Page 1

W

!

the fun e r he is

EVENTS CALENDAR page 16

SUMMER CAMPS 1 page 23


Beautiful Smiles

for the Entire Family

$49 EXAM & CLEANING Includes regular cleaning and exam for adults and children. Adults regularly $199. Pediatric patients may include fluoride and 2-bite wing x-rays. Regularly $257. All other x-rays at additional cost. New patients only.

WWW.GROVEDENTAL.COM

Proud to named

Top s DenTisT by Chicago e. Magazin

FREE COSMETIC CONSULTATION Schedule an appointment with any of Grove’s general dentists for a no charge cosmetic consultation. Let this be your first step toward the smile of your dreams.

FREE ORTHODONTIC EXAM & EVALUATION Includes orthodontic exam and panoramic x-ray, treatment recommendations (including Invisalign), estimated treatment time and fees.

BOLINGBROOK

DOWNERS GROVE

630-759-8940

630-969-5350

160 E. Boughton Rd.

6800 Main St., Third Fl.

LOMBARD

2 E. 22nd St., Ste. 201

630-627-4680

WHEATON

55 East Loop Rd., Ste. 201

630-653-8899

Code: BBPD52

THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT THAT IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION OR TREATMENT. We reserve the right to cancel the promotions, discounts, free offers, and incentives without any prior notice or reason. Professional Dental Alliance of Illinois, Andrew Matta DMD.

GENERAL & PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY • ORAL SURGERY • ORTHODONTICS • ENDODONTICS • PERIODONTICS 2


Table of Contents

4

Referendum Update

5

Park District Timeline

16

Spring Events/Program Reminder & Summer Calendar

22

Save Money on Your Summer Membership to Pelican Harbor

23

Summer Camps

Board of Commissioners Elected by the public and responsible for setting policy

Title Secretary Commissioner Treasurer Vice President President

Name Denise Allen Dorothy Andrews Jerry Hix Melissa McCloud Sue Vastalo

Email dallen@bolingbrookparks.org dandrews@bolingbrookparks.org jhix@bolingbrookparks.org mmccloud@bolingbrookparks.org svastalo@bolingbrookparks.org 3


Letter from the Executive Director Hello Bolingbrook! We’re celebrating 50 years of “Where the fun is!” this year! We’ve come all the way from a single white house in 1970, to where we are today with 50 properties totaling over 1,000 acres of open space, two community centers, an indoor/outdoor aquatic park, two fitness centers, and a nature center that have been home to a countless number of fun programs and activities. We’ve had a blast bringing the first wave of projects as a result of the 2018 referendum. We hope you enjoyed the four brand-new playgrounds as much as we did in 2019. This year will be even more exciting. The plans are in the works to renovate the Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, with ground set to break this spring. We’re going to add new program rooms, family changing rooms, renovate the locker rooms at LifeStyles Fitness Center and Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park, and update the entrance to the facility. Along with the pathway connection project by Weber/Hassert Road, we’ll be installing FIVE new playgrounds at the following parks: Indian Chase Meadows (525 Phesant Chase Dr.) River Bend (1940 Danube Way) Central (201 Recreation Dr.) Indian Boundary (990 W. Boughton Rd.) Remington Lakes (811 W. Remington Blvd.) Over the next few pages, my pal Parkie will serve as your tour guide. He’ll show you just a fraction of the fun projects we’ve completed over the last ½ century. We sure have grown a lot! As always, I hope to see you out and about in our parks, at a program, swimming at Pelican Harbor, or enjoying a round of golf at Boughton Ridge Golf Course. Sincerely,

Ron Oestreich, Executive Director

4


1976

1974

therage Drdak Site for Dea ed ed. Construct Center acquir r. r labo with voluntee

Bolingbrook Athletic Co uncil (BAC) formed.

1972 1978 Follow me as we relive the journey!

Bolingbrook Health and Racquet Club opens.

Passed 2nd referendum to acquire more land! 5


1981

1980

Boughton

d Park District receives National Gol Medal Award as Best in Nation.

Ridge Gol f Course opens.

This is now known as Rocket Ice Arena!

1979 1982

Joliet-Bolingbrook Special Recreati on Association formed.

6

r opens first Aquatic Cente d States. Bolingbrook nite pool in the U indoor wave


This park will be getting a new playground this year!

1991

1991

cated Park rededi Cherrywood k. as Lions Par

Remington Lakes Park site donated to district by William Gahlberg Association ($198,700 grant).

1988

1992 + 1994

Hidden Lakes was acquire d with the aid of Corlands. Site wa s eventually purchased in 1990. ($299 ,500 grant)

.

all Trojan Footb Bolingbrook pions. National Cham 7


check me out in this picture! So young!

1994

1996

ns IL Indian Chase Meadows ear sources first Department of Natural Re sign Award. ever Outstanding Park De

1994

Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex opened.

1996

DuPage Rive r Greenway opened ($149,100 g rant). 8

Pelican Harbor Outdoor Aquatic Park opened.


This is the gymnastics gym!

1999

1999

y opened Greenwa e h c a C ). Lily 00 grant 0 , 0 0 2 $ (

Grand opening of remodeled and expanded Annerino Community Center.

1999

2000

d ay opene Greenw t). d E m o n C 00 gra ($400,0

Earned 2nd Nationa l Gold Medal Aw ard as Best in Nation. 9


2002 2003

s opened Sports Field Lily Cache er fields. ghted) socc li r ou (f x si with

Completed new buildin gs and ground s facility.

2004

2001

Pelican Harbor Outdoor Aquatic Park expanded with five new attractions.

10

Rededicated Indian Boundary Park, which included Bolingbrook’s first skate park.


2005 2005

Unveiled the innovative Bloomfield Oasis Playground.

2004

Pelican Harbor Ind oor Aquatic Park was renova ted with new attractions.

2008

orce and d Dancef e d r a w a h its IPRA oject wit . r P e c n a Award Power D Program g in d n a t s t Ou

Grand opening of Ashbury’s at Boughton Ridge, the new clubhouse at Boughton Ridge Golf Course.

11


2010

2011

Hidden Lakes Learning Center was raised and removed.

Received a $300,000 grant from Department Illinois of Natural R esources fo improvement r s to James S. Boan Woo ds.

We’re having a free Nature Fest event this year! Check out page 42!

2012

20

09

12

n Oaks ng of Hidde ni e op nd ra G er, a Platinum Nature Cent fied facility. LEED Certi

Received Frank Lloyd Wright Award from the American Institute of Architects for Hidden Oaks Nature Center unique design.


2015 2015

round pray Playg ted S is s a O Parkie’s s comple arbor, wa H 3rd. n a c li e on May 2 at P d e t a ic d e lly d and officia

2013

Lily Cache Spe cial Recreation Association (LC SRA) formed.

