the appropriate age level. Starting basketball at an early age gives girls a chance to develop fundamental skills they can use in more competitive school and club programs in the future while developing a love for the game. We provide playing opportunities for ages 8 through High School. Registration for the In-House program begins in October. Please check our website for more information or send an email to inhousebasketball@panthersportsclub.com. TRAVEL BASKETBALL The Panther Sports Club Travel Basketball program is ranked as one of the top 100 programs in the country! If you have completed a few seasons of In-House basketball and think you are ready to play in a nationally ranked, more competitive environment, please contact the Travel Basketball Commissioner, Chris Smith for details about try-outs at travelbasketball@panthersportsclub.com. FASTPITCH SOFTBALL Panthers Fastpitch offers travel and in-house leagues. Our In-house fastpitch softball league welcomes all girls ages 6 - 18. It is a great way to be competitive while learning the fundamentals of the game and the skills necessary to prepare the girls to play in middle school, high school and beyond if they choose.

BOLINGBROOK ATHLETIC COUNCIL

Registration for the In-house Spring season begins in September and continues through January. Players are grouped by 8U (8 years old and under), 10U, 12U, and 16/18U. The age of a player on January 1 of the upcoming season determines the level she will play. New coaches are always welcome to the club. Winter training starts in January for twelve weeks at a sports facility focusing on fundamentals: hitting, fielding, and conditioning. Our in-house teams play in the Southwest Suburban League (Level C travel), playing against teams in nearby towns including Naperville, Oswego, Downers Grove, Romeoville, Lockport and Lisle. The season runs from early May through July. Travel team tryouts are conducted in July. The travel teams participate in level B travel games and also attend a number of tournaments throughout the season. Inquire with the commissioner on roster openings. For more information including registration dates and fees, please visit the Panthers website at or contact the commissioner Rob Slepicka at FastPitch@PantherSportsClub.com. SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL Designed to be instructional with a nice competitive twist. All games are played at Bulldog Park in Bolingbrook. Everyone plays and has fun! Slow pitch softball takes place in the Spring. Games are scheduled from late April through June. Email slowpitch@panthersportsclub. com for more information. IN-HOUSE VOLLEYBALL In-House Volleyball is open to girls ages 3rd through 12th grade. This program is designed to be instructional, slightly competitive and tons of fun! Everyone plays! Haven’t tried volleyball yet, but interested in getting started? This is the option for you. Panthers Volleyball does not conflict with middle school or high school volleyball. In fact, many players participate in our league to prepare for tryouts! Registration dates take place mid-July and the Tryout/Draft date is in mid-August. For more information please visit the Panthers website at www. PantherSportsClub.com or email the commissioner at inhousevolleyball@panthersportsclub.com.

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BOLINGBROOK TROJAN POP WARNER FOOTBALL AND CHEER

BOLINGBROOK MUSTANG YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL

Who are we? Pop Warner Little Scholars is an international program operated for the benefit of its youthful participants. Since 1929, the program philosophy has been: academics and athletes go hand in hand. Pop Warner’s commitment to academics is what separates the program from other youth sports around the world. Every year, Pop Warner recognizes many Trojan participants for their academic accomplishments. The Bolingbrook Trojans are committed to developing our community’s young people on the field and off. The Bolingbrook Trojan program has been rated as one of the top programs in the country. We offer football and cheer for ages 5 through 15 years old.

Bolingbrook Mustang Youth Flag Football invites your child to play the competitive sport of football. Enjoy all the benefits of an 11 player team without the tackling. Your child will be taught the fundamentals of football and will receive MORE play time regardless of experience. Teams compete from August thru October, with the Bronco, Stallion, and Thoroughbred divisions qualifying for a single game elimination playoff tournament. After playoffs, the remaining two teams in each division play in the Flag Bowl. All players receive a League Uniform and a Participation Trophy. Come on out and have some fun with our Flag Football Family today!

