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PLEASE NOTE:

The programs in this guide are for JANUARY & FEBRUARY

1/22/2021

2021 JANUARY / FEBRUARY

PROGRAM GUIDE bolingbrookparks.org

RESTORE ILLINOIS PROGRAM COLOR GUIDE

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NEW RESIDENT ID PROCESS 1 page 7


We’re prepared

As we move through the Phases of the State of Illinois’ Restore Illinois Plan, we’re prepared to make the proper adjustments to our programming to provide you with the best possible experience and so the fun doesn’t stop!

COLOR GUIDE

Can occur during phase

Can occur during phase with some modifications

Cannot occur during phase

Can occur virtually during phase

See page 7 for details!

A Letter from the Executive Director Hello Bolingbrook Friends! Happy 2021! Even though 2020, our 50th Anniversary year, was not what we had hoped for, we still celebrated in our own special way with some wonderful activities, five beautiful new playgrounds, and the completion of the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex renovation project. Throughout this past year, Bolingbrook Park District has kept to our mission of fiscal responsibility through nearly $2 million in expense management efforts when revenues were down. The affected staffing levels, program offerings, events, and some of the Park District services you have come to know and love. We are making every attempt to bring the fun back in 2021! Throughout the entire year, you will see new programs, new services, and revamped events; all with a focus on wellness and safety. Our talented team has an amazing year of fun planned – so get ready! Our capital improvement (referendum implementation) plan will continue in 2021 as well. You will see new playgrounds at Plimmer, The Forest, Ivanhoe, Drafke, and Century Parks. The other major project is a new parking lot and drives at Central Park/Annerino Community Center. We will continue to evolve and meet your programming needs in this ever-changing environment. Whatever your interests are, our team is prepared to provide you with world class service and a wonderful experience you have come to know and enjoy. We appreciate you and your support more than you will ever know. We wish you a warm winter and an early spring. Just remember that it is always warm and welcoming at Bolingbrook Park District!

Sincerely,

Ron Oestreich, Executive Director

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Friday, January 29 . 6:00-7:00 pm Hidden Oaks Nature Center All ages welcome Join us for a night hike and witness the brilliance of a snowy nature’s evening! Learn more about the moon and some winter constellations through activities and stories. Enjoy some hot chocolate after hiking down to Hidden Lakes.

OWL PROWL

Thursday, February 18 . 6:00-7:00 pm Hidden Oaks Nature Center All ages welcome Join a naturalist for a hike to observe these mysterious birds of prey. 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 and listen to the call of nature’s most exclusive and elusive avian predators.

Rockin Red Zumba Party

Friday, February 19 . 6:00-8:00 pm . Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex 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. Member LifeStyles Member

Early Bird Fee

Fee

Ticket

$7

$9

251-T12

(before February 17)

(after February 17)

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We’re bringing the fun to you! We understand that in this changing environment, fun might look a bit different. With that in mind, we’re offering programs for you to do at home so you can maintain a healthy and fun lifestyle. We miss seeing you, but we hope you take advantage of these offerings. Keep an eye out for more programs to come!

Here’s how it works: 1. Scroll through our Recreation @ Home offerings and find your fun. 2. Click the registration code in the program you want to register for. 3. After you complete registration, you will receive and email with information on how to log-in to your virtual class. The majority of these classes will be conducted through ZOOM. PLEASE NOTE: Registration closes 24 hours before the start date of the program.

KUNG FU FOR KIDS – VIRTUAL PROGRAM

Ages 4-8 years Build character and personal achievement in a fun way that’s not through aggression and competition. Students earn increasingly higher belts as they progress in knowledge and abilities. Virtual classes will include a means for questions and answers and bonus material such as emailed handouts and access to videos that provide further instruction and the ability for home practice. Learn simple exercises and routines that develop confidence and self-discipline as well as build coordination and strength. Level: Beginner/Level 1 Day: Saturday Time: 9:00-9:50 am Fee: $90 200549-A03 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 9-February 13 Registration Deadline: January 6 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

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Chasewood Learning

Chasewood Learning is offering a remote learning option instead of in person instruction where your child can learn robotics from home! We utilize Google Classroom and scheduled online classes to teach your child robotics. In order to support the need for a robot, Chasewood is offering a free loaner classroom robot that will be arrange for you to pick up. We will work with parents on scheduling classes during the week.

MINECRAFT ENGINEERING

Ages 6-16 years Children today love playing Minecraft! Imagine if they learn civil engineering while they are in a Minecraft world. Chasewood has developed a brand-new curriculum that teaches engineering concepts and children apply them in a Minecraft environment. Learn about bridges and make things like the Tower of London bridge, or a town with stores, libraries, schools and more. As a bonus, all students will be part of the Chasewood Minecraft Club with all members participating in challenges and innovation discussions weekly. Day: Arranged with parent for Monday-Friday Time: Arranged with parent for 4 weeks Location: Google Classroom Fee: $90 200322-A60 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 4-February 26 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

ONLINE ROBOTICS WITH FREE ENTRY TO CODERZ COMPETITION

Ages 8-16 years Learn robotics online using problem-solving skills, logic, and math. You will code a robot to perform tasks using sensors through the Coderz website. With your registration, you will become a member of the Chasewood Robotics Club where you’ll be part of community that loves to learn and compete. Day: Arranged with parent for Monday-Friday Time: Arranged with parent for 4 weeks Location: Google Classroom Fee: $90 200322-A61 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 4-February 26 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LEARN TO CODE: CREATE GAMES, INTERACTIVE STORIES AND MORE

Ages 6-16 years Learn to create an online music band, interactive story and even an online game that others can play. Chasewood is offering a proven coding class for all levels of programmers, beginners to advanced. Students will learn programming using MIT’s Scratch learning platform that features programming logic, use of variables, input/ output and many other programing constructs. Day: Arranged with parent for Monday-Friday Time: Arranged with parent for 4 weeks Location: Google Classroom Fee: $90 200322-A62 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 4-February 26 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LEARN TO CODE: CREATE APPS FOR YOUR PHONE OR TABLET

Ages 10-16 years Learn how to make apps for smart phones and tablets using MIT’s App Inventor. We will teach students how to create an app, like a game, photo app, or magic 8-ball. Designs include screens, buttons, slider bars and more. Day: Arranged with parent for Monday-Friday Time: Arranged with parent for 4 weeks Location: Google Classroom Fee: $90 200322-A63 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 4-February 26 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson 5


ALL ACCESS ENRICHMENT PASS

Ages 5-14 years These fun and engaging courses provide a wonderful mix of digital workbooks and live instruction during 30-60 minute classes, conveniently scheduled so that you can choose the time that works best for you. Your student will have access to all five of the subjects: Chess, STEM, Art, Drama, and Spanish. through the session. Your child can jump into all five subjects areas, or start with just one or two and add courses as you go. Days: Multiple Time: Parents Choice Location: Details will be sent once enrolled Fee: $$285 200324-A50 w/Resident ID: $210 Date: January 4-March 12 Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Solutions Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

VIRTUAL MUSIC LESSONS

Ages 5 years & up If you’ve ever wanted to learn a musical instrument, now is the time! These private 30-minute virtual lessons will get you started or help build on your existing skills. Instruments include baritone, bass guitar, cello, clarinet, drums, flute, guitar, piano, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, tuba, ukulele, viola, violin or even singing! Classes will meet once per week and you design the schedule the best fit your needs. Days: Parent Choice Time: Parents Choice 30 minutes per week for 4 weeks Fee: $150 200310-A50 w/Resident ID: $130 Date: January 11- February 26 Instructor: The Music and Dance Suite Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

Fun with Academics Virtual Programs

Give students a fun experience, while increasing their exposure to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), the scientific method, planning, prioritization, time management, completing projects from start to finish and organization. Students will gain an appreciation for programming and see how easy it is to learn. They will learn how to break down and analyze problems as they debug their code.

FUN WITH CODE AND ART - SKETCH WITH JAVASCRIPT

Ages 8-12 years Have fun learning how to write computer programs to create cool sketches. We will write code to implement a canvas to draw on, similar to an Etch-a-Sketch. Learn code to control your paint brush and change colors to create your masterpiece! Students will learn the fundamentals of computer programming using the very popular language, JavaScript, and will be able to immediately see the results of their code. The main goals of the class are to give students a fun experience, while increasing their exposure to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) and demonstrating how technology and the arts can intersect. Students will gain an appreciation for programming and see how easy it is to learn. In addition to using their artistic and creative skills, they will learn how to break down and analyze problems as they debug their code. Day: Tuesday Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Fee: $199 200323-A25 w/Resident ID: $149 Date: January 19-March 23 Instructor: Fun with Academics Instructors Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

FUN WITH PROGRAMMING: ANIMATION WITH JAVASCRIPT

Ages 8-12 years Have fun learning how to write computer programs. Explore writing code to create dynamic, animated digital art and web pages with images, shapes, sounds, and text. Stories and adventures will come to life when pictures are animated and sound effects are added. Students will learn the fundamentals of computer programming using the very popular language, JavaScript, and will be able to immediately see the results of their code. Day: Thursday Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Fee: $199 200323-A26 w/Resident ID: $149 Date: January 21-March 25 Instructor: Fun with Academics Instructors Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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We’re prepared

As we move through the Phases of the State of Illinois’ Restore Illinois Plan, we’re prepared to make the proper adjustments to our programming to provide you with the best possible experience and so the fun doesn’t stop!