Lighted Cricke t Field installed at Indian Boundary Park Indian Boundary Park.

2016

rook niversary of Bolingb Celebrated 20th An les Sty fe Li , c Complex Recreation & Aquati y. da th bir s ie’ rk Pa Fitness Center &

13


2018 2019

Passed $14M referendum & installed new playground at Blackhawk Pond.

2017

Heritage, Jayc ee, Lily Cache Greenway, and Poplar Park playgrounds reno vated. This project includes a new playground, basketball and pickleball courts, and more!

202

0

Rotary Park Wipfler, Lions, and ated. nov re s nd rou playg

14

Awarded $400,000 grant towards Century Park improvements.


We’ve had a lot of help from all of you to get where we are today. It’s YOU that makes Bolingbrook Park District a special place to be and for that, we sincerely thank you. We’ve grown as Bolingbrook has grown. We thank you for getting us off the ground and moving in 1970, trusting us with your support in passing referendums, and through all the construction projects. We hope you have had as much fun as we’ve had providing you with opportunities to have fun with your family and friends. The best part is, we’re just getting started! The future is bright for Bolingbrook Park District and we look forward to seeing you over the next 50 years!

Stay tuned for the 50th Anniversary SUMMER PARKS CHALLENGE and the grand openings of 5 NEW PLAYGROUNDS! Brought to you by Andy’s Frozen Custard!

15


Where the fun is!

MARCH March 2 - Preschool Registration Opens March 14 - Leapin’ Leprechauns (ages 4-7 years) Learn about the legend of the leprechaun and then go on a hike and look for signs of spring! - 1:00-2:00 pm - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

March 16-21 - Platinum Week at LifeStyles Fitness Center Get all the benefits of our top tier membership for FREE! March 16 - Mrs. Dornberg’s Culinary Experience (adults)

A hands-on cooking class preparing and enjoying a spring-themed lunch. - 9:00 am-3:00 pm

March 20 - Glitzy Girlz: Spring Team Time Glam Night (ages 4-10 years)

Get pampered with a spring-style make over! - 6:00-7:15 pm - Annerino Community Center

March 21 - Cabin Fever Campfire (all ages) Enjoy a treat around the campfire, and a fun hike through the woods! - 1:00-2:00 pm - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

March 22- Swim Like a Mermaid Event (ages 5-14 years)

Swim in a mermaid tail and take pictures with a real mermaid! - 1:00-3:00 pm - Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park

March 24 - A Tribute to Lionel Richie (adults)

Travel to Starved Rock Lodge and hear all of the big hits! - 9:30 am-5:00 pm PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

16

March 24 - Early Bird Deadline for Spring Session 3 of Swim Lessons (ages 3 months-14 years) March 24 - Kathy’s Delicious Treats (Ages 6-14) Make Springtime Chocolate Nests. -5:00-6:30 pm -Annerino Community Center

APRIL April 1 - Fishing Permits on Sale / Bait Shop Opens - Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm

April 3 - Benefits of Stretching & Foam Rolling

(ages 12 years & up)

Dine & Learn with LifeStyles Fitness Center! - Noon-1:30 pm - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

April 3 - An Evening with Killer Queen (adults)

Listen to one of the best Queen cover bands! - 5:00-11:00 pm

For more information and registration details, please visit www.bolingbrookparks.org or refer to the 2020 Winter / Spring Guide.


Where the fun is! April 3 - Eco Tots (ages 18 mo-3 years w/adult)

Enjoy nature with your toddler. Read a story and make a craft. - 9:30-10:15 am - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

April 4 - Early Bird Deadline for Spring Session 4 of Swim Lessons (Ages 3 months-14 years)

April 7 - Kathy’s Delicious Treats (Ages 6-14) Make Dyed Springtime Eggs.

www.bolingbrookparks.org April 10 - Preschool Pajama Party (ages 2 ½-6 years) April Fools Fun! Drop your child off and enjoy an evening while they play and eat pizza! - 5:30-8:00 pm - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

- 9:30 am-6:00 pm

April 9 - Otis’ Flash Light Egg Hunt (ages 1-11 years)

- 6:00-7:15 pm - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

April 10 - Parkie’s Egg Hunt

(ages 0-12 years) - 9:00-9:30 am - Pelican Harbor Indoor Aquatic Park

(adults)

An adventure for 4-6 of your closest friends. Drive around and solve clues.

April 18 - Trout Fishing Derby

April 11 - Successful Vegetable Gardening (all ages) Learn from our experts on how to make your garden flourish - 11:00 am-Noon - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

- 5:00-6:30 pm - Annerino Community Center

April 8 - Dancing Horses of Delevan, WI (adults) Enjoy a dazzling spectacle of horses performing with their trainers.

April 18 - Road Rally Registration Deadline

April 15 - Growing Season Begins at Community Gardens Plots are available for purchase! - Hidden Oaks Conservation Area

April 17 - Meal Prep for the Seasons (adults) A live cooking experience! Enjoy healthy food with little preparation! - Noon-1:30 pm - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

- Noon-3:00 pm - Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm

April 18 - Tromping with Trolls

(all ages)

Find tiny homes, for tiny creatures throughout Hidden Oaks Conservation Area, then build a troll home! - 1:00-2:00 pm - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

April 19 - Reputation Raptor Life Coaching Workshop (ages 6-13 years)

Learn to build/protect your reputation in a fun way! - 11:00 am-Noon - Annerino Community Center

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Gymnastics, Cheer & Ninja Spring session begins the week of March 23 • Parent Tiny Tots • Parent/Tot Gymnastics • Preschool Tumbling • Preschool Gymnastics • Preschool Elites • Developmental Gymnastics • “More Bars” Class • Beginning Tumbling • Tumbling • Tumbling for Dancers & Cheerleaders • Bolingbrook Illusions Team • Cheerleading • Ninja (begins April 6) 17


Where the fun is! May 1 - Eco Tots

(ages 18 mo-3 years w/adult)

Enjoy nature with your toddler. Read a story and make a craft. - 9:30-10:15 am - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

May 5 - Kathy’s Delicious Treats (Ages 6-14) Make Cookie Flowers. - 5:00-6:30 pm - Annerino Community Center

May 7 - Operation Family Secrets Trip (adults)

Mob stories galore from Frank Calabrese, Jr! - 1:00-7:00 pm

May 8 - Preschool Pajama Party (ages 2 ½-6 years) Cartoon Carnival! Drop your child off and enjoy an evening while they play and eat pizza!