Football 1992 – NATIONAL CHAMPS 1994 – NATIONAL CHAMPS 2005 – 3rd place National Runner Up: 1988, 1990, 1997, 2001, 2002 and 2014 Cheer 2005 & 2006 – 5th place 2009 – 4th place 2016 Jr. Varsity – 7th place 2016 Jr. Pee Wee – 4th place National Finalist: 1996 – 2016 What sets us apart? Bolingbrook Trojans kids compete with kids of similar age and size. Pop Warner is the ONLY youth football program that sets and enforces a strict age/weight matrix that reduces the risk and reality of injuries. The age and weight matrix can be found on our website.

*Rates include a $60 candy buy out. If you would like to sell candy you will receive a $60 refund. Divisions Resident Non-Resident Colt Division $180.00 $190.00 5-6 Years Old Bronco Division $200.00 $210.00 7-9 Years Old Stallion Division $200.00 $210.00 10-13 Years Old Thouroughbred Division $200.00 $210.00 14-17 Years Old We are now accepting applications for Head and Assistant Coaches. There will be a $50 refund for all head coaches and $25 refund for all assistant coaches as we greatly appreciate all the effort you put into making our league great. If you are interested in registering your child or joining our coaching staff please contact us using one of the following.

Where do we play? All practices and home games will be at Trojan Field, which is located next to the Annerino Center, located at 201 Recreation Drive in Bolingbrook.

Website - bolingbrookflagfootball.org Email - bolingbrookflagfootball@gmail.com Facebook - Bolingbrook Flag Football Twitter - @Bolingbrookflag

When is our season? Practices begin August 1st. Regular season runs August through October, post season runs through December. Football will have eight home and away games, and cheer will have a minimum of two competitions/performances.

For additional information, please call: Leonard Criddle, President (630) 862-7792 Filimon Sanchez, Vice President (630) 901-2025

How do you register? For all registration information including dates, times, locations, and general information, or to register online, please visit our website. If you need more information on football or cheer, please contact us: www.bolingbrooktrojans.net bolingbrooktrojans@yahoo.com

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BOLINGBROOK TEE-BALL ASSOCIATION

BOLINGBROOK YOUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE

Bolingbrook Tee-Ball Association is a Youth Baseball set of leagues for both boys and girls from the ages of 4 to 8 as of August 1st. Each league is an incremental progression of skills development and competition to develop a solid fundamental understanding of the game of baseball. Registration is during the months of January and February with specific information available at www.bbtball.com.

Give your favorite baseball player the most thrilling and authentic baseball experience available and help prepare them for moving on to more challenging and competitive play. The Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League (BYBL) is the local youth league that delivers on this promise.

LITTLE TEES INFORMATION 4 year old boys and girls are introduced to the basics baseball concepts and skills of hitting a ball from a baseball tee, catching, throwing, and running the bases in a non-competitive instructional league. TEE-BALL INFORMATION 5 and 6 year old boys and girls continue developing baseball concepts and skills of hitting a ball from a batting tee, catching, throwing, and running the bases in a minimally competitive instructional league. COACH PITCH INFORMATION 7 and 8 year old boys and girls transition to hitting a pitched ball from a coach to develop the advanced skills requiring hand-eye coordination for hitting a ball in motion, along with the continuation of developing concepts and skills of catching, throwing, and running bases in a semi-competitive instructional league. For additional information please visit www.bbtball.com or one of the following board members: Association President Tyler Gallant