HOW IT WORKS: • •

COLOR GUIDE

Each program will have a 2, 3, and 4 next to it to represent the Phases of the State of Illinois Restore Illinois Plan. Match up the phase we are currently in with the colored circle and match it up to the color guide to the right:

PARKIE’S BABIES SWIM LESSONS

2 3 4

Can occur during phase

Can occur during phase with some modifications

Cannot occur during phase

Can occur virtually during phase

FOR EXAMPLE:

Ages 6 months-3 years with adult • Parkie’s Babies Swim Lessons has a Red Parkie’s Babies Swim program consists of 5 progressive levels that begin with you and your child gaining comfort in the water, your child and a Green 4 learning to hold their breath under water, swimming to the wall for safety, and progressing to swimming on their own. The last level serves as • to aThis means this program: a transition for the swimmer to move from swimming with a caregiver present class setting withthat only the instructor in order to prepare for Parkie’s Swim School. Each non-potty-trained swimmer must have a swim diaper a lined swim suit per Illinois State Health Code. • andCANNOT occur during Phase 2 Every swim participant must be accompanied by one caregiver at least 18 years old. Session 1 Day Time M 10:10-10:40 am Early Bird Deadline Aug 31 T/TH 9:50-10:20 am T/TH 4:35-5:05 pm T/TH 5:30-6:00 pm Early Bird Deadline Aug 25 Sa 9:00-9:30 am Sa 9:55-10:25 am Sa 10:50-11:10 am Early Bird Deadline Aug 29 Session 2 M 10:10-10:40 am Early Bird Deadline Oct 5 T/TH 9:50-10:20 am T/TH 4:35-5:05 pm T/TH 5:30-6:00 pm Early Bird Deadline Sept 22

• • Fee w/Res ID

Early Bird Fee w/Res ID $34/$26 $39/$31

2, Orange 3,

CAN occur during Phase 3 with some modifications CANDate occur during Phase 4 Code Sept 14-Oct 5

250101-D01

$73/$57 $73/$57 $73/$57

$78/$62 $78/$62 $78/$62

Sept 8-Oct 1 Sept 8-Oct 1 Sept 8-Oct 1

250101-D02 250101-D50 250101-D51

$63/$49 $63/$49 $63/$49

$68/$54 $68/$54 $68/$54

Sept 12-Oct 24 Sept 12-Oct 24 Sept 12-Oct 24

250101-D03 250101-D04 250101-D05

$ 34/$26

$39/$31

Oct 19-Nov 9

250102-D01

$73/$57 $73/$57 $73/$57

$78/$62 $78/$62 $78/$62

Oct 6-Oct 29 Oct 6-Oct 29 Oct 6-Oct 29

250102-D02 250102-D50 250102-D51

NEW AND IMPROVED WAY TO RECEIVE RESIDENT RATES! Key Contact: Christine Pfau Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park

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COLOR GUIDE

Can occur during phase

Can occur during phase 7 with some modifications

Cannot occur during phase

Can occur virtually during phase

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SWIM LESSONS

Swim Lessons

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PRIVATE & Semi-Private SWIM LESSONS Ages 3 years & up Private Lessons Day Time TU/TH 3:15-3:45 pm TU/TH 4:00-4:30 pm TU/TH 4:45-5:15 pm TU/TH 5:30-6:00 pm TU/TH 6:15-6:45 pm

Fee w/Res ID $320/$256 $320/$256 $320/$256 $320/$256 $320/$256

Date Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25

Code 250162-A53 250162-A54 250162-A55 250162-A56 250162-A57

W W W W W

$160/$128 $160/$128 $160/$128 $160/$128 $160/$128

Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24

250162-A58 250162-A59 250162-A60 250162-A61 250162-A62

Semi-Private Babies T/TH 4:35-5:05 pm T/TH 5:30-6:00 pm

$86/$68 $86/$68

Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25

250102-A50 250102-A51

Semi-Private Swim School T/TH 4:30-5:10 pm T/TH 5:25-6:05 pm T/TH 6:20-7:00 pm

$194/$154 $194/$154 $194/$154

Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25

250112-A50 250112-A51 250112-A52

W W W

$97/$77 $97/$77 $97/$77

Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24

250112-A53 250112-A54 250112-A55

Semi-Private Stroke school T/TH 4:30-5:10 pm $194/$154 T/TH 5:25-6:05 pm $194/$154 T/TH 6:20-7:00 pm $194/$154

Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25 Feb 2-25

250122-A50 250122-A51 250122-A52

W W W

Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24 Feb 3-24

250122-A53 250112-A54 250112-A55

3:15-3:45 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:45-5:15 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 6:15-6:45 pm

4:30-5:10 pm 5:25-6:05 pm 6:20-7:00 pm

4:30-5:10 pm 5:25-6:05 pm 6:20-7:00 pm

$97/$77 $97/$77 $97/$77

Location: Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Christine Pfau

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Indoor Swim Lessons

FAQ

Will the instructors wear masks in the water? Yes. In an effort to keep our participants safe, our instructors will be wearing cloth face coverings and face shields when teaching. Do participants need to wear a mask during swim lessons? Children may wear a mask upon arrival and departure, but upon entering the pool, we ask that masks not be worn since children will have their faces in and out of the water which is not conducive to wearing a mask. How many people can accompany the child to lessons? When possible, please limit the number of people who accompany your child to lessons to 1 adult and only children who are taking lessons. This will help parents maintain appropriate social distancing. Younger siblings will need to stay with their guardian and remain socially distanced. Are face coverings required? Yes, the State of Illinois requires face coverings for all guests entering the facility. Face coverings are not recommended for persons while swimming or other activities where their face is submerged or immersed by water. Do I have to stay 6 feet apart from everyone? Yes, whenever possible, participants are required to follow social distancing guidelines while at Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park. Will the indoor locker rooms be available? The newly renovated Indoor aquatic locker rooms and family changing rooms will be available. We do encourage guests to come dressed and ready to swim and keep locker room use to a minimum at this time. How can I sign up for swim lessons? Lessons must be pre-registered online at bolingbrookparks. org or at one of our community centers.

Will my child be paired with participants from a different household? Yes, for semi-private lessons your child may be paired with another swimmer of similar ability. In addition, our babies classes will have a maximum of 5 babies and a parent/ guardian for each. How are you keeping the facility clean? Locker rooms, common areas and equipment will be sanitized after each lesson. Our staff use personal protective equipment when cleaning. Hand sanitizer will be provided at pool deck entry points, exit points and multiple places throughout the facility. Please use the hand sanitizer upon entering and leaving the facility. Can you guarantee I will not catch COVID-19? No, we cannot guarantee you will not catch COVID-19, however we are doing the best we can to keep the facility safe for you. What is the check-in procedure? • Enter through Door 15 the Swim Lessons Entrance. Please observe social distancing in the event of a line. Check in can begin 15 minutes before class start time. • Check-in will take place at the Aquatics Front Desk. There all guests will be asked to complete a wellness check. • The indoor locker rooms are available for changing. We ask that swimmers come ready and dressed in their swim suits. • Face masks are required when entering Pelican Harbor. • Participants may remove their mask while in the water, but it must we worn when not in the water. • We will have instructors ready to evaluate participants on the first day. The Swim Coordinator will match your child with an instructor based on ability. • Seating for guardians is spaced out to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

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• After swim lessons are over, participants will walk to their guardians.

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. 8 Water Slides Sand Playground

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On-Site Concessions Beach Volleyball

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HAPPY. HEALTHY. TOGETHER. EVENTS

Become healthier

JANUARY 1 NEW YEAR’S DAY

while having fun and

(Open 10:00 am-3:00 pm)

building relationships. The strength of our

FEBRUARY 1-28 RED TREAD MONTH 19 ROCKIN’ RED ZUMBA 29 LEAP INTO FITNESS FAMILY CHALLENGE

community makes for the best fitness experience that Bolingbrook has to offer at Lifestyles Fitness.

G ET START E D by signing up for a group fitness class or open time slot today at bolingbrookparks.org/fitness.

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Lifestyles Fitness Center . 200 Lindsey Lane

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Dance BOLINGBROOK PARK DISTRICT DANCER PROGRESSION:

• We care about your dancer and their progression through our program. Since each dancer progresses in different ways, decisions to advance to the next level will be determined by the instructor. We encourage each dancer to participate in a class for at least a year to master the skills taught in that class. • Age recommendations for our classes serve as guidelines for our registration process. Our instructors will work with your dancer and make the decision whether or not to advance them. • If you have any questions, please contact Kai Wahlgren at (630) 783-6532 or kwahlgren@bolingbrookparks.org and he will be happy to assist you in determining which level your dancer will succeed in.

• Gain confidence & express creativity & imagination • Our team finds joy in helping dancers reach their goals • Variety of classes for new & seasoned dancers of all ages

Everyone can

dance!

Bolingbrook Park District offers programs in these areas: After School

PLEASE NOTE: Instructors are required to wear a mask during programs. Participants may remove them while maintaining social distancing during programs.

Non-Competitive Adult Competitive (DanceForce)

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DANCE

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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!