Early Childhood Spring session begins April 6 • Scissors in Springtime • Outdoor Art • Math & Me • Arts in Action

April 21 - Kathy’s Delicious Treats (Ages 6-14) Make Springtime Pretzel Bite Flowers. - 5:00-6:30 pm - Annerino Community Center

April 22-23 - Galena Wine Trip

(adults)

Good wine, food, and shopping! April 24-25 - DeStress with LifeStyles Fitness Center Free programs to take the stress out of your life! April 25 - Critter Tracks

• Earth Day, Every Day • Eating a Rainbow • After Dinner Art • Tot Rock • Kid Rock

April 26-May 1 - Week of the Young Child Free family events celebrating early learning, young children, teachers and families. April 29 - Ceramic Flower Pots

(ages 16 years & up)

Create a colorful flower pot of your own design! - 2:00 or 6:30 pm - Annerino Community Center

- 5:30-8:00 pm - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

May 9 - BPD’s Largest GRIT Class (ages 12 years & up) Try our toughest and most fun fitness class! - 8:15-10:15 am - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

May 16 - Catfish Fishing Derby - 3:00-6:00 pm - Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm

May 16 - School’s Almost Out for Summer Slime (ages 6-12 years)

Create slime in the concoction lab! - 1:30-2:30 pm - Annerino Community Center

April 30 - Pelican Pass Membership Early Bird Deadline Last day to save $25 per person on summer fun!

May 16 - May Dance Concert “A Night at the Museum”

MAY

May 17- May Dance Concert “A Night at the Museum”

- 2:00 & 6:00 pm - Bolingbrook High School

(all ages)

Discover who and what has been tracking through Hidden Oaks Conservation Area. - Noon-1:00 pm - Hidden Oaks Nature Center

18

May 1 - Summer Student Fitness Memberships Available

- 2:00 pm - Bolingbrook High School


Where the fun is! May 17 - Theatre Performance “When Bad Things Happen to Good Actors”

May 21 - Mother/Daughter: May Flowers Bling Boutique (Ages 4-10 years w/parent)

May 30 - Preschool Gymnastics Exhibition

- Annerino Community Center

Make beautiful flower-themed jewelry and design a wooden trinket box!

- 6:00 pm - Bolingbrook High School

- 6:00-7:15 pm - Annerino Community Center

May 19 - Kathy’s Delicious Treats (Ages 6-14 years) Make funny face cookies.

May 23 - Pelican Harbor Outdoor Aquatic Park Opening Day Fee: $5, w/Resident ID: $1

- 5:00-6:30 pm - Annerino Community Center

- Noon-6:00 pm PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

JUNE June 3 - Wednesday Walkers Begins Walk Hidden Oaks Conservation Area every Wednesday until October 30. - 8:00 am

June 3 - Summer Concert Series: Rhythm Giants - Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 7:30-9:00 pm

June 5 - Visit Your Local Park

- Winston Woods (200 Winston Dr.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

June 6 - BPD DanceForce Company Placement Auditions (ages 5 years & up)

Dancers that are interested in Performance or Competitive Team must attend. - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

June 10 - Summer Concert Series: Return2soul - Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 7:30-9:00 pm

June 12 - Visit Your Local Park

- Lilac Park (1561 Clear Dr.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

June 13 - Catfish Fishing Derby - 3:00-6:00 pm - Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm

June 17 - Summer Concert Series: Crawpuppies

Adults • • • • • •

Swim Lessons Stained Glass Workshop Karate Tennis Flag Football League Summer Softball Leagues (Men’s, Co-Rec, Over 40)

• • • • • • •

Co-Rec Volleyball League Restorative Yoga Strength Ballet Chicago Style Stepping Just Stretching Ballroom Dance Advanced Ballroom Dance

- Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 7:30-9:00 pm

June 19 - Visit Your Local Park

- Sunset Park (1500 Waterside Dr.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

19


Where the fun is! June 19 - Swimsuit Drive Donate your new or gently used aquatic gear: swimsuits, floaties, goggles, etc. - Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park

June 24 - Teen Night at Pelican Harbor (ages 12-16 years) - Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park

June 24 - Summer Concert Series: Dick Diamond and the Dusters - Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 7:30-9:00 pm

June 25 - Movie Nights: Pikachu

- Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 8:15 pm

June 26 - Visit Your Local Park

- Central Park (201 Recreation Dr.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

JULY July 1 - Summer Concert Series: Rick Lindy and the Wild Ones

- Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 7:30-9:00 pm

July 8 - Summer Concert Series: Rico!

- Village of Bolingbrook Performing Arts Center - 7:30-9:00 pm

July 9 - Movie Nights: Frozen 2

- AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Bolingbrook - 8:15 pm

July 10 - Visit Your Local Park

- Winston Woods (200 Winston Dr.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

July 11 - Parkie’s Pool Party - Pelican Harbor Indoor / Outdoor Aquatic Park - Noon-6:00 pm

Youth Spring session begins April 12 20

• Hocus Pocus • Checkmate Chess • Next Gen Artists • Let’s Build It - Chain Reactions • Group Piano Lessons • Arts in Action

July 17 - Visit Your Local Park

- Wipfler Park (549 Rockhurst Rd.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

July 17 - Meal Prep for the Seasons A live cooking experience! Enjoy healthy food with little preparation! - Noon-1:30 pm - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

July 24 - Visit Your Local Park

- Champions Park (1600 Firethorn) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

July 27 - Movie Nights: Aladdin 2019

- Bulldog Park / Fountaindale Public Library - 8:15 pm

July 31 - Visit Your Local Park

- Central Park (201 Recreation Dr.) - 10:00 am-12:30 pm

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED

• STEM Learn to Program • LEGO Engineering Academy • LEGO Robotics Academy • Science Made Fun • Little Geckos • Parent/Tot Monkey Climbers • Teen Climbing 101


Athletics

www.bolingbrookparks.org

Spring session begins April 6 • Martial Arts (Pre-Karate, Kids Kung Fu, Youth Karate, Parent/Child Karate, Modern Arnis Filipino Martial Arts) • Parkie’s Sunday Sports Academy • Adult/Tot Mini Kickers • Youth Basketball Skills • Youth Volleyball Skills • 3-on-3 Recreation Basketball • Youth Track & Field Clinic • Youth & Family Archery • Kids X-Treme Sports Conditioning • Quick Start Tennis • Beginner & Youth Tennis • Homeschool PE • Windy City Futsal

AUGUST August 7 - BPD DanceForce Company Placement Auditions (ages 5 years & up)

Dancers that are interested in Performance or Competitive Team must attend.