(630) 803-0919

Coach Pitch Coordinator Steve Fitzmaurice

(630) 675-8715

Tee-Ball Coordinator Steve Fitzmaurice

(630) 675-8715

(BYBL) www.bybl.org

All BYBL home games are played at either Indian Boundary Park or Wipfler Park. Indian Boundary Park provides big game thrills thanks to: • Grass infields • Lighted fields (enabling night games) • Raised mounds • Electronic scoreboards BYBL offers programs for ages 7-28. The Pinto (7-8) and Mustang (9-10) divisions may have minimal travel to nearby communities, but most games are played here in Bolingbrook. The Bronco (11-12) and Pony (13-14) divisions compete against, and will travel to, nearby communities. Colt, Palomino & Collegiate divisions (ages 15-28) play in the SWILA Baseball Association, a competitive league for High School and Collegiate Players. These leagues are made up of high school and collegiate students who have a passion for baseball, and wish to continue their excellent play at a competitive level. These leagues operate on an invitation basis and players will be assigned to a team at the coaches discretion. Need more information? Visit www.bybl.org or contact: Tami Kuras, Secretary Email Web Page Facebook

(630) 569-4476 secretary@bybl.org www.bybl.org facebook.com/BolingbrookBaseball

Play Baseball Spring, Fall and Travel! Lil’ Tees Coordinator Steve Filano

(630) 441-8887

BYBL SPRING BASEBALL Pinto, Mustang, Bronco, Pony Divisions Spring 2018 registration will open online at bybl.org starting in December, 2017. Season will start in April, 2018 and conclude by July 4, 2018. All divisions are scheduled a minimum of 14 games (except Pinto, which will play a minimum of 10 games), with recorded standings and play-offs leading to a championship winner. All games are played at Indian Boundary or Wipfler Fields. Division assignments for the Spring Baseball season are determined by the player’s age as of April 30, 2018. More information can be found at www.bybl.org. Colt & Palomino Divisions Registration will open online at bybl.org starting in February, 2018. The season will start in May and run until the end of July. These divisions will play games on all weekdays and weekends averaging 2 games a week. Games are played at Indian BOLINGBROOK ATHLETIC COUNCIL

BOLINGBROOK ATHLETIC COUNCIL

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Boundary and other SWILA communities in the Southwest Suburbs. There will be standings, playoffs and a championship game for each division played at Silver Cross Field in Joliet. Division assignments for the fall season are determined by player’s age as of April 30, 2018. BYBL FALL BASEBALL Pinto, Mustang, Bronco, Pony Divisions Fall 2018 registration is open online at bybl.org starting in July, 2018. The Fall Season will start in early September. All divisions are scheduled a minimum of 10 games, with no standings or play-offs. All games are played at Indian Boundary or Wipfler Fields. No volunteer fees or fundraising are required. Division assignments for the fall ball season are determined by player’s age as of April 30, 2019. More information can be found at www.bybl.org. Colt & Palomino Divisions Registration is open online at bybl.org starting in June. Season will start in early September and run until late October. These divisions will play games on all weekdays and weekends averaging 2 games a week. Games are played at Indian Boundary and other SWILA communities in the Southwest Suburbs. There will be standings, playoffs and a championship game for each division played at Silver Cross Field in Joliet. Division assignments for the fall season are determined by player’s age as of April 30, 2018. BYBL “Rampage” Travel Baseball The spring 2019 season will be the 10th season for Rampage Baseball, our full-time travel baseball program. We intend to have travel teams for 9U-15U (birth date as of April 30, 2019). Tryouts for Rampage Baseball will be in late July/early August 2018. Check www.bybl.org for exact dates. For “Frequently Asked Questions” about our program, go to the “FAQs” link on our Rampage Baseball website: www.bolingbrookrampage.com Contact Joe Joos, Travel Director, at rampage@bybl.org for more information. Play HARD! Play SMART! Play RAMPAGE!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Who is BYBL? BYBL is the local chapter of PONY Baseball, Inc. (Protect Our Nation’s Youth) and a member of the Greater DuPage PONY Baseball Association (GDPBA). PONY believes that rather than change the rules of the game to make it possible for young people to play, it is better to change the size of the playing field s and to adjust them to the potential of the players. For our Pinto and Mustang divisions (youngest players) they are taught fundamentals from the start, in a controlled environment that allows them to learn, while enhancing their skills, and still play real baseball too. What are the advantages of BYBL? Authentic baseball rules right from the start, allowing both wind-up and stretch pitching, lead-offs and base stealing - all skills players will need as they advance. What fundamentals are taught? Coaches work with the kids on how to pitch and catch, the fundamentals of fielding, batting, lead-offs, and stealing. They are taught how to play real baseball. What gives BYBL a big game feel? Some of our fields are lighted allowing evening games, and some feature raised mounds for a more authentic experience, grass (as opposed to dirt) infields, electronic scoreboards and nearby travel for away games for the older kids in the Spring, which helps build team spirit and prepare players for the future. My child was in Tee-ball/Coach-pitch last year, what next? You’ve come to the right place. Most all of the kids in BYBL started in the tee-ball league and may have played in coach-pitch. Either the Pinto or the Mustang division is where your child would play. BYBL highly recommends beginning in our program at age 7. Is there a lot of travel involved? No. Most if not all Pinto and Mustang division games are played in Bolingbrook. The Bronco through Palomino divisions travel to neighboring communities for away games. Are jerseys included in the registration fees? Yes. All players will receive a jersey and hat. Pinto and Mustang age players receive pants and socks as well