PRE-BALLET

2 3 4

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. 3 years Day W

Time Location 10:15-11:00 am BRAC

Date Code Jan 13-Feb 24 213100-A40

4-6 years SA

9:00-9:45 am

Jan 16-Feb 27 213100-A44

BRAC

Fee: $95 w/Resident ID: $63 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

BALLET/TUMBLING

2 3 4

Ages 4-6 years Bend, stretch, point and flex! The grace of Ballet and flexibility of Tumbling come together in this energetic class! Useful and exciting props will also be used to engage the children in the learning process. Day TH SA

Time Location 11:15 am-12:00 pm BRAC 10:00-10:45 am ACC

Date Code Jan 14-Feb 24 213100-A56 Jan 16-Feb 27 213100-A57

Fee: $95 w/Resident ID: $63 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

BALLET, TAP, JAZZ COMBO CLASS

2 3 4

Ages 4-6 years This class is perfect for the beginner, allowing your child to explore different dance disciplines while learning basic techniques. The benefits of dance include enhanced self-esteem, improved coordination, and most of all, fun! Join us as we learn to plie’, jete’ and shuffle off to buffalo. Day: Saturday Time: 11:30 am-12:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $95 213100- A51 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 16-February 27 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren 12

BROADWAY BABIES

2 3 4

Ages 4-6 years Our littlest dancers will have a blast dancing to some of the most fun, kid-friendly Broadway smash hits. The experience will be enhanced by the use of exciting props that are not only fun to use but help to gain coordination and develop motor skills. Get ready to see your Broadway bound dancers dazzle you! Day: Saturday Time: 9:00-9:45 am Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $95 213100-A35 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 16-February 27 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

HIP HOPPIN’ TOTS

2 3 4

Ages 3-4 years Hip Hoppin’ Tots is keeping it ‘cool’ with our very highly sought-after Hip Hop-style classes for our youngest dancers. The youngest of dancers 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: 9:15-10:00 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $95 213100-A16 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 16-February 27 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

TIP TAPPIN’ KIDZ

2 3 4

Ages 5-6 years Love dancing and making music? This class will introduce the basics of classic tap dance to help build a great foundation to move into our youth level tap classes. Participants will begin to learn and understand rhythm, percussion, stylized movement, and of course build their tap skills to a new level. Day: Saturday Time: 11:00-11:45 am Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $95 213100-A71 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 16-February 27 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren


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Youth & Teen Dance Keep in mind: While the 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.

2 3 4

BALLET

Ages 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. Ages 7-12 Level Intro I/II II/III

Day SA M SA

Time 12:00-1:00 pm 4:15-5:15 pm 9:00-10:00 am

Location ACC BRAC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $95/$63 $68/$45 $95/$63

Date Jan 16-Feb 27 Jan 11-Feb 22 Jan 16-Feb 27

Code 213110-A00 213110-A10 213110-A20

12 years & up I II III/IV Adv. Tech

TH TU TH M

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC

$95/$63 $95/$63 $95/$63 $68/$45

Jan 14-Feb 25 Jan 12-Feb 23 Jan 14-Feb 25 Jan 11-Feb 22

213120-A10 213120-A20 213120-A30 213120-A50

No Class: January 18, February 15 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

JAZZ

2 3 4

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. • The prerequisite for Jazz 1 is Intro to Jazz. • Advancement to higher levels of training will require teacher recommendation and are based upon the mastering the skills necessary to advance. Ages 7-12 years Level Day II SA I M

Time 10:15-11:15 am 5:30-6:30 pm

Location BRAC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $95/$63 $68/$45

Date Jan 16-Feb 27 Jan 11-Feb 22

Code 213112-A11 213112-A12

Ages 12 & up I II III IV

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

BRAC BRAC BRAC BRAC

$95/$63 $95/$63 $95/$63 $95/$63

Jan 14-Feb 25 Jan 12-Feb 23 Jan 13-Feb 24 Jan 13-Feb 24

213122-A10 213122-A20 213122-A30 213122-A40

TH TU W W

No Class: January 18, February 15 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

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DANCE

LYRICAL

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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. Choosing a Level: • 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. • The prerequisite for Lyrical 1 is Intro to Lyrical. Ages 7-12 years Level Intro I

Day W TU

Time 4:30-5:30 pm 5:45-6:45 pm

Location ACC BRAC

Fee w/Res ID $95/$63 $95/$63

Dates Jan 13-Feb 24 Jan 12-Feb 23

Code 213113-A00 213113-A10

Ages 12 & up I/II

F

7:00-8:00 pm

BRAC

$95/$63

Jan 15-Feb 26

213123-A20

No Class: January 18, February 15 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

TAP

2 3 4

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 years Tap Day I M

Time 5:45-6:45 pm

Fee w/Res ID $68/$45

Date Jan 11-Feb 22

Code 213114-A10

Ages 12 years & up I/II M

7:00-8:00 pm

$68/$45

Jan 11-Feb 22

213124-A10

No Class: January 18, February 15 Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

HIP HOP

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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 and competing in hip hop battles in downtown Chicago. *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 years Hip Hop Day I S

Time 3:15-4:15 pm

Date Jan 16-Feb 27

Code 213111-A10

Ages 12 years & up I/II TH III/IV TH

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

Jan 14-Feb 25 Jan 14-Feb 25

213121-A10 213121-A30

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Ages 12 years & Up This class works on embellishing the acrobatic elements used on the dance stage. Enhance your back and leg flexibility while strengthening the muscle groups used to execute impressive tricks seen on television and stages worldwide. To enroll in Acro for Advanced Dancers, a dancer must also be enrolled in Teen Jazz level 2 and above. Day: Wednesday Time: 3:30-4:15pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $95 213125-A10 w/Resident ID: $63 Dates: January 13-February 25 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

BODY CONDITIONING FOR ADVANCED DANCERS

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Ages 12 years & up Improve strength, stability training, flexibility and injury prevention through a mix of Pilates, kinesiology exercises and classic personnel training techniques. To enroll in Body Conditioning, a dancer must also be enrolled in Teen Ballet Level 1 or above found on page 15. Day: Monday Time: 5:00-6:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $68 213120-A65 w/Resident ID: $45 Date: January 11-February 22 No Class: January 18, February 22 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

CONTEMPORARY

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 you would like to add choreography, the rates will vary depending on the instructor. To schedule your private lessons, call Kai Wahlgren at (630) 783-6532.

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Ages 13 years & Up Explore the most recent technique to develop in the dance world. Through a mix of jazz, ballet, modern and sometimes even break dancing, dancers will explore new ways to express and interpret the music. Level I/II III/IV

Day F W

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

Dates Jan 15-Feb 26 Jan 13-Feb 24

Code 213125-A32 213125-A35

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatics Complex Fee: $95 w/Resident ID: $63 No Class: January 18, February 15 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

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DANCE

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Adult Dance STRENGTH BALLET

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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. Day: Wednesday Time: 7:15-8:15 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $95 213130-A40 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 13-February 24 Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

R&B SOUL LINE DANCING

CHICAGO STYLE STEPPING

Day: Sunday Time: 3:30-5:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $70 213130-A00 w/Resident ID: $60 Dates: January 10-February 28 Instructor: Anthony Ray Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

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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: Tuesday Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $10 per drop in class POS: 213-P16 Date: January 12-February 23 Instructor: Belynda Head Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

BALLROOM DANCE

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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. Day: Friday Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $95 213130-A10 w/Resident ID: $63 Dates: January 15-February 26 Instructor: Norm Landrum Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

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Ages 18 years & up 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.

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ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCE

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Ages 18 years & up This class is designed for those who have completed the Beginning Ballroom Dance sessions and wish to continue. 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. Day: Friday Time: 8:00-9:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $95 213130-A20 w/Resident ID: $63 Dates: January 15-February 26 Instructor: Norm Landrum Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

JUST STRETCHING

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Ages 18 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 6 week winter/ spring sessions! Day: Thursday Time: 7:00-8:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $95 213130-A30 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 14-February 25 Instructor: Desiree Pepper-Venzant Key Contact: Kai Wahlgren

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DANCE

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BPD THEATRE COMPANY

Ages 6 years & up BPD Theatre Company will take your child’s imagination and talents to the next level! Ignite your child’s inner star and help them gain acting experience, create character work, and perform a 1 act play at the end of the fall. This session, we will be performing “When Bad Things Happen to Good Actors.” Every student enrolled in the class will receive a part in the play. Cold readings will be given out the first day of class and auditions will be held in class the first two weeks. A $12 t-shirt fee has been added to the fall session fees. Come be a part of BPD Theatre and watch your child’s artistic wings spread! Company Rising Star Shining Star

Age 6-8 9-16

Time 4:30-5:30 pm 6:00-7:45 pm

Code 213410-A10 213420-A20

Day: Thursday Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $195 w/Resident ID: $150 Dates: January 7- April 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

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Ages 8-16 years Want more ways to take your acting to the next level? This class will focus on using improv and imagination to broaden students’ capabilities on stage! Encouraged for children at any level of experience, this class will truly be an inspiring and fun way to build self-esteem, confidence and team work through ensemble building. Day: Wednesday Time: 6:00-7:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center - Rec Room Fee: $88 213490-A31 w/Resident ID: $63 Date: January 6-February 24 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

ACTING 101

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Ages 8-16 years Students will learn stage directions, demonstrate spatial awareness, and understand how actors use the three tools of an actor: face, body, and voice to prepare them to audition for all styles of shows. Day: Wednesday Time: 4:45-5:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center - Rec Room Fee: $88 213290-A61 w/Resident ID: $63 Dates: January 6-February 24 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

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Gymnastics & Cheer

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PARENT TINY TOTS

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Ages 6-17 months 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. Day: Friday Time: 10:00-10:45 am Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $106 211400-A00 w/ Resident ID: $74 Date: January 29-February 26 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

PARENT/TOT GYMNASTICS

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Ages 18-36 months Are you looking for an outlet for your toddler to release their endless amount 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 and eye coordination, as well as increase their strength, flexibility, listening, social skills and confidence. Day W TH SA

Preschool 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. We use 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.