BUILDING A SAFE PLACE

- Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

August 13 - BPD Theatre Company Show - Bolingbrook High School - 6:00 pm

August 22 - Parkie’s 5K/10K & Kids Fun Dash (all ages)

Run, walk, or push a stroller! Make it a family event with a post race party! - 8:00-11:00 am - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

SEPTEMBER September 19 - Catfish Fishing Derby

- 3:00-6:00 pm - Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm

LCSRA SENSORY ROOM CAMPAIGN

To serve the growing need of having a safe space for children and adults to de-stress and regulate their emotions, Lily Cache Special Recreation Association (LCSRA) has set a goal of $75,000 for the construction of a sensory room at the Annerino Community Center in Bolingbrook. Help support us in the cause. Donations to the LCSRA Sensory Room Campaign can be made here: w w w. l c s ra s en s or yroomc a m pa i gn. o rg

September 26 - Fall Fest: An Explosion of Color - 3:00-7:00 pm - Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex

21


H S A L SP SH! CA ss

ER

MM U S o

le for

int

BIR

D

DL DEA

INE

0 3 L I R AP

PAS N A IC PEL

Upgrade to an

Annual Aquatic Membership for only

$10

/month for residents with valid ID

• Enjoy Pelican Harbor Year-Round • Membership Benefits Package = $95 Value

22

S E

Y ARL

Pelican Harbor

Summer Pool Pass

SAVE $25

PER PASS

IF YOU PURCHASE BEFORE APRIL 30 • Unlimited use of Indoor/Outdoor Pool for Summer Months only (May 23 -Sept 30)

A facility of Bolingbrook Park District | 200 South Lindsey Lane | 630.739.1777 b o l i n g b ro o k p a r ks . o rg


Welcome to Bolingbrook Park District Camps! Where the fun is this summer!

Bolingbrook Park District offers camps for every age, interest and ability. If you’re a returning camper, we’re happy to have you back! If you’re new to our camps, we hope you find something in the coming pages that will make your summer the most memorable one yet! Why Bolingbrook Park District camps? • Learn at one of our engineering/robotic/STEM camps • Explore at Hidden Oaks Nature Camp • Travel on our Field Trips at Camp Alotta Fun • Swim at Pelican Harbor • Friendships will be built at every camp • Variety of camps are offered, so you don’t have to do the same thing every week • Camps are safe and fun 23


Summer Camps... So many choices! CAMP

AGES

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

SWIM

Camp Alotta Fun

1st-8th grade

9:00 am-4:00 pm

M-F

ACC

Yes

Yes

26

Camp Alotta Fun

1st-8th grade

9:00 am-4:00 pm

M/W/F

ACC

Yes

Yes

26

Camp Alotta Fun Sunrise

1st-8th grade

7:00-9:00 am

M-F

ACC

No

No

26

Camp Alotta Fun Sunset

1st-8th grade

4:00-6:00 pm

M-F

ACC

No

No

26

Camp Alotta Fun Sunrise

1st-8th grade

7:00-9:00 am

M/W/F

ACC

No

No

26

Camp Alotta Fun Sunset

1st-8th grade

4:00-6:00 pm

M/W/F

ACC

No

No

26

No

No

28

TRIPS PAGE

Voyagers Nature Camp

6-7

9:00 am-3:00 pm

M-F

OAKS

Trekkers Nature Camp

8-10

9:00 am-3:00 pm

M-F

OAKS

No

No

28

Explorers Nature Camp

11-13

9:00 am-3:00 pm

M-F

OAKS

No

No

28

Nature 3-Day Camp

6-13

9:00 am-3:00 pm

TU-TH

OAKS

No

No

28

OAKS

No

No

29

Eco Sunrise Nature Camp

6-13

8:00-9:00 am

M-F or TU-TH

Eco Sunset Nature Camp

6-13

3:00-5:00 pm

M-F or TU-TH

OAKS

No

No

30

Parkie’s Harbor Heroes Camp

8-14

8:30 am-3:30 pm

M-F

PH

Yes

Yes

31

Camp Stepping Stones

3-6

9:15 am-12:45 pm

M-F

BRAC

No

Yes

32

Camp Stepping Stones

3-6

9:15 am-12:45 pm

TU-TH

BRAC

No

Yes

32

Next Gen Artists Camp

7-15

9:30-11:00 am

M-W

B&G

No

No

32

STEM Summer Camp

5-14

9:00 am-Noon

M-W

ACC

No

No

33

5 Star Soccer Camp

5-13

9:00 am-Noon

M-F

BRAC

No

No

34

NIKE Boys Basketball Camp

8-17

9:00 am-4:00 pm

M-TH

BRAC

No

No

35

Ultimate All-Day Summer Sports Camp: Half Day

7-13

9:00 am-12:30 pm

M-F

BRAC

Yes

Yes

36

Ultimate All-Day Summer Sports Camp: Full Day

7-13

9:00 am-4:00 pm

M-F

BRAC

Yes

Yes

36

Gold Medal Gymnastics Camp

6-13

Noon-3:00 pm

W-F

ACC

No

No

36

Lil Ninjas Summer Themed Camps

3.5-6

1:00-3:00 pm

W

ACC

No

No

37

Gymnastics New Skills Camp

6-13

1:00-3:00 pm

W

ACC

No

No

37

Pee Wee Olympics N’ Arts Camp

3-6

9:30-11:30 am

M/W

BRAC

No

No

38

Pee Wee Olympics N’ Arts Camp

3-6

9:30-11:30 am

TU/TH

BRAC

No

No

38 38

Pee Wee Soccer Camp

3-6

10:00-11:00 am

TH/TH

BRAC

No

No

Pee Wee Soccer Camp

3-6

9:00-10:00 am

M/W

BRAC

No

No

38

Lil’ Hoopsters Camp

3-6

11:00 am-Noon

TU/TH

BRAC

No

No

38

Lil’ Hoopsters Camp

3-6

10:00-11:00 am

M/W

BRAC

No

No

38

Super Sluggers T-Ball Camp

3-6

9:00-10:00 am

TU/TH

BRAC

No

No

38

Super Sluggers T-Ball Camp

3-6

11:00 am-Noon

M/W

BRAC

No

No

38

Basketball Offense & Defense

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

M

BRAC

No

No

39

Soccer Offense & Defense

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

F

BRAC

No

No

39

Total Basketball

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

M/W

BRAC

No

No

39

Total Soccer

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

TU/TH

BRAC

No

No

39

Basketball Skills

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

M

BRAC

No

No

40

Volleyball Skills

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

W

BRAC

No

No

40

Soccer & Futsal Skills

7-12

1:00-3:00 pm

F

BRAC

No

No

40

24


2020 Camp Alotta Fun Summer Day Camp Summer Day Camp is located at the Annerino Community Center (201 Recreation Dr.)

OUTDOOR AMENITIES: • Two playgrounds, with more in walking distance • Two pavilions with washrooms • T-ball and softball fields • Tennis courts • Basketball courts • Skate park • Acres of green space

INDOOR AMENITIES: • More rooms = more space for structured activities and protection against weather • Climbing Wall • Dedicated space for arts & crafts • Dedicated space available for camper down time and parent meetings • Use of BJ Ward Elementary School for extra gym

25


CAMP ALOTTA FUN

(Campers entering 1st Grade through 8th Grade) “Where every day is a fun day!” Camp Alotta fun will provide campers with the opportunity to participate in weekly themed activities that will include arts and crafts, group games, sports, music, nature, swimming, climbing wall and field trips. Campers will be placed in groups by grade and will participate in activities both individually within their group as well as whole camp activities. The 7th-8th grade campers will have additional mini-trips planned geared towards this age group. Several of our counselors are certified teachers or college students working toward degrees in education or recreation. Camp meets rain or shine. Campers should bring a sack lunch with a drink each day. Camper must be entering specified grade in the fall to participate in this program.