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Lily Cache Special Recreation Association (LCSRA) represents the partnership between Bolingbrook and Plainfield Park Districts in their mission to serve the special needs population. Our goal is to provide recreational programs which build self-esteem and promote a lifetime of growth. LCSRA fosters an environment which allows individuals to discover their own unique potential and abilities.

Special Events

I N CLUSI ON SE R VI CES An individual with a disability can have a beneficial experience by participating with their non-disabled peers in Plainfield and Bolingbrook park district programs. LCSRA supports inclusive experiences by training staff, adapting activities, working with behavioral modifications and more. It’s our belief that all individuals should have access to participate at the highest level of his/her ability. PARTI C I PANTS AN D P RO G RA M S We offer a diverse range of programs, including our back to back Saturday classes specifically designed for youth on the autism spectrum: • Sensory Art - where participants create their own masterpieces using different sensory textures to stimulate their senses. • Lunch Bunch - where the focus of this group will be conversational skills, eye contact and various social skills. • Musical Melodies - where we will provide a variety of musical selections to listen to, play along with and move to. • Hang Time - where we teach the social skills that are needed to participate in social events. • Yoga - where participants learn to become calm, control their behaviors, attain new skills and enjoy the world around them.

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

Be sure you’re on the list to receive our seasonal brochure full of the latest programs and events. Simply email Jill Mukushina at jmukushina@lilycachesra.org or call (630) 783.6583.

L I LY CAC H E S P E C I A L R E C R E AT I O N AS S O C I AT I O N

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION The following registration procedures have been developed to provide equal registration preference to all resident ID card holders.

REGISTRATION DATES

Resident ID Cardholder registration Non-resident ID Cardholder registration

DECEMBER 4 DECEMBER 11

1. Phone registration will not be accepted unless otherwise noted. 2. Registration for programs will end 48 hours prior to the starting date unless otherwise noted. 3. There will be a $35 service charge for returned checks. g