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Time 10:00-10:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 9:00-9:45 am

Date Jan 27-Feb 24 Jan 28-Feb 25 Jan 30-Feb 27

Code 211405-A01 211405-A02 211405-A05

Fee: $106 w/Resident ID: $74 Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Laney Haupert

GYMNASTICS ATTIRE

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.


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PRESCHOOL GYMNASTICS

Ages 3-6 years Enroll your preschooler in the exciting world of gymnastics where their energy will be transformed into fun and their cognitive skills will be challenged. Confidence is an important part of 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, and clean atmosphere with complete viewing for our parents. Please Note: • Preschool One is for children who are new to gymnastics and is commonly repeated. • Preschool Two classes are recommended by an instructor. • Please make sure that children are potty trained and out of diapers. • Parents must stay during the entire class for emergency or bathroom purposes. 8 weeks (Mondays are only 7 weeks due to holidays) Preschool One Day Time Fee w/Res ID Date M 10:00-10:45 am $80/$60 Jan 25-Feb 22 TU 9:00-9:45 am $106/$74 Jan 26-Feb 23 W 9:00-9:45 am $106/$74 Jan 27-Feb 24 TH 4:00-4:45 pm $106/$74 Jan 28-Feb 25 SA 10:00-10:45 am $106/$74 Jan 30-Feb 27 Preschool Two Day Time M 9:00-9:45 am TU 10:00-10:45 am TU 4:00-4:45 pm W 11:00-11:45 am F 9:00-9:45 am SA 10:50-11:35 am

Fee w/Res ID $80/$60 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74

Date Jan 25-Feb 22 Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 27-Feb 24 Jan 29-Feb 26 Jan 30-Feb 27

Code 211410-A00 211410-A02 211410-A03 211410-A06 211410-A08

Code 211420-A00 211420-A01 211420-A02 211420-A03 211420-A06 211420-A07

PRESCHOOL ELITES

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Ages 4-6 years Preschool Elites is for our young, extremely talented female gymnasts. This class is for girls that have shown exceptional flexibility, strength and mature listening skills. This program historically has proven to assist the advanced preschool gymnasts onto a faster track to team. Day: Thursday Time: 4:00-4:45 pm Fee: $106 211430-A00 w/Resident ID: $74 Date: January 26-February 25 Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Laney Haupert

PRESCHOOL TUMBLING

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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 F

Time Fee w/Res ID 1:00-1:45 pm $60/$44 11:00-11:45 am $106/$74

Date Jan 25-Feb 22 Jan 29-Feb 26

Code 211445-A00 211445-A02

Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Laney Haupert No Class: February 15

Location: Annerino Community Center No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

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GYMNASTICS & CHEER

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DEVELOPMENTAL GYMNASTICS

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Ages 6-13 years 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. Please note: • 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. • Pre-developmental is designed for 5-year-olds who are in school all day. • Suggested gymnastics attire • Gymnasts that are signed up for Dev. III or higher are required to wear a leotard or biketard for their safety due to the skill level. • Please wear a leotard or comfortable pants/shorts. • No jean, 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.

Youth Gymnastics 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 and burn plenty of energy!

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Pre-Dev Day Time W 5:00-6:00 pm D-I M 4:00-5:00 pm W 4:00-5:00 pm TH 5:30-6:30 pm SA 1:00-2:00 pm D-II TU 6:00-7:00pm W 5:00-6:00 pm F 4:00-5:00 pm SA 1:00-2:00 pm D-III M 5:00-6:15 pm TU 4:00-5:15 pm SA 11:45 am-1:00 pm D-IV M/W 6:30-8:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID Date $106/$74 Jan 27-Feb 24

Code 211500-A00

$88/$60 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74

Jan 25-Feb 22 Jan 27-Feb 24 Jan 28-Feb 25 Jan 30-Feb 27

211510-A00 211510-A01 211510-A02 211510-A04

$106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74

Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 27-Feb 24 Jan 29-Feb 26 Jan 30-Feb 27

211520-A00 211520-A01 211520-A02 211520-A03

$110/$79 $123/$83 $123/$83

Jan 25-Feb 22 Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 30-Feb 27

211530-A00 211530-A01 211530-A03

$159/$120

Jan 25-Feb 24

211540-A00

Location: Annerino Community Center No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert


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BEGINNING TUMBLING

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Day TU SA

Date Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 30-Feb 27

Ages 6-13 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. Time 5:00-5:45 pm 10:30-11:15 am

Code 211550-A00 211550-A01

Fee: $80 w/Resident ID: $52 Location: Annerino Community Center Key Contact: Laney Haupert

TUMBLING

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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. Day: Monday and Wednesday Time: 6:30-7:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $126 211551-A00 w/Resident ID: $89 Date: January 25-February 24 Instructor: Gymnastics & Cheer Staff No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

“MORE BARS� CLASS

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Ages 6-13 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 Day: Saturday Time: 2:00-3:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $106 211555-A00 w/Resident ID: $74 Date: January 30-February 27 Instructor: Gymnastics Staff Key Contact: Laney Haupert

BOLINGBROOK ILLUSIONS TEAMS

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Ages 6-18 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. Team leotards, warm ups, grips (optional), meet fees, and an annual IPDGC membership fee of $20.00, and tape are additional fees beyond class registration. Level Days

Time

Fee w/Res ID 2/3 M/W 5:00-8:00 pm $170/$149 4/5-8 M/W/F 5:15-8:15 pm $213/$170

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Jan 25-Feb 24 211620-A00 Jan 25-Feb 26 211650-A00

Location: Annerino Community Center No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

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GYMNASTICS & CHEER

CHEERLEADING - LEVEL 1

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Ages 4-8 years This is a non-competitive, introductory class for younger athletes. This class will teach the basics of all-star 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. Day: Tuesday Time: 4:00-4:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $106 211200-A00 w/Resident ID: $74 Date: January 26-February 23 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

CHEERLEADING - LEVEL 2

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Ages 8-13 years This is a non-competitive, introductory class for athletes. This class will teach the basics of all-star cheerleading and build confidence, strength, coordination and flexibility. Jumps, hand motions, dance, tumbling and stunting will be taught, as well as the importance of teamwork. Day: Wednesday Time: 4:00-4:45 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $106 211205-A00 w/Resident ID: $74 Date: January 27-February 24 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

CHEERLEADING - LEVEL 3

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Ages 5-13 years The class will focus on improving tumbling, jumps and stunts 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. Day: Monday Time: 4:00-5:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $134 Code: 211210-A00 w/Resident ID: $85 Date: January 25-February 22 No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

2 3 4 PRIVATE & SEMI PRIVATE GYMNASTICS LESSONS

Gymnastics & tumbling lessons are available for students currently enrolled in classes but looking for additional one-onone instruction. Private lessons are especially effective when a student is trying to master a new skill or just needs some one-onone help. Private lessons are for 1/2 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 For more information contact Laney Haupert at (630) 783-6518

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LIL’ NINJAS

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Ages 3 1/2 - 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. 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. Day M TU W SA SA

Time 2:00-2:45 pm 10:00-10:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 10:00-10:45 2:00-2:45 pm

Fee w/Res ID $89/$65 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74 $106/$74

Date Jan 25-Feb 22 Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 27-Feb 24 Jan 30-Feb 27 Jan 30-Feb 27

Code 211310-A01 211310-A02 211310-A03 211310-A09 211310-A10

No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

NINJAS

Strength . Agility . Flexibility . Respect . Confidence

BABY NINJAS

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Ages 18-42 months Baby Ninjas is a more structured playtime, where high energy is coupled with the beginning phases of learning to follow new instructions, socialization, and character building. We are inviting all the babies to get moving and unleash their Ninja powers! Be the first to discover this thrilling program! Day M F

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

Fee w/Res ID Date Code $89/$65 Jan 25-Feb 22 211300-A01 $106/$74 Jan 27-Feb 26 211300-A03

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Ages 6-13 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. White Day Time

Date

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Jan 25-Jan 27 Jan 28-Feb 25 Jan 30-Feb 27

211320-A00 211320-A02 211320-A03

Yellow TU 6:00-7:00 pm $111/$75 SA 11:00 am-12:00 pm $111/$75

Jan 26-Feb 23 Jan 30-Feb 27

211332-A01 211332-A03

Green SA 12:00-1:00 pm

Jan 30-Feb 27

211341-A00

M TH SA

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

Fee w/Res ID $93/$64 $111/$75 $111/$75

$111/$75

Location: Annerino Community Center No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

Location: Annerino Community Center No Class: February 15

PLEASE NOTE: Each Lil Ninja is required to purchase a uniform package prior to the start of class which includes a t-shirt and headband. Lil Ninjas should wear their uniform consistently once it is received. The non-refundable uniform can be purchased at www.bolingbrook pa r ks.org/N inj a Zon e. 25


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Archery

PLEASE NOTE: Archery classes will take place at the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex during this session

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Learn the basics of the sport of archery or refine your skill. We have classes for all levels. We have USA Archery Certified instructors teaching this class and participants will learn on universal compound bows.

BEGINNER ARCHERY

Criteria listed below must be met before participant can move up to the next level. This is determined by the instructor. All new participants must start at the beginner level.