CAMP ALOTTA FUN

SUNRISE/SUNSET EXTENDED CAMP

Different activities will be structured depending on the number of participants and their energy level. Parents can register for Sunrise session (7:00-9:00 am), Sunset session (4:00-6:00 pm) or both. Participants must be enrolled in the day camp program to participate in this extended camp program.

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION No registrations will be accepted after noon the Friday before the session begins. A $5 discount for each additional child in the same family will be given upon registration. When registering for the M/W/F camp, please note that these are the only 3 days that campers may attend camp. Alternative scheduling cannot be accommodated. A $100 discount will be given for registering and paying up front for all 10 weeks of camp. A $150 discount will be given for each sibling in the same household being registered for all 10 weeks of camp. HOW TO REGISTER: 1. Choose M-F or M/W/F (and extended option) 2. Choose age level 3. Choose Camp Session (G-Code) 4. Match code – ex. 203124-G01 (weekly code goes here)

Calendars At the beginning of each session, you will receive a Day Camp calendar with an overview of the session’s activities. Please take time to read the calendar so that your child is prepared for the day’s activities.

Jr. Counselor Opportunity for teens entering 9th-12th Grade • Applications for the Jr. Counselor program are due the Monday prior to camp week desired. • All applicants must have one non-family character recommendation letter. • All applicants chosen for this program must pay a $50 registration fee. • Applications are available at the Annerino Community Center, Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex, or online at b o l i n g b r o o k p a r k s . o r g .

26


CAMP ALOTTA FUN (MONDAY-FRIDAY) Camp

Early Bird Fee w/Res ID

Fee w/Res ID

Code

Entering 1st Grade Entering 2nd Grade Entering 3rd Grade Entering 4th Grade Entering 5th Grade Entering 6th Grade Entering 7th or 8th Grade

$173/$115 $173/$115 $173/$115 $173/$115 $173/$115 $173/$115 $173/$115

$198/$140 $198/$140 $198/$140 $198/$140 $198/$140 $198/$140 $198/$140

203111-G__ 203112-G__ 203113-G__ 203114-G__ 203115-G__ 203116-G__ 203117-G__

Location: Annerino Community Center Day: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm

CAMP ALOTTA FUN (MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY) Camp

Early Bird Fee w/Res ID

Fee w/Res ID

Code

Entering 1st Grade Entering 2nd Grade Entering 3rd Grade Entering 4th Grade Entering 5th Grade Entering 6th Grade Entering 7th or 8th Grade

$119/$79 $119/$79 $119/$79 $119/$79 $119/$79 $119/$79 $119/$79

$144/$104 $144/$104 $144/$104 $144/$104 $144/$104 $144/$104 $144/$104

203121-G__ 203122-G__ 203123-G__ 203124-G__ 203125-G__ 203126-G__ 203127-G__

Location: Annerino Community Center Day: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Time: 9:00 am-4:00 pm

EXTENDED CAMP

Extended Camp Sunrise Sunset Sunrise Sunset

Day M-F M-F M/W/F M/W/F

Time 7:00-9:00 am 4:00-6:00 pm 7:00-9:00 am 4:00-6:00 pm

Fee w/Res ID $51/$34 $51/34 $36/$24 $36/$24

Code 203150-G__ 203151-G__ 203152-G__ 203153-G__

CAMP SESSIONS (G-Code) G-Code series G01 G02 G03 G04 G05 G06 G07 G08 G09 G10

Dates June 1-5 June 8-12 June 15-19 June 22-26 June-25-July 3 July 6-10 July 13-17 July 20-24 July 27-31 August 3-7

Early Bird Deadline May 25 June 3 June 8 June 15 June 22 June 29 July 6 July 13 July 20 July 27

No Camp: July 3 (camps will be discounted) G05 (June 29-July 3) Fees • M-F early bird rates $138/$92, regular rates $163/$117 • M/W/F early bird rates $79/$53, regular rates $104/$78 Key Contact: Kathy Hassert 27

No registration after noon on this date May 19 June 7 June 12 June 19 June 26** July 3 July 10 July 17 July 24 July 31

27


NATURE SUMMER CAMP VOYAGERS

(6-7 years),

TREKKERS

(8-10 years),

EXPLORERS

(11-13 years)

Spend summer outside at Hidden Oaks, each week will have a different theme that will include activities that revolve around that theme but also tried and true nature camp activities including hiking, crafts, games and discoveries. Campers are required to bring a lunch, snack and refillable water bottle daily.

Date

Early Bird Theme Deadline

Voyagers Code

Trekkers Code

Explorers Code

June 1-5 June 8-12 June 15-19 June 22-26 June 29-July 3 July 6-10 July 13-17 July 20-24 July 27-31 August 3-7

May 25 June 1 June 8 June 15 June 22 June 29 July 6 July 13 July 20 July 27

300210-G01 300210-G02 300210-G03 300210-G04 300210-G05 300210-G06 300210-G07 300210-G08 300210-G09 300210-G10

300211-G01 300211-G02 300211-G03 300211-G04 300211-G05 300211-G06 300211-G07 300211-G08 300211-G09 300211-G10

300212-G01 300212-G02 300212-G03 300212-G04 300212-G05 300212-G06 300212-G07 300212-G08 300212-G09 300212-G10

Go Green Insect Investigations S.T.E.M. Animal Adventures Dig into Dirt Paleo Quest Nature superheroes Wacky Water Animal Olympics Wilderness Survival

Day: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Fee: $202 w/Resident ID: $144 Early Bird Fee: $177 Early Bird Fee w/Resident ID: $119 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

NATURE 3-DAY CAMP

Interested in a shorter week of nature camp? Register for the 3 day camp which runs Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday each week. Sunset is also available for three days. Date June 2-4 June 9-11 June 16-18 June 23-25 June 30- July 2 July 7-9 July 14-16 July 21-23 July 28-30 August 4-6