NOTE: Fees are subject to change.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES 1. Choose the program you want. 2. Complete the registration form. Include the code numbers indicated. 3. Make checks payable to the Bolingbrook Park District. Program fees may be combined for each family. 4. Sign the form. All adult participants must sign. Parent or guardian signature required for participants under 18 years of age. 5. Drop-off or mail your registration to the Bolingbrook Park District, Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Drive, Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440 or Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Lane, Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440. The Bolingbrook Park District is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail. REFUND POLICY A full refund will be provided up to two (2) days before the registration deadline or in the event of no registration deadline, two (2) days before the start of an activity, event, or program. After that point, the refund will be pro-rated. To receive a Request Form, please visit or call one of the following locations: Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr. at (630) 739.0272 or Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Ln. at (630) 739-1700, or visit us online at bolingb ro o k p ar ks .o rg . Your receipt, cancelled check or proof of ID may be required. Once approved, refund checks will be mailed within fifteen (15) business days. The completed Refund Request Form must be returned to one of our customer service desks two (2) days before activity, event, or program start date or registration deadline.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEE At Bolingbrook Park District, we strive to provide you with quality recreation activities, events and programs. We are confident that you will like these programs. So confident that we will ensure our promise to provide that high quality. The Bolingbrook Park District guarantees that you will be satisfied with recreation classes, programs and services in which you participate. If after completing two classes you are not completely satisfied, tell us and we will arrange for you to do one of the following: 1. Repeat the class at no charge 2. Receive full credit that can be applied to any other class, program or service 3. Receive a full refund If you are not satisfied we kindly request input on how we can improve. To receive a Request Form, please visit or call one of the following locations: Annerino Community Center, 201 Recreation Dr. at (630) 739.0272 or Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, 200 S. Lindsey Ln. at (630) 739.1700, or visit us online at bolingbrookparks . org. Your receipt, cancelled check or proof of ID may be required. Once approved, refund checks will be mailed within fifteen (15) business days. The completed Satisfaction Guarantee Request Form must be completed and returned to one of our customer service desks before the third class meeting. Satisfaction Guarantee does not apply to golf course green fees, adult sport leagues, facility memberships, daily admissions, merchandise, products, consumables or tickets, as well as a few select programs.

ONLINE REGISTRATION Resident ID card holders automatically receive their login and password to register online. If you are a Resident ID card holder and have not received your login information, please call our Application Support Specialist at (630) 783.6517. Nonresidents may register online by becoming Parkie’s E-club members. Parkie’s E-Club forms are available at all facilities or downloadable on the registration page at bolingbrookparks . org. Nonresidents simply have to fill the form out and drop it off at a Park District facility. Your login information will be emailed to you.

Say Cheese Photographs and videos are periodically taken of people participating in Park District programs and activities. All persons participating in Park District programs/activities or using Park District property thereby agree that any photograph or video taken by the Park District may be used by the Park District for promotional purposes including its promotional videos, brochures, flyers and other publications without additional, prior notice or permission and without compensation to the participant.

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REGISTRATION FORM PROGRAM & PELICAN PASS Adult/Guardian (Please Print)

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Email Address PROGRAM and PELICAN PASS REGISTRATION Mail or bring to: Annerino Community Center 201 Recreation Drive, Bolingbrook, IL 60440 or Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex 200 S. Lindsey Lane, Bolingbrook, IL 60440 Please make checks payable to the Bolingbrook Park District. We invite registrations by people with disabilities. If you need assistance to participate, please mark an “x” in YES box. CODE

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PHOTO: I understand that my child/ward or I may be photographed or videotaped while participating in a Bolingbrook Park District program or facility. I give permission for photos and videotapes of my child/ward or me to be used to promote the Park District. Such photos and videotape will remain the property of the Bolingbrook Park District.

WAIVER AND RELEASE FOR PARTICIPANTS OR/BY PARENT Must be signed by parent if under 18. Please read this form carefully and be aware that in signing up and participating in this program/activity, you will expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injuries, damages or loss which you or your minor child/ward might sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with and associated with this program/activity (including transportation services/vehicle operation, when provided). I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury to participants in this program/activity, and I voluntarily agree to assume the full risk of any and all injuries, damages or loss, regardless of severity, that my minor child/ward or I may sustain as a result of said participation. I further agree to waive and relinquish all claims I or my minor child/ward may have (or accrue to me or my child/ward) as a result of participating in this program/ activity against the Bolingbrook Park District, including its officials, agents, volunteers and employees (hereinafter collectively referred as “Bolingbrook Park District”). I do hereby fully release and forever discharge the Bolingbrook Park District from any and all claims for injuries, damages, or loss that my minor child/ward or I may have or which may accrue to me or my minor child/ward and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with this program/activity. I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk and waiver and release of all claims. If registering online, your online signature shall substitute for and have the same legal effect as an original form signature.