Day: Saturday Time: 10:00-11:00 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $35 300500-A01 Date: January 9, 16, 23 Key Contact: John Chase

Beginner - Demonstrate knowledge of range and equipment safety. Be able to nock arrow indicator fletching out, extend bow arm and hold bow vertical for 10 seconds, and draw to correct anchor without external help. Intermediate - Demonstrate and be able to explain aspects of range and equipment safety to the instructor. Be able to hit the target consistently and be able to determine based on where arrows hit how their aim needs to change and how to change it.

Ages 7 years & up Learn the basics of the sport or archery, including parts of the bow and arrow, proper stance, how to aim, and work on getting that bullseye! We have certified archery instructors teaching this class and participants will learn on Genesis compound bows. Children and adults alike are welcome to sign up!

INTERMEDIATE ARCHERY

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Ages 7 years & up Know how to hold a bow, but need help working on that perfect shot? Join our certified archery instructors as they give you pointers to help your stance and aim to finally get that bulls eye! Bring your own bow or use one of ours! Children and adults alike are welcome to sign up! Must have passed all criteria of Beginner Archery. Day: Saturday Time: 11:30 am-12:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $35 300500-A03 Date: January 9, 16, 23 Key Contact: John Chase 27


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Nature Programs WINTER BIRDING

WINTER SURVIVAL

Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-2:30 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 300120-A09 w/Resident ID: $5 Date: January 9 Key Contact: John Chase

Day: Saturday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $9 300525-A01 w/Resident ID: $6 Date: February 20 Key Contact: John Chase

OUTER SPACE EXPLORATION

ROCKS ROCK!

All ages welcome Not all birds fly South for the winter. Take a walk through our trails with a Naturalist hunting for and learning about chickadees, nuthatches, woodpeckers, and other species regularly found in our area in the colder months.

All ages welcome Explore space and find out what life would be like on another planet. Activities include some out of this world games and crafts. Learn why the sun is yellow, how big Jupiter is, and what a year is like on Pluto! Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-2:30 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 300130-A01 w/ Resident ID: $5 Date: January 23 Key Contact: John Chase

Ages 6-13 years Animals are able to survive outside all winter and so are you! Explore the ways humans have adapted to winter. Test your survival skills by building a campfire and roasting your own s’more. Dress for indoor and outdoor activities.

All ages welcome Learn about different types of rock, how they were formed, and find the mysteries inside some rocks. We’ve even crack into some geodes with a hammer to find treasures! Day: Sunday Time: 1:00-2:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Fee: $8 300120-A08 Resident ID: $5 Date: February 27 Key Contact: John Chase

SNOWSHOE ADVENTURE

Ages 6 years & up Hike through the trails of the Hidden Oaks Conservation Area while trying the sport of snowshoeing! If there is no snow, the program will be a hike. Day: Saturday Time: 10:00-11:30 am Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center - Pavilion Fee: $9 300540-A01 w/Resident ID: $6 Date: February 13 Key Contact: John Chase

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.

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Early Childhood ZUMBINI

2 3 4

Ages 0-4 years 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 TH SU

Time 11:45 am-12:30 pm 10:00 am-10:45 am

Location BRAC ACC

Date Jan 14-Mar 10 Jan 17-Mar 14

Code 251116-A01 251116-A02

Fee: $72 w/Resident ID: $90 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

2 3 4

PRESCHOOL PRACTICE

Ages 3-4 years This class provides your child with opportunities to practice writing with pencils, using scissors, walking in a line, and sitting for group time. A focus will be placed on math and language concepts. In addition, social skills such as listening and following instructions will be given priority to help children move easily into in-person schooling. Day M W SA

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

Fee w/Res ID $60/$40 $90/$60 $90/$60

Date Jan 25-Feb 22 Jan 20-Feb 24 Jan 23-Feb 27

Code 215132-A21 215132-A22 215132-A23

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Christy Sorenson No Class: February 15 Registration Deadline: January 17, 20 & 21

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These classes will provide fun for your child, either with a parent or without! Our goal is to provide a structured program that provides a safe and fun learning experience for children ages 12 months-5 years old.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

LITTLE LEARNERS - A preschool preparation program

2 3 4

Ages 2 years Play has a vital role in your child’s early development and is a useful tool to ease parent/child separation anxiety in preparation for preschool. Our Little Learners program offers children opportunities for growth through a balance of child-led and teacher-guided play. Classes include time for developmentally appropriate art, sensory exploration, story time, and creative movement. Curriculum is based on the Illinois Early Learning Guidelines for children birth to age three. PARENT NOTES: • Please dress your child in play clothes • Children do not have to be toilet trained for these classes. • We request that you remain in the building during these classes. • It is recommended that classes be taken in order, but children can be enrolled at any level. • All classes can be taken multiple times. • Little Learners 1 are adult/child classes in which adults are encouraged to participate. • Little Learners 2 & 3 are child-only classes that increase in time and activity with each level. Day TU TU TU TH TH

Little Learners 1 2 3 1 2

Ages 2 w/adult 2 2 2 w/adult 2

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

Fee w/Res ID $63/$42 $90/$60 $117/$78 $63/$42 $90/$60

Date Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 21-Feb 25 Jan 21-Feb 25

Code 215201-A01 215202-A01 215203-A01 215201-A02 215202-A02

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 14 & 17

SMART ART - WINTER MASTERPIECES

2 3 4

Ages 3 ½-5 ½ years When children create with their hands and minds, they learn how to control more of their world. Our time together focuses on using different art mediums to create 2D and 3D artwork while exploring the work of accomplished local and international artists. Time will be spent outdoors as the weather permits. Day: Monday Time: 11:00-11:45 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $60 w/Resident ID: $40 215132-A05 Date: January 25-February 22 No Class: February 15 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 21

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2 3 4

ADVENTURES IN IMAGINATION

Ages 4-5 years We invite your child to the wonderful world of make-believe. During our time together we will use our imaginations to whoosh to the stars as an astronaut, zip through the skies as a pilot, discover undersea treasures as a scuba diver, and follow the trail of the dinosaurs. A different theme for each week will help your child transform into a hero in a fun-filled search for knowledge.

Day: Monday Time: 3:30-4:15 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $60 215131-A50 w/Resident ID: $40 Date: January 25-February 22 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson No Class: February 15 Registration Deadline: January 20

2 3 4

TODDLER TIME - MINI MATH

Ages 18-24 months w/adult Children are naturally motivated to play but adults don’t always understand why. Your child will get to play while you learn how playbased learning will help enhance your child’s level of social, physical, and intellectual development. You and your child will explore ageappropriate math concepts through games, art, songs, and stories. Day W SA

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

Date Feb 3-Feb 24 Feb 6-Feb 27

Code 215111-A20 215111-A21

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $42 w/Resident ID: $28 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 31, February 3

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WACKY WEDNESDAYS

Ages 3-5 years Does your child love to laugh? Children will giggle themselves silly and make new friends as they play goofy games and create crazy crafts. Children can come dressed according to each day’s theme. Class Dr. Seuss Day Halloween Costume Day Backward Day

Date Jan 20 Feb 3 Feb 17

Code 215140-A60 215140-A61 215140-A62

Day: Wednesday Time: 3:30-4:15 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $21 w/Resident ID: $14 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 17, 31, February 14

2 3 4

LAUGH AND LEARN

Ages 3-4 years We invite your little ones to laugh as they learn in this ongoing series. We will spend time with activities and games focusing on numbers, shapes, letters, scissors, and science. Give your future Einstein’s a head-start on learning the fundamental theories that make the world go round. Class Crazy Counting Shape Charades

Date Jan 22-Feb 5 Feb 12-Feb 26

Code 215132-A50 215132-A51

Day: Friday Time: 9:30-10:15 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $45 w/Resident ID: $30 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 18, February 8

FUN FRIDAYS

2 3 4

Class Halfway to Summer Healthy Little Hearts Princess Playdate

Date Jan 29 Feb 12 Feb 26

Ages 3-5 years Let us show your child where the fun is. We will play active games, create crafts, and use music to highlight a different theme each week. If weather permits, we will take our fun outdoors. Your child can wear play clothes or costumes that fit each theme. Code 215140-A01 215140-A02 215140-A03

Day: Friday Time: 11:00-11:45 am Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $21 w/Resident ID: $14 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 25, February 8, 22 31


EARLY CHILDHOOD

PRESCHOOL PAJAMA PARTY

2 3 4

KID ROCK

Code 215150-A16 215150-A17

Date Jan-14-Feb 18 Feb 25-Mar 25

Ages 3-6 years Drop your child off to play while you enjoy a stress-free evening out. Children will spend a fun evening with friends enjoying activities and games based on a different theme each day. Children can wear pajamas, costumes, or play clothes. Children should bring a nut free snack with them. Children must be toilet trained to attend this program. Class Indoor Campout Fun with Football

Date Jan 15 Feb 5

Day: Friday Time: 5:30-7:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $37 for first child/$18 for each additional child w/Resident ID: $25 for first child/$12 for each additional child Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 11, February 1

2 3 4

SCIENCE SATURDAYS

Ages 3 ½ -5 ½ years Children will use chemistry to make a snack, physics to play games, and earth science to learn about our living world. Join us for these Saturday mornings filled with science and fun. Date Jan 30 Feb 20

Code 215150-A40 215150-A41

Day: Saturday Time: 11:15 am-12:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $21 w/Resident ID: $14 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 25, February 15