Early Bird Deadline May 26 June 2 June 9 June 16 June 23 June 30 July 7 July 14 July 21 July 28

Theme

Voyagers Code Trekkers Code

Explorers Code

Go Green Insect Investigations S.T.E.M. Animal Adventures Dig into Dirt Paleo Quest Nature Superheroes Wacky Water Animal Olympics Wilderness Survival

300220-G01 300220-G02 300220-G03 300220-G04 300220-G05 300220-G06 300220-G07 300220-G08 300220-G09 300220-G10

300222-G01 300222-G02 300222-G03 300222-G04 300222-G05 300222-G06 300222-G07 300222-G08 300222-G09 300222-G10

300221-G01 300221-G02 300221-G03 300221-G04 300221-G05 300221-G06 300221-G07 300221-G08 300221-G09 300221-G10

Day: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Time: 9:00 am-3:00 pm Fee: $155 w/Resident: $119 Early Bird Fee: $130 Early Bird w/Resident: $94 Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver 28

28


Hidden Lakes ECO SUNRISE CAMP

Age 6-13 years Working or busy parents help is available. Your camper can enjoy activities before camp. Parents who enroll their campers in Sunrise camp have the option to drop off their child any time within the additional hour. Participants must be enrolled in an Eco-Camp to participate in extended care. Date June 1-5 June 2-4 June 8-12 June 9-11 June 15-19 June 16-18 June 22-26 June 23-25 June 29-July 3 June 30-July 2 July 6-10 July 7-9 July 13-17 July 14-16 July 20-24 July 21-23 July 27-31 July 28-30 August 3-7 August 4-6

Day M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH

Fee w/Res ID $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18 $35/$30 $21/$18

Code 300218-G01 300228-G01 300218-G02 300228-G02 300218-G03 300228-G03 300218-G04 300228-G04 300218-G05 300228-G05 300218-G06 300228-G06 300218-G07 300228-G07 300218-G08 300228-G08 300218-G09 300228-G09 300218-G10 300228-G10

Time: 8:00-9:00 am Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver 29


ECO SUNSET CAMP

Age 6-13 years Working or busy parents help is available. Your camper can enjoy extra activities after camp is over. Parents who enroll their campers in Sunset camp have the option to pick up their child any time within the additional hours. Participants must be enrolled in an Eco-Camp to participate in extended care.

Hidden OAKS NATURE CENTER Date June 1-5 June 2-4 June 8-12 June 9-11 June 15-19 June 16-18 June 22-26 June 23-25 June 29-July 3 June 30-July 2 July 6-10 July 7-9 July 13-17 July 14-16 July 20-24 July 21-23 July 27-31 July 28-30 August 3-7 August 4-6

Day M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH M-F TU-TH

Time: 3:00-5:00 pm Location: Hidden Oaks Nature Center Key Contact: Melinda Weaver

30

Fee w/Res ID $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36 $70/$60 $42/$36

Code 300219-G01 300229-G01 300219-G02 300229-G02 300219-G03 300229-G03 300219-G04 300229-G04 300219-G05 300229-G05 300219-G06 300229-G06 300219-G07 300229-G07 300219-G08 300229-G08 300219-G09 300229-G09 300219-G10 300229-G10


PARKIE’S HARBOR HEROES SUMMER CAMP

Ages 8-14 years Kid! Have you ever wondered what it is like to work at Pelican Harbor? Come find out first hand. Get a behind the scenes training of a lifeguard, build on swim skills with a daily swim lesson, and have fun at summer camp! Campers will go on a new Aqua-venture every Friday. Campers will need to bring a lunch each day of camp and a refillable water bottle. Campers are also required to bring a backpack containing a towel, swim suit, and sun screen. Campers can use the concession stand. This camp runs rain or shine. On Friday, camp will run until 4:00 pm to allow for travel time to and from the Aqua-ventures. A typical day for a Harbor Hero includes a swimming lesson from 8:30-9:10 am. After the lesson, the campers meet the counselor within the waterpark and participate in activities to learn lifeguard skills and techniques in preparation to compete in the IPRA Junior Lifeguard Games on July 9. That event runs into the evening hours. After the week of Lifeguard Games, campers learn about other operational aspects of Pelican Harbor. Date June1-5 June 8-12 June15-June 19 June 22-June 26 June 29-July 3 July 6-July 10 July 13-July 17 July 20-July 24 July 27-July 31 Aug 3-Aug 7

Code 250400-G01 250400-G02 250400-G03 250400-G04 250400-G05 250400-G05 250400-G06 250400-G07 250400-G08 250400-G09

Early Bird Deadline May 18 May 25 June 1 June 8 June 15 June 22 June 29 July 6 July 13 July 20

Day: Monday-Friday Time: 8:30 am-3:30 pm Fee: $227 w/Resident ID: $183 Early Bird Fee: $222 Early Bird Fee w/Resident ID: $178 Location: Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park Key Contact: Sarah Sielisch 31


CAMP STEPPING STONES

Ages 3-6 years Camp Stepping Stones is a great way to add structure to the summer. This program encourages development of math, science, art, and reading concepts through the use of outdoor exploration. Children will take a field trip to Parkie’s Oasis each week. Children should bring their lunch labeled with their name. Children must be toilet trained by the first day of class. Days

Fee w/Res ID

Code

M-F TU/W/TH

$210/$140 $126/$84

215101-G__ 215102-G__

CAMP SESSIONS G-Code

Date

G01 G02 G03 G04 G05 G06 G07 G08 G9

June 1-5 June 8-12 June 15-19 June 22-26 July 6-10 July 13-17 July 20-24 July 27-31 August 3-7

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Time: 9:15 am-12:45 pm Key Contact: Kathy Hassert

NEXT GEN ARTISTS CAMP

Ages 7-15 years Try different artistic styles, experiment with different media, and discover your talent! There is no right or wrong in practicing your sketching skills! Learn to appreciate art as a form of expression. No artistic experience is required. No need to invest in expensive supplies - a sketching pad, pencils and creativity is all you need! Child must be age specified by the first day of class.