Signature

Date (18 years or older or Parent/Guardian)

Note: The Bolingbrook Park District does not carry medical or accident insurance for its participants. The cost of such insurance would make programs cost prohibitive. We suggest that you look at your own insurance policy to be sure you are adequately covered. The Park District assumes no responsibility for personal injuries or loss of personal property. bolingbrookparks.org

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RESIDENT ID REGISTRATION

Adult/Guardian (Please Print)

Date First

Last

Address Phone

City Primary (

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Secondary (

Zip )

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Email Address

ONLINE REGISTRATION With your Resident ID, you are automatically able to register for programs online at b o l i n g b r o o k p a r k s . o r g . You will receive your login and password via email within 10 business days to be able to register for programs online.

PARTICIPANT’S NAME (First & Last)

BIRTHDATE (Month/Day/Year)

GENDER (Male/Female)

BIRTH CERTIFICATE (Verified)

STAFF USE ONLY Information Provided (Please circle) Gas Utility Bill Water Bill Electric Bill Property Tax Bill Vehicle Registration Card

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New Household Only Current Photo ID Birth Certificate

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Birth Certificate Verified

Passport Proof of Guardianship

Date Received: Household ID:

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RESIDENT ID PROGRAM

RESIDENT ID PROGRAM INFORMATION

To assure residents a lower rate and priority in registering for programs, the Park District has implemented a Resident ID process. The Resident ID Card insures that residents will pay less for programs than nonresidents, who do not support the district through tax dollars.

BONUS BENEFIT

With the improved Resident ID Program, you are automatically able to register for programs online at bolingbrookparks.org. Once you have activated your Resident ID Card, you will be emailed your login and password to register online. This service allows you to register from the comfort of your own home. A Bolingbrook Park District validated Resident ID Card is necessary to receive resident rates for/at: • Bolingbrook Park District programs/services • Pelican Harbor Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic Park • Boughton Ridge Golf Course • LifeStyles Fitness Center • Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm

HOW TO APPLY

for a Bolingbrook Park District Resident ID Card When applying for your Resident ID card we will require a completed Resident ID form, current photo ID (driver’s license, state ID or school ID) AND one of the following: • Gas utility bill (not more than 60 days old) • Water bill (not more than 60 days old) • Electric bill (not more than 60 days old) • Property tax bill • Vehicle registration card For each child in the household ages 3 months and older, we will require one of the following: • Current photo ID • Birth certificate • Passport • Proof of guardianship

HOW TO RENEW

Your Bolingbrook Park District Resident ID Card (Resident ID cards must be renewed on an annual basis.) When renewing your card and/or the cards for your family members, please provide one of the following: • Gas utility bill (not more than 60 days old) • Water bill (not more than 60 days old) • Electric bill (not more than 60 days old) • Property tax bill • Vehicle registration card The above item may be shown off at any Park District facility, mailed or faxed. Resident ID cards do not have to be brought in, as the bar code on the card is updated without the card being present. Birth certificates must also be included for each new child added to the household. You pay nothing. Revalidation for your card is free. Lost and damaged cards may be replaced for $5 per card.

WHERE CAN I GET MY RESIDENT ID CARD?

Cards are available at: Annerino Community Center 201 Recreation Drive Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex 200 S. Lindsey Lane IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT YOUR BOLINGBROOK PARK DISTRICT RESIDENT ID CARD • The card is permanent, nontransferable and should be retained from year to year. • Revalidation each year is free. • Children three months or older must have a Resident ID Card to receive resident rates for programs, services and admission to Pelican Harbor. • Proof of Park District residency is required whether you are applying for a new Resident ID Card or revalidating your current Resident ID Card. We appreciate your cooperation.

Your initial Resident ID Card may only be registered for in person at Annerino Community Center or Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex.