TOT ROCK

2 3 4

Ages 1 year w/adult Maracas and clackers and tambourines, too; it’s musical fun just for you. Tot rock is a unique music and learning program designed specifically for 1 year olds. Each session focuses on a new educational theme that incorporates hand held instruments, play props, sensory integration, coordination exercises, and socialization. Structured and unstructured time is included in each class. Sing, dance and play today. Date Jan-14-Feb 18 Feb 25-Mar 25

Code 215151-A20 215151-A21

Day: Thursday Time: 9:30-10:10 am Location: Romeoville Recreation Center (900 W. Romeo Rd.) Fee: $97 w/Resident ID: $65 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson 32

2 3 4

Ages 2-3 years w/parent Make it a musical day. Kid Rock is a music and movement program designed to stimulate development through interactive play. Fine and gross motor skills are improved through imagination exercises and by using rhythm instruments and movement props such as tambourines, maracas, scarves, and a parachute. Each session focuses on a new educational theme. Sing, dance and play today. Code 215151-A24 215151-A25

Day: Thursday Time: 10:15-10:55 am Location: Romeoville Recreation Center (900 W. Romeo Rd.) Fee: $97 w/Resident ID: $65 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

HOMESCHOOL PE

2 3 4

Ages 4-18 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. Date Jan 14-Feb 18 Mar 4-Apr 8

Code 215151-A01 215151-A02

Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-2:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $54 for 1st child/$44 for each additional child w/Resident ID: $36 for 1st child/$26 for each additional child Instructor: Marilyn Bartels Key Contact: Christy Sorenson


Athletics JUNIOR BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Ages 5-8 years Participants will learn fundamentals and skills required to play the game of basketball in a team environment on 8ft hoops. All players will be placed on teams by the park district and team shirts will be provided. Schedule: • The first three weeks, teams will have one practice during the week for one hour. Practices are either on Tuesdays or Thursdays between 5:00-8:00 pm (Participants will note what night they prefer and time upon registering.) • The following five weeks, teams will practice once a week and play games on Sundays between 2:00-6:00 pm Age 5-6 7-8

Code 200700-A01 200700-A02

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. Date Code Jan 5-Mar 23 200532-A01 Jan 9-Mar 27 200532-A02

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $212 w/Resident ID: $141 Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

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Level Beginner/White Belt Yellow Belt & Above

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

Date Jan 22-Mar 12 Jan 22-Mar 12

Code 200545-A01 200545-A02

KUNG FU FOR KIDS - VIRTUAL PROGRAM

PRE-KARATE

Time 4:00-4:45 pm 9:30-10:15 am

Ages 5 years & up Students will learn self-defense as well as improving each student’s self-confidence, discipline, coordination, physical and mental capabilities. Testing fee is $60 and includes the belt and materials. This program is instructed by Grandmaster H. Thomas Cameron. He is an 8th degree black belt with 47 years of experience. He was inducted into the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame as the 2018 Grandmaster of the year and has recently been included in the book “The World’s Greatest Living Martial Artists.” Please wear athletic clothes, no jeans.

Day: Friday Location: Annerino Center Fee: $90 w/Resident ID: $60 Instructor: Grand Master H. Thomas Cameron Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $90 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 26-March 14 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

Level Day Beginner/Continuer TU Beginner/Adv SA

TAE KWON DO

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Ages 4-8 years Build character and personal achievement in a fun way that’s not through aggression and competition. Students earn increasingly higher belts as they progress in knowledge and abilities. Virtual classes will include a means for questions and answers and bonus material such as emailed handouts and access to videos that provide further instruction and the ability for home practice. Level 1 students begin with simple exercises and routines that develop confidence and self- discipline as well as build coordination and strength. Level: Beginner/Level 1 Day: Saturday Time: 9:00-9:50 am Location: Virtual Program Fee: $90 200549-A03 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 9-February 13 Registration Deadline: January 6 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

Our NEW in-house program offers a wide variety of sports. Coaches are hired and trained by our staff to give you and your athlete the highest quality experience.

MICRO-SOCCER

Participants will learn the fundamentals of soccer through drills and games including: dribbling, shooting, passing, rules of soccer, sportsmanship & fun! This developmental soccer program will have the little ones moving. Playing soccer promotes cardiovascular health, builds strength, flexibility, and endurance. Team work, social interaction, and gross motor development are also emphasized.

T-BALL

T-ball helps gain greater balance and control which improves player’s overall skill. Participants will learn the fundamentals of t-ball through drills and games including: how to properly hit, throw, catch, run bases, rules of t-ball, sportsmanship & fun!

OUTDOORS:

2 3 4

Class Junior Basketball Micro Soccer Parent-Tot Sports Mania T-Ball Parent-Tot Sports Mania T-Ball Micro-Soccer Junior Basketball

INDOORS: Age 4-6 3-6 2-3 3-6 2-3 3-6 3-6 4-6

Day M TU W W SA SA SA SA

JUNIOR BASKETBALL

Slam Dunk! Basketball is a brisk sport that involves running, jumping, develops muscles, and teamwork. Players will enjoy making new friends and learning the game of basketball through drills and games including: dribbling, shooting, passing, rebounding, sportsmanship & fun!

TRACK & FIELD

Running and jumping helps develop muscles to improve balance, strength, and conditioning. Preparation and individual achievement are a major focus of track and field. Participants will learn the fundamentals of track & field and proper running form through sprints, relays, games, long-distance running, hurdles, long jump, sportsmanship & fun!

PARENT VS KID SPORTS MANIA

Are you and your kid ready for a challenge? Parents and kids will review the fundamentals of different sports each week through drills and games (parents vs kids of course!). Each week will feature a different sport. The first half of the class will be drills and the second half will be scrimmage games. Please Note: All classes for ages 3-6 will require parent participation to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

2 3 4 Date Jan 18-Feb 22 Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 20-Feb 24 Jan 20-Feb 24 Jan 23-Feb 27 Jan 23-Feb 27 Jan 23-Feb 27 Jan 23-Feb 27

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Time 5:00-5:45pm 5:00-5:45pm 5:15-5:45pm 6:00-6:45pm 10-10:30am 10:45-11:30am 11:45 am–12:30 pm 12:45–1:30pm

Fee w/Res ID $74/$49 $74/$49 $51/$34 $74/$49 $51/$34 $74/$49 $74/$49 $74/$49

Code 200516-A25 200516-A01 200511-A01 200516-A15 200511-A02 200516-A16 200516-A02 200521-A26


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.

3 YEAR OLD PROGRAM

This program nurtures a 3 year old’s social and emotional growth, and provides a curriculum focusing on letters, numbers, shapes and colors, and the beginning stages of writing. This class runs 2 days per week. Our 3 Year-Old Preschool Plus Spanish program exposes children to both English and Spanish preschool concepts. Looking for a 3 day per week program?

4 YEAR OLD PROGRAM

Children will 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. Our 4-Year-Old Plus Spanish class exposes children to both English and Spanish with regards to preschool concepts.

PRE-K PROGRAM

The Pre-K program is designed for children 4½-5 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 pre-literacy, math, self-expression skills and class projects. Bi-monthly field trips, science lab time and cooking are built into the cost of the class.

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PRESCHOOL

Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year is Currently Available!

Registration Process FOR THE 2020-2021 PRESCHOOL YEAR

2 3 4 Stepping Stones Classes at Annerino Community Center Day Time Payment (1 of 9) Total for Year (Fee w/Res ID) (Fee w/Res ID) 3 Year Old Program M/W 9:05-11:35 am $136/$109 $1224/$981 4 Year Old Program M/W/F 9:05-11:35 am $203/$163 $1827/$1467

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214103-F01 214104-F01

Stepping Stones Classes at Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Soon 2B3 Program TU/TH 9:35-11:35am $115/$92 $1035/$828 214202-F01 4 Year Old Program M/W/F 9:05-11:35 am $203/$163 $1827/$1467 214204-F01 Seedlings Classes at Hidden Oaks Nature Center 3 Year Old Program TU/TH 9:05-11:35 am $136/$109 $1224/$981 4 Year Old Program M/W/F 9:05-11:35 am $203/$163 $1827/$1467 M/W/F 9:05-11:35 am $203/$163 $1827/$1467

214303-F01 214304-F01 214304-F02

To register, please visit one of the three locations listed below to pick up your registration packet: • Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex (200 Lindsey Ln.) • Annerino Community Center (201 Recreation Dr.) Registration Packets Include: • Registration Form • Payment Agreement Form • Detailed Information about Preschool with Important Dates to Remember Please Note: Registration must be done at one of the facilities listed above • There is a $75 non-refundable registration fee. This is separate from preschool tuition. Preschool tuition can be made in two ways: Paid in full all at the time of registration or done through our automated ACH which deducts the monthly amount from a checking account each month September 10-May 10 of the school year. • After you’ve completed your registration forms, you will receive an email from ePact to fill out the remaining emergency forms. The email that is entered into our Rec Trac system is the email that ePact will use to send the registration link. Registration is not complete until the ePact forms are completed. Notes: There is a $100 sibling discount for families with multiple children enrolled.