Next Gen Artists Camp

Date June 22-24 July 20-22

Code 200314-G05 200314-G06

Deadline June 17 July 15

Day: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Time: 9:30-11:00 am Location: Buildings & Grounds Facility Fee: $59 w/Resident ID: $39 Key Contact: Christy Sorenson 32


STEM SUMMER CAMP

Ages 5-14 years Robotics, Engineering, and coding all in one! Students will learn a new STEM discipline including programing interactive stories, games and animations with MIT’s programming tools, building and programming LEGO robots, and building engineering models. Returning students will continue in their education in each of these unique fields of learning. Students should bring a snack each day of camp. Date June 8-10 July 13-15 August 3-5

Code 200322-G05 200322-G06 200322-G07

Deadline June 3 July 8 July 29

Day: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Time: 9:00 am-Noon Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $210 w/Resident ID: $140 Instructor: Chasewood Learning Key Contact: Christy Sorenson

STEM Summer Ca mp

Camp Carnival 33


Athletic Camps

5 STAR SOCCER CAMP Ages 5-13 years Welcome to a fresh, enthusiastic approach to teaching youth soccer! The quality of our staff is among the best around, building on fundamental technique, while creating an atmosphere that unlocks the game within each child. Our curriculum is designed for success, presenting the most current information in the game today, delivered in a positive, enjoyable environment for learning from remarkable coaches in youth soccer. Make your move to improve! Day: Monday-Friday Time: 9:00-Noon Location: Volunteer Park South Fee: $188 w/Resident ID: $125 200570-G01 Date: June 8-12 Instructor: Michael Wiggins & 5 Star Soccer Camp Staff Key Contact: Ryan Kertson 34


NIKE BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP

Ages 8-17 years Pro Level Training will provide a challenging week of scrimmages and innovative drills to help campers achieve their on and off-court basketball goals. Pro Level Training and Nike Basketball Camps mission is to provide players with the skills and mental approach they need to become a better and more explosive player. Emphasis is placed on fundamentals, footwork, balance and conditioning. Each participant receives a Nike Basketball, Camp T-shirt, workbook, wristband and more. Please bring a packed lunch and water bottle. Please note: Visit www.ussportscamp.com for registration, facility and full program details. Bolingbrook Park District is NOT handling registration for this camp; you must register with Nike US Sports Camps. Day: Monday-Thursday Time: 9:00-4:00 pm Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Fee: $275 Date: August 3-6 Key Contact: Chris Piasecki

s NIke Boy ll Camp a b t e k s a B

35


ULTIMATE ALL-DAY SUMMER SPORTS CAMP Ages 7-13 years Welcome to the ultimate sports camp! Campers will learn the basic skills and rules of various sports, playing different sports all summer! Campers will enjoy weekly sports-themed field trips (half-day campers attend full day on field trip days). Camp includes all equipment and campers will participate in drills and games. Campers bring a sack lunch, two snacks, and a water bottle each day. Week 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8

Date June 1-5 June 1-5 June 8-12 June 8-12 June 15-19 June 15-19 June 22-26 June 22-26 July 6-10 July 6-10 July 13-17 July 13-17 July 20-24 July 20-24 July 27-31 July 27-31

Full/Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day Half Day

Time 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm 9:00 am-4:00 pm 9:00 am-12:30 pm

Fee w/Res ID $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115 $248/$165 $173/$115

Code 200575-G01 200575-G02 200575-G03 200575-G04 200575-G05 200575-G06 200575-G07 200575-G08 200575-G09 200575-G10 200575-G11 200575-G12 200575-G13 200575-G14 200575-G15 200575-G16

Day: Monday-Friday Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Ryan Kertson

GOLD MEDAL GYMNASTICS SUMMER CAMP Ages 6-13 years This gymnastics camp is for all children who want to learn skills on vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor in a safe, fun and controlled atmosphere. We also incorporate some exciting games in between events along with a healthy snack to keep their energy level up. Whether this is your first class or you want to sharpen your skills, this is the camp for you! Day: Wednesday-Friday Time: 12:00-3:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $99 211102-G01 w/Resident ID: $66 Date: June 10-12 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

36


LIL NINJAS SUMMER THEMED CAMPS Ages 3.5 to 6 years You are invited to journey thru our Ninja Exploration from the Amazing Amazon to Smores at our Ninja Camp, Ninja Nick playing Santa and exploration under our Ninja Ocean! Your child will run our Ninja obstacle courses, travel our beams like a bear or a snake and swing to their delight on the bars. We ask that each camper brings their own snack; we will provide a drink. High energy Ninja themed games will power up your Ninja’s spirit’s to conclude our camp. Date June 24 July 8 July 22 August 5

Theme Amazing Amazon Adventures A Camping We Will Go-Join us for “Smore” Fun Christmas Eve in July-Gifts Galore! Under the Sea-An Ocean Full of FUN!

Code 211103-G01 211103-G02 211103-G03 211103-G04

Day: Wednesday Times: 1:00-3:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $30 w/Resident ID: $20 Instructor: Ninja Staff Key Contact: Laney Haupert

GYMNASTICS NEW SKILLS CAMPS Ages 6-13 years This is a one day skills camp for that eager gymnast who is working towards a goal of moving to the next level in our program. Bring your energy and share your dreams and goals with us. We will work as a team to get you where you want to be! A healthy snack and a few team building games will be sprinkled throughout the day. Don’t wait, these camps are sure to fill up quickly! Date June 17 July 1 July 15 July 29

Code 211102-G02 211102-G03 211102-G04 211102-G05

Day: Wednesday Times: 1:00-3:00 pm Location: Annerino Community Center Fee: $33 w/Resident ID: $22 Key Contact: Laney Haupert

37


Early Childhood (Ages 3-6 years)

PEE WEE OLYMPICS N’ ARTS CAMP Practice running, jumping, kicking, throwing and balancing as you play the Olympic sports of soccer, basketball, volleyball (using beach balls), track & field, and more! Participate in a Mini Olympics Games tournament. Various arts will be explored such as storytelling, drawing, drama games, and crafts. Bring a water bottle and nut free snack each day of camp.

Super Sluggers T-Ball Camp

PEE WEE SOCCER CAMP

Learn the basics of passing, dribbling, shooting and defense in this exciting soccer camp. Children will have the opportunity to focus on fundamental skill instruction in a relaxed setting. Teamwork and sportsmanship will be emphasized through fun games, competitions and challenging skill-building activities that will captivate and enlighten your young players. Bring a water bottle.

LIL’ HOOPSTERS CAMP All of you Bulls fans that want to learn the game of basketball should check out this camp. An introduction to basketball, this camp offers simple drills to teach players the rules of the game, ball handling, passing and defense. Games will be played to help participants learn teamwork and sportsmanship. Bring a water bottle.