HOUSEHOLD DEFINITION

The individual must be a permanent resident of the household. Individuals do not have to be related as long as they are living full-time in the household. Proof of residency is required.

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FACILITY RENTAL INFORMATION The following facilities are available for rental on an hourly basis. Reservations require deposit. Rental rates due two weeks prior to the reserved rental date.

ASHBURY’S AT BOUGHTON RIDGE

335 E. Boughton Road . 630.739.6604 Ashbury’s is a perfect venue for a shower, wedding celebration, corporate meeting, family reunion or birthday party. Enjoy accommodations for up to 100 people with an outdoor balcony and scenic views. Our event staff will take care of you. Features private bar, flexible seating options, linen tablecloths, free Wi-Fi, drop down projection screens and more.

HIDDEN OAKS NATURE CENTER

419 Trout Farm Road . 630.739.2600 Nestled in the woods, Hidden Oaks Nature Center offers beautiful views from the charming 40-person capacity multipurpose room.

BOLINGBROOK RECREATION & AQUATIC COMPLEX

200 South Lindsey Lane . 630.739.1700 Features a wood floor gymnasium with two full size regulation basketball courts and four regulation volleyball courts. Also features a community room available for rent when it is not open to the public.

ANNERINO COMMUNITY CENTER

201 Recreation Drive . 630.739.0272 Offers a gymnasium with a regulation basketball court or two regulation volleyball courts, two multi-purpose rooms and a community room.

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PARKS AND OTHER INFORMATION PARK PERMITS

Reserve your picnic area for your next social gathering by obtaining a park permit. When you obtain a permit we take extra care to make sure the area you reserved is clean and orderly. If another group is in your spot, by authority of the permit, they must relinquish the site to you. Permits are required for groups of 15 or more. Sites are based on size and or the amenities of the park. We will continue to have a $50 refundable security deposit for all park permits. Event Permit - $100 plus regular fee Necessary if having more than 150 people and/or any of the following: 5K, petting zoo, pony rides, dumpster, bleachers, dunk tank, port-o-let, large tents (any tent that is not a “pop-up”) Premier Parks - those having some or all of the following: flush toilets, shelters, playground, parking. Park Permit Fee: $150 With Resident ID: $75 • • • • •

Central Park - 201 Recreation Drive Wipfler Park - 549 Rockhurst Road Indian Boundary Park - 990 W. Boughton Road James Boan Woods - 410 Schmidt Road Remington Lakes - 811 W Remington Blvd

Standard Parks - those parks with port-o-lets, possibly no playground or no shelter Park Permit Fee: $100 With Resident ID: $50 • • • • • • • •

Winston Woods - 200 Winston Drive Indian Chase Meadows - 525 Pheasant Chase Drive Prairie Trails - 1370 Danof Drive Champions Park - 1600 Firethorn Johansen Farm Park - 770 Hartford Lane Hidden Lakes - 475 Trout Farm Road Volunteer Park - 200 Lindsey Lane Balstrode Park - 181 Thackeray Drive

Neighborhood Parks - no port-o-let, possibly no shelter, on-street parking Park Permit Fee: $50 With Resident ID: $25 Blackhawk, Century, Cider Creek, Community, Drafke, Erickson, Freedom, Heritage, Ivanhoe, Jaycee, Knights of Columbus, Liberty, Lilac, Lions, Plimmer, Poplar, River Bend, River Hills, Rotary, Schraeder, St. Francis, Sunset, The Forest, Veterans Parks.

MEMORIAL TREE & BENCH PROGRAM

Make a special memory last by purchasing a tree or bench as a gift for a friend, for you or in memory of a loved one. Check the Web site at bolingbrookparks.org for a listing of the available trees and benches or call (630) 739.4696.

PICNIC KITS

Have fun playing with a variety of sports equipment including softball, frisbee, soccer, football, and horseshoes. A completed picnic kit request form and $25 damage deposit (refunded 15 days after return) is required for each request. For more information, please call Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex at (630) 739-1700.