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For any inquiries please contact: Christy Sorenson at (630) 783-6643


Youth

CHECKMATE CHESS

2 3 4

Ages 5-13 years 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 coach. Students will compete to win prizes at the end of the session. Day: Monday Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $133 200324-A01 w/Resident ID: $89 Date: February 1-March 8 Instructor: Chess Scholars Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LET’S BUILD IT: CHAIN REACTIONS IN ACTION

2 3 4

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. Day: Wednesday Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $178 200234-A05 w/Resident ID: $119 Date: January 20-February 24 Instructor: Afterschool Enrichment Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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YOUTH LEGO ROBOTICS ACADEMY

2 3 4

Ages 6-14 years The LEGO Robotics Academy is a comprehensive, repeatable after school program where children learn to design, build, and program robots. Using a creative educational approach that supports Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this class is led by teacher-led instruction followed by fun, engaging and dynamic activities. The Robotics Academy is a repeatable program where children are placed based on skill and experience. Day: Wednesday Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $90 200320-A12 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 20-February 10 Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

RACE CAR ENGINEERING ACADEMY

2 3 4

Ages 10-16 years This new STEM curriculum that teaches students all about how race cars work, gear ratios, motors, servos, steering mechanisms, etc. We have two models of cars for different age groups to use. Each student will be able to configure, design and drive a radio-controlled race car. This curriculum leads up to a new competition in the area using these cars. Day: Wednesday Time: 6:45-7:45 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $90 200320-A21 w/Resident ID: $60 Date: January 20-February 10 Time: 6:45-7:45 pm Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

LEARN AND PERFORM MAGIC TRICKS

2 3 4

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 will learn age-appropriate tricks. Take this class multiple times to learn more tricks! Day: Thursday Time: 5:00-5:55 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $30 200316-A01 w/Resident ID: $20 Date: February 11 Instructor: The Magic Team of Gary Kantor Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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SCIENCE MADE FUN

2 3 4

Ages 6-12 years During this 4 week class session children will participate in four different STEAM activities. All activities are hands-on with different experiments each week. • Volcanoes - Become a volcanologist and discover the Ring of Fire by exploring the awesome world of volcanoes as we move magma and erupt them. • Mission Control - Hop on a spinning gyroscope. Eat real astronaut ice cream and stand by for a real rocket launch. • Dinosaur Daze - Join a paleontologist as we become a plant eater. Discover how big the dinosaurs were as we do a cool volume experiment. We will learn about layering and you might even uncover a triceratops’s skull. • Crazy Chemical Concoctions – Take wacky adventure through all kinds of cool and crazy chemical reactions. Make colors explode and keep your crazy concoction. Day: Thursday Time: 5:30-6:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $185 200316-A25 w/Resident ID: $125 Date: January 14-February 11 Instructor: Victoria Harris of High Touch - High Tech CHI Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

YOUTH CARDIO KICKBOXING

2 3 4

Ages 11-15 years his MMA (mixed martial arts) inspired strength and conditioning class will incorporate punching and kicking combinations, as well as upper and lower body strength work to work your entire body. Class will be taught by LifeStyles Fitness Center instructor, Emily Janus. Day: Monday Time: 3:15-4:00 pm Fee: $64 251115-A01 w/Resident ID: $48 Date: January 4-February 22 Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

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YOUTH KARATE

Ages 8-14 years Children increase their coordination, agility, strength straining, 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)

Day TU TU TU SA SA SA SA SA

Time 5:00-5:55 pm 6:10-7:05 pm 7:20-8:15 pm 10:30-11:30 am 11:45 am-12:45 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 2:15-3:15 pm 3:30-4:30 pm

Date Jan 5-Mar 23 Jan 5-Mar 23 Jan 5-Mar 23 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27

Code 200536-A01 200536-A02 200536-A03 200536-A04 200536-A05 200536-A06 200536-A07 200536-A08

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $212 w/Resident ID: $141 Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

PARENT CHILD KARATE

Ages 7 years & up This is 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)

Day TU TU TU SA SA SA SA SA

Time 5:00-5:55 pm 6:10-7:05 pm 7:20-8:15 pm 10:30-11:30 am 11:45 am-12:45 pm 1:00-2:00 pm 2:15-3:15 pm 3:30-4:30 pm

Date Jan 5-Mar 23 Jan 5-Mar 23 Jan 5-Mar 23 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27 Jan 9-Mar 27

Code 200534-A01 200534-A02 200534-A03 200534-A04 200534-A05 200534-A06 200534-A07 200534-A08

Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $212 w/Resident ID: $141 Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

MODERN ARNIS FILIPINO MARTIAL ARTS

Ages 6 years & up Modern Arnis emphasizes the use of sticks, knives and empty hand techniques. It 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 6-16

Day TU TU SA SA TU & SA

17 & up

TU & SA

Time 6:00-7:00 pm 6:00-8:00 pm 9:30-10:30 am 10:45 am-12:45 pm TU - 6:00-7:00 pm & SA - 9:30 am-10:30 am TU - 6:00-8:00 pm & SA - 10:30 am-12:30 pm

Date Jan 12-Mar 23 Jan 12-Mar 23 Jan 16-Mar 20 Jan 16-Mar 20 Jan 12-Mar 23

Fee w/Res ID $117/$78 $219/$148 $117/$78 $219/$148 $176/$117

Code 200542-A01 200544-A01 200542-A02 200544-AD2 200542-A03

Jan 12-Mar 23

$333/$222

200544-A03

No Class: February 23 & March 16 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: Ryan Kertson

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YOUTH

Our NEW in-house program offers a wide variety of sports. Coaches are hired and trained by our staff to give you and your athlete the highest quality experience.

SPORTS MANIA

VOLLEYBALL

Has your kid wanted to try different sports? Sports are great for enhancing gross motor skills. In addition to the physical benefits of being active, sports build self-confidence and self-esteem. Participants will learn the basics of soccer, t-ball, basketball, football, floor hockey, and more. Each class is different and will emphasize teamwork, sportsmanship & fun!

Your child will learn the game through drills and scrimmages including development of bumping, setting, passing, serving, scoring, rules of the game, sportsmanship, & fun! All sizes and abilities can adapt to volleyball with quality instruction.

FLOOR HOCKEY

This class is extremely fun and participants learn the fundamentals of hockey. This is a great opportunity to see if your child loves hockey before making that lifelong commitment. Participants will learn floor hockey through drills and games including passing, scoring, shooting, puck handling, offense/defense positions, sportsmanship & fun!

BASKETBALL

Buzzer Beater! Are you looking to take your basketball game to the next level? Skill progression continues while promoting physical health. Participants will learn the fundamentals of basketball through drills and games including dribbling, shooting, passing, rebounding, offensive and defensive positioning, sportsmanship & fun!

OUTDOORS:

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Class Basketball Basketball Sports Mania Parent vs Kids Sports Mania Floor Hockey Volleyball

INDOORS:

Age 7-9 10-13 6-9 10 & up w/parent 7-12 7-12

PARENT VS KID SPORTS MANIA

Are you and your kid ready for a challenge? Parents and kids will review the fundamentals of different sports each week through drills and games (parents vs kids of course!). Each week will feature a different sport. The first half of the class will be drills and the second half will be scrimmage games.

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Day M M TU TU W SA

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

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Date Jan 18-Feb 22 Jan 18-Feb 22 Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 20-Feb 24 Jan 23-Feb 27

Time 6:00-6:45 pm 7:00-7:45 pm 6:00-6:45 pm 7:00-8:00 pm 7:00-7:45 pm 2:00-2:45 pm

Fee w/Res ID $74/$49 $74/$49 $74/$49 $96/$64 $74/$49 $74/$49

Code 200521-A30 200521-A31 200516-A50 200521-A80 200521-A70 200521-A40


Purchase a Bolingbrook Park District Gift Card! Gift cards can be found at any park district facility.

DONATE USED GLASSES & MORE! • • • •

EYEGLASSES HEARING AIDS INK CARTRIDGES CELL PHONES

Supplied bythe Bolingbrook Lions Club. Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex 200 S. Lindsey Ln. Annerino Community Center 201 Recreation Dr. Check bolingbrooklions.org for membership information!

Are you looking for assistance from a Spanish speaking Customer Care Representative? Bolingbrook Park District has Spanish Ambassadors ready to help our Spanish speaking residents. Below are two options for contacting them. Phone: (630) 783-6688 Email: spanishinfo@bolingbrookparks.org

Spanish Ambassadors Information

¿Está buscando ayuda de un representante de Servicio al Cliente que hable Español? El Distrito de Parques de Bolingbrook tiene representantes que están listos para ayudarle. Para contactar a un representante favor de comunicarse al: Teléfono: (630) 783-6688 Correo electrónico: spanishinfo@bolingbrookparks.org

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Adults A PERFECT PAIR-GLOSS ENAMEL PAINTING

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Ages 16 years & up Expand your painting horizons with a fun acrylic technique. Using gloss enamel paint, you will create each project on an appropriate glass piece specific to that project, including candle holders, candy dishes, glasses and more. At the end of each class you will be able to take the finished piece home with you to bake in the oven. Fee includes all supplies and instructions. Time 2:00-4:00 pm 6:30-8:30 pm

Code 200210-A20 200210-A21

Day: Wednesday Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $23 w/Resident ID: $18 Date: February 10 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: February 7

WINTER BEAUTY CANVAS PAINTING

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Ages 16 years & up Paint a wonderful design on canvas. Using a pattern as your guide, you will create a piece using acrylic paints. Each class will feature a different design. Your own unique vision will help you to apply color to make each piece uniquely your own. Projects will be completed and ready to display when you leave that evening. Fee includes all supplies and instruction. Time 1:00-4:00 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