SUPER SLUGGERS T-BALL CAMP Learn the baseball/softball fundamentals of batting, base running, catching and throwing from an experienced staff of sports lovers and teachers. Using safe and developmentally appropriate equipment, core components of t-ball are learned through a series of fun games and activities designed to reinforce fundamental skills and incorporate game situations. Bring your mitt and water bottle. Camp Pee Wee Olympics N’ Arts Pee Wee Olympics N’ Arts Pee Wee Soccer Pee Wee Soccer Lil’ Hoopsters Lil’ Hoopsters Super Sluggers T-Ball Super Sluggers T-Ball

Age 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6

Day M/W TU/TH TU/TH M/W TU/TH M/W TU/TH M/W

Date Jun 1-24 Jul 7-30 Jun 2-25 Jul 6-29 Jun 2-25 Jul 6-29 Jun 2-25 Jul 6-29

Time 9:30-11:30 am 9:30-11:30 am 10:00-11:00 am 9:00-10:00 am 11:00 am-Noon 10:00-11:00 am 9:00-10:00 am 11:00 am-Noon

Location: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex Key Contact: Ryan Kertson 38

Fee w/Res ID $162/$108 $162/$108 $81/$54 $81/$54 $81/$54 $81/$54 $81/$54 $81/$54

Code 200528-G01 200528-G02 200528-G11 200528-G12 200528-G06 200528-G07 200528-G16 200528-G17


Youth (Ages 7-12 years)

BASKETBALL OFFENSE & DEFENSE CAMP Develop fundamental offensive skills including footwork, ball handling, passing, setting screens, and shooting. Defensive concepts such as stance work, man-to-man, zone, boxing out, and rebounding will also be introduced. Player instincts and quickness are enhanced through individual ball work, team situational drills and various game situations. Players improve their fundamental skills, knowledge of the game, and understanding of how to become a better basketball player individually and as a team. Bring a water bottle.

TENNIS SKILLS CAMP This camp offers effective instruction to give participants the opportunity to fine tune their tennis skills in a fun, positive atmosphere. Young players will concentrate on racket face control, stroke development, ball bounce judgment and placement, receiving skills and other essential tennis techniques as well as develop the agility, speed, and coordination needed for effective tennis play. Equipment will be provided. Bring a water bottle.

SOCCER OFFENSE & DEFENSE CAMP Focus on strengthening and improving fundamental abilities in the areas of dribbling, passing, quick feet development, shooting, and ball mastery on the ground and out of the air as well as expanding on tactical knowledge of the game of soccer through drills and scrimmages. Instruction in defensive techniques will focus on proper stance, blocking shots, tackling the ball, goalie work, clearing and more. This camp is a great opportunity to bring your game to the next level!

TOTAL BASKETBALL CAMP Focus on individual skill sets on offense and defense, understanding offensive and defensive play within a team concept, and learning proper conditioning for speed, strength, and jumping ability. Players get skill instruction in ball handling, shooting, passing, footwork, off-ball movement, rebounding, transition offense/defense and team defense to help them become more valuable to their team next season. Drill repetitions and playing time in games enhance the skills learned to create a complete player. Bring a water bottle.

TOTAL SOCCER CAMP Become more confident with the ball, make decisions in a split second and just be a better all around soccer player? Then, this camp is for you. Technical development focuses on skills like dribbling, ball control, turning, passing, blocking shots, goal side positioning, receiving and shooting. Tactical development focuses on the principles of attacking and defending, positional play and field/vision awareness. Players will gradually learn more complex skills through drills and game play. Bring a water bottle.

39


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

Soccer & Futs al Skills Camp

VOLLEYBALL SKILLS CAMP

Build skills and knowledge of passing, serving, defense, setting, blocking and hitting. Players will also work on technique, set location, play sets, footwork and overall knowledge of the game. They will learn offensive and defensive systems through team drills and game play aimed at developing the whole player as well as learning teamwork and sportsmanship. Bring a water bottle.

SOCCER & FUTSAL SKILLS CAMP Have fun playing futsal while at the same time improving your soccer skills! This camp focuses on futsal, a small-sided game that is great for developing the fast footwork techniques used in outdoor soccer. Traditional soccer drills such as dribbling, passing, shooting and defense will also be covered. Games will be played to enhance the skills that are being taught. Bring a water bottle.

Camp Basketball Offense & Defense Soccer Offense & Defense Total Basketball Total Soccer Basketball Skills Volleyball Skills Soccer & Futsal Skills

Time: 1:00-3:00 pm Fee: $81 w/Resident ID: $54 Key Contact: Ryan Kertson 40

Age 7-12 7-12 7-12 7-12 7-12 7-12 7-12

Day M F M/W TU/TH M W F

Date Jul 6-27 Jun 5-26 Aug 3-12 Aug 4-13 Jun 1-22 Jul 8-29 Jul 10-31

Location BRAC BRAC & Volunteer Park BRAC BRAC & Volunteer Park BRAC BRAC BRAC & Volunteer Park

Code 200529-G25 200529-G30 200529-G35 200529-G40 200529-G06 200529-G16 200529-G20


NO INITIATION FEE MEMBERSHIPS AS LOW AS $22 / MONTH

TWO GREAT LOCATIONS: Bolingbrook Recreation & Aquatic Complex - 200 S. Lindsey Ln. | Annerino Community Center - 201 Recreation Dr.

INDUSTRY LEADING GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES

WHY CHOOSE US ?

CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINING STAFF

CLEAN & MODERN AMENITIES & EQUIPMENT

Fitness is more than burning calories and building muscle. It’s the physical results and sense of wellness that comes from being with friends, improving your health and living a complete life. We’re more than a fitness center. We’re a partner in a journey to your better self. We like to have fun alongthe way - jump into one of our many events and themed monthly contests and prizes designed to give back to our members. Friendly, accommodating staff, excellent group exercise that includes aqua fitness options are what make LifeStyles your community fitness center - all at affordable membership rates!

BOLINGBROOKPARKS.ORG

41


Discover nature with your family for FREE at

Nature Fest

Hidden Oaks Nature Center

Saturday, June 20 10:00 am-2:00 pm

42


Snore

& Explore

Overnights at Hidden Oaks We encourage groups to spend the night with us! You get the center to yourselves to eat pizza, watch a movie, do a nature-themed activity, roast s’mores by the campfire and bond with your group overnight. This program is open to families, groups, scouts, kids, adults, and basically anyone that wants “camp” on a level that’s comfortable to them.

Group Outings at Hidden Oaks! We offer specialized programming various types of groups, including: • Special Population • Schools: Daycare, Preschool, Homeschool, Day Camps • Senior living: Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living In our programs, you can learn all about: • Bees & Butterflies • Bugs • Seeds • Trees • Birds • Snowflakes • Reptiles • Fishing • Dinosaurs • Gardening & more!

Hidden Oaks Conservation Area . 419 Trout Farm Road . 630.739.2600 A facility of Bolingbrook Park District . bolingbrookparks.org

43

Profile for Bolingbrook Park District

2020 Bolingbrook Park District Spring Reminder/Summer Preview  

2020 Bolingbrook Park District Spring Reminder/Summer Preview  

Profile for bpd6
Advertisement