The fee is non-refundable even if a permit is cancelled. If a key is not returned within 48 hours of the permit date $25 will be withheld from the security deposit. Permits need to be reserved at least 2 weeks prior to the date requested. A park permit application form is available at the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex or Annerino Community Center. Please call Angie Newberry (630) 739-4696 for specific questions or (630) 739-0272 for more information and availability. Bolingbrook Park District provides opportunities for visitors of diverse abilities to enjoy our parks, facilities and programs. The District is committed to inclusion and universal access to individuals with disabilities. We have and will continue to improve accessibility so that everyone can fully enjoy their visit and experience. bolingbrookparks.org

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Acres

Skate Park

Horseshoes

Fishing

Biking, Hiking

Restroom

Pavillion/Shelter

Picnic Tables

Parking Lot

Roller Hockey

(S=sand P=paved)

Volleyball

Soccer Fields

Football Field

Cricket Fields

Baseball/Softball

Basketball Courts

Tennis Courts

Pickelball Courts

Playgrounds

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Concessions

BOL I N G B RO O K PARKS

Arrowhead Pond 349 W. Robinhood Way

3.4

Balstrode Park 181 Thackeray Drive

6.2

Blackhawk Pond 600 Blackhawk Lane

3.3

Bloomfield Oasis 1614 Prairieview Blvd Bradford Park 490 Bradford Place

1 6.8

Bulldog Park 351 Blair Lane

19.2

Central Park 201 Recreation Drive

71.7

Century Park 1675 Apple Valley Drive

16

Champions Park 1600 Firethorn

8.8

Cider Creek Park 1755 Apple Valley Drive

4

ComEd Greenway North & South at power lines

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Community Park 600 Kingsbrooke Crossing

15

Drafke Park 1125 Quail Run DuPage River Greenway from Royce Road to Indian Boundary Park Erickson Park 398 W. Briarcliff Road Freedom Park 1600 Park Place Gateway Wetlands 680 Feathersound Drive Heritage Park 702 Paxson Drive Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm 475 Trout Farm Road

6.7 92.2 0.5 4.3 49.9 5.6 16

Indian Boundary Park 990 W. Boughton Road

62.4

Indian Chase Meadows 525 Pheasant Chase Drive

34.2

Ivanhoe Park 190 Falconridge Way James S. Boan Woods 410 Schmidt Road Jaycee Park 550 Lily Cache Lane Johansen Farm Park 770 Hartford Lane Knights of Columbus Park 190 Northridge Drive Liberty Park 298 N. Orchard Drive Lilac Park 1561 Clear Drive Lily Cache Greenway West of Orchard Drive along Lily Cache Creek Lily Cache Sports Fields 1387 Hassert Boulevard Lily Cache Sports Fields-West Campus 1505 Trails End Lane

1 47.1 / 27 7.2 1.6 18.4 8 3.5 191.2 15 32.1

Lions Park 220 W. Briarcliff

5.4

Pathways Pond 220 N. Schmidt Road

3.6

Plimmer Park 401 Lily Cache Lane Poplar Park 870 Poplar Lane Prairie Trails 1370 Danhof Drive

10.5 3.6 48.4

Remington Lakes Sport Complex 811 W. Remington Blvd.

12

Riverbend Park 1940 Danube Way

1.2

River Hills Park 2290 Misty Creek Trail

3.6

Rotary Park 470 E. Briarcliff Road

6.8

Schraeder Park 469 E. Briarcliff Road

1.3

St. Francis Park 299 White Water Drive

2.3

Sunset Park 1500 Waterside Drive

7.4

The Forest 1399 Carriage Lane

0.8

Veterans Park 1877 Leeds Road

12

Volunteer Park 200 S. Lindsey Lane

66.2

Winston Woods 200 Winston Drive

42.1

Wipfler Park 549 Rockhurst Road

10.5

2018 Bolingbrook Park District Winter/Spring Program Guide  
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