Code 200210-A40 200210-A41

Day: Wednesday Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $30 w/Resident ID: $24 Date: January 13 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson Registration Deadline: January 10

GET ACTIVE EXPERIENCE A NEW ADVENTURE . LEARN A NEW SKILL GET OUTDOORS

COLOR GUIDE

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FIRED CERAMIC WORKSHOPS

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MEN’S SPRING FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Ages 16 years & up Create a ceramic piece on bisque using various techniques and glaze products. Basic instructions will guide you through the project with options on each project. Using your vision and creativity you will customize your design and make it your own! Each workshop piece will be completed during one evening. The piece will then be fired and ready for pickup in approximately a week. Fee will include bisque, color, instructions and firing. Class Theme Dapper Snowman Dapper Snowman Lovely Bouquet Lovely Bouquet

Date Jan 27 Jan 27 Feb 24 Feb 24

Time 1:00-4:00 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 1:00-4:00 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

Code 200210-A30 200210-A31 200210-A32 200210-A33

Deadline Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 21 Feb 21

Day: Wednesday Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $38 w/Resident ID: $32 Instructor: Kim Joslin Hahn Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

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 Day: Tuesday Time: 8:30-9:25 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $212 w/Resident ID: $141 Date: January 5-March 23 Instructor: Illinois Shotokan Karate Instructors, under the direction of John DiPasquale, Chief Instructor Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

Ages 18 years & up Get together with your friends this fall to play in the Men’s 8 on 8 flag football league. League is USFTL sanctioned. Take to the gridiron Sunday mornings this fall in a fun recreational league. Top teams receive cash prizes. For more detailed team information please call (630) 783-6509. A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to register. League: Recreational Day: Sunday Time: 8:00 am Location: Central Park Fee: $795 ($9 per out of district participant) Start Date: March 21 No Games: April 4 & May 30 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

210135-B01

WINTER/SPRING CO-REC VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE

Ages 18 years & up Both competitive and recreational leagues for volleyball players of all skill levels. Enjoy friendly competition, exercise and a night of socializing with your team. Each league will play a 12-game season and conclude with a single elimination playoff. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top teams. Registration in specific leagues do not guarantee final placement for league scheduling purposes. For more information, please contact (630) 783-6509. A $100 nonrefundable deposit is required to register. League Competitive Recreational

Code 210125-A10 210125-A11

Day: Thursday Time: 6:30-10:30 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $490 plus any additional non-resident fees ($12 per nonresident participant, capping at $72) Start Date: January 14 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

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. Day: Wednesday Time: 6:00-9:00 pm Date: Starts February 17 210310-A01 Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $65 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

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ADULTS

Racquetball / Wallyball

Health & Wellness

RACQUETBALL COURT RENTAL - $10/HR

GROUP EXERCISE PROGRAMS

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!

You can customize your workout schedule to fit your changing needs. Check out our current class schedule at www. bolingbrookparks.org or call us at (630) 783-6648 or email us at cpfau@bolingbrookparks.org. Our schedule is designed to provide a variety of safe, effective, fun group exercise classes led by our team of qualified instructors.

WALLYBALL GROUP RATE - $15/HR

Wallyball is a fast and fun volleyball-like team sport that is played on a racquetball court. Reservations can be made seasonally by calling (630) 783-6509 or visiting one of our Recreation Centers.

RACQUETBALL COURT 10-SWIPE PASS - $60

Log more court time for less with our Racquetball Pass. 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.

Please Note: Class sizes are limited based on the current recommendations by the CDC. Classes must be preregistered for individually online. Participants and instructors will follow proper social distancing guidelines during each class.

RESTORATIVE YOGA

Ages 18 years & up This offering is specially designed to address the needs of people undergoing treatment and gathering strength along with survivors and caregivers. The class will incorporate gentle yoga poses, meditation, breathing techniques, and other healing practices. This class will use supportive practice to create ease and comfort to the body as a result from disease and treatment. All props will be provided.

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Can occur during phase with some modifications

Cannot occur during phase

Can occur virtually during phase

Day: Monday Time: 9:30-10:30 am Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $83 251100-A50 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki


Bolingbrook’s home for fun, food and golf!

BoughtonRidgeGolf.com. 335 E. Boughton Rd. | A facility of the Bolingbrook Park District | w w w . b o u g h t o n r i d g e g o l f . c o m

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association SAFETY • FUN • TEAMWORK INCLUSION • INTEGRITY 10 Montrose Drive, Romeoville, IL • 815-407-1819 • www.nwcsra.org

ABOUT US

INCLUSION SERVICES

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association (NWCSRA) represents the partnership between Bolingbrook Park District, Lockport Township Park District, Plainfield Park District, the Village of Romeoville, Brookeridge Park District and Justice Park District.

Our partner districts work collaboratively with Northern Will

Our mission is to provide meaningful recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities that enhance their overall quality of life by creating a community that empowers, connects and provides limitless possibilities.

choice in the least restrictive environment. In order to secure the

County Special Recreation Association to provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability who wish to participate in a program through the park district. All individuals who meet program eligibility requirements should be provided the opportunity to participate in recreation programs of their appropriate level of support for a successful inclusion experience, a minimum of two weeks advance notice to the district hosting the program is requested. For additional questions regarding inclusion support you can contact the Accessibility Services

Join our mailing list: email msiebert@nwcsra.org Be sure to also “Like” us on Facebook!

Manager for NWCSRA at 815-407-1819 ext. 204. 45


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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.

For more information, give us a call at (630) 783-6530 or visit www.bolingbrookparks.org and click “Partner with Us” under the Trending tab to download our sponsorship and advertising program.


Bolingbrook Athletic Council

BAC B.A.C. President Dan Falese

(630) 768-6950 FaleseDJ@att.net

B.A.C. Vice-President Sean Malik mrlanevo@gmail.com Bolingbrook Youth Baseball League (BYBL) Chris Tamburrino, President (630) 688-3797 Bolingbrook Community Basketball (BCB) Jetaun Staley, President bcbbasketball@gmail.com Aaron Brown, B.A.C. Rep. (630) 699-1219 Mustangs Flag Football Angie Stanek, President Panthers Sports Club Sean Malik, President Steve Yuan, B.A.C. Rep. Bolingbrook Soccer Club (BSC) Andy NeuBauer , Executive Vice President Tee Ball Association Dawn Lamb, President & B.A.C. Rep. edkbalamb@comcast.net

(708) 707-1646

(815) 530-7379

(708) 212-6031

(708) 508-3995

Trojan Youth Athletic Association Cordell Smith, President bolingbrooktrojans@yahoo.com Bolingbrook Cricket League Mir Ali, President

(630) 862-6957

Bolingbrook Buccaneers Duane Bell, President

(773) 451-5191

Park District Representative Kai Wahlgren

(630) 783-6532

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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 1 DECEMBER 4

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 b olingb ro o k p ar ks .o rg . Your receipt, cancelled check or proof of ID may be required. Once approved, refunds will be sent 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, refunds will be sent 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 Bolingbrook resident households automatically receive their login and password to register online. If you have a resident household established and have not received your login information, please call (630) 783-6629. Non-residents 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. Non-residents 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. 48


REGISTRATION FORM Adult/Guardian (Please Print) First

PROGRAM & PELICAN PASS Date

Last

Address

City

Phone Home (

)

-

Cell (

Zip )

-

Email Address

Work (

)

-

I want to receive park district updates via email: q YES

q NO

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

PARTICIPANT’S/ PASS HOLDERS NAME

BIRTHDATE GENDER

FEE

PROGRAM NAME

$1

$5

$10

Other ($

DAY

TIME

TOTAL

Would you like to make a donation to the Bolingbrook Park District’s Financial Aid Program? q NO q YES - please select which amount:

q YES q NO

)

$

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. 49


FACILITY RENTAL INFORMATION

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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.

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.

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PARKS & OTHER INFORMATION

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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. This is in addition to the fees listed for the parks below. 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 Danhof 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.

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. 51


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

1

Bradford Park 490 Bradford Place

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

6.7

DuPage River Greenway from Royce Road to Indian Boundary Park

92.2

Erickson Park 398 W. Briarcliff Road

0.5

Freedom Park 1600 Park Place

4.3

Gateway Wetlands 680 Feathersound Drive

49.9

Heritage Park 702 Paxson Drive

5.6

Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm 475 Trout Farm Road

16

Indian Boundary Park 990 W. Boughton Road Indian Chase Meadows 525 Pheasant Chase Drive

62.4

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Ivanhoe Park 190 Falconridge Way

1

James S. Boan Woods 410 Schmidt Road

47.1 / 27

Jaycee Park 550 Lily Cache Lane

7.2

Johansen Farm Park 770 Hartford Lane

1.6

Knights of Columbus Park 190 Northridge Drive

18.4

Liberty Park 298 N. Orchard Drive

8

Lilac Park 1561 Clear Drive Lily Cache Greenway West of Orchard Drive along Lily Cache Creek

34.2

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Lily Cache Sports Fields 1387 Hassert Boulevard

191.2 15

Lily Cache Sports Fields-West Campus 1505 Trails End Lane

32.1

Lions Park 220 W. Briarcliff

5.4

Pathways Pond 220 N. Schmidt Road

3.6

Plimmer Park 401 Lily Cache Lane

10.5

Poplar Park 870 Poplar Lane

3.6

Prairie Trails 1370 Danhof Drive

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 Rotary Park 470 E. Briarcliff Road

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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